S. N. Zagrebelnyi

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The synergistic action of the cytostatic drug cyclophosphamide (CP) and fragmented exogenous DNA causes illness and death in mice (Dolgova et al., 2011–2013). The observed “delayed death” effect was most clearly pronounced when the DNA preparation was administered 18 to 30 h after CP treatment. This time span was termed the “death window.” It was found that(More)
Methods of noncovalent immobilization of DNA fragments on titanium dioxide nanoparticles (TiO2) were developed to design TiO2∼DNA nanocomposites, which were capable of penetrating through cell membranes. TiO2 nanoparticles of different forms (amorphous, anatase, brookite) with enhanced agglomeration stability were synthesized. The particles were(More)
Influenza A viruses play a significant role in human and animal pathologies that cause epidemics and epizootics. Therefore, the development of new anti-flu drugs has become increasingly urgent. Deoxyribozymes can be considered as promising antiviral agents due to their ability to efficiently cleave RNA molecules with high specificity. In this study, a(More)
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