Merlie Sapin

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At studying various groups of the human lymph vessels (inguinal, axillary, peristernal, deep cervical, superior tracheobroncheal, etc.) a certain asymmetry in their structure has been noted. The number of similar lymph nodes at either side is not equal: their number is greater at the right side than at the left. As a rule, the range between maximum and(More)
Reorganization of cellular content of splenic functional zones was studied morphometrically in mice after single irradiation with fast carbon ions. It was demonstrated that irradiation does not cause significant changes in microtopography of splenic structures but is accompanied with changes in cytoarchitecture and rearrangement of lymphoid cells throughout(More)
Irradiation of mice with energy-fast carbon ions 4.0 in dose impairs histological structure of thymus on the first day after the challenge. Non differentiated cell forms (blasts and large lymphocytes) and middle lymphocytes were most sensitive to the irradiation. As a result mitotic activity decrease was noted. Reparative process in thymus begins on d 22(More)
INTRODUCTION Although platelet response testing is controversial, up to one-third of neuroendovascular patients are 'resistant' to clopidogrel and are at risk for in stent thrombotic complications and may require alternative antiplatelet therapy. Ticagrelor is a new reversible ADP P2Y12 platelet receptor inhibitor with no known resistance. We describe the(More)
Exogenous antioxidants, e.g. tocopherol, prevent undesirable changes in the thymus and accelerate its recovery after intensive physical exercise. Four weeks after the end of training (swimming) the general structure of the thymus and content of LPO products in rats treated with tocopherol corresponded to the control values, in contrast to animals receiving(More)
Literary and experimental data on the character of changes in immune organs and lymphoid tissue of respiratory system and digestive system in laboratory animals during the mission factors model area given. Inhibition of reproductive function in bone marrow, thymus and spleen under irradiation of gamma-rays and accelerated carbon ions, tensity of immune(More)
Five-day exposure to hypergravitation (2g) induced structural and functional changes in the thymus: intensification of cell destruction and inhibition of mitotic activity of lymphocytes in all functional components of the organ. This leads to a significant (2-fold) decrease in thymus weight, area of the thymus cortex on histological section, blurring of the(More)