VOPROSY MEDITSINSKOI KHIMII (ISSN 0042-8809)

Effect of acute vitamin B1 deficiency caused by oxythiamine on protein biosynthesis in the spleen during immunogenesis

   
Dvorianinovich L.N.
PubMed Id: 3195135
Year: 1988  Volume: 34  Issue: 4  Pages: 71-74
Distinct increase in incorporation of 14C-protein hydrolysate of chlorella (5 microCi per an animal of 150 g body mass) into proteins of rat spleen was observed within 4 days after a single or repeated immunization of rats (180-200 g of body mass) with human blood serum gamma-immunoglobulin at a dose of 30-40 mg per 1 kg of animal mass. Under conditions of acute B1-avitaminosis caused by a single administration of hydroxythiamine at a high dose of 400 mg/kg incorporation of the label into spleen proteins of the immunized rats was decreased within 72 hrs. Thus, acute hydroxythiamine-produced B1-avitaminosis inhibited induction of protein biosynthesis stimulated during immunogenesis.
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Dvorianinovich, L. N. (1988). Effect of acute vitamin B1 deficiency caused by oxythiamine on protein biosynthesis in the spleen during immunogenesis. Voprosy meditsinskoi khimii, 34(4), 71-74.
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