L. A. Stavrova

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In vitro experiments demonstrated increased colony-forming capacity of erythroid, granulomonocytic, and mesenchymal progenitors of the bone marrow and parenchymal progenitor elements of the liver after treatment with immobilized hyaluronidase. Increased sensitivity of these progenitor cells to erythropoietin, granulocyte colony-stimulating factor,(More)
We studied the role of intracellular signaling molecules PI3K, МАРK ERK1/2, and р38 in stimulation of realization of the growth potential of mesenchymal progenitor cells by alkaloid songorine in vitro. Inhibitors of PI3K, ERK1/2 and р38 canceled the increase in proliferative activity of progenitor cells, the blockers of ERK1/2 and р38 reduced the intensity(More)
Protein kinase p38 was shown to contribute to the increase in production of granulocyte CSF by microenvironmental cells under conditions of restraint stress. Stimulation of colony-forming activity was not accompanied by the increase in maturation of clonogenic structures in the bone marrow granulocytic stem. This process was realized with the involvement of(More)
Granulocytic CSF pegylated using electron-beam synthesis nanotechnology exhibits pronounced granulomonocytopoiesis-stimulating and SC-mobilizing activity. More potent stimulation of committed precursors against the background of less pronounced activation of polypotent hemopoietic cells is a peculiarity of hemostimulating action of pegylated using(More)
  • A. M. Dygai, E. I. Vereshchagin, +10 authors T. V. Firsova
  • 2009
The effects of granulocytic CSF immobilized on polyethylenoxide by nanotechnology on the bone marrow and circulating pools of mesenchymal and hemopoietic precursors were studied. Immobilized granulocytic CSF caused the release of progenitor cells of different classes into the blood. The effect of injected immobilized granulocytic CSF was superior to that of(More)
We studied the role of signaling pathways in the regulation of erythropoiesis against the background of myelosuppression caused by administration of 5-fluorouracil. The important role of cyclic AMP in the maturation of erythroid progenitors after cytostatic treatment was demonstrated. The secretory activity of myelokaryocytes during the period of erythroid(More)
PI3- and MAP-kinase signaling pathways duplicate and interchange each other in production of agents that determine total erythropoietic activity under conditions of balanced erythropoiesis. The alternative p38-dependent MAP-kinase pathway is the major regulator of erythropoietic activity of adherent bone marrow cells. Blockade of PI3K and p38 signaling(More)
A decrease in the total number of sperm cells and reduction of spermatogonium population were observed upon cytostatic damage of spermatogenous tissue caused by single paclitaxel administration. It was established that the paclitaxel-induced damage to the testicular tissue is underlain by reduction of its regenerative potential consisting in depletion of(More)
Pharmacological characteristics of somatotropin pegylated using electron-beam synthesis nanotechnology (PEG-STH) were studied. Oral PEG-STH stimulated the intensity of protein and lipid metabolism and endochondral bone growth without modifying the processes of periosteal and endosteal bone formation. Specific activity of this substance administered orally(More)
The study examines the role of signal pathways in triggering the compensatory reactions in the blood system in response to the cytostatic administration. In vitro experiments elucidated the involvement of protein kinase p38 in the synthesis of granulocytic CSF by cells of hemopoietic microenvironment. The important role of the transcriptional factor NF-κB(More)