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- Yao, Xiaoqiang, et al. Show all 12 Authors
- European journal of nutrition 2016 v.55 no.5 pp. 1963-1972
- NADP (coenzyme); Western blotting; active ingredients; animal models; arteries; black tea; blood serum; cardiovascular diseases; cholesterol; cyclic GMP; dietary supplements; endothelial nitric oxide synthase; enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay; estradiol; females; fluorescence; image analysis; lipid metabolism; ovariectomy; phosphorylation; postmenopause; rats; reactive oxygen species; risk; theaflavins; triacylglycerols; women
- ... PURPOSE: Menopause escalates the risk of cardiovascular diseases in women. There is an unmet need for better treatment strategy for estrogen-deficiency-related cardiovascular complications. Here we investigated the impact of chronic black tea extract (BT) consumption on cardiovascular function and lipid metabolism using a rat model of estrogen deficiency. METHODS: Female Sprague–Dawley rats were o ...
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