V N Kotsiuruba

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Anaphylactic shock decreased the coronary perfusion pressure, systemic arterial pressure and cardiac output in anesthetised dogs. After combined inhibition of cyclo-oxygenase and lipoxygenase with linoleate-hydroxamic acid, the anaphylactic coronary constriction and morphological cardiac lesions were considerably diminished. Activation of the lipoxygenase(More)
The in vivo experiments established that isobutyl methyl xanthine inhibits phosphodiesterase activity and activates adenylate cyclase in the skeletal muscles and myocardium. The preparation prevents phosphodiesterase activity from increasing due to physical exercises. Against a background of the latter it activates adenylate cyclase and prevents the cAMP(More)
Relative significance of cardiac and vessel components as well as the role of arachidonic acid metabolites in the development of endotoxic shock have been investigated in two series of experiments on the mongrel dogs. It is determined that endotoxin exerts no direct negative inotropic influence on the myocardium: blood pool in peripheral capacitance vessels(More)
Activation of the lipoxygenase way of the arachidone acid metabolism was shown to play a major role in development of pathological processes in the heart. The data on interrelationship between the formation of eucosanoids and the character of the heart immune response to inhibition of lipoxygenase, were obtained. A correlation was found between the increase(More)
It is shown that in the rehabilitation period after a single long physical load the adenylate cyclase activity and cAMP content in the skeletal muscle are low and normalize by the 48th and 36th h, respectively. These indices in the myocardium in the nearest rehabilitation period increase considerably, gradually normalizing by 24th and 48th h, respectively.(More)
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