Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Nerve tissue growth factors as markers of evaluation of neuro-genesis processes in traumatic spinal cord disease

Year: 2014, volume 10 Issue: №3 Pages: 446-449
Heading: Traumatology and Orthopedics Article type: Original article
Authors: Uljanov V.Yu., Norkin I.A., Drozdova G.A., Konjuchenko E.A.
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Objective: immunological differentiation effects regeneration of nerve tissue in the acute and early periods of traumatic spinal cord disease on the basis of assessment of the dynamics of content neurospecific proteins in serum affected. Material and Methods. Content of neurospecific proteins in the blood serum has been studied by enzyme immunoassay in 40 patients with spinal cord injuries. Results. Dynamics and quantitative changes in the content of chronometric neurospecific proteins in serum of patients in acute and early periods of traumatic spinal cord disease is characterized by two-phase increase in the concentration CNTF; monotonic increase in the content of NT-3 in all periods of observation; biphasic increase in the levels of NT-4 to 1-4th and 14-th day from the date of injury. Conclusion. Complex research of neurospecific levels of proteins in the serum allows one to evaluate selectively the individual components of the process of regeneration of nerve tissue in acute and early periods of traumatic spinal cord disease.

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