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Figure 1: Effects of Oxypaeoniflorin on the severity of ankle inflammation in rats. Representative images of the paw from (a) normal rats, (b) adjuvant-induced arthritis control rats with a higher degree of inflammation, (c) Leflunomide (10 mg/kg) treated rats with reduced ankle inflammation, (d) Oxypaeoniflorin (10 mg/kg) treated rats with severe inflammation, (e) Oxypaeoniflorin (20 mg/kg) and (f) Oxypaeoniflorin (40 mg/kg) treated rats with reduced ankle inflammation

Figure 1: Effects of Oxypaeoniflorin on the severity of ankle inflammation in rats. Representative images of the paw from (a) normal rats, (b) adjuvant-induced arthritis control rats with a higher degree of inflammation, (c) Leflunomide (10 mg/kg) treated rats with reduced ankle inflammation, (d) Oxypaeoniflorin (10 mg/kg) treated rats with severe inflammation, (e) Oxypaeoniflorin (20 mg/kg) and (f) Oxypaeoniflorin (40 mg/kg) treated rats with reduced ankle inflammation