Siberian scientists are developing a unique tool for the treatment of cirrhosis of the liver

 

Scientists from the Institute of Pharmacology, Siberian Branch of the Academy of Medical Sciences are developing a unique tool for the treatment of cirrhosis of the liver. It is based on the Tomsk and Novosibirsk created by experts compound, unique in the world no. 
 
Until now, cirrhosis considered incurable disease but Russian scientists gave hope to humanity. As a result, the 10-year quest they managed to create a pharmacological substance, which can not only stop the destruction of the liver, but also to restore its cells. Already studied the specific activity of the drug and toxic conducted the study, told the MD State Organization Institute of Pharmacology, Siberian Branch of the Academy of Medical Sciences Gleb Zyuz'kov:

"Experiments on animals have shown that this substance has high hepatoprotective activity in a variety of chronic liver disease, including at early stages of cirrhosis. Safety and shown, ie the substance despite the fact that the nature of the protein is an enzyme, does not possess toxic effects . "

Using nanotechnology electron-beam synthesis in the preparation of the drug provided the appearance of the unique properties required for effective regeneration of liver tissue. The mechanism of action is based on the stimulation of the body's own stem cells that can regenerate damaged liver tissue, said Gleb Zyuz'kov:
 
"Analogues of its kind — not that drugs even matter — candidate drugs — do not exist. And in the scientific literature does not describe substances with such a pronounced effect on progenitor cells, and the mechanisms of their regulation."

Currently under pre-clinical development of a substance, then begin clinical trials. And before the drug will be on pharmacy shelves, you must register it as a drug. Of course, it will take time, about five years. But the results give hope that effective therapy terrible disease — cirrhosis of the liver, it is possible.

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