N. S. Sergeeva

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We compared the composition and biological activity of fetal calf serum and platelet lysate from donor platelet concentrate. In platelet lysate, the concentrations of alkaline phosphatase, lactate dehydrogenase, creatinine, and mineral metabolism parameters were lower, while parameters of lipid and protein metabolism were higher than in fetal calf serum.(More)
Cytocompatibility of 5 coral aquaculture skeleton species derived from two families (Acroporidae and Pocilloporidae) was studied over the course of in vitro culturing in continuous human fibroblast culture by the MMT test. Biocompatibility and capacity of scaffold to “transfer” cell cultures (specifically, multipotent mesenchymal stromal cells) to sites of(More)
Platelet lysate prepared from donor platelet concentrate and pooled according to a developed technique stimulates migration of multipotent mesenchymal stromal cells of the human adipose tissue and promotes healing of the monolayer defect in cultures of human fibroblasts and multipotent mesenchymal stromal cells in vitro in concentrations close those of(More)
Physical and chemical (phase and chemical composition, dynamics of resorption, and strength properties), and biological (cytological compatibility and scaffold properties of the surface) properties of samples of scleractinium coral skeletons from aquacultures of three types and corresponding samples of natural coral skeletons (Pocillopora verrucosa,(More)
We analyzed and systematized the criteria of biocompatibility of materials intended for reconstruction of bone defects on the basis of previously studied synthetic, natural, and composite biomaterials (carbonate hydroxyapatite, calcium phosphate cement, silica, natural corals, freshwater pearls, chitosan/carbonate hydroxyapatite) in the model of(More)
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