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001-es BibID:BIBFORM079346
035-os BibID:(cikkazonosító)7213913 (WOS)000464702500001 (Scopus)85065782402
Első szerző:Kiss Rita (laboratóriumi diagnosztika szakorvos)
Cím:Diosgenin and Its Fenugreek Based Biological Matrix Affect Insulin Resistance and Anabolic Hormones in a Rat Based Insulin Resistance Model / Kiss Rita, Pesti-Asbóth Georgina, Szarvas Mária Magdolna, Stündl László, Cziáky Zoltán, Hegedűs Csaba, Kovács Diána, Badale Andrea, Máthé Endre, Szilvássy Zoltán, Remenyik Judit
Dátum:2019
ISSN:2314-6133 2314-6141
Megjegyzések:Fenugreek is known since ancient times as a traditional herbal medicine of its multiple beneficial effects. Fenugreek's most studied and employed effect is its hypoglycemic property, but it can also be useful for the treatment of certain thyroid disorders or for the treatment of anorexia. The regulation of glucose homeostasis is a complex mechanism, dependent on the interaction of different types of hormones and neurotransmitters or other compounds. For the study of how diosgenin and fenugreek seeds modify insulin sensitivity, we used a rat insulin resistance model induced by high-fat diet. Diosgenin in three different doses (1mg/bwkg, 10mg/bwkg, and 50mg/bwkg, respectively) and fenugreek seed (0.2 g/bwkg)were administered orally for 6weeks. Insulin sensitivity was determined by hyperinsulinemic euglycemic glucose clamp method. Our research group found that although glucose infusion rate was not significantly modified in either group, the increased insulin sensitivity index and high metabolic clearance rate of insulin found in the 1 mg/kg diosgenin and the fenugreek seed treated group suggested an improved peripheral insulin sensitivity. Results from the 10 mg/kg diosgenin group, however, suggest a marked insulin resistance. Fenugreek seed therapy results on the investigated anabolic hormones support the theory that, besides insulin and gastrointestinal peptides, the hypothalamichypopituitary axis regulated hormones synchronized action with IGF-1 also play an important role in the maintaining of normal glucose levels. Both diosgenin and fenugreek seeds are capable of interacting with substrates of the above-mentioned regulatory mechanisms, inducing serious hormonal disorders. Moreover, fenugreek seeds showed the ability to reduce the thyroid hormone levels at the periphery and to modify the T4/T3 ratio. It means that in healthy people this effect could be considered a severe side effect; however, in hypothyroidism this effect represents a possibility of alternative natural therapy.
Tárgyszavak:Agrártudományok Élelmiszertudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
folyóiratcikk
Diosgenin
Fenugreek
Insulin Resistance
Anabolic Hormones
Rat
Megjelenés:Biomed Research International. - 2019 (2019), p. 1-13. -
További szerzők:Pesti-Asbóth Georgina (1990-) (élelmiszerbiztonsági és -minőségi mérnök) Szarvas Mária Magdolna (1989-) (élelmiszeripari mérnök) Stündl László (1970-) (agrármérnök) Cziáky Zoltán Hegedűs Csaba (1983-) (Molekuláris biológus, Cera-Med Kft. Debrecen) Kovács Diána Klára (1985-) (Molekuláris biológus) Badale Andrea Máthé Endre (1964-) (genetikus, molekuláris sejtbiológus) Szilvássy Zoltán (1957-) (belgyógyász, farmakológus, klinikai farmakológus) Gálné Remenyik Judit (1965-) (kémia tanár, okleveles vegyész)
Pályázati támogatás:EFOP-3.6.2-16-2017-00009
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