Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity / 2017 / Article / Tab 6

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 6

The comparison between subgroups of smokers and nonsmokers. B: whole blood; E: erythrocyte; L: leukocyte; D: a difference between the levels at baseline (1) and at the end of the study period (2).


Age (years)40.0913.6241.4013.930.795
B-Pb-1 (μg/dl)10.427.1810.828.030.886
B-Pb-2 (μg/dl)49.3310.9449.0415.600.956
B-Pb-D (μg/dl)38.9112.2538.2316.130.902
Ca-1 (mg/dl)110.485.85113.466.140.184
Ca-2 (mg/dl)120.044.89114.659.070.018
Ca-D (mg/dl)9.558.621.1910.560.027
E-SOD-1 (NU/mg Hb)168.7418.76183.0719.550.048
E-SOD-2 (NU/mg Hb)174.5129.20176.3122.370.841
E-SOD-D (NU/mg Hb)5.7725.72−6.7628.630.221
L-CuZn-SOD-1 (NU/mg P)10.442.1511.452.010.186
L-CuZn-SOD-2 (NU/mg P)13.242.2311.113.590.078
L-CuZn-SOD-D (NU/mg P)2.803.80−0.343.980.034
L-CAT-1 (U/mg P)35.788.4939.2411.410.374
L-CAT-2 (U/mg P)37.147.7846.5315.930.023
L-CAT-D (U/mg P)1.3612.387.2920.060.373

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