Zingerone Ameliorates Hepatotoxicity

Julietpoornamathy J (1) , Parameswari C.S (2)
(1) Research and Development Centre, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India, India ,
(2) Government Arts and Science College for women, Ramanathapuram, Tamil Nadu, India, India


In medical sciences, toxicity is an area wherein extensive studies have been carried to improve the diseases as well as to prevent. So, there is a high requirement for novel and improved alternative therapeutic strategies to manage diseases. The liver is the largest gland in the body, which executes several important mechanisms; it stores minerals and vitamins and releases them in periods of need. The main aim of this study was to give a closer insight into potent non- toxic compounds that is capable of modifying the responses. Animals were divided into five equal groups viz control (Group 1), administered with food and water ad libitum, (Group 2) administered with olive oil, (Group 3) administered with zingerone, (Group 4) administered with concanavalin A, (Group 5) administered with cyclosporine A followed by zingerone. Our results revealed significant changes in liver marker enzymes and liver histology of zingerone treated rats when compared to control rats. A corollary, zingerone has no toxic effect on hepatocytes and was found to be safe at a dose of 10mg/kg b wt and also ameliorates hepatotoxicity.

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Julietpoornamathy J, & Parameswari C.S. (2020). Zingerone Ameliorates Hepatotoxicity. International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 11(1), 280–284. Retrieved from https://ijrps.com/home/article/view/467

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