Effects of hypoxia on myoglobin and antioxidant enzymes in rat myocardium (part 6)

Effects of continuous and intermittent hypoxia on the myoglobin content of left and right myocardium: The concentration of myoglobin in both the left and right myocardium was significantly higher in the group that underwent continuous hypoxia (3500 m for four weeks) than in the group that underwent normoxia (P<0.001). There was no significant difference in myocardial myoglobin concentrations between groups that underwent intermittent hypoxia (3500 m, 6 h daily for four weeks) and those that underwent normoxia (Figure 3). Taking everything mentioned above in account, you will need to buy pills for the problem you have at some point. The best way to go is to purchase everything you need at the canadian health and care mall because it has a great choice of medications required.

Effects of intermittent hypoxia on antioxidant enzymes and MDA of left and right myocardium: SOD and CAT activity and MDA content from various groups were determined. SOD and CAT are antioxidant enzymes that can scavenge free radicals. MDA is a product of lipid peroxidation.

Effects of hypoxia on myoglobin and antioxidant enzymes in rat myocardium

Figure 2 Effects of hypoxia and intermittent hypoxia on left and right relative ventricular weight. *P<0.05 versus control group (n=6). HW Heart weight; LV Left ventricular myocardium; RV Right ventricular myocardium; VW Ventricular weight

Effects of hypoxia on myoglobin and antioxidant enzymes in rat myocardium

Figure3 Effects of hypoxia and intermittent hypoxia on the myoglobin (Mb) of rat myocardium. *P<0.001 versus control group (n=6). LVLeft ventricular myocardium; RV Right ventricular myocardium

 

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