G. V. Zhukova

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Effects of low-intensity microwave radiation with bioactive frequency were studied in rats with transplanted sarcoma 45. After exposure to microwave radiation in the regimen of activation therapy, the antitumor effect was observed in 50% animals (marked inhibition of tumor growth or its partial regression). Light and electron microscopy revealed destructive(More)
This paper briefly reviews the ways of activation of the antitumor resistance mechanisms developed on the basis of the concept of the periodic system of general nonspecific adaptational reactions of the body. The principles of the formation of effective influences by electromagnetic radiation using biologically active substances are described. A comparison(More)
This paper presents a brief overview of the results of the original researches of biological responses induced by agents of cytostatic and regulatory actions in small doses, as well as weak electromagnetic radiation of different frequency bands. The possibility of obtaining the expressed antitumor, antistress and geroprotective effects has been shown. The(More)
OBJECTIVE To reveal the expression of neuronal connexin 36 (Cx36) in gliomas and then to analyze the ratio of expression of Cx36 to that of neuroglial antigens (synaptophysin, neurofilaments, and glial fibrillary acidic protein). MATERIAL AND METHODS Varying grade human glioma samples and tumor-adjacent tissue fragments were used for immunohistochemical(More)
High-frequency oscillations in a pulse wave signal in the range of 1-50 Hz and their relation to differential blood count leucocytes have been investigated. It is shown that the correlation coefficients grow in the frequency range of 1-12.5 Hz between high-frequency oscillations in a pulse wave signal and stab neutrophils, monocytes and segmented(More)
Changes in transplanted sarcoma 45 tissue in outbred albino rats with tumor regression under the effect of magnetite nanoparticles (magnetic fluid) were studied by light and electron microscopy. The ultrastructure and cell death types in regressing tumors and signs of cell-cell interactions with participation of macrophages, lymphocytes, neutrophils, and(More)
The effects of copper nanoparticles on the structure and function of the immune system organs (thymus and spleen) and intensity of free radical processes in the spleens of rats with sarcoma 45 were studied. A relationship between morphological and biochemical changes and antitumor efficiency of copper nanoparticles was demonstrated.
It is shown that general nonspecific adaptational reactions are the basis for mechanism of magnetic field effects at the organism level. The character of changes in organism and its subsystems (pattern of a general nonspecific adaptational reactions) is determined by the type of the reaction developing under magnetic field: stress or unknown before(More)
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