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Table 2 Effect of vegetable oils consumption and Glibenclamide treatments on serum lipid profile of diabetic mice

From: Effect of dietary vegetable oil consumption on blood glucose levels, lipid profile and weight in diabetic mice: an experimental case—control study

   Vegetable oil + Glibenclamide treatment  
Parameters Control (C) Control + Glib Palm +Glib Groundnut +Glib Coconut + Glib p-value
TC (mmol/l) 3.72 ± 0.10 3.08 ± 0 .12a 2.77 ± 0 .12a 3.33 ± 0 .09b 3.30 ± 0 .09b 0.0019
LDL (mmol/l) 2.57 ± 0 .10 1.81 ± 0 .14a 1.60 ± 0 .12a 1.41 ± 0.06a 3.09 ± 0 .13ba 0.0001
HDL(mmol/l) 0 .45 ± 0 .04 0.58 ± 0 .03 0.36 ± 0 .02 0.75 ± 0 .04ba 0.71 ± 0 .06ba 0.0021
TG(mmol/l) 1.52 ± 0 .05 1.50 ± 0.09 1.76 ± 0 .08 2.52 ± 0 .06ba 1.60 ± 0.10 0.0313
HDL/TC ratio 0.12 ± 0 .001 0.19 ± 0.001 0.13 ± 0 .001 0.23 ± 0 .001ba 0.22 ± 0.001ba 0.0105
  1. Mean effect of vegetable oils consumption and Glibenclamide treatments onserum lipid profile of diabetic mice. Values are expressed as mean ± SEM. N = 6 in each group. TC total cholesterol, LDL low density lipoprotein, HDL high density lipoprotein, TG triglycerides Glib glibenclamide. aindicate significant difference compared to controls, (p < 0.05). bindicates significant difference between (control + glibenclamide) and other vegetable oil diet plus glibenclamide