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Fig. 1 | Nutrition & Metabolism

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From: Dietary canolol protects the heart against the deleterious effects induced by the association of rapeseed oil, vitamin E and coenzyme Q10 in the context of a high-fat diet

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Influence of the different diets on myocardial mRNA levels for angiotensin 2 (panel a), angiotensin 2 receptor-1a (Ag2R-1a, panel b) and angiotensin 2 receptor-1b (Ag2R-1a, panel c). Figures are averages of 12 rats per group. C: rats fed the control diet; PS: rats fed with the high-fat diet rich in saturated and monounsaturated fatty acids; R: rats fed the high-fat diet rich in rapeseed oil; RTC: rats fed with the same diet as R, but enriched with vitamin E and CoQ10; RTCC: rats fed the same diet as RTC, but enriched with canolol; a,b: In a given panel, histograms without a common letter are significantly different

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