Activity of endogenous aldehydes catabolism enzymes in subcellular fractions of liver, heart and brain of rats at pubertal age under stress

   


1. Institute of Children and Adolescents Health Care of the Academy of Medical Science of Ukraine
Type: Experimental/clinical study
DOI: 10.18097/pbmc20125806691      UDK: [612.66+616-092.19]:577.15      PubMed Id: 23350201
Year: 2012 vol: 58  issue:6  pages: 691-701
Abstract: Activities of enzymes involved in redox transformation of endogenous aldehydes have been investigated in subcellular fractions of liver, heart, and brain of pubertal rats exposed to prolonged immobilization stress. In the liver aldo-keto reductase (AKR) activity in the postmitochondrial fraction and aldehyde dehydrogenase (ALDH) acivity of the mitochondrial fraction demonstrated a more pronounced decrease in 2-month-old rats. Rat heart postmitochondrial AKR and ALDH demonstrated opposite changes in their enzymatic activities, while activity of mitochondrial ALDH remained unchanged. Brain cells create conditions that favor effective utilization of endogenous aldehydes in metabolic redox pathways.
Download PDF:
Reference: Sukhova L.L., Guryeva A.V., Berezhnaya E.A., Davydov V.V., Activity of endogenous aldehydes catabolism enzymes in subcellular fractions of liver, heart and brain of rats at pubertal age under stress, Biomeditsinskaya khimiya, 2012, vol: 58(6), 691-701.
Bibliography
 2016(Vol:62)
 2015(Vol:61)
 2014(Vol:60)
 2013(Vol:59)
 2012(Vol:58)
 2011(Vol:57)
 2010(Vol:56)
 2009(Vol:55)
 2008(Vol:54)
 2007(Vol:53)
 2006(Vol:52)
 2005(Vol:51)
 2004(Vol:50)
 2003(Vol:49)