Daniil V Shchepkin

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Daniil V



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  • 2018-11-28 Hydrogen Peroxide Treatment of Muscle Fibres Inhibits the Formation of Myosin Cross-Bridges in BULLETIN OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
  • 2018-05 The Effect of Experimental Hyperthyroidism on Characteristics of Actin–Myosin Interaction in Fast and Slow Skeletal Muscles in BIOCHEMISTRY (MOSCOW)
  • 2018-01 The Effect of Stabilizing Mutations in the Central Part of α-Chain of Tropomyosin on the Bending Stiffness of Reconstructed Thin Filaments that Contain Its αβ-Heterodimers in BIOPHYSICS
  • 2018-01 Carbonylation of atrial myosin prolongs its interaction with actin in EUROPEAN BIOPHYSICS JOURNAL
  • 2017-04 Cooperativity of myosin interaction with thin filaments is enhanced by stabilizing substitutions in tropomyosin in JOURNAL OF MUSCLE RESEARCH AND CELL MOTILITY
  • 2016-11 Effect of Cardiomyopathic Mutations in Tropomyosin on Calcium Regulation of the Actin—Myosin Interaction in Skeletal Muscle in BULLETIN OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
  • 2016-11 Effect of Cardiac Myosin-Binding Protein C on Tropomyosin Regulation of Actin—Myosin Interaction Using In Vitro Motility Assay in BULLETIN OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
  • 2016-09 The effects of stabilizing mutations in the central part of the α-chain of tropomyosin on the structural and functional properties of αβ-tropomyosin heterodimers in BIOPHYSICS
  • 2015-12 Investigations of Molecular Mechanisms of Actin–Myosin Interactions in Cardiac Muscle in BIOCHEMISTRY (MOSCOW)
  • 2013-03 Study of regulatory effect of tropomyosin on actin-myosin interaction in skeletal muscle by in vitro motility assay in BIOCHEMISTRY (MOSCOW)
  • 2008-12 Assessment of the mechanical activity of cardiac isomyosins V1 and V3 by the in vitro motility assay with regulated thin filament in BIOPHYSICS
  • 2008-02 Study of the interaction between rabbit cardiac contractile and regulatory proteins. An in vitro motility assay in BIOCHEMISTRY (MOSCOW)
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