V. O. Tkachev

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The redox-sensitive signaling system Keap1/Nrf2/ARE plays a key role in maintenance of cellular homeostasis under stress, inflammatory, carcinogenic, and proapoptotic conditions, which allows us to consider it as a pharmacological target. Here we review the basic regulatory mechanisms of the Keap1/Nrf2/ARE system, key targets for pharmacological(More)
We studied ROS production by HaCaT keratinocytes, the state of transmembrane mitochondrial potential, and activation of transcription factor Nrf2 in response to brine exposure. It was demonstrated that this exposure induces rapid but moderate decrease in mitochondrial potential, stimulates ROS production, and leads to activation of transcription factor Nrf2.
The protective effect of water-soluble TS-13 monophenol inducing the antioxidant-responsive element (ARE) system was studied on the models of acute inflammation. Intragastric administration of TS-13 to rats significantly reduced the severity of acute aseptic inflammation induced by intravenous injection of zymosan particles: granulocyte blood count and(More)
The protective effect of partially substituted monophenol TS-13 inducing the Nrf2/Keap1/ARE signaling system was studied on the model of chronic inflammation in vivo. It was found that during simulation of inflammation in an air pouch lined with synovial-like membrane, ТS-13 did not affect the exudate volume, protein content, and cell count, but(More)
We studied the intensity of free radical oxidation in the liver and activity of oxidative metabolism in mouse peritoneal exudate phagocytes at the early stages of chronic generalized BCG-induced granulomatosis (days 3 and 30 after a single intraperitoneal or intravenous administration of 0.5 mg of BCG vaccine). It was found that both methods of injection(More)
The effects of hydrophilic synthetic antioxidant TC-13 sodium (3’-(3’-tert-butyl-4’-hydroxyphenyl) propylthiosulfonate on survival of various strains of Drosophila melanogaster were studied under conditions of oxidative stress induced with H2O2 and paraquat. In a concentration of 1%, TC-13 signifi cantly improved survival of Canton S males treated with H2O2(More)
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