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

Effects of CA (25 mg/kg) on escape latency time during the morris water maze trial sessions, on (A) the time spent in the quadrant and (B) crossing time, (C) time taken during probe trial sessions on C57BL/6J mice. Mice were administered orally with water or CA (25 mg/kg/day) for 30 days, 60 min prior to trial sessions. The training trial and probe trial sessions were performed as described in the Materials and Methods. 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. * P

Figure 5. Effects of CA (25 mg/kg) on escape latency time during the morris water maze trial sessions, on (A) the time spent in the quadrant and (B) crossing time, (C) time taken during probe trial sessions on C57BL/6J mice. Mice were administered orally with water or CA (25 mg/kg/day) for 30 days, 60 min prior to trial sessions. The training trial and probe trial sessions were performed as described in the Materials and Methods. 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. * P < 0.05; ** P < 0.01 as compared to the negative control.