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The hematopoietic stem cell number in the peripheral blood of pediatric recipients correlates with the outcome after living donor liver transplantation
The results suggest that in pediatric recipients, the HSC number may be associated with graft function and could be regarded as a potential predictor of the clinical outcome after LDLT. Expand
Release of fission products from the reactor fuel of the bilibinsk nuclear power plant under conditions which simulate a severe accident
[125I]LDL uptake in rabbit arteries perfused in situ. Effect of HDL on intact and de-endothelialized vessels.
- S. Preobrazhensky, V. Dolgov, H. Flegel, V. Repin, V. Smirnov
- Chemistry, Medicine
- 1 August 1983
The uptake of [125I]LDL by rabbit abdominal and thoracic aortae, and carotid arteries perfused in situ was studied and uptake increased by approximately 3-fold, and was not reduced in the presence of excess of unlabeled LDL and HDL. Expand
Carrier-directed targeting of liposomes and erythrocytes to denuded areas of vessel wall.
- V. Smirnov, S. Domogatsky, +7 authors B. Shekhonin
- Medicine, Chemistry
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 1 September 1986
It was found that conjugates of liposomes or erythrocytes with anti-collagen type I antibodies or fibronectin are selectively bound by endothelium-free zones of arterial segments, suggesting Carrier-directed targeting of drug-laden liposome and ery Throcytes to thrombosis-prone areas of arterIAL lumen is discussed. Expand
Heterogeneity of endothelium in human aorta. A quantitative analysis by scanning electron microscopy.
Scanning electron microscopy was used to characterize a silver-stained endothelial surface of human aorta and iliac artery, finding that in adult arteries the cell density over the plaque was significantly lower than in the regions overlying a fatty streak or uninvolved surface. Expand
Comparison of different lasers in terms of thrombogenicity of the laser‐treated vascular wall
- S. Ragimov, A. Belyaev, +5 authors A. V. Trubetskoy
- Materials Science, Medicine
- Lasers in surgery and medicine
The data are suggestive of the essential requirement of, at least, anticoagulant therapy after laser angioplasty irrespective of the laser type, and the relative thrombogenicity index values obtained were statistically insignificant. Expand
Quantitative SEM analysis of injury to the endothelium of rabbit aorta and carotid artery during experimental atherosclerosis.
- O. Zaikina, V. Dolgov, V. N. Ivanov, M. F. Bondarenko, V. Repin
- Chemistry, Medicine
- 1 February 1982
Data obtained do not support the assumption that morphological endothelial injury is the structural precursor of plaque formation and Kevex X-ray spectrometric data of silver topography indicated that the plaque surface without distinct cell borders was not an area devoid of cells. Expand
Catecholamine-mediated injury to endothelium in rabbit perfused aorta: a quantitative analysis by scanning electron microscopy.
The data obtained supports the possibility of direct injury to endothelium of aorta and large arteries as a result of intravascular infusion of catecholamines or their local therapeutic application. Expand
Cholesterol uptake in the human intestine. Hypo- and hyperresponsiveness.
- I. G. Safonova, D. Sviridov, +5 authors V. Repin
- Biology, Medicine
- Biochimica et biophysica acta
- 24 February 1993
Positive correlation between cholesterol uptake and intestinal cholesterol synthesis was observed in the last two groups, and it was concluded that cholesterol uptake in patients without intestinal malfunction is higher than in patients with intestinal malfunction. Expand
Aortic endothelium of alloxan diabetic rabbits: A quantitative study using scanning electron microscopy
These zones with structural changes in the endothelial lining of major vessels seem to be areas of high predilection to atherosclerosis in diabetes. Expand