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Table 4 Effect of rutin (RT) and/or ascorbic acid (AA) on plasma level of creatinine in high-cholesterol diet (HCD) fed rats following 6 weeks of supplementation

From: Gender difference following high cholesterol diet induced renal injury and the protective role of rutin and ascorbic acid combination in Wistar albino rats

Treatment (in rat chow) Creatinine (μmol/l)
  Male Female
Control 51.94 ± 12.59 35.59 ± 9.71
RT (0.2%) 49.76 ± 6.94 32.91 ± 14.13
AA (0.4%) 51.21 ± 4.52 35.21 ± 12.03
RT (0.1%) + AA (0.2%) 55.21 ± 2.98 44.77 ± 14.21
HCD (1% cholesterol + 0.5% cholic acid) 43.95 ± 6.53 36.35 ± 13.88
RT (0.2%) + HCD 54.12 ± 9.29 47.07 ± 16.54
AA (0.4%) + HCD 55.93 ± 20.93 42.10 ± 11.40
RT (0.1%) + AA (0.2%) + HCD 53.39 ± 12.84 37.12 ± 9.79
  1. Data were expressed as Mean ± S.D and analyzed using one-way ANOVA followed by Student Newman-Keuls method as post hoc test. Six rats were used in each group