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Vol 54, No 1 (2020) The characteristics of immune status and carbohydrate metabolism at different stages of liver fibrosis in patients with hepatitis C virus-related chronic hepatitis Abstract
Yu.M. Stepanov, V.I. Didenko, I.S. Konenko, O.M. Tatarchuk, O.P. Petishko
 
Vol 52, No 4 (2018) Immunological reactivity in patients with chronic diffuse liver diseases Abstract
O.M. Tatarchuk, V.I. Didenko, S.L. Melanich, V.Ye. Kudryavtseva
 
No 3.61 (2016) Cytokine Status in Children with Chronic Gastroduodenal Pathology Abstract
T.V. Sorokman, S.V. Sokolnyk, O.-M.V. Popelyuk
 
Vol 53, No 2 (2019) Correlation of immunological and biochemical indicators in patients with chronic diffuse liver diseases depending on the etiological factors of steatosis and liver fibrosis Abstract
V.I. Didenko, I.A. Klenina, O.M. Tatarchuk, O.P. Petishko
 
No 2.48 (2013) Peculiarities of Changes of Immunological Parameters in Patients with Chronic Inflammatory Bowel Disease with Anemic Syndrome Abstract
T.Y. Boyko, S.Yu. Yegorova, O.V. Sorochan
 
No 4.54 (2014) Ferrokinetic Parameters and Regulation of Iron Metabolism in Patients with Chronic Inflammatory Bowel Diseases Abstract
T.Y. Boiko, S.Yu. Yehorova, H.S. Paranko, O.V. Sorochan, I.A. Klenina, O.P. Petishko
 
No 4.62 (2016) The Role of Buccal Epithelial Cells Properties to Adhesion of Candida albicans and Influence on It of Regulatory Cytokines During Infectious Process in Patients with Candidiasis of the Mucosa of the Upper Digestive Tract Abstract
I.V. Kushnirenko
 
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