Yu. G. Sukhovei

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Transient changes in environmental temperature produce a short-term, but significant effect on the immune system reactions in laboratory mice. Activities of nonspecific resistance factors (peritoneal macrophages) in mice exposed in warm or cold water were characterized by similar reactions, while the reactions of cellular and humoral immunity were opposite.(More)
Bacillus strain 3M isolated from samples of permafrost from Mamontova Mountain (Yakutiya) affected the quality and duration of life of “elderly” mice. Microorganisms were given i.p. to CBA mice aged 17 months. After treatment with microorganisms, animals showed increases in motor activity, muscle strength (the load-lifting test), the feeding instinct (the(More)
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