L. S. Kopylova

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It was shown that following a 10-minute maintenance in the exposed liver of a temperature of 30 degrees C, subsequent chilling (by 5 degrees C) led to degradational radiation of both the visible and the UV part of the spectrum. The presence of UV item is explained by a greater energy level of unbalanced molecular constellations in the cell substrate at 30(More)
The spectral composition of radiation from the mouse liver was studied in situ after intravenous injection of various doses of glucose. A statistically significant ultraviolet component-mitogenetic radiation-appeared after injection of 15 mg glucose. Only visible radiation was recorded after smaller or larger doses. The results are evidence of the role of(More)
Some of the drawbacks are discussed associated with hygienic norms for gaseous sterilizing agents in polymeric products for medical applications. A new approach is proposed for regulating ethylene oxide (EO) in such products. To this end, limiting types of biological effect and its pathways have been determined and substantiated as well as the reliability(More)
Results of investigation of toxicity of ethylene oxide (EO) entering the organism by routes other than inhalation (subcutaneous, intramuscular, intraperitoneal, intravenous) have demonstrated that the substance causes intoxication characterized by polytropic effect on many vitally important organs and systems. The changes in most of the indices under study(More)
After the exposed liver had been kept for 10 min at 30°C, cooling to 5°C led to “degradation” emission in both the visible and the ultraviolet parts of the spectrum. The presence of the ultraviolet component is explained by the higher energy level of the unbalanced molecular constellations in the cell substrate at 30°C than at a temperature of 38°C in the(More)
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