Natalja Sevostianova

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mGlu1 and mGlu5 receptors have been implicated in pain associated with inflammation. In the present study, the formalin test was used to measure sustained pain with components of tissue injury. The aims of the present study were to assess: (i) the role of mGlu1 and mGlu5 receptors in inflammatory pain using selective antagonist EMQMCM, 1.25-5 mg/kg, as the(More)
To reveal peripheral components of opiate analgesia, effects of loperamide, opioid agonist which does not penetrate the blood-brain barrier, were examined in formalin and acute thermal pain tests in comparison with morphine. Formalin administration induces pain behaviour such licking/biting of injected paw expressed as two phases. The first phase is caused(More)
We studied molecular mechanisms of immunoprotective effects of two dipeptides, AB-O and R-1, on cultured human and rat thymic cells. Both dipeptides were shown to increase the expression of lymphocyte differentiation marker CD5 in thymic cells. Dipeptide АВ-0 induced T-cells precursor differentiation towards СD4+ T-helpers and its effect was weaker than(More)
A population of neuroendocrine cells secreting chromogranin A was verified in the intestine of subjects aged over 60 years. The count of intestinal cells expressing chromogranin A and Ki-67 proliferation protein increases with aging. More intensive expression of chromogranin A and Ki-67 protein in senile age and in long-livers is presumably a compensatory(More)
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