Oxana A Alexenko

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Drosophila neuroectodermal embryonic cells were transplanted into the occipital brain region of adult rats. The first series of experiments used a transgenic strain expressing lacZ to detect the presence of Drosophila cells. The second series used a strain carrying a is lethal (ts403) in the X chromosome; this mutation strongly inhibits the synthesis of(More)
Our previous studies showed that nerve cells of Drosophila survive xenotransplantation and differentiate in the frog [1] or rat [2–4] brain. Moreover, when added to an allograft, these cells block the formation of a scar at the boundary between the graft and host tissues [4–6]. At mammalian body temperature, Drosophila cells actively synthesize heat shock(More)
The simulations of the spatial distribution of rf power absorbed in a helicon ion source reveal a correlation between the depth of penetration of rf power into the plasma and the tilt angle of lines of force of the outer magnetic field. The deeper field penetration and greater power absorption were observed at large tilt angles of the field line to the(More)
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