Sambe Asha Devi

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We have evaluated the effect of exercise, Vitamin E and a combination of both on the antioxidant enzymes (AOEs)-superoxide dismutase (SOD), glutathione peroxidase (GSH-Px) and catalase (CAT) along with the products of lipid peroxidation (LP)-malondialdehyde (MDA) and lipofuscin-like auto fluorescent substances (LF-like AFS) in discrete brain regions of rats(More)
The effect of vitamin E on the accumulation of lipofuscin-containing fluorescent material in the mouse cerebral cortical cells in primary culture was studied. Fluorescent material was extracted in ethanol:diethylether (3:1) and autofluorescence intensity of the extracts was measured by a spectrofluorophotometer. Although vitamin E at the concentration of(More)
Exercise has beneficial effects on brain function, including the promotion of plasticity and the enhancement of learning and memory performance. To further explore the molecular changes in the protein expression levels in the cerebral cortex of physically trained rats, male Wistar rats 8 months old were selected and subjected to swimming training in a(More)
The responses of the left and right ventricles (LV and RV) to physical conditioning in cold (25 degrees C) and thermoneutral temperatures (35 degrees C), with special reference to lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) and its isoenzyme profile, were studied in the 2-month (young)- and 12-month (middle-aged)-old rats. Moderate hypertrophy was a common observation(More)
This study investigated the effects of combined supplementation with vitamin E and C against oxidative stress (OS) caused by intermittent cold exposure (ICE) in the hypothalamus (HY) of aging male Wistar rats [adult (3-months), middle-aged (18-months) and old (24-months)]. Each age was divided into sub-groups: control (CON), cold-exposed at 10 °C (C10),(More)
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