V. K. Prusachenko

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Ligation of the descending branch of the left coronary artery caused an increase in the permeability of the tissue-blood barriers of the myocardium in the ischemic zone and in the boundary zone for sulfacetamide sodium. Trasylol reduced the permeability of the myocardial tissue-blood barriers in these zones and did not affect permeability in the intact(More)
Ligation of the left coronary artery of the rabbit for 2 hours induced an increase in free activity of lysosomal acid phosphatase and a decrease in its bound activity, thus indicating an elevation of the permeability of lysosomal membranes and egress of lysosomes into cell cytoplasm. Intravenous injection of isadrin (2 mg/kg) and anaprilin (25 mg/kg)(More)
Ligation of the descending branch of the left coronary artery caused an increase in the permeability of the histo-hematic barrier of the myocardium for sulfacyl-sodium in the ischemic area and in the region adjacent to it. Trasylol proved to decrease the permeability of the histo-hematic barrier of the myocardium in the mentioned area, without influencing(More)
When reproducing ischemia of the myocardium in acute experiments on rabbits and in tests with the isolated rabbit's heart an elevated permeability of the myocardial histo-blood barriers (HBB) to sodium sulphacyl in the region of ischemia and its boundary zone was established. Upon introduction of isadrine (2 mg/kg and 2-10-6 M) and anapriline (1 and 2.5(More)
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