M Iu Golovko

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The development of autolysis in grey brain matter of albino rats was accompanied by desintegration of aminophospholipids with parallel increase of glycerophosphates (GLP) and phosphatidic acids (PA) on early stages of incubation and lysophospholipids (LPL) on later stages. Acute hypobaric hypoxic hypoxia decreased the level of phosphatidylethanolamines (PE)(More)
The influence of exogenous ions Ca2+ on the autholytic alterations of lipids in the brain grey matter of rats was investigated during incubation in a sterile physiological solution in vitro. The level of phospholipids decreased with parallel accumulation of diacylglycerols and free fatty acids. The contents of cholesterol and its esters varied in reciprocal(More)
Geomagnetic effects on quantitative characteristics of alpha-rhythm were assessed by shifts in electroencephalograms recorded in 126 essentially healthy human subjects and changes in lipid metabolism in the cortex and white matter in 140 white rats. Indices of the geomagnetic activity were D, H and Z-components. The method of "epoch superposition" revealed(More)
The influence of cytoprotecting concentrations of bovine serum albumin (BSA) on the autolytic alterations of rat brain white and grey matters in the physiological solution containing was investigated, In the autolysed grey matter exogenous BSA prevents the decomposition of phospholipids and the gaining the free fatty acids up to 1 hr of incubation and(More)
Effects of acute hypobaric hypoxia (1:30 hrs. at 190-200 mm Hg) on the autolytic changes in lipids of the gray and white substance of the brain were evaluated in an experiment with white rats. Total lipids (TL) in the autolysing segments of the brain of rats sacrificed immediately following the end of hypoxia were noticed to undulate downward starting from(More)
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