[Vitamin E and propolis as antioxidants after excessive administration of polyunsaturated fatty acids].

Abstract

Polyunsaturated fatty acids included into animals' ration (10% of linethol) intensified lipid peroxidation and increased the activity of cathepsin D, an enzyme responsible for protein and lipid degradation in the cell. Vitamin E stabilized the impaired processes. Biologically active complex of propolis produced a similar effect, however, decreased protein synthesis and a tendency to animals' body mass increment have evidenced a more pronounced antioxidative action as compared to that of vitamin E.

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@article{Okonenko1988VitaminEA, title={[Vitamin E and propolis as antioxidants after excessive administration of polyunsaturated fatty acids].}, author={L B Okonenko and B. B. Aidarkhanov and A. A. Rakhmetova and S Sh Zhakisheva and Zh S Iksymbaeva}, journal={Voprosy pitaniia}, year={1988}, volume={4}, pages={68-70} }