G. O. Airapetyan

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stress and the high corticosterone level, the character of the reaction changed. The mechanism of this "escape" of the lymphoid tissue is not yet clear. It can be tentatively suggested that one cause of it is an increase, in the total lymphocyte population, of the fraction of cells insensitive to the cytotoxic action of adrenal steroids. The increase in(More)
Experiments were carried out on 26 dogs (ii control and 15 experimental). The model of stomatitis consisted of ligation of the common bile duct [6]. Concentrations of noradrenalin (NA) and adrenalin (A), serotonin [2], histamine [8], and ascorbic acid (AA) [7] were determined at the commonest sites of aphthae in the oral mucosa (cheek, soft palate,(More)
i. G. Carpenter and S. Cohen, J. Cell. Biol., 71, 159 (1976). 2. G. H. Carter, H. Carter, J. Nissbaum, et al., J. Cell Physiol., iii, 55 (1982). 3. J. L. Goldstein, R. G. W. Anderson, and M. S. Brown, Nature, 279, 679 (1979). 4. E. Hazum, K.J. Chang, and P. Cuatrecasas, Science, 205, 1033 (1979). 5. A. J. Kastin, W. A. Banks, J. E. Zadina, et al., Life(More)
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