Alexander V Ivanov

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Six participants of a 105-day experiment in an isolated environment were studied in order to identify subconscious mechanisms of their psychophysiological changes during the experiment. We used the method of neurocognitive diagnostics based on the analysis of the evoked electrocardiographic (EEG) potentials caused by stimuli that were below the conscious(More)
BACKGROUND The human femur is the subsystem of the locomotor apparatus and has got four levels of its organization. This phenomenon is the result of the evolution of the locomotor apparatus, encompassing both constitutional and individual variability. The main aim of this investigation was to study the organization of the human femur as a system of(More)
Experiments were performed on the model of irreversible myocardial ischemia in Wistar rats. Coenzyme Q10 was injected intravenously 10 min after coronary artery occlusion. On day 21 after myocardial infarction the content of coenzyme Q10 in the left ventricle, liver, and plasma from animals of the treatment group was higher than that in untreated rats by(More)
In the experiment on the white Wistar female rats (222 animals), the osteoprotective effect of enalapril and losartan was studied on experimental models of osteoporosis and osteoporotic fractures. It was revealed that in rats after ovariectomy, the endothelial dysfunction of microcirculation vessels of osteal tissue develops, resulting in occurrence of(More)
By the method of non-invasive on-line recording and processing of photoplethysmograms of testaceous invertebrates, the circadian rhythm of cardiac activity was studied in the crayfish Pontastacus leptodactylus by recording for several months the heart rate (HR) and stress-index (characteristics of variational pulsometry). The crayfish were kept in the(More)
Fraction analysis of homocysteine in biological fluids is important for the diagnosis and studies of cardiovascular, nervous, urological, and other diseases. Measurements of total, free, and reduced homocysteine by mass spectrometry with HPLC by means of its modification with N-ethylmaleimide are proposed. The linearity and detection threshold were 0.025–10(More)
Dynamic light scattering method or laser correlation spectroscopy was applied to evaluation of the size of viruses. We measured correlation functions of the light scattered by human immunodeficiency viruses (HIV) and hepatitis A viruses (HAV) and found that size of HIV-1 (subtype A and B) and HAV virions were 104 nm and 28 nm, respectively. Comparison of(More)
We described two original genetic constructs encoding chimeric monomolecular T-cell receptors, where the effector T-cell receptor fragment was linked with the antigen-recognizing part consisting of two variable fragments of two different antibodies to carcinoembryonic antigen. Following transfection, these receptors were expressed on the cell surface and(More)
Six participants of Mars-500 were examined to obtain information about intrapersonal conflicts and life spheres with high emotional tension associated with them by participation in an experiment with prolonged group isolation. The investigation was performed using operational analogy-based neurosemantic psychodiagnostics, with the subconscious regarded as a(More)
The article describes a novel method of rhythm-suggestive compensation (RSC) for autonomous psychological support of crews, which takes into account the brain regulatory mechanisms of psychological defense. This method integrates several ways of optimization, such as rhythmic stimulation, binaural drumming, and verbal suggestion. The techniques of RSC are(More)