G V Korniets

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Free-radical-induced lipid peroxidation was studied in vivo by measuring chemiluminescence of tissues from vitamin D-deficit animals before and after peroral administration of low-molecular-weight biological steroids vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) and ecdysterone. The kinetics of lipid chemiluminescence in model systems in vitro were determined in blood serum(More)
The method of electrophoresis in PAAG has been used to study activity of multiple forms of acid phosphatase and malate dehydrogenase of the fat body of Anterahea pernyi pupae in norm and affected by ecdysterone. It is shown that an increase of total activity of acid phosphatase and malate dehydrogenase with administration of a steroid hormone is promoted by(More)
The acid medium favour the formation of low-soluble aggregates in the cancer patient blood serum. An anion of the acid utilized for creation of the aggregate-forming medium is involved into composition of the agregates. The elementary quantitative analysis of such aggregates showed that the amount of the incorporating anion is in inverse dependence on its(More)
Differences in the composition and amount of proteins synthesized in the cell culture and leaves of field plants Serratula coronata have been shown. They proceed from differences in intensity of synthesis of secondary metabolites, ecdysteroids, whose content in the cell culture is considerably lower.
Growth marker proteins (GMP) were studied for their effect on oxidative phosphorylation in the heart and liver mitochondria of rabbits. It is shown that GMP decrease a respiratory control (RC) coefficient, P/O coefficient, inhibit respiration of the mitochondria in metabolic states 3, 5 and activates it in state 4. The nature of the oxidation substrates(More)
The blood of rats with a regenerating liver and of pregnant animals is found to contain a peculiar subfraction of immunoglobulin G (IgG) which is absent in the blood of control animals. A characteristic feature of the protein which permits its detection among other proteins of this class, is its ability to form a complex with serum alpha-globulins insoluble(More)
Oxygen uptake by myocardium mitochondria of healthy, carcinomatous and new-born rabbits in the presence of different substrates was studied under the effect of immunoglobulin G and beta-globulin peculiar to the normal and malignant growth. It is stated that the growth marker proteins representing a subfraction of immunoglobulin G of tumour patients blood(More)
Accumulation of cholesterol esters and triglycerides in peritoneal mice macrophages in the course of their interaction with lipoproteins of very low density (VLDL) is shown to grow considerably under conditions of hypercholesterolemia. A decrease of triboluminescence intensity characterizing the surface charge has been revealed at hypercholesterolemia both(More)
The growth marker proteins from blood serum of new-born rabbits and G-myeloma-bearing people were studied for their effect on ionic permeability of rabbit liver mitochondria. The proteins under study induce an increase in nonspecific ionic permeability and swelling of mitochondria. Thiol compounds, in particular CoA8H (in small concentrations) neutralize(More)
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