Journal of Stress Physiology & Biochemistry, Vol. 14 No. 3 2018, pp. 5-11 ISSN 1997-0838
Original Text Copyright (cc) 2018 by  Martusevich, Kovaleva, Kozlova and Feofilova

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Specialties of Blood Serum Structurization Under Some Physiological Conditions

Andrew K. Martusevich1,2*, Lida K. Kovaleva2, Lubov M. Kozlova2 and Maria A. Feofilova3

1 Laboratory of medical biophysics, Privolzhsky Research Medical University; 603155, Russia, Nizhny Novgorod, Minin sq., 10/1
2 Laboratory of biocrystallomics and free radical medicine, Kirov State Medical University; 610027, Russia, Kirov, Karl Marx st., 112
3 Medical institute, Tula State University; 300012, Russia, Tula, Lenin av., 92


Received August 2, 2018

Background: it is well-known that physiological stress agents can to produce a significant response of regulatory systems. At the same time, the nature of metabolic shifts in the organism during significant physical exertion and emotional stress has been insufficiently studied in detail.
Aim: The aim of this investigation is study of modification of crystallogenic properties of human blood serum action under physical exertion and psychoemotional stress.
Results: it is stated that physical exertion and psychoemotional stress causes increasing of crystallogenic activity of human blood serum. This trend is more pronounced for the first impact. This is confirmed by the results of vizuametric analysis of blood serum facias and its spectrometric testing.
Conclusion: we show that crystalloscopic picture of blood serum is an informative criterion of different physiological conditions, including physical exertion and psychoemotional stress. It realized in the shifts of structure of biological fluid facias.

Key words:    biocrystallomics, stress factors, blood serum

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