The state of antioxidant system in brain of rats in the toxic pulmonary edema

   
Pluzhnikov N.1, Tyaptin A.1, Zemlyanoy A.1, Varlashova M.1, Torkounov P.1, Lupachyov  Yu.1

1. Research Center of Biological Defence, Institute of Military Medicine, Defence Ministry
Section: Experimental/Clinical Study
PubMed Id: 15108627
Year: 2004  Volume: 50  Issue: 1  Pages: 57-63
The state of enzymatic and nonenzymatic components of antioxidant system and also lipid peroxidation processes were studied in brain of rats with toxic pulmonary edema induced by inhalation of nitric oxides. The changes in the state of antioxidant system components in brain accompanied the development of toxic pulmonary edema. The main changes were found in nonenzymatic components of the antioxidant system, particularly in thiol and disulfide groups. Lipid peroxidation processes were not activated during the toxic pulmonary edema.
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Pluzhnikov, N., Tyaptin, A., Zemlyanoy, A., Varlashova, M., Torkounov, P., Lupachyov, , Yu. (2004). The state of antioxidant system in brain of rats in the toxic pulmonary edema. Biomeditsinskaya khimiya, 50(1), 57-63.
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