R. N. Glebov

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Seizures induced by an acute pentylenetetrazole (50 mg/kg) injection were accompanied by a long-term (at 1-48 h, but not on day 7) decrease in the density (B(max)) of [3H]-diazepam binding to benzodiazepine receptors in rat cerebellar cortex with no change in affinity (K(d)). Kindling for 24 days by daily administrations of pentylenetetrazole (20 mg/kg) led(More)
The possibility of participation of lipoperoxidation (LPO) in the mechanisms of development of epileptic activity in rat cerebral cortex has been shown. The appearance of epileptic activity after penicillin application to the sensorimotor cortex induced a considerable increase in the concentration of LPO products in the crude synaptosomal fraction from the(More)
Changes in pH in rat brain synaptic vesicles (SV) were studied with the use of the fluorescent slightly basic dye acridine orange. The pH value in isolated SV was found to be acidic, which was confirmed by the ionophore sensitive accumulation of the dye. Addition of ATP provoked further acidification of the intravesicular medium. The acidification rate(More)
Experiments were carried out on 64 nonanesthetized male Wistar rats (200-220 g). Epileptic foci were induced by the application of a filter paper saturated with a solution of benzylpenicillin sodium salt (12,000 and 20,000 U/ml) to the sensorimotor cortex. It was shown that subsequent intraperitoneal administration of verapamil (5 mg/kg and 10 mg/kg) during(More)
Intramuscular injection of diazepam to rats at doses of 0.01 and 2 mg/kg 25-30 min after penicillin application to the rat brain cortex leads to alteration of periodic appearance of epileptic seizures (ES), to changes in the seizure pattern, and to emergence of periodic acceleration of epileptiform discharges (ED). Injection of diazepam at a dose of 2 mg/kg(More)
In experiments on freely moving male Wistar rats it was shown that nifedipine in a dose 10 mg/kg (i.p.) suppressed the penicillin-induced focal epileptic activity in cerebral cortex. A similar suppressing effect of nifedipine was shown on acute generalized tonic-clonic pentylenetetrazol (PTZ) seizures (75 mg/kg, i.p.). Nifedipine in the same dose was not(More)
Changes in the activity of transport Ca-ATPase in osmotically disrupted synaptosomes were studied in corazol-induced generalized epileptic activity (EA) monitored by electrocorticogram. The enzyme activity was found to be unchanged at the beginning of the latent period, but significantly diminished towards the end of the latent period and further reduced at(More)