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Abstract Title:

The Antioxidant Effect of Curcumin and Rutin on Oxidative Stress Biomarkers in Experimentally Induced Periodontitis in Hyperglycemic Wistar Rats.

Abstract Source:

Molecules. 2021 Mar 2 ;26(5). Epub 2021 Mar 2. PMID: 33801378

Abstract Author(s):

Gilda M Iova, Horia Calniceanu, Adelina Popa, Camelia A Szuhanek, Olivia Marcu, Gabriela Ciavoi, Ioana Scrobota

Article Affiliation:

Gilda M Iova

Abstract:

BACKGROUND: There is a growing interest in the correlation between antioxidants and periodontal disease. In this study, we aimed to investigate the effect of oxidative stress and the impact of two antioxidants, curcumin and rutin, respectively, in the etiopathology of experimentally induced periodontitis in diabetic rats.

METHODS: Fifty Wistar albino rats were randomly divided into five groups and were induced with diabetes mellitus and periodontitis: (1) (CONTROL)-control group, (2) (DPP)-experimentally induced diabetes mellitus and periodontitis, (3) (DPC)-experimentally induced diabetes mellitus and periodontitis treated with curcumin (C), (4) (DPR)-experimentally induced diabetes mellitus and periodontitis treated with rutin (R) and (5) (DPCR)-experimentally induced diabetes mellitus and periodontitis treated with C and R. We evaluated malondialdehyde (MDA) as a biomarker of oxidative stress and reduced glutathione (GSH), oxidized glutathione (GSSG), GSH/GSSG and catalase (CAT) as biomarkers of the antioxidant capacity in blood harvested from the animals we tested. The MDA levels and CAT activities were also evaluated in the gingival tissue.

RESULTS: The control group effect was statistically significantly different from any other groups, regardless of whether or not the treatment was applied. There was also a significant difference between the untreated group and the three treatment groups for variables MDA, GSH, GSSG, GSH/GSSG and CAT. There was no significant difference in the mean effect for the MDA, GSH, GSSG, GSH/GSSG and CAT variables in the treated groups of rats with curcumin, rutin and the combination of curcumin and rutin.

CONCLUSIONS: The oral administration of curcumin and rutin, single or combined, could reduce the oxidative stress and enhance the antioxidant status in hyperglycemic periodontitis rats.

Study Type : Animal Study

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