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Glutathione-S-Transferase and Thiol Stress in patients with acute renal failure

Prakash, M and Kedage, V and Muttigi, MS and Nataraj, K and Baig, WW and Attur, RP (2010) Glutathione-S-Transferase and Thiol Stress in patients with acute renal failure. [Journal (On-line/Unpaginated)]

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Introduction: Tubular damage is common finding in acute renal failure (ARF). Various etiologies have been put forth to explain the tubular damage in ARF, one important mechanism among them is oxidative damage to renal tubules. Several biomolecules including low-molecular weight peptides and enzymes in urine have been proposed as early markers of renal failure. Current study has been undertaken to study the thiol stress and glutathione-S-transferase (GST) levels in ARF patients. Method: 58 ARF patients and 55 healthy controls were selected based on inclusion and exclusion criteria. Serum thiols, GST, malanoldehyde (MDA) and urine thiols were determined by spectrophotometer based methods. Results: Serum thiols and urine thiols were significantly decreased (p<0.0001), and serum GST and MDA levels were significantly increased (p<0.0001) in ARF patients compared to healthy controls. Serum GST and MDA correlated positively in ARF cases (r2 = 0.6938, p<0.0001). Conclusion: There is significant thiol stress and increased lipid peroxidation in ARF patients which leads to tubular cell membrane damage and release of GST into blood stream and into urine. This may be possible mechanism for the increased presence of GST in urine (enzymuria) found in other studies

Item Type:Journal (On-line/Unpaginated)
Keywords:Glutathione-S-transferase; thiol stress; acute renal failure; urine thiols
Subjects:JOURNALS > Online Journal of Health and Allied Sciences
ID Code:7009
Deposited By:Kakkilaya Bevinje, Dr. Srinivas
Deposited On:13 Sep 2010 04:51
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:57

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