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Table 1 Effect of AA on fasting blood glucose level of T2D rats

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Groups Fasting blood glucose level (mg dl −1 ) in days
0 1 3 7 14 21 28
Gr I 76.48 ± 3.74 76.04 ± 4.08 76.21 ± 3.99 75.84 ± 3.62 75.63 ± 2.63 77.22 ± 2.87 76.43 ± 3.12
Gr II 171.90 ± 6.99# 172.28 ± 6.91# 177.44 ± 7.45 180.77 ± 6.82# 184.13 ± 7.26# 187.15 ± 6.15# 190.47 ± 6.03#
Gr III 170.63 ± 9.02# 168.08 ± 8.76# 146.33 ± 9.77* 142.64 ± 9.38** 138.88 ± 4.08** 133.27 ± 3.04** 129.10 ± 3.39**
Gr IV 173.22 ± 5.46# 165.67 ± 7.39# 142.40 ± 5.64** 136.08 ± 6.56** 126.64 ± 4.82** 121.47 ± 5.27** 113.39 ± 4.70**
Gr V 175.32 ± 7.94# 168.88 ± 8.85# 138.84 ± 5.59** 125.71 ± 5.75** 113.16 ± 4.49** 108.45 ± 3.73** 98.40 ± 2.83**
  1. Data were expressed as mean ± SE (n = 6). # p < 0.01 compared with normal control group. *p < 0.05 compared with diabetic control group.
  2. **p < 0.01 compared with diabetic control group. Gr I: Normal; Gr I: Normal; Gr II: T2D control, Gr III: T2D + AA (100 mg/kg, p.o.); Gr IV: T2D + AA (200 mg/kg, p.o.); Gr V: T2D + glibenclamide (1 mg/kg, p.o.).