International Journal of Nanobiotechnology and Pharmacy. 2014. N1.


2.    Mechanical properties of nanostructured NiTi used for designing implants with   shape memory in dentistry
    Gizatullin R.M., Borisenko N.I., Gurfinkel L.N., Koledov V.V.

Abstract: Nanostructured nikelid-titanium is a promising material for use in dentistry for the regeneration of the jawbone as a combination of powder nanocomposite with various biologically active materials, as well as in the form of a shape-memory structures to create implants. These implants are fixed in the jaw bone is much stronger than smooth, rough and threaded implants currently used. Studied the mechanical properties of the implant based on nanostructured NiTi, showing a significant advantage over their unstructured samples.

Keywords: TiNi, implant, nanocomposite, nanotechnology, nanobiotechnology


11.    Comparative analysis of the cellular composition of vaginal smears from cervical erosion after treatment candles containing shungite-silver nanocomposite and candles of different compositions
    Dubrovina N.

Abstract: Treatment of erosion and cervical cancer with candles containing shungite-silver nanocomposite significantly accelerates wound healing and reduces the risk of complications. It is shown that in the postoperative period to suppress the inflammatory process is better to use candles containing shungite-silver nanocomposite.

Keywords: gynecology, pathology, mechanisms, erosion, cytology


18.    The mechanical properties of human skin
    Pleshkaneva O.

Abstract: Skin is a barrier between man and the environment. In relation to the external environment all functions of the skin can be defined as tactile and barrier-protective. In this paper considered the methods of measurement of the mechanical parameters of human skin, as well as some issues of thermoregulation.

Keywords: skin, environment, methods, mechanical, human, thermoregulation


43    Lateral flow Immunochromatographic assays
    Zaraisky E.I., Osmak G.J., Poltavtsev An.M.

Abstract: The review presents the history of immunoassay analysis, its place in the modern diagnosis and prospects for new developments. Appearance of immunochromatographic analysis - a serious milestone in modern clinical diagnostics. The method of Immunochromatography is unique because it allows to provide diagnose a short time and without expensive equipment. This unique test for home and field use. The method is used in medicine, veterinary medicine, agriculture, in environmental monitoring and may to be used in military applications.

Keywords: Immunochromatographic, lateral flow assays, ELISA


59    Biosensor immunoassay for simultaneous detection of antigens AFP, PSA and CEA
    Zaraisky E.I., Osmak G.J.

Abstract: Developed an integrated biosensor for immunoassay of antigens in human serum. The test allows during 10 minutes to detect abnormal concentrations of markers AFP, PSA, CEA. The test is used for the early detection of cancer. Widespread use of such a system will help reduce cancer mortality by 40-60 percent.

Keywords: immunoassay, biosensor, antigen, cancer, human serum


71.    Population-based studies of membrane rupture in women which not using biosensor based on nanogold
    Zaraisky E.I., Osmak G.J., Poltavtsev Alex

Abstract: The Amnisure ROM™ test is approved for the diagnosis of rupture of membranes (ROM). However, a fraction of patients with a positive test have been with intact membranes detected by sterile speculum examination. The objective of this study was to determine the clinical significance of this finding.

Keywords: test, placenta, membranes, cervicovaginal, diagnose, amniotic


81.    Biosecurity of dental gels based on hydroxyapatite, nanostructured NiTi and rich plasma growth factors
    Poltavtsev Alex, Gizatulin R.M., Osmak G.J., Zaraisky E.I.

Abstract: Were studied biosafety nano-gels based on platelet growth factors, collagen, nanosilver, porous nickel-titanium, and calcium hydroxyapatite. Investigations were carried out using the original system of biosafety evaluation of nanocomposites in culture. The study of acute toxicity, chronic toxicity and the cytostatic effect of the studied nano-gels showed their biosafety and suitability for use in dentistry.

Keywords: nano-gels, collagen, regeneration, silver, hydroxyapatite, biosafety




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