ТРИ ПУТИ РЕМЕТИЛИРОВАНИЯ ГОМОЦИСТЕИНА

  • А. В. Наумов УО «Гродненский государственный медицинский университет»
  • И. В. Данильчик УО «Гродненский государственный медицинский университет»
  • Ю. В. Сарана УО «Гродненский государственный медицинский университет»
Ключевые слова: гомоцистеин, реметилирование, бетаин-гомоцистеин-S-метилтрансфераза 2, S-метилметионин, генетический полиморфизм

Аннотация

В статье приводятся данные о ферменте BHMT2, а также его генетике. Субстратом фермента является S-метилметионин (производное метионина, которое широко представлено в растительном мире), более известный как витамин U. Проведен анализ данных о взаимосвязи генетических полиморфизмов BHMT и BHMT2 с различными заболеваниями. Приведенные данные открывают перспективы в поиске новых методов терапии.

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Наумов АВ, Данильчик ИВ, Сарана ЮВ. ТРИ ПУТИ РЕМЕТИЛИРОВАНИЯ ГОМОЦИСТЕИНА. Журнал ГрГМУ (Journal GrSMU) [Интернет]. 9 август 2016 г. [цитируется по 24 май 2024 г.];(2(54):27-2. доступно на: http://journal-grsmu.by/index.php/ojs/article/view/1931

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