A. N. Kornev

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The mRNA of the precursor of laminin-binding protein (LBP) was isolated from a human embryo kidney cell line and cloned. The determined sequence of the LBP gene showed complete identity with the LBP genes isolated from human lung and large intestine cells. The human LBP was expressed by E. coli cells, and it was purified using Ni-NTA-Sepharose(More)
The origin of meridional reflections in the X-ray diffraction patterns of vertebrate skeletal muscles in resting and rigor states was studied. The main results may be summarized as follows. 1. Most of the meridional reflections localized in groups at the positions of successive orders of the repeat period of about 430 A are contributed mainly by the(More)
The ability of viscum at different concentrations to modulate the respiratory burst in neutrophils, induced by the chemotactic peptide N-formyl-methionyl-leucyl-phenylalanine was studied. This does not exclude the possibility that viscum can interact with the receptor of this peptide. The analysis of the primary structure of viscum revealed elements(More)
Reactions of diphosphinohydrazines R-NH-N(PPh(2))(2) (R = tBu (1), Ph(2)P (3)) with some metalation reagents (Co[N(SiMe(3))(2)](2), LiN(SiMe(3))(2), La[N(SiMe(3))(2)](3), nBuLi, MeLi) were performed. Compound 1 was synthesized by the reaction of Ph(2)PCl with tert-butylhydrazine hydrochloride in 83% yield. This compound reveals temperature-dependent (31)P(More)
A number of novel phosphinohydrazines, iPr(2)P-NPh-NPh-H (1), iPr(2)P-NH-NH-PiPr(2) (2), iPr(2)P-NMe-NH-PiPr(2) (3), and H-NMe-NH-PiPr(2) (4), were prepared and characterized. The interaction of 1 with 1 equiv of n-BuLi afforded a complex compound [Li(DME)(3)][Li{(NPh-NPh-PiPr(2))-kappaN}(2)] (5). The reaction of 5 with NiBr(2) resulted in the formation of(More)
Frog sartorius muscles were skinned with the help of detergent Triton X-100 in relaxing solution and then rigorized in the solution free of ATP and calcium (Ca2+-free rigor). Some of the X-ray diffraction patterns obtained from such muscles differed drastically from the patterns of usual "calcium" rigor state of the muscle. Analysis of the X-ray diffraction(More)
The reaction of 8-quinolylhydrazine with 2 equiv of Ph(2)PCl in the presence of Et(3)N gives 8-[(Ph(2)P)(2)NNH]-Quin (1) (Quin = quinolyl) in 84% yield. The heating of 1 at 130 °C for 1 h in toluene results in migration of the [Ph(2)PNPPh(2)] group to a carbon atom of the quinolyl fragment to form an isomer, 7-(Ph(2)P-N═PPh(2))-8-NH(2)-Quin (2). The same(More)
Results of the studies of structural and mechanical properties of rabbit psoas muscle by means of X-ray diffraction and physiological technique are summarised along the following lines: localisation of minor proteins in the thick filaments and the origin of meridional reflections in the X-ray diffraction patterns of rigorised rabbit psoas muscle; molecular(More)
The review summarizes the results of the study of the spatial structure of bacterial viruses (phages) whose tails seem to be the most primitive contracting biological mechanism. Data on the spatial molecular rearrangement are important for understanding the processes of biological mobility. The computer and laser techniques used in order to obtain(More)