Andrey Alexeevich Logvinenko

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BACKGROUND Gastritis and gastric cancer are the most common diseases in the Kazakh population. Polymorphisms in genes coding of cytokines have been played important role with gastric disease risk. The risk alleles of cytokines in patients with gastritis can predict the risk of developing gastric cancer. The aim of this study was to investigate cytokine gene(More)
The possibility to use immunomodulators isolated from marine invertebrates for the lowering of the toxic effects caused by Yersinia pseudotuberculosis thermoresistant toxin and lipopolysaccharide was investigated. Effects were evaluated by the animals survival rate in per cent and mice average lifetime after toxin lethal dose injection. It was shown that(More)
The ability to correct activity of Y. pseudotuberculosis thermoresistant toxin on antioxidative enzymes and on active oxygen forms in neurophiles and mononuclears was investigated. Toxin at concentration 0.5 and 2.5 mcg/ml did not change O2- production and activity of superoxidedismutase (SOD) and glutathione peroxidase (GP), but significantly enhanced(More)
Previously, using in vivo models hystidine containing dipeptide carnosine (β-alanyl-L-hystidine) was shown to inhibit the development of oxidative stress induced by such effects like hypoxia, ischemia and neurotoxin administration. These studies showed that animals having undergone oxidative stress in the settings of carnosine administration preserve habits(More)
The effect of low molecular DNA from salmon milt (nDNA) in experimental pseudotuberculosis in mice was studied. When nDNA was admiministered orally, dissemination of the organs by Yersinia pseudotuberculosis lowered and the survival of the animals infected with 100-percent lethal dose of the bacteria increased. nDNA decreased contamination of the epithelial(More)
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