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Title
Authors
CRITICAL REVIEW OF PRECONDITIONING
Ivanov K.P.
EFFICIENCY OF MILDRONATE IN RATS OF DIFFERENT AGE WITH EXPERIMENTAL-INDUCED MYOCARDIAL ISCHEMIA
Kukes V.G., Zhernakova N.I., Gorbach T.V., Romashchenko O.V., Rumbesht V.V.
ADAPTIVE PHENOMENON OF ISCHEMIC POSTCONDITIONING OF THE HEART. PERSPECTIVES OF CLINICAL USE
Maslov L.N., Mrochek A.G., Khaliulin I., Hanuš L., Pei J., Zhang Y.
CELL THERAPY OF CRITICAL LIMB ISCHEMIA (PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS)
Lebedev S.V., Karasev A.V., Kungurtsev V.V., Lokhonina A.V., Kleimenova E.B.
HYPOXIC PRECONDITIONING OF STEM CELLS AS A NEW APPROACH TO INCREASE THE EFFICACY OF CELL THERAPY FOR MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
Maslov L.N., Podoksenov Y.K., Portnichenko A.G., Naumova A.V.
Postconditioning the Heart: Analysis of Experimental and Clinical Data
Maslov L.N., Tsibul'nikov S.Y., Mukhomedzyanov A.V., Semenotsov A.S., Tsepokina A.V., Khutornaya M.V., Kutikhin A.G., Nam I.F.
INTERACTION OF THE HUMORAL AGONIST DURING THE PLATELETS ACTIVATION IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC CEREBRAL ISCHEMIA
Barinov E.F., Mamedalieva S., Tverdokhleb T.A.
Possibilities of Pharmacological Preconditioning
Levchenkova O.S., Novikov V.E.
EXPERIMENTAL MODEL OF OCULAR ISСHEMIC DISEASES
Kiseleva T.N., Chudin A.V.
THE PLACE OF VASCULAR SURGERY IN TREATMENT OF DIABETIC PATIENTS
Pokrovskiy А.V.
MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT OF CEREBRAL TOLERANCE TO ISCHEMIA. PART 1
Shlyakhto E.V., Barantsevich E.P., Shcherbak N.S., Galagudza M.M.
MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT OF CEREBRAL TOLERANCE TO ISCHEMIA (REVIEW. PART 2)
Shlyakhto E.V., Barantsevich E.R., Shcherbak N.S., Galagudza M.M.
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