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《JOURNA OF HENAN MEDICAL UNIVERSITY》 1994-01
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Protective effects of garlic on the biological membrane damage and cellular immune function in coke-oven workers

Chen Chen;Wu Yiming;Meng Aimin;Xu Dong;Feng Zhiwei;Yang Tingzhang;Feng Wende;Hong Dadao;Xiao Wen(Department of Labor Hygiene and Occupational diseases,Henan Medical University,Zhengzhou 450052 Anyang Institute of Labor Hygiene and Occupational Diseases,An  
The protective effects of garlic on the biological membrane damage and cellular immune function were studied in coke-oven workers by taking garlic preparation experimentally for six months without leaving the working post.The results showed that after the use of garlic preparation the sialic acid(SA),lipid peroxide(LPO)decreased in coke-oven workers(P0.01)and glutathione peroxidase(GSH-px)increased(P0.05);the effects of garlic on the cellular immune function showed that acid anaphthyl esterase(ANAE)and the percentage of the Tlymphocyte active E-rosette(Ea)in the peripheral blood increased(P0.01).In the control group there was no improvement in the biological membrane damage and the cellular immune function.It indicates that garlic has protective effects on cellular immune function and membrane damage in coke-oven workers to some extent.
【Fund】: 河南省自然科学基金
【CateGory Index】: R282.710.7
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