Effect of Rat Pretreatment with Embryospecific Factors on the State of Liver Antioxidant System at Hypothermic Storage and Normothermic Reperfusion
Keywords:embryospecific factors, liver hypothermic storage, normothermic reperfusion, antioxidant system, free radical damage
The effect of embryospecific factor pretreatment on liver oxidative-reducing balance after hypothermic storage (1 and 24 hours) in sucrose-saline solution, and normothermic reperfusion (60 minutes) has been studied. The decrease of free radical product number investigating by TBA-product level and accumulation rate, and normalization of antioxidant system enzyme activity (catalase, glutathione peroxidase and reductase) has been shown.
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