Mikhail Yakovlev

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The role of the kidneys in endotoxin aggression (EA) and the involvement of EA in disturbance of hemostasis were shown in 33 children with congenital urological pathology. With a progressive decrease in the accumulative-excretory function of the kidneys, compensated chronic EA became subcompensated or noncompensated with a pronounced clinical manifestation:(More)
Intestinal endotoxin is an obligate adaptive and pathogenetic factor of general adaptation syndrome. In athletes, systemic blood endotoxin levels, regulated by the sympathoadrenal system, increase as the athletic performance is enhanced and the exercise tolerance depends on the ability of the body to consume this endotoxin and on the extent to which it is(More)
of Cand. Sci. (Med.) Dissertation<lb>, Moscow,<lb>2001. 5. Alikova, T.T., Batmanov, Yu.E., Vyshegurov, Ya.Kh.,<lb>and Yakovlev, M.Yu., Parameters of Systemic Endotox-<lb>inemia and Titers of Antibacterial Antibodies in Patients<lb>with Idiopathic Anterior Uveites, Vestn. Ross. Gos. Med. Univ.<lb>, 2003, no. 3, p. 43. 6. Likhoded, V.G., Anikhovskaya, I.A.,(More)
Integral parameters of bacterial lipopolysaccharide concentration and antiendotoxin immunity activity were determined in the blood serum of subjects with two extreme variants of eating disorders: obesity and anorexia nervosa (in its clinical model, long-term starvation). The results of the study showed that obese patients had initially higher endotoxin(More)
Endotoxin aggression of intestinal origin occurs in 89% of patients with acute myocardial infarction and may be a factor of the induction and/or progression of the disease. The most common sources of endotoxin aggression are Escherichia coli, Bacteroides, Klebsiella, Proteus, and Pseudomonas.
An excess of intestinal endotoxin and a deficiency of antiendotoxin immunity are necessary components of the pathogenesis of iridocyclites of both viral and unknown origins. Bacteroids, colibacillus, blue pus bacillus, and Proteus are the most common factors in endotoxin aggression. Combined treatment supplemented with an “antiendotoxin component”(More)
The blood serum level of intestinal flora endotoxin was studied in 45 children and adolescents aged 3–17 years with type 1 diabetes mellitus. In all the patients the endotoxin levels 2.89 ± 0.33 EU/ml) were significantly elevated compared to the control group (0.4 ± 0.03 EU/ml). A higher level of endotoxin at the disease onset (3.93 ± 0.79 EU/ml) compared(More)
In this article we describe two alternative order-preserving encryption schemes. First scheme is based on arithmetic coding and the second scheme uses sequence of matrices for data encrypting. In the beginning of this paper we briefly describe previous related work published in recent time. Then we propose alternative variants of OPE and consider them in(More)
Endotoxin aggression is involved in the pathogenesis of chronic inflammatory gynecological diseases and primary and secondary female infertility. A significant (13-to 15-fold) increase in the lipopolysaccharide concentration in the blood serum is not associated with a rise in the body temperature or an increase in the titers of antibodies against Re(More)