||Effect of the Removal of the Adrenal Glands on the Copper, Zinc, and Iron Content in the Animal Brain (Vliyanie Udaleniya Nadpochechnykh Zhelez na Soderzhanie Medi, Tsinka i Zheleza v Golovnom Mozgu Zhivotnykh).
Voroshilovskaya, S. P. ;
Raitses., V. S. ;
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Adrenal gland ;
Experimental data ;
Laboratory animals ;
Central nervous system ;
Trace elements ;
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||Both complete and partial removal of the adrenal glands in the rabbit leads to development of a deficit of zinc in the brain tissue and an increase in the iron content. Copper and iron, as metallic components, go into the makeup of a number of oxidative enzymes and play an important role in the processes of tissue respiration. It may be assumed that the above-mentioned changes in the quantitative content of copper, zinc, and iron in the animal brain following epinephrectomy are of definite significance in the pathogenesis of morpho-functional disturbances of the brain, especially its higher sections, which are observed in the case of insufficient function of the adrenal glands.
||Trans. of Patologicheskaya Fiziologiya i Eksperimentalnaya Terapiya (USSR) v10(6) p78-80 1966.
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