Jun 1, 1977

Effect of repeated doses of ATP on serum protein pattern and fat content of the liver in experimental diabetes

Zeitschrift für Ernährungswissenschaft
H TahaniM Tallaat

Abstract

A comparison of serum protein fractions (electrophoretic separation) between control and mild alloxan-diabetic rats examined 10 days after alloxan indicates a decrease in total protein, a decrease in percentage albumin accompanied by a decrease in A/G ratio. In severe diabetic rats examined 48 hours after the administration of alloxan, there were no changes in total protein or in serum-protein fractions. The changes in the serum protein and serum albumin in mild diabetic cases are not the result of the degree of diabetes only. But they are rather explained by the longer time interval of the uncontrolled diabetic state. ATP administered to mild diabetic rats producing the following changes: two injections of 5 mg per rat exhibit a lowering effect on the blood glucose, with a decrease in liver fat. ATP resulted also in a significant increase in serum albumin and a decrease in beta-globulin with a consequent increase in the A/G ratio. Comparison of the different protein fractions of male and female control rats did not show any significant difference. ATP administered to control animals did not alter the normal electrophoretic pattern.

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Serum Albumin Measurement
Albumin/Globulin Ratio
Serum Proteins
Streptozotocin Diabetes
Beta Globulin
Pseudoglobulins
Alb
Plasma Albumin
Blood Glucose Measurement
Alloxan

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