Physiological and morphological changes of internal organs in rats of their poisoning by lead on the background of use the nanoenterosorbent “Ingo-2”
AbstractIn this research work the first time conducted research on the effect oflead on the animal organism. It was shown that lead adversely affects thequality and quantity of blood and organs of animals, and also found that ahigh-performance carbon “Ingo-2” nanostructured nanoenterosorbent hasgood corrective properties, restores homeostasis and contributes to thecompensatory-adaptive reactions. The paper was also investigated effectsof lead on the morphology of the internal organs of the animal organism.When comparing the actions identified reversible pathological changesobserved and lead to signs of hydropic, and then the protein dystrophyplethora of vessels, the appearance of certain inflammatory infiltrates.However, these changes are reversible, are compensatory-adaptive natureand disappear after a single exposure nanoenterosorbent “Ingo-2.” A studythat nanoenterosorbent “Ingo-2” has a strong universal sorption properties.In the lumen of the gastrointestinal tract it can bind and excrete comingfrom outside and formed inside the toxic substances of different nature, including lead. The studies we were first identified particular mechanisms ofaction nanoenterosorbenta “Ingo-2” on the morphological and physiological performance of internal organs in animals. Based on the data obtainedproved that nanoenterosorbent “Ingo-2” with a single fed to rats causes thetissues in the esophagus, stomach, heart, kidneys and liver minor changesmorphophysiological compensatory and adaptive nature, which are shortand completely reversible.Key words: chemical pollutants, enterosorption, ecological crisis, hematology, human ecology, heavy metals, industrial waste, lead, morphology, neinteresant “Ingo-2”.
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ABLAIKHANOVA N.T., MATAYEVA K.S.,, Ablaikhanova N.T., Tussupbekova G.A., Esimsiitova Z.B., Tuleukhanov S.T.,. Physiological and morphological changes of internal organs in rats of their poisoning by lead on the background of use the nanoenterosorbent “Ingo-2”. Eurasian Journal of Ecology, [S.l.], v. 49, n. 4, p. 26-36, nov. 2018. ISSN 2617-7358. Available at: <http://bulletin-ecology.kaznu.kz/index.php/1-eco/article/view/899>. Date accessed: 22 jan. 2019.
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