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From: Activation of transsulfuration pathway by salvianolic acid a treatment: a homocysteine-lowering approach with beneficial effects on redox homeostasis in high-fat diet-induced hyperlipidemic rats

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Effects of Sal A on the concentrations of GSH and its relevant metabolites. GSH concentrations (A) and its correlation with CBS activity (B) in the liver of normal rats (control) and hyperlipidemic rats after 4-week Sal A treatment (1 mg/kg/day, ip). Concentrations of GSH precursor cysteine (C), GSH synthetic capacity (D) as well as concentrations of GSH extracellular metabolite Cys-Gly (E) in the liver of normal rats (control) and hyperlipidemic rats after 4-week Sal A treatment (1 mg/kg/day, ip). Bars represent means ± SEM, n = 6. *p < 0.05 (vs. control group). **p < 0.01 (vs. control group). ***p < 0.001 (vs. control group). #p < 0.05 (vs. hyperlipidemia group). ##p < 0.01 (vs. hyperlipidemia group). ###p < 0.001 (vs. hyperlipidemia group).

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