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Determination of Mitochondrial Functional State in Vital Tissues by Cytobiochemical Analysis of Peripheral Blood Lymphocytes

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In the work, we offer a brief report by research results demonstrating correlations between energy status of peripheral blood lymphocytes and functional state of vital tissues mitochondria. Basing on our preliminary data, showing correlations between succinate dehydrogenase (SDH) activity in peripheral blood lymphocytes and speed or duration of pyridine nucleotides reduction in mitochondria of rat brain and liver tissues, we propose an idea of using cytobiochemical method of SDH estimation in peripheral blood lymphocytes for evaluation of tissue mitochondria status. The method could be successfully used in clinical practice for early revealing of energy metabolism disturbances that allows preventing disease development and optimizing the diseases therapy.

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G. Frelikh, E. Yanovskaya, N. Polomeeva, M. Timofeev, V. Slepichev, O. Bryushinina, Y. Zyuz’kova, R. Gurto, A. Vasil’ev, E. Semiglazova and V. Udut, "Determination of Mitochondrial Functional State in Vital Tissues by Cytobiochemical Analysis of Peripheral Blood Lymphocytes," Open Journal of Endocrine and Metabolic Diseases, Vol. 3 No. 2A, 2013, pp. 10-13. doi: 10.4236/ojemd.2013.32A002.

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