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Evaluating Biofunctional Ability of Tea Seed (Camellia Oleifera Abel.) Oil by Gastrointestinal Ulcer Model
Gastrointestinal (GI) mucosa serves as first protective barrier for digested foods and xenobiotics. It is easily attacked by toxic agents such as alcohol and drugs which may cause mucosal damage. Serious ulceration may lead to GI bleeding even more perforation. Studies have indicated that GI mucosal lesion is associated with mucosal lipid peroxidation and oxidative damage. Therefore, some researches have focused on application of natural antioxidants to GI mucosal protection. The oil of tea seed (Camellia oleifera Abel.) is used extensively in China as cooking oil. Tea seed oil has been reported with health effects for bowel, stomach, liver, and lung, etc., in traditional remedy. However, there are few scientific evidences about its biofunctional ability. This study is aimed to evaluate the effects of tea seed oil on ketoprofen-induced acute gastrointestinal ulcer in rats. The results will verify the health effect of tea seed oil and increase the competition of domestic agricultural products.
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