Aleksander V Vasilyev

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The intragastric administration to male Wistar rats of T-2 toxin at 1-1.3 mg/kg body weight for 7 days caused a sharp decrease in the liver activity of lysosomal enzymes: beta-galactosidase, beta-N-acetylglucosaminidase, alpha-mannosidase, cathepsins A, B, C and D and in the activity of enzymes of the 1st phase of metabolism of xenobiotics--aniline(More)
In four postoperative cardiac patients during controlled ventilation, acute circulatory failure was associated with decreases in end-tidal CO2 (PetCO2) and cardiac index. Closed cardiac compression caused an increase in both PetCO2 and cardiac index, with complete restoration to baseline values after successful CPR. Our data indicate that PetCO2(More)
The Rht (reduced plant height) genes provided a basis for the “green revolution”, which led to a substantial increase in wheat productivity. More than 20 Rht genes are now known in wheat, Rht-B1 and Rht-11 being among the most important ones. Analysis of a segregating F2 population and molecular analysis of the common wheat cultivars carrying the Rht-11(More)
Reduced height genes are the genetic basis of the “green revolution”. Two agronomically important gibberellic acid (GA)-insensitive genes, Rht-B1b (Rht1) and Rht-D1b (Rht2), localised on chromosomes 4BS and 4DS, respectively, and the GA-responsive gene Rht8, localised on chromosome 2DS, were introduced into many cultivars worldwide. An alternative(More)
Pilot experiments on using molecular markers in the breeding of winter wheat that were conducted at the Lukyanenko Agricultural Research Institute are described. The most efficient methods for using markers when developing new cultivars are outlined. The genes that are responsible for valuable agronomic traits were identified in varieties that are bred at(More)
The proteomic features of blood plasma and subcellular fractions of rat hepatocytes were studied during long-term dietary consumption of coenzyme Q10 as the endogenous mediator of antioxidant and energy homeostasis in the cell. Long-term coenzyme Q10 consumption was followed by the formation of specific nutriproteomes of the microsomal and cytosolic(More)
The Bjorkman lignin from the European spruce (Picea abies) was destructed in trifluoromethane-sulfonic super acid (CF3SO3H) at 0°C for 2 h. Masses of the molecules in the starting Bjorkman lignin (600–4400 Da) and masses of products of the lignin conversion in CF3SO3H (150–1800 Da) were determined by the Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Ionization mass(More)
The metal-free reaction of 5-(2-arylethenyl)-3-aryl-1,2,4-oxadiazoles with arenes in neat triflic acid (TfOH, CF3SO3H), both under thermal and microwave conditions, leads to 5-(2,2-diarylethyl)-3-aryl-1,2,4-oxadiazoles. The products are formed through the regioselective hydroarylation of the side chain carbon-carbon double bond of the starting oxadiazoles(More)
The proteomic features of the cytosolic and microsomal fractions of rat hepatocytes were studied during long-term dietary consumption of taurine (12 months) as a modulator of energy homeostasis. We identified proteomic markers of the effect of taurine on regulation of cell homeostasis. A protein with unknown biological function was revealed.