Biogenic integrated ZnO/Ag nanocomposite: Surface analysis and in vivo practices for the management of type 1 diabetes complications

Title
Biogenic integrated ZnO/Ag nanocomposite: Surface analysis and in vivo practices for the management of type 1 diabetes complications
Authors
채근화강희경Shima Rahim PouranAbolfazl BayramiFarid Mohammadi ArvanagAziz Habibi-YangjehReza Darvishi Cheshmeh SoltaniRamesh SinghAbdul Aziz Abdul RamanAlireza Khataee
Keywords
Bio-metal interface; Hyperglycemia; Hyperlipidemia; Silymarin; Type 1 diabetes
Issue Date
2020-05
Publisher
Colloids and surfaces. B, Biointerfaces
Citation
VOL 189-100878
Abstract
In this research, a milk thistle seed extract (MTSE)-rich medium was used as a capping and reducing agent for the one-pot biosynthesis of ZnO/Ag (5?wt%) nanostructure. The sample was systematically characterized through various techniques and its strong biomolecule?metal interface structure was supported by the results. The efficacy of the derived nanostructure (MTSE/ZnO/Ag) was evaluated in vivo on the basis of its therapeutic effects on the main complications of Type 1 diabetes (hyperglycemia, hyperlipidemia, and insulin deficiency). For this purpose, the changes in the plasma values of fasting blood glucose, total cholesterol, total triglyceride, high-density lipoprotein cholesterol, and insulin in alloxan-diabetic Wistar male rats were compared with those in healthy and untreated diabetic controls after a treatment period of 16 days. The antidiabetic results of MTSE/ZnO/Ag were compared with those obtained from pristine ZnO, MTSE, and insulin therapies. The health conditions of the rats with Type 1 diabetes were significantly enhanced after treatment with MTSE/ZnO/Ag (p?<?0.05), which is owing to the enhanced interface structure and participatory functions of the united compartments of MTSE/ZnO/Ag.
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/72216
ISSN
0927-7765
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