Biopolym. Cell. 1990; 6(4):32-42.
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Пристосування клітин до несприятливих факторів. Характеристика адаптивних відповідей
1Солов'ян В. Т.
  1. Інститут молекулярної біології і генетики АН УСРС
    Київ, СРСР

Abstract

Проведено аналіз адаптивної відповіді клітин на різні стресові впливи. Передбачається, що клітинна адаптивна відповідь незалежно від природи зовнішнього фактора генерується по універсальному плану і характеризується надмірністю і неспецифічністю захисних реакцій.

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