Mediators of Inflammation / 2017 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Gene Expression, Oxidative Stress, and Senescence of Primary Coronary Endothelial Cells Exposed to Postprandial Serum of Healthy Adult and Elderly Volunteers after Oven-Cooked Meat Meals

Table 1

Changes in the serum glucose, total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, triglyceride levels, and lipemic index after 4 h from the meat meal consumption. Data represent mean ± SEM.

FSCMSRMSPMS
AdultElderlyAdultElderlyAdultElderlyAdultElderly

Glucose (mg/dl)91 ± 997 ± 987 ± 1478 ± 587 ± 883 ± 590 ± 1285 ± 3
Lipemic index (mg/dl)12 ± 510 ± 244 ± 1745 ± 1550 ± 2074 ± 4398 ± 49154 ± 64
Triglycerides (mg/dl)86 ± 2582 ± 29158 ± 27165 ± 19167 ± 29170 ± 39185 ± 63215 ± 47
HDL cholesterol (mg/dl)59 ± 1468 ± 1555 ± 1160 ± 1350 ± 1164 ± 753 ± 1062 ± 7
LDL cholesterol (mg/dl)133 ± 31106 ± 26126 ± 36105 ± 29112 ± 3287 ± 17117 ± 2584 ± 17
Total cholesterol (mg/dl)204 ± 33190 ± 27199 ± 43189 ± 22176 ± 43176 ± 13196 ± 29188 ± 16

versus the respective FS; versus the respective FS; versus elderly group. FS: fasting serum; CMS: chicken meal serum; RMS: rabbit meal serum; PMS: pork meat serum.

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