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 2 2014

"Biotechnologia Acta" v. 7, no 2, 2014
Р. 106-113, Bibliography 39, Ukrainian.
Universal Decimal classification: 663.253+577.346:612.015.11:611(018.5+132)


U. V. Datsyuk 1, M. V. Sabadashka 1, L. A. Datsyuk 1, A. R. Gnatush 1,
E. A. Slast’ya 2, A. N. Zotov 2, V. G. Gerhzykova 2, N. A. Sybirna 1

1 Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine
2 National Institute for Vine and Wine «Magarach», Ukraine

It is shown that the consumption of natural polyphenolic complex from grape wine in drinking water in the daily dose 2.5 ± 1.1 mg polyphenols/kg body mass of rats during the 10 day before exposure to radiation leads to increased of superoxide dismutase and gluthathione reductase activities in peripheral blood on 24 and 48 hours after full body X-ray irradiation (30 cGy). The of catalase, gluthathione peroxidase activities and the of the reactive thiobarbituric acid substances content in total lysates of peripheral blood within 72 hours after exposure are comparable to those in control rats. Marked decreased of catalase and superoxide dismutase activities at 24, 48 and 24 hours, respectively, was observed after exposure to ionizing radiation and increased content of lipid peroxidation products in all above mentioned time points. The decreased of superoxide dismutase and gluthathione peroxidase activities in lysates of rats aorta at 48 hour and increased content of the reactive thiobarbituric acid substances during 72 hours after radiation exposure were observed. The consumption of polyphenolic complex from wine did not change the superoxide dismutase and catalase activities in lysates of aorta rats treated with ionizing radiation, whereas gluthathione reductase and gluthathione peroxidase activities was increased during 72 hours after radiation influence. The content of TBA reactive substances was significantly decreased in lysates of aorta rats that were exposed to radiation and polyphenols of grape wine, compared with those of animals that were exposed to radiation alone.

Key words: low intensity X-ray, antioxidant enzymes, TBK-positive products, natural polyphenol complex from grape wine.

© Palladin Institute of Biochemistry of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, 2014


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