Abstract: Isatin-binding activity of mice liver proteins has been investigated in the samples from the control and flight groups by using the methods of biosensor and proteomic analysis. It was found the higher isatin-binding activity in mice of flight group. The content of a number of individual isatin-binding proteins in the samples of the flight groups differ slightly from the ground control. However, in samples from animals which have weekly post-flight adaptation, the level of certain proteins was significantly increased. The latter allows us to assume that the main events in the proteome of mice (at least in subproteome of isatin-binding proteins), occurs in early post-flight period.
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