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The authors have developed a simple technique for complete and selective suppression of the granulocytes nonspecific fluorescence. The method consists of an additional treatment of the histological sections in a medium for myeloperoxidase detection. Resulting staining of the granulocyte cytoplasm completely inhibits its fluorescence.
The effect of delta sleep-inducing peptide (DSIP) intraperitoneal injection in the doses of 40, 120, 360, and 1080 mcg/kg b. w. on lipid peroxidation and functional hepatocyte state in Wistar male rats subjected to acute and chronic electrical foot-shock stress was investigated. It was observed that 120 mcg/kg peptide normalized the elevation of… (More)
Quantitative criteria of obscure thymic pathology (OTP) are obtained by morphometric study of the thymus of 102 infants with severe infectious-inflammatory processes (IIP). OTP is characterised by depression of epithelial hyperplasia in accidental involution found in 28.4% IIP and is followed by the disturbances mainly in the cell immunity system. This type… (More)
Hepato- and endothelioprotective action of runihol and ademetionine in 66 male rats with liver disease induced by essential and second-line antituberculosis drugs in combination with alcohol were studied. One-directed affirmative action study drugs, shown to reduce the level of biochemical markers of cytolysis and cholestasis in conjunction with a… (More)
We studied the effect of delta sleep-inducing peptide (40, 120, and 360 μg/kg intraperitoneally, 1 h before the experiment) on free radical oxidation in the liver, aminotransferase activity, and total serum protein content in male Wistar rats during restraint stress. Treatment with the peptide in a dose of 40 μg/kg increased catalase and superoxide… (More)