Tamara P Linnik

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Erythrocyte membrane permeability coefficients have been determined for a series of amides by a method based on the physical and mathematical modelling of hypotonic haemolysis process. The results show that penetration of the substances occurs by two alternative ways through aqueous pores formed by proteins and by the direct dissolving of the molecules in(More)
Erythrocyte membrane permeability coefficients for a series of diols have been defined by the method developed. The method is based on the physical and mathematical modeling of hypotonic hemolysis process. There have been also determined membrane permeability coefficients for erythrocytes treated with p-chloromercuribenzenesulfonic acid monosodium salt(More)
By fluorescent spectroscopy and microscopy methods the possibility of fluorescent probes DSM, E-176, 3-DAB and FME application for study of cryoprotective agents' influence on the dog spermatozoa are investigated. It is established that FME and 3-DAD dyes are suitable for the posed problem solving, and the DSM and E-176 probes have restrictions owing to(More)
Permeability coefficients of rat and rabbit erythrocyte membranes for a series of amides, as well as for erythrocytes treated with p-chloromercuribenzenesulfonic acid monosodium salt (pCMBS) have been determined at 25 and 37 degrees C. Directly proportional dependence of the pCMBS treated erythrocyte permeability for investigated substances and their(More)
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