In 1960 the laboratory of higher nervous activity was founded. The head of laboratory was Dr.Sc. Medianik I. A. (1960-1962). In 1962 it was called "laboratory neurohumoral regulation". From 1994 the laboratory was called laboratory of endocrine regulation. The heads of laboratory were: Prof. E. M. Berkovich (1962-1963); Prof. Skorodynskyy Z. P. (1963-1972); k. b. s. Hanyn M. D. (1972-1980); Prof. Golovach V. N. (1980-1988) and from 1988 to 2011 – Acad. of NAAS Snitynskyy V. V. (1988-2011) From 2007 to 2011 – laboratory of pigs nutrition. From 2013 to 2021  Dr.Sc. Iskra R.Ya.

Head of the laboratory

Ponkalo L.I. – PhD (veterinary)

The laboratory staff:

Iskra R.Ya. – Dr.Sc. (biological)

Salyga N.O. – PhD (biological)

Pryimych N.I. – senior specialist

Kotyk B – specialist

Recent publications

Iskra RY, Fedoruk RS. Chromium, its properties, transformation, and impact on humans. Fiziologichnyi Zhurnal. 2022; 68 (4): 89–97. DOI: 10.15407/fz68.04.089 (Scopus)

Kotyk B, Iskra R, Lubunets V. Antioxidant effect of the complex action of vitamin E and ethylthiosulfаnylate in the liver and kidneys of rats under conditions of Chrome(VI)-induced oxidative stress. Biointerface Research in Applied Chemistry. 2022; 12 (2): 1405–1420. DOI: 10.33263/BRIAC122.14051420 (Scopus)

Nataliia L, Ruslana I, Stadnytska N, Natalija M, Viktoriia H, Vira L. Antioxidant activity of thiosulfonate compounds in experiments in vitro and in vivo. Biointerface Res. Appl. Chem. 2022; 12 (3): 3106–3116. DOI:10.33263/BRIAC123.31063116 (Scopus)

Salyha N. Ameliorative effect of L-Glutamic acid against CCl4-induced oxidative stress in rat's brain and spleen. J. Res. Pham. 2022; 26 (5): 1323–1330. DOI: 10.29228/jrp.224 (Scopus)

Salyha N, Salyha Y. L-glutamic acid mitigates carbon tetrachloride-induced acute tissue injury by reducing oxidative stress in a rat model. Current Chemical Biology. 2022; 16 (2): 130–137. DOI: 10.2174/2212796816666220408104856 (Scopus)

Bojarski B, Buchko O, Kondera E, Ługowska K, Osikowski A, Trela M, et al. Effects of embryonic exposure to chromium (VI) on blood parameters and liver microstructure of 1-day-old chickens. Poult Sci, 2021;100(1):366-371. DOI: 10.1016/j.psj.2020.10.016 (Sсopus)

Buchko O, Havryliak V, Pylypets A, Buchko T. Effect of food supplement of humic origin on the hematological and biochemical parameters in the CR (VI) exposed rats. J Res Pham. 2021;25(3):271-276. DOI: 10.29228/jrp.17 (Scopus)

 

Klymets H, Iskra R, Svarchevska O. Hematological parameters and protein metabolism in the blood of pregnant rats under the effect of vanadium citrate. Regul. Mech. Biosyst. 2021; 12(1): 145-152. DOI:10.15421/022122 (Web of Science)

Kotyk B, Iskra R. Effects of Ethylthiosulfanylate and Chromium (VI) on the State of Glutathione Antioxidant System and Oxidative Stress Marker Content in Rat Kidneys. Current Applied Science and Technology. 2021; 21(4): 761-773. (Scopus)

Kovalсhuk I, Fedoruk R, Spivak M, Romanovyсh M, Iskra R. Laсtobaсillus сasei IMV B-7280 Immunobiotic Strain Influence on the Viability of Honey Bees and the Content of Microelements in the Organism. Microbiological Journal. 2021; 83(2): 42-50. DOI: 10.15407/microbiolj83.02.042 (Sсopus)

Kotyk B, Iskra R, Slivinska O, Liubas N, Pylypets A, Lubenets V, Pryimych V. Effects of ethylthiosulfanylate and chromium (VI) on the state of pro/antioxidant system in rat liver. The Ukrainian Biochemical Journal. 2020; 92: 78-86. DOI: 10.15407/ubj92.05.078 (Scopus)

Salyha N. Effect of glutamic acid and cysteine on oxidative stress markers in rats. The Ukrainian Biochemical Journal. 2020; 92: 76-83. DOI:10.15407/ubj92.06.165  (Scopus)

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