D. M. Gorbatova

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Female outbred albino rats were daily subjected to forced inhalations of peat smoke (4 cores packed with a mixture of peat (70%) and wood pulp (30%); 0.46 g, pH at least 5.5, core burning time 6 min,; total exposure 44 min) per se and in combination with oral afobazole (anxiolytic) in doses of 1 and 10 mg/kg on days 1–20 of pregnancy. Some groups of females(More)
It is shown in the experiments on rats that prenatal exposure to peat smoke for 44 min daily during days 1 to 13 of gestation leads to a 4–5-fold increase in the DNA damage (the DNA-comet alkaline assay) in the placenta and embryos. The animals receiving afobazole in doses of 1 and 10 mg/kg per os showed a significant 53–60% decrease in the genotoxic(More)
Female outbred albino rats were daily subjected to forced inhalations of peat smoke (4 cores packed with a mixture of peat (70%) and wood pulp (30%); 0.46 g, pH ≥5.5) per se and in combination with oral afobazole (anxiolytic) on days 1–20 of pregnancy. Exposure to peat smoke inhibited body weight gain in pregnant rats, caused an increase of postimplantation(More)
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