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International Journal on Algae
SJR: 0.219 SNIP: 0.261 CiteScore™: 0.24

ISSN Imprimir: 1521-9429
ISSN En Línea: 1940-4328

International Journal on Algae

DOI: 10.1615/InterJAlgae.v3.i2.50
pages 52-60

Radioprotective role of medications obtained from kelps (Phaeophyta)

A. P. Krasnoperova
Chemistry Research Institute, Kharkov State University, 4,Svobody St., 61007 Kharkov, Ukraine
G. D. Yukhno
Chemistry Research Institute, Kharkov State University, 4,Svobody St., 61007 Kharkov, Ukraine
L. T. Lebedeva
Chemistry Research Institute, Kharkov State University, 4,Svobody St., 61007 Kharkov, Ukraine
V. A. Oridoroga
State Scientific Center of Medicines, 33, Astronomicheskaya St., 61007 Kharkov, Ukraine
L. P. Bezuglaya
State Scientific Center of Medicines, 33, Astronomicheskaya St., 61007 Kharkov, Ukraine
L. A. Frenkel
Medical Radiology Research Institute, Ministry of Health of Ukraine, 82, Pushkinskaya St., 61024 Kharkov. Ukraine
N. E. Uzlenkova
Medical Radiology Research Institute, Ministry of Health of Ukraine, 82, Pushkinskaya St., 61024 Kharkov. Ukraine

SINOPSIS

The effect of derivatives from alginic acid, sodium alginate (Algigel medication) and sodium-calcium alginate (Kanalgat medication), on the efficacy of eliminating radionuclides 90Sr and 137Cs from the organism of rats was investigated. It was determined that alginate medications accelerate elimination of the radionuclides from their organisms. The efficacy of elimination depends on the dose of medication and its saline form. In all cases, the antidote effect was more clearly expressed in relation to 90Sr rather than to 137Cs.