P A Khorava

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K. Gambashidze1, I. Pantsulaia2, M. Iobadze2, T. Azaladze1, A. Azaladze1, K. Kalandarishvili3, P. Khorava4, E. Jaiani5, B. Lasareishvili5, M. Tediashvili5 Pathophysiology, Tbilisi State Medical University, Tbilisi, GEORGIA Immunology, Tbilisi State Medical University, Tbilisi, GEORGIA Clinical Anatomy, Tbilisi State Medical University, Tbilisi, GEORGIA(More)
AIM To augment anti-tumor host response and overcome the tumor-induced immunosuppression is of paramount importance especially when patient is subjected to radio-/chemotherapy and immune system suffers significantly. Various immunological methods have been employed as supplemental antitumor therapies. We were aimed to investigate the antitumor potential of(More)
In the presented work antitumor effects of thermo- and phagelysates of Ps.aeruginosa and E.coli on Ehrlich carcinoma growth in mice have been studied. The treatment efficacy was evaluated according to the dynamic changes in volume of cancer tissue, cancer growth inhibition percent and calculations using Semi-empirical mathematical model describing cancer(More)
Immunotherapy is considered as one of the promising treatment strategies for patients with malignant tumors. In the presented work antitumor effects of E.coli thermo- and phagelysates on Ehrlich carcinoma growth in mice have been studied. The treatment efficacy was evaluated by estimation of dynamic changes in volume of cancer tissue and by the percentage(More)
The present work discusses methods of immune-correction and immune-rehabilitation of oncological patients using specific bacterial polyvalent vaccines. With this purpose the tetra-vaccine (Staphilococcus-Proteus-Clepsiela-Escherichia) has been used. Experiments have been carried out on white rats and mice with Sarcoma C-45. For chemotherapy of malignant(More)
Anti-tumor preventative effect of mono-therapy with the use of Proteus vaccine, Staphylococcus antitoxin and divaccine of Staphylococcus-Proteus has been studied. Experiments were carried out on 80 non-purebred laboratory white mice (age--3-3,5 months, body mass--18-20 g) and 60 rats (body mass--100-120 g) using intraperitoneal inoculation of Ehrlich's(More)
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