L M Beliavtseva

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Incorporation of 3H-leucine into proteins of rat brain cell structures during application of antifeins (compounds of alternative action on memory processes) has been studied. No correlation was observed between changes in protein synthesis in nuclei, mitochondria, components of endoplasmic reticulum and memory effects of ethyl-, allyl- and(More)
The authors review different mechanisms of mnemotropic and cerebroprotective effects of nootropic drugs. The data concerning the molecular mechanisms of action of the structural analogs of the memory stimulant ethylnorantifeine (etimizol) have been summarized and analyzed. It is shown that the effects of antifeines on the retention of the conditioned(More)
Denervation of the rabbit gastrocnemius muscle is shown to result after 18 and 72 h in a decrease of Mg2+-, Ca2+-dependent and an increase of Mg+-dependent parts of nuclear ATPase activity, with the total level of the enzyme activity retained. 7 days later the total ATPase activity of nuclei decreases as well as the expense of its EGTA-dependent part. These(More)
It has been shown that ethylnorantifein and its structural analogues with opposite effects on long term memory reduce the activity of membrane bound phosphodiesterase cAMP with high and low affinity and exert the same directed influence on lipids peroxidation in membranes. A positive correlation was observed only between the action of these substances on(More)
RNA-synthesizing activity of neuronal nuclei in the neocortex of rats increases after the termination of conditioning depending on the degree of learning. RNA synthesis shifts induced by propylnorantifein and the demethylated derivatives of ethylnorantifein are correlated only with the influence of the drugs on the retention but not the learning.(More)
The time course of 14C-etimizol distribution in cell structures of the rat cerebral cortex was studied. Two minutes after intraperitoneal injection etimizol penetrates brain cells. At this time the greater portion of the drug is found in cytosol. In five minutes the maximal part of the label gets bound with cell nuclei and microsomal protein fraction(More)
A comparative study of proteins adsorbed on outer surface of microsomal membranes was carried out. Electrophoretic differences between endoplasmic reticulum proteins from liver and brain cells were revealed. These differences were not observed in the presence of sodium dodecyl sulphate. Proteins of brain microsomes are shown to bind in vitro with membranes(More)
Effects of ethimizole on the infraslow ascillations of the brain electrical activity were correlated with the pattern of its distribution within cellular structures. A negative wave of the infraslow activity was found to occur after the drug administration at the moment of its maximal inclusion into the two cellular fractions: the nuclei and the surface(More)
A single intraperitoneal injection of ethanol (2 g/kg) disturbed the learning and performance of one trial passive avoidance task and decreased (by 14 %) the level of RNA-synthesizing activity of brain cortical synaptosomes in rats. The data obtained are discussed in accordance with the hypothesis that ethanol affects synaptic transmission in the central(More)