E. I. Vasil'eva

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The comparative study of some aspects of the bactericidal action of H2O2 on Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus and Bacterium subtilis wild-type cells and their mutants with lesions in the systems of the reparation of DNA has been carried out. Hydrogen peroxide has been shown to cause disturbances in the structure and permeability of the cell wall, the(More)
The study made with the use of complex methods established that the local (wound) application of tetanus toxoid rapidly made the manifestation of the lysosomal apparatus more pronounced, increased the oxidizing activity (determined in the nitro blue tetrazolium test) and phagocytic activity of the mononuclear phagocytizing system in the wound and in the(More)
The study of the functional activity of macrophages in the peritoneal exudate and spleen of Sprague-Dawley rats was made under the conditions of dysbacteriosis caused by the administration of antibiotics (gentamicin and phenoxymethylpenicillin) and short-term food deprivation. The complex study of the key functions of macrophages, carried out on the same(More)
The combined effect of ionizing radiation and minor concentrations of hydrogen peroxide (0.1-0.01 M) has been studied on bacteria differing in the cell wall structure (Gy+, Gy-), radioresistance, and activity of DNA repair system. The H2O2 concentrations applied, which have a slight antibacterial action, enhance significantly the bactericidal effect of(More)