Natalia Bodrug

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The K-Cl cotransporter KCC2 plays an essential role in neuronal chloride homeostasis, and thereby influences the efficacy and polarity of GABA signaling. Although KCC2 is expressed throughout the somatodendritic membrane, it is remarkably enriched in dendritic spines, which host most glutamatergic synapses in cortical neurons. KCC2 has been shown to(More)
Atherosclerosis is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in Western society. Despite improved insight into disease pathogenesis and therapeutic options, additional treatment strategies are required. Emerging evidence highlights the relevance of endothelial cell (EC) metabolism for angiogenesis, and indicates that EC metabolism is perturbed when ECs(More)
Several studies have explored the potential of targeting tumor angiogenesis in cancer treatment. Anti-angiogenesis monotherapy, which reduces blood vessel numbers, may still hold some promise in cancer treatment, but thus far it has only provided a modest effect on overall survival benefits. When combined with standard chemotherapies, some significant(More)
Course and systematic long-term noliprel therapy of chronic obstructive lung disease (COLD) complicated by chronic pulmonary heart permitted to arrest or significantly slow down further progress of heart remodeling, impairment of systolic and diastolic function of right and left chamber and to decrease pressure in the pulmonary artery. These changes(More)
Focal adhesion kinase (FAK) inhibitors have been developed as potential anticancer agents and are undergoing clinical trials. In vitro activation of the FAK kinase domain triggers autophosphorylation of Y397, Src activation, and subsequent phosphorylation of other FAK tyrosine residues. However, how FAK Y397 mutations affect FAK kinase-dead (KD) phenotypes(More)
84 patients with duodenal ulcer and positive by Helicobacter pylori (HP) were divided into two groups. Group 1 consisted of 42 patients who received omeprasol, metranidasol and clarithromycin. Group 2 of 42 patients received rovamycin instead of clarythromycin. The results of the study show that anti-HP regimen with rovamycin is superior to clarythromycin(More)
AIM To study effects of long-term administration of fenspiride in combination with broncholytic drugs on dynamics of clinical symptoms, external respiration function and quality of life in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). MATERIAL AND METHODS A comparative randomized trial of fenspiride used for 6 months in combination with(More)