V N Vitvitsky

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It was shown previously (Polezhaev and Alexandrova, 1986) that hypoxic hypoxia causes mass (up to 30%) diffuse dystrophy of brain cortex and hippocamp neurons in rats, disturbances in the higher nervous activity, reduction of protein, RNA synthesis in neurons and of DNA synthesis in the whole brain cortex. Transplantation of embryonic nervous tissue (ENT)(More)
The possibility of normalization of protein synthesis intensity was explored in dystrophic neurons and in the total brain cortex of rats after acute hypoxic hypoxia. We avoided transplantation of embryonic nervous tissue (ENT) into the rat brain, as we did before, as well as operations and brain damages in opening of the blood-brain barrier (BBB) caused by(More)
Hypoxia causes mass diffuse dystrophy of brain cortex neurons, reduces RNA and protein synthesis in neurons and DNA synthesis in the total brain cortex in adult rats. Subsequent transplantation of embryonic nervous tissue (ENT) into the brain of hypoxia-subjected rats normalizes the structure of a considerable part of dystrophic neurons. A protein activator(More)
Our early studies (Polezhaev and Alexandrova, 1986) have shown that acute hypoxic hypoxia in rats causes mass (up to 36%) diffuse dystrophy of brain cortex neurons and that after transplantation of embryonic nervous tissue (ENT) into the brain of hypoxia-exposed rats the dystrophy and death of cortical neurons are reduced to 25% due to normalization of a(More)
It has been shown autoradiographically using 3H-lysine-3H-glycin mixture that acute hypoxic hypoxia leading to mass diffuse dystrophy of brain cortex neurons in rats causes a statistically significant decrease in the level of protein synthesis in cortical neurons. The biochemical study of the same material using 3H-leucine has demonstrated that the overall(More)
Autoradiographic and biochemical studies with 3H-thymidine have shown that after transplantation of embryonic nervous tissue of rats into the brain of adult rats, intact and subjected to acute hypoxic hypoxia causing mass dystrophy of neurons in the brain cortex of recipients, there occurs stimulation of DNA synthesis in non-nerve cells: glial cells,(More)
Data of morphological, biochemical and physiological investigations of brain nervous tissue in adult intact and hypoxia-subjected rats after transplantation of rat embryonic nervous tissue are presented. It has been established that transplants survive and develop successfully in the brain of both intact and hypoxia-subjected rats. The Golgi technique(More)
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