ADVANCED GLYCATION END PRODUCTS

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  • Merkviladze N. მერკვილაძე ნ.
  • Tushurashvili P. თუშურაშვილი პ.
  • Margvelani G. მარგველანი გ.
  • Papava M. პაპავა მ.
  • Ekaladze E. ეკალაძე ე.

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https://doi.org/10.52340/csw.2016.50.0.81-84

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Abstract

Advanced glycation end products (AGEs) are cohort of heterogeneous compounds that are formed after the non-en- zymatic glycation of proteins, lipids and nucleic acids. AGEs play an important role in the generation of a state of oxidative stress and chronic inflammation, which underlies most modern chronic diseases, including diabetes, cardiovascu- lar disease, neurodegeneration. AGEs can be formed exoand endogenously. They exert their deleterious effect by receptor-dependent and receptor-independent mechanisms. Since the emergence of AGEs as an important pathogenic factor in many diseases and aging the development of  strategies against AGEs is in the center of scientific interest, as well as improvement in health  care and lifestyle.    

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Published

2021-06-18

How to Cite

მერკვილაძე ნ. M. N., თუშურაშვილი პ. T. P., მარგველანი გ. M. G., პაპავა მ. P. M., & ეკალაძე ე. E. E. (2021). ADVANCED GLYCATION END PRODUCTS. TSMU COLLECTION OF SCIENTIFIC WORKS, 50, 81–84. https://doi.org/10.52340/csw.2016.50.0.81-84

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