I. A. Khlusov

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Strontium ranelate (29 μg/ml) and ibandronic acid (50 μM) produced a cytotoxic effect on rat bone marrow myelokaryocytes in vitro. Strontium ranelate increased the number of myelokaryocytes with signs of necrosis, ibandronic acid increased the number of apoptotic and necrotic cells in the 9-day 2D culture of bone marrow cells on the plastic surface of the(More)
The morphology and immunological phenotype of plastic-adherent cells from human colostrum were studied in an in vitro short-term culture (6–7 days) using antibodies to CD3, CD31, CD34, CD45, CD68, vimentin, and osteocalcin. In 20% of the analyzed cultural flasks, nearly equal proportion of fibroblast-like cells and rounded cells was observed. In the 80% of(More)
The applications of synchrotron radiation (SR) in medical imaging have become of great use, particularly in angiography, bronchography, mammography, computed tomography, and X-ray microscopy. Thanks to recently developed phase contrast imaging techniques non-destructive preclinical testing of low absorbing materials such as polymers has become possible. The(More)
A solution blow spinning technique is a method developed recently for making nonwoven webs of micro- and nanofibres. The principal advantage of this method compared to a more traditional electrospinning process is its significantly higher production rate. In this work, the solution blow spinning method was further developed to produce nonwoven polymeric(More)
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