R. B. Oparin

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Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT) disease is the most common inherited motor and sensory neuropathy. The axonal form of the disease is designated as "CMT type 2" (CMT2). Although four loci known to be implicated in autosomal dominant CMT2 have been mapped thus far (on 1p35-p36, 3q13. 1, 3q13-q22, and 7p14), no one causative gene is yet known. A large Russian family(More)
Raman scattering combined with near- and mid-infrared absorption spectroscopies was used to investigate the evolution of the local order in the water rich phase of water-CO(2) mixtures under isobaric heating (T=40-360 degrees C, P=250 bars). The quantitative analysis of the spectra shows that tetramers and larger oligomers are the main constituents of water(More)
A combination of Raman scattering spectroscopy and infrared absorption was applied to investigate the structural evolution of water dissolved in supercritical carbon dioxide under isobaric heating (T=40-340 degrees C, P=250 bar). Quantitative analysis of experimental spectra allowed us to determine that at relatively moderate temperatures water dissolved in(More)
The local order in aqueous NaCl solutions diluted in supercritical carbon dioxide at constant pressure as a function of NaCl concentration and temperature has been investigated using near and mid infrared absorption spectroscopy. The near IR results have allowed us to estimate the water concentration in CO(2) rich phase, whereas the state of water(More)
Comparative analysis of association with psoriasis before and after treatment of 53K/H2A and 43K/H2A leukocyte protein markers and parameters of leukocyte population (18 indexes) including concentration of peripheral blood lymphocyte subpopulations as markers of the immune status revealed advantages of the former method of patient monitoring for the(More)
The state of aggregation of water dissolved in supercritical carbon dioxide has been investigated under isobaric heating (T=40-340°C, P=250 bar) using infrared absorption and Raman scattering spectroscopies. Quantitative analysis of experimental spectra has shown that below 100°C, water exists only in its monomeric form (solitary water surrounded by CO2(More)
The nearest neighbor approach was used to characterize the local structure of CO(2) fluid along its coexistence curve (CC) and along the critical isochore (CI). The distributions of the distances, orientations, and interaction energies between a reference CO(2) molecule and its subsequent nearest neighbors were calculated. Our results show that the local(More)
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