2006, Volume 9, Issue 17+18
Deuterium’s Depletion Effects at Rats With Experimentally Inducted Chronical Inflammation
National Institute of Cryogenics & Isotopic Technologies, Rm. Valcea
*Corresponding author: Radu Tamaian, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPublished: October 2006
Until 90’s didn’t exist the deuterium’s quantity reduction possibilities from biological systems’ external or internal medium. Concomitant with deuterium depleted water’s apparition, it was obtained a quick and easy method of deuterium’s reduction in biological systems through the adiministration of deuterium depleted water (DDW) in growth/culture medium or in drinkable water. Experiment’s purpose was some immunitary parameters research at some laboratory animals with experimental chronical inflammation. As a result of DDW’s administration it was observed, at experiment animals, important stimulant effects on immunitary System (IS). IS inducementwas produced on unspecific path, at the end of the experiments not being detected any influence on specific immunity parameters. Hematopoesis inducementby DDW can have special implications in affections associated with medular hypofunction.
Deuterium’s depletion, immunitary response.
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