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Title: 

EFFECT OF FOOD INEQULITY AND UNSTABLE SOCIAL STATUS ON HISTOPATOLGICAL CHANGES IN MYOCARDIAL CELLS OF WHITE NEWSLANDIAN RABBITS

Type: POSTER
Author(s): MOJARAB SHAHNAZ,VAEZ MAHDAVI M.R.,ALTARIHI T.,ROGHANI MEHRDAD,FAGHIHZADEH S.,SAFARPOUR A.R.,HASANPOUR EZATI M.
 
 
 
Name of Seminar: IRANIAN CONGRESS OF PHYSIOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
Type of Seminar:  CONGRESS
Sponsor:  PHYSIOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY SOCIETY, MASHHAD UNIVERSITY OF MEDICAL SCIENCE
Date:  2009Volume 19
 
 
Abstract: 

The relationship between socioeconomic status (SES) and health is well defined. Individuals with lower SES experience higher rate of mortality. Although life expectancies affected by poverty but the precise pathways that link socioeconomic status and health remain unclear. There is increasing evidence that many known disease risk and protective factors influence the rate of cellular damage accumulation and hence biological aging. Lipofuscin is highly oxidized cross linked aggregate consisting of oxidized protein and lipid clusters. This eminent terminal oxidation outcome accumulates within cells during aging process. In this study fifty four rabbits were randomly assigned into six groups of eight each. The first group (control G.) had free access to diet without any deprivation and without changed place or room-mate. The second group had food deprivation but did not change place or room-mate. The third group had food deprivation and changed place or roommate. The fourth group had similar condition with third group only five weeks. The fifth group had food deprivation and changed place or roommate and isolated situation. The sixth group had free access to diet but changed place orroom-mate. All hearts were removed for histopathologic evaluation. Cross sections of hearts were examined by light and electron microscopy for the presence of yellow-brown lipofuscin pigment granules. Our findings demonstrated that relation between environmental stresses such as inequality in food intake andsocial status instability with formations of lipofuscin pigments. Both stresses were probably created external source for oxidative stress in the myocardial muscle of left ventricular rabbits.

 
Keyword(s): FOOD INTAKE INEQUALITY, UNSTABLE SOCIAL STATUS, HISTOPATHOLOGIC CHANGE, LIPOFUSCIN PIGMENT, FOOD DEPRIVATION
 
 
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