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Hyperuricaemia is a metabolic disease characterized by high levels of blood uric acid. Uric acid is an end product of purine metabolism and hyperuricaemia is caused by purine metabolic abnormalities. It has been indicated that hyperuricaemia is an important risk factor for gout, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, diabetes, and chronic kidney disease. In recent years, the prevalence of hyperuricemia in the world has gradually increased. However, its specific pathogenesis and targeting drugs still need further study.
Creative Bioarray, with a prestigious team in the industry, focuses on providing customized experiment services to help customers assess the efficacy of compounds and study the associated pathological mechanisms of hyperuricemia.
Hyperuricemia include but not limited to:
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Figure. 1. Effect of Dioscin on the histopathology of renal tissue in hyperuricemia mice . A: Histopathological analysis of renal tissues after induced by using adenine and PO (HE, ×400); B: Phenotype of kidney in hyperuricemia mice; N: Normal rat; M: Adenine and PO induced hyperuricemia mice; Ben: Adenine and PO induced hyperuricemia mice with Probenecid 50 mg/kg/day (p.o.); Dioscin: PO induced hyperuricemia rat with Dioscin in different dosage; Δ: mixed cellular infiltrate in the tubules; О: corpora amylacea; □: tubular ectasia.
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Zhang Y , Jin L , Liu J , et al. Effect and mechanism of dioscin from Dioscorea spongiosa on uric acid excretion in animal model of hyperuricemia[J]. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2017, 214:29.
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