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Table 9 Influence of the incorporation fat Irvingia gabonensis on some toxicology parameter for male and female rats

From: Irvingia gabonensis fat: nutritional properties and effect of increasing amounts on the growth and lipid metabolism of young rats wistar sp

Diets ALT (U/L) AST (U/L) Serum protein (mg/ml) Hepatic protein (mg/g)
Male (n = 5)
IG0 16.36 ± 8.83 26.81 ± 8.02 134.18 ± 18.17 123.04 ± 6.84
IG1 17.98 ± 4.36a 21.81 ± 0.51a 82.03 ± 11.12a** 255.70 ± 11.32a**
IG2 14.44 ± 3.35a 17.97 ± 3.35a 128.10 ± 21.15b 238.99 ± 8.51a**
IG3 16.29 ± 4.16a 33.29 ± 17.24a 100.25 ± 9.23a,b* 138.23 ± 11.55b
Female (n = 5)
IG0 10.02 ± 5.89 109.62 ± 43.91 97.72 ± 17.77 333.16 ± 21.08
IG1 22.10 ± 10.04a 22.68 ± 12.07a* 117.47 ± 16.85a 293.67 ± 15.50a*
IG2 7.37 ± 1.02a 44.79 ± 34.29a* 113.92 ± 10.89a 174.69 ± 14.09a**
IG3 15.32 ± 3.68a 38.83 ± 6.27a* 141.77 ± 19.53a** 206.58 ± 19.49b**
  1. AST, aspartate aminotransferase, ALT, alanine aminotransferase
  2. In the columns, the values affected of the same letter are not significantly different (P > 0.05) and the value with different letter are significantly different (P < 0.05). (Bonferroni between treated animals).
  3. * Significantly different from fat control in the same sex (P < 0.05). (Dunnett's)
  4. **significantly different from fat control in the same sex (p < 0.01). (Dunnett's)