S. A. Uspenskii

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Hyaluronic acid (HA), a nonimmunogenic, biocompatible polymer found in different biological tissues, has the potential to attach to CD44 receptors on the surface of certain cancer cells, where the receptor is overexpressed compared with normal cells. Boron-hyaluronic acid (BHA) was tested for its feasibility as a potential agent for BNCT. BHA with(More)
The influence of the conditions of the formation of chitosan hydrogels crosslinked with glutaraldehyde (GA) or genipin (the polysaccharide molecular weight, pH level, and concentration of the chitosan solution) on the gel time and the properties of biopolymer scaffolds for tissue engineering obtained by the freeze-drying of hydrogels was studied. The(More)
The technology of solid-state modification of hyaluronic acid (HA) with sodium decahydroborate by deformation in Bridgman anvils was developed. The deformation was carried out at a pressure of 1 GPa and a rotation angle of 500°. The structure of the obtained complexes was studied. It was shown using Raman and IR-Fourier spectroscopy that HA and the(More)
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