Anna A Magaeva

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Interaction of cobalt ferrite nanopowder and nucleic acid was investigated. Superparamagnetic cobalt ferrite nanoparticles (6-12 nm) were prepared by mechanochemical synthesis. Structure of the nanopowder was characterized using X-ray diffraction. It was shown that cobalt ferrite nanoparticles were associated with ssDNA and dsDNA in Tris-buffer resulting in(More)
The tumour microenvironment regulates tumour progression and the spread of cancer in the body. Targeting the stromal cells that surround cancer cells could, therefore, improve the effectiveness of existing cancer treatments. Here, we show that magnetic nanoparticle clusters encapsulated inside a liposome can, under the influence of an external magnet,(More)
The effect of nanopowder CoFe2O4 on contractile responses of smooth-muscle segments of guinea pigs airways was studied by mechanography. Both in vivo inhalation of nanopowder aerosol or in vitro application of nanopowder to isolated airway segments increased the amplitude of contractile responses to histamine and potentiated the dilatory reaction to(More)
The formation of cholesteric liquid-crystalline dispersions formed by double-stranded DNA molecules, handled by positively charged superparamagnetic cobalt ferrite nanoparticles, as well as action of these nanoparticles on DNA dispersion, are considered. The binding of magnetic nanoparticles to the linear double-stranded DNA in solution of high ionic(More)
Superparamagnetic nanoparticles varying by their chemical composition and synthesis method were used to transfer DNA into somatic cells under the infl uence of constant magnetic field (method of magnetofection). Magnetite particles obtained by mechanochemical synthesis ensured higher expression of the marker gene GFP (evaluated by fluorescence intensity of(More)
Nanotechnology is now recognized as a priority area of researches. Despite its rapid development, the literature contains a paucity of evidence for the effect of nanoparticles on the biochemical plasma parameters of experimental animals. This paper determines the biochemical parameters reflecting the functional state of the rat vital organs. Intravenous(More)
Contractile reactions of the guinea pig airway smooth muscles in the presence of stannum dioxide nanosized particles were studied. Contractile reactions to cholinergic and histaminergic stimulation were potentiated by inhalations of nanoparticle aerosol and by exposure of isolated smooth muscle segments to nanoparticle suspension.
We studied in vitro effect of ferrimagnetic nanoparticles in a dose of 3 mg/liter (10 maximum permissible concentrations) on colony-forming capacity of bone marrow granulocytic and monocytic precursors in a constant magnetic field at magnetic field intensity of 200 Oe. We tested powders obtained by the methods of electrical explosion of conductors(More)
Contractile responses of airways segments of porpoises inhaling nanopowder CoFe2O4 were stidued by means of a mechanographic method. Inhalation of the nanosize particles of CoFe2O4 in vivo and in vitro testing the nanomaterial on isolated smooth muscles led to potentiation histaminergic, cholinergic contractile activity in airways of porpoises and to(More)
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