T K Kipriyan

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A study of separate and combined actions of cobra venom (CV) and a new hypothalamic proline-rich polypeptide (PRP) isolated from magnocellular cells (NPV and NSO) on intoxication- and trauma-induced neuronal injury (during 3-4 weeks after hemisection with and without PRP treatment) was carried out. The registration of background and evoked impulse activity(More)
The action of PRP is characterized by the pronounced activation of the background activity (BA) of the brain spinal cord, and the degree of the activity depends on BA initial level. The typical peculiarity of Vipera raddei venom influence is the initial increase in frequency of BA with subsequent depression. A preliminary injection of PRP has a protective(More)
The comparative study has been carried out on hypothalamic neurohormone (proline-rich polypeptides-PRP) and synthetic glucocorticoid dexamethasone (DEX) protective properties at the systemic (i/m) administration. Both background and evoked electrical activity (on n.ischiadicus stimulation) of single neurons in the lumbo-sacral part (laminae II-VI and(More)
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