V. M. Genkin

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The action of a low-intensity 632.8 nm-wavelength laser radiation on blood elements was studied. The degree of binding the fluorescence probes 1.8 ANS by blood proteins and cells was taken to be the index of the response to irradiation. The change of fluorescence of the oppositely charged probes indicates that a He-Ne laser radiation causes processes(More)
dc and ac magnetic properties of two thin-walled superconducting Nb cylinders with a rectangular cross-section are reported. Magnetization curves and the ac response were studied on as-prepared and patterned samples in magnetic fields parallel to the cylinder axis. A row of micron-sized antidots (holes) was made in the film along the cylinder axis.(More)
We present the results of an experimental study of the nucleation of superconductivity at the surface of a single-crystal YB(6) in a tilted dc magnetic field. The developed experimental approach allowed us to measure H(c3) at each side of the sample as a function of the angle between the dc magnetic field and the surface. Experiment showed that the ratio(More)
We report results of measurements of the ac conductivity of a Nb superconducting thin film in a swept dc magnetic field. In the mixed state the swept dc field creates vortices at the film surface which pass through the film and form the observed ac conductivity. Vortex rate generation does not depend on the value of the dc field and there is a large(More)
Low-intensi ty laser radiation is widely used at the present ime in medicine for the treatment of various diseases [1,6-9,11,13,14]. However, the mechanism of its action is not yet clear. This is largely due to the fact that most investigators have studied the response of the whole body to irradiation. There have been few studies in vitro. For instance, the(More)
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