N. V. Kirillova

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Amounts of DNA and RNA was increased (from 20 to 50%) in the presence of salicylic acid in cells of Polyscias filicifolia tissue culture grown in Murachige-Skoog modified medium. Treatment of the tissue culture with salicylic acid resulted in a significant increase of intracellular protein and decrease of proteolytic activity. In cells treated with(More)
112 strains of M. tuberculosis isolated from lung tuberculosis patients in Mongolia were genotyped using RD9, RD7, TbD1, RD105, and RD750 loci. The genotypes of all the strains studied were characterized using the conservation of RD7, RD9, and RD750 loci and the presence of the deletion in the locus TbD1. RD105 was detected in 65 isolates (58%). The isolate(More)
The accumulation of intracellular protein by the callus culture of Rauwolfia serpentina Benth. was studied in a standard or phytohormone-containing medium. Changes in the concentration of total protein in cells induced by indolylacetic and naphthylacetic acids were shown to be associated with the effects of these phytohormones on the biosynthesis and(More)
Specific motifs in the genomes of the family Chlamydiaceae were discussed. The search for genetic markers ofbacteria identification and typing is an urgent problem. The progress in sequencing technology resulted in compilation of the database of genomic nucleotide sequences of bacteria. This raised the problem of the search and selection of genetic targets(More)
The technique of mass-spectrometric microbial markers is known for almost 20 years. The technique is described in a number of research publications, dissertations and methodological literature. It passed the registration in Roszdravnadzor and is permitted for implementation as a new medical technology in medical institutions on the territory of the Russian(More)
Aldolase turnover in rat hepatic cell culture and the influence of whole-body X-irradiation on the rates of synthesis and degradation of the enzyme and its "half-life" have been investigated. Aldolase biosynthesis in irradiated cells increases significantly as the rate of its degradation grows and the time of its functioning decreases.