Nina A Beketova

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Oral treatment with lycopene (per os) in doses of 10 or 50 mg/kg for 2 weeks led to accumulation of lycopene in the liver, liver microsomes, and blood plasma, increased total plasma antioxidant activity, inhibited LPO in the liver, and decreased solubilization of lysosomal enzymes. Lycopene had no effect on ex vivo resistance of liver microsomes to LPO and(More)
A vitamin status was studied in 32 children of both sexes at the age of 9-15 years with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus within 2-3 years. The adequate consumption of all the vitamins studied was found only in two children. Polyhypovitaminosis was detected in 19% of these children. Deterioration of riboflavin metabolism observed was manifest, as a(More)
Dietary administration of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (EPA + DHA, 1,2:1) at dose 0.3 or 1 g/kg bw during 4 weeks led to minor (by 14% and 17%, p<0.05) decrease of serum antioxidant capacity and serum level of vitamin E (by 30% and 31%, p<0.05) and the activity of paraoxonase-1 (by 14% at 0.3 g/kg bw, p<0.05). The activity of antioxidant enzymes in(More)
The sufficiency of 169 athletes (six disciplines: bullet shooting, biathlon, bobsleigh, skeleton, freestyle skiing, snowboarding) with vitamins A, E, C, B2, and beta-carotene has been investigated in April-September 2013. All athletes (102 juniors, mean age--18.5 +/- 0.3 years, and 67 adult high-performance athletes, mean age--26.8 +/- 0.7 years) were(More)
Provision of vitamins in patients with type 2 diabetes has been investigated. It has been shown that in substantial examined patients the decrease of vitamins C, B2, beta-carotene provision has been observed. Obtained results are evidence about a need of the optimization of vitamin status in patients with type 2 diabetes.
The full replacement of fatty component of a diet (sunflower-seed oil and lard 1:1) on enriched with alpha-tocopherol acetate fish oil under additional coenzyme Q10 intake led to the strengthening of lipid peroxidation (LP) and to some decrease of vitamins A and E level in liver and blood serum whereas replacement by linen oil was accompanied by the(More)
Water-soluble group B vitamins metabolism was studied over the course of streptozotocin-induced diabetes mellitus in rats fed semisynthetic isocaloric diets containing 18 and 50% of protein. A high-protein diet in diabetes mellitus does not influence riboflavin metabolism disordered in this disease but reduced 4-pyridoxyl acid excretion to the level(More)
Chromosome aberrations in donor peripheral blood lymphocyte culture were evaluated before, 14 and 30 days after treatment with a vitamin/mineral complex. Treatment with the complex had no effect on spontaneous level of aberrant cells. The number of chromosome aberrations induced by dioxidine or cadmium chloride in vitro at the G2 stage decreased on days 14(More)
There was no differences of principle in vitamin status of population living in 'zones of strict control' (Brjanskaja, Mogilevskaja, Gomel'skaja regions) and Moscow's population. Mean indices of vitamin C, A, E, B1 and carotene status in children and adults were not differed in two groups of population. But vitamin B2 and niacin status in Moscow's adults(More)
We explored the characteristics of the vitamin status in 471 patients with cardiovascular diseases, according to sex, and BMI values. All patients underwent examination of the system Nutritest-IP: studying their actual meals at home, determined anthropometric measurement, body composition, using biochemical methods evaluated the state of the protein, lipid(More)