S A Murav'eva

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The basic points in the development of a specialized computer information search system providing ientification of new antibiotics at early stages of their investigation are described. The system of coding the physico-chemical properties of the agents and the spectra of their antimicrobial activity presenting the substance in the information bank is(More)
An inquiry into the nature of antagonism of alpha-tubocurarine and gentamycin to acetylcholine based on a mathematical analysis of cumulative curves obtained in experiments with an isolated musculus rectus abdominalis of the frog showed that the character of changes in the parameters of cumulative curves occuring under the effect of alpha-tubocurarine(More)
A technique of "accelerated storage" was used to evaluate promptly the effectiveness of protective (suspension) media for lyophilization and further storage of spores of Actinomyces parvullus 99. The number of survived spores can be predicted using the Arrhenius diagram and the van't Hoff rule. Equine serum without a conserving agent was found to be the(More)
A model for determination of the admixture concentration in the secondary mother solution was developed. The concentration was determined depending on the solvent volume used for repulping the precipitate and on the impurity level of the initial antibiotic paste. When the values of X1 and X2 are known it is possible to estimate the amount of the admixtures(More)
Maintenance of constant antibiotic blood levels within the required ranges may be accomplished with mathematical modelling of the antibiotic pharmacokinetics. The problem solvation was illustrated on gentamicin. The kinetic analysis of the curves of the drug excretion from the blood after a one-moment intravenous administration of the antibiotic to cats(More)
Dosage individualization based on quantitative relationships between pharmacokinetic parameters and anatomophysiological and/or pathological factors, patient's factors (PFs) is of importance in designing optimal regimens. Unfortunately, the attempts to correlate aminoglycoside pharmacokinetic parameters and PFs often failed perhaps due to insufficient(More)
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