N A Zubanova

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Decreased resistance to Krebs-2 ascitic carcinoma was demonstrated in mice which were in the state of hyporesponsiveness (tolerance) to virus interferon inducer (NDV) and increased resistance of the control mice to transplantation of tolerant carcinoma cells. Manifestations of tolerance in peritoneal and carcinoma cells were shown to be identical:(More)
The results of comparative experiments in guinea pigs sensitized with human and porcine leukocyte interferon are presented. The animals were inoculated either intracardially or intradermally with the appropriate interferon 18-24 days after a single intramuscular or a single subcutaneous interferon injection, the latter with Freund adjuvant. The results of(More)
A simple method for increasing the activity of human leukocyte interferon is described. It is based on the removal from the native preparation of a presumed inhibitor of antiviral effect followed by condensation of the resulting fractions by thin-canal cells TCF-10 of an Amicon apparatus. With this method of concentration there was no loss of the general(More)
The ointment containing pig leukocytic interferon had a pronounced therapeutic effect in herpetic affections of the face skin and genitalia. It prevented eruption, shortened the period of its healing and eliminated subjective sensations. The therapeutic effect was observed in 265 (87.7 per cent) out of 302 patients with recurring Herpes simplex treated with(More)
Experiments revealed parallelism between the duration of the main manifestations of the hyporeactivity phenomenon (tolerance) in interferon induction and the duration of detection of a masked infection with the inducer virus (Newcastle disease virus) in peritoneal exudate cells of tolerant mice. It was also shown that after contact of chick fibroblasts with(More)
An ointment containing porcine leucocytic interferon (PLI) with the use of lanolin as the base and addition of human serum albumin for stabilization of the antiviral activity and Tris-or Hepes-buffer solutions for stabilization of the medium pH value was studied. The trials on volunteers with herpetic affections of the face and genitalia showed absolute(More)
A comparative study of different methods for concentration of porcine leukocyte interferon active in human cells was carried out. Ultrafiltration in an apparatus TCF-10 was found to be the most effective method of concentration by which preparations of porcine interferon showing antiviral activity up to 1 X 10(6) IU/ml were obtained. The total antiviral(More)
The use of the routine method for inactivation of the inductor virus by acidification of interferon to pH 2.0 resulted in a significant decrease in the antiviral activity of pig leukocytic interferon, since the preparation was highly sensitive to changes in the pH values. The use of 0.1 per cent solution of formalin provided complete inactivation of the(More)