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Oxidative stress and inflammation in COVID-19 pathogenesis
Kukes V.G., Parfenova O.K., Sidorov N.G., Olefir Y.V., Gazdanova A.А.
THE ALTERATION OF COMPOSITION OF FATTY ACIDS AND INSULIN-BINDING ACTIVITY OF CELLS IN CONDITIONS OF OXIDATIVE STRESS UNDER EXPERIMENTAL DIABETES MELLITUS
Mikaelyan N.P., Gurina A.E., Terentev A.A., Mikaelyan A.A.
THE METABOLIC DISORDERS IN MEMBRANE OF ERYTHROCYTES AND INSULIN-BINDING ACTIVITY OF BLOOD CELLS IN PATIENTS UNDER OBESITY AND DIABETES MELLITUS TYPE II
Mikaelyan N.P., Potemkin V.V.
The parallel comparative study of metabolism of fatty acids in erythrocytes and other tissues under experimental diabetes mellitus
Mikaelyan N.P., Nguen Z.K., Komarov O.S., Mikaelyan K.A.
The impact of oxidative stress on state of insulin secretion and insulin-binding activity of blood cells under diabetes mellitus and its complications in children
Mikaelyan N.P., Gurina A.E., Smirnov V.V., Mikaelyan A.V., Terentyev A.A.
The metabolic syndrome as factor of additional cardio vascular risk under ischemic heart disease
Dontsov A.V.
The imbalance of fatty acids metabolism under obesity and diabetes mellitus type II in women with insulin resistance
Mikaelyan N.P., Nguien K.Z., Mikaelyan A.A.
NARUShENIE LIPID-BELKOVYKh VZAIMOOTNOShENIY V MEMBRANAKh ERITROTsITOV I PLATsENTY U ZhENShchIN PRI OZhIRENII I SAKhARNOM DIABETE 2-GO TIPA
Mikaelyan N.P., Maksina A.G., Mikaelyan A.V., Vitushko S.V.
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