A depression of esterase and lipoprotein lipase activities of blood serum in acute and longitudinal actions of ethanol

   
Sokolik V.V.1 , Chursina V.S.1, Artemchuk A.A.1, Artemchuk A.F.1, Bozhko G.Kh.1

1. Institute of Neurology, Psychiatry and Narcology, Ukrainian AMS
Section: Experimental/Clinical Study
UDK: 616.89-008.441.13:547.262      PubMed Id: 16739925
Year: 2006  Volume: 52  Issue: 1  Pages: 95-100
Esterase (LCAT) and lipoprotein lipase (LPL) activities of blood serum, and a range of blood serum lipoproteins (LP) in acute and chronic ethanol intoxication were examined in healthy persons and patients with alcohol abuse. Ethanol inhibited LCAT and LPL activities, and increased apoA-containing LP in blood serum. These changes are considered as a basis for depression of a direct and reverse transportation of cholesterol in blood circulation under the action of ethanol.
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Sokolik V.V., Chursina V.S., Artemchuk A.A., Artemchuk A.F., Bozhko G.Kh. (2006) Biomeditsinskaya khimiya, 52(1), 95-100.
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