Prutskova N

Prutskova N


Natalia  P.


ResearcherID:  AAM-7210-2020
Research Gate:  Natalya Pavlovna Prutskova
Scopus ID:  6701487369
eLibrary ID:  79642

Research interests: physiology of visceral systems, morphophysiological studies on amphibians as animal models for investigating epithelial transport processes in the kidney and small intestine, including comparative and evolutionary aspects. The mechanisms of the hydroosmotic effect of antidiuretic hormone are investigated. The absorption of intact nonapeptides in frog small intestine was established. Adaptive changes in the structure and function of enterocytes at different periods of hibernation were revealed. The regularities of GFP and YFP reabsorption in rat and frog kidneys were established. The mechanism of endocytosis in renal proximal tubular epithelium of amphibians was studied using immunochemistry and confocal microscopy. The involvement of endocytosis receptors in the uptake and intracellular transport of various proteins was shown.


Seliviorstova V, Romanova I, Prutskova N / Molecular determinants of protein reabsorption in the amphibian kidneys / Acta Histochemica 2021 Sep;123(6) : 151760
Seliviorstova V, Prutskova N / Receptor-mediated endocytosis of lysozyme in renal proximal tubules of the frog Rana temporaria / Eur. J. Histochem. 2015 Apr 13;59(2) : 79-86