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Table 2 Uric acid-lowering effects of intragastric chicory in the hyperuricemic rats (n = 16, μmol/L)

From: Cichorium intybus L. promotes intestinal uric acid excretion by modulating ABCG2 in experimental hyperuricemia

Groups 0d 10d 20d 30d 40d
CON 51.47 ± 21.30 66.44 ± 26.12 76.22 ± 22.57 133.80 ± 33.23 74.10 ± 24.41
MOD 56.72 ± 28.76 87.63 ± 27.34* 98.07 ± 22.23** 177.08 ± 44.99** 95.80 ± 18.01**
BEN 50.56 ± 26.81 74.66 ± 35.29 75.64 ± 14.69## 147.11 ± 30.84# 82.60 ± 19.76
CHI-H 50.33 ± 21.91 52.40 ± 16.77## 66.17 ± 21.09## 145.61 ± 36.58# 73.82 ± 35.90#
CHI-M 53.08 ± 25.51 55.90 ± 29.62## 68.82 ± 16.84## 112.52 ± 45.48## 83.07 ± 41.07
CHI-L 50.22 ± 21.67 70.05 ± 32.18 65.09 ± 28.36## 155.27 ± 44.47 98.11 ± 9.46
  1. Note:* P < 0.05, ** P < 0.01 vs. the CON group; # P < 0.05, ## P < 0.01 vs. the MOD group. Means with different superscript lowercase letters in the same column are significantly different