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General Physiology and Biophysics Vol.37, No.5, p.549–562, 2018

Title: Effects of 1,3,4-thiadiazine compound with antidepressant properties in ligation model of acute pancreatitis
Author: A. Sarapultsev, O. Chupakhin, M. Rantsev, P. Sarapultsev, I. Danilova, S. Medvedeva, L. Sidorova, T. Tseitler, S. Brilliant, V. Tseĭlikman

Abstract: Based on hypotheses concerning the role of stress in acute pancreatitis development, the experimental approach for the decrease stress damage via the use the compound with proven antistress/neuroleptic action was conducted. The study was aimed to discover 2-morpholino-5-phenyl-6H-1,3,4-thiadiazine hydrobromide (compound L-17) therapeutic action in experimental acute pancreatitis. The experimental model used was the ligation model. The trial was carried out on 50 male Wistar rats with average body weight 180–240 g. Histological picture of the pancreas was studied and biochemical and enzyme-immunoassays were carried out on the first and seventh days. The significant reduction in mortality on the background of L-17 compound administration was observed. While levels of all cytokines increased in induced experimental acute pancreatitis groups, the cytokine level rise was decreased when compound L-17 was administered. On the cellular level, the study revealed L-17’s ability to prevent granulocytosis and decrease granulocytes infiltration to inflammatory foci. The decrease in inflammatory reaction magnitude and prevention of abscess formation in experimental acute pancreatitis accompanied by sistemic inflamamtion was due to L-17’s ability to reduce neutrophilia and neutrophil entry into the injury zone.

Keywords: 1,3,4-thiadiazines, Acute pancreatitis, Antipsychotics, Granulocytes, Neuroleptics, Stress
Published online: 02-Oct-2018
Year: 2018, Volume: 37, Issue: 5 Page From: 549, Page To: 562

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