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Laboratory of Water Environment Ecology

Sergey Vladimirovich Tatarkin

Candidate of Biological Sciences, Head of Laboratory of Water Environment Ecology.

The laboratory performs research related to a thorough analysis of the quality of drinking water at various biological objects. The laboratory’s experience allows to perform water-related studies in the following fields: ecology of water organisms; changes in hematopoiesis system under the influence of adverse factors; toxicology; oxidative stress; adaptive processes in the body.

Publications:

  1. Cytogenetic, cytological and structural changes in the hematopoiesis with the combined effect of chemical and radiation factors of low intensity on the organism of laboratory animals. «Morphology», №4, 2010, p. 26. (co-authors: Barantseva M.Yu., Mukhamedieva L.N., Vorozhtsova S.V., Chava S.V., Oganesyan M.V.).
  2. Finding of the risk of distant adverse response of chronic combined effects of radiation and chemical factors in order to ensure safety of orbital and interplanetary space flights. Aerospace and Environmental Medicine. №1, 2012, P. 23-29. (co-authors: Barantseva M.Yu., Mukhamedieva L.N., Shafirkin A.V.).
  3. Changes in the system of hematopoiesis and energy exchange of erythrocytes during prolong exposure of chemicals (acetone, ethanol, acetaldehyde) and radiation on mice in doses and concentrations simulating the conditions of prolonged orbital flights. Aerospace and Environmental Medicine. №2, 2012, pp. 21-28. (in co-authorship with Barantseva M.Yu., Ivanova S.M., Mukhamedieva L.N., Shafirkin A.V.).
  4. Characterization of adaptation processes of mice during chronic combined effect of radiation and chemicals (acetone, ethanol, acetaldehyde), specific for interplanetary flights. Aerospace and Environmental Medicine. №3, 2012, P. 20-27 (in co-authorship with Barantseva M.Yu., Ivanova SM, Mukhamedieva L.N., Shafirkin A.V.).
  5. Indices of intracellular metabolism and the state of erythrocyte membranes, chromosomal aberrations in bone marrow cariocytes with long-term combined effects of chemical and radiation factors. “Modern problems of hygienic science and occupational medicine”, Ufa, 2010, September 22-23, p 270-274. (in co-authorship with Barantseva M.Yu., Shafirkin A.V., Ivanova S.M., Yarlykova Yu.V., Mukhamedieva L.N.).
  6. Experimental study of the nature of adaptation processes in conditions of long-term combined chemical pollution of the air environment and irradiation of animals in regimes typical for long-term orbital space flights. Space Forum 2011, dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the space flight of Yu.A. Gagarin. Russia, Moscow, P.133-134 (in co-authorship with Barantseva M.Yu., Shafirkin A.V., Ivanova S.M., Mukhamedieva L.N.).
  7. Study of the system of hematopoiesis and energy exchange in erythrocytes during long-term effect of radioactive and chemical factors on mice in doses and concentrations simulating their effect on astronauts during interplanetary flights. Space Forum 2011, dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the space flight of Yu.A. Gagarin. Russia, Moscow, p. 229 (in co-authorship with Barantseva M.Yu., Shafirkin A.V., Ivanova S.M., Mukhamedieva L.N.).
  8. To quantify the risk for cosmonauts’ health during long-term space flights in conditions of combined effect of radiation, chemical and other stress factors. Space Forum 2011, dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the space flight of Yu.A. Gagarin. Russia, Moscow, p. 245 (in co-authorship with Barantseva M.Yu., Mukhamedieva L.N., Shafirkin A.V.).
  9. Changes in the functional state of the hematopoiesis system and the energy exchange of erythrocytes during chronic exposure to radiation and chemical factors. Materials of the All-Russian Conference with International Participation “Actual Problems of Toxicology and Radiobiology”, Russia, St. Petersburg, 2011. P.145-146. (in co-authorship with Barantseva M.Yu., Mukhamedieva L.N., Shafirkin A.V.).
  10. Quantitative assessment of the intensity of adaptation processes in a body based on the results of analysis of cytogenetic and morphological studies of the bone marrow and peripheral blood during chronic exposure to chemical and radiation factors. Materials of the All-Russian Conference with international participation “Actual problems of toxicology and radiobiology”. Russia, St. Petersburg, 2011. P. 97-98. (in co-authorship with Barantseva M.Yu., Mukhamedieva L.N., Shafirkin A.V.).
  11. Application of the generalized logarithmic index for estimation of adaptable stability of animals organism during chronic combined radiation-chemical exposure. XXXV Academic readings on cosmonautics. Russia. Moscow, 2011. p. 588-589 (in co-authorship with Barantseva M.Yu.).
  12. Toxicological basis of hygienic rationing of combined effects of chemical and radiation factors in relation to long-term manned spaceflight. Abstracts of Seventh International Aerospace Congress IAC, 12, Moscow, August 26-31, 2012, p. 275. (in co-authorship with Barantseva M.Yu., Nosovsky A.M.).
  13. Hemopoiesis and metabolic status of erythrocytes of experimental animals during chronic combined effects of ionizing radiation and chemical substances simulating conditions of interplanetary flights. Results of dissertation research. Volume 1. – Materials of the 4th All-Russian Conference of Young Scientists. – Moscow: RAS, 2012. –p. 163.
  14. Cytogenetic studies of bone marrow of mice during isolated chronic impact of radiation and chemical factors and under conditions of their combined sequential effect. Aerospace and Environmental Medicine. No. 5, 2013, pp. 31-36. (in co-authorship with Barantseva M.Yu., Mukhamedieva L.N., Shafirkin A.V.)
  15. Effect of 30-day orbital flight BION M1 on excretion of expired endogenous CO in mice. The 40th COSPAR Scientific Assembly (in co-authorship with Shulagin Yu.A., Dyachenko AI).
  16. “Analysis of the composition of international instruments of assessing “green” growth as an opportunity to assess resource and environmental efficiency of the economics.” “Ecological Herald of Russia” № 12, 2015.
  17. Extraction of endogenous CO in mice. Space scientific project Bion-M1. Bio-medical experiments and research. Moscow, SSC-RF IMPP RAS, 2016 (in co-authorship with Shulagin Yu.A., Dyachenko Yu.A.), P. 324-335
  18. Biological response of the effect of negatively ionized air on the reparatory processes in a body after gamma irradiation. Medical radiology and radiation safety. №4, 2017. (In co-authorship with A.V. Shafirkin, M.Yu. Barantseva, S.M. Ivanova, S.V. Vorozhtsova, L.N. Tatarkina, A.Ch. Khurshut, V.N. Bezgreshnov)

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