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Research Article

The Effect of a Short-Term Exposure to Lead on the Levels of Essential Metal Ions, Selected Proteins Related to Them, and Oxidative Stress Parameters in Humans

Table 3

The activities of antioxidant enzymes, the levels of oxidative stress markers and ceruloplasmin. S: serum; E: erythrocyte; L: leukocyte.

Before exposureAfter exposureRelative change (%) value
MeanSDMeanSD

S-SOD (NU/ml)16.842.4717.422.3330.238
E-SOD (NU/mg Hb)178.6920.18175.7724.23−20.535
L-SOD (NU/mg P)16.801.9416.893.9710.894
L-CuZn-SOD (NU/mg P)11.142.0811.763.3560.373
L-Mn-SOD (NU/mg P)5.661.865.213.50−80.487
E-CAT (kU/g Hb)371.2772.38393.7381.8960.200
L-CAT (U/mg P)38.1810.6143.6614.51140.078
S-MDA (μmol/l)2.120.572.370.72120.097
S-LPH (μmol/l)4.723.196.904.66460.005
S-LPS (RF/ml)1076.05152.851140.59172.4760.107
E-LPS (RF/g Hb)2354.00538.192037.71482.85−130.010
S-CER (mg/dl)39.435.9540.626.8330.324

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