V G Vakharlovskiĭ

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Immunochemical methods were used to show that the sera of homozygous and heterozygous carriers of the Wilsonian gene contain, together with normal ceruloplasmin (CP), a CP-like protein that differs from CP in its enzymatic, immunological, and physicochemical properties. The CP-like protein was isolated from the sera of patients with hepatolenticular(More)
The activity of microvillar enzymes--gamma-glutamyltranspeptidase, aminopeptidase, general and intestinal forms of alkalyne phosphotases was studied in amniotic fluid (AF) of 33 women with 25% risk of cystic fibrosis (CF) (mucoviscidoses) in their progeny. The figures obtained in this group were compared with corresponding values of the same enzymes in 100(More)
alpha-Fetoprotein (AFP) was measured in the blood of 16 women pregnant with twins at various terms of gestation and 24 pregnant women whose fetuses were found to have anencephaly, patent spina bifida, gastroschisis, renal polycystosis, or Down's disease. In Down's disease AFP level was 7 ng/ml (0.17 multiple of medians, MoM) at 17 weeks gestation and 6(More)
A specific novel molecular form of ceruloplasmin (CP) was detected in the sera of Wilson's disease patients and their closest relatives using two-dimensional cross-immunoelectrophoresis. This protein shares some antigenic properties with normal CP but is not completely identical to the latter. Besides, anomalous CP has no oxidase activity of normal CP and(More)