A. M. Durov

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The aim of the present study was to investigate the impact of endogenous and exogenous factors for the expression of the daily rhythms of body temperature (BT), blood pressure (BP) and heart rate (HR). One hundred and seventy-three young adults (YA), 17-24 years old (y.o.), of both genders were studied under a modified constant-routine (CR) protocol for 26(More)
Our investigations on laboratory animals and on human subjects of different ages have shown regular changes in amplitude of the circadian rhythm of many homeostatic systems during postnatal ontogeny [1]. The amplitude of these rhythms rises initially and reaches a maximum in organisms of reproductive age. During aging the amplitude diminishes, and at times(More)
Circadian rhythms of 11-hydroxycorticosteroids (11-OHCS) in blood plasma and 17-ketogenic steroids (17-KGS) in urine in health and for 3 days after a single intake of 40 per cent alcohol (6.2 ml/kg) from 17.00 to 18.00 were studied in 20 healthy men volunteers aged 20 to 26 years. Alcohol considerably raised the level of 11-OHCS and 17-KGS during its(More)
It has been demonstrated that from the early stages of postnatal life up to adult age, gradual development of circadian amplitudes invariably takes place which may lead up to a complete absence of the diurnal rhythm in senile organisms. These changes are observed at various levels of organization of homeostatic systems (from cellular to organismic ones). A(More)
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