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- AS Yatsenko, MM Kucherenko, +8 authors H Ruohola-Baker
- BMC Developmental Biology
- 2008

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)

- A I Akhiezer, A A Isayev, S V Peletminsky, A A Yatsenko
- 2000

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)

- A I Akhiezer, A A Isayev, S V Peletminsky, A A Yatsenko
- 2008

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)

- A I Akhiezer, A A Isayev, S V Peletminsky, A P Rekalo, A A Yatsenko
- 2008

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)

- A. A. Yatsenko
- 2000

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)

- A I Akhiezer, A A Isayev, S V Peletminsky, A A Yatsenko
- 2000

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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