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Table 2 Escape latencies of 11-month-old mice

From: A combination extract of ginseng, epimedium, polygala, and tuber curcumae increases synaptophysin expression in APPV717I transgenic mice

Group Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
Control 39.17 ± 12.68 36.75 ± 14.72 33.08 ± 14.49
APP 51.33 ± 7.80 49.83 ± 7.78 47.17 ± 10.19
APP + D 42.25 ± 14.23 40.00 ± 12.69 34.83 ± 13.60
APP + Gl 43.27 ± 10.32 37.64 ± 13.52 37.55 ± 13.92
APP + Gm 41.60 ± 10.51 43.60 ± 11.61 35.50 ± 13.91
APP + Gh 40.00 ± 12.34 38.83 ± 14.45 34.42 ± 12.38
  1. The effects of GEPT on the escape latency in 7-month-old mice (n = 12) were assessed in orientation navigation tests using the Morris Water Maze (MWM). Data are expressed as mean ± standard deviation (SD). Control: C57BL/6 J mice; APP: APPV717I mice; APP + D: APP mice treated with donepezil; APP + Gl: APP mice treated with GEPT (low dose); APP + Gm: APP mice treated with GEPT (medium dose); APP + Gh: APP mice treated with GEPT (high dose). P < 0.05 vs. APP mice alone; P < 0.05 vs. control mice, one-way ANOVA.