A. P. Chebyshev

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Changes in amyloid spleens from CBA mice were studied when grafted into recipients of the following four groups: intact CBA mice, CBA mice with casein-induced amyloidosis, intact C57BL mice, and noninbred rats. Amyloid resorption in a syngeneic graft in recipients with amyloidosis was much less intensive than in intact animals. The intensity of amyloid(More)
Investigations were carried out on male CBA mice with casein-induced amyloidosis. Fragments of spleens from the amyloid and intact donors were transplanted simultaneously to the opposite kidney poles, subcapsularly, to the intact and amyloid recipients. Amyloid deposits were found in 40 per cent of intact recipients both in their own spleens and in the(More)
In experiments on CBA mice, in which an amyloid spleen was transplated beneath the capsule of the kidney in intact and amyloid mice, an electron-microscopic investigation was made of amyloid resorption. The results indicated that macrophages, performing the function of amyloidoclasts, participate in amyloid resorption. The dynamics of amyloidoclasia was(More)
Laboratory of Experimental Hormone Therapy (Head, Candidate of Biological Sciences N. I. Lazarev), Institute of Experimental and Cl in ica l Oncology (Director, Act ive Member AMN SSSR N. N. Blokhin), AMN SSSR, Moscow (Presented by Act ive Member AMN SSSR L. M. Shabad) Translated from Byulleten' ~ksperimentaI 'noi Biologii i Meditsiny, Vol. 58, No. 1 9 pp.(More)
The investigation was carried out on male CBA mice using the casein model of amyloidosis. After simultaneous transplantation of fragments of spleen from intact and amyloid donors beneath the capsule of opposite poles of the kidney into intact and amyloid recipients, deposits of amyloid both in the endogenous spleen and in the graft from intact donors were(More)
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