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Chesnokova M.G.,Omsk State Medical Academy | Shalaj V.V.,Omsk State Technical University | Kraus Ju.A.,Omsk State Technical University | Mironov A.Ju.,Russian Agency for Health and Consumer Rights
Procedia Engineering | Year: 2015

In assessing the soil corrosion activity on the pipeline locations caused by a combination of factors, the severity of microbiological indicators (number of sulfur cycle bacteria) was determined. Soils microbiological testing revealed the absence of sulfate-reducing bacteria and detected thiobacteria in different concentrations. Severity assessment of the soils biocorrosion activity allowed to identify a sufficiently high level of soil samples having a moderately corrosive activity. Correlation between soils biocorrosion activity criterion index and quantitative content thiobacteria of the soil was identified. The results suggest that thiobacteria play an important role in the corrosion development in underground metal pipelines and use the findings in validation preventive trends. © 2015 The Author Published by Elsevier Ltd.


Tikhonov S.N.,Russian Agency for Health and Consumer Rights | Rotov K.A.,Russian Agency for Health and Consumer Rights | Alekseev V.V.,Russian Agency for Health and Consumer Rights | Snatenkov E.A.,Russian Agency for Health and Consumer Rights | Khrapova N.P.,Russian Agency for Health and Consumer Rights
Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine | Year: 2010

A new method for obtaining the liposomal formulation of streptomycin and tetracycline is described in the present work. The physicochemical properties of this formulation were evaluated. We compared the effects of free and liposomal formulations from streptomycin and tetracycline on activity of liver enzymes in albino mice. Immobilization of antibiotics in liposomes was followed by a decrease in the inhibitory effect on protease, alkaline phosphatase, and phosphorylase. The infl uence of this preparation on ATPase was reduced by 2 times. © 2010 Springer Science+Business Media, Inc.


Rotov K.A.,Russian Agency for Health and Consumer Rights | Tikhonov S.N.,Russian Agency for Health and Consumer Rights | Alekseev V.V.,Russian Agency for Health and Consumer Rights | Snatenkov E.A.,Russian Agency for Health and Consumer Rights
Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine | Year: 2012

We present data on pharmacokinetics of free and liposomal forms of gentamicin. Comparative study of two drug forms showed that immobilization of gentamicin in liposomes significantly increased most important pharmacokinetic parameters of the antibiotic (AUC, Cmax, MRTpo, T1/2, Kel, Vzpo) and reduced Clpo and Kel. © 2012 Springer Science+Business Media, Inc.


PubMed | Russian Agency for Health and Consumer Rights
Type: Comparative Study | Journal: Bulletin of experimental biology and medicine | Year: 2012

We present data on pharmacokinetics of free and liposomal forms of gentamicin. Comparative study of two drug forms showed that immobilization of gentamicin in liposomes significantly increased most important pharmacokinetic parameters of the antibiotic (AUC, Cmax, MRTpo, T(1/2), Kel, Vzpo) and reduced Clpo and Kel.

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