Studying the Effect of Placenta and Neurotissue on Membrane Metabolic Function of Ratâ€™s Liver Mitochondria and Microsomes in vitro
In the models of enzymic ascorbate-dependent lipid peroxidation (LPO) of microsomes and using the estimation of metabolic state of ratâ€™s liver mitochondriaa in vitro the authors have studied antioxidative properties of placenta and neurotissue preparations. Existing cryotechnology of obtaining and storage of biopreparations based on placenta and nerve tisue provides a high content of.
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