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Fullerene C60 complexed with poly(N-vinyl-pyrrolidone) prevents the disturbance of long-term memory consolidation
A microinjection of C60/poly-(N-vinyl-pyrrolidone) (C60/PVP) adduct into the dorsal hippocampus is shown to prevent the disturbance of spatial memory consolidation induced by the administration of aExpand
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[Antiviral activity of fullerene (60)C complexed with poly(N-vinylpyrrolidone)].
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The study of the stability of fullerene C60 films
The aim of this work was to study the stability of fullerene C60 upon irradiation by visible light in air flow. The fullerene film with thickness of 100 nm are studied. Analysis of the results wasExpand
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Dose-dependent pharmacokinetics of a xanthine-related nootropic drug, ethimizol, in rats.
Pharmacokinetics of the respiratory analeptic ethimizol, 4,5-bis(methylcarbamoyl)-1-ethylimidazole, with recently recognized nootropic properties, its metaboliteExpand
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Solid-phase photosensitizers based on fullerene C 60 for photodynamic inactivation of viruses in biological liquids
A new type of solid-phase photosensitizer has been proposed and created on the basis of aggregated fullerene C60 for the photodynamic inactivation of pathogens in biological liquids. This paperExpand
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Selective alkylation of imidazole-4(5)-carboxamides
Alkylation of imidazole-4(b)-carboxamides by alkyl halides or dimethylsulfate leads to the selective formation of 1-alkyl-imidazole-4-carboxamides.
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Self‐organization of Fullerene Molecules in Thin Polymeric Films
The possibility of fabricating a composite membrane from a track membrane by deposition onto its surface of thin polymeric films modified with carbon nanostructures is considered. It is shown that aExpand
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Alkylation of Imidazole-4(5)-carboxylic Acid Derivatives with Methyl Bromoacetate
The alkylation of imidazole-4(5)-carboxylic acid anilide and methyl ester with bromoacetic acid and its methyl ester in neutral and alkaline media yields, along with monoalkylation products,Expand
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Selective anticonvulsant action of N-substituted imidazole-4,5-dicarboxylic acids against quinolinic acid
Selective antagonists of quinolinic acid (2,3-pyridine dicarboxylic acid, QUIN)--an endogenous convulsant tryptophan metabolite, administered intracerebroventricular to mice, were identified duringExpand
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