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2 September 2008 Influence of styryl dyes on blood erythrocytes
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It was studied the influence of F, Sbt, Sil, Sbo monomer and homodimer Dst-5, Dst-10, Dbt-5, Dbt-10, Dil-10, Dbo-10 styryl dyes on blood erythrocytes of white rats. It was shown that the homodimer styryl dyes Dst-5, Dbt-5 and Dbo-10 decrease the erythrocytes quantity by 1.5-2 times more as compared with monomer dyes Sbt and Sbo. The main cause of dyes different action is the different oxidation degree of intracellular hemoglobin evoked by these dyes. It was established that the observed effects was connected with different penetration of these dyes through membrane of erythrocytes and with interaction of these dyes with albumin localized in membranes of cells.
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Negmat Nizomov, Mubaro Barakaeva, Eldar N. Kurtaliev, Sherzod I. Rahimov, Dilorom P. Khakimova, Gayrat Khodjayev, and Valeriy N. Yashchuk "Influence of styryl dyes on blood erythrocytes", Proc. SPIE 7049, Linear and Nonlinear Optics of Organic Materials VIII, 70490W (2 September 2008); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.793955
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