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In vivo biochemical evaluations of some β-lactam group antibiotics on glutathione reductase and glutathione S- transferase enzyme activities
- Türkan, Fikret, Huyut, Zübeyir, Huyut, Mehmet Tahir, Calimli, Mehmet Harbi
- Life sciences 2019 v.231 pp. 116572
- brain, cefazolin, cefoperazone, cefuroxime, computer software, drugs, enzyme activity, eyes, glutathione, glutathione-disulfide reductase, in vivo studies, muscles, rats, tissues, transferases
- The aim of this study was to investigate whether some of the cephalosporin group antibiotics have inhibition effects on GR and GST enzymes with important functions in the metabolic pathway.In this study, some selected cephalosporin group antibiotics on GST and GR enzyme was carried out using 96 rats. 16 groups (16 × 6) were created from these rats, divided to another 4 groups (4 × 24). The resulting groups were named as sham groups, cefazolin groups, cefuroxime groups and cefoperazone groups, respectively. The antibiotics used were injected to cefazolin, cefuroxime and cefoperazone groups. The inhibition effects of the antibiotics were measured in the different time intervals (1st, 3th, 5th, 7th). The statistical investigation of the results was performed using the SPSS software program.Results revealed the complex effects of the tested substances on GR and GST activity at different time intervals and in different tissues (p < 0.05). This indicated that the tested substances could be exposed to different interactions in vivo.The tested antibiotics showed some significant inhibition effects on the GST and GR enzyme activity in some tissues of brain, eye and muscle. The interaction of enzyme - the drug is a key factor to highlight the toxicological mechanism. For this reason, the results obtained from in vivo experiments are crucial to explane the physiological properties of the enzymes.