N A Kolesova

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A study of the lenses of CatFr/+ and +/+ mice at different stages of embryonic and postembryonic development by means of electron and light microscopy has shown that the effect of CatFr gene single dose is characterized by a more rapid denucleation of lens fibers, as compared with the normal development. Defects of the nuclear envelope structure, similar(More)
151 rheumatics aged between 16 and 70 were examined. 110 of them had active rheumatism, in 41 inactive form of the disease was diagnosed. Various gastric changes found in 90.5% of patients were related both to rheumatism and adverse effects of antirheumatic treatment as well as to concomitant diseases of stomach and duodenum. Achlorhydria resistant to(More)
Five rheoparodontographic curve types were distinguished, characterizing the severity of periodontal condition and the underlying disease. Morphologic examinations have revealed specific features of involvement of the periodontal regional hemomicrocirculation bed, leading to disorders in energy metabolism and development of circulatory and tissue hypoxia.(More)
An electron microscope study of lenses in 11--15 and 17 days old embryos of mice homozygous by dominant cataract-Fr (CatFr) gene has shown that ultrastructural changes in the nuclear envelope are the earliest expression of the mutant gene. The primary lens fibers of 12 days old embryos CatFr/CatFr, unlike those of the normal ones, are characterized by the(More)