Research Paper Volume 13, Issue 2 pp 1671—1685

Dietary administration of cumin-derived cuminaldehyde induce neuroprotective and learning and memory enhancement effects to aging mice

(A) Effects of CA (25 mg/kg) on body weight during the 30 days experimental period. All mice were fed a normal diet. The body weight was measured every day. Each point presents the values from that group for that day. The values are represented as mean ± standard deviation. (B) Brain weight after 30 days of treatment with CA. The brain was dissected out, washed with ice-cold PBS and weighed. All the values are expressed as mean ± SD. NC: negative control (aged water-treated group); PC: positive control (young water-treated group); CA: Cuminaldehyde treated group.

Figure 4. (A) Effects of CA (25 mg/kg) on body weight during the 30 days experimental period. All mice were fed a normal diet. The body weight was measured every day. Each point presents the values from that group for that day. The values are represented as mean ± standard deviation. (B) Brain weight after 30 days of treatment with CA. The brain was dissected out, washed with ice-cold PBS and weighed. All the values are expressed as mean ± SD. NC: negative control (aged water-treated group); PC: positive control (young water-treated group); CA: Cuminaldehyde treated group.