G V Mordvinov

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The levels of antibodies to bacterial (tuberculin, staphylococcus, pneumococcus, streptococcus) and viral (herpes, measles, rubella, parotiditis, influenza) antigens were determined in 39 patients with trigeminal neuralgia (TN) aggravation of which 25 were untreated, while 14 had received a course of the cadaveric nerve specific tissue therapy, 46 healthy(More)
The antigenic determinants of proteins contained in normal nervous tissue and some microorganisms were studied by the method of immunoblotting. Nervous tissue was found to contain antigens, common with some Mycobacterium tuberculosis antigens having molecular weights (MW) of 104, 90, 68, 40, 34, 28 kD and some antigens contained in staphylococcal and(More)
The authors suggest a new pathogenetic mechanism working in some forms of trigeminal [correction of trifacial] neuralgia. The mechanism is based on autoimmune reactions, notably, abolition of natural immunologic tolerance to normal proteins of neuronal conduction structural elements and appearance of pathological autoantibodies to them. A new pathogenetic(More)
A total of 1009 normal human sera (524 (51.9%) male and 485 (48.1%) female) were screened for rheumatoid factor (RF). The age of donors varied from 17 to 61 years, mean age 34 was years. The screening was performed by 3 methods with the following antigenic RF substrates: modified human IgG (latex test), Fc fragment of rabbit IgG (Vaaler-Rose test), and(More)
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