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Pancreatic BCell Protective Effect of Rutin and Ap igenin Isolated from Teucrium Polium

@inproceedings{Esmaeili2009PancreaticBP,
  title={Pancreatic BCell Protective Effect of Rutin and Ap igenin Isolated from Teucrium Polium},
  author={Mohammad Ali Esmaeili and Heibatollah Sadeghi},
  year={2009}
}
Summary Teucrium polium (Lamiaceae) is used both as a food to prevent health and as a drug to treat hyperglycemia in Iran. In this study, we isolated the high free radical scavenging and anti0 glycation compounds from T. polium and protective effect of both flavonoid compounds was evaluated on rat isolated islets in streptozotocin induced oxidative stress. Based on our results, rutin (quercetin030rutinoside ) and apigenin isolated from T. polium exhibited high antioxidant activities compared to… 

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