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Hypoxia completely abolishes the spontaneous contractile activity of cardiomyocytes. Once the original oxygenation is restored, the cells regain their functional activity, which exceeds the control level (particularly after a 2-h hypoxia). It can be assumed that the rapid restoration of cardiomyocyte functional activity is due to the preservation of a… (More)
The effect of the new original drug celleks on the functional CNS activity and volume of ischemic damage has been studied in the experimental model of photochemically induced bilateral thrombosis of the prefrontal cortex. The chronic (once a day during 4 days) and even single (one hour after the operation) treatment of rats with celleks (intraperitoneal, 3… (More)
It is shown that treating rat cerebellum with glutamate in a neurocytotoxic concentration causes a drop of the mitochondrial membrane potential in granule cells and leads to ultrastructural alterations of mitochondria in these neurons.
The addition of nerve growth factor to the culture medium increases the size of the bodies of three- and four-dendrite polygonal cholinergic neurons, but not of two-dendrite spindle-shaped neurons.
The neuroprotective activity of recombinant human erythropoietin (rhEPO) loaded poly(lactic-co-glycolic) acid (PLGA) nanoparticles has been observed in rats with model intracerebral post-traumatic hematoma (hemorrhagic stroke). It is established that rhEPO-loaded PLGA nanoparticles produce a neuroprotective effect in rats with hemorrhagic stroke, which is… (More)
Treatment of cultured rat cerebellar granular cells with calmodulin antagonist bifonazole (10 mM) during oxygen-glucose deprivation or exposure to glutamate (75 mM) prevented neuronal death. However, addition of bifonazole after glutamate treatment promoted neuronal death. Calmodulin antagonists trifluoperazine and thioridazine had no protective effects,… (More)