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Oxidative carbonylation of proteins in muscle tissues with pronounced hyperhomocysteinemia

Journal: I.P. Pavlov Russian Medical Biological Herald (Vol.23, No. 1)

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Page : 45-51

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Oxidative modification of proteins (OMP) in myocardium, skeletal muscle and aortic wall in rats with pronounced hyperhomocysteinemia accompanied by increased formation of free radicals, which follows to developing of oxidative stress, was found. 8ignificant increasing content of dynitrophenylhydrasons principal at the expense of primary markers of oxidative stress (ADNPH) in experimental group was detected. It enable us to speak about persistence fragments of oxidativly damaged proteins in muscle tissue. Content of secondary markers (KDNPH) also increased. Development of intensive oxidative damage accompanied by additional formation of aggregated molecules and also weakness of reserve -adaptative potential all investigated muscle tissues were shown.

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