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AGE CHANGES IN STRENGTH OF MONOAMINE OXIDASE AND BUTYRYLCHOLIN ESTERASE IN CHILDREN LIVING IN NORTH OF RUSSIA



S.I. Soroko
B.N. Kormilitsyn
O.V. Yagodina
soroko@iephb.ru
boris@iephb.ru
yagod@iephb.ru
Head of the Laboratory of Comparative Ecological and Physiological Studies, the Sechenov Institute of Evolutionary Physiology and Biochemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Winner of the USSR State Prize, Doctor of Medicine, professor
researcher, the Laboratory of Functional Biochemistry of the Sechenov Institute of Evolutionary Physiology and Biochemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences
senior researcher, the Laboratory of Functional Biochemistry of the Sechenov Institute of Evolutionary Physiology and Biochemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, PhD in Biology
Saint-Petersburg
Saint-Petersburg
Saint-Petersburg

Keywords:

  • the north
  • children
  • age biochemistry
  • monoamine oxidase
  • butyrylcholin esterase
  • functional systems
  • ferment strength
  • hormonal state
  • morphometric parameters
  • adrenergic claspin exchange
  • inactivation of biogenic amines
  • We present the results of biochemical studies of changes in the strength of the key enzyme in adrenergic claspin exchange of monoamine oxidase and the liver enzyme butyrylcholin esterase in children and adolescents of different age living in the European North of the Russian Federation. The obtained results show slower development of nervous, hormone and immune systems in children and teenagers as well as a certain developmental retardation in developing the biochemical state. We tend to attribute it to extremely severe climate conditions and difficult social and economic conditions not only resulting in high level of strain of regulatory functions of all body systems but also affecting the pace of their morphofunctional development.