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Irradiation conditions in which laboratory animals were kept in experimental laboratories of Chernobyl and Kiev after the accident at the Chernobyl A.P.S. are described. The data are presented on the spectral structural and activity of radionuclides in the diet as well as in the organs and tissues of the animals. The radiation loads have been estimated with(More)
Some metabolic peculiarities of bacteria of the genus Klebsiella were investigated. The bacteria under study were isolated from different sources and varied in virulence. The pathogenic and saprotrophic enterobacteria were discriminated based on their response to the addition of carbohydrates or nitrate to the medium. Pathogenic Klebsiella spp. exhibited(More)
While comparatively analyzing the properties of Klebsiella pneumoniae from three studied sources (patients, healthy people, environment), no reliable differences between the comparable strains have been revealed. No differences have been found in the toxin formation, hemagglutinating and antilysozymic activity, adhesivity and invasive properties as well as(More)
The chromosomal damage (micronuclei) of the peripheral blood lymphocytes of the group of professionals who had participated in the liquidation of the Chernobyl NPP accident and have continued their work at the "Shelter" and of the group of self-settlers who living for about ten year in the Chernobyl NPP alienation zone were studied. Residents of Kyïv were(More)
It has been shown that rats born during the first months after the Chernobyl A.P.S. disaster exhibit essential changes in the peripheral blood and bone marrow haemopoiesis throughout the entire lifetime. Rats brought up in Chernobyl from the age of three months on display even more pronounced changes. It is assumed that the changes in the haemopoiesis(More)
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