Aleksander Fedoseev

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New water-soluble copolymers of butadiene sulfide and 1-methyl-4-vinylpyridinium (MVP) methylsulfate have been synthesized and their antimicrobial properties were studied. The introduction of butadiene sulfide units into the macromolecules of poly(MVP methylsulfate) leads to a significant increase in the antimicrobial activity.
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A series of new pertechnetate, perrhenate, and perchlorate compounds of hexavalent U, Np, and Pu containing isonicotinic acid were synthesized. Their crystal structures were determined by X-ray diffractometry. In all compounds, actinide atoms are found in pentagonal bipyramidal surroundings. They are coordinated by 2 to 4 isonicotinic acid molecules which(More)
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A series of isostructural oxalates of Th, U, Np, and Pu have been synthesized. The crystal structure of {C(NH(2))(3)}(4)[An(C(2)O(4))(4)]·2H(2)O comprises infinite [An(C(2)O(4))(4)](4n-) chains, guanidinium cations and water molecules. Each An atom is connected to five oxalate anions, two of which act as bridging tetradentate ligands, while the other three(More)
Immunostimulating properties of the serum of patients suffering from myocardial infarction were demonstrated in experiments on albino mice and rats. Injection of the serum intensified antibody production in the animals, increased blood serum bactericidal activity in relation to E. coli and intensified lysozyme production and neutrophilic phagocytic(More)
The biochemistry of selenium, which for many years was considered to be a toxic element, and even a possible cancerogen, is at present being developed. The possible biological role of this element, first shown in [i], was the reason for studying the properties of organoselenium compounds, from which compounds with anticancerous [2], antihistaminic [3], and(More)