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Volume 5
Issue 1
Online publication date 2011-03-01
Title Influence of some vegetable extracts from Uzbekistan’s flora on blood lipid spectrum of under experimental endogenous and ethanol hyperlipidemia
Author Adolat Ziyaeva, Nosir Yuldashev
Abstract The paper discusses results of screening research made in vegetable extracts of Uzbekistan’s flora in order to expose new, effective antiatherosclerotic drugs. The hypolipidemic feature in 106 vegetable extracts were researched in vivo mice with endogenous and ethanol hyperlipidemia with the definition of the content of overall cholesterol, triglycerides, general lipids and cholesterol lipoproteins in high concentration.
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Keywords Vegetable extracts, lipids, hyperlipidemia, ceruloplasmin, peroxide hemolysis of erythrocytes
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