N. A. Beketova

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Wistar male rats were fed semisynthetic diet with different fat content for 6 weeks: fat-free, 10%, and 30% fat (sunflower oil and lard, 1:1). Increasing fat content was associated with an increase in ethoxyresofurin-O-dealkylase (EROD) activity of CYP1A1, methoxyresofurin-Odealkylase (MROD) activity of CYP1A2, and 6β-testosterone-hydroxylase (6β-TH)(More)
In rats with profound vitamin deficiency, blood plasma level of triglycerides significantly decreased by 1.6 times, potassium ions by 5%, uric acid by 23%, ALT and AST by1.4 times, while the levels of glucose increased by 32%, iron by 31%, urea by 58%, and alkaline phosphatase by19%. Plasma level of phosphorus tended to decrease and ionized calcium(More)
A 5-fold decrease of the content of vitamin mixture in the ration and exclusion of vitamin E from this mixture over 4 weeks led to a significant growth delay in rats initially weighing 58.1±0.5 g, but was inessential for the growth rates of animals weighing 107.1±1.1 g. The decrease in the levels of vitamins A and B2 in the liver and of 25-hydroxyvitamin D(More)
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