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To assess the efficacy of treatment with encephabol, we examined 40 children, aged from 3 to 5 years, with developmental dysphasia. All patients were randomized into two equal groups: group 1 received encephabol (suspension form, daily dosage 200-250 mg, or 12-15 mg/kg) during 2 months; group 2 did not receive this medication. In the first group, there was(More)
Developmental dysphasia (alalia) represents a severe speech and language disorder in children. To assess the efficacy of treatment with cerebrolysin, we have examined 60 children with developmental dysphasia, aged from 3 to 4 years. Group 1 (30 patients) received cerebrolysin (monotherapy, daily dosage 0.1 ml/kg, in the morning hours, on each other day,(More)
The effect of uncoupler 2,4-dinitrophenol on the oxidative processes intensity in liver biomembranes of different age and sex of rats during longitudinal experiment was studied. It was established that 2,4-dinitrophenol in the used concentration hadn't essential negative effect on the organism of females and their posterity. On the young, 3-3,5-month old(More)
Seven hundred and eighty nine drug resistant strains of Pseudomonas isolated in hospitals, from antibiotic production sewage and mine soils were studied in experiments on colony hybridization with the use of 32P-labeled plasmid DNA fragments containing various antibiotic resistance genetic determinants. The genes controlling production of(More)
Modern data on prevalence, structural and functional organization of the tetracycline resistance determinants in bacteria are reviewed. The three mechanisms of the antibiotic resistance are the tetracycline efflux, the ribosomal protection and the antibiotic modification. The problems of evolution of tetracycline resistance genes are discussed.
The structure of leukocyte infiltrates in gingiva of 80 patients of various ages and gender with chronic apical periodontitis was studied using light microscopy with the application of monoclonal antibodies detecting CD38 antigen. Gingival tissues of practically of all the patients with periodontitis contained 2 types of leukocyte infiltrates: infiltrates(More)
The ability of plasmid pBS195 to be inherited by a broad host range including both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria attracts special attention to its molecular genetic organization. Physical map of the plasmid has been constructed and the gene for kanamycin resistance and oriV homologous to the one of pUC19 have been localized. The determinants for(More)
An inverse correlation in stomach and large bowel cancer distribution was established as a result of an evaluation of cancer morbidity statistics for the City of Moscow in 1965-1980. The structure of gastrointestinal neoplasms in the next five years is likely to undergo changes in female population in which large bowel cancer is leading at present.