Intravenous Injection of Embryonic Neural Cells to Rats with Chronic Alcohol Poisoning
Keywords:embryonic neural cells, cryopreservation, transplantation, intravenous injection, chronic alcohol poisoning, model, rat females, liver
The problem of correcting the consequences of chronic alcoholic poisoning was studied. The efficiency of intravenous injection of embryonic neural cells (ENCs) to correct the consequences of chronic alcoholic poisoning even at the background of continued alcohol intake in small doses was found out. An intravenous introduction of cryopreserved human ENCs to rats was shown as causing no negative effect on intact animals. In the model of chronic alcohol poisoning the ENCs injection was demonstrated to result in the improvement of an organismâ€™s general state and functional state of liver: it decreased the prothrombin time, hexenal sleep and increased albumin content in blood plasm.
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