Immunomodulating action of myelopeptides in animals with hypoxic hypoxia


When the body is exposed to the action of unfavorable factors and, in particular, acute hypoxic hypoxia, which is a nonspecific stress factor, considerable changes take place in lymphoid tissue function [3]. Hematopoietic stem cells are redistributed and migration of T and B lymphocytes and their precursors from the central organs to the periphery is… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00802178


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@article{Saryvaeva2004ImmunomodulatingAO, title={Immunomodulating action of myelopeptides in animals with hypoxic hypoxia}, author={D. V. Saryvaeva and Liudmila A. Zakharova and Alexander Vasilenko and Augusta A Mikhailova and B. T. Tulebekov}, journal={Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine}, year={2004}, volume={106}, pages={1724-1726} }