Characteristic Properties of «Enoant» Bioflavonoids in Alcoholic Liver
Keywords:Alcoholic liver damage, Liver tissue morphology, Concentrate of bioflavonoids “Enoant”, Antioxidant properties of bioflavonoids, Toxicology, Liver pathology.
At present, the question of the effectiveness of the use of bioflavonoids in the treatment of the alcoholic
liver disease is of practical interest and attention from modern medicine. Aim of our research is to analyse
the antioxidant properties of Enoant in alcoholic liver and to establish the ultra morphostructural changes
in liver tissue. Materials and methods - assessment of changes in alcohol-impaired rat liver were studied
before and after administration of Enoant bioflavonoid concentrate. Results - The positive effect of “Enoant”
is explained by the antioxidant properties of bioflavonoids, their ability to reduce peroxidation of proteins,
stimulate reparative processes, activate protein synthesis and enhance the system of antioxidant protection
of hepatocytes. All this allows to attribute the concentrate of bioflavonoids “Enoant” to highly active
hepatoprotectors and is of practical interest at all stages of treatment of patients with different stages of liver
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