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Analysis of EEG Structural Synchrony in Adolescents with Schizophrenic Disorders
A total of 39 healthy adolescents and 45 adolescents with schizophrenic disorders (mean age 12.3 years) were examined to study the EEG structural synchrony as reflecting temporal synchronization ofExpand
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Immunogenicity of tetanus-diphtheria toxoids (Td) among Ukrainian adults: implications for diphtheria control in the Newly Independent States of the Former Soviet Union.
After 30 years of control, epidemic diphtheria returned to the Soviet Union in 1990. To develop control strategies, the immunogenicity of the tetanus and diphtheria toxoids (Td) vaccine was assessed.Expand
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Correlation between levels of autoantibodies to nerve growth factor and the clinical features of schizophrenia in children
Autoimmune reactions resulting in the production of autoantibodies to nerve tissue are relevant to many mental diseases, including schizophrenia [4, 10, 14]. However, there are currently no generallyExpand
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[Segmental structure of the EEG alpha activity in adolescents with disorders of schizophrenic spectrum].
The EEG records of 39 healthy adolescents and 45 age-matched schizophrenic patients were analyzed. The broad-band EEG spectral analysis and segmental analysis of the alpha-activity revealedExpand
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[An elevation in the level of autoantibodies to nerve-growth factor in the blood serum of schizophrenic children].
The level of autoantibodies (AAB) to nerve growth factor (NGF) was examined in blood of mentally healthy children, children with early children schizophrenia as well as with Kanner's and Asperger'sExpand
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Soil aggressiveness influence on the deterioration of protective insulating coatings
The deterioration of insulating coatings used for protection of underground constructions was studied in various aggressive soils. The degree of soil aggressiveness influenced the deterioration ofExpand
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[The influence of radiation of the child mental development].
The paper presents the results of implementation of the first stage of WHO programme concerning consequences of the Chernobyl accident in terms of influence of radiation on mental health of childrenExpand
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[Clinical computed tomographic correlations in children from a group at high risk for schizophrenia].
Computed tomography (CT) was performed in 189 individuals: in 44 children of schizophrenic parents (high risk group, HRG), in 39 parents with schizophrenia or with schizophrenic disturbance, in 56Expand
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