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The Increased Expressions of Type IV Collagen in Cochlear Fibroblasts of Diabetic Rat Models Caused by Curcumin Therapy
Damage to fibroblasts within the cochlear lateral wall is suggested as one of the causes of hearing loss in patients with diabetes mellitus. The aim of this study was to prove curcumin as a safe and effective substance ...
The Benefits of Curcumin in Preventing Damage to Cochlear Fibroblasts by Increasing The Expressions of Type IV Collagen and Decreasing Apoptotic Index in Diabetic Rat Models
Background: Many scientific studies has shown the relationship between hearing impairment and diabetes mellitus , which of cochlear damage found observed as thickening and atrophy of striavascularis, loss of and damage ...
Cochlear Fibroblasts Repairment In Rat Model Diabetes Mellitus As A Results Of Curcumin Treatment (Preliminary Study)
Background Previous research suggests that curcumin is able to decrease malondialdehyde (MDA) expression due to oxidative stress related to noise exposure on fibroblasts of cochlear lateral wall. The literature shows ...