Journal of Diabetes Research / 2019 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

Hyperbaric Normoxia Improved Glucose Metabolism and Decreased Inflammation in Obese Diabetic Rat

Figure 1

Glucose tolerance, insulin sensitivity, and metabolic properties. Glucose levels (a) and insulin levels (b) during OGTT, time course of body weight changes (c), values for the diabetes group (d–f), fasting plasma TAG levels (g), and FFA levels (h). Control: nontreated control group; Control HB: control treated with the hyperbaric normoxia group; Diabetes: nontreated diabetes group; Diabetes HB: diabetes treated with the hyperbaric normoxia group. The Diabetes group was further divided into the Diabetes obesity and Diabetes lean subgroups. Time zero: fasting. Values are . ,†,‡Significantly different from the Control, Control HB, and Diabetes groups, , respectively. #Significantly different from the Diabetes obesity and Diabetes lean subgroups, .
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