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Селен и щитовидная железа

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Аннотация

Известно, что дисбаланс микроэлементов в окружающей среде оказывает непосредственное влияние на функционирование практически всех органов и систем организма человека, и при избыточном или недостаточном поступлении этих веществ начинают действовать механизмы адаптации. Микроэлементы принимают участие в синтезе и метаболизме гормонов, образовании ферментов, влияют на их активность, оказывают действие на деятельность сердечно-сосудистой, нервной, эндокринной и других систем. В настоящее время наблюдается быстрое увеличение объема научных работ о метаболизме соединений селена, селенопротеинах и их функциях, что определяется важностью их эффектов на здоровье человека.

Об авторах

E A Shabalina

аспирант кафедры эндокринологии ГОУ ВПО Первый МГМУ им. И.М. Сеченова


T B Morgunova

канд. мед. наук, ассистент кафедры эндокринологии ГОУ ВПО Первый МГМУ им. И.М. Сеченова


S V Orlova

профессор, доктор мед. наук, заведующая кафедрой клинической нутрициологии РУДН


V V Fadeyev

доктор мед. наук, профессор кафедры эндокринологии ГОУ ВПО Первый МГМУ им. И.М. Сеченова, заместитель директора ФГУ Эндокринологический научный центр Минздравсоцразвития РФ


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Shabalina E.A., Morgunova T.B., Orlova S.V., Fadeyev V.V. Селен и щитовидная железа. Клиническая и экспериментальная тиреоидология. 2011;7(2):7-18. https://doi.org/10.14341/ket2011727-18

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