R. R. Khasanova

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In article is presented, the analysis of the data of the literature and own researches, concerning molecular-genetic mechanisms of antimycobacterial immunity infringements. The role of the factors defining features of a current and an outcome of a tubercular infection, namely of immunity system condition, feature of infecting microbic Mycobacterium(More)
Peripheral blood lymphocytes were electron microscopically studied in patients with disseminated drug-sensitive and drug-resistant pulmonary tuberculosis before and during specific antituberculous chemotherapy. There was a tendency for an increase in the count of lymphocytes with membranous morphostructural changes during the therapy, which was more clearly(More)
The parameters of the lymphocytic CD-population composition and the production of cytokines in the cell cultures of peripheral blood mononuclear cells were studied in patients with infiltrative pulmonary tuberculosis. A marked reduction in the relative and absolute count of CD3+ and CD4+ lymphocytes and an increase in the level of CD8- and CD16-positive(More)
The effects of isoniazid and rifampicin on the peripheral mononuclear production of IL-2, IL-12, IL-10, IFN-gamma, and TGF-beta were evaluated in patients with infiltrative pulmonary tuberculosis. Irrespective of the susceptibility of the causative agent to the essential antituberculous drugs, rifampicin was ascertained to initiate increased IL-2 secretion(More)
Keratoconus (KC) is the most common form of keratoectasia characterized by changes in corneal topography and its thinning, stretching, and protrusion. The hereditary or genetic theory of keratoconus development is widely recognized. To date, a large number of candidate genes have been investigated in patients with KC. One of the most important of them are(More)
The effects of basic drugs of chemotherapy for tuberclosis, such as isoniazid and rifampicin, on the activity of the most important mitochondrial enzymes of lymphocytic energy metabolism were studied in patients with infiltrative tuberculosis and healthy donors. The authors detected the significantly inhibited activity of succinate dehydrogenase and the(More)
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