Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Apoptosis and premature aging in patients with metabolic syndrome

Year: 2012, volume 8 Issue: №2 Pages: 251-255
Heading: Internal Diseases Article type: Original article
Authors: Chernysheva E.N., Panova T.N.
Organization: Astrakhan State Medical University

The Research Objective: Correlation of apoptosis and senilism in patients with metabolic syndrome has been studied. Materials. Apoptosis inductor protein p53 concentration, insulin level in blood serum, biological age, ageing rate coefficient of 270 patients with metabolic syndrome of the age from 30 till 60 have been determined. Among them there have been 162 men and 108 women. Ageing rate coefficient and biological age have been calculated by A. G. Gorel-kin's and Pinchasov's formulae, protein p53 concentration and insulin in blood serum have been determined by enzyme multiplied immunoassay method. Results. Protein p53 concentration of the patients with metabolic syndrome has been increased and worked out 1,59 (1,361,91) U/ml, biological age, ageing rate coefficient have been increased — biological age to 6 years, ageing rate coefficient has been 1,32. Conclusion. These patients have been referred to the group with high risk of early pathology development because the processes of senilism are proleptic. The direct connection between protein p 53 and ageing rate coefficient (r+0,63, p< 0,05) and between apoptosis marker protein p53 and biological age (r+0,6, p< 0,05) have been determined.

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