L. G. Zaitseva

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The characteristic patterns of EEG spatial organization at different stages of natural sleep and the hypnotic state were studied in 26 volunteers aged 18–22 years. EEGs were recorded using 12 monopolar leads, and EEG cross-correlation coefficient matrices were calculated for consecutive epochs (4 and 8 s). Matrices averaged for each state were treated using(More)
Age-related characteristics of the systemic organization of intra- and interhemispheric interactions during a stereognostic task (tactile shape recognition with the right or left hand) were studied in adults and children aged five to six, seven to eight, and nine to ten years. A combined pattern of cortical interactions was found in adults. It was expressed(More)
In the early period after intravaginal infection with herpes simplex virus type 2 (2 h), macrophages from sensitive DBA/2 mice were characterized by higher capacity to engulf the antigen, decreased function of the lysosomal apparatus, lower activity of cathepsin D, and reduced oxygen metabolism compared to cells from resistant BALB/c mice. Mucosal(More)
We studied the role of eicosanoids in the regulation of macrophage phagocytic functions by products secreted in heterogeneous populations of macrophages and platelet-activating factor during endotoxic shock. Phagocytic activity depended on the metabolism of arachidonic acid in target macrophages and the ratio between its cyclooxygenase and lipoxygenase(More)
The contents of the container are re leased as a resul t of the p re s su re in the container generated by the saturated vapor of the propellant by p ress ing on the stem of the valve. The solution of medicinal substances is reduced to fine par t ic les as a resul t of the vigorous ebullition of the compressed Freon-12, the active surface thereby being very(More)
The effect of salmozan on the resistance of mice to Listeria monocytogenes infection, the formation of delayed hypersensitivity (DH) to sheep red blood cells in the animals, as well as changes in some functional activity characteristics of macrophages have been studied. The study has revealed that salmozan enhances anti-infectious resistance, suppresses the(More)
The study made with the use of complex methods established that the local (wound) application of tetanus toxoid rapidly made the manifestation of the lysosomal apparatus more pronounced, increased the oxidizing activity (determined in the nitro blue tetrazolium test) and phagocytic activity of the mononuclear phagocytizing system in the wound and in the(More)
The levamisole effect on the phagocytic capacity of macrophages and their membrane permeability was studied in A and CBA mice. It was shown that both in vivo and in vitro, levamisole treatment of peritoneal and splenic macrophages resulted in the diminution of antigen uptake and slowing down of its clearance as compared with control animals. The exposure to(More)