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Figure 2: Effect of I-Tiao-Gung extract or Daidzin on cyclophosphamide-induced bladder reactive oxygen species production in vivo of the rat urinary bladder and voiding parameters. The original data (a) and statistic data (b) of reactive oxygen species from the urinary bladder in the control, cyclophosphamide-treated, cyclophosphamide+I-Tiao-Gung, and cyclophosphamide+Daidzin groups are indicated. cyclophosphamide enhanced bladder reactive oxygen species and enhancement of reactive oxygen species was depressed by I-Tiao-Gung extract or Daidzin treatment. The urodynamic data in four groups of rats were indicated in c-e. (c) Intercontraction interval, (d) Maximal voiding pressure, and (e) Micturition time (the time from Phase 1 to Phase 4). *P < 0.05 when compared to Control group. #P < 0.05 when compared to cyclophosphamide group

Figure 2: Effect of I-Tiao-Gung extract or Daidzin on cyclophosphamide-induced bladder reactive oxygen species production <i>in vivo</i> of the rat urinary bladder and voiding parameters. The original data (a) and statistic data (b) of reactive oxygen species from the urinary bladder in the control, cyclophosphamide-treated, cyclophosphamide+I-Tiao-Gung, and cyclophosphamide+Daidzin groups are indicated. cyclophosphamide enhanced bladder reactive oxygen species and enhancement of reactive oxygen species was depressed by I-Tiao-Gung extract or Daidzin treatment. The urodynamic data in four groups of rats were indicated in c-e. (c) Intercontraction interval, (d) Maximal voiding pressure, and (e) Micturition time (the time from Phase 1 to Phase 4). *<i>P</i> < 0.05 when compared to Control group. <sup>#</sup><i>P</i> < 0.05 when compared to cyclophosphamide group