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Cellular mechanisms of neuroimmune interaction in multiple sclerosis: ionotropic glutamate receptors of T-lymphocytes
Kuzmina U.S., Bakhtiyarova K.Z., Vakhitova Y.V.
THE COMPARATIVE STUDY OF HUMAN ENDOGENOUS RETROVIRUS HERV-E λ 4-1 EXPRESSION IN BLOOD IMMUNE CELLS OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS PATIENTS
Goldina I.A., Markova E.V.
THE CHARACTER OF SYSTEMIC CHANGES IN ADAPTIVE AND INNATE IMMUNE RESPONSE IN PATIENTS WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
Andreeva I.I., Sizyakina L.P., Goncharova Z.A.
CHANGES OF INTESTINAL MICROBIOME IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH IMMUNE SHIFT AND PSYCHOEMOTIONAL DISORDERS
Abdurasulova I.N., Matsulevich A.V., Tarasova E.A., Kudryavtsev I.V., Nikiforova I.G., Serebryakova M.K., Miroshnichenko M.I., Ivashkova E.V., Tatarinov A.E., Ilves A.G., Ermolenko E.I., Bisaga G.N., Stolyarov I.D., Klimenko V.M.
THE EFFECT OF GLUTAMATE ON THE MIGRATION OF T CELLS FROM HEALTHY DONORS AND PATIENTS WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS IN VITRO
Maksimova M.A., Kuzmina U.S., Bakhtiyarova K.Z., Vakhitova Y.V.
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS IS ASSOCIATED WITH ALTERED QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE COMPOSITION OF INTESTINAL MICROBIOTA
Abdurasulova I.N., Tarasova E.A., Ermolenko E.I., Eliseev A.V., Matsulevich A.V., Bisaga G.N., Skulyabin D.I., Suvorov A.N., Klimenko V.M.
THE EFFECT OF CHEMOKINE CXCL-13 ON THE CLINICAL AND FUNCTIONAL STATUS OF PATIENTS WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS IN REMISSION
Sursiakova N.V., Kuklina E.M., Baidina T.V., Nekrasova I.V.
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