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tp ' t , cb of. giy K K'n KR V = an M I th tire Actiq) wl (1111i r d G V " t ~ himclil 161 ltv - ' ! Li P i C k , f j 4 11 1 6 PAW l ' 1 1811 - 11 le e 0 " rag . osro., , -The abitty of tile muscles to s~uihcsize jlycog6 l aWr being cLarged with am elLv. In increased quantii ~ rent vms Investipti The "pts. were performed mvniis by direct exciution Of tibialls filit6rior witli'd.c. doihj~ il~e course of 16 inin. At thc end ofAbis finte a &)% Ow6im.. soln. w" IntvAU&4 Into the wwwWO ttolmich, Allile 2. 4. and 0 hrs., Me &lycopn in t1te am-scies was: ddl The gradual loss of the glycogen supercomptmotlawin tile muscle after mispwLsIon: of svinatic initervation, aud aft~cr 'Myelotomy and tewtolay Was 1 M W 1 N 1 41111#111 1 , GUTALNN, E.; VODICKA, Z.; ZBLENA, J. %fodifications in the striated nerve following section of the nerve and their relation to the conditions in the peripheral nerve stump. Cesk. fysiol. 4 no.2:181-185 May 55. 1. Fysiologicky ustav Cs. akadenie ved, Praha. (MUSCLES, metabolism. glycogen, off. of nerve section) (GLTCOGMI, metabolism, musc., eff. of nerve section) 1-1 - . I H;_ N il !11*11 ! j I iH I I lip. 11 1 11 t A i u VU f A 0 X44gen la muse 04. lax: (fled t%(, U Mot After dfrect'60mUilkin. &1pmi;cna sym- 'txqt (4umE [a dcma-vRmj taude,ja wMen- (114 m4rst~ 9 'ea a MOPIC t1try(11W metibit. ;Tile 04alwU froqattic* of dlectt.stirmstatiou dctWitiul: OL- statc of the mcbral c(~.tex induotced the tute d cs%~/mtheib. i ,aurj~v of After adwillistlation at' Nhur tile L resembRA Umt U z dettavateA, -'awd-t. m41WNN:CLw. dEswso somidlux to the wacLillg hypatllesis urtliOt defiacs citc- the traptiLic Wam - cf the tim"auq System ax the mrvouq' Mill BASS, A.; GTTT%4ANN, E.; VODICKA, Z. Resynthasla of muscle glycogen following work. Cask. fysiol. 4 no.4:419-,426 22 Oct 55. 1. Fysiologicky ustav CSAV. Praha. (GLYCOGEN, metabolism, musc., resynthesis after work) ("LIUSCLES, physiology. glycogen, resynthesis after work) (WORK. physiology, musc. glypagen resynthesis after work) :11, 1- 1 "1 -, -- GUTKM, I.; VODICKA, Z. Physiopathology of pain. Prakt. lek., Praha 35 no.18:421-424 20 SOP 55. (PAIN. pathology. physiopathel.) of nerves. Ftneqt Gutmann ftesko-,T) ~Xlov'opakad. v6d, Prague). 45" 1955).~A more Lx,,ict definition of the tropic function hasheensought. NteLibelicprocr-~.-,oofrmvvcryin tissues after flinctional load and daninge form the primary task of a study of tropic function. Glycogen (1) synthesis is linfalred slid tfic pendolom reaction (supervoinpenriation) of lcvrl lit muscle following activity jj supprmsed in dener- vated muscle. Mycloton)y prevents the normal course or I change in inuscle. Administration of caffeine or Dr aiso change., postfunctinual I level. Degradation and msyjillie- sis of I call also be elicited by conditioned reflex. it 1-ind ol Ilenduluin reaction of I level in muscle call nho be olklerved after reinnervation. smaller in traint(I aniatak. Previons repeated painful stimulation tends to an increa.4e of glyceinla and nitwele I following glucose intake. Impaireil protein fornattilmi from, jimviou.-I denervafion it stiggotcd by tile reversal of the, change lit arterio-venoir; differcticc of non-prolcin N P-Itex muscular ex6tatlun. Following water intake, water cniv- wnt lit muvle iticrea-.W.1; ItiallOnlrily Iffit fidli tilcli JVCI(JIY the original level in normal muscles. 'ihi-q stiptntotntensa- fiqu, dakni not occur in dencrvalcil trusOcs. 1. M, linis, CZECHOSLOVAM/Humn and Animal Physiology - The Nervous System. V Abs Jour: Ref. Zhur-Biol., No 6, 1958, 27421. Author G. Vrbova and E. Gutmann Iast Title Recovery of Conditioned Motor Reflexes After Interruption of a Nerve. Orig Pub: &Bkosl- 1-isiol., 1956, 5, No 1, 1-12. Abstract- Reflex spreading of the phalanges of .,he extremi- ties can be produced in the rat by truddenly inter- rupting the animal's equilibrium (by removing the support upon which it is leaning). Such an un- conditioned stim1us served as reinforcement in the formation of a conditioned response to the sound of a bell. Eight combinations were performed Card 1/3 CZECHOSLOVAKIA/Human and Animal Physiology. The Nervous V System Abs Jour: Ref. Zhur-Biol.,, No 6., 1958y 27421. each ez~y~ on the ninth day the conditioned reflex attaired 100%. It was quite stable and had not undergone extinction even after a month. Following denervation of an extremity by pinching the sciatic nerve, reflex spreading of the phalanges of the extremities disappeared and became reestablished between the 8th and 12th day. In rats in which production of the conditioned reflex was undertaken the day after the operation, it appeared on the average on the llth day after recovery of the uncon- ditioned reflex. In rats in which reinforcement was begun 16 to 18 days or one month after denerva- tion, 90 to 1000i'o showed positive responses on the very first trial. This phenomenon is explained Card 2/3 CZECHOSLOVAKIA/H't=n and Animal. Physiology. The nervous System V Abs Jour: Ref. Zhur-Biol., No 6, 1958, Ly-,421. by the emergence of inhibitory processes in the motor analysor within the period of denervation and recovery. When the posterior roots were sectioned at the level of Ll--L2, the unconditioned reflex remained, but fatigued rapidly. The condi- tioned reflex was produced with great difficulty, and during its elicitation the phenomenon of ex- tinction took place, the cause of which was the absence of afferent signalization. Card 3/3 GUTMANN, E.; BASS, A.; VODICKA, Z.; VRBOVA, G. Nervous control of tropbic processes in striatia muscle. Physiol. bohem. 5:14-16 Suppl. 1956. 1. Institute of Physiology. Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague. (MUSCLES, metab. glycogen, control by- nerves in striated mlisc.) (GLYCOG'TN, metab. musc.. control by nerves in striated musc.) CZECFASUYIA'JU:,/Hm-mn and i'mirml Physiolo(V. Nuui%)i.iuscLLIar Phys-_*o- T-11 lo~~fy Abs Jour R.:!f ?2-,ur - Biol., Plo 14, 1958, "Ti 656o4 ;'.uthor Drahota Z.., Gutmann E.) Vrbo", G. , _QSPA~ Praha. Inst -Fys iologickY__Yjt-Lv Title 'Bic Potassium Coatent of Norrml Denervated and Innervated Muscle. Oria Pub CQskosl. fYsiol., 1956, 5, No 3, 276-252 ,,bstr~7Lct The potassiu::i content of tha nuscles of the ex-I'mri-itic.-s of v-.ts watdeter-Aned photr,:.;ctricclly after an intraparitonen'll di,-.1yols, wrts porforned bj the Injection of Tyrode's solu- tion (12 ti-ics within a 24 hour pc-riod). In rom,:O_ j:=- cla the possiun content nfter dl,~.lysia was reduced bY 7.924io' on tho avoragt~; aftor a 1.1% solution of KU (5 'Llf; 'Per 100 .0,I) was injected into the pcritorio,~l cuvity, thQ pov~jsiwi content incroased by 10-77%, i-c.-, it aPProximted the levQl. 'Bic potassimi content of denenrated i-.iusclc Card 1/2 87 CZECHOSLOV;',KL-,/HLI;r.n nlid 'minal Physicl,~LZ-. PII,Ysiolo~zr ibo Jour Rof Zhur - Biol., No 14, 1958, Diu 65604 decr,=ed by 11-07%; after the injoction of KCI t1w t::~ssiu:~i level did not chm-C. The -I)otassiw., cz)nt,2nt 04, r,!-innQrvated ;.iuselc &Ldnishad by 31.13% and increased bY 58.45% after the injection of KC1. The exTeri!.--,nts corroborate the influence of a nouroragulatory i-,echrmis::: on the 2xcIaan,-,,-O processes of tho Card 2/2 VRBOVA, G.; GUTMANN, E. Disorders of motor function in polioTmIelitis with Bpecial referqnce to signal system. Cesk. pediat. 11 no.6:420-426 June 56. 1. Pysiolog. ustav CSAV. (POLIOMIYALITIS, physiology, motor disord., role of signal system (Cz)) ~o in If. of fA rlip it) if I!o 1:0 ;1 N. 3~ 1, tit w fI,; I 77 i5 II r, Tho oliti I illf I 31wil niawil, A !uOiliJ: fir :itc 7Z !,X 111-~ rate of 4~ljpltllmls~ '1111 -witabitity of the 13;r i!Ndtilfloi k. ti'l'l., 'cvl cw~vn hil 777 1 '~,, .I 1. MrIMAIM 7 7-n~rvritian changeS 4r- :-m-c of insectc: ,Iycorl-n ,!erervated mu3cles of av!ericnns. Ceqlt. i5h-158 1. GIV)70gen v normaln~,:Ih ri denervoiranych avnlech Per denervAti,)r, eff. an f-,Iv(-ogerL riet,0% in --rcrts nmerlepr.- ('V'z yl) muse. ef,. ml denervntion in iniect%~ :,ri" wnerleftwx (cz)) (1,'4SF,CTSV Periplpnct- -l -.cricawi. eff. of -n glycogen (C7 )) VIA KTJBISTA, V.; GUTKANN#4~e*,*~- Denervatiorl Changes in Insect Muscle; Glycogen in Normal and Denervated muscle of Periplaneta americana. Physiol. bohem. 6 no.2:188-192 1957. 1. Institute of Pbarsiology. Czechoslovak Academy of Science. (MUSCIM, metab. glycogen in normal & denervated muscle of Periplaneta americana (Ras)) (GLYCOGIN, metab. in normal & denervated musc. of Periplaneta americana (Rua)) (NXWIOUS SYSTIM, phyaiol. eff. of denervation on glycogen metab. in =ac. of Periplaneta americana (Rus)) CZECHOSLOVAKIA/HuLian and Animal Fhysic-ilogy (Noxiial and Patho- T logical). Nerve and Muscle Physiology. fibs Jour: Ref Zhur-Diol., No 17, 1958, 79913- Author Zak, A.; Gutrmn. E.; Vrbov, G. Inst Title Quantitative Changes In Muscle Proteins After Direct Stimulation of Muscle. Orig Pub: Ceskoal. fysiol., 1957, 6, No 3, 323-328. Abstract: During direct electric stimulation of the anterior tibialis af a rat at the rate of 120 pul/rlin. there was noted imr-w-diately after stimulation an increase of the content of non-protein N by 20-W; after 4 hours, the increase was maintained at 20.6%. Ime- diately after stimulation at a rate of 300 Pul/min., the content of non-protein N decreased by 17.1~, and, Card 1/2 71 I if it DN;i~- II ~; II I R31 NO I T T 1A cyoch" w1euronjuscular Physjo~ _Ph ' 1 siolovy, t illLk Y T n ~,!n. 5 --)59, 2--376 '. o has. " Bass, A. A.; (It.itmann Vadic T S muscle Of tile Skeletal l'~Clisln it' Teri *ata (;YCOF'r - ,t A I; L imil). at j Ort te 7 , d to NocAco "j"Its 3XII)JOC 01' 1957. f3, Na. 354--2 muscLes Of of Lhe ske I e t:? I h v jtC!q(j-< atrup MtS 5 v ed e,,,tVe1T1jty WZ - thie tissue!3 s u NA t3 tetl or 1, tl3rpentine: level m-1 OL I n l)ycogc h e ' g an (i I inal) of tbe fo".1t (A a i1litial. r, y -fell afte" 3 i the fll USc I e 9*1' it d UL11 .1. -e 13 l1 wa - a ayS this first 3 d WtDr th - Fx ectio creaj,,er thnix aft-Cr Aarda- w a E; rE Paz L1.2.rj W, S 0 _ j ;7~yathe_ 4 t 1 c , , , a lj7 je 11t of both -Ptive Sti)nklia icc ~ of Tloc glycogI.M, JAI t1le ~)1*1!~Seltl - * Ater than af~ "L' ~ M 9 t i c1r, however this rertaAlt 1011 V Card- 1/2 A D3 T ru, C q ter ecilon ()f the I!, j~,) nerve. at 'In y c depf?jj~'C; ) C tc: e t abolic,- J.i 2PE a_orcsoi iVe ~-;tjmu_ e t ~C, njuscu nil be twe,'L -On of Zle rer,/,p and '---V-Gav1iehek "ard: 2/2 GUTMANN. Ye. (Praga) Conference on the problems of neural regulation of metabolism. Usp. sovr. biol. 43 n0-1:130-132 Ja-F '57 (KLRA 100) (PRAGUF,_MRTAB0LISM__C0NGR3SUS) (nRVOUS SYSTIM) HUDLICKA, 0.; GUTKANN, Z. Disorders of ener&v metabolism in normal and denervat~,d muscles in ischemia. Cesk. fyziol. 7 no.1:26-27 1958. 1. Pysiologicky ustav =AV, Prahn Predneseno na pravIdelne schusi fysiologicke spolecuosti v ?raze dne )0. X. 1957. (NMCIM, metabolism, carbohydrates, in normal ?a denervated muse. in ischemia (Gs)) (GAITMOHYDRATRS. metabolism, muse., in normal & denervated muse. in ischemia. (Cs)) -GUTMANN, E. SCIRXE Periodical CESKOSLOVDISKA FYSIOLOGIE. Vol. 7, no. 1, Feb. 1958. GUTMANN, E. 1nternational symposium on the innervation of the muscle. p. 63. Monthly List of East European Accessions (EFAI) LC, Vol. 8, no. 3, March, 1959, Unclassified GUTMANN, E. "A conference on the biological basis for tissue transplantation, October U-16, 1957-11 P. 300. CESKOSLOVENSKA FYSIOLOGIX. Praha, Czechoslovakia, Vol. 7, no. 3, May 195B. Monthly List of East European Accessions (ETAI), LC, Vol. 8, No. 8, August,, 1959, Uncl. E "Problonns of or78T-izIrp,, syrrosic." -KCC T'NSKA Fv-ST-T,"GI7, Pr,ht-., C7,echnslovFIri[,, Vol. 7p nc. 4, u], 191~8 3U. Monthlir list rf F,83t, Europe Accesulons (EEAI), LC, Vol. 8, '~o. 6, ~~'ent 119 E,~,`RP`A VK1,-A 2 121-:: -hy-sio L or _j May 59 16,15. ADAPTATION OF CAR 110HYDRAYE ME"I'ABOLIS111 TO IINFF,11.111 I I LN I S'l A It VATION IN DPNEI(VATI-.*D MUS( LE. -Gut in a tin E. and Vrnov A G, Inst. of Physiol., Czechoslovak Acad. oT-S-c_i"s-,__P_rague - PHYSIOL. 11011EM. 1958, 7/5 (42,1-430) Graphs 3 I'ables 2 The adaptation of carbohydrate metabolism to intermittent starvation in normal and denervated striated muscle was studivd. Increased glycogen 1;yntliesis which develops during a 6 weeks' adaptation process persists if denervation is carried out just prior to final -refeeding. The decrease of the glycogen level in denervnted muscle during further refeeding is slower thnn in normal muscle. In muscle de- nervated 6 weeks previously the ad2Pt2tion reaction of increased glycogen syn- thesis cannot be elaborated. The increase in the glycogen content if; small and does not exceed the original glycogen content it) non-adapted animalB. During the final 3 days' feeding the glycogen level does not fall as it does in normal muscle. GUTMAIIII, M.; VRBOVA, G. Effect of tubocurarine administered during pregnancy in rabbits on off- spriz~rq. Cesk. fYsiol; 7 Tio.5:459.Sept 58. 1. Fvsiologicky ustav Gsav, Praha. (CURARE, tubocurarine, eff. of admin. in pre~;n. i-abbits on offspring (00) (PREGILOGGY, eff. of admin. of Whocurarine in pregn. ribbits on off- (t;z)) spring GUTI-Wal, E.; VRBOVA, G. Continuation of adaptation reaction in internipted hypot-iermia in normal and denervnted muscles. Gesk. fYRio1- 7 no-5:459-46o Sept 58. 1. Fyslologicky uqtav GSAV, Praha. (COM, effects, adaptation. reactions of normal & denervatel muse. (CZ)) (ADAPTATION, cold adaptation reactions in normal eA dener-vated muse. (Cz)) (MUSGL3S, physiol. same) GUTI MI, A. ; VRBOVA, G. of motor oignalization in formation of conditioned motor food reflexes. Cesk. fYsiol. 7 no.3:461 Sept 58. 1. Fysiologicky ustav Csav, Praha. (RF.FLSX. CONDITIOMM, motor signaling in form. of conditioned motor food reflexes (C2)) LODIII, Z.; 77ISCHER, J. ; GTJTKUTN' E. i KOWIMEK, J. Turnover of methinnine 33 8 in the cerebellar, dience,.)halic and spinal tissupq in normal conditions and following nociceptive stimulation in rats. Cook. fysiol. 8 no.3:221-222 Apr 59. 1. ustav GSAV, Prahn. Predneoeno na III. fyoiologickyah dnech v Brne dne 14, 1. 1959. (CENTRAL IMVOUS SMT3M, metab. inethionine, off. of pain stimulation in rats (c2 (MMTHIOITINN, metab. CM, off. of spin stimulation in rats (Cz)) (PAIN, exper. eff. on CM nethionine motab. in rats ((;z)) ZAK, it.; GUTMANN, S. Dissociation of the synthesis of nucleic acids from proteins in denervated muscles. Gesk. fyeiol. 8 no.3:264-265 Apr 59. 1. Fysiologick;y ustav CSAV, Praha. Predneseno na III. fysiologiclWch dnech v Brne dne 11s. 1. 1959. (WJSCLES, pbWaiol. eff. of denervation of from proteins (Cz)) (NUCLEIC ACIDS, metab. synthesis in denervated (CZ)) nucleic acid synthesis dissociation muoc., dissociation from proteins GUTMANN, A.;JAKOUBEK, B. Neural regulation of induced glycermic reaction. Cask. fysiol. 8 no-5:404-405 S 159 1. Pysiologic]W ustay GSAV, Praha. (HYPMLYGINIA, exper.) (RAFM CONDITIOMM) ASRATIYAIT, A. (Moskva); GUTMAIIN. Z.; XONORSKIY, Yu. Elconornky, J.] (Varshavti) - liechanisms of the motor activity of animals. Zhur. v-ys. nerv. deiat. 9 no.2:301 l4r-Ap '59. (MIRA 12:7) (MOVEMICIT, PSYCHOIOGT OF) GUTM M , B.;JAKOUBSK, B. Fxperimental metabolic reactions to muscle work. Cesk. fysiol. 9 no.1:13-14 Ja 60. 1. rysiologic "I ustav GSAV. Praha. (IMTION, blood) (BLOOD SUGLR) GUTMMN,E. Early changes in protein and nucletc acid metabolism in denervated muscles. Cesk.fysiol. 9 no.3:231-232 My 160. 1. Fysiologicky ustav CSAT. Praha. (MUSCLIS pbysiol) (NUCIMIC ACIDS metab) (PROTRINS metab) GUTI-1AM, L.; ZAK, R. 11 -- --- I Nervous regulation of nucleic acid level in cross-striated'muscle changes in denervated muscle. Physiol Bohemoslov 10 no.6:493-500 l6l. 1. Institute of Physiology, Czechoslovak Academ~ of Sciences, Prague. (MUSCLE-5 metab) (NUCLEIC ACIDS me- GUTi,UINN, ZAK, ii. Nervous regulation of nuc-.eic acid level in cross-striated muscle. J resynthesis of nucloic acids and proteins in normal and denervated muscle. Physiol Bohemoslov 10 no.6:501-509 161. 1. Institute of Physiology, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague. (NUCLEIG ACIDS metab) (WSCLES inetab) (PROTEII-IS metab) GUTNWIN, E.; VHBOVA, G. Significance of afferent signaling for reflex motor activity. Trudy 1-go MI 1DI17-128 161. (MIRA 15;5) 1. Fiziologicheskiy institut Chekhoslovatskoy Akademii nauk, Praga. (CONDITIONED RESPONSE) ~,~NN I E ~ Trophic functions of the nervous system. Vestnik CSAV 70 no.l: 74-75 '61. 1. Fyziologicky ustav, Ceskoslovonsk~ akademia ved. GUDWINJ E.; JAKOUBEK, B.; HAJEK, I.; 11OHLIGM, V.; SKALOUD, J. Effect of age on proteosynthesis in spinal motoneurons following nerve interruption as shown by histoautoradiography of S35 labelled mothionine. Physiol. Bohomoslov. ll no-5:437-442 162. 1. Institute of Physiology, Czechoslovak Academy of Science, Prag'ue. (NEURONS) (SPINAL CORD) (H,-,nao,,q1NE) (PROTEIN METABOLISM) (AGING) GUTMANN, E. (Praga) Trophic function of the 323-346 My-Je 162. (NERVOUS nervous system. Usp.sovr.biol. 53 no.3: (MIRA 15:9) SYSTEM) (TISSUE METABOLISM) NOVAK, Vladimir J.A., dr.; GUTMANN, Ernp t, doe. dr. - is-. The gliosecretion (gliosomata) and other Gomori positive structures in the central nervous system of the cockroach Periplaneta americana L. Cas entom 59 no-4:314-322 162. 1. Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Entomological Institute, Praha 2, Vinicna 7 (for Novak). 2. Physiological institute, Praha,6, Na cvicisli 2 (for Gutmann). allTMANN, E.,- DRAHOTA, Z. Neurotrophic relations in the neuromusculix apparatus in old age. Cas.lek. cesk. 101 no.36:1081-1086 7 S 162.: 1- Fyziologicky ustav CSAV, Prahap prednosta prof. dr Zd. Servit, L;Sc. (MYONEURAL JUNCTION) (AGING) (REGENERATION) CZECHOSLOVAKIA GUPMANN, E.; Institute of Physiology of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences (Fysiologicky ustav CSAV,) Prague. "The Physiology Curriculum as Viewed by the Research Physiologist." Prague, Ceskoslovenska Fysiolo~ie, Vol 12, No 4, July 1963; pp 292-293. Abstract: World problems in teaching physiology have been produced by the impact of biochemical and biophysical advances; in Czechoslovakia the problems are aggravated by the inadequate time for lab exercises and excessive stres of producing clinicians rapidly, neglecting research sciencists. Three faccors are singled out: 1. decrease stress on data memorization and clarify the basic principles first; 2. speed up the use of new techniques; 3. integrate mechodologic principles. 1/1 r% GUTMANN2 E.; JAKOUBEK, B. Effect of increased motor activity on regeneration of the peripheral nerve in young rats. Fhysiol. Bohemoslov. 12 no-5: 463-468 163. 1. Institute of Physiology, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague. (REGENERATION) (PERIPHERAL NERVES) (MOVEMENT) (SWIMMING) (PHYSIOLOGY) JAKOUBEK, B.; GUTWITH, E.; HAJEK, I.; SYROIrf, I. Changes in protein metabolism of peripheral nerve during functional activity. Physiol. Bohemoslov. 12 no.6~553-561 163. 1. Institute of Phvsioloi~rv, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague. (NERVE TISSUE FRUIEINS) k PERIPHERAL NERVES) (EIECTROPHYSIOLOGY) (SWIM1111G) (CHROMIUM ISOTOPES.) GUTMANN, &. Influence of activity and inacti-vity on the nouromuscular functions. Vestnik CSAV 72 no.1:95-96 16). IUJEK.,I.; GUTM4NN,E.; SYROTYJ. Proteolytic activity and denervated and reinnervated muscle. Fhysiol, Bohemoslov. 13 no.1t 32-38 t64- 1. Institute of Physiology, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague. GIITAUN, n. ; , ; . Metabolic differentl.-iLiort and ::,!L;rl-. - 13 no.!,:368-3',13 , fvsiol, I I .., 4 e. 1. Fysiologicky .istav Geskonlovenske akfide, fi, ~ ,-aha. SYROVY,T.; HAJEKJ.; GUM41T,E. Proteolytic activity of isolated protein fractions in normal and denervated nruscle. Physiol. Bohemoslov. 11+ no.ltl2-16 165 Degradation of proteins of M. latissimus d)rei anterior and posterior of the chicken. Ibid.tl7-22 1. Institute of Physiology, Czechoslovak Academy of ScienceB,, Prague. aCIF,-ct.~ng the Increased rataboilin, of -,heral rievrH. during motor activity. ?hyslol. BoLemos..01.1. no.4:312-316 165. ns r Czechoqlovaic Ac~ademy of Scericesi, At~.,,te oc Physiology L tl,apfi. SubmAtted Jamiary 9, 1965. L CZECHOSLOVAKIA SYROVY. I. . HAJEK, I:j GUTRANIN, E; Physiolof-jeal Institute, Cz echo s lovak-Ka-STe-ruy of Sclencd's---(4~~slologlcky Ustav CSAV), Prague. "Factors Influencin& Proteolytic Activity In Unnerved Prai,7ue, Ceslcoslovens~-.a Fysiologie,Vol 15, No 2. Feb 66, 1 Abstract: Froteolytic activity was determined by measuring amount of substrate decomposed by muscle extract from a noriiial and a denerved muscle. As substrate denatured hemoglobin, gly- cyl-L-phenylalanyl-D-nitroanalid, leucine-p-nitroanilid and glycine-p-nitroanilld were used. The increased proteolyt1c activity shown by a denerved muscle is not due to a change in concentration of activators or InhIbItcrs of proteolytic enzymes or to the release oil bound lysosomal enzymes or to structural changes of muscle proteins, but probably is due t( an Increase In synthesis of active proteolytic enzymes. 2 Western. ) Czech, 2 Russian references. Submitted at "16 Days of Physlology" at Kosice, 29 Sep 65. 1/1 CZECHOSLuVA,~-L~ E. , HANZLIKOVA, V; Physiological Insuitute, Czeclioslovae Academy of Sciences (Fysiologicky Ustav CSAV), PrGgue. "Motor Unit in Old Age." Prague. Ceskoslovenska Fysiologle,Vol 15, No 2, Feb 66, Abstract: Investigation of motoric reactions of rats is reviewed. The actual condition of the neuroniuscultir unit ic discussed. 1n aging, some regressive changes and decreased cholinesterase activity are observed. The limitations of the motor unit in old al-e are a result of terminal rel-ressions in the neuroniusetilitr connectinns. Release of acetylcholine and cholinesterase activity are 2 Western, 2 Czech references. Submitted al. "16 Days of Physiol- ogy" at Kosice, 29 Sep 65. 149 - so= rormuUs of Knke .4860: V ~Uhnsnn M. Quelques fOMW66 Stoldennes. Bul. Inst. Politehn. bucureoti 18 (1956), no. 3-4, 119-128. (Romanian. Russian and French summaries) By use of various vector identities, the. I&PnPrp i tbpnrpm of Stgkfa (relating line integrals to surface integrals and surface integrals to volume integrals) is expressed in different forms. Five formulas are derived for possible use in electromagnetic theory and fluid mechanics, Finally the variation of the circulation is considered. N. Coburn (Anti Arbor, Mich.) Sow Remarks on a Group of Transformations Que1ques remaques un [do bansformations i Un Paramitre Bur ilespa" Z' t Politehn. Bucure�ti 19 I Ins (1957), no. 3/4, (Romanian. Russian and French summaries) The group ouz,(O, A), defined above (,*6061), can be- transformed into d by YX"X+P(r:7x)e, where e is a constant vector. The space may be coniplex' It is shown how certain relations based on this equation jl/~' can be generalized to more general vector spaces, _R J. Struik (Cambridge, Mass.) ~-J FARGA31U, D.) BALLbAN, ~.%-, GUTMANN, Ort the areTuTion of chloride-l- 4n. Rov chzmie Roum 9 no.11-727--?41 N '61.. i s t itnte , Buchare.--.t, I Po n t r for ;--arr-is-' 1. Poly tacli ni 1r Gutmann) . 2. In3titute c'L' Atomic ~Iiys~co, Bnlat%an),. 'Jr.. ~ I q~ GUTKANN- W-- The problems of nourotrophy.Acta physiol. hung. Suppl. no-6:9-10 1954. 1. Phystologis6hes Inatitut der Tochechoslowakiwehan Akademis der WissenscWten., Prag. (MVBS. phystol. neurotropiv) GALLIOVA, J., Dr.; GbTWOVA, A., Dr. Regult5 of mass vaccination , inDt tubnrculosin in Prague In 1949 to 1950. 1. communication. Complications after 13CG vaccination. Cas.lelc.cesk. 91 no-5:129-138 1 Feb 52. 1. St. zdrav. ustav, Odbor pro m1krobiologtt a epidemiologit. Odd. pro vyzkum a diagnostiku tuberdulosy. (BCG VACCINATION, complicatione, in ftech. in mass vacc.) G!MiANCEIA I. AL_r'_Y5A1Mi9tTIGL J., GRdtB6,,ffSKA Z., GUTMANO-4o. I., K!:Kl,~, f3., Jo/".*,, J.1 T. '.NL PACHONS,,~ 'A J. Univ. in Cracow. 1.4plyw iperytil azotowefro na 1.isteoowanie gorazen Vi. 91,11zliczym zapaleniii opon mosFowo-rdzen~:owych 1ec7,oi-*!ch strer)11oY*,c.,na the influence of nitrogen mustard on the regression of Paralysis in cerebrmiirvil men~nritis treated with streptomycin Polsk. TyF. Lek. l9h9, )I/hL) (1151-11,~2) A decrease of paralysis in Tb spondylitis, obser%ed a few hours after the administration of nitroFen mustard, encouraged the authors to investif,.ate its influence ~n ot er para- lytic states especially in the -ourse or TB. There j,ression of paralysis in b children treated in Clinic for ihildren's Diseases in 'Rarsaw. This chem-41cal coyli.,)ound was also .found to ciire paralysis of the per'Joheral ner,.,es in meninf.-itis of some week's standinp, but it does not pre'.rent the develooment of paralysis. Nitrol-en m,7_,tarL1 was ii,-,cd in- travenously in doses of 0.01 g. ger kg. 1)ody weij-ht daily, rer)natdnj_- doeses every 24 hrurs from 2-~ times. The therapeutic results are perhaps due to the resorptive and anti-inflarbnator; action of the chemical, or to irritant action on "he nervoiis tissue. The latter h,vnothes-;s is confirmed by observations nil certain effects on paral sis of varin-us origin (peri,oheral neiiritis, radiculitis, cranial nerve, pals:~-x also in spastic contractures is rheumatiod carthritis) and bvsamt- evidence of relief in cases v~th the clinicals symptoms of optic nerved atm.)h (obuerved in the ootahlnotirical clinical of Jariel Univers;t.,.,). It may be thaL in the phenoitena described there is a chain ~e reactions, ne 1-ink ,-)f which Js the 9peciric action of the nervous system and throuf-,h it, dim-inlitinn of the clinical symptoms of 'InflanuRation. Aleksan lrovric4t - Gracow So: Neurolory --- Psychiatry Section 11111, Vol. 4, No. 1-6, GUTI,t"OXA, -P. TIPorous sponor plastic materials" p. 278 (Cheml , Vol. 6, No. 10, Get. 1953, Katawice) 'East European Vol. 3, No. 3 SO. Monthly List of j(WZ4( Accessionsi Library of Congress, March 19J, Uncl. I . . ; ;~~ 1 T M.; - -- I BEJ AN I . ; TIGUREA"Ill , "' , ;'X! ~ U, I IJ ,E ~ ; , ,!~ , ;~ i" ,:~ Study oV the pulverization lirilformity i,-. r-,,I~qLL,je Bul St s-i Telin Tim 9 n(-),1;57-64 Ja-.Te 16L, IIt"s vt L M~~~ I ----.. ..- __ A~ /17. USSR/ElecLronics - Self-anode modulation uf LransmitLers FD - io54 Card Pub 90-2/12 Author Z. 1. Model', S. V. Person (deceased), and B. M. GuLner Title Problem of the theory of self-anode modulation Periodical Radiotekhnika 9, 22-32, Jul/Aug 1954 AbstracL The article treats operating conditions of a high-power ampliVier in N. G. Kruglov's basic self-anode modulation circuit., sets forth procedure for calculating its modulation characteristics, and discusses the ques~lon of ite rhanging power consumption under modulation. The power Indexes of self-anode modulation are compared with those of Class B anode modulation. Three references: USSR, 1939, 1940, 1949. Graphs; tables. Institution Submit~ed 1 February 1951 "Automatic Tuning of the Terminal Stage Circuit of a High- Fre,uency I'Yn-icrophasotron Oscillator at 10 Billion Electron Volts," G. I!. Drabkin, L. M. Gurevich, B. 14. Gutner, and N. K. Kaminskiy, Radioteklinika i Elektronika. No 7, Jul 56, pp 965-973 A system is described for the automatic tuning of the terminal cir- cuit of a high-frequency synchrophasotron track to competisate for the varying frequency of the excitation voltage in the process of accelera- tion. The tunifig of the circuit is produced by magnetizing the ferrite core inductance. The control signal of the system was found to be proportional to the phase difference between the input and the output voltages of the terminal ezzscade. The notion was first introduced in 1952 by Prof I. n . Nevyazhskiy, and persons contributing to it at various times were K. N. Bulychev, 21. V. Trunova, Yu. M. Lebedev-Krasin, B. M. Murin, and A. I. Prokop'yev. Application of the system to a synchrophasotron was accomplished in the period 1955-1956, and persons affiliated at this staN-e were V. V. Yeklmov, A. I. Prokop'yev, Yu. F. Tsibullskiy, K. V. Chekhlov, and S. N. Yurav. S/194/61/000/009/049/053 D271/D302 AUTHOR: --.Gutner-, B.M. amd Fuzik, N.S. TITLE: Frequency distortions in phase modulation PFAIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal. Avtomatika i radioelektronika, no. 9, 1961, 2, abstract 9 K5 (Nauchno-tekhn. in- form. byul. Leningr. politekhn. in-t, 1960, no. 9, 16-25) TEXT: It is pointed out that the modulation index of phase modulation in the preliminary amplification stages does not exceed 20 - 300. This means that the frequency spectrum which must be passed by the oscillating circuit does not, in practice, differ from that of amplitude modulation, and the character of frequency distortion will be the same as in the emplification of the modula- ted oscillations. The position is different in the penultimate and final stages of a transmitter. Frequency distortions in these stages are investigated, in the case of phase modulation in under- Card 1/2 S/19 61/000/009/049/053 Frequency distortions... D271~302 saturated operation. M equivalent circuit of penultimate stages is formed, in which tubes are replaced by current generators. Mak- ing a nur..iber of assumptions (e.g. D = 0, etc) the author obtains analytical relations which make it possible to construct amplitude- frequency and phase-frequency characteristics of the apparent resi- stance, for various degrees of coupling between channels. It is shown that the law of amplitude and phase modulation of output vol- tages differs from the law of modulation of currents. Further on, frequency distortion is investigated in final ower stages. It is shown that they ive rise mainly to linear ~amplitude-frequency and phase-frequencyl distortions; furthermore, the character of these distortions differs substantially from those occurring in the amplification of modulated waves. Results of experimental checking of obtained data are given showing their good agreement with com- puted data. 2 references. fAbstracter'S note: Complete transla- tion2 Card 2/2 s/12o/62/000/004/003/047 E140/E420 AUTHORS: Rubchinskiy, S.M., Batskikh, G.I., Vasillyev, A.A. Vodoplyanov, F.A., Guiner_,___B.M Kuzlm in, A.A.,. KuzImin, V.P., Lebedev-Krasin, Yu.N., Uvarov, V.A. TITLE: The electronic system of the 7.Gev proton synchrotron PERIODICAL: Pribory i tekhnika eksperimenta, no.4, 1962, 20-26 TEXT: The article surveys the electronic system of the 7 Gev proton synchrotron, the individual parts of which are described in individUai articles in the same number of the journal. The electronic circuits control the continuous increase of the energy of the accelerated particle&. For the chamber aperture. used in the apparatus, the deviation of the momentum froM the equilibrium value cannot exceed + 5 x 1o-3. The ins'tantancous values of H must be held to withTin 10-3 at the start (f = 0.67 Mc/s) and ' 5 x 10-5 at the end of the acceleration cycle (f = 8.31 Mc/s)- The synchrotron frequency varies from 3600 to 130 c/s. To keep the oscillations of phase with passage through resonance less than the adiabatic damping of these oscillations, the harmonic frequency modulation of the accelerating potential by the synchrotron frequency should not exceed 0.5 c/s and the harmonic amplitude Card 1/3 S/120/62/000/004/003/o47 The electronic system of ... E140/E420 of the modulation at the same frequencies should be less than 2 x 1o-4 at the start and 5 x lo-3 at the end of the cycle, The spectral density of noise modulation should be of the order of 2 x 1o-3 cs2/cs. The precision of me%suring H at the instant of injection was prescribed as 3 x I- . These requirements are met by a programmed frequency control with correction for the radial and phaseogositions of the beam, calculated for beam intensities of 1 to 1012 particles. The beam measuring system consists of a precise discrete integrator and a meter for the initial level of the magnetic field intensity. Special equipment is required for the automatic measurement of the instantaneous values of frequency and field intensity, the measurement of micromodulation of the frequency and amplitude of the accelerating potential, variations of beam intensity over the acceleration cycle, the azimuthal distribution of particle density in the bunch,and the position of the beam in the vacuum chamber. An overall block diagram of the system is given and also summary descriptions of the systems for generating the accelerating fieldl the acceleration control and the measuring equipment. The Card 2/3 The electronic system of S/120/62/000/004/003/047 E140/E420 particles are accelerated at the seventh harmonic of their frequency of revolution - in the band from 0.67 to 8.31 Mc/s- The energy increase is 4.3 keV per revolution. The accelerating elements are 2.4 m drift tubes located in fl compensating electromagnets. The transit angle in each tube i.-3 about 25* and the ratio of accelerating potential to the potential across the tube is about 0.43. The system ensure*s a phase oscillation of the beam below 0.05 r and stabilizes the radial position to within , I mtzi. There is I figure. ASSOCIATION: Radiotekhnicheskiy institut GKAE (Radio Engineering Institute GKAE) SUBMITTED: April 23, 1962 Card 3/3 S/120/62/000/004/016/047 E192/E382 ,j)0(,cv-i'rasij-L, Yu.,M. Gutner, U.M. Pisarevskiy, V.Ye., AUT11OVZ: 1, o A.S., Barabash, L.Z. and T et-,tkin, Ku~~shav, V.S. I 1-ioiseyev, A.I. TITLE: The acceleratii-LL, clet-iients of tile proton synchrotron t1tc sy-tom of their high-frequency feed and P-17RIODICAL: Pribory i tel-;:hnika eksp-orimenta, no. 4, 1960., 94 - 97 TEXT: Tile description, principal characteristics and the results of tile control of the h.f. acceleratin-g system' of the 7 GeV proton cyclotron are reported. The acceleratin- elomeats, are in the fori.,) of drift tubes situated in 11 I'miglicts Each of the 11 electrodes is 'ed from a s e pa ra ta system of hi-h-frecluency amplifiers consisting of a 7-st~---e wideband amplifier and an autoniatically-tuned resonance output ai,a P I i -i or. The inciuctances of tile resonant circuit in the out-out Stages are in tile Aori,,i of coils fitted with ferrite cores. Th e amplitude of the high-frequency field of each acceleratin~~ electrode is 2.5 kV + 10% over the frequency of Card 1/2 s/l2o/62/OOO/Oo4/oi6/o47 Tile acceleratinr., elementS .... E3 92/ E3 8 2 0.65 - 8.7) Mels. The phase-shift between the output voltages 0. all of any two channals is less than 30 The over, power us od by tile supply systei;i is 1100 kVA. By using tuned amplifiers in tile outpl,lt stages the power consumption was re(luced by about 30 times, as compared with a non-tuned ampliXier. There .11-0 It figulles. SUBMITIM: March 29, 1962 Card 2/2 GUTNER Old age changes in the Purkinje cells of the cerebellar cortex in man Archiv Patologiyi, Moscow 1949, 11/6 (58-63) Tables 7 Illus. 4 Changes found in the Purkinje calls in old age have been previously described. The present study is concerned with senile changes in the dendrites and axons of the calls. Localized swellings and condensed areas of argyrophil fibres, some of which are large and superficially resemble nerve calls, are seen in some of the dendrites. Varicosities of the dendrites are more common than the above changes. Lentil-like swellings are seen along the course of the axons. These swellings aro more numerous in the inner part of the molecular layer than in the gran- ular layer of the cerebellum. The author concludes by giving a short description of ecto-pic Purkinje cells seen in his material. Cromo - (World Medical Abstracts) (V, 8) So: Neurology A Psychiatry Section VIII Vol. 3 No. 7-12 PA 2/50T86 OUTNER, 1. um/adicine - 1kiwin SOP 49 Serve Cells "Nerve Cells in the Human Brain which contain Melanin," L 1. Gutner, A. M. Levikova, 3 PP "Dok Ak Rauk SSSIR'l Vol LxVIII, No 1 Used tens of embryos (3-10 months) and tens of brain$ from both children and adults for the study. Shoved that process of melanin accunula- tion begins in its first phase (prepigmentation).. in the prenatal period, and Is completed in its second phase (pigmentation) in the first months and years (not later than 2 years) of life. Subui-tted I?y Uad L. A. Orbell 4 Jul kg. M* . - - - .e/5M6 C, U T ~, ~- f-% r. L- GUTMER, I.I.; NIOSOVA, G.D. Specific granulation in the nerve cells of tha human brain.Doklady Akad.nauk SSSR 77 no-1:105-107 I Mar 51. (CL14L 20:6) 1. Presented by Academician K.I.Skryabin 2 Jan-ary 1951. GUTNEP, I.I. .USSR/Biology - Histology Jul 5,2 fichange's Due to Age and Occurring In a Special Fuch- ainophilic Granularity of the Nerve Cells of the Human Brain," I. I. Gutner, G. D. Nosova, Yaroslavl' State Med Inst 'Tok Ak Nauk BAR" Vol IJXM, No 1, PP 195-197 Found that the granularity in question is absent in young children, slowly increases (reaching a max at the age of 18-30 yrs), and begins to drop off at an age of about 50 yrs. Presented by Academician K. I. Skryabin 6 May 52. 9ATI GTJTNXR. I.I. Bet-*Is spindle calls of the cerebral cortex in man. Zhur.nevr.i poikh. 54 no.4:349-350 AP '54. (MMA 7:5) 1. Kafedra gistologil Yaroslavskogo maditainakogo instituta. (COLEBRAL CORTXX, an touW and histology, *spindle calls (CELLS$ *spindle cells in cerebral cortex) USSR/ Biolou Lmbryolot,-f COXd 1/1 t Pub. 22 - 45A6 Authors Outner, 1. 1. and Faynberg, V. B. Title t Evolution in the structure of the yolk pocket in 3 10 weeks old human embryos Periodical t Dok. AN 353R 97/4, 745-748, Aug 1j 1954 Abstract I Medical report on the evolution of the yolk pocket structure in 3 10 weeks old human embryos. Twelve references: 4-German; 2-USA; 4-US3R; 1-French and 1-Itallan (1896-1950). Illustrations. Institution : State Medical Institute, Yaroslav Presented by : Academician K. I. Skryabin, May 3, 1954 A, USSR/MoxThologj of Man wand Animals - Embryology and Developmental Anomalies. 3-5 Abs jour: Referat Zh.-Biol., '-Ro 1, 10 Jammry, 1958p 2919. Ixthor Gutner TZ, Fainberg V.B. Inst, Title Evolutional Development of the Yolk Sac from the 10 Week ftbryo to the End of Uterine Life. Orig Pub: Dokl. AN SM, 1955, 103, HO 5, 933-936. Abstract: Tmmrd 10 weeks of gestation the internal endoderm&I yolk sac e:pithellum is destroyed and is sloug 'hed off. Detritus which includes epithelium and disintegrating phagocytes is found in the yolk sac cavity. rArge numbers of phagocytes are forund in mesenchym bordering the cavity. The*mesenchyma becomes loose toward the periphery and contains unattached cellu- larx elements. On the periphery of the yolk sac, the meienchyma becomes denser and Is vascular. After 12-13 weeks the vessels card 1/2 -7- USSR/14orphology of Man and Animals. Embryology and Developmental Anomalies. S-5 Abs Jour: Refe-rat Zh.-Biol., 110 1, 10 January, 1958, 2919. located ev the periphery undergo degeneration. Mesenchymal mitoses &Lsawear after 14-15 weeks. After six months, the yolk sac waU consists of cicatricial tissue with tonofibrils In it. Card 2/2 -8- GUTNXR. I.1.; SHUBINA, Ye.A. Iffectiveaess of therapeutic measures in nurseries for children ill with chronic dysentery. Vop.okh.mat. i det. 1 no.4:79-81 ii-A,g 156. (KLI;% 9 -.9) 1, Iz yasley No.85 Petrogradekogo rayoaa Uningrada dlia bollnykh khronicheskoy dizentariyey (glavnyy vrach Te.A.Sbubina) (DYSENTERY) AUTHOR. Gutner, 1. 1., 2o-6-38/47 TITLE: On the Esuphageal Innt;:rvation of Man in the Embryonic Period (K innervatsii pishchevoda u cheloveka v embrionallnom periode) PERIODICAL: Dokludy Ali' SSSR, 1957, Vol. 117, Ur 6, pp. 1057-1059 (USSR) ABSTRACTz In contrast to the -ood elucidation of this innervation in adults 0 there exist only a fevi ,)apers concerning the subject mentioned ill the title. The author impregnated the esophagi of 2o human fetuses (5-8 lunar montlis old) according to Kakhal, - Favorskiy. In 5 0 ulonths old embryos very sperse nerve elements with 4-8 processes were found in the ganglions of the Auerbach plexus. The processes were 2-6 times longer than the diazaeter o~. qells. The dendrites of these elements ramified on the way and fo died si:iall dilitations of a netlike structure in the place of ramifioation (figure 1 a). In 6 months old eiabryos wore nerve cells had processes whose number amounted to lo and more per cell. Dendrite ramifications occurred iaore often (figure 1 b). in 8 months old e:abrios the number of cells of this plexus provided with large -,)roce!;ses seemed to be still hi-her. Neurons with 15-2o and, more dendrites were to be found in many ganglions. Almost all of them were to a different degree raLlified and had dilitations of a netlike structure (figure Card 1/3 1 V). To judge from the figures of earlier authors (reference 3-6) On the Esophageal Innc~-rvation of Man in the Embryonic Period. 20-6-38/47 no differences of manj of these nerve cella of the intk-rui-.,scular plexus a-ainst the nearona ina fully differentiated state were to be dtormined. At the 3ametime the vast majoritj of the elementE of this plexus seeLied completelj to lack the processes. Besides these elements were much suialler than the mentioned process-bea- ring cells. It is not out of the question that the processes due to I? their s::,all thickness cannot be impregnated with silver and there- fore re:..,aia invisible. Extremely fine fibrils which ended in tinv and firle rin-letswere noticed in the ganglions of the Auerbach ploxuj. It 13 to be assumed that they are sjnaptic formations. It was, ho,;.,ever, not possible tu find out aith which structures they cam-~ into thouch. In the sawe e4ibrjos nerve terminations could be o,~served in the epithelia-,.i (figure 2). Fi-,ure 3 shovs a nerve fiber together with its collaterals cozipletely lay in the region of the su)Eausco8a. Motor terminations viere from time to time no- ticed in the transversely striated musculature of the 8 months old e..iuryos (figare At). Thus all these facts justify the assumpt- io~.'. that in the last third of the eutbryonic period enough condi- tions exist for the reflexive activity of the esopha6us, directed tow---rd sustainin~3 the life outside the mother's body of a child Card 2/3 L)--iln several munths too early. On the Esophage-il Innervation of Man in the Embryonic Period. 20.6 There are 4 fi.-Yures, and 8 references, 7 of which are Slavic. -a 9 MMIC" JngUtm%6..- (Yaroslavikiy meditsinskiy in3titUt). ASSOCIATION: Umqlavl PRESENTED: Au.-ust 15, 1957, by L. A. Orbeli, Academician SUB.MITTiZ: June 8, 1957 AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 3/3 GUTIM, I.I., doktor med.nauk On innervation of the trachea In human fetusea. Vop.otorin. 21 no.6:86-88 N-D '59. (MIRA 13: 5) 1. 1% kafedry gistologil (zaveduyushchi3r - prof. I.1. Gutner) Taros- lavskogo meditsinskogo inotituta. (TRACHRAV innervation) (FETUS) .I 170) SOV120-124-2-53/7, AUTHORS: Gutner, I. I., Zubryakov, S. V., Solov'yeva, Ye. 11. TITLE: On 3tomach and Intestine Innervation in Human Embryos (K innervatsii zheludka i kishechnika u cheloveka v embrionallnom periode) PERIODICAL: Doklady Akademii nauk SSSR, 1959, Vol 124, Nr 2, PP 426-431 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The plexus myentericus was described already at the beginning of the sixties of last century and since then has been con- tinuously investigated. However, the structure of the nerve cells mentioned in the title has been investigated only in the last decades. A survey of publications is then given (Refs 1-8). Data on the nerve cells of the plexus myentericus, especially concerning the length of the appendages are very contradictory. The authors investigated the structure of the nerve cells of the plexus myentericus in 25 embryos and fetuses (length: 7-41 cm, age: 2.5-8 months) in the stomach (body and pylorus), duodenum, in the caudal section of the small intestine and in the rectum. The appendages of the nerve cells were found in Card 1/3 e.,,ibryos and fetuses of different age (Figs 1-ij). In any case a On Stomach and Intestine Innervation in Human Embryos SCV/2C-124-2-53/71 great number of neurons with 5-6 appendages which are longer than the cellular bodies, can be found in all intestinal sec- tion3 at an age of about 5 months (length: 24-26 cm); more- over, they have a very long axon. The shape of the cells be- comes slightly or considerably more complicated some months later. The main part of the elements of the plexus myentericus remained without appendages on cuts. Since the silvering methods applied are not reliable it is uncertain whether the observa- tions made fully correspond to reality. Therefore, the authors use very carefully the denotations undifferentiated or neuro- blasts of the cells which are "apolar" according to their ex- terior. For the same reason the data of appearance of the elements with appendages of the various sections of the stomach and intestine can hardly be ranged as such. In any case it was proved by the investigations mentioned that beginning with the 5th or 6th month of the embryo's life complex nerve cells can be found in Auerbach's plexus of the stomach and intestine. They have dendrites as well as neurites and tire thuu able to enter these or those reflex arches. Complex receptors were found in embryos 12, or 22-45 cm lonC. i.e. in the individual Card 2/3 parts of the intestine (Refs 8,9). Also the authors found com- On Stomach and Intestine Innervation in Human Embryos SOV/20-124-2-53/71 plex nerve endings in fetuses of an age of 5-7 months (Fig 4)- The above data make it possible to form an idea of the nerve substratum which permits intestinal and ga8tric activity of the fetuses beginning with the 6th month. It is generally known that such premature bixths can be bred with the necessary care. There are 4 figures and 11 references, 9 of which are Soviet. ASSOCIATION: Yaroslavskiy meditsinskiy institut (Yaroslavl' Medical Insti- tute) PRESENTED: September 18, 1958t by N. N. knichkov, Academician SUBMITTED: September 16, 1958 Card 3/3 GUTNER, I.I. Structure of the wall of the terminal ventricle of the spinal cord in man. irkh.anat.gist.i embr. 38 no.4:94-96 Ap '60. (MIRA 14:5) 1. Kafedra gistologii (zav. - prof. I.I.Gutner) Yaroslavokogo ~edits~mskogo instituta. Adres a~wtora: Yaroslavl', Revolyutsionnaya u1., 5, Meditsinskiy institut. (SPINAL CORD) GU-TXER,-I-I---(T.eniijgrad, 51, Beloostrovs~aya, 39, korp-4, kv-48); LEVIN, N.A. (Yaroslavl', u1. Tolbukhina, 37/17, kv-31) Phenomena of "fenestration" and "balls" in the neurons of sensory ganglia. Arkh.anat.,gist.i embr. 44 no.lt93-100 Ja 163. (MIRA 1635) 1. Kafedra patologicheskoy anatomii (zav. - prof. V.G. Chudakov) Leningradskogo pediatricheskogo meditsinskogo instituta i kafedra normaltnoy anatomii (zav. - prof. A.N. Alayev) Yaroslavskogo meditsinskogo instituta. (NERVES-MIATGfY) GUTNER, M. D. Childbirth and skull injuries of the newborn Leningrad, VGcinnG-morskai med. aka-demii, 1945. 145 p. Pi. ~f, 1), S'Furfi T~~. tv*T'lcfl d.vily wl,t~,tionl for 51 Jk~~, nl-r. Uf Ut t c r a n,3 prcircat~td at us, injcctina i Ivoth harnmrsvi rc~..e tjjj~ Whole thn diml it wm wr;~l (',I wii,mviki pli4i~wi;, b-ought about by a ref,.tivo chariga ia trin co;u-p, mul wn 1)), ld~;. lov I cither -6no ~ffrnin)O. (UcKllt w) 1V ri KOSTYGOV, ~gorl Hikiforovioh; SHIMN, Shilin Shimiylovich; BOGUSIAVSKIT, B,L*,' prof., reteenzent; ,G.UTMM, N*G., inzh., red.; CHM, N.A., red.,izd-va; SOKOUNA. L.T., tekhn. rede [Automatic sitralght turning lathes] Avtomty prodollnogo'tochenita. Kbskwa. Gba. nwaahno-tekhn. lzd-vo mashinostrolt. lit-ry, 1958. 239 pe' (MIRA 11:10) (Lathes) "Ifti-m P1 KITROFANOV, S.P., kand.tekhn.nauk, laureat Leninskoy premii, red.; AZAROV, A.S., kand.tekhn.nauk, red.;,GUTM.-l[-Q., inzh., red.; KAMM, F.V.. kand.tekhn.nauk, red.; MAY, A.K., kand.tekhP. nauk, red.; RRZHIKOV, R.A.. inzh., red.; SHALGIN, G.R., kand. ekon.nauk, red.; SIKONOTSKIY. N.Z., red.izd-va; SPERANSKAYA, O.V., (Group techniques in the manufacture of machinery and Instruments] Grappovais takhnologiis v mashinostroenii i priborostroanii. Koskys. Gos.nauchno-tekhn.izd-vo, 1960. 378 p. (MIRA 13:9) Nachinery industry) (Instrument manufacture) TABAEOV, P.M.; zZALLRIJKlY, Ye.l., inzh., retsenzent~ CITNER, irzh., red, (Jig baring] Koord inn tne-rastoch-Ve rabot7o Mosk-va, Mashinost:Menie. 1965. 238 p. (MIPIA 18-.12) ZAZIRSKIY, Yavgeniy Ivenovich; OUTUR, Naum Grigorlyevich; KaOPIVIIITSKIY, N.H., inzh., retsenzent; red.; LEYKINA, T.L.. red.izd-va; SHCHETININA, L.V., (Boring-machina operator] Tokarl-rastochnik. Moskva, Goo.nauchno- tokhn.izd-vo mashinostroit.lit-ry, 1960. 414 p. (MIRA 13:9) (Drilling and boring machinery) (Metal cutting) MITROFANOV, Sergey Petrovich; GUTNER, Naum qKjg2r~ yech; KUCHER, I.M., kand. tekhn. nauk, retsenzent; ANSEROV, M.A., kand. tekhn. nauk, red.; CHFAS, M.A., red. izd-va; KUMPIMAj G.N., red. izd-va; SHCHETININAP L.V., tekhn. red. (turret lathes and their efficient use]Revollvernye stanki i ikh ritsionallnoe lspollzovanie. Moskva, Mashg1z, 1962. 349 p. (MIRA 16:3) (Lathes) (Turning) MITROFANOV, S.P., doktor takhn. nauk, prof.; GUTNEII,.,N.G., inzh. ... -- - red. (Scientific fundamentals of technological preparation of group production] NauchrVe asnovy tekhnologichaskol podgotovki gruppovogo proizvodstva. Moskva, Mashino- stroenie, 1965. 394 p. (MIRA 19t1) GUTNER, YA. 1. PA 6,1,.//.c,)1'76 WO/Od IdUw - ftUldlve Am/kay/jun 49 Medicine - Stmatology "Purther Observ tions on the Use of Sulfidine In Stomatologleal Practice.," rrof I. X. Starovinskiy, Chief, Chair of YAxiUsry Surg, Docent Ya. 1. Gutner, Chair of Maxillary Surg, Second Moscow Mel Idat imni I. V. Stalin,. 5 1/3 Pp 'Stmatollv No 2 Reccomends sulfidine ln the form of- sulfanalgesine for bypereethesia of Us dentine and for Insertion in treating acute peri~Aontitis, albucid solutions or norsulfasol sodium in treating infected canals, and sulfocalcium pastes in pronounced carieB, rilliwp Fdoitie, etc. . L .------64/4cM6 STMBINSKIT, I.M.; GUTM. Ta.l. Sulfonazddev in stonatologic practice. Uchen. xapiski vtor. mookov. led. Inst. Stalin& Vol 2:134-141 1951. (CIRL 21:4) 1. Professor for StarobinWdy and Docent for Gutner. 2. Department of Maxillary Surgery (Read--Prof. I.M. Starobinak7). GUTNM, Ya. I. 1~ ~- -z~z~*,,.O::I~-,Al~~-wz-~;~l.;-~!,t-~,~~ Modification of incisions in maxillary sirrus operations. Vest.oto-rin. 15 no.5:46-48 S-0 '53. (MLRA 6:11) 1. Stomatologicheskaya klinika II Moskovskogo meditsinskogo instituta im. I.V.Stalina. (Mose, Accessory sinuses of--Surgery) (RJTIF-,'R, Ya.I., dotsent Review of "Soviet medical abstracts. No.6: Stomatolog7. Reviewed by Gatner. Stomatologiia no.,3:56 My-jo '55. (STOMATOLOGY) - (?4LRA 8:9) GUTN'MR, Ta.I., dotsent. Tsr.minolog7 in the classification of certain forms of pulpitin Stomatologiia no.4:17-18 Jl-Ag '55. (MLRA 8:10) (DENTAL PULPS, diseases pulpitis, terminol. & classif.) GUTNER, Ya.I.,dotsent (mosicva) Alveolar pyorrhoea amphodontosts. 7911d i akush,no.12:10-14 D 155. (14IMA 913) (GUMS--DISEASES) GUTM, -fa.I.,dotsent "Physical examination and therapy methods in stomatology" by L.R. Rubin. Reviewed by IA. I. Gutner. Stomatologila 35 no.5:58-61 S-0 156 (NLRA io:4) (STOMATOLDGY) (PHYSICAL THW4PY) (RUBIN, L.R.) GUTNER, Ya.I., dotsent (Moskva) - - , Development of the problem of the treatment of ~jsriodontitis (pericementItis) In Soviet stomatology in the past 10 years. Stomatologiia 36 no.1:3-8 Ja-F '57. (MIRA 11:1) (T.&STH-DISBASICS)