silymarin


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silymarin

(səˈlaɪmərɪn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) an antioxidant flavonoid found in milk thistle
[C20: from the genus name Silybum]
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silymarin

n silimarina
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The purpose of the study was to investigate the comparative beneficial effects of dietary supplementation of silymarin (Silybum marianum) and zinc oxide (ZnO) in broilers during the finishing stage exposed to heat stress (HS).
Investigations of efficacy for silymarin in CHC patients (30-76,77) suggest that clinical outcomes improve only if treatment is started early in the disease process (122).
Silymarin, obtained from MT seeds, is a mixture of favonolignans that includes silybin, isosilybinin, silydianin, silychristin, and taxifolin (Kvasnicka et al., 2003; Post-White et al., 2007; Davis-Searles et al., 2005).
Panel (c) in both figures represented the same reference group (silymarin group-SY) because they ran two experiments in rats treated with different plants, but with the same reference group.
The present study investigated combined effects of silymarin and ursodeoxycholic acid (UDCA) on the oxidative stress, severity of cholestasis, and primary stem cell activation markers after BDL in the rats.
LiverMarin is specifically made to aid the liver with its silymarin and sodium ascorbate compounds.
Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine has retracted the article titled "Silymarin Accelerates Liver Regeneration after Partial Hepatectomy" [1].
When it was combined in lab tests with silymarin, which is derived from the common herb milk thistle, the effect was even more impressive.
But when curcumin was combined in lab tests with silymarin, which is derived from the common herb milk thistle, the effect was even more impressive.