Arkadiy Reunov

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We have previously shown that VegT mRNA plays a structural (translation-independent) role in the organization of the cytokeratin cytoskeleton in Xenopus oocytes. The depletion of VegT mRNA causes the fragmentation of the cytokeratin network in the vegetal cortex of Xenopus oocytes. This effect can be rescued by the injection of synthetic VegT RNA into the(More)
161 The search for methods for the targeted destruction of tumor cells is one of the priority tasks of cell biology and molecular biology. In recent years, apoptosis and necrosis and the possibility of activation of these types of programmed cell death by a variety of biologically active compounds are intensely studied [1–6]. One of such natural compounds(More)
Formation of germinal granules during oogenesis was studied in sea cucumbers, Apostichopus japonicus, Selenka, 1867, using transmission electron microscopy. It was found that within the early oogenesis mitochondria interact with a Balbiani body, gradually become immersed into its substance and transformed into electron-dense structures, which are similar to(More)
132 The bivalve mollusk Mactra chinensis Philippi, 1847 is of significant commercial importance in the Asian–Pacific area; therefore, it is studied by malacoll ogists intensely. On the basis of morphological data, researchers suggested a divergence of this species in the Sea of Japan. As a consequence of the divergence, the southern and northern populations(More)
358 Bivalve mollusks of the family Mytilidae inhabit almost all regions of the world ocean. Representatives of the genera Mytilus and Crenomytilus that are imporr tant objects of the mariculture and commercial catchh ing, dominate in coastal waters of the Sea of Japan. In the study of reproductive strategies of mytilids, their spermatozoa were described by(More)
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