P. E. Volynskii

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In order to determine more accurately the EEG markers of different types of attention (AT) of a healthy adult, 14 young healthy subjects (aged 18–30 years) were subjected to spectral coherent analysis of the electrical activity of the brain in the baseline state and during activation of different forms of AT (the orienting response to the sound tone and(More)
The traditional characteristics of long-latency event-related potentials, which are established indictors of higher nervous activity, include the amplitude-time parameters of the components, the topography of power levels, and identification of the locations of equivalent dipole sources. Evaluation of the synchronization of event-related activity is(More)
A theoretical solvation model of peptides and proteins that mimics the heterogeneous membrane-water system was proposed. Our approach is based on the combined use of atomic parameters of solvation for water and hydrocarbons, which approximates the hydrated polar groups and acyl chains of lipids, respectively. This model was tested in simulations of several(More)
The conformational space of a hydrophobic peptide fragment of glycophorin A in a lipid membrane was studied with the Monte Carlo method using the solvation model described in the first communication of this series. The simulation was performed for various starting orientations of the peptide relative the membrane bilayer: outside, inside, partially(More)
Event-related potentials (ERP) are informative indicators of higher nervous activity of healthy people and patients in pathological states. Traditionally, methods of ERP processing include peak-time characteristics, topographical mapping and localization of equivalent dipole sources. At the same time, estimation of ERP synchronization is complicated by a(More)
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