Mazurenko R.V., Makhno S.N., Gorbik P.P., Dmitrenko A.B., Makarova T.A., Sutkovoi D.A.
Influence of the low intensive electromagnetic radiation extremely high-frequency band on activity of the process peroxide oxidation and antioxidant activity of blood in vitro have been studied. Biochemical investigation was conducted according to the standard clinical and instrumental criteria. Radiation of donor blood (stabilizator – heparin) took place in the diapason of frequency 48-67 GHz (density of power stream 0.2 mW/sm2, time of radiation 70 minute). The presents of the narrow interval of frequencies is established (~ 64.5 GHz) that meets the stimulation of the ferment activity – catalases with simultaneous reducing of consist thiabarbiturate sourness-active product. That testifies about great stopping of the lipid peroxidation processes. These changes took place with increasing of the erythrocyte peroxide resistension figures and general antioxidant activity of blood.