Sergey V. Petrov

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The review addresses an analysis of the causes of neurodegenerative process development in multiple sclerosis (MS) as well as the modern approaches to the treatment of the disease. The best-studied mechanisms of degenerative alterations and clinical and experimental evidence supported the protective influence of beta-interferons treatment in MS are(More)
The genetic diversity of microbial communities that developed naturally within the system of ore heap–solution of heap leaching process has been studied. The difference in the microbial community structure is identified. It is found that phylotypes Serratia and Achromobacter dominated within the ore heap and Hydrogenophaga and Acinetobacter dominated in the(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate continence after radical prostatectomy in prostate cancer patients, in whom a new method of the bladder neck reconstruction (BNR) using deep dorsal stitch was implemented (deep single stitch through all bladder layers directly dorsal to the bladder opening after ″ tennis racket″ reconstruction) and to provide justification for its use by(More)
Capacity of associative soil bacteria of the genera Azospirillum and Niveispirillum for degradation of lignin model compounds was demonstrated. Lignin and Mn peroxidases were detected in the culture liquid of the type strains of these genera. The data on involvement of nonspecific bacterial peroxidases in lignin degradation were obtained.
Recent therapeutic advances for managing low-risk prostate cancer include the active surveillance and focal treatment. However, locating a tumor and detecting its volume by adequate sampling is still problematic. Development of predictive biomarkers guiding individual therapeutic choices remains an ongoing challenge. At the same time, prostate cancer(More)
Patients with bladder cancer are still requiring close follow up with frequent cystoscopies. This study aims to assess the FISH analysis, as a procedure capable of highlighting the hidden features of a tumor and helping to individualize treatment tactics. The bladder washings of 50 primary bladder cancer patients were taken prior to TURB and analyzed with(More)
Intraperitoneal injection of ketamine in subanesthetic doses to Wistar rats with unilateral occlusion of the middle cerebral artery caused ipsilateral rotation (2-10 rpm), which was recorded in an automatic rotameter. The optimal dose of ketamine was 50 mg/kg. The animals were examined in an automatic rotameter for 40 min. Motor asymmetry persisted for no(More)
Neurological, locomotor, and behavioral changes in 20 Wistar rats with permanent proximal occlusion of the middle cerebral artery and 18 control sham-operated animals were monitored for 2 months at 10-day intervals. Neurological deficit was maximum immediately after occlusion (3.0 0.6 points), then progressively decreased, but did not completely disappear(More)
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