AS Yatsenko

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Dystroglycan (Dg) is a transmembrane protein that is a part of the Dystrophin Glycoprotein Complex (DGC) which connects the extracellular matrix to the actin cytoskeleton. The C-terminal end of Dg contains a number of putative SH3, SH2 and WW domain binding sites. The most C-terminal PPXY motif has been established as a binding site for Dystrophin (Dys)(More)
Influence of asymmetry on superfluidity of nuclear matter with triplet–singlet pairing of nucleons (in spin and isospin spaces) is considered within the framework of a Fermi–liquid theory. Solutions of self–consistent equations for the critical temperature and the energy gap at T = 0 are obtained. It is shown, that the backward influence of pairing(More)
It is shown that under lowering density or temperature a nucleon Fermi superfluid can undergo a phase transition to a new superfluid state corresponding to superposition of states with singlet-triplet (ST) and triplet-singlet (TS) pairing of nucleons (in spin and isospin spaces). Such states arise as a result of branching from one-gap solution of the(More)
Influence of asymmetry on superfluidity of nuclear matter with triplet–singlet pairing of nucleons (in spin and isospin spaces) is considered within the framework of a Fermi–liquid theory. Solutions of self–consistent equations for the critical temperature and the energy gap at T = 0 are obtained, which under specific values of density and the asymmetry(More)
Influence of asymmetry on superfluidity of nuclear matter with triplet–singlet pairing of nucleons (in spin and isospin spaces) is considered within the framework of a Fermi–liquid theory. Solutions of self–consistent equations for the critical temperature and the energy gap at T = 0 are obtained with the use of Skyrme effective nucleon interaction. It is(More)
Superfluid-to-superfluid phase transitions in a Fermi-liquid leading to the emergence of two–gap superfluid states have been studied. There are considered the systems of fermions of one and two (nuclear matter) sorts. The self-consistent equations describing new two-gap superfluid states have been obtained. These equations differ essentially from the(More)
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