Development of Immunomodulatory Properties L-Lysine-α-Oxidase Under Irradiation of Animals
Smirnova I. P.1, Syatkin S. P.4, Lobaeva T. A.1, Skorik A. S.1, Chibisov S. M.2, Blagonravov M. L.2, Myandina G. I.3, Kuznetsov V. I.3
1Medical faculty, T. T. Berezov Department of Biochemistry of PFUR, Moscow
2Medical faculty, Department of Pathological Physiology of PFUR, Moscow
3Medical faculty, Department of Biology and General Genetics of PFUR, Moscow
4Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (PFUR), Miklukho-Maklaya str., 8, Moscow, Russia
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Online published on 29 April, 2017.
We studied the immunomodulatory activity of L-lysine-α-oxidase (LO) from Trichoderma harzianum Rifai F180 to model endogenous colony-forming cells surface of the spleen of the mice of line F/SVA С 157В 1. LO shows immunomodulatory activity on models in vivo and in vitro.
L-lysine-α-oxidase, x-ray, immunomodulatory activity.