R. M. Simonyan, G. M. Simonyan, M. A. Simonyan

The Inhibition by Cytochrome b558III of the Superoxide-Producing Activity
of Suprol and its Stimulation by Carbone Tetrachloride in Vitro

   The erythrocyte membranes cytochrome b558 reduces (60.56.4%, n = 6, P < 0.05), and CCl4 stimulates (31.43.2%, n = 6, P < 0.03) the producing activity of high density lipoprotein of serum - suprol in vitro. Moreover, the NADPH-dependent producing activity of cytochrome b558III is increasing (20-30%). Thus, cytochrome b558 III elevates the stability of suprol, whereas CCl4, on the contrary, reduces it.