Nine experimental groups were used and each group comprised of eight rats. The groups included: normal control (group I), in which no intervention was done and heart was isolated for biochemical estimations; nondiabetic control (group II), in which hearts were isolated from nondiabetic rats and subjected to ischemia-reperfusion injury; diabetic control (group III), in which hearts of diabetic rats were subjected to ischemia-reperfusion injury; RIP in nondiabetic (group IV), in which RIP stimulus was given to nondiabetic rats; RIP in diabetic (group V), in which RIP stimulus was given to diabetic rats; liraglutide (0.2 mg/kg) and RIP in diabetic (group VI), in which liraglutide (0.2 mg/kg) was injected along with RIP stimulus in diabetic rats; liraglutide (0.4 mg/kg) and RIP in diabetic (group VII) in liraglutide (0.4 mg/kg) was injected along with RIP stimulus in diabetic rats; liraglutide (0.4 mg/kg) in nondiabetic control (group VIII), in which liraglutide was injected in nondiabetic animals, not subjected to RIP stimulus; liraglutide (0.4 mg/kg) and RIP in nondiabetic (group IX), in which liraglutide was injected along with RIP stimulus in nondiabetic rats.

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