Oksana Kuznetsova

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Inflammation is a pathophysiological response to infection or tissue damage during which high levels of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species are produced by phagocytes to kill microorganisms. Reactive oxygen and nitrogen species serve also in the complex regulation of inflammatory processes. Recently, it has been proposed that peroxiredoxins may play key(More)
We studied the effect of Ladasten (30 mg/kg intraperitoneally for 5 days) on the subpopulation composition of T cells in immunocompetent organs of male C57Bl/6 mice during modeling of an anxious-depressive state (chronic zoosocial stress). Stress exposure of animals for 30 days was followed by a decrease in the relative weight of the thymus, increase in the(More)
We studied the effects of SNK-411, a new 5-pyrimidinol derivative, on serum cytokine profile of C57Bl/6 mice with Lewis lung carcinoma. The compound was injected intraperitoneally in doses of 25 and 50 mg/kg. A significant (by 3.5 times) increase in serum IL-4 content was detected in mice with tumors on day 9 of tumor development. In mice receiving SNK-411(More)
Experiments on male C57Bl/6 mice with transplantable Lewis lung epidermoid carcinoma were performed to evaluate the effect of early or delayed administration of compound SNK-411 (2-isobutyl-4,6-dimethyl-5-hydroxypyrimidine) on tumor growth and animal survival. Intraperitoneal injection of SNK-411 in doses of 25 and 50 mg/kg on days 2–8 of tumor growth was(More)
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