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ECPB 2015, 71(3): 40–46
https://doi.org/10.25040/ecpb2015.03.040
Clinical physiology and biochemistry

Fatty-acid spectrum of lipids plasma and blood erytrocytes in Patients Suffering from caseousus pneumonia, unaffected by the consequences of the Chernobyl accident, and Comparison between their Indexes

PIKAS O., BRIUZGINA T.
Abstract

Objective: the studies were aimed at investigating and evaluating peculiar features of changes in spectrum fatty acid of lipids plasma and blood erythrocytes in suffering from caseousus pneumonia, unaffected by the consequences of the Chernobyl accident.

Materials and methods. Were examined 103 (62,4 %) healthy people (group І) and 62 (37,6 %) patients with caseousus pneumonia, unaffected by the consequences of the Chernobyl accident (group ІІ). Fatty-acid composition of plasma lipids in suffering from caseousus pneumonia to study by the biochemical method using a gas-liquid chromatograph “Cvet – 500”.

Results and discussion. The results obtained showed disorders in metabolism of higher fatty acids of lipids plasma and blood erythrocytes in suffering from caseousus pneumonia, unaffected by the consequences of the Chernobyl accident. In both healthy persons fatty-acids spectrum of lipids demonstrated unidirectional in lipids plasma and blood erythrocytes. In patients with caseousus pneumonia, unaffected by the consequences of the Chernobyl accident, fatty-acids spectrum demonstrated unidirectional changes in their ratio both of lipids plasma and blood erythrocytes: we noted a significant elevation in total saturated fatty acid at the expense against a background of an reduction in total unsaturated fatty acids as well and total polyunsaturated fatty acid contents.

Conclusions. A comparative analysis of individual fatty acid contents, total saturated fatty acid contents, total unsaturated fatty acid contents and total polyunsaturated fatty acid contents of lipids plasma and blood erythrocytes іn patients with caseousus pneumonia, unaffected by the consequences of the Chernobyl accident, determines the greater sensitivity of erythrocytes to lipid per oxidation and indicated a possibility for the reliable use of blood erythrocytes as a non-invasive biological object for stydying lipid turnover.

Keywords: fatty acid, plasma, blood erythrocytes, caseousus pneumonia, unaffected by the consequences of the Chernobyl accident

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