The Glutathione Peroxidase, Glutathione Reductase and Glutathione-s-Transferase Activity in Liver, Kidney and Testes of Male Rats Intoxicated by Cadmium Chloride and Effect of Leek(Allium Odorum L. )

카드뮴에 중독된 웅성 흰 쥐의 간, 신장 및 고환의 Glutathione Peroxidase, Glutathione Reduetase, and Glutathione-s-Transferasea의 활성도와 부추의 효과

  • 안령미 (동덕여자대학교)
  • Published : 1992.04.01

Abstract

Effect of freeze drying leek against cadmium poisoning on glutathione peroxidase, on glutathione reductase and on glutathione-s-transferase in liver, kidney and testes of the male rats during the administered period. In this experiment, male rats of Sprague-Dawley strain were used. The rats which were fed for 15 weeks were divided into 4 groups basal diet 3% leek added diet basal diet and cadmium in water and 3% leek added diet and cadmium in water. Cadmium was administered ad libitum 100ppm CdCl$_{2}$ in distilled water. The followings are the result of this experiment. 1. Leek enhanced the glutathione peroxidase activities which were reduced by cadmium treatment in liver, kidney and testes but not significance. 2. Leek reduced glutathione reductase activities which were incresed by cadmium in liver, kidney and testes. 3. Leek incresed the activities of glutathfone-s-transferase in liver but not in kidney and but not in testes. 4. Leek incresed glutathione concentration which was decresed by cadmium treatment in liver and kidney but not testes. This experiment showed that leek-addition group had protective effect against cadmium poisoning and alleviated GR and glutathione-s-transferase activities in tissues. Leek incresed activities of glutathione peroxidase in liver, kidney and testes but not significance. Therefore, this experiment concluded that leek defensive power against long term cadmium poisoning.

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