N. V. Selezneva

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Allele epsilon 4 of the apolipoprotein E (APOE) gene is associated with higher risk of Alzheimer's disease (AD) in many, though not all, ethnic groups. The APOE allele and genotype frequency distributions were studied in 207 AD patients without cerebrovascular disorders, 62 AD patients with cerebrovascular disorders (combined AD), and 206 control(More)
Measurements of the magnetic susceptibility, magnetization, electrical resistivity and neutron diffraction have been performed for the compound Fe(0.5)TiS(2) in which Fe atoms are intercalated between S-Ti-S tri-layers. It has been shown that this compound with a monoclinic crystal structure exhibits an antiferromagnetic (AF) ground state below the Néel(More)
Crystal structure investigations, electrical resistivity, and magnetic measurements have been performed for polycrystalline samples of intercalated compounds Cr(x)TiTe(2) with a Cr concentration up to x = 0.65. According to the room-temperature x-ray diffraction study of Cr(x)TiTe(2), the initial hexagonal crystal structure transforms to a monoclinic one(More)
A comparative study of four series of pyrrhotite-type chalcogenide compounds Fe(7-y)M(y)X(8) (X = S, Se) with substitution of Ti or Co for iron has been performed by means of x-ray and neutron powder diffraction, and by magnetization measurements. In Fe(7-y)M(y)X(8) compounds having a ferrimagnetic order at y = 0, the substitution of either Ti or Co for(More)
Alpha-2-macroglobulin (A2M) is a proteinase inhibitor that is present in senile plaques and may play a role in metabolism of amyloid beta (A beta) peptide. Recently it was reported that inheritance of the deletion allele (A2M-2) confers increased risk for late-onset Alzheimer disease (AD) with significance of this effect similar to the epsilon4 allele of(More)
Allele ε4of the apolipoprotein E (APOE) gene is associated with higher risk for family or sporadic Alzheimer's disease (AD) in many, though not all, ethnic groups. The APOEallele and genotype frequency distributions were evaluated in 207 AD patients without vascular disorders, 62 AD patients with vascular disorders (combined AD), and 206 control individuals(More)
Computed tomography was used to study the prevalence rates of various types of intracranial pathology, hydrocephalus (HDC) and cortical atrophy (CA) in patients with late dementia (LD) and to comparatively assess the informative value of tomographic methods of cerebral morphometry. Computed tomographic data were obtained from 432 patients with LD. Despite(More)
The x-ray diffraction, electrical resistivity and thermal expansion measurements have been employed to study how the intercalation of Cr atoms into TiSe2 matrix affects the crystal structure, formation of the charge density wave (CDW) and electrical properties. The intercalation of a small amount of Cr atoms (up to x ~ 0.03) is observed to suppress the CDW(More)
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