V. I. Lozinskii

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Commercial preparations of trypsin, varying in activity, were immobilized on a cryogel of polyvinyl alcohol, activated by dialdehydes (terephthalic, succinic, or glutaric) or divinyl sulfone. All preparations of the immobilized enzyme exhibited hydrolytic activity and retained stability for 8 months. In organic media, specimens of immobilized trypsin(More)
A beneficial effect of dinitrosyl iron complexes (DNIC) with thiol-containing ligands on penile cavernus tissue was shown in rats subjected to penile denervation. Histological and histochemical investigations demonstrated that intracavernous injections of dinitrosyl iron complexes (2 times per one week during 6 months) blocked the reinforcement of(More)
Preparations with different contents of thermolysin were obtained by the immobilization of the enzyme on granulated polyvinyl alcohol cryogel. Their activity and stability in an aqueous medium and in mixtures of polar organic solvents of different composition were investigated. The catalytic properties of the preparations in reactions of peptide bond(More)
E. coli cells were immobilized in polyacrylamide cryogel by three ways: (1) introduction of cells in the reaction mixture followed by cryopolymerization; (2) the filling of the cryogel pores followed by cell fixation with diluted glutaric dialdehyde (GDA), and (3) the filling of the macropores of the polymeric matrix with modified surface. The(More)
Commercial preparations of trypsin, varying in activity, were immobilized in a cryogel of polyvinyl alcohol, activated by dialdehydes (terephthalic, succinic, or glutaric) or divinyl sulfone. All preparations of the immobilized enzyme exhibited hydrolytic activity and retained stability for 8 months. In an organic solvent environment, specimens of(More)
Techniques for removing of surface-active substances from cysteine and cystine-containing proteins preliminarily immobilized by thiol-disulfide exchange on water-insoluble carrier, followed by protein transfer into solution, as examplified in sodium dodecyl sulfate, cetyltrimethylammonium bromide and bovine serum albumin are described. This procedure may be(More)
The catalytic efficiencies of native subtilisin, its noncovalent complex with polyacrylic acid, and the subtilisin covalently immobilized in a cryogel of polyvinyl alcohol were studied in the reaction of peptide coupling in mixtures of organic solvents with a low water content in dependence on the medium composition, reaction time, and biocatalyst(More)
Subtilisin 72 serine protease (EC 3.4.21.14) immobilized on a poly(vinyl alcohol) cryogel was used as a catalyst in the syntheses of N-protected peptide p-nitroanilides of the general formulas Z(or Boc)-Xaa-Phe-pNA (Xaa = Leu or Ala), Z-Ala-Xaa-Yaa-pNA (Xaa = Leu or Ala; Yaa = Leu or Phe), and Z-Ala-Ala-Xaa-Yaa-pNA (Xaa = Leu, Arg, or Gly; Yaa = Phe, Leu,(More)
Wine champagnizing, a process involving the use of champagne yeasts immobilized by inclusion into cryogels of polyvinyl alcohol, has been studied. Treatment of yeast cells with the autoregulatory factor d1 was proposed as a means of preventing the cell escape from the carrier matrix. Such a treatment inhibited growth and proliferation processes in yeasts(More)
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