Mechanisms underling the effects of adaptogens on erythropoiesis during paradoxical sleep deprivation PDF Print E-mail

Provalova NV, Skurikhin EG, Pershina OV, Suslov NI, Minakova MY, Dygai AM, Goldberg ED: Mechanisms underling the effects of adaptogens on erythropoiesis during paradoxical sleep deprivation. Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine 2002, 133(5):428-432.

We studied the effects of adaptogens extracts of Siberian ginseng, Rhodiola rosea, bergenia, and ginseng and pantohematogen, on erythropoiesis after paradoxical sleep deprivation. Adaptogens stimulated bone marrow erythropoiesis in the early stage, but decreased the count of bone marrow erythrokaryocytes 3-7 days after treatment. The effect of adaptogens on erythropoiesis is associated with modulation of the state c brain neurotransmitter systems followed by changes in functional activity of cells in the hemopoiesis-inducing microenvironment.

 

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