Experimental Substantiation for Applying Cryopreserved Preparations of Embryofetoplacental Complex in Thyroid Gland Pathology Correction. Report I. Effect of fetal thymus preparations on rabbit thyroid gland functional activity
Keywords:fetal thymus, thyroid gland, mercazolil hypothyrosis
AbstractThe xenotransplantation effect of human fetal thymus cryopreserved biopreparation on rabbitâ€™s thyroid gland functional activity with a suppressed thyroid function (experimental mercazolil hypothyrosis) has been studied. A normalizing effect of the performed therapy on experimental animalsâ€™ thyroid system has been noted. Stimulating effect of the preparation was proved to be a two-phase: approaching to the maximum by the 2nd month after engraftment and a gradual leveling by the 4th one. A repeated engraftment of thymus tissue stimulates a thyroid function in animals, that indicates to the capability of suppressed thyroid gland for a multiple recovery of activity after fetal thymus tissue transplantation.
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Malova, N. G., Yurchenko, T. M., Bozhko, T. S., Komarova, I. V., Strona, D. V., Solonets, Y. M., & Chujkova, V. I. (2007). Experimental Substantiation for Applying Cryopreserved Preparations of Embryofetoplacental Complex in Thyroid Gland Pathology Correction. Report I. Effect of fetal thymus preparations on rabbit thyroid gland functional activity. Problems of Cryobiology and Cryomedicine, 17(3), 290–297. Retrieved from https://cryo.org.ua/journal/index.php/probl-cryobiol-cryomed/article/view/504
Cryomedicine, Clinical and Experimental Transplantology
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