Tatyana P Ryabykh

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Chemiluminescence (CL) of splenocytes of A/Sn mice was recorded after irradiation of the cells with various individual laser an superluminous diode probes at wavelengths from 660 to 950 nm (pulse repetition rates varying from 4 to 5,000 Hz) and at various doses. Laser radiation was found to increase or suppress the spontaneous CL of splenocytes suspension,(More)
The effect of He-Ne laser radiation (lambda = 632.8 nm, I = 6.8 W/m2, irradiation time from 5 to 50 sec) on kinetics of spontaneous and Candida ablicans-stimulated chemiluminescence of mouse spleen cells was studied. It was found that laser radiation caused significant enhancement (180-250%) both of spontaneous chemiluminescence and Candida-induced(More)
The biochip was constructed for simultaneous assay of total and free prostate-specific antigen, α-fetoprotein, cancer embryonic antigen, human chorionic gonadotropin, and neuron-specific enolase. These biochips represent an array of gel elements with covalently immobilized proteins. The major analytic characteristics of the developed method were obtained.(More)
The adhesion of human cervical cancer (HeLa) cells to a glass matrix is evaluated following their irradiation in a suspension with a pulsed near-infrared (IR) light-emitting diode (wavelength 820 nm, pulse repetition frequency 10 Hz, irradiation dose 16-120 J/m2) when melatonin (4 x 10(-11) to 4 x 10(-5) m) is added to cell suspension immediately before or(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE In recent years, clinical low-intensity laser therapy practice has used pulsed radiation, mainly from semiconductor lasers. Experimental works devoted to the study of relationships between biological and clinical effects and parameters of pulsed radiation are practically absent. STUDY DESIGN/MATERIALS AND METHODS The radiation(More)
Diagnosing malignant tumors is a major problem in oncology. The use of microchips in clinical testing makes it possible to detect several tumor markers in parallel without consuming large volumes of samples and expensive reagents. The goal of this study was to develop a quantitative immunoassay for some markers of commonly occurring tumors using(More)
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lscador, a drug based on the extract from mistletoe (Viscum album), is intended for the treatment of tumors and has been used for more than three decades in some European clinics [1 -5] . However, neither an optimum administration scheme nor a standard protocol are available for iscador because this preparation represents a multicomponent mixture and the(More)
Besides its extremely high capacity for repair, lymphoid tissue is characterized by ability torecirculate, i.e., for its lymphocytes to pass from the lymphoid organs into the circulation and back again. The mechanism of recirculation has been studied for a long time and a number of general reviews have been published [i, 5, 6], although much still remained(More)
It is stated in the literature that humoral antibodies reacting with structural proteins of mouse mammary tumor virus (MMTV) are found inman [i, 2, 4, 6, 8]. The prevalence of these antibodies in patients with breast carcinoma is 10-20 times highe~ than in healthy women, and accordingly the question of their importance for the diagnosis of breast cancer has(More)