Person: TAŞLIDERE, ELİF
The protective effect of melatonin in lungs of newborn rats exposed to maternal nicotine.
2018-01-01, YILDIZ, A, VARDI, N, KARAASLAN, MG, ATES, B, TASLIDERE, ELİF, Esrefoglu, MUKADDES, TAŞLIDERE, ELİF, EŞREFOĞLU, MUKADDES
Therapeutic effects of melatonin and quercetin on carbon tetrachloride-induced cardiac damage in rats
2016-03-01, ELBE, HÜLYA, EŞREFOĞLU, MUKADDES, CETIN, A, TAŞLIDERE, ELİF, ATES, BURHAN, EŞREFOĞLU, MUKADDES, TAŞLIDERE, ELİF
Protective effect of melatonin and quercetin in carbon tetrachloride induced lung injury
2014-01-21, TAŞLIDERE, ELİF, ELBE, HÜLYA, ÇETİN, ASLI, EŞREFOĞLU, MUKADDES, TAŞLIDERE, ELİF, EŞREFOĞLU, MUKADDES
The effects of pentoxifylline and caffeic acid phenethyl ester in the treatment of d-galactosamine-induced acute hepatitis in rats.
2016-04-01, TASLIDERE, ELİF, VARDI, N, Esrefoglu, MUKADDES, ATES, B, TASKAPAN, C, YOLOGLU, S, TAŞLIDERE, ELİF, EŞREFOĞLU, MUKADDES
Effects of ciprofloxacin on fetal rat liver during pregnancy and protective effects of quercetin.
2017-01-01, DOGAN, Z, ELBE, H, Taslidere, ELİF, SOYSAL, H, CETIN, A, DEMIRTAS, S, TAŞLIDERE, ELİF
Petroselinum Crispum is Effective in Reducing Stress-Induced Gastric Oxidative Damage.
2017-01-01, AKıNCı, Ayşin, Eşrefoğlu, MUKADDES, TASLIDERE, ELİF, ATES, B, EŞREFOĞLU, MUKADDES, TAŞLIDERE, ELİF
Background: Oxidative stress has been shown to play a principal role in the pathogenesis of stress-induced gastric injury. Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) contains many antioxidants such as flavanoids, carotenoids and ascorbic acid. Aims: In this study, the histopathological and biochemical results of nutrition with a parsley-rich diet in terms of eliminating stress-induced oxidative gastric injury were evaluated. Study design: Animal experimentation. Methods: Forty male Wistar albino rats were divided into five groups: control, stress, stress + standard diet, stress + parsley-added diet and stress + lansoprazole (LPZ) groups. Subjects were exposed to 72 hours of fasting and later immobilized and exposed to the cold at +4 degrees for 8 hours to create a severe stress condition. Samples from the animals' stomachs were arranged for microscopic and biochemical examinations. Results: Gastric mucosal injury was obvious in rats exposed to stress. The histopathologic damage score of the stress group (7.00±0.57) was higher than that of the control group (1.50±0.22) (p<0.05). Significant differences in histopathologic damage score were found between the stress and stress + parsley-added diet groups (p<0.05), the stress and stress + standard diet groups (p<0.05), and the stress and stress + LPZ groups (p<0.05). The mean tissue malondialdehyde levels of the stress + parsley-added group and the stress + LPZ group were lower than that of the stress group (p<0.05). Parsley supported the cellular antioxidant system by increasing the mean tissue glutathione level (53.31±9.50) and superoxide dismutase (15.18±1.05) and catalase (16.68±2.29) activities. Conclusion: Oral administration of parsley is effective in reducing stress-induced gastric injury by supporting the cellular antioxidant defence system.
Ascorbic acid and beta-carotene reduce stress-induced oxidative organ damage in rats.
2016-10-01, Esrefoglu, MUKADDES, AKINCI, A, TASLIDERE, ELİF, ELBE, H, CETIN, A, ATES, B, EŞREFOĞLU, MUKADDES, TAŞLIDERE, ELİF
Protective effects of melatonin and quercetin on experimental lung injury induced by carbon tetrachloride in rats.
2014-03-01, TASLIDERE, ELİF, Esrefoglu, MUKADDES, ELBE, H, CETIN, A, ATES, B, TAŞLIDERE, ELİF, EŞREFOĞLU, MUKADDES
ACA, an inhibitor phospholipases A2 and transient receptor potential melastatin-2 channels, attenuates okadaic acid induced neurodegeneration in rats.
2017-05-01, CAKIR, MUSTAFA İSLAM, DUZOVA, H, TEKIN, S, Taslıdere, ELİF, KAYA, GB, CIGREMIS, Y, OZGOCER, T, YOLOGLU, S, ÇAKIR, MUSTAFA İSLAM, TAŞLIDERE, ELİF
Protective and therapeutic effect of apocynin on bleomycin-induced lung fibrosis in rats.
2015-01-01T00:00:00Z, KILIC, T, PARLAKPINAR, H, Taslidere, ELİF, YILDIZ, S, POLAT, AYTEN, VARDı, N, COLAK, C, ERMIS, H, TAŞLIDERE, ELİF, POLAT, AYTEN