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Research Article

Tualang Honey Attenuates Noise Stress-Induced Memory Deficits in Aged Rats

Table 3

Effects of stress and honey treatment on the number of Nissl-positive cells in mPFC and hippocampal regions.

No stressNo stress + honeyStressStress + honey

mPFC/0.04 mm214.43 ± 0.7520.07 ± 1.8814.13 ± 0.7618.63 ± 0.45
CA1 region/0.01 mm224.44 ± 1.0631.11 ± 4.7827.22 ± 1.1327.78 ± 2.13
CA2 region/0.01 mm223.56 ± 2.4733.89 ± 4.6419.33 ± 2.6024.89 ± 4.13
CA3 region/0.01 mm210.22 ± 1.2817.22 ± 1.6414.56 ± 0.8015.56 ± 1.44
DG region/0.01 mm234.56 ± 3.8038.22 ± 3.6133.22 ± 2.1539.11 ± 2.21

The values are expressed as mean ± SEM. Significant main effects of loud noise stress (). Significant main effects of honey treatment (; ). Significant difference between no stress and stress control (). Significant difference between stress control and stress treated with honey ().

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