A . V . Korablev

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We report on the test beam results and calibration methods using high energy electrons, pions and muons with the CMS forward calorimeter (HF). The HF calorimeter covers a large pseudorapidity region (3 ≤ |η| ≤ 5), and is essential for large number of physics channels with missing transverse energy. It is also expected to play a prominent role in the(More)
Myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein (MOG) is an antigen of the myelin sheath, which may trigger immune cell responses and the production of auto-antibodies in multiple sclerosis (MS). In this study, we used MOG(35-55) -induced experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (EAE), a model of human MS, to assess the production of catalytically active(More)
The single spin asymmetry of charge hadron production by a 40 GeV proton beam with 39% transverse polarization incident on nuclei (C, Cu) has been measured using the Focusing Double Arm Spectrometer (FODS). The measurements were carried out for hadrons with high xT (82 ◦ in c.m.) and with high xF (one arm at 51 ◦ and the other arm at 99 in c.m.). The(More)
The development of the intraorgan vascular bed is brought about by means of a loop-like vascular growth which forms not only arteries and veins of all levels but that of microcirculation system as well. Embryonal angiogenesis is followed by a programmed death of the endothelium of all autochtone structures and some functioning microvessels of a closed(More)
Development of the circulation bed in human embryogenesis is brought about by a loop-like growth of vessels manifesting in proliferation, integration and morphofunctional transformation of the vascular loops. Proliferation of the loops ensures the blood inflow and reflux at all levels while their integration is followed by formation of hemocirculation(More)
Immaturity of the interchangeable part of the microhemocirculatory bed manifested in premature neonates by true capillary insufficiency and capillary trophic failure of the microhemocirculation system. Primary functional heart failure results in hypovolemia of the greater circulation followed in early postnatal period by slow formation of new microvessels,(More)
Development of the vascular bed during embryogenesis in man occurs through loop-like growth of vessels appearing as multiplication, integration, and morphofunctional transformation of vessel loops. Growth of loops provides for the establishment of transport vessels in organs and tissues, and loop integration leads to the establishment of microcirculation(More)
The single spin asymmetry of charge hadron production by a 40 GeV proton beam with 39% transverse polarization incident on nuclei (C, Cu) has been measured using the Focusing Double Arm Spectrometer (FODS). The measurements were carried out for hadrons with high xT (82 ◦ in c.m.s.) and with high xF (one arm at 51 ◦ and the other arm at 99 in c.m.s. ). The(More)
Study was performed of chondroblast proliferative activity peculiarities on early stages of big alar cartilage forming. The reaction with monoclonal antibodies towards proliferating cell nuclear antigen in alar cartilage of human embryo and newly born infant rat testified to 2 cartilage growth types - appositional and interstitial. Cells proliferative(More)
The formation process of the terminal blood bed of the greater omentum has been studied in 42 human fetuses 14--28-week-old. The main peculiarities of the greater omentum blood bed by the 14th week of development are: paired arrangement of the afferent and deferent blood vessels and loop-shaped type of capillary growth, that joining the arteriole and(More)