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Abstract Title:

Hepatoprotective standardized EtOH-water extract of the leaves of Ziziphus jujuba.

Abstract Source:

Food Funct. 2017 Feb 22 ;8(2):816-822. PMID: 28124048

Abstract Author(s):

Lu Bai, Xueqin Cui, Ni Cheng, Wei Cao, Yong Wu, Sen Guo, Li Zhang, Chi-Tang Ho, Naisheng Bai

Article Affiliation:

Lu Bai

Abstract:

The hepatoprotective activity of the EtOH-water extract of Ziziphus jujuba leaves was evaluated against CCl4-induced hepatic damage in mice. The EtOH-water extract significantly alleviated liver damage as indicated by the decreased levels of serum ALT and AST and the decreased MDA content, the increased levels of SOD, GSH and GSH-Px, and the reduced pathological tissue injury induced by CCl4. A quantitative analysis of fifteen major constituents (1-15) of the EtOH-water extract of the leaves of Z. jujuba was conducted by HPLC-DAD. Based on our research results, it can be concluded that the EtOH-water extract of the leaves of Z. jujuba is efficacious for prevention and treatment of CCl4-induced hepatic injury in mice. Flavonoids might be the active ingredients responsible for the biological and pharmacological activities towards hepatoprotection.

Study Type : Animal Study

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