Herbal Anti-Hyperglycemic Compound Increases Expression of Glucose Transporter Molecules in Diabetic Rats

@article{Jafri2019HerbalAC,
  title={Herbal Anti-Hyperglycemic Compound Increases Expression of Glucose Transporter Molecules in Diabetic Rats},
  author={Aiman Abbas Jafri and Suman Bala Sharma and Nikhil Khurana and Mehndiratta M and Usha Singh and Kalpana Luthra},
  journal={Journal of Diabetes \& Metabolism},
  year={2019}
}
Background: In previous studies, Sharma et al. has already isolated an anti-hyperglycemic compound from the fruit pulp of Eugenia jambolana using HPLC and other chromatographic techniques. However, the effect of antihyperglycemic compound (FIIc) on the expression of Glucose transporters and Kv 1.3 potassium channel in Streptozotocin-Nicotinamide induced diabetic rats has not been studied so far. Objective: To study the effect of HPLC purified herbal anti-hyperglycemic compound (FIIc) on the… 

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