Vjacheslav Repin

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Apolipoprotein B (apoB), an apolipoprotein associated with very low density lipoproteins and the atherogenic low density lipoproteins (LDL), directs the metabolism of lipoprotein particles in plasma by interacting with the LDL receptor. Utilizing human intestinal biopsy organ cultures, we have studied the synthesis of intestinal apoB in man. Intestinal(More)
We developed an original reproducible 3D-technology for preparation of single dormant microspheres consisting of 2000 somatic cells. The dynamics of microsphere assembly from mesenchymal and epithelial cells of retinal pigment epithelium was traced using time-lapse microscopy: formation of a loose aggregate over 24 h followed by its gradual consolidation(More)
A new model to study cholesterol uptake in the human intestine in vitro is described. Human small intestine organ cultures were incubated with mixed micelles containing bile acid, phospholipid, and cholesterol or its nonabsorbable analogue, sitosterol; trace amounts of labeled cholesterol or sitosterol were added to the micelles. After incubation, the(More)
Neurospecific S-100 protein was revealed by the methods of microelectrophoresis in the 15% polyacrylamide gel with a 0.1% sodium dodecylsulfate and by a highly purified S-100 protein "marker" in the composition of low molecular acidic proteins of the rat brain synaptosomes. The S-100 protein conten constitutes about 15-2o% of the low molecular acidic(More)
The problem of post-Chernobyl dosimetry is unique in its complexity in the history of radiation medicine and radiation protection. This is because the early experience of mass exposure of people (bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Windscale and South-Ural accidents, exposure of inhabitants of Nevada in the United States of America, the Semipalatinsk area in(More)
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