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open-access-imgOpen AccessChanges of indicators of the oxidative status of rats in experimentaltype 2 diabetes and their correction by a selenium-chrome-lipid substances from Chlorella vulgaris Beij
O. I. Bodnar,
O. Ya. Lukashiv,
G. B. Vinyarska,
V. V. Grubinko
Publication year2017
Publication title
medical and clinical chemistry
Resource typeJournals
PublisherTernopil State Medical University
Introduction. Receiving effective medicines of natural origin is of great importance in modern medicine and pharmacy. It is important to investigate the causes of origin and occurrence of type 2diabetes, that leads to the development of complex concomitant diseases and complications in patients’ organism, primarily metabolic and regulatory. One of the most promising ways to achieve a balanced diet and prevent metabolic disorders is to use biologically active additives (BAAs) made on a basis of unicellular algae. In such BAAs, all minerals are of natural origin and are in the bound form of natural complexes with proteins, carbohydrates or lipids.The aim of the study – to assessthe oxidative processes status in rats with type 2 diabetes mellitus with obesity under the influence of the seleniumchromlipid complex from Chlorella vulgarisBeij.and inorganic compounds of chromium and selenium.Research Methods. The experiment was performed using conventional hydrobiological methods of algae cultivation, separation of lipids from algae biomass by chloroform-methanol mixture using the Folch method, modeling the pathology of streptozotocine induced diabetes mellitus, studying oxidative processes in blood and liver of rats (determination of catalase, superoxide dismutase, glutathione peroxidase activity, thiobarbituricacid-reactive substances (TBARS) , diene conjugates and restored glutathione) after the corresponding intragastric administration ofseleniumchromlipid substance that was obtained from chlorella.Results and Discussion. The results of the conducted studies showed a positive effect of seleniumchromlipid substance obtained from chlorella for the simulation of type 2 diabetes on the background of obesity. Under these conditions, the body oxidative status indicators in rats comparing with the indicators in animals with diabetes improved, but remained lower than in healthy animals of control group. The mentioned complex leads to the normalization of a number of metabolism indicators and reduction of intoxication background, which accompanies hyperglycemic pathology.Conclusions. Lipid substances obtained from algae and enriched with trace elements are promising in the prevention and correction of metabolic and regulatory processes. 
Subject(s)algae , antioxidant , biochemistry , biology , botany , catalase , chemistry , chlorella , chlorella vulgaris , diabetes mellitus , endocrinology , food science , glutathione peroxidase , oxidative phosphorylation , physiology

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