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The Protective Effect of Theanine Complex on the Rat Against Alcoholic Liver Injury

LI Da-wei1,ZHANG Shi-kang1,WU Hui-ling2,ZHU Yue-jin1,SHI Hai-gen1, SONG Yan-hua2,ZHANG Hai-hua1, (1.Hang zhou Tea Research Institute,China Coop,Hangzhou 310016,China;2.Zhejiang Provincial Center for Disease Control and Prevention,Hangzhou 310051,China)  
The protective effect of theanine complex on rat liver of alcoholic injury was studied by the AIL rat models.The AIL rat models were established by intragastric administration of 50% ethanol per day for a month.60 rats were randomly separated into 6 groups.The administrative doses of theanine complex were 0.1,0.2 or 0.4 g/(kg·d) corresponding to the low,middle and high dose rats model,respectively.The HWXC purchased from local market was selected as control and the administrative dose was 1.5 g/(kg·d).The blank group was oral administration instead with the same dose of water.The evaluation of pathology and biochemical parameters(ALT、AST、TG)was analyzed.The results showed that the contents of ALT,AST and TG decreased significantly in all the doses groups.Pathology demonstrated that theanine complex can protect rat from fatty liver induced by alcohol.In general,the theanine complex has a protective effect on the rat liver with alcoholic injury.
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