A. S. Simbirtsev

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Impairments to cognitive functions in in children and adults often result from various pathologies occurring during the prenatal period and early postnatal period of development (birth traumas, hypoxia, infectious diseases). The present study identified impaired learning in a Morris water maze in adult rats given interleukin-1β during the third week of(More)
Impairments to cognitive functions in children and adolescents often result from a variety of types of prenatal pathology (birth traumas, ischemia, hypoxia, and allergic and infectious diseases in early life) accompanied by high levels of production of the proinflammatory cytokine interleukin-1β. The studies reported here identified impairments to the(More)
Behavioral, hormonal, and neurotransmitter reactions to foot shock were studied in adult rats treated with IL-1β during week 3 of life. After stress, these animals differed from controls treated with saline by high levels of dopamine, serotonin, and 5-hydroxy-indolacetic acid in the hypothalamus. In contrast to controls, they developed a significant(More)
Children's and adults' cognitive dysfunctions are frequently caused by various types of pathology such as birth injuries, hypoxias, and infections suffered in prenatal and early postnatal periods of ontogenesis. These abnormal conditions trigger high production of proinflammatory cytokines by the cells of nervous and immune systems. The role of(More)
We studied the effects of immunomodulatory cytokine interleukin-1β on lipid peroxidation in emotiogenic structures of the brain (hypothalamus, sensorimotor cortex, and amygdala) of behaviorally active and passive rats with different prognostic resistance to stress. Immobilization of animals with simultaneous electrocutaneous stimulation (1 h) served as the(More)
We studied the effect of interleukin-1beta on the behavior of rats with different individual typological characteristics during mild stress in the open-field test. Intraperitoneal injection of interleukin-1beta (5 microg/kg, 108 U/mg) was followed by a decrease in orientation and exploratory activity of passive and, particularly, of active animals in the(More)
The effects of interleukin-1beta at low, subpyrogenic doses on behavior were studied in rats. Signs of increased anxiety were evident by day 5 of treatment courses. These results provide evidence supporting the role of proinflammatory cytokines in the pathogenesis of emotional disorders.
Studies were performed to investigate impairments to the formation of behavior arising as a result of increases in the proinflammatory cytokine interleukin-1beta in early postnatal ontogenesis. The cytokine was given at pyrogenic or subpyrogenic doses for one week (the first, second, or third week of life). Behavior was assessed at prepubertal age and in(More)
The pyrogenic potential of natural and recombinant human IL-1 beta in rabbits was found to be very similar when the substances were given intravenously. Under these conditions, stabilization of rIL-1 beta with human serum albumin (HSA) failed to affect the pyrogenic activity of recombinant IL-1 beta. When the two preparations were administered directly into(More)
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