Elisaveta M Gavrilova

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In this communication some of the advantages and constraints in the use of ELISA (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay) procedures to evaluate antigen-antibody dissociation constants (Kd) are discussed and experimental conditions under which the effective Kd is close to the true value are proposed. Interactions between horseradish peroxidase (POD), human(More)
This paper describes a possible application of luminescent Escherichia coli activated by blood serum for high-sensitivity and high-specificity assays of antibiotics in solutions. Antibiotics inhibited luminescence of a genetically engineered E. coli strain; the system sensitivity to some antibiotics grew notably after the cells had been preactivated by(More)
Monomer and dimer of myeloma IgA human globulins are isolated by means of electrophoresis, ionic exchange chromatography, gel filtration and immunoadsorbtion. They are shown to be homogenous (using analytical ultracentrifugation and immunochemical analysis) and to differ in their antigenic specificity. Dimeric form of IgA has additional antigenic(More)
Progesterone-BSA (bovine serum albumin) conjugates which contain up to 47 steroid molecules linked to a BSA molecule have been prepared by the activated ester method, the conjugation step being carried out in reversed micellar solutions of sodium di(2-ethylhexyl) sulphosuccinate (AOT) in octane. The number of incorporated steroid molecules increases on(More)
Precipitating antisera to human subclasses IgG were obtained by immunization of rabbits by whole molecules IgG2, IgG3, IgG4 and gamma 1-chains derived from IgG1H (Pr). Analysis of the antisera obtained demonstrated that rabbits produced specific antibodies to the antigenic subclass determinants IgG3 well, to IgG2, IgG4--much worse, and failed to produce(More)
Dynamics of accumulation of alcohol- and aldehyde dehydrogenases inhibitors in liver tissue of rats with chronic alcohol intoxication showed that content of the bioinhibitors of protein nature was increased during the animals alcoholization, whereas inhibition of aldehyde dehydrogenase was more distinct as compared with alcohol dehydrogenase. When the(More)
The binding of the opioid antagonist [3H]-naloxone to immunocompetent cells of the mouse, F1(CBA x C57B1/6), in medium 199 has been studied. The binding was reversible and reached a maximum during 15-20 min at 37 degrees C. The stereospecificity profile was proven to correspond to mu-type receptors. The binding curve was characterized by high positive(More)