Sergey Tarasov

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Selection of a suitable assay to measure the activity of drug agents based on release-active forms of anti-interferon-gamma antibodies (RA forms of Abs) is an important step forward in the investigation of such agents. In this study, the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay was utilized to examine the effect of RA forms of Abs specific for human interferon(More)
BACKGROUND The influenza A virus is a highly infective agent that causes acute pulmonary diseases. In serious cases, it causes pneumonia which is particularly fatal in patients with cardiopulmonary diseases, obesity, young children and elderly people. The present study shows a protective effect of ultra-low doses of purified antibodies to gamma-interferon(More)
In preliminary ELISA studies where released-active forms (RAF) of antibodies (Abs) to interferon-gamma (IFNg) were added to the antigen-antibody system, a statistically significant difference in absorbance signals obtained in their presence in comparison to placebo was observed. A piezoelectric immunosensor assay was developed to support these data and(More)
Materia Medica Holding, Moscow. Address for correspondence: E. S. Zhavbert Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a multifactorial chronic disease of complex etiology; one of its causes is endothelial dysfunction [5] characterized by impairment of homeostasis between vasodilating and vasoconstrictor factors [8]. Impairment of NO synthesis,(More)
Purpose. To investigate the mechanism of action in peripheral tissues of novel complex drug containing release-active dilutions of antibodies to the beta subunit of the insulin receptor and antibodies to endothelial nitric oxide synthase (Subetta), which has shown efficacy in animal models of diabetes. Methods. Human mature adipocytes were incubated either(More)
The aim of the present study was to evaluate the potential antidiabetic effects of two-component drug Subetta and its components (release-active dilutions of antibodies to β -subunit insulin receptor (RAD of Abs to β -InsR) and to endothelial nitric oxide synthase (RAD of Abs to eNOS)) in Goto-Kakizaki (Paris colony) (GK/Par) diabetic rats. Subetta was(More)
Antibodies to endothelial NO synthase in ultralow doses exhibited anxiolytic and antidepressant effects and their efficiency after single and course treatment is not inferior to that of amitriptyline and diazepam. The psychotropic activity of ultralow-dose antibodies to endothelial NO-synthase is presumably one of important mechanisms of their efficiency in(More)
Addition of Subetta to insulin (10 nM) increased insulin-stimulated glucose uptake 43% (p<0.001). Moreover, glucose uptake stimulated by insulin (10 nM) in the presence of Subetta was similar to that stimulated by 300 nM insulin. These findings suggest that Subetta significantly enhanced insulin sensitivity of tissues through stimulation of glucose(More)
It has been previously shown that Subetta (a drug containing released-active forms of antibodies to the insulin receptor β-subunit and antibodies to endothelial nitric oxide synthase) stimulated insulin-induced adiponectin production by mature human adipocytes in the absence of insulin. Therefore, it was assumed that Subetta could activate the insulin(More)
The study was aimed to investigate the effect of technologically treated diclofenac (release-active dilutions of diclofenac (RAD of diclofenac)) on anti-inflammatory activity of diclofenac in carrageenan-induced rat paw edema model. Ninety male Wistar albino rats (6–8 weeks) divided into nine groups (n = 10) were used. Anti-inflammatory activity was(More)