Perfil lipidico en rattus rattus var. albinus obesas por lesión de los núcleos ventromediales del hipotálamo con dieta rica en scomber scombrus "caballa"
Alva Bazán, Salomón
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In developing the present study used a classic experimental design (simple random design), the experimental animals was obtained prior fasting blood sample from the tail in heparinized capillary tubes after using the enzymatic method was determined levels of TG, total cholesterol, LDL-C, HDL-C. The experimental units (rattus rattus var. Albinus) were divided into three groups of 10 each group. Group A control is provided with a normal diet, group B was injured ventromedial hypothalamic nuclei with the team using the Crippling stereotactic GRASS. In group C, the same process was applied to Group B, managing the Scomber scombrus diet for a period of 9 weeks, then determined the 3 groups the lipid profile. Shown that diet rich in mackerel altered lipid profile in rattus rattus var. albinus and found to be highly significant decreased weight (p <0.05) at 25.23%, the concentrations of: total cholesterol decreased by 24.62%, 22.79% TG, LDL-C in 62.85% and increased HDL-C in 64.43%.