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MDZRZYMAS, J. The solution of the Feynman--Gell-Mann equation in the spinar space. The finite dimensional representations of the Lorentz group. Bul Ae Pol mat 11 no.5009-315 '63. 1. Institute of Physics, Wroclaw Branch, Polish Academy of Sciences. Presented by L. Infeld. MOUZYMAS, Jan Theory of spinors of ths-, ?n-,up ~ X V% ph)-Bical intkr.. pnitation of the group3 ~ and el. Acta physica Pol 21' no.6;819-8a Je 164. 1. Institute of Phys~csp Pol:,ih AcadpTV of ScAencesp Wroclaw. 77 JANKIEWICZ, C., ICZILZYMA~_,_~. Potentials of baryon charge and hypercharge. Bul Ac Pol mat 12 no. 5t231-286 164. 1. Institute of Theoretical Physics, University, Wroclaw, and Institute of Physics, Polish Acdemy of Sciences, Wroclaw Branch. Presented by L.Infeld. :7,4A:~A3, Xaria, --:~Stituw of physiolo-y, :-ed-~cai tich=! 'Crvostudomany E7yeten Horciettani jr.tezete), Pecs. 112he Effect of ii~i?oxic ~-"--,oxia an~i ~e-mLaraturc on Eody :errperatui and Oxyzen Consunutl'on in thlo Course of Pyrogen-Induceo, Fever's -c-enriarum Vol -,G. :;o 2, 7udaoest' r--icle in A-- a.-:biunt tomperaturf balow t"-Le the ut m..L zor.,~ of Lh(j nOrMai rat, Lne reZ3pon5o to hvpoxia (breat-hino 12-,~" Qxy~e'-') W-5 the La:~~a in tho animial as in tna -a,,treaLad ari!-.,I*, 0X` c0n!:LL,-.rjt-4on fell and decio 'zociy tom-juraT.ure dec' ined. At an amb-'ant tempera corresponding, to t~.o fu:%;r~*. rature of Lha WIT"Ica--~ji ho~luver' Jxyl'~n comaunptic'n 'Ircr(]r.(:;fjd rj'r'(; Wdy terapji-atLra in pyrogua-inducad fovor, whuroas LoLh oxyCci con- -5wmption and z-oJy --,j~-;paraturo Increa.5ed in tho untreated anLnal. The bearirn' at4 of these resu].t5 3:-. --na rel ~anship of thenrorea-ulatory responsus and of the discussed. 0 response -o -YPOX4~ References, of which 4 by Fungariar, authoi of thesu In riiLli~arlarl -,OUrnal). (manuscript received 15 Oct 65). MOZSAR, An&.ras - (Szolnek) - - I Szolnok youth& t, in Gyor. 14unkz 12 no.12:27 D 162. It I@ SmaUzervezeti PIMIll Tanacs Sagvari bidre Muvelodesi Haza 7- honimmereti korenek es ft-erdezz - feleUe azakkorenek vezetoje. MMAR,,, Kalman Exchange of experience. Repules 16 no.8:5,8 Ag 163. MCESDENYI, Jczsef Sports movement of factcir7 workers. Ifunka 13 no,lOz32-33 0 163. .i,. Szakazermze+Ak Vemprom Yag7el Tanaceanak spartfelelose. 0., --f tha Listitutu of (;:~-Iatta.iL L-i'-cizat) of the :;,3'--recun ~Ddical U:~.vers---Y. 11-~t-adly of Dar.3--vational in S--m-3athetLc -LI-n-D3st, A i 431 :1"0 1, 1,13; pp 9j-i!Q. :t7-~-ct fAuthors' Eunn-arian s=:::ary, zoeffiedl: Authors t'-e L I nc-e of san:;itivity of the g,-l. cerv. sun. o--:' the cat, il-v comparino it with the intact ganglion on side, with sarticular attention to the changes 3--1 the sensitiviLy o' t4-le two acetylcholine-receptor -systems, as well as the hypersenEitivity had developed in ' Uhe decentraliz )d nictitati ng membrane. U persensitivity the Chief rD", uda titat in the de-,reIoD:-,.,ant of hT conc. -~ is PL.ay'~ia oy the nu.7erical increase of the frea acetylcholine rucaptors a r6zUt of the of ~Ll- -iid, 1. -,sitivity of individual racDp-Lor,-:. ualLychan-ed sci ~.V Cr S r. FEM, 0.; LABOS, E.; MOZSIK, Gy-.; SZABO, T. Effect of d-tabocurarine, nicotine and individual tropene compounds on the ganglionic transfer of excitation. Acts, Physiol. Acad. Sci. Hung. 20 no.2:177-186 161. 1. PWsiologischas Institut der Medisinischen Universitat, Debrecen. (CURARE pharmscol) (NICOTINE pharmaLcol.) (ATROPINE rel cpda) (GANGLIA AUTONOMIC pharmacol) HU11 i GARY JAVCR, Tibor, GYRORFFY, Arpad, MOZSIK, GYula, DOBI, Sandor, NAGY, Worgy; Medical University of Debrecen -XW='Clinic (Debreceni Orvostudo- manyi Fgyetem, II. Belklinika). flThe Clinical Pharmacology of Parazympatholytic Compounds" Budapest, A Magyar Tudo,~~os Akada~da V. Orvosi Tudo, Osztalyanak Kozlemenyei, Vol XVI, No 2-3, 1965, pages 23-9-226 Abstract: CAuthors, Hungarian summary,7 Clinico-pharmacological studies were carried out on parasympatholytic compounds. The follm-ring methods were used: measurement of secretion in the isolated parotid; biological titration of the compound excreted in the urine, bile and saliva; biological titration of the serum activity; quantitative determination of gastric secretion; measurement of gastric evacuation; study of gastric and duodenal motion. The above methods led to the successful qualitative and quantitative analysis of t:ie compounds, determi tion of the parasympatholytic off ect in man, determination of the effective dose of the compound, the mode of administra- tion, the oral and parenteral rates. Data were obtained concerning the gastro- intestinal resorption., excretion, eventual enterohopatic recirculation of the drug. Compounds referred to as N 399, N 685, N 640 as well as Priamid and Atropin were used for the study. The method is considered to be suited for the comparative stuclly of parasMatholytic compounds. 3 Hungarian, 5 Westeni references. j6uscript received 22 Jaa 65.1 1/1 Ace. miti AMM3356,:' HU/0018/65/017/002/6213/0218 SOURCE COI)w~ AUTHOIii.-: iii- _qj**-4bzhik D.; Javor Tibor-Tavorj T. 4**~ Debrecen (Debreceni OrvostudomaWV ORG: JI.,_ *Aical Clinic, Medical University.of 11dird" -bit - the --secrot6wtor activity of the parotid TITIZ: - la- ~ne,w 6 opharmacologibal iest as -218 Iiiserlet Orvostudowny, v., 17,,: no.,, 2 19 5, 213 TQFid:_VACZ- `!-.4xberiment 4nirwl, . biochemistry gland -endocrinology, biologic secratim i '-dr-0-g2'" effecti':-gas-tro-enter 1, 0 ogy- A,x 014~- tive thod has been Ke ABSTRAdr-r-.- 4t im. Ua- pal I Pod' ~h ),ch glandular 0 YaMIPPR 'Mite 0'I a,- Introduced- IntAl Aeare on., IA xrot" glands. tenCat" W, 'W'' '8"M or* a- he ir, - 64ftwstraticn- of pol. .. as U to-: re oz- Stimulation a itric acid) and the Saki ~,IAAMIU166. A0 ~`A r a -,:0 -.Ps ~ft g" bito W90" U -1. td~ 7 iiiiitiiii, NO iwu is)!- Id'irii'li HAnatl the drugs ~PM o 1-wa -a~o._dveerw4 w*, on of L th tbe--4&Iw' -M, "determILned-b AcIii-titration method rou 7 means 9 .:&: g I secretIon-16f t1w Parotid as At ~aoisiil renaic'-ind.- _hiii4i! stimula aw-wo a.' M,:IM$I tio& deemwe W'r~ts du of the a .034 $,-the. ntbn - le, a pro 404 W-ith %of thwAinintim JI'A"XR) 9'.,, GYORFFY, A.; M07,;IK, Gy.; D0511, S.; NMIY, ",y~ Clinical pharmeology of some parasympath'cD'y-,-'- .- -,-~ I- med. acad. sci. Hung. 21 ~ ~r, 1. Second DepartMOTA Of Medicine ( 'PI-Eirtcr: . '*,~-;. , , I'n-'.versity I-Aledir-al School, Debrecen. ~"Ibrjlitle ! -I:I'..I:-y , ~ , RUNGARY ;MOZSU".y3jL4, JAVOR, Tibor, DOBI, Sandor, PETRASSY, Klara, SZABO, Andras; 10JIcal U le Ical UniverisIty of Debrecon, Ii. Medical Clinic (Debreceni Orvos- tudomanyl Egyetem, II. sz. Belklinika). "The Development of Denervational Hypersensitivity In Patients Treated With Atropine." Budapest, Kiserletes Orvostudomany, Val XVIII, No 4, Aug 66, pages 353-358. Abstract: [Authors' Hungarian surm.~aryj The parotid secretion of pationts under prolonged treatment with atropine was studied before the treatment. during 2-4 weeks of treatment and 3-5 days after ills cessation. The. basal secretion and the extent of reflex responses to citric acid solutions and to humoral stimulation (acetylcholine, noradrenalin, histamine) were de- termined. It was found that the inhibitory effect of atropine on the parotid secretion is decreased during prolonged atropine treatment; this is not caused by a decrease in the amount of atropine in these patients. During 2-4 weeks of treatment, basal secretion and response to submaxillar stimula- tions were greatly increased while the response to supermaxillar stimulation remained largely unchanged. Response to noradrenalin increased greatly, to acetylcholine to a lesser extent. 3-5 days after cessation of the atropine treatment, basal secretion and response to noradrenalin returned to their original level while the response to acetylcholine decreased to a lesser extent. The conclusion was reached that a "pharmacological denervational hqersensitivity" develops during the 2-4 weeks of atropine treatment. 11/I "I MOZSOLICS, Jazaafne The opinion of Hungarian workers is always taken into consideration. Mmka 13 no.6:10-11 Je 163. 1. 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Sam "o In U14 4--v w al A I a ft a a a I St a I xI:,..- ED IS 0 OR a 91 It a 14 ar a 411 PRO It I a 0, 010 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 e 0 0 .0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 SO 0 0 0 14W 0 0 0, 0 10 0 0-00004000000*00000000 00004000000,000OLi Ell 40 a *OR so 8 v 0: 008 - --- -==,= izm~tz-~r*wx-n-- i'W'w -0W'0 0 e o 0. 0 * s, ~., I.: - . -'- .1 . ~z A-L-1 lk-ut-I-AA(C-4 Wag. TAVSjAj JFj-Wj# 14. tkms of V"Ius lyp" of ra, 'll"'tcut S. r 1 ~L A Des *000 0*664*00016, a It D 1.u a I@ a 41 a a a a i a a- -r- MCI -00 UP -00 glama miod Uk, ilmas EST see zo* as* see wee fee 40 Q see see wee too* JL b L Mg I ALLUGGICAL UtIIIAIWE CL&SUPK&f 100 too moo amid" Z. Ckv oaf W-1- y --%- ; v *1 , 'r , ; a ata A wow Ito to do L % a ad a a 0 1 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 ME MOZ301m, S. --- ..~ ""~ I Lecture on the 5th Hungarian Pharmacopoia, Jan-25. 1951. Gyogyszersoz 6 no.6:131-132 I June 1951. (CIIS 20:9) 1. Doctor. XOZSONYI, S.:XD(EDY, I. The preparation of calcium phosphate. Oyogyasoreez 6 no. 10:237- 238 Oct 1951. (CIKL 23:5) MOZSONYI. S. Rose hip tea. Gyogyozereez 8 no. 1:17 Jan 1953. (CIAL 23:5) 1, Doctor, roughmUdW MmUlial JIM. phyl, ;No. 4, pp~ 26i-'M,.~ -Macdwlald tj.. ~Q',tm.46,, Aug. 1954, Vol. 22., Na. f~. ~,Owa f4t Jor A 1 . f6tc cApacitance. i-j prop-irtitynal to C wh-re, V i-the Voltage acrWA Ibc 0 pa i" An a La-a constAnt. A circuit is 4nalysqi lit wbirh 4 pxh 4,apacilcw is C"Dectcd in ~.f. with a ImAru lnductapct: aad a -vp lage so roe, n4:4 comparispn is U n u r r i ul aw . j w -y g ",. g *rd In'llcakd *0 958 of .1955 MOZURA4~44, -A. Cancer control in miral areae. 5valk. Apeaug. nc.4.4~ 164. 1. Padovinio feleeriu-akuseriu pl-mk-to vede'a. MOZYRSKIY I B inxh.; LISTOPAD, A.F., inzh. Transfer line for the manufacture of a body and bottcn of an electric socket. Khim.mashinostr. no-4:42-43 JI-Ag 163. (MIRA 16-9) (Electric apparatus and appliances) Alrz-lyll~--~d,,, /,r KOZYRSicr~. Ye. -,- r---- Using brigade work method In taxicab fleets. Art. transp. 35 no.12: 26 1) 157. (MIRA 11:1) 1. Zametitell upravlyELyushchago Yushno-Kazakhetanskim avtotrestom. (Taxicab~-Kelutenance and repair) NDZZMrj=V, T,G. I Turacilin In veterinary practice. Toterluarlia 32 &e.12:65 D 155. (MMA 9: 4) I.Glavw veterinarmyy vrach Yarkovskege rayona, Tymmenskey oblasti. (FURALUUME-THERAMMIC UM) (T MARY KKMIIM) KOCHMOIN, P.G. (Kursk); TMMOLAM, A.D., (TJI'yanovsk); FASTY'SOVICH, R.L. (Leningrad); MOZZEIRLIN, A.I.; IAVROV, V.A.: ZIMINA, A. Discussion of new geograph7 Frograms. Geog.v shkole 23 no.l: 63-74 -Ta-F l6o. (MIRA 13:5) 1. 176-ya shkola rabache7 molodezhi Makvy (for Mozzhelin). 2. 7-ya shkola rabochey molodezhi Kalinina (for Lavrov). (Geography--Stud7 and teaching) MOZZHF.LIN, V.I., inzhener. Improved choker rings. Izobr. v SSSR ~ no-3:17 Mr '57. (MMA 10:3) (Irambering-Machiner7) (wire rope) -WZZHENED. A. N. __., Seismic legging sonde. Uzved. i prom.geofiz. no.13:40-42 155. (SeismolegO (Oil vall logging) (KLRA 9:7) KOZWSHO A I W17, Construction of a 52-chmsel solmic station from two SS-26-51 26-chammel stations. Ravved. I prom.gWis. ao.14..20-29 '55. (Prospecting-Geophysical aethods) (VT-VA 9:1) KOUEINUO, A.I. flectroxic instrument for visual verification of damping of solonegraphs. Razwed. I prom. ge*fis. ao.14*29-31 '55. (Soisumeters) (nn 9: 1) MOZZHKNKO;,,,,A,11."-- ` Checking the polarity of selmographs. Razved.i prom.goofiz. no.17:5-12 '57. (MI" 10:12) (Seismometers) 14OZZHOKO, A. N. Instrument fnr seismic logging. Razved.i prom.geofiz. no.29: 52-55 '59. 0GRA 13:1) (Oil well logging) FEDYNSKIY, V.V., doktor fiziko-matem. nauk, red.; SHIHOKOV, A.&, red.; KO- VALEVA, A.A., red.; GRATSIANOVA, O.P., nauchn. red.; BOi?JSGV, A.A. nauchn. red.; FEDYUYI. , V.I., nauchn. red.; KOTILLUEVSKIY, B.V., nauchn. red.; POKERANTSEVA, I.V., nauchn. nauchn. red.; LOZINSKAYA, A.M., nauchn. red.; SHNEIIEItSON, M.B., nauchn. red.; BOGDANOV, A.Sh., nauchn. red.; N1KITSKIY, V.Ye., nauchn. red.; KUDYMOV, B.Ya., nauchn. red.; PETROV, L.V,, KOM&- ROV, S.G, nauchn. red.; GORBUVOV, G.V., nanchn. red.; DICIT .CHDIKO, I.A., nauchn. red.; FELIDMAN, I.I., nauch-n. red.; PCtAETUN, D.Ye., nauchn. red.; BEDIAN, Yu.K., ved. red.; VW01-10VA, V.V., tekhn. red. [Status and prospects for developing geophysical methods for mineral prospecting] Sostoianie i perspektivy razvitiia --eofizicheskikh meto- dov poiskov i razvedki polezn-ykh iskopaemykh; 11ateria17. Pod red. V.V. Fedynskogo. Moskva, Gos. nauchno--tekhn. izd~vo neft. i gorno-toplivnoi lit-ry, 1961. 623 P. (MLU 1-4: 11) 1. Nauchno-tekhnichaskaya geofizichoskaya konferentsiya, Moscow, 1959. 2. Ministerstvo geologii i okhrany nedr SS&-t (for Fedynskiy, Petrov). (Prospecting-Geopbysical methods) 271214 Ai(A/AlZ7 AUTHOR.- Mn--zhe-,nk,-,. A.N. TITIE: Majz,,e1.i,-; re~.ord,'ng c,f PERI DDICAL: A'walaml,,,a ra-,k SSR. ~ierlya TEXT: 7h,-t artiole ti- design and performance a magneti- re- cording device peravitting 24-,-our s--)Ismologic fleiz! observation desl~ged by thp author of the Vscs.-),,,-uzny1y institut geofizic'~eskikh metodov razvetki 11JNII.'j-fiz!ki) Mlnlsterstva geologli i ckhrany nedr 33SR (A!!- Th.lon Solentiflr., Res,--arih In3titute of Geophysicai Exploration Methods :)f 'he Mlrjistry of GeoloLg ard Protection of Mineral fies,)urc-es of the USSR). The mozt rintstandIng feature.-i -,f this aret -ompactnu;n, simple denign, reliable p,arformanne and ecrj. nomy . It ,nnsists, ef 1) f191-1 reo--)r-dIng block and --) r-~pro- ductlf)n and copy-rpoorning blook. The design acd r)peratior, of irdlv~,d-a1 i-,It,, is as follows: reco:dlng block: Seismcgraplq6 Z, X, Y (1) are ---c.,Lnected to the outlet of the rq(-()rk~ing ampliftqr; the )utput tension of thq dfflplit*-'Ed Gig- nal is transmitte,j t~-) t-hf- magnetic, hpaela of recorder, Cpne r,f' heads -;.,Oeiv~s W Ca z-d 11 Makqieticl, recorling A i --" 4/A 1,~7 till, ml-nitt.- wid ho-~it ti.,a-,.f7- rrarx pi.,isc- frorr -~, fJ;ronoineter anA pilse tat -)r (4) . The hy pre,',-s- tirr.-P qIgnalls irorr, a ro,-c-q~!1tv- ing davi-e. TrI., tape is b- ') y - .~ps c.-irrenz from a hign-frequonc,,ir jzL!ne._ rat:)r, c.()nsi sting :,f T~w:) P t-ans'_8 t-)rij . '!one a-)lo,':k I s fed oy a r~ Hk" - "()4.) ~he foa(ilng -r_,rrent -:.)t 2.5 amp.BarAK (VEOIK) s~-ismngr;,pl.!3 witn' f~ wit'j.-Il I '.-pn Eira usc~d, Tlie coll two w1ridliqz -Id the sr,~.Orvl of ,s, rur tro: r)f olAltnum ~Amn'_%g ai 1:1M vdvr; wrlich is cor- dir-intly -0 (---)ntrn, grid )f thp first stage C' thr~ ;~inj) I 11, -. r .Trio-, tjf~tw':'~n tna !'Irst ap~! stagrs ensilres a Pharantr!rlstllo w4tir-il 'j.4 ~,ps. A r-v,re ~onrp_-t,~d to t~ inp-A performn tranF;-lsslon oll t-'-ie ?ite-natirg nal (for (allbration thoi: t- ~lr~ vla tf.r- dispe-ll,,_.rj r~_ sintarico f)f ~,rrlllv R. /1-i ln(,!r~itnr Ofitovr.'nc~n tri~-~ ,litplit tr,,:. , r. Thl, IP -1 "r-l' trhrrl-)r-rc;r- p,3raLlF!L t,) the J,V)4P lCad td' trio "I e k- lj 'utpl,t stage Is rlA*:','_;~-~,,' 'rd-lw_';'~ to al"aw Passage of -'9 ~ps. Amplillfc~rtt!),, !I; b-1- a R, ;)-)tprtL,)rr."ti3r lv~twe,-~-,- an.' t~iird stag,~ )v ampl1iir-r. -np r-~orl,~r s a --w:,_m~z- a m- t~~pn WhIt.". 1~; F~-~'Aa-l witn five wi(it',- 2.;- Iin) T!~ f~ dri-Iing motor pidin t:,f! tvv. a0c in ar~cl tho; tr..- eopent is atabl' lized by 27111 S/ 16 5/6 '/0(-)()/")C'1/0G 21r)07 Magnetic recording device Al,,:)4/A!27 a regulator placed oil the motor axis. A reducer of 750-1 total reduction ratio transmits the rotation to tno tone-drum. The time mark =mutator is a relay mechanism operating on second pulsas from an diroraft chronometer,. The ' 3 t - n (1_3 Ch-P) chronometer has -a clock mechanisa. whJ ch emits a O.D sec pulse per second with the aid of the contact device and feeding battery. The ~c - n (us-P) receiver is a battery-fed superhetherodyne and covers a range of 21- - 2.000 m. The time mark, generator consists of twofl-4-n (P-4-P) germanium triodea connect- ed to the self-excitation circuit of an"otsifer" core transformer. The genera- tor has separate magnetic head output windings which considerably decrease the interconnection between individual channels. The 6H k H-100 (6M(N-100) accumu- lator battery ensures a 30 hours 17erformance of the recording block, at a real length of 300 m and 3 mm/nec recording speed. The total weight of the recording installation and auxiliary equipment is 85 kg. The block is protected by a damp and dustproof cover and operates at temperatures ranging from -10 to +4G1C. The copy-recording and reproduction Installation is shown in Figure 4. At a frequen- cy of 50 cps the tone drnim pulls the tape at -,f~ or 55 mm/sec. by vat-;~jing the os- cillation frequency of the feeding generator, the fraction speed of the tape can be adjusted with 50-105 and 60-20 mm/sec. In the reproduction amplifier the Sig- nal from the reproduction ~iead is transmitted to tube amplifiers Vc and V. The Card 3/5 ~7i:l4 1 Magnetie recording devl~fi 4 It, reproduction amplIfler is :f tre ,,t--Ln,1ara Lyp--2 ar-1 total amplifi.:;a- tion at 20 cps reaohis 21-%O-YIG The w1nding ~--f input transformer was readjusted to match th,! of' the reproduct!on I-ond arA some frequen- cy characteristics wera T!-;~ mo:lified amp!!11,r.- IF, Datte,7i-fed anj ha3 f Ive frequenry rhararitqriitl ri irg, -at : .1.-:: z), and 60 cps. 'Phe performance of tre V,,. timp mark ~,Tp-,LFier 's t --) V Tce C 1 pulsometer i s p I a -:i e d a t f, h F, o i i t p-o t () ~ a b ~ v r-, e. mp'-', f ~ e rs , an d 'A r- ga 1 1 ~ii. ) m a t & r o s c i 1 11 c, g r a p n carries out the photore(~ordlng of ampLified sigral.- from *hrl magnetogram. A star- dard OC-24 (os-24) oscilInarann iFti:~rn-l by t~hc- F-ant of the Moscow Sovnarkhoz and IHO -1 (ENO-1) atn.,de n---illograph wt~r- The a,-,thcr states that by applying the -)f trans f (:I-tle gain 's EL--h- leved, i.e. h1FJ!nr freq-,ifri-,y nr.. (EM)l [Abstracterfs note: EDS not def Ined] - TP,;ts -.,ir -'-,! .-- , t part-, f e !-.:rkmenskaya SSR proved the sultah1lit-1, of tvi,~ 'n:,tilletlevi for thr, osiilla- tions within a ranw-i- or Inagnetic re-ordlng and conservation of rf,(-.-rrJvj(i or)-r-ssing ens-,,rej d close survey of earthquaker, ana of frequency into low i~rpquenry p~-.rmm'-tE th-, uso7 of ,--rrerit amplifiers of various frequenr.V~S C-IT' T-1-1p metr-),~ - 1~-IonTrnded Co- elec- Card 4b Magnetic recording device ... 017 11J i 3/16~/6 -110(-,Jl'jr; !/Cj(,2/',07 A104/A127 tromagnetic and profile exploration, as well as for logging. There are 4 '1gures. ASSOCIATION: SUBMITTED - Fig. 4: Sredneaziatskaya laboratoriya VNIIGeofiziki ([Soviet] Central Asia Laboratory of the All-Union Scientific Research 1nst1tute of Geo- physical Exploration Methods) March 1, 1960 Blockdiagram of the copy- recording installation 220V Card 5/~ MOZZHENKON A.D. Some interference in low-freqaency seismic prospecting. Rfwed. i prom. geofis. no-46:15-19 162. (MIR& 16:3) (SeismAc prospecting) J6,"UG%; VA. -.J-.PV lChY dfid -6 e2.- M iii-i&.4, im. tion is given ka.. PS pie. in -black 1~ dzid-, z Lt 6 -',.rot lfc/s-.: The,a a 'L C ape '044. J6 .. ........ . imi 113 of --~hWi,'- 46cu- 9.- .. --- " - -il n ~ ~11 - . ~- -,~- ~Z, T - . PCMMLWSEVA, I.V.; MOZZHENKO A.M.; SOKOLOVA, I.A.; YEGORKINA, G.V. Use of the 07,enlya" seismologic station for the study of the struc- turn of the southeast of the Russian Platform. Dokl. AN SSSR 163 no.l: 171-174 JI 165. (MIRA 18s7) 1. Submitted December 8, 1964. L 06141-67 MIT(l) GW A --61iii6 i7/6017 CC NR, AR6 SOURCE CODE: UR/0169/66/000/001/GO AUTHOR: Powerantseva, 1-1-VG-; Mozzhenko, A.N.; Sokolova, 1. A.; Yegorkina. G. Vol TITLE: Regional research with'seismological stations "Zenlyall -7 SOURCE: Ref. zh. Geofizika, Abs. 1G118 REP SOURCE; Te. Nizhne-Volzhsk. n.i. in-t geol.i geofiz., vyp.2, 1964, 210-219 TOPIC TAGS: Earth. Earth core structure, upper m&ntIejz*vz=tm= seismology, earthquake, seismologic station ABSTRAM Results are reported on reglonal search in the SP of the Russian platf concerning methodology for the stud of the oorl y Krth core struatu e and upper mantle9l f . the Earth by the seismological stations nemlyall. With their aid it is possible to re4 cord waves on a magnetic film in a frequency rangt between .5 and 12 cycles. Rewritini of the field data at various frequency filtrations permits frequency analysis of the registered waves. Transformation of frequencies is used with the rewriting, permitting separation of waves with a fraction of a cycle frequency differences. Amplification of the station is 600,000 to 1,000,000. With the aid of the station. a reliable registra-1 tion of earthquakes with epicentral distances of 11,000 to 14,000 km (Chile, Tonga is-' lands), and explosions of 3t and over at distances of 200-300 km is possible. I to 10! events are usually registered during a 24 hour period. Es-thquakes with epicentral di~- stances of 200-800 ko appear within the Ural region, nearer earthquakes take place wi-~, Card 1/2 UDC 550,340 1 L 06141-67 ACC NR: AR6017546 thin the Russian platform limits. The obtained records of longitudinal. transverse exchange waves enable the construction of an idea as to the structure of the Earth re and upper mantle. [Translation of abstract] - SUB CODEs 03, 08/ WZZHMIN, B. Method of determining the need for craft used in roadstead maneuvering of ships. Rech. transp. 24 no.11:11-12 165. (IMIRA 19: 1) 1. Starshly dlspet~~hpv Volgogradskogo uchastka Vol.zhskof-,o ObIlyedinennogo rechnogo parokhodstva. lad-m~.r I-vano-vi-.-h. kanc.. iek*nn. nauk; Wk-lay Fctrovich, inz~.; bmis Vasillyevi, irzh.; [")ptImAn usi cf ~r-,Iri~iportati,n Lectinclog7l in prrts ar~'; river- ~.ermina]_;; manual for groups on the raisant- ol* of enei.neers aTLd te,,hnicianss in the Vin- iotT,j of the Niver Fleet of the ',--,u.,;sian Federate,_i . -)(--ialist t,i*r.a1?ncF_- ispullzovanie perpi-,r~:- Sr Z'-,cfai~A. Lekhl;iki o: "wkil 'I pri vf_---hr1yVh net teivizrtkh; uchebnoe i_o~:,.uie u iir, Irupp pavyAzeniia kva_LiC~ra'~bi.l In- rab.,tnikov VinisLerstwi rechnogo (kir'kii, 'Gar'kcv.,;k-jI in-, inzhene, ~v 17:F) rar, SL '3 1 . MDZZHM 11, T.G.. Inzb. Machine constant of low-voltage unipolar generators. Sbor. nauch.trud INI n0-8:336-349 158. (XIU l3t4) (Blectric generators) MOZZIORIN, V.G,, inzh. Unipolar machine with water cooling of the slit) rin- 3yst-m. g P Veat. elektroprom. 31 no.9:35.-3'7 S '60. (14-, HA 15: 5) (Electric generators) R-VZHi-R IINY V, II, ,-as 3 1 S t.i,,fl t ,-- ,,'fect off Air ;on: zxil,.~~n (,n *~c,. :)rpr,7~~ sm of young - :,7--. Veti~rl.,.-;ir,iia 4G ; 16~. (MIR.' 17:9, .. . I 1. Bnvikir3kiy sel'sk,)k-hozy,,.,;F-,ve-myy nstltut. ,--MCZZHERIN, Yu.V. Routine-statistical immersion method. Zap.Ises.min.ob-va 94 no.5:516-529 165. (minA 18: 11) NOZZHERID. Yu.V. A-ta, " k ~ Using fine-grain conoscops technique In the microscopic study of polished sections and its application in the universal-theodolite method. Zap. Team. min. ob-va 85 no-3:434-435 156. (MM 9:il) (Polartecops) TU.V~ Conoscop7 methods using low magnification obhectives with the Fedorov universal stage. Zap.Tsea.min.ob-va 88 no.4:490-01 '59. (MM 12:11) (Optical instruments) I .- MOZZHRRIN, YuV.-- Using a microscopo as a rerractonoter. Zap.~~sas.mia.ob-va 89 no.4:473-483 160. (MIRA 13:11) (Microscope) (Rarractometer) MOZZHEROVA) if. 1. : J,rI27jfrR~)VA,'~J. I.: "The limitin,, proprrtirs of harmonic F:;rrti-,-,ns in three-dimensional spacc." Acad Sci USSR. Mathmatics Inst imfni V. A. Steklov. Moscow, 1956 (DISSIRTAT r-N or the of 7 Candidate in T'11-1('75.) So: Knizhnava 1(-toris- ', Nlo. 2h, 1966 AUTHOR: Mossherova, U.I. 20-118-4-3/61 TITM _-Yo~un4sry Properties of Harmonic Functions in the Three- dimensional Space (Graniohnyye svoystva garmonicheekikh funktsiy v trekhmernom prostranstva) PXRIODICALs Doklady kkad*uii YaJIF, '1958. Vol 118, Nr4, pp 636-638 (USSR) ABSTRACTs Let D be a domain of the threedisensions.1 space and let D be bounded by a sufficiently smooth surface S. Given the Dirichlet and the Neumann problem Au 0, ul f ,,,r AT 0, T- f nI :ifferential As it is well-known, the properties of the solutions depend on f. The known results obtained in this direction by Smolitekiy etc. are extended by the author to the metric L and the classes W (r) 00C ). The author uses the methods p p of the potential theory. Caid 1/2 There are 8 references, 7 of which are Soviet. boundary Properties of Harmonic Punctione in the Three- 20-118-4-3/61 dinansional Space LSSOCILTIONiTsesoyusnyy institut nauchnoy i takhnichookoy informatsii (A33-VFnion Institute for Scientific and Teohnioal Information) PRESIXTIDs May 31, 1957, by S.L.Sobolev, Acadenician. SUBMITTED: September 26, 1956 AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 2/2 i4-,L p- 0 Z;~K 0 0 51 0 0 z ar., 0.0 t t .a4 -2 SAO up- a -6. a - all. SO lit ra: do CL 0 'Ulz Pj liVid.0 '22a duo CL 1. CL A Ski KUTMV. O.S.. dots.; MOZZHEWVA, S.I., assistant Translated publications should be carefully editod Neavine by A.Grobner. Reviewed by O.S.Kutepov. S.1. Nossharova). Tekst.prom. 19 no.10:91-92 0 159. (MIRk 13:1) (Weaving) (Ndititig) L o6181-6 -Lm(a---jDA&6p'4T',m1a0 - - ---, IEWP j ) /EWP (t) /ni .ACC 705 SOURCE CODE: UR/0195/66/007/004/0734/0736 AUTHOR: Boldyreva, A. V.; ?bzzhova, V. IN. ORG: Institute of Chemical Kinetics and Combustiop, CO AN SSSR (Institut khimicheskoy kinetiki i goreniya CO AN SSSR) A TITLE: Nature of the effect of additives on the thermal decomposition of ammonium perchlorat SOURCRe Kin tika i kataliz, v. 7, no. 4, 1966, 734-736 TOPIC TAGS: ammonium perchlorate, mmommika perchloratedecomposition, combustion modifie r/ cjr> ABSTRACT: A study has been made of the character of the interaction of ZnO, CdO, and PbO with ammonium perchlorate. This work was prompted by recent interest in the effect of additives on the rate of thermal decomposition of ammonium perchlorate. Visual observation of pellets of ammonium perchlorate mixed with CdO, ZnO, and PbO (1-20%) on heating to 300C in a special chamber, and IR spectroscopy and solubility tests on the mixture before and after the decomposition were carried out. It was shown that on ammonium perchlorate decomposition in the presence of CdO, ZnO, or PbO, chemical reactions take place between the mixture components to form per- chlorates of the appropriate metals. C"v-4- 6,'J (SM) SUB CODE: 07,21W SUBM DATE: 080ct65/ ORIG REF: 002/ OTH REF: 009/ Card 1/1 04:~I-- UDC: 541.17 KOZZHMIN. k.s. 42622. 1 Toprovu 0 liolt Uglevodnogo ObsonA'L T Poddershanil Toka Porrezhdanlya. Wleten' Eksperts. Blologll I Meditsiny. 1948. No. 12, S. 412-13. USSRPMedicine - Museles Jan 49 M Medicine - Formalin, Effects !Tffect of Formalin on the Beat Current of a Trans. IA vervely P"riated Muscle," A. Mozzhukhin, Chair of P*Weiol Mil Med Acad imeni S. M. Kirov, 8 pp ritiol Zhur SSSR" Vol MV, No 1 tthyl alcohol has effect similar to formalift in Ore4erving the rest current of a fixed mocle. both substances are injurious. Chemicaa agents which disrupt material exchange in muscles cause sosie decrease in the rest current. This in notice- "le tefore and after fixation of the muscle (data agrees vith that reported by Milthellson in 1935). 4=XILUR~ USSR/11-ledicine - Muscles (contd) Jan 49 Concludes it is Dossible to establish a relation- ship betveen a major part of the rest current and 'the material exchange in muscles. 47/49T-65 1. LEBEDINSKII, A.V.; MOMIUMIN, A.S. 2. USSR (600) 4. Chagovets, V.IU. 7. I.P. Pavlov on the work of V.IU. Chagovets, A.V. Lebedinsk:.i, A.S. Mozzhukhin, Fiziol, zhur. 39 no. 2, 1953. 9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, _kPRIL -1953, Uncl. K(YZZH 0 a - -, Simultaneous measurement of electromotive force and current (quantity of electricity) as a method for investigating bioelectric phenomena [with summary in English]. Biuloeksp.biol. i med. 44 no.11:114-117 N157 (MMA 11:11) 1. 1z kafedry fiziologii Voyeano-meditsinskoy ordens, Lenina Akademii imeni S.M. Kirova, Leningrad. PredBtAvlena akademikom L.A. Orbeli. (ELECTROPHYSIOU)GY, simultaneous mepsurement of eler:tromotive force current Ps method of study of bio-electric Dhenomena (Rus)) NOZZHM 3, A. Iffact of @equals@ of pancrostsatomy on electromotive force or IMJU27 and excitation of the skeletal muscle [with summary In Inglish]. Fistol.shur. 44 no.1:18-22 Ja 158 (KIRA 11:1) 1. Toyonno-neditsinakeya ordens Laults akademiya in. S.K.Kirova, LsniMrad. (XUBCIM. Physiology. off. of panoreatectoxy on electromotive force Dotential of W. & excitation (Rus) (PAHMS, effect of excision, on auso. elootromotiv" force potential of iuj. & exaltation Me) SCV/19-- 50) )Q,-7-148/369 AUTHORS: Rachinskiy, F.Yu., Mozzhukhin,, A.S., O'lavachevskaya, N.M. and Tank, L.I.'- TITLE: A Method of Increasing Stability of Pats PERTODICAL: Byulleten5 izobreteniy, 1959, Nr 7, p 32 (USSR) ABSTRACT: Class 23a, 3. Nr 118935 (610?25 of 30 October 1958). The above method deals with checking the originated oxidation process, and with reduction of both, per- oxide numbers and inactiveness of metals. To insure this, the following substances are added into the fats: aliphatic polyamines, and particularly water and fat-soluble polyethylenepolyamines and fat-sol- uble derivatives of ethylenediamine and pol.:ethylene- polyamines. Card 1/1 MOZZHUKHIN. A.S. Changes in venous pressure in icute radiation sickness In rabbits. Voon.-med.zhur. no.8:21-23 Ag '59. (MIRA 12:12) 1. 1z Voyenno-meditainskoy ordena Lonins. akademil, imeni S.M. Kirova. (BLOCD MSSM radiation off.) (RADIATION INJURY e3q~erj KOZZHUIGUN, A.S. Changes in the carotid sinus reflex In acute radiation sick- ness. Ked.rad. 4 no.7:32-36 J1 '59. (14IRA 12:9) 1. Is Voyanno-meditsinakoy ordens Lenina akademil tiftent S-14. Kirova. (RADIATION INJURY exper.) (REF= radiation eff. 2 C S-13900 (3) 1 4? vto) 67748 AUTHORS: Rachinskiy, F. Yu , Mozzhukhi- A. S., SOV/74- 28 -12-25,` 5 -r - Slavachovskaya, N. I- L TITLE;: Chemical Prophylactics Against Acute Radiation Disease PERIODICILL: Uapelchi khimii, 1959, Vol 28, Nr 12, Pp 1488-1522 (USSR) ABSTRACT: With this review, the anthors wished to provide an ILid to facilitate search of nevi, efficient protective agents agaiast the deteriorating effect of ionizing radiation. The search of rational ways, to protect organism against the action of radiation is based on the study of primary processes connecteci with the influence of radiation on organism. By numerous investigations (Refs 3, 15 to 29), it has been established that during the first phase of the action of ionizin- radiation on organism, unergy absorbed by the tissue is manifested by a series of chemical reactions. The deteriorations observed are the consequences of chemical alterations of some macromolecules occurring in the bioaubstrate. From these fundamental concepts, modern ideas result on the possible mechanisms to reduce radiosensitivity of animals by means of pharmaool6gioai substances administered Card 1/6 to organism prior to irradiation. Since the chief biological 67748 mwaiasl Prophylactics Against i! -'Ute Radiation Disease SOV/74-28-12-23/25 effect of ionising radiation takes place through products of redichydrolysiop the protective Monte should# first of all reduce the formation of active radicals and interaction with radiosonsitive substances (Refs 3, 11, 30). Facts observed (Refs 3t 119 31 to 50) lead to the conclusion that substances with a potential protective efficiency against ionizing radiation-must necessarily show antioxidative properties. They must take an active part In transfer reactions, form intra- complex compoandswith heavy metals, cause anoxia, and reduce exchange processes In-the irradiated organism. The biological method to the only reliable one to evaluate protective agents, For being lengthy and tedious, however, investigators are compelled to look for simpler models. Experiments were per- formed On POlYmOth&cz7l&tG (Rsf; 38 42), fatty (Refs 51, 62 Table 1)9 oxygen-oontaining (Re 64%-monalodins aostate (Rof 64 - Table 2)t and onsyme models. Thesel presumably, cannot be considered. a substitution for experiments to choose efficient protective agents, but, if an appropriate selection of molels Is carried out, a simplified choice of perspective groups of preparations and classes of chemical compounds could Gard 2/6' be achieved. It was first observed in 1949 (Refs TO# 71) that 67748 Oboaloal Propbylaotice Against Acute Radiation Disease BOV/74-28-12-23/25 chemical substances can reduce the effect of radiation. It was, however, only after the protective effect of F-moroapto ethyl amino (Rof T2) had boon discovered that medical prophylaxis was rocognis*d and A-moroapto ethyl amino and the oorionponding dioulfide ~oystamins) were experimentally and clinically used (Refs 1 to 51 7, 9, 30# 38, 40, 63, 66, 66, 72 to 91). Methods of preparation and the protective effects of morcapto sminesland their-dorivatives are d6saribods ~-msrcapto etlWl amino N2NCK2CR2SR (Refs 30, 38, 63, 659 689 739 T59 78, 92 to 95, 1029-105 to 108). The'Protective effects of some 0-moroapto othyl smine salts are shown in table ). The oxidation -.&too of some amino moroa tans with oxygen in abisnos and presence of p ?a 2+ are shown on the,figu" (p 1499). In addition, maroapto amino"M having the general foAula HS(CH 2)nNH2 (n>-2) (Table 4); moroapto &mines having the general formula a (Table 5); N-substituted derivative a of RIr' I L Card 3/6 SE NH2 6 7 71#8 Chemical Prophylactics Against Acute Radiation Disease SOV/74-28-12-23/25 A-mercapto ehtyl amine (Table 6); S-substituted derivatives of P-mercapto ethyl amino R-S-CH 2CH2NH2 (Table 7); N,S-substitutod derivatives of A-mercapto ethyl amine (Table 8), and amino disulfides (Refs 3, 68, 95, 98, 167 to 169, 171, 172, 176) are discussed. From the thiocarbamates, the highest protective offiaiency was shown by the sodium diethyldithiocarbamate (Table 9). Thiazolidine, thiazole, and thiazoline derivatives were investigated (Table 10). The syntheses and protective efficiencies of isothiuroniuS compounds (Table 11) and marcapto guanidine (Table 12) as well as of nitriles (Refs 6, 246 to 251 - Table 13), of arylorl ketones (Refs 252 to 257, 41 - Table 14) as well as of am and mino acids (Refs 30, 36, 38, 459 71, 258 to 262 - T*15 and 16) are described. Preparations showing the h t protective efficiencies are given in table 17, Practically, however, only amino thiole and isotbiuronium compounds (cysteamine, cystamine, and S-P-Smino ethyl isothiuronium) have been hitherto used. The principal shortcomings of the efficient preparakions is their limited efficiency range (little differenc: 4~tween minimum efficient Card 4/6 and mini-1- toxic doses), and the nort term of their �1748 Chemical Prophylactics Against Acute Radiarlion Disease SOT/74-28-12-23/25 protective efficiency. It has been established that the SH- and NH 2-groupe are actively efficient in the protective agents. Lack or substitution of these-groups cause a considerable reduction of the protective effects of the preparations, or these become completely inefficient. There must be certain steric relations between these groups. It was observed (Ref 68).-that, in dependence on the mutual position of the Sa- and NH 2-groups in the molecule, preparations show either protective (&--homocysteine, cysteine) or sensitizing (ft-homo- oysteine, isocysteine) properties to ionizing radiation. A study of the relation between the chemical structure and the protective efficiency leads to the conclusion that it will be hardly possible to find any more efficient substances in the classes of chemical compounds hitherto investigated as compared to the oubstances already known. Since not all substances which are anti-oxidizing agents, show a protective efficiency, the protective.agente must evidently have some additional properties., It has-not yet been possible to Card 5/6 establish the character of these,properties, and the degree .to 67748 Chemical Prophylactics Against Acute Radiation Disease SOV/74-28-12-23/25 which the protective efficiency is influenced by them. It can A. be aesumed, however, that one of the most important propert'es of the protective agents is their capacity to penetrate into the cells,.and to disperse between the individual tissues, and, moreover, their capacity to form complex compounds with such heavy metals which may initiate oxidative chain reactions There are 1 figure, 17 tables, and 269 references, 47 of which wor are Soviet. A.SSOCIATIONt Voyenho-Meditsinskaya akademiya im. S. M. Kirava (Military- medical AcadecW imeni'S. M. Kirov) Card 6/6 MOZZHIJMII, A.S. (Leningrad) Rule of uarbohydrate-phosphorus metabolism in the origin of the excitation current in the skeletal muscles. Biul. ekep. biol. i med. 47 ao.4:3-6 AP 159. (NIFA 12:7) 1. Predstavlena akademikom L.A. Or'Oeli [deceased]. (NUSCIAS, physiol. aleotranhysiol.. eff. of carbohydrate-ohosphorus metab. disord. induced by pots. (Rhs)) (CAR30HIDR&TIS. metab. musc. carbohydrate-phosphorus metab. disord. induced by pots.. eff. on electrophysiol. (Rue)) (PHOSPHORDS. metab. game) MOZZHUKHIII, A.S. (Leningrad) Role of the acetylcholine-cholinesterase system in the origin of bioelectrical phenomena of the skeletal muscles. Biul.eksp.blol. t med. 48 no.7:6-10 JI '59. (MIRA 12:10) 1. Predstavlena, akademikom L.A.Orbeli [deceased]. (ACITYWHOLINN - metabolism) (CHOLINESTERASE - metabolism) (MUSCLES - pkysiology) MOZZHUKHIN, A.S.; PMHM, D.L. (Leningrad) Mtanges in cholinesterase activity in mute radiation sickness. Blul. eksp.blol.i mod. 48 no.9:34-37 S 159. (KIRA 13-1) 1. Predate-vlena aicademikom L.A. Orbell (deceased]. (CHOLIUSTERASE metab. ) (RADIATION INJURT exper.) NDZZHtKHIN, A.S (~qgiuao) Changes In the s.m.f. of excitation of the skeletal with removed hypopbysis or adrenal@. Biul.ekep.biol. no.10:14-16 0 099. 1. Prodstavlena akademikom L.A. Orbeli (deceased]. (NUSCUS phys I o1. ) (ABRIDIACTOKY off. ) (HTPOPHTSECTONT eff.) wascles in frogs I wed. 48 (KIRA 13:2) MOZZHUKRIN, Aleksandr ch; RACHIVSKIY, F.Yu. ~F~-~:Fvyevi [Chemical treatment of radiation sickness) Dimicheskala profilaktiks, luchavoi bolezui. Leningrad, Ob-vo po ras- prostranenilu polit. i nauchn. znanii RSFSR. 1960. 31 p. (MIRA 14:11) (RADIMION SICEMS) MOZZHUKHINI A.S.4_RACHINSKIY, F.Yu.; TANK, L.I. Relation of chemical structure to the protective activity of various mercaptoaminev against X- and radiations. Med.rad. 5 no-4:78- 81 Ap 160. Y- (MIRA 13:12) (RADIATION PROTECTION) (ETHYIAKINE) RACINSKI, F.I. [Rachinskiy, F.Yu.]; KOZJUHIN, A.S. ~Wzhukhin, A.S.); SIAVACZVSKAIA, N.M. (Slavochevskaya, N.M.) ;-TAW, L.I. Chemical agents for theprophylaxis of acute actinic diceases. Analele chinie 15 no.2:6_cio6 Ap-Je 6o. (EK&I 9:11) (Radiation) X LIVOV, S.V.; SERAFIMOV, L.A.;-IIDZZHUKHIN, A.~. CoqWative efficiency of different systems for distilli the binary mixtures of partiall y -13d components. Khim.i tekh. topl.i masel 6 no-9: 26-32 ~) 161. (MaRA 14:10) 1. Lotitut tonkoy khimicheakoy tekhmlogii imeni. M.V.Lownosova. (Distillation) (Mixtures) MOZZWKIN, A.S. "The role of the carbohydrate-phosphorus metablolism in the origin of the skeletal frog's muscle excitation and injury current." Report submittedv shat not presented at the 22nd International Congrese of Physlological Sciences. Looldens the Netherlands 10-17 Sep 1962 -------- --- ~:-m(I-)AkWAbsyl*j! A ,, 7-.020~/637 .0047(~ z Jsm,T& i-SW'.Sm aid"Ina .,gLven,for ive, d, -brada f war~-iioou v&-, o :qoA;rc iozi-var. oubAl, go -FCLT IBM- Only-` in -t 77- -MOZZMMIN, A.S.; SMMIML*, L.A.; TIMOFEYEV, V.S.; TYURIKOV, I.D. Apparatus and devices for laboratory rectification. Zav.lab. 29 no.4:503-505 163. (MMA 16:5) 1. Maskovskiy Institut tonkoy khimicheakoy tekhnologii im. N.V.Lomonosova. (Distillation apparatus) Aju 1v SUEM 7- 77 7 41611-6i --ACCESSION ~-NR-.---~-AT$00604.3 --thd-InericAptoguan nes -are,~rLo Mor64 eff ~alvi -with at to radlatldfi.pidtictiojr-~~ ~ as - &4 6 --t6l4s -j~ompoun u. n. --06- U' ENCL., 8 BMITT , CODE: UB __ ..0 - ~_ _-. 1 -1 MOMIUMIN, A,%., pclkcvntk meditsins),cy sluzhby, drktor btolcg. nauk . P" ~ - - I I.M.Sechenov, foiinaer of physiologf In RUBSiR? On *J'A 135tk anni- versary of his birth. Voon.-mod.zhur. no.9x8l'-86 96/~. ~141RA 18, 5), ACCESSION NR: AT4044495 S/0000/64/000/000/0187/0191 AUTHOR: _KMbUk4n, A. S.; Antipenko, Ye. N.; Makhalova, 0. K., Mikhayiova.&G.p Pavlova, L. M., Tank, L. A. TITLE: The effect of cystamine on the development of the regenerative pro- cesses after various doses and intensities of irradiation SOURCE: Vosstanovitellny*ye protsessy* pri radiatsionny*kh porathentyakh (Recovery from radiation injuries); sbornik statey. Moscow, Atomizdat, 1964, 187-191 TOPIC TAGS: radiation sickness, radioprotective agent, cystamine, hematopoiesiq leukopenia ABSTRACT: Experiments on mice exposed to various doses of x-radiation at a constant intensity of 30 r/minute showed that cystamine (150mg/kg i.p. 10-15 minutes prior to irradiation) increases the survival of mice, enlarging the LD50/30 by 300 r. The maximal effect was obtained at approximately 600 r, which is between the LD50 and LD100. Analogous results were obtained with gamma irradiation at a constant dose of 900 r but various intensities. Tile protective effect of cystamine (400mg/kg p.c. 30 minutes before irradiation) Cafd 1/2 ACCESSION NR: AT4044495 showed a maximum between 4 and 8 hours of irradiation. These data suggest that cystamine either strengthens the regenerative processes to varying degrees or at different rates in the different tissues and organs. Experi- ments with S35-cystamine showed that it accumulates primarily in the radio- sensitive organs, particularly in the intestines and hematopoictic system (bone marrow and spleen). Injection of cystamine (60 mg/kg i.v.) 10-15 minutes before irradiation of dogs (500 r) decreased the extent and duration of leukopenia as compared to controls. Orig. art. has: 6 figures. ASSOCIATION: none SUBMITTED: 29Jan64 ENCL: 00 SUB CODE: LS NO REF SOV: 002 OTHFR: 005 Card 2/2 -I :J:11~1 '117 r C) C, e ~- S MAFfiAU)VA. o.K,; P'f Par rv R I FirO nit- --r. * ne mar I'l PE of the ar u*.e rad i a -,~ n - C Kn P~i S 0g: a no .4.- 62) 1 - ~, 2 "'65 M; F-A R Q i rn-r Voy t-w- - rr.--]:. - 9 4 nsk ~lj ~i kA P-rl..v ! ng:- rid MOZZHUKHIN, A.S., inzh, Atomizer for burning liquid phosphorus. Khim. i neft. mashinostr. no*905 S 165o (MIFLA 18: 10) L A24-67 ma(m) MKI AT6031775 CA 80= COM M/2956/"/,J16/000/6i5jOOOJ AUTHORs MosshulMn. As S.l Antipen1w. Too N.1 YAAVI*va. L Go TI=s Significance of Imh1bitiM chain radical process" in chemical prooylaxis of iradiation InJuries SOURCEs Moskmakoys obahchestvo ispytaley prirodye Trudy* Otdol b1ol"Inheskir, we 16. 1966. ambodnoradikalluM protsessy v b1ologidieskUh sistmaa (Proosessis of free radicals In biological syst~), 95-98 JTOP= TAM: mouse. Iftenol. antiradiatian dmg. radiation Injary. radlatim dismIstry ABSTRACT: If radiation Injuries develop in an organim as a result of chain radical- reactions as many authors suU-dNt, then the development of these reactions may be inhibited by administering radloprotectors following irradiation as well as beforeo With marooned phanols considered the met effmative Inhibitors of chain radioal processes. the present study Imeatigated. the radloprotective effects of six local derivatives admilnistered after irradiatiano rn experiumate an white mice &Irradiated with sIrAg2m, 4M. 550 and 700 r domme. six ionol dwivatives (fonm2am; givm) In pea* oil mrs administered 5 to 15 min after Irradiations Th ~ at tM mcparlimetal merMeq eystaulne ~ admIslatmed Ito Fludimp Ibm L io424-67 ACC N& AT6031775 that ulth 4W wd 350 r -in the pmAoatlv* offset of the Vbmw2s Is pmbobly concesIM by the preteettre offset of the pea& Ma. iftl& Is rellab2o (p4.0.05). lbt aw of tbe lbowl propmtiaw d1splayed a relimb2a radloprotowtive off"to Nowev~ *sm optnalme MW aftlaUtered p1w to Uvadlatlem the *wAU did dUpUr a ndleproteattre effmot* umse Us #WWI I pustimme capeb2a of pokenUatft Ow ithet of a lopm*mtere balWo Orift eptamine Imew Ow f~tlmm- ist pw=Mw aid isdimab gulm rift to aii reactImel thu In tau pan! an umlfesutsm of an 4cnd3 &u*rativw, b6lbitft Ow, cbs~ radleal wimetfimme takini "'Pu- latUr time "*:&A* -b"s':.:a tab3moo 060 ws;' mf";= wv, -71 0, A ACC NR, AT6036655 SOURCE CODE: UR/0000/66/000/000/0282/0283 AUT'iOR: 1,,~zzhukhin 4A',,. SXuznottsov, V. I.; Kushalcovskaya, 1-1. S.; Makhalova, O.K; '~~-W u.; Goryachev, I. A . o n r~M, S. A.; Shostak, V. I.;4':udrin, I. D. ORG: none TITLE: E'fcct of radioprotective dru"s on the functional condition of the human Z organism J~japcr presented at the Conference on Problems of Space Medicine hold in Mz>scow from 24-27 Fzy 19667 SOURCE: Konferentsiya po problemam icosmichaskoy meditsiny, 1966. Problemy kosmiches'Noy maditsiny. (Probiems of space medicine); materialy konferentsii, 1;ascow, 1966, 282-283 TOPIC TAGS: radiation protection, spnco pharm-acology, cosmic radiation biologic effect, hwnan physiology, space medicine, motion sickness .0 S -1-R-N C T: Lhe effect of cystan-iine on the func-,ioiial condition of Lhe 'human organism IA. iwas studied On the the basis oi. the hypothesis of A. V. Lebedinsl'uy'). Five hundred heathy volunteers were used. The maxii-num permissible dose of cystamine was established as a dose of 1.2 [uniLs not given', per single appli- cation, or 0.8 units every 6 hr for 24 hr, or 0.6-0.8 units once a day for a month. Administration of cystamine in the doses indicateci d1c; not cause any s . nificant ciianges in work capacity, hematopoicsis, or in cardiovascu- '-Ca,d 1Y ACC M: AT6036655 lar, resp-ltratory, di,festjve, excretory, or nervous system function. iiow- ever, administration of cystamine did lead to complaints of lethargy and brief unpleasant sensations in the epigastrium in 10'/'a of the cases. After administration of the drug some increase in sensitivity to motion sickness and to the el-fect of high temperatures was noted among subjects. A. No. 22; ATD Report: 66-116J SUB CODE: 06 / SUBM DATE: OOMay66 Card 2/2 SOV/91-58-2-3/31 AUTHOR: Mozzhukhin Ch.N., Engineer TITLE: Reduction in Number of a Thermoelectric Power Plant's Personnel (Umen'sheniye chislennosti personala TETs) PERIODICAL: Energetik, 1958, Nr 2, p 7-8 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The author puts down a list of changes which have been introduced in the thermoelectric power station of a coking plant to reduce per- sonnel. The power plant uses TP-35 boiler sets and AR-6-6 turbosets. Reduction of per- sonnel was made possible chiefly by automa- tion, and by reorganization of duties. The plant has the following basic sections: boiler section, turbine section, electric section, chemical water-filtering section. The burning process in the boiler sets has Card 112 been automated. A combined mechanic and