Journal archive > 2008 > N 2 March-April
A. K. Gulevsky, Ye. S. Abakumova, N. N. Moiseyeva, O. L. Dolgikh
Influence of cattle cord blood fraction (below 5 kD) on lipid peroxidation product content and alkaline phosphatase activity in peripheral blood was studied on the experimental subchronic stomach ulcer model in rats. It has been shown that the fraction administrations normalize thiobarbituric-active product content and alkaline phosphatase activity in blood, which testifies to decreasing inflammatory reaction in the mucous membrane of the stomach. The fraction administrations accelerate the processes of regeneration of the mucous membrane of the stomach up to complete healing of ulcer defects. Cord blood fraction below 5?kD from cattle possesses antiulcer activity which is analogous to the actovegin activity. It has been shown by gel-penetrating chromatography that the pattern of cord blood fraction low molecular substances is different from the actovegin pattern both qualitatively and quantitatively.
Key words: cord blood, low molecular fraction below 5 kD, actovegin, subchronic stomach ulcer, reparation, alkaline phosphatase, TBA-active products.
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