Maryna V. Naboka

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BACKGROUND After the Chernobyl accident in 1986, children of the contaminated Narodichesky region of Ukraine were obliged to participate in a yearly medical screening. They have been exposed to 137cesium (137Cs; half-life = 30 years) in contaminated soils, air, and food. OBJECTIVE Using a "natural experiment" approach and a longitudinal prospective cohort(More)
A new photoplasmodynamic method and Elektroton-Pulsar hardware system for its implementation are described. The method provides treatment of suppurative wounds by exposure of the infection focus to a gas mixture containing highly active components: O*, O2*, 1O2, O(, O3 traces + UV, etc. The exposure is performed using high-voltage electric discharges(More)
The dependence of some parameters of L-cells culture viability on different concentrations of heavy metals was studied. Considerable cytotoxic effect of low concentrations of nickel (0.025 mcg/ml) and lead (0.05 mcg/ml) was shown. Copper and chrome at concentrations of 0.25-0.5 mcg/ml promote cells proliferation between third and fifth days of cultivation.(More)
The Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant (CNPP) accident represents one of the most significant civilian releases of (137)Cesium ((137)Cs, radiocesium) in human history. In the Chernobyl-affected region, radiocesium is considered to be the greatest on-going environmental hazard to human health by radiobiologists and public health scientists. The goal of this study(More)
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