Oleg V Dolgikh

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The article presents results of the evaluation the changes in the relationships between immune and endocrine systems in reproductive-age women, working under exposure to chemical factors from activated carbon production. A significant increase of some chemical elements and compounds was found in blood that was associated with changes in the endocrine and(More)
The myometrium of various parts of uterine wall was studied in 40 albino rats--non-pregnant animals, rats at different stages of pregnancy and after parturition. The methods of immunocytochemistry (detection of apoptotic cells with the help of antibodies against the tumor necrosis factor receptor), complex morphometic and cytochemical analysis of DNA(More)
There was performed a comparative analysis of immunogenetic indices in non-ferrous metallurgy employees under the exposure to different combinations of harmful occupational factors. The combined effect of chlorine and vanadium fumes, noise, overall vibration appeared to be associated with the gene polymorphism of cytokine regulation--VEGF and TNF (p <(More)
Comparative analysis covered immune genetic parameters in nonferrous metallurgy workers. The authors demonstrated differences in immune genetic profile between male and female workers, under exposure to combination of occupational hazards: noise and dust. Analysis of gene polymorphism revealed predominant disorders in the female workers, concerning(More)
One of priority approaches in occupational medicine and health risk evaluation is study of immune system features in individuals exposed to occupational chemical hazards. The studies revealed reliable changes in immune parameters (positive annexin tag, disorders of cytokine profile)-- that proves retarded apoptosis precesses in workers engaged into(More)
Evaluation of effects caused by environmental peroral exposure to chlorine organic compounds revealed that individuals with AG variation of HTR2A gene are a community with increased sensitivity to chloroform and a risk group for lipid and carbohydrates metabolism disorders. Individual risk of endocrine disorders (ICD: E67.8 excessive nutrition and E66.0(More)
Disordered cellular death process with inhibition is seen during stress states including occupational activities associated with increased concentrations of methanol in biologic media. Workers exposed to methanol demonstrate prevalence of homozygous type of tumor necrosis factor (TNF) gene and heterozygous variant of cytochrome 450 gene, reliably increased(More)
Medical examination covered female workers engaged into chemical production of technical rubber goods, under combined exposure to chemicals (nitrogen oxides, carbon oxide) and noise exceeding MAC by 3.7-27.5%. Findings are increased phagocytary activity, lower level of serum IgM and IgG, suppressed expression of CD25 and CD95 T-cell receptors, and slower(More)
Workers exposed to aromatic hydrocarbons appeared to have prevalence of heterozygous variants of CYP1A1 gene (9893 A/G) and tumor necrosis factor gene reliably higher vs. the reference group 2.5 and 3.3 times respectively, and level of anti-benzene antibodies (IgG) increased vs. the reference group. The data presented demonstrate negative immunogenetic(More)