The Journal “Toksikologicheskiy vestnik” (Toxicological Review)

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Jan–Feb, 2013
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Toxicological and hygienic securing of safe liquidation and conversion of facilities designed to store and destroy chemical weapons
Authors: Britanov N. G. , Filatov B. N. , Klauchek V. V. , Maslennikov A. A. , Zhukov V. Ye. , Tochilkina L. P. , Pocheptsov A. Ya. , Pildus I. E. , Vekhter Ye. P.

Toxic effect of different zinc compounds were investigated into biological characteristics of representatives of plankton crustaceous Ceriodaphnia affi nis Lillijesborg. Based on indicators of 48 hour and 7 day LC50 , suspensions of zinc oxide micro- and nanoparticles showed a higher toxicity to Ceriodaphnia as compared to ZnSO4 solutions. The indicator of the average lifespan of animals in ZnSO4 solutions had a dose-dependent character and statistically meaningly decreased when concentration of the substance increased. An authentic decrease of a total fertility of small crustaceans over their lifespan was registered for all tested substances and concentrations except for zinc oxide nanoparticles at a concentration of 0.001 mg/l.

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Role of oxidative stresses in the organism systemic response at acute intoxication by psychotropic preparations and substances of burning action
Authors: Belova M. V. , Ilyashenko K. K. , Luzhnikov Ye. A. , Yelkov A. N. , Godkov M. M. , Klychnikova Ye. V. , Matveyev S. B.

Toxic effect of different zinc compounds were investigated into biological characteristics of representatives of plankton crustaceous Ceriodaphnia affi nis Lillijesborg. Based on indicators of 48 hour and 7 day LC50 , suspensions of zinc oxide micro- and nanoparticles showed a higher toxicity to Ceriodaphnia as compared to ZnSO4 solutions. The indicator of the average lifespan of animals in ZnSO4 solutions had a dose-dependent character and statistically meaningly decreased when concentration of the substance increased. An authentic decrease of a total fertility of small crustaceans over their lifespan was registered for all tested substances and concentrations except for zinc oxide nanoparticles at a concentration of 0.001 mg/l.

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The use of bio-impedance spectroscopy at acute alcohol poisoning in children
Authors: Sukhodolova G. N. , Simakov A. A. , Kovalenko L. A.

Toxic effect of different zinc compounds were investigated into biological characteristics of representatives of plankton crustaceous Ceriodaphnia affi nis Lillijesborg. Based on indicators of 48 hour and 7 day LC50 , suspensions of zinc oxide micro- and nanoparticles showed a higher toxicity to Ceriodaphnia as compared to ZnSO4 solutions. The indicator of the average lifespan of animals in ZnSO4 solutions had a dose-dependent character and statistically meaningly decreased when concentration of the substance increased. An authentic decrease of a total fertility of small crustaceans over their lifespan was registered for all tested substances and concentrations except for zinc oxide nanoparticles at a concentration of 0.001 mg/l.

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Pharmacological correction of neurotoxic lesions in white rats after a severe form of acute alcohol intoxication
Authors: Lisitsky D. S. , Petrov A. N. , Shevchuk M. K.

Toxic effect of different zinc compounds were investigated into biological characteristics of representatives of plankton crustaceous Ceriodaphnia affi nis Lillijesborg. Based on indicators of 48 hour and 7 day LC50 , suspensions of zinc oxide micro- and nanoparticles showed a higher toxicity to Ceriodaphnia as compared to ZnSO4 solutions. The indicator of the average lifespan of animals in ZnSO4 solutions had a dose-dependent character and statistically meaningly decreased when concentration of the substance increased. An authentic decrease of a total fertility of small crustaceans over their lifespan was registered for all tested substances and concentrations except for zinc oxide nanoparticles at a concentration of 0.001 mg/l.

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Indicators of mortality from acute intoxications in Bashkortostan
Authors: Zulkarneyev N. Kh. , Chernov N. V.

Toxic effect of different zinc compounds were investigated into biological characteristics of representatives of plankton crustaceous Ceriodaphnia affi nis Lillijesborg. Based on indicators of 48 hour and 7 day LC50 , suspensions of zinc oxide micro- and nanoparticles showed a higher toxicity to Ceriodaphnia as compared to ZnSO4 solutions. The indicator of the average lifespan of animals in ZnSO4 solutions had a dose-dependent character and statistically meaningly decreased when concentration of the substance increased. An authentic decrease of a total fertility of small crustaceans over their lifespan was registered for all tested substances and concentrations except for zinc oxide nanoparticles at a concentration of 0.001 mg/l.

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Effects of chronic intoxication by organophosphorus insecticides on the phagocytic and metabolic activity of neutrophils, immune system parameters and concentration of pro-infl ammatory cytokines in blood
Authors: Gromov M. S. , Shekhter M. S.

Toxic effect of different zinc compounds were investigated into biological characteristics of representatives of plankton crustaceous Ceriodaphnia affi nis Lillijesborg. Based on indicators of 48 hour and 7 day LC50 , suspensions of zinc oxide micro- and nanoparticles showed a higher toxicity to Ceriodaphnia as compared to ZnSO4 solutions. The indicator of the average lifespan of animals in ZnSO4 solutions had a dose-dependent character and statistically meaningly decreased when concentration of the substance increased. An authentic decrease of a total fertility of small crustaceans over their lifespan was registered for all tested substances and concentrations except for zinc oxide nanoparticles at a concentration of 0.001 mg/l.

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The enzymatic hydrolysis of blood plasma as a method of chemical and toxicological analysis to isolate drugs
Authors: Chuvina N. A. , Strelova O. Yu. , Kuklin V. N.

Toxic effect of different zinc compounds were investigated into biological characteristics of representatives of plankton crustaceous Ceriodaphnia affi nis Lillijesborg. Based on indicators of 48 hour and 7 day LC50 , suspensions of zinc oxide micro- and nanoparticles showed a higher toxicity to Ceriodaphnia as compared to ZnSO4 solutions. The indicator of the average lifespan of animals in ZnSO4 solutions had a dose-dependent character and statistically meaningly decreased when concentration of the substance increased. An authentic decrease of a total fertility of small crustaceans over their lifespan was registered for all tested substances and concentrations except for zinc oxide nanoparticles at a concentration of 0.001 mg/l.

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Toxicological studies in alternative models of extracts from materials contacting with food stuffs and used in microwave ovens
Authors: Aidinov G. T. , Istomin A. V. , Simileyskaya B. S. , Morylov I. V.

Toxic effect of different zinc compounds were investigated into biological characteristics of representatives of plankton crustaceous Ceriodaphnia affi nis Lillijesborg. Based on indicators of 48 hour and 7 day LC50 , suspensions of zinc oxide micro- and nanoparticles showed a higher toxicity to Ceriodaphnia as compared to ZnSO4 solutions. The indicator of the average lifespan of animals in ZnSO4 solutions had a dose-dependent character and statistically meaningly decreased when concentration of the substance increased. An authentic decrease of a total fertility of small crustaceans over their lifespan was registered for all tested substances and concentrations except for zinc oxide nanoparticles at a concentration of 0.001 mg/l.

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Validation of the Maximum Allowable Concentration of Mankoceb for fi shery water bodies
Authors: Fedotov A. S.

Toxic effect of different zinc compounds were investigated into biological characteristics of representatives of plankton crustaceous Ceriodaphnia affi nis Lillijesborg. Based on indicators of 48 hour and 7 day LC50 , suspensions of zinc oxide micro- and nanoparticles showed a higher toxicity to Ceriodaphnia as compared to ZnSO4 solutions. The indicator of the average lifespan of animals in ZnSO4 solutions had a dose-dependent character and statistically meaningly decreased when concentration of the substance increased. An authentic decrease of a total fertility of small crustaceans over their lifespan was registered for all tested substances and concentrations except for zinc oxide nanoparticles at a concentration of 0.001 mg/l.

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Effects of zinc nano-, micro particles and ions on the survival and fertility of Ceriodaphnia affi nis Lillijeborg at chronic exposure
Authors: Gremyachikh V. A. , Tomilina I. I.

Toxic effect of different zinc compounds were investigated into biological characteristics of representatives of plankton crustaceous Ceriodaphnia affi nis Lillijesborg. Based on indicators of 48 hour and 7 day LC50 , suspensions of zinc oxide micro- and nanoparticles showed a higher toxicity to Ceriodaphnia as compared to ZnSO4 solutions. The indicator of the average lifespan of animals in ZnSO4 solutions had a dose-dependent character and statistically meaningly decreased when concentration of the substance increased. An authentic decrease of a total fertility of small crustaceans over their lifespan was registered for all tested substances and concentrations except for zinc oxide nanoparticles at a concentration of 0.001 mg/l.

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