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From: Involvement of a periodontal pathogen, Porphyromonas gingivalis on the pathogenesis of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

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Effect of administration of P. gingivalis on mouse NAFLD model. A: Typical pictures of whole body (left panel) and body weight (right panel) of mice administered vehicle (HFD control) or P. gingivalis (HFD + P.g) under the high fat diet (HFD) condition. Each column represents mean + SEM from 12 to 13 independent animals. **; P < 0.01. B: Typical pictures of liver (left panel) and liver weight (right panel) of mice administered vehicle (HFD control) or P. gingivalis (HFD + P.g) under the high fat diet (HFD) condition. Each column represents mean + SEM from 12 to 13 independent animals. **; P < 0.01. C: Typical pathological pictures of liver of mice administered vehicle (HFD control) or P. gingivalis (HFD + P.g) under the high fat diet (HFD) condition, or P. gingivalis under basal diet condition (Basal diet + P.g). Each column represents mean + SEM from 12 to 13 independent animals. **; P < 0.01. D: Alterations of ALT/AST levels and liver triglyceride level. Each column represents mean + SEM from 6 to 9 independent animals. *; P < 0.05 and **; P < 0.01, respectively.

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