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Category: Audio softwareDietary restriction delays the age of onset of severe renal disease in type II collagen-induced arthritis in rats.
Aged people with rheumatoid arthritis have an increased incidence of progressive renal disease. We investigated whether limiting dietary intake prior to the onset of severe collagen-induced arthritis (CIA) could delay the onset of arthritis in rats. Female Sprague Dawley rats (12-14 months old) were fed either a standard low-protein diet (LPD, 5% casein) or a LPD supplemented with vitamin C, vitamin E, zinc, or selenium to correspond with the recommended daily allowance of each nutrient. Mice with CIA were also fed a LPD or a LPD supplemented with the same nutrients. At 10 weeks of age, both rats and mice with CIA fed the standard LPD showed acute arthritis, as did mice fed the vitamin-supplemented LPD. At 21 weeks of age, however, the arthritis scores of CIA rats fed the vitamin-supplemented diet, but not the CIA rats fed the standard LPD, were significantly lower than those of CIA rats fed the standard LPD. Finally, at 10 weeks of age, the kidneys of CIA rats fed the vitamin-supplemented diet had significantly smaller areas of glomerulosclerosis and tubular cell apoptosis than those of CIA rats fed the standard LPD. These results indicate that dietary restriction could delay the onset of arthritis in CIA rats and that dietary supplementation with antioxidants could delay the onset of severe renal disease.The present invention relates to communication networks and more specifically to a method and apparatus for establishing a generic communication network.
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