Sv. Todorov

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Tested was the embryotoxic and teratogenic action of the organomercurial preparation falizan (a phenyl-mercury acetate), containing 2 per cent mercury, in chick embryos. It was introduced into the viteline sac of 3-day-old embryos in the form of a water solution as follows: Group I--0.1 cm3 per egg of a 13 per cent solution of falizan (= 260 micrograms Hg);(More)
Tested was the embryotoxic and teratogenic action of the organic mercury compounds (phenyl mercuric acetate), containing 2 per cent mercury, on albino rats. The preparation was introduced orally during pregnancy in the form of a 2 per cent water solution at the following rates: I group--1/8 LD50 (= 4 mg Hg/kg body mass) on the 4th and 5th day of pregnancy;(More)
The hypoxia that arises due to the rapid proliferation of tumor cells is a fundamental driving force for the canonical pathway of neovascularization. In the current study we report a very strong correlation between mRNA expression levels of HIF-2α (but not HIF-1α), VEGFR-1, VEGFR-2 and MMP2 in ex vivo samples from laryngeal carcinoma. Sixty-three samples(More)
The thymidine kinase inducing ability of 104 strains of herpes simplex virus was studied comparatively. A pronounced relationship was established between induction of the enzyme and the serotype of the strains. As a rule, the strains of serotype 2 are weaker inducers of dThd- and dCyd-kinase activity than serotype 1 strains. A certain parallelism exists(More)
The authors presented data on cytogenetic analysis of lymphocytes from human peripheral blood, irradiated at the stage G0 and G2 of the cellular cycle. There was an increase of chromosomal aberrations with an increase of the dose. Furthermore the irradiation at stage G0 caused the formation of aberrations of chromosomal type, but irradiation at stage(More)
Comparative investigations were carried out on the dynamics of invasion of cell cultures by strains Yersinia pestis EV and Yersinia pseudotuberculosis treated vitally with petroleum ether. It was established that the invasiveness of the strains studied was related to the presence of chemical structures of the bacterial surface sensitive to the action of(More)