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DOI :10.26650/eor.20241248958   IUP :10.26650/eor.20241248958    Full Text (PDF)

Prophylactic and therapeutic effects of (6)–shogaol on alveolar bone loss in experimental periodontitis

Didem BezirciMeltem Karşıyaka HendekGönen ÖzcanOğuz KulTuğçe AnteplioğluEbru Olgun

Purpose: (6)-Shogaol is the most prevalent bioactive compound in ginger. The aim of this study was to examine both the prophylactic and therapeutic effects of (6)-shogaol in an experimental periodontitis model.

Materials and Methods: Thirty-five male Wistar albino rats were divided into four groups. In the healthy group (n=5), no intervention was undertaken. In the periodontitis group (n=10), periodontitis was induced by ligature placement for 14 days. In the prophylaxis group (n=10), periodontitis was induced with ligature placement for 14 days, and during this time, 20 mg/kg/day of (6)-shogaol was administered via oral gavage. In the therapeutic group (n=10), periodontitis was induced with ligature placement for 14 days, and following the removal of the ligature, 20 mg/kg/day of (6)-shogaol was administered via oral gavage for 14 days. Alveolar bone loss was histometrically measured, and malondialdehyde (MDA), superoxide dismutase (SOD), glutathione peroxidase (GP), nuclear factor kappa B (NF-κB), receptor activator of nuclear factor kappa B ligand (RANKL), and osteoprotegerin (OPG) were immunohistochemically analyzed.

Results: Alveolar bone loss was significantly lower in the healthy group than in the remaining groups, as well as in the therapeutic group than in the periodontitis group (p<0.001). RANKL/OPG was significantly higher in the periodontitis group compared to the remaining groups and in the prophylaxis group compared to the therapeutic group (p<0.001). MDA was significantly lower in the healthy group than in the remaining groups (p<0.001). SOD was significantly lower in the periodontitis group than in the prophylaxis and therapeutic groups (p=0.039 and p=0.042, respectively). GP was significantly lower in the healthy group than in the prophylaxis and therapeutic groups (p=0.031 and p=0.002, respectively).

Conclusion: The administration of (6)-shogaol modulated the RANKL/OPG balance and antioxidant status in rats with ligature-induced periodontitis.


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Bezirci, D., Karşıyaka Hendek, M., Özcan, G., Kul, O., Anteplioğlu, T., & Olgun, E. (2024). Prophylactic and therapeutic effects of (6)–shogaol on alveolar bone loss in experimental periodontitis. European Oral Research, 58(1), 37-43. https://doi.org/10.26650/eor.20241248958


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Bezirci D, Karşıyaka Hendek M, Özcan G, Kul O, Anteplioğlu T, Olgun E. Prophylactic and therapeutic effects of (6)–shogaol on alveolar bone loss in experimental periodontitis. European Oral Research. 2024;58(1):37-43. https://doi.org/10.26650/eor.20241248958


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Bezirci D, Karşıyaka Hendek M, Özcan G, Kul O, Anteplioğlu T, Olgun E. Prophylactic and therapeutic effects of (6)–shogaol on alveolar bone loss in experimental periodontitis. European Oral Research [Internet]. 5 Mar. 2024 [cited 5 Mar. 2024];58(1):37-43. Available from: https://doi.org/10.26650/eor.20241248958 doi: 10.26650/eor.20241248958


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Bezirci, Didem - Karşıyaka Hendek, Meltem - Özcan, Gönen - Kul, Oğuz - Anteplioğlu, Tuğçe - Olgun, Ebru. Prophylactic and therapeutic effects of (6)–shogaol on alveolar bone loss in experimental periodontitis”. European Oral Research 58/1 (Mar. 2024): 37-43. https://doi.org/10.26650/eor.20241248958



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Submitted08.02.2023
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