A. V. Simonova

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T cell number, serum concentrations of thymic hormones and anti-epithelial autoantibodies were studied in people affected at Chernobyl NPP. Group 1 took part in the clearing-up operation and had no clinical manifestations of acute radiation sickness. Group 2 worked at the NPP during the accident; they survived acute radiation sickness (degree I-II, subgroup(More)
Die Aktivität der Mg++-abhängigen ATPase in der Membran menschlicher Erythrozyten ändert sich in Anwesenheit von Barbiturat (Barbital der Firma Spofa). 10 mM Barbiturat stimuliert das Enzym, während 100 mM zu einem Verlust der enzymatischen Aktivität führt. Bei Erythrozyten, deren Enzym mit Saponin stimuliert wurde, ist der Einfluss von 10 mM Barbiturat(More)
Licopid is a synthetic analogue of a cell wall component of all bacteria. The monocytic macrophageal system is the main target of licopid's action. Addition of the immunomodulator to combined therapy for patients with pulmonary tuberculosis in order to enhance phagocytic activity exerted a marked clinical effect appeared as ceased bacterial isolation in 80%(More)
An approach which could be used for quick searches for RAPD markers is described for groups of radish lines with certain morphological traits. The lines are characterized by various morpho-physiological abnormalities, including tumor formation (lines 12, 19, and 21) and non-terminal development of the flower meristem as a variant of tumor growth (line 6).(More)
The paper reports on the relationship between spectrin-dependent ATPase and erythrocyte shape. It can be seen from various experiments that different treatment of erythrocyte membrane which brings about alteration in activity of spectrin-dependent ATPase, also changes erythrocyte shape. We suggest that spectrin-dependent ATPase is a large actomyosin-like(More)
A group of liquidators and patients survived acute radiation sickness (ARS) was studied five years after the effect of radiation factors resulted from the Chernobyl A.P.S. disaster. Studied were the number of T-lymphocytes (SD2+, SD3+, SD5+), subpopulations SD16+ and SD25+, the content of SD16+ and SD25+ lymphocytes and B-cells, as well as the levels of(More)
Flow cytofluorometry of samples stained with fluorochrome-labeled antigen may be used to study the interactions between human blood calls and antigens. Using fluorescein isothiocyanate-labeled tuberculin (after the original method), the authors found that human blood monocytes actively bind labeled tuberculin. Studies of the concentrations from 0.1 to(More)