Inhibitory Effects of Several Spices on Inflammation Caused by Advanced Glycation Endproducts

@article{Ho2012InhibitoryEO,
  title={Inhibitory Effects of Several Spices on Inflammation Caused by Advanced Glycation Endproducts},
  author={Su-Chen Ho and Pei-Wen Chang},
  journal={American Journal of Plant Sciences},
  year={2012},
  volume={3},
  pages={995-1002}
}
Advanced glycation endproducts (AGEs) is implicated in the pathogenesis of diabetic complications. Inhibiting the formation of AGEs and interfering with AGEs-mediated inflammation are two practicable strategies for developing a dietary adjuvant against diabetic complications. This study evaluated the protective capacities against diabetic complications of several spices based on their inhibition of the formation of AGEs in an in vitro BSA/glucose system and on the AGEs-induced production of… Expand
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