Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity / 2019 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

The Impact of High-Fat Diet on Mitochondrial Function, Free Radical Production, and Nitrosative Stress in the Salivary Glands of Wistar Rats

Table 1

General characteristics of rats.


Final body weight (g)<0.0004
BMI (g/cm2)<0.002
Fasting glucose (mg/dL)<0.0001
Fasting insulin (μU/mL)<0.0001
HOMA-IR index<0.0001
Plasma FFA (μmol/L)<0.0001
Food consumption (g/day)<0.04
Energy intake (kJ/day)<0.0006
Parotid gland weight (mg)<0.03
Submandibular gland weight (g)ns
NWS (μL/min)ns
SWS (μL/min)<0.0004
Parotid gland total protein (μg/mL)<0.0006
Submandibular gland total protein (μg/mL)<0.003

C: control group; HFD: high-fat diet group; BMI: body mass index; HOMA-IR: homeostasis model assessment of insulin resistance; FFA: free fatty acids; NWS: nonstimulated salivary flow; SWS: stimulated salivary flow.

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