Institute for General Pathology and Pathophysiology RAMS

Moscow, Russia

Institute for General Pathology and Pathophysiology RAMS

Moscow, Russia
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Panchenkov D.N.,Institute for General Pathology and Pathophysiology RAMS
Patologicheskaia fiziologiia i èksperimental'naia terapiia | Year: 2013

Eighty white rats were divided into 4 groups: (1) vivarium control, (2) antiorthostatic hypokinesia (AH), (3) peritonitis alone, and (4) AH with peritonitis. Effects of AH were achieved by putting rats on a special stand for a period of 14 days, followed by the formation of peritonitis. After that biochemical parameters of blood samples have been investigated. Combination effects of microgravity and peritonitis is unidirectional and have mutual weights. As illustrated in some cases two-fold increase in the level of the studied parameters in comparison with the control and vivarium peritonitis. Comparative assessment of peritonitis severity revealed that simulated effects of microgravity turn the peritonitis into more complicated forms.


Orlov A.A.,Institute for General Pathology and Pathophysiology RAMS
Patologicheskaia fiziologiia i èksperimental'naia terapiia | Year: 2013

In experiments on rats CD comparative studies have been carried out which is the effect of osteoplastic material NORIAN CRS, the rate of bone regeneration after mandibular dental implants (titanium screw) and the combined effect of these processes NORIAN CRS protein and protein (Emdogein). Functionality and maturity of the newly formed bone tissue was evaluated by histological and biochemical methods. The results suggest that the use of osteoplastic material NORIAN CRS is the 120 days leading to almost complete regeneration of bone tissue. It was also found that the combined use of NORIAN CRS and protein Emdogein impractical because adding Emdogein not accelerate bone regenerative process, but in the early postoperative period may cause an inflammatory reaction.

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