A. I. Molchanova

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It has been shown that the electron microscopy method can be used for characteristics of the electric properties of foot-and-mouth disease virus. The appearance of simultaneous positive and negative staining during the negative staining of virus preparations with 3-4% PTV solution shows the presence of full virions of constant poles designated as positively(More)
The effects of ultrahigh-frequency electromagnetic radiation (UHF EMR) and low-intensity laser irradiation (LILI) on the body and skin temperature, oxygen consumption, production of carbon dioxide and heat release were investigated in the experiments on intact rats and during LPS-induced polyphasic fever. It was found that UHF EMR with the wavelength of 4,9(More)
Changes in skin susceptibility and afferent pulsation frequency were measured in n. saphenous of rats undergoing the action of ultrahigh frequency electromagnetic radiation (UHF EMR). The study was aimed at verifying the hypothesis of the involvement of interleukine-6 (L-6) and endocannabinoids in the realization of the antinociceptive effect of UHF EMR. It(More)
Maackia amurensis Rupr. et Maxim. (Amur maackia) belongs to the family Leguminosae (bean), is indigenous to the continential part of the southern Russian Far East, and is distributed in river basins of the Ussuri and middle Amur, river valleys, and low hills [1]. Chemical and pharmacological research on M. amurensis produced from extracts of its heartwood(More)
A method of negative staining of foot-and-mouth disease virus preparations permits to obtain separately positive (2% phosphotungstic acid solution, pH 3.0) and negative (2% PTA solution, pH 6.8 +/- 8.0) stainings. When a 3--4% PTA solution, pH 6.8 +/- 8.0 is used, simultaneous positive and negative staining of each virion is possible which characterizes the(More)
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