S. B. Bilyavskaya

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Cryopreservation is thought to have the potential to preserve tissue for transplantation. In addition, it can also be used for decreasing tissue immunogenicity, which might be important for prolonging allograft survival. In the present study we examined the impact of cryopreservation at various cooling rates on the outcome of allotransplantation of murine(More)
A comprehensive assay of proliferative and hormonal activity in primary cell cultures derived from neonatal pig thyroid was carried out for the first time. Morphology and basal and thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH)-stimulated secretion of thyroxin were evaluated in cultures, depending on the initial material placed into the culture: single cells or(More)
Stem/progenitor cells are thought to have the potential in the treatment of severe neurodegenerative diseases. Recently, sympathoadrenal progenitors expressing specific markers of neural crest derivatives and capable to differentiate into neurons were discovered in adult bovine and human adrenal glands, but there was no reported data on cryopreservation of(More)
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