Iu V Balabanov

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Growth and differentiation of neurons and glia in spinal cord explants of 16 days old rat fetuses with teratogen-induced left-sided micromelia were studied. Progressive destruction of astrocytes that differentiate in interstitial zone of cultures was observed in 37% of explants of the left side, while the development was normal in cultures of the right(More)
500--700 rat oocytes were solubilized in 0.3--0.6 ml of 1% sodium dodecyl sulphate (SDS) --0.06 tris-HCl, pH 6.7. The excess of SDS was removed in the form of unsoluble Ba2 (SDS) and the lysate was placed on the surface of 1% agarose microgel, performed in a glass capillar with the inner diameter 600 and the length of gel 7--8 nm. The microvolume (1.3 mcl)(More)
An attempt was made of a direct transfer to the recipient of postural asymmetry originating after the removal of half of the anterior lobe of the cerebellum in rats. Postural asymmetry of the hind limbs proved to develop in spinal rats after subdural injection of brain extracts of the pathological donors below the spinal section level. Specificity of this(More)
In the tissue culture of the newborn rat cerebrum structural peculiarities of the glial growth have been investigated, using scanning and transmissive microscopy. Glioblasts are the first to migrate into the growth zone from the explant. Formation of the glial network is accompanied with formation of multilayered structures. In the cerebral tissue culture 3(More)
It has been experimentally established that special hypophysiotropic factors--precursors of pose asymmetry factors (PAF) are found in the cerebrospinal fluid of donor animals with cortical lesions during the first postoperative hours. These factors, being specific for the location of the cortical lesion in donor animals, appear to be hypophysiotropic(More)