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We evaluated spatiotemporal characteristics of glycogen content in cells of rat liver lobule. Glycogen content in the liver lobule and its circulatory subzones underwent diurnal fluctuations with acrophase at 5.00. Spatial changes were characterized by a dependence of gradients in the lobule on...
One-hour immobilization stress considerably disturbed microcirculation in the mesentery: blood flow in small mesenteric vessels decreased or stopped and numerous hemorrhages appeared. Lymphatic vessels lost spontaneous activity and did not respond to norepinephrine. Administration of Semax and...
Functional activity of P-glycoprotein in lymphocytes of patients with lymphoproliferative diseases was studied using rhodamine 123. Functional activity of P-glycoprotein in patients receiving a course of chemotherapy was lower than in controls. P-glycoprotein activity was higher in patients...
We studied the effect of nonthermal 37-GHz radiation on hemopoiesis in schungite-shielded Wistar rats. Radiation with right-handed or left-handed rotation of the polarization plane of electromagnetic wave was used. Shielding with schungite decreased the severity of damage produced by...
We studied the effects of a new dipeptide neuroleptic Dilept (N-caproyl-L-prolyl-L-tyrosine methyl ester) on activity of neurotransmitter systems in the brain. Dilept possessed antidopamine, glutamate modulatory, and cholinomimetic properties. These data indicate that Dilept is of potential...
We compared the results of clinical and experimental studies of endocrine parameters in patients with myocardial infarction and arterial hypertension and NISAG rats with hereditary stress-induced arterial hypertension during experimental myocardial infarction. Changes in the content of...
A total of 112 hearts with limited local dilatation zones in coronary arteries (antiocclusion factor) selected from 500 patients dead from chronic forms of coronary heart disease were studied by postmortem contrast polypositional coronarography and cardiometry. A relationship between...
Regenerative activity of hepatocytes was studied in rats after transplantation of fetal liver tissue preexposed to low-intensity laser. Stimulation of the mitotic activity of hepatocytes by fetal liver tissue exposed to low-intensity laser is proven.
We propose a simple, effective, and economic method for introducing human blood leukocytes in cold anabiosis at moderately low temperature (-50°C).
The study demonstrated that the method of cardiorespiratory synchronization provides valuable information on the nature of arrhythmia and helps to evaluate the regulatory adaptive potentialities of a child. The width of synchronization range and the latency of synchronization at the lower...
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