Nesterov V

Nesterov V


Vladimir P

ResearcherID:  AAN-8090-2020
Scopus ID:  7102128105

Over the previous five years, the Laboratory of Functional Biochemistry of Muscles (No. 18) investigated the topic of “Physiological mechanisms of adaptation of muscle effectors of the cardiovascular system to extreme and stressful conditions (i.e., ischemia, hypoxia, toxic inorganic cations, etc.)
Laboratory´s staff carried out research and published its results—about 50 articles and abstracts since 2015, ten – in 2019.


Korotkov S, Sobol K, Shemarova I, Novozhilov A, Nikitina E, Nesterov V / Effects of Gd3+ and Ca2+ on Frog Heart Muscle Contractility and Respiration, Swelling and Inner Membrane Potential of Rat Heart Mitochondria / Journal of Evolutionary Biochemistry and Physiology 2020 56 : 541–549
Korotkov S, Nesterov V, Belostotskaya G, Braylovskaya I, Novozhilov A, Sobol K / Influence of Tl(+) on the Ca(2+) and Na(+) movement across rat neonatal cardiomyocytes and rat heart mitochondria membranes / Ukr. Biochem. J. 2020 92(1) : 41-55
Nesterov V, Burdygin A, Nesterov S, Ivanov K, Korotkov S, Sobol K, Shemarova I / Pecularities of Cardiohemodynamics and its Autonomic Regulation in Elderly People / J Evol Biochem Phys 2019 55(6) : 483-492
Korotkov S, Sobol K, Shemarova I, Furaev V, Novozhilov A, Nesterov V / Effects of Nd3+ on Calcium-Dependent Processes in Isolated Rat Heart Mitochondria and Frog Heart Muscle / Biochemistry (Moscow), Supplement Series A: Membrane and Cell Biology 2019 13 : 161–167
Korotkov S, Konovalova S, Nesterov V, Braylovskaya I / Mersalyl prevents the Tl+-induced permeability transition pore opening in the inner membrane of Ca2+-loaded rat liver mitochondria / Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 2018 495(2) : 1716-1721