Features of the organization of the nuclear chromatin of the small and large intestine epithelial cells in patients with pulmonary tuberculosis


  • L. D. Todoriko
  • O. V. Pidverbetska
  • O. V. Besedinska
Keywords: pulmonary tuberculosis, the organization of nuclear chromatin, epithelial cells of small and large intestine

Abstract

To assess the degree of organization of nuclear chromatin of epithelial cells of the small and large intestine we measured the coefficient of the core optical color density variations, which was significantly higher in patients with multi drug resistant and extensively drug resistant tuberculosis and co-infection HIV/tuberculosis compared with patients with newly diagnosed tuberculosis with preserved sensitivity, indicating the decreased activity of the nucleus of these cells towards DNA attract to proliferative and nonproliferative (synthetic) processes and creates a substrate for epithelial dysfunction of the small and large intestines.

Published
2017-10-27
How to Cite
Todoriko, L. D., Pidverbetska, O. V., & Besedinska, O. V. (2017). Features of the organization of the nuclear chromatin of the small and large intestine epithelial cells in patients with pulmonary tuberculosis. Reports of Morphology, 22(1), 68-70. Retrieved from https://morphology-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/230
Section
ORIGINAL INVESTIGATIONS