V. S. Serikov

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Effects of melatonin on changes in the liver structures were studied in stress-resistant and stress-sensitive rats exposed to chronic stress. It was found that the number of degenerative cells increased and intralobular sinusoidal capillary enlarged in the liver of animals of both groups. These parameters were significantly higher in stress-sensitive rats.(More)
It was established that the modeling of the repeated immobilization stress is accompanied by the increase of the content of lipid peroxidation metabolites and the decrease of antioxidant enzymes activity (superoxiddismutase and catalase) in both blood plasma and liver tissue. Intraperitoneal melatonin injections in the doses 0.2 or 1 mg/kg during 7 days(More)
The modeling of acute immobilization stress caused the increase of the content of lipid peroxidation metabolites and the decrease of the activity of superoxiddismutase and catalase in liver tissue within 4 days after stress. Melatonin in dose 0.2 mg/kg had a weak antioxidant effect and increased superoxiddismutase activity. The injection of melatonin in(More)
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