A. V. Kornev

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An improved modification of the Anderson-Chakrabarty method for demonstration of free fatty acids in the membranes of enterocytes, erythrocytes and mitochondrial fractions is described. The method includes the use of rhodamine 6G as a stain.
The attitude of a patient with tuberculosis to his/her disease has not been described in the literature. The purpose of the study was to explore the attitude of a tuberculosis patient towards his/her disease. A hundred Samara dwellers (62 males and 38 females) aged 22 to 56 years who had pulmonary tuberculosis and were receiving a course of inpatient(More)
More than 3500 neurotic patients have been examined with emphasis on their immune status and functioning of the sympathoadrenal system (SAS) (determination of adrenaline, noradrenaline, dopamine and L-DOPA excretion in terms of their daily biorhythm). The comparison of the immune and neurohormonal data of neurotic patients indicated an obvious relation(More)
An advantage of the method of determining the concentrat ion of free fatty acids (FFA) by means of the cationic dye rhodamine 6G, suggested previously [2, 4], over other color imetr ic methods used for this purpose [1, 3] is its high sensit ivity, so that a smal l volume of biological mater ia l (about 1 mg protein per sample) can be used. At the same t(More)
The authors offer a modification of the nephelometric method for clinical immunology laboratory to be used for measuring proteins (albumin, C3-complement, IgG, IgA, IgM, and alpha 2-macroglobulin) in human biological fluids. The original method making use of only Russian-made reagents and equipment has been used on a full scale for measuring the proteins in(More)
Morphofunctional changes in HeLa cell culture following treatment with various concentrations of selenium ion during 2, 4 and 24 hours are described. Variations in mitotic index, duration of separate mitotic stages and a profile of pathologic mitoses were established. Inhibition of cell entry into the S-phase of mitotic cycle and modifications of RNA and(More)
An in vitro model using homogenates of the rat intestine and liver for studying the V. Cholerae culture filtrate effect on the adenylate cyclase system is proposed. Optimal conditions for the adenylate cyclase functioning have been investigated for this model. It was shown that V. Cholerae filtrate induces a stable activation of adenylate cyclase and does(More)