The metabolism of the fat-soluble vitamins in animals under the toxic hepatitis development and its correction

TitleThe metabolism of the fat-soluble vitamins in animals under the toxic hepatitis development and its correction
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2014
AuthorsMelnychuck, DO, Gryshchenko, VA
Abbreviated Key TitleDopov. Nac. akad. nauk Ukr.
Date Published8/2014

The development of the experimental hepatopathology in rats negatively affects the metabolism of A, E, and D vitamins, which are necessary for the proper development and functioning of organism. The therapy of sick animals by the liposomal form of the biologically active supplement (BAS) FLP-MD that we have developed with a complex of A and E vitamins helps to normalize the metabolism of the fat-soluble vitamins in organism, which also stimulates the progress of recovery processes in damaged liver cells. The high therapeutic efficacy of the vitaminous liposomal form of the BAS FLP-MD with antioxidant and reparative properties is the important characteristic for its practical application in the veterinary medicine for the therapy of metabolic disorders of the fat-soluble vitamins which are connected with a liver disease.

Keywordsanimals, fat-soluble vitamins, toxic hepatitis

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