I. A. Mikhailova

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Local accumulation of cells (hypercellularity) in the intima of the arterial wall as a result of cell proliferation is recognized as one of the major manifestations of human atherosclerosis. In the present study we have used a monoclonal antibody against PCNA to identify the proliferative activity, in uninvolved intima of human aorta classified as diffuse(More)
International Agency for Research on Cancer recognized as sufficient the evidence of Helicobacter pylori (HP) infection carcinogenicity and placed it into the 1 st group of carcinogens. Micronucleus level in gastric epithelial cells of antral stomach region of patients with chronic non-atrophy gastritis (n = 62) was studied. 40 patients of 62 had(More)
The effect of mean blood velocity on thrombus formation parameters was studied using mesenteric vessels of white rats. An advanced phenomenological theory, explaining the relationship between mean blood velocity and thrombus growth rate, is presented. The qualitative analysis of theoretical and experimental data have shown that the main observed features in(More)
Irradiation of the rat portal vein's fragments with the He-Ne laser for 3, 5 and 10 minutes reduced the fragments tone by half. Frequency of phasic and tonic contractions did not change, their amplitude, however, increased by neatly 40% as compared with the initial level. The NO synthase blocker N-nitro-L-arginine administered prior to the irradiation had(More)
To evaluate the role of lipid oxidation in atherogenesis the levels of lipid- and protein-bound products of peroxidation in normal and atherosclerotic areas of human aorta were investigated. The level of fluorescent (360/430 nm) lipid products was measured in chloroform-methanol extracts of aortic tissue. Normal intima, initial lesions and fatty streaks had(More)
Inflammatory reactions driven by an accumulation in the intima of immune-inflammatory cells and focal lipid depositions are the hallmarks of atherogenesis. It is commonly accepted that immune-inflammatory cell accumulation and lipid deposition are associated with the very earlier stage of atherosclerosis but no study has yet focused on the determination of(More)
Being of global ecological significance, boreal forests of Siberia located at the high latitudes of Northern Eurasia serve as a unique source of genetic, species, and ecosystem diversity. Previously conducted research revealed a wide range of scientific problems regarding the intraspecific diversity of trees, estimation of the structure and current state of(More)
Rats, frogs and snakes significantly differed in their thrombogenic activity and thromboresistance of microcirculatory vessels. Mammals revealed a higher thrombogenic activity and a more significant difference between arterioles and venules. Changes of hemodynamic parameters in arterial and venous parts occurring in the course of evolution seem to involve(More)