D. R. Tatulashvili

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Energy transduction in purified myocardial myofibrils from normal rabbits and those having toxi-allergic myocarditis (TAM) was compared. In TAM a sharp decrease in the rate and value of ATP hydrolysis enthalpy released during free contraction of myofibrils takes place, and is accompanied by a rise in the amount of energy dissipated as heat. It is concluded(More)
Local injection of verapamil into ventrolateral region of the medulla oblongata triggered the release of epinephrine. Verapamil increased the total content of norepinephrine and epinephrine by 560% and decreased the content of serotonin by 46%. Verapamil had no effect on norepinephrine/epinephrine and norepinephrine/(norepinephrine+epinephrine) ratios in(More)
Skin assay of dog myocardial fibers showed alterations in free energy of ATP hydrolysis correlated distinctly with the rate of activity generated by the fiber (r = 0.87; P < 0.01). Impairment of chemomechanical coupling occurred in the system of myocardial contractile proteins under conditions of athyreosis and L-thyroxin-induced toxicosis, which is(More)
The contents of myofibrillar creatine phosphokinase and cytochrome c, the key enzyme of the mitochondrial respiratory chain, increased, while the content of nicotinamide coenzymes and redox potential (NAD/NADH ratio) sharply decreased over the first 6 h of acute myocardial infarction. The contents of norepinephrine and epinephrine increased by 51 and 49%,(More)
In investigation were included 33 children with mild and moderate bronchial asthma of atopic geneses, average duration of the disease 3,5+/-1,9 years, average frequency of asthma attacks was less then once per month (night attacks 2-3 times per week), factors of initiation were dust and sharp smells. It was shown, that in atopic bronchial asthma in(More)
Experiments conducted on an isolated contractile apparatus, myocardial fibers (MF) in cardiac insufficiency (CI) caused by toxico-allergic myocarditis of 10 days duration (TAM10dd) showed that cardiac glycosides (CG), beta-acetyldigoxin (beta AD), beta-methyldigoxin, and strophanthin K (SK) increase the capacity of the actomyosin ensemble (AME) for(More)
Experiments on dogs showed that energostim, a directly acting antihypoxant, injected 15 min after occlusion of the upper one-third of the left descending branch of the interventricular coronary artery produced a pronounced cardioprotective effect. The effect was confirmed by electron microscopy (evaluation the necrotic focus), biochemical tests of the heart(More)
Experiments on rats showed that injection of propranolol into the medulla oblongata increased the contents of epinephrine, norepinephrine, dopamine, and L-DOPA by 3.76, 1.4, 2.0, and 1.7 times, respectively. These propranolol-induced changes in the levels and ratio of neuro-transmitters were not accompanied by variations in serotonin content. Propranolol(More)
Heart overloading due to pressure as a result of 8 periodic full aortic constriction in heart failure (HF) caused by 10-day toxic-allergic myocarditis (TAM) leads to deterioration of heart contractility (pump function). This is explained by additional decline in functional activity of all three systems of cardiomyocyte responsible for(More)