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Antioxidant defense system in tissues of semiaquatic mammals
Activity of antioxidant enzymes (superoxide dismutase and catalase) and low molecular weight antioxidants (tocopherol and retinol) was studied in tissues of 8 semiaquatic mammalian species. InExpand
Constant darkness conditions modulate the effects of melatonin and luzindole on the antioxidant enzyme activities and levels of retinol and α-tocopherol in rats
This study was conducted to evaluate the effects of both exogenous melatonin and melatonin receptor antagonist luzindole on the activities of antioxidant enzymes (AOE) (superoxide dismutase, SOD;Expand
Comparative Research into the Effect of Vitamins A and E on the Differential Leucocyte Count and the Morphometric Parameters of Lymphocytes in Carnivorous Mammals (Carnivora)
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The added vitamin A into the diet of mink and silver fox and vitamin E into only mink’s diet led to an increase in the surface area of lymphocytes and, in some cases, their nuclei, which was accompanied by a rise in the cytoplasm size in mink cells. Expand
Effect of vitamin E supplementation on α-tocopherol status and tissue antioxidants in American minks ( Neovison vison )
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Dietary vitamin E intake over 2 weeks considerably changed the TCP status of the liver and kidneys and had tissue-specific action on measured antioxidants in minks, indicating an enhancement in the nonenzymatic part of the antioxidant network. Expand
THE ECO-PHYSIOLOGICAL STATUS OF HIBERNATING BATS ( CHIROPTERA ) IN THE NORTH OF THE EUROPEAN DISTRIBUTION RANGE
The chiropteran fauna in hibernacula in Karelia is chiefly made up of widespread sedentary boreal species – the northern bat Eptesicus nilssonii (Keyserling & Blasius, 1839), Brandt’s bat MyotisExpand
Species-specific features of tocopherol content in carnivorous mammals in autumn
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It was shown that the polar fox, as compared with the silver fox and mink, exhibits a higher ability to reserve vitamin E, which allows considering its essential role in stabilization of the antioxidant system and ensuring thereby a seasonal cold resistance. Expand
Effect of Long-Term Light Deprivation on α-Tocopherol Content in Rats during Ontogeny
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The modulating effect of light deprivation on the level of α-tocopherol can be associated both with the impact of disturbed circadian rhythms and with increased content of melatonin in the body. Expand
[Influence of prenatal and postnatal illumination on male rat physiologycal parameters].
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The results of testicular development of male rat indicate less sensitivity to light condition in the prenatal period compared to the postnatal ontogenesis. Expand
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