E. A. Lushchekina

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Children aged 5–7 years with early childhood autism were found to have more marked right-sided predominance of alpha-rhythm spectral power both in baseline conditions and on cognitive loading (counting), along with a decreased level of alpha rhythm power than normal children. The spectral power of the fast rhythms increased from baseline on cognitive(More)
We present here a comparative analysis of spectral power and mean coherence of the theta and gamma rhythms in healthy boys and boys with early childhood autism aged 5–7 years (mean age 6 years 1 month) in the state of rest and on cognitive loading (counting). In contrast to the situation in patients, the background theta rhythm in healthy children showed a(More)
EEG traces recorded in the state of calm waking from boys aged 5–7 years with autism spectrum disorders showed lower values of coherence in the δ, θ, and α ranges and higher values in the β and γ ranges as compared with healthy subjects. On performance of a cognitive task (counting), healthy children showed the greatest increases in coherence in the β and γ(More)
An attempt was made to characterize the features of the development of the neurons of the sensory trigeminal nuclei, a basic structure of the sensory support of alimentary behavior, in the late stages of postnatal ontogenesis. A technique involving viable sections of the brainstem of infant rats at the ages of two, four, and eight weeks was utilized. An(More)
We report here a comparative analysis of spectral power and mean coherence in the alpha, beta, and gamma rhythms in children aged 5–7 years, both normal and with early childhood autism, at rest and in conditions of a cognitive task (counting). In baseline conditions, both healthy children and those with autism showed a marked frontal-occipital alpha(More)
We studied properties of cloned BACE mRNA (beta-site of the enzyme cleaving amyloid precursor protein) and evaluated the possibility of using this clone for identification and/or prediction of neurodegenerative disorders associated with cholinergic deficiency. Wistar rats subjected to immunohistochemical destruction of the basal forebrain cholinergic system(More)
The paper presents a quantitative Golgi study of the kitten sensory trigeminal complex. Kittens of 1-5 and 30 days were used. Trigeminal neurons were divided into five groups. Neurons of two groups ramified sparsely and were defined as "reticular" and "short dendritic" neurons. Neurons of three other groups ramified densely and were defined as "bushy"(More)
Right hemispheric dominance of the baseline alpha-band spectral power was revealed in 5-7 years boys with autism. This feature persisted during performance of a cognitive task (counting). Also, boys with autism showed lowered level of the alpha spectral power as compared with healthy children. In healthy children, the gamma spectral power increased during(More)
Two main neuronal classes were studied in the grafts of basolateral nucleus of the rat embryonic amygdala stained by the Golgi method--sparsely and densely ramified cells. Transplantation resulted in the increase of dendrite length and ramification of sparsely ramified cells, in the decrease of cell body size and increase of ramification of densely ramified(More)
School behavior and learning were examined in 68 right-, lefthanded, and ambidextral 10-12-year-old children earlier exposed to social deprivation. Socially deprived children revealed stress and high trait anxiety. "Imposed lefthandedness" is considered to be an important factor responsible for the high level of trait anxiety. In the group of socially(More)