Features of structural and functional changes in the liver in experimental chronic alcoholism and application solution bubbled xenon


  • А. I. Gozhenko
  • А. А. Vasilev
  • B. А. Nasibullin
Keywords: chronic alcoholization, liver, molecules of average weight

Abstract

The authors studied the effect of xenon on the structural and functional characterization of the liver on 67 white rats with chronic alcoholization. The positive effect of xenon was achieved and it was expressed in the disappearance of lipid and hyaline introduction in the liver tissue and reactivation of normal blood supply. Metabolic processes were also reactivated - it is evidenced by the transamination responsiveness at the control level and lower in comparison with the level of self-alcoholization molecules of average weight. The authors connect the positive effect of the xenon action with its ability to bind certain cellular receptors and thereby reactivate manageability of vital processes of liver cells.

Published
2017-10-27
How to Cite
GozhenkoА. I., VasilevА. А., & NasibullinB. А. (2017). Features of structural and functional changes in the liver in experimental chronic alcoholism and application solution bubbled xenon. Reports of Morphology, 21(1), 102-105. Retrieved from https://morphology-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/109
Section
ORIGINAL INVESTIGATIONS