Активность ферментов глутатионового обмена в форменных элементах крови у больных с поздно манифестирующей шизофренией.

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Терешкина Е.Б., Савушкина О.К., Бокша И.С., Прохорова Т.А., Шешенин В.С., Почуева В.В., Воробьева Е.А., Бурбаева Г.Ш. Активность ферментов глутатионового обмена в форменных элементах крови у больных с поздно манифестирующей шизофренией. // Российский психиатрический журнал. 2020. №6. С. 73-81.

Аннотация

В оригинальном исследовании с целью изучения активности глутатионредуктазы и глутатион-S-трансферазы в тромбоцитах и эритроцитах было обследовано 17 пациенток с поздно манифестирующей шизофренией (основная группа) и 19 женщин без психических и неврологических заболеваний (группа сравнения). Активность тромбоцитарной глутатион-S-трансферазы в основной группе связана с возрастом манифестации заболевания и относительно группы сравнения значительно и достоверно снижена. В подгруппе больных с относительно более ранней манифестацией заболевания (до 60 лет) активность тромбоцитарной глутатионредуктазы оказалась достоверно снижена. Результаты важны для оценки степени поражения глутатионового звена антиоксидантной системы у больных в пожилом возрасте.

Ключевые слова глутатионредуктаза; глутатион-S-трансфераза; эритроциты; тромбоциты; шизофрения; поздняя шизофрения

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