V. A. Tutelyan

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The effects of water-dispersed Ag nanoparticles on the small intestinal mucosa, liver, and spleen of rats were studied by transmission electron microscopy. Acute experiments demonstrated penetration of Ag nanoparticles injected into the isolated intestinal loop into the intestinal mucosa, liver, and splenic tissues. Ultrastructural changes (lobed nucleus,(More)
Penetration of titanium dioxide nanoparticles into enterocytes after their administration into isolated loop of rat small intestine was shown in vivo by transmission electron microscopy. Using electron diffraction, titanium dioxide nanoparticles were identified in the apical regions of the cells under plasma membranes and in deeper parts of the cytoplasm as(More)
Silver nanoparticles (NPs), widely used in the manufacture of various types of consumer products and for medical applications, belong to novel types of materials that pose potential risks to human health. The potential negative effects of the influence of these NPs on reproduction are insufficiently researched. A quantitative assessment of the transfer of(More)
The methods of laser confocal microscopy were employed to study the changes in rat target organs (iliac mucosa and liver) provoked by peroral administration of dispersion of nanosized (31 nm) multimolecular fullerene C60 particles in doses of 0.1, 1.0, and 10 mg/kg body weight over 92 days. The micropreparations were selectively stained with fluorescent(More)
The paper presents the basic criteria for glycemic control in type 2 diabetes mellitus, the data on the relationship between postprandial glycemia and the development of the late vascular complications, and methods for evaluating the glycemic index of foodstuffs and dishes in order to optimize the diets and improve the efficiency of therapeutic measures in(More)
Bioaccumulation of silver (Ag) and gold (Au) nanoparticles (NPs) with mean sizes of 35 nm and 6 nm, respectively, has been studied after their intragastric administration to rats at a dose of 100 μg/kg of body weight for 28 or 14 days. The organs and tissues (liver, kidney, spleen, heart, gonads, brain, and blood) were subjected to thermal neutron(More)
BACKGROUND This paper describes the development and psychometric properties of the Health and Functioning ICF-60 (HF-ICF-60) measure, based on the World Health Organization (WHO) 'International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health: ICF' (2001). The aims of the present study were to test psychometric properties of the HF-ICF-60, developed as(More)
Wistar male rats were fed semisynthetic diet with different fat content for 6 weeks: fat-free, 10%, and 30% fat (sunflower oil and lard, 1:1). Increasing fat content was associated with an increase in ethoxyresofurin-O-dealkylase (EROD) activity of CYP1A1, methoxyresofurin-Odealkylase (MROD) activity of CYP1A2, and 6β-testosterone-hydroxylase (6β-TH)(More)
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