Vladimir A. Vinokurov

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The biomedical uses for the spectroscopy of scattered light by micro and nanoscale objects can broadly be classified into two areas. The first, often called light scattering spectroscopy (LSS), deals with light scattered by dielectric particles, such as cellular and sub-cellular organelles, and is employed to measure their size or other physical(More)
Sixty six isolates were screened for ability of bioethanol production; dynamics of product accumulation and substrate utilization were investigated for two selected strains Trametes hirsuta MT-24.24 and Trametes versicolor IT-1. The strains’ efficiency was evaluated as bioethanol production by 1 g biomass. Strain T. versicolor IT-1 producing over 33 g/L of(More)
Halloysite nanotubes, a biocompatible nanomaterial of 50-60nm diameter and ca. 15nm lumen, can be used for loading, storage and sustained release of drugs either in its pristine form or with additional polymer complexation for extended release time. This study reports the development composite tablets based on 50wt.% of the drug loaded halloysite mixed with(More)
We developed ceramic core-shell materials based on abundant halloysite clay nanotubes with enhanced heavy metal ions loading through Schiff base binding. These clay tubes are formed by rolling alumosilicate sheets and have diameter of c.50 nm, a lumen of 15 nm and length ~1 μm. This allowed for synthesis of metal nanoparticles at the selected position: (1)(More)
The advisability of isoniazid administration in the form of ultrasonic aerosols in the treatment of patients with pulmonary tuberculosis and diseases of the gastrointestinal tract is shown.
A highly potent strain of Lentinus edodes producing lentinomycin B, an erythadenin metabolite showing hypolipidemic activity, and biologically active water soluble endopolysaccharides was isolated. The optimum composition of the medium for the strain submerged cultivation was developed. The medium provided shorter period of the strain cultivation and a(More)