V V Abramov

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  • S Kardashev, V V Khartov, V V Abramov, V Yu Avdeev, A V Alakoz, Yu A Aleksandrov +134 others
  • 2013
153 154 KARDASHEV et al. Abstract—The Russian Academy of Sciences and Federal Space Agency, together with the participation of many international organizations, worked toward the launch of the RadioAstron orbiting space observatory with its onboard 10-m reflector radio telescope from the Baikonur cosmodrome on July 18, 2011. Together with some of the(More)
The intensity of delayed type hypersensitivity reactions in the left and right paws was studied in mice divided into left- and right-pawed by the motor asymmetry of the brain. The reaction was more pronounced in the left paw in all animals irrespective of motor asymmetry. Motor asymmetry of the brain hemispheres little contributed to the manifestation of(More)
The aim of the present work was to identify the role of functional asymmetry in the cerebral hemispheres in the pathogenesis of infectious and oncological pathology in (CBAxC57BL/6)F1 mice. Mice with lefthemisphere dominance of motor functions ("right-handers") were found to be more resistant to infection with ectromelia virus and to show slower growth of(More)
We demonstrated opposite changes in the orientation and exploratory behavior of (CBAxC57Bl/6)F(1) mice in the open field test during the formation of primary humoral immune response. These changes depended on initial behavioral activity: the exploratory behavior was suppressed in animals with initially high activity, stimulated in animals with medium(More)
We have studied the capability of the mouse thymus for asymmetrical formation. Concanavalin A (Con A)-stimulated proliferation of thymocytes from the right and left lobes of the thymus appeared to be significantly different. The direction of the differences depends on the dominance of the brain hemispheres with regard to motor asymmetry. In mice with(More)
Experimental data on the polarization of hyperons, inclusively produced in hadron-hadron collisions, have been analyzed. It is shown that the existing data can be described by a function of transverse momentum (p T) and two scaling variables x A± = (x R ± x F)/2: P H = A α F (p T)[G(x A+ − x 2) − σG(x A− + x 2)]. The function G(x A+) is proportional to(More)
We revealed a modulating effect of cell immune response on exploratory activity of (CBA degrees C57Bl/6)F1 mice depending on their initial behavioral profile. The formation of BCG-induced delayed-type hypersensitivity was accompanied by stimulation of the exploratory behavior in animals with initially low or intermediate activity, but did not change this(More)
We report on the response of a prototype CMS hadron calorimeter module to charged particle beams of pions, muons, and electrons with momenta up to 375 GeV/c. The data were taken at the H2 and H4 beamlines at CERN in 1995 and 1996. The prototype sampling calorimeter used copper absorber plates and scintil-lator tiles with wavelength shifting fibers for(More)