Elena Vasilievna Syutkina

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Biological cycles with relatively long and some unusual periods in the range of the half-week, the half-year, years, or decades are being discovered. Their prior neglect constituted a confounder in aging and much other research, which then"flew blind" concerning the uncertainties associated with these cycles when they are not assessed. The resolution of(More)
Afew puzzles relating to a small fraction of my endeavors in the 1950s are summarized herein, with answers to a few questions of the Editor-in-Chief, to suggest that the rules of variability in time complement the rules of genetics as a biological variability in space. I advocate to replace truisms such as a relative constancy or homeostasis, that have(More)
Aims: Velocity changes in the solar wind recorded by satellite (IMP8 and Wind) are characterized by a solar cycle–dependent ∼1.3-year component. The presence of any ∼1.3-year component in human blood pressure (BP) and heart rate (HR) and in mortality from myocardial infarction (MI) is tested and its relative prominence compared to the 1.0-year variation.(More)
In several human adults, certain solar activity rhythms may influence an about 7-day rhythm in heart rate. When no about-weekly feature was found in the rate of change in sunspot area, a measure of solar activity, the double amplitude of a circadian heart rate rhythm, approximated by the fit of a 7-day cosine curve, was lower, as was heart rate corresponds(More)
Evidence here cited underlies resolutions at international meetings to initiate a chronobiology project for health improvement. This project demonstrates expeditiously the feasibility and the health benefits of incorporating chronomedical considerations in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of one (or a few closely related) vascular (and oncological)(More)
Spectral (in 3-min segments) and spectral-temporal (in 36-s windows with a 9-s step) analyses were carried out on the basis of cardiointerval recordings of newborns (full-term and preterm) during 24 h. It was found that each of the 3-min intervals of the 24-h cardiointerval recordings in the newborns had a unique spectrum; the spectra could be combined into(More)
The synchronization of biological circadian and circannual rhythms is broadly viewed as a result of photic solar effects. Evidence for non-photic solar effects on biota is also slowly being recognized. The ultrastructure of cardiomyocytes from rabbits, the time structure of blood pressure and heart rate of neonates, and the heart rate variability of human(More)
Magnetic storms trigger myocardial infarctions with mechanisms relating to heart rate variability. Solar cycle-to-solar cycle differences and solar cycle stage dependence shown herein may resolve prior controversy and serve to advocate coordinated worldwide systematically aligned biological and physical monitoring. * This paper was originally invited by the(More)