A. S. Pavlyuk

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It is difficult to overestimate the role of spectrum monitoring in ensuring EMC among great variety of radio facilities belonging to many different radio services across great territories. To be efficient, spectrum monitoring requires creation of relevant networks. A new edition (2011) of the Spectrum Monitoring Handbook of the International(More)
8. P. D. Lew and T. P. Stossel, J. Clin. Invest., 67, 1 (1981). 9. I, Nishigaki, T. Ozawa, and K. Yagy, Vitamin, 38, 359 (1968). i0. C. A. Rouser, W. A. Scott, O. W. Griffith, et al., J. Biol. Chem., 257, 2002 (1982). ii. R. L. Souhami and J. Bradfield, J. Reticuloend. Soc., 16, 75 (1974). 12. H. Hi Thaw, J. Forslid, H. Hamberg, and J. Hed, Acta Pathol.(More)
The interleukins are very important mediators responsible for interaction between cells of the immune system. Their closer study is of both theoretical and clinical diagnostic importance [4, 5]. Many aspects of interleukin-1 (IL-1) have now been studied and its production in various immunopathological diseases has been assessed [2, 3, 8]. Nearly all these(More)
Polyfurancarbonic acid dose-dependently suppresses proliferation and induces apoptosis of human peripheral blood T lymphocytesin vitro. This finding indicates its possible involvement in the pathogenesis of lymphopenia during chronic renal failure.
Activated cells of the monocytic-macrophagal series, which possess direct cytotoxicity, are one of the factors of antitumor protection and cause lysis o f tumor cells, and also act indirectly through the production of monokines, including tumor necrosis factor (TNF) [2, 3, 5]. The functions of TNF are not limited to cytolysis, but it also activates certain(More)
Protection against M. tuberculosis depends on T cells of the CD4(+) or CD8(+) phenotype. The definition of cellular response and target molecules are important to understand pathological immune mechanisms in tuberculosis. In this report we have analyzed the expression of activation markers (CD25, CD71, HLA DR) on CD4(+), CD8(+) subsets in patients with(More)
The phenomenon of induction of lymphokine-activated killer cells (LAK cells) is characterized by acquisition by lymphocytes, after culture in vitro in the presence of interleukin2 (IL-2), of the ability of lyse target cells (TC), resistant to the cytotoxic action of natural killer cells (NKC) [9, i0]. LAK cells have been shown to be large granular(More)
Fαα̇,ββ̇ ≡ σmαα̇σnββ̇Fmn = 1 2 εαβfα̇β̇ + 1 2 εα̇β̇fαβ , where fα̇β̇ ≡ αγFγα̇,αβ̇ , fαβ ≡ Fαγ̇,βα̇. Now the self-duality equations (1) take the form fαβ = 0. (2) The two-spinor indices are raised and lowered by means of the two-dimensional Levi-Civita tensors ε = −ε12 = ε = −ε1̇2̇ = +1. The raising and lowering of spinor indices are defined by λ = ελβ, λ =(More)
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