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Effect of the polyvalent proteinase inhibitor trasylol on antibody formation under normal conditions and in experimental atherosclerosis
Antibody formation against sheep's red cells and human serum albumin took place with the same intensity in rabbits with alimentary atherosclerosis as in normal animals. Trasylol did not affectExpand
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[Immunomodulating effects of vitamin K preparations and its potentiation by riboxine in acute cold stress].
The vitamin K preparations phylloquinone, menadione, and vikasol produce an immunomodulant effect under acute cold-induced stress conditions. A combination of phylloquinone, menadione and riboxinExpand
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[Naphthoquinones as immunomodulators during intensive exertion].
Naphthoquinones such as phylloquinone, menadione and vicasol normalized or increased the immune response in rats after intensive physical load. The most marked immunomodulating effect was induced byExpand
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ANTIBODY SYNTHESIS AND THE RATIO OF PROTEIN FRACTIONS IN BLOOD SERUM UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF IONIZING RADIATION
The study of immunogenesis in radiaiion sickness has become important in recent years Interest in this question is aroused because ionizing radiation. which destroys the natural protectiveExpand
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[Electrochemical properties of immune proteins synthetized in the irradiated organism].
Aggluttnins against Bact. paratyphi B. and precipitins against the proteins of human serum, which are produced in the healthy rabbit after the first injection of antigen, migrate in the electricExpand
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[Immunomodulating and antioxidant effects of magnetic and laser irradiation combined with administration of beta-carotene, essentiale, and riboxine during cold stress].
We studied effects of beta-carotine, essentiale and riboxine on immunometabolic effects induced by laser or magnetic laser radiation in intact rats and rats exposed to immersion cold. We found thatExpand
[Humoral factors in the stimulation of immunogenesis in a toxic lesion of the liver].
The work was aimed at the study of possibilities of passive transfer of the immunostimulating effect (with the aid of blood serum) observed in various pathological conditions of the liver.Expand
[Extracorporeal immunosuppressive effect of papain].
Exposure of allogenic erythrocytes to papain induced their immunosuppressing properties within relatively narrow ranges of the incubation medium temperature (42 but not 37 or 40 degrees C) and theExpand