Natalia Boldanova

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The addition of the neuropeptide carnosine (beta-alanyl-L-histidine) as a food additive to the basic protocol of Parkinson's disease treatment results in significant improvement of neurological symptoms, along with increase in red blood cell Cu/Zn-SOD and decrease in blood plasma protein carbonyls and lipid hydroperoxides, with no noticeable change in(More)
The addition of the neuropeptide carnosine ( -alanyl-L-histidine) as a food additive to the basic protocol of Parkinson’s disease treatment results in significant improvement of neurological symptoms, along with increase in red blood cell Cu/Zn-SOD and decrease in blood plasma protein carbonyls and lipid hydroperoxides, with no noticeable change in(More)
The chemical composition of essential oil (EO) (0.57 – 0.80% yield) from a hepatoprotective herbal mix was analyzed by GC/MS. The major constituents of the EO were 4-epiacorenone (15.04%), dihydroisocalamendiol (11.55%), shyobunone (7.75%), thymol (6.91%), isoshyobunone (3.87%), Z-azarone (3.55%), a-selinene (3.19%), isocalamendiol (2.09%), camphor (1.23%),(More)
The medicinal plant Saposhnikovia divaricata (Turcz.) Schischk. [syn. Ledebouriella divaricata (Turcz.) Hiroe] (Apiaceae) inhabits Mongolia, China, Korea, eastern Siberia (Republic of Buryatia, Zabaikalsky Krai) and the Russian Far East (Sakhalin Oblast, Priamurye, Primorye) and has been used for several thousand years in traditional medicine of China,(More)
The effect of phospholipid multilayer liposomes on the properties of endoplasmic reticular membranes has been studied in hepatic cells damaged with CCl4. It has been shown that the repair effect of phosphatidylcholine liposomes was manifested in vivo by normalization of phospholipid membrane composition, reduction in the degree of cytochrome P-450(More)
Level of fructose-1-monophosphate aldolase was decreased in blood serum after administration of phosphatidyl choline-containing liposomes into male rats with experimental toxic hepatitis caused by treatment with hepatotropic poison CCl4 at a dose of 0.25 ml/100 g of body mass. The rate of the aldolase level normalization depends on composition of liposomes(More)
i. E. B. Burlakova, A. V. Alesenko, E. M. Molochkina, et al., Bioantioxidants in Radiation Damage and Malignant Growth [in Russian], Moscow (1975). 2. Yu. A. Vladimirov and A. I. Archakov, Lipid Peroxidation in Biomembranes [in Russian], Moscow (1972). 3. Yu. P. Kozlov, V. S. Danilov, V. E. Kagan, and M. V. Sitkovskii, Free-Radical Lipid Oxidation in(More)
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