Marina Yu. Khodanovich

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A well-known problem in ultra-high-field MRI is generation of high-resolution three-dimensional images for detailed characterization of white and gray matter anatomical structures. T1-weighted imaging traditionally used for this purpose suffers from the loss of contrast between white and gray matter with an increase of magnetic field strength.(More)
Event-linked brain potentials were studied in ten essentially healthy volunteers (six men, four women) aged 18–24 years. Subjects were presented with rare deviant and frequent standard visual stimuli in the standard odd-ball paradigm in conditions of active attention to stimulation and in conditions of distracted attention. Differences between deviant(More)
The presented dataset provides a normative high-resolution three-dimensional (3D) macromolecular proton fraction (MPF) map of the healthy rat brain in vivo and source images used for its reconstruction. The images were acquired using the protocol described elsewhere (Naumova, et al. High-resolution three-dimensional macromolecular proton fraction mapping(More)
The perception of time intervals is a sequential systemic process. A useful result for the human organism in this case appears to be the estimation of a time interval with the required accuracy. In particular, the perception of short time intervals, in the opinion of Kostandov et al. [1], is related to complex cortical activity and includes retention in the(More)
Changes in cerebral neurogenesis provoked by ischemia and the effect of fluoxetine on this process were studied using a three-vessel occlusion model of global transient cerebral ischemia. The global transient cerebral ischemia was modeled on male Wistar rats by transient occlusion of three major vessels originating from the aortic arch and supplying the(More)
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