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KMID : 0359319950350040713
Korean Journal of Veterinary Research
1995 Volume.35 No. 4 p.713 ~ p.727
Effect of combination treatment of vitamin E and insulin in streptozotocin-treated rats and BB rats II. Effect on the fatty acid composition of phospholipid
Kim Soon-Tae

Huh Rhin-Sou
Abstract
The present study was investigated fatty acid composition of the phospholipid in the RBC membrane, liver and microsomal fraction after vitamin E and/or insulin treatment to evaluate the effect of vitamin E on the oxidative stress in STZ-treated rat and BB rat. Results obtained through the experiments were summarized as follows; 1. Effect of vitamin E and/or insulin treatment in STZ-treated rat 1) In the insulin treated group and the combination treated groups of vitamin E with insulin, body weights were increased compared to STZ-treated rat(STZ control group). Especially it was more significantly increased in the combination treated group of high dose vitamin E with insulin. 2) The composition of fatty acids of the phospholipid in RBC membrane, liver and microsomal fractions was shown a decreased C16:1, C18:1, C20:4 and an increased C16:0, C18:0, C18:2 in STZ control group compared to normal control group. In RBC membrane, liver and microsomal fractions after vitamin E with insulin treatment in STZ-treated rat, effect on the composition of fatty acids of the phospholipid was shown the result of a decreased C16:0, C18:0, C18:2 and an increased C16:1, C18:1, C20:4. 3) Hemolysis rate of the RBC to H2O2 was increased in the STZ control group and it was decreased below the hemolysis level of normal control group by vitamin E treatment. 2. Effect of vitamin E and/or insulin treatment in BB rat 4) Only in microsomal fraction, fatty acid composition was different between insulin treatment group and vitamin E with insulin treatment group. It was increased C16:0 and C18:1, and decreased C18:0 and C18:2 in vitamin E with insulin treatment group: But C20:4 was not different in two groups. These results suggest that the combination treatment of vitamin E and insulin could prevent the oxidative change of fatty acids in P-lipid of the RBC membrane, liver and microsomal fraction in STZ-treated rats and BB rats.
KEYWORD
streptozotocin , fatty acid , arachidonic acid , BB rat
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