Evgeny S. Tiys

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The urine protein composition samples of ten Russian cosmonauts (male, aged of 35 up to 51) performed long flight missions and varied from 169 up to 199 days on the International Space Station (ISS) were analyzed. As a control group, urine samples of six back-up cosmonauts were analyzed. We used proteomic techniques to obtain data and contemporary(More)
The study was conducted during the experiment with a 105-day isolation in an experimental complex. Urine samples were collected from six healthy volunteers. The physical activity, diurnal rhythm, temperature parameters, and levels of oxygen and carbon dioxide were controlled during the experiment. According to the program, food intake (electrolysis, water,(More)
BACKGROUND There is a close physiological connection between muscular activity and kidney function. During physical exercise (PE) the qualitative and quantitative composition of urine changes. This paper explores the influence of moderate PE on urine protein composition. The study of urine protein composition will help to make corrections to the existing(More)
The paper analyzes data on how physical exercise as a standard test of cosmonaut's performance, affects the renal function and urine protein profile. The investication involved 10 normal human subjects. Following exercise, rate of renal excretion of proteins increased. The occurrence of 4 proteins out of 9 in urine did not alter and of 2 (alpha-methylacyl(More)
Long-term space travel simulation experiments enabled to discover different aspects of human metabolism such as the complexity of NaCl salt balance. Detailed proteomics data were collected during the Mars105 isolation experiment enabling a deeper insight into the molecular processes involved. We studied the abundance of about two thousand proteins extracted(More)
Pre-eclampsia is the most common complication occurring during pregnancy. In the majority of cases, it is concurrent with other pathologies in a comorbid manner (frequent co-occurrences in patients), such as diabetes mellitus, gestational diabetes and obesity. Providing bronchial asthma, pulmonary tuberculosis, certain neurodegenerative diseases and cancers(More)
Co-existence of bronchial asthma (BA) and tuberculosis (TB) is extremely uncommon (dystropic). We assume that this is caused by the interplay between genes involved into specific pathophysiological pathways that arrest simultaneous manifestation of BA and TB. Identification of common and specific genes may be important to determine the molecular genetic(More)
Detailed investigation of socially important diseases with modern experimental methods has resulted in the generation of large volume of valuable data. However, analysis and interpretation of this data needs application of efficient computational techniques and systems biology approaches. In particular, the techniques allowing the reconstruction of(More)
Urinary proteins serve as indicators of various conditions in human normal physiology and disease pathology. Using mass spectrometry proteome analysis, the permanent constituent of the urine was examined in the Mars-500 experiment (520 days isolation of healthy volunteers in a terrestrial complex with an autonomous life support system). Seven permanent(More)
Sufficient knowledge of molecular and genetic interactions, which comprise the entire basis of the functioning of living systems, is one of the necessary requirements for successfully answering almost any research question in the field of biology and medicine. To date, more than 24 million scientific papers can be found in PubMed, with many of them(More)