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)
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)
The role of cAMP- and IKK-2-dependent pathways in stimulation of the growth capacity of mesenchymal progenitor cells with alkaloid songorine was studied in vitro. Inhibitors of adenylate cyclase and IKK-2 were shown to abolish the increase in proliferative activity of progenitor cells. Moreover, blockade of the inhibitory kinase complex was accompanied by a(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)
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)
Psychopharmacological effects of atisine-type diterpene alkaloid Z77 were studied under conditions of experimental posthypoxic encephalopathy. The preparation had a pronounced cerebroprotective effect consisting in normalization of orientation and exploratory behavior and conditioned activity in experimental animals. These changes were accompanied by(More)
We studied the involvement of individual JAK kinases in the realization of the growth potential of mesenchymal precursors under the effect of fibroblast growth factor. The important role of JAK2 and JAK3 in determining the initial level of mitotic activity of progenitor cells and participation of JAK1 in this process under conditions of cytokine stimulation(More)
The role of JNK-mediated signal pathway and participation of p53 transcription factor in stimulation of realization of the growth potential of the mesenchymal precursor cells by alkaloid songorine were examined in vitro. Specific inhibitors of JNK and p53 enhanced stimulation of fibroblast colony/cluster formation and proliferative activity of mesenchymal(More)
Involvement of individual JAK kinases in the realization of growth potential of mesenchymal progenitor cells was examined in vitro. Important role of JAK2 and JAK3 in determining the initial level of mitotic activity of progenitor cells was established. The yield of fibroblast CFUF was suppressed under the effect of specific inhibitors of JAK kinases.(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)