Novozhilov A

Novozhilov A

Novozhilov

Artemy V.

PhD

ResearcherID:  AAP-1358-2021
Research Gate:  Artemy_Novozhilov
Scopus ID:  7003623340
eLibrary ID:  612676
E-Mail:  office@iephb.ru

State of redox balance in blood under different pathological and physiological conditions: antioxidants/prooxidants and physicals load.
Damage of muscles under exhausted physical exercises.
Methods:
Measurement of activity of antioxidant enzymes:
Cu,Zn superoxide dismutase, catalase, peroxiredoxin, glutathione peroxidase 1, 3, glutathione reductase, glutathione S-transferase.
Measurement of the concentration of products of oxidative damage to cellular components:
malondialdehyde, carbonyl derivatives of proteins, dien/triene conjugates, methemoglobin.
Measurement of the concentration of cellular antioxidants:
Reduced glutathione, ratio of reduced glutathione to oxidized glutathione.
Measurement of the concentration of nitric oxide metabolism products:
NO, NO2.
Cellular metabolites measurement:
piruvate, lactate, 2,3-BPG, ATP.
Measurement of enzymes activity of glycolytic and pentose phosphate pathways:
Lactate dehydrogenase, glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase, glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase.
Measurement of activity of carboanhydrase, S-formylglutathione hydrolase, Na+/K+-ATPase, Ca++- Mg++-ATPase, 5′-nucleotidase.

Articles

Katyukhin L, Novozhilov A / Dynamics of Deformation Properties of Erythrocytes in Wistar Rats during Postnatal Ontogeny / Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine 2021 172 : 5-8
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Korf E, Kudryavtsev I, Serebryakova M, Novozhilov A, Mindukshev I, Goncharov N / Ammonium Salts Promote Adaptive Changes of Rat Immune System to Ultimate Load in the Forced Swimming Model / Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine 2021 170 : 714–718
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Goncharov N, Korf E, Novozhilov A, Jenkins R, Avdonin P / Nutraceuticals in sports activities and fatigue / Nutraceuticals (Second Edition) 2021 Efficacy, Safety and Toxicity : 215-228
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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
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Korf E, Mindukshev I, Novozhilov A, Krivchenko A, Goncharov N / Ammonium Salts Increase Physical Performance and Reduce Blood Lactate Level in Rats in a Model of Forced Swimming / Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine 2020 168(5) : 610–613
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Novozhilov A, Mindukshev I, Korf E, Krivchenko A, Goncharov N / Ammonium Salts Promote Functional Adaptation of Rat Erythrocytes on the Model of Forced Swimming / Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine 2020 168(4) : 444-448
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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
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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
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Kubasov I, Matrosova E, Novozhilov A, Tavrovskaya T, Korf E, Arutunyan R, Goncharov N / The Effect of Intense Physical Exercise on Contractile Responses of Rat Fast- and Slow-Twitch Skeletal Muscles / Journal of Evolutionary Biochemistry and Physiology 2018 54 : 417–421
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Korf E, Kubasov I, Vonsky M, Novozhilov A, Runov A, Kurchakova E, Matrosova E, Tavrovskaya T, Goncharov N / Green Tea Extract Increases the Expression of Genes Responsible for Regulation of Calcium Balance in Rat Slow-Twitch Muscles under Conditions of Exhausting Exercise / Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine 2017 164 : 6–9
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Korf E, Kubasov I, Vonsky M, Novozhilov A, Runov A, Kurchakova E, Matrosova E, Tavrovskaya T, Goncharov N / Ultrastructural and gene-expression changes in the calcium regulation system of rat skeletal muscles under exhausting exercise / Cell and Tissue Biology 2017 11 : 371–380
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