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Editors: Ludmila N. Shishkina, Gennady E. Zaikov and Alexander N. Goloschapov ( N .M. Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics , Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow , Russia
Book Description:
The majority of chapters in this book were written by scientists of N. M. Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics (IBChPh) of Russian Academy of Sciences. Prof. N. M. Emanuel was one of the founders of biochemical physics – a part of natural science. This science borders on the line of physics, chemistry and biology with integration of mathematics and with practical applications in medicine and agriculture. The book is devoted to these topics. The time has come to show the scientific community worldwide what Russian scientists have recently done in this area. Six chapters of this volume have information about hydrogels in endovascular embolization. Special attention devoted to synthesis and properties of spherical particles (SP) of hydrogels and their medico-biological properties, clinical use of SP, radiopaque SP and their preparation and properties, morphological foundation of hydrogels use for vascular occlusion, antitumor agents methotrexate-containing poly(HEMA)-hydrogels and poly(HEMA) with intensified haemostatic activity as a new embolic materials. The volume has very important information about pharmacological premises of the creation of new antitumor preparations of the class of nitrosoalkylurea and investigation of new mechanism of E.coli resistance to alkylation damages induced by NO-donation agent – a “Quasi-adaptive response”. It also includes information about biological activity of different enzymes in process of oxidation in vivo and in vitro, investigation of the properties of lipids in plants and in animals.
Some chapters deal with pharmacological criterions for new antitumor drugs, using of Tocopherols as bioantioxidants in vitro and in vivo, creation of new equipment for chemical engineering, investigation of enzyme reactions, thermodegradation and combustion of polymers and polymer composites, formation of char during of combustion, molecular design and reactivity of some chemical compounds, problems of pethrochemistry, preparation and modification of microparticles, investigation of antioxidants in food products, chemistry of rubber and formation of carbon nanostructures. Several chapters include very important information about application of electron spin resonance techniques for investigation of chemical and biochemical reactions.

Table of Contents:
1. Hydrogels in endovascular embolization Part I. Spherical particles of poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) and their medico-biological properties”
(D. Horak, K.Z. Gumargalieva, G.E. Zaikov, M.I. Artsis) pp. 1-11

2. Hydrogels in endovascular embolization Part II. Clinical use of spherical particles)
(D. Horak, K.Z. Gumargalieva, G.E. Zaikov, L.A. Zimina) pp. 13-21

3. Hydrogels in endovascular embolization Part III. Radiopaque spherical particles, their preparation and properties
(D. Horak, K.Z. Gumargalieva, G.E. Zaikov, L.L. Madyuskina) pp. 23-32

4. Hydrogels in endovascular embolization Part IV. Morphological foundation of hydrogel use for vascular occlusion
(D. Horak, K.Z. Gumargalieva, G.E. Zaikov, N.N. Madyuskin) pp. 33-38

5. Hydrogels in endovascular embolization (Part V. Antitumor agent methotrexate-containing p(HEMA)
(D. Horak, K.Z. Gumargalieva, G.E. Zaikov, M.I. Artsis, L.L. Madyuskina) pp. 39-50

6. Hydrogels in endovascular embolization Part VI. Poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) with intensified haemostatic activity as a new embolic material
(D. Horak, K.Z. Gumargalieva, G.E. Zaikov, L.A. Zimina, N.N.) pp. 51-58

7. On a possibility of use of embolizing preparation derived from poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) (poly-HEMA) for chemoemobolization
(E.V. Koverzanova, S.V. Usachev, K.Z. Gumargalieva, L.V. Kokov) pp. 59-65

8. A new mechanism of E. coli resistance to alkylation damage induced by NO-donating agent- a "Quasi -Adaptive Response"
(Svetlana V. Vasilieva, Elena Ju. Moschkovskaya, and Michael R.Volkert) pp. 67-79

9. A kinetic approach to explain the effects of a-Tocopherol at the physiological and ultra-low concentrations on the activity of protein Kinase C in vitro
(E.L. Maltseva, K.G. Gurevich, N.P. Palmina) pp. 81-89

10. Pharmacological premises of the creation of new antitumor preparations of the class of nitrosoalkylurea
(J.A. Djamanbaev, Ch. Kamchybekova, J.A. Abdurashitova, G.E. Zaikov) pp. 91-95

11. Influence on the oxidation processes regulation is the reason of biological activity of the ecdysteroid-containing compounds
(L.N. Shishkina, O.G. Shevchenko, and N.G. Zagorskaya) pp. 97-111

12. Influence of the composition and physicochemical parameters of natural lipids on properties of liposomes formed from them
(M.A. Klimovich, L.N. Shishkina, D.V. Paramonov, V.I. Trofimov) pp. 113-122

13. State of lipid component of the soybean flour enzyme hydrolyzates during storage
(L.N. Shishkina, E.V. Miloradova, E.A. Badichko, S.E. Traubenberg) pp. 123-134

14. XRD characterization of superfine Fe powder and EPR study of its interaction with lipid membranes
(Liudmila D. Fatkullina, Alexey V. Krivandin, Elena B. Burlakova, Alexander N. Goloschapov) pp. 135-145

15. The quenching of intrinsical fluorescence of sarcoplasmic reticulum for the lipid-protein interrelationship determination” O.M. Alekseeva, Yu.A. Kim, V.A. Rykov, N.L.Vekshin pp. 147-156

16. A new equipment against industrial emissions
(Usmanova R.R., Zaikov G.E.) pp. 157-166

17. Synthesis of peroxy oligomers based on epoxy compounds using tert-butyl peroxymethanol
(Michael Bratychak, Olena Shyshchak, Mikhailo Bratychak, Olena Astakhova) pp. 161-178

18. Kinetics of the fermentative reaction of H2O2 decomposition under the action of catalase in the presence of bioSAS for the stationary state
(Turovsky A. A., Khvorostetsky R. O., Bazylyak L. I., Zaikov G. E.) pp. 179-189

19. Kinetics of the fermentative process in stationary state for sunflower-seed oil hydrolysis by lipase in the presence of bioSAS (Turovsky A. A., Khvorostetsky R. O., Bazylyak L. I., Zaikov G. E.) pp. 191-196

20. Thermal degradation and combustion behavior of the polyethylene/clay nanocomposites prepared by intercalative polymerization
(L.A. Novokshonova, S.M. Lomakin, P.N. Brevnov, A.N. Shchegolikhin, R. Kozlowski) pp. 197-223

21. Molecular design and reactivity of the 1-hydroxycyclohexyl hydroperoxide – Alk4NBr complexes
(N.A. Turovskij, E.V. Raksha, E.N. Pasternak, I.A. Opeida, G.E. Zaikov) pp. 225-233

22. Char formation flame retardant of PVC plasticates
(N.A. Khalturinskiy, D.D. Novikov, L.A. Zhorina, L.V. Kompaniets, T.A. Rudakova, S.L. Borbot’ko) pp. 235-241

23. Mobile structural defects as catalyst of solid state polymerization
(A.M. Kaplan, N.I. Chekunaev) pp. 243-255

24. Flame retardation of unsaturated polyester resins and glass-reinforced polyester resin laminates with use of halogen free modification
(Ewa Kicko-Walczak, Marzena Półka) pp. 257-269

25. Absorption of high-boiling hydrocarbons from associated petroleum gas at tubular devices with converging-diverging construction
(T.G. Umergalin, F.B. Shevlyakov, V.P. Zakharov, D.H. Kaem, G.E. Zaikov) pp. 271-278

26. Modification of microparticles via previous adsorption of cobalt (III) acethylacetonate on their surface
(Kytsya A. R., Bazylyak L. I., Kochubey V. V., Medvedevskikh Yu. G., Zaikov G.E.) pp. 279-289

27. Antioxidant properties of lemon essential oils
(T.A. Misharina, M.B. Terenina, N.I. Krikunova, I.B. Medvedeva) pp. 291-300

28. The structure and mobility of vulcanized nets of polysulphide oligomers
(V.S. Minkin, Yu.N. Khakimullin, T.R. Deberdeev, G.E. Zaikov) pp. 301-307

29. EPR detection of g-irradiated green tea
(R. Mladenova, N.D. Yordanov, M. V. Motyakin, A.M. Wasserman) pp. 309-315

30. Luminescence diagnostics of malignant tumours in near infrared using Yb-complexes of porphyrins
(Roshchina N.V., Rumyantseva V.D., Shilov I.P., Mironov A.F.) pp. 317-323

31. The study of the atomic structure and elastic properties of the silicon carbide nanowires
(Pavel B. Sorokin, Pavel V. Avramov, Dmitry G. Kvashnin, Alexander G. Kvashnin, Leonid A. Chernozatonskii) pp. 325-330

32. The elastic properties of branched silicon nanowires: the theoretical study
(Pavel B Sorokin, Alexander G. Kvashnin, Dmitriy G. Kvashnin, Pavel V. Avramov, Leonid A. Chernozatonskii) pp. 331-336

33. Thermostability and coke formation ability of diphenyldiacetylene and p-diethynylbenzene polymers
(Vjacheslav M. Misin, Nikolay N. Glagolev, Michael V. Misin) pp. 337-349

34. Melting and non-isothermal crystallization behavior of polyethylene, poly(ethylene-co-vinyl-acetate) and their blends with natural rubber
(Natalya N. Kolesnikova, Anna V. Baranova, Yulia K. Lukanina, Anatoly A. Popov) pp. 351-356

35. Influence of the structure of a composite material’s polymeric template on the development of micromycetes
(Yu.K. Lukanina , N.N. Kolesnikova, A.V. Khvatov, A.N. Likhachev, A.A. Popov) pp. 357-363

36. Effect of solvent composition on the decay kinetics of carbocations in the photolysis of 1,2-Dihydroquinolines
(O. N. Lygo , T. D. Nekipelova, E. N. Khodot, V. A. Kuzmin) pp. 365-371

37. Spectroscopic studies on the interaction between chlorine derivative and human serum albumin
(G.V. Golovina, V.A. Kuzmin, M.A. Grin) pp. 373-377

38. The most important commodity is water
(G.G. Zharikova) pp. 379-384

39. Concomitant microflora of Boletus edulis
(S.F. Vladimirova) pp. 385-389

40. Germination of basidiospores and colony structure of Boletus edulis
(G.G. Zharikova, M.V. Nefelova, S.F. Vladimirova) pp. 391-397

41. Changes in microbial population of confectionery products during storage
(I.B. Leonova, K.A. Cravshenko, P.A. Solopova) pp. 399-408

42. Dependence of thermodynamic characteristics upon spatial-energy parameter of free atoms
(G.А. Коrablev, G.Е. Zaikov) pp. 407-426

43. Formation of carbon nanostructures and spatial-energy stabilization criterion
(G.А. Korablev, G.E. Zaikov) pp. 427-440

44. Truth of the truths and resonance of the resonances
(G.A. Korablev, G.E. Zaikov) pp. 441-449

Index pp.449-471

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2010
   Pages: pp.471
   ISBN: 978-1-60741-861-0
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