Journal of Ophthalmology / 2016 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Propolis, a Constituent of Honey, Inhibits the Development of Sugar Cataracts and High-Glucose-Induced Reactive Oxygen Species in Rat Lenses

Table 1

Effect of water soluble propolis treatment on body weight in rats with galactose-feeding.

Groups0 W (g)3 W (g)

C + H0.6107.800 ± 11.432200.400 ± 4.159
G15 + H0.6102.800 ± 10.208196.200 ± 10.803
G15 + P0.1109.600 ± 6.878199.200 ± 10.450
G15 + P0.6114.600 ± 9.290192.200 ± 10.085
G25 + H0.6106.800 ± 6.340192.600 ± 8.264
G25 + P0.1104.400 ± 5.727188.800 ± 5.762
G25 + P0.6110.400 ± 9.762189.400 ± 6.804

All results are expressed as the means ± standard deviations.
C, control diet; G15, diet containing 15% galactose; G25, diet containing 25% galactose; H0.6, administration of 0.6 g/kg/day honey; P0.1, administration of 0.1 g/kg/day propolis; P0.6, administration of 0.6 g/kg/day propolis. .

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