Vitaliy Kyryk 1 protocol

Olga Kopach Department of Clinical and Experimental Epilepsy, UCL Institute of Neurology, University College London, UK
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Oksana Rybachuk Department of Sensory Signalling, Bogomoletz Institute of Physiology, Ukraine, Ukraine,
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Tetyana Pivneva
  • Department of Sensory Signalling, Bogomoletz Institute of Physiology, Ukraine, Ukraine,
  • 1 Author merit

Education

DSc. in Physiology, Bogomoletz Institute of Physiology, Ukraine

Current position

Associate Professor, Department of Sensory Signaling, Bogomoletz Institute of Physiology, Ukraine

Publications (since 2003)

  1. Kopach O, Pivneva T.Cell-based therapies for neural replacement strategies in stroke-related neurodegeneration: neurophysiological insights into stem progenitor cell neurogenesis within a host environment. Neural Regen Res.13(8):1350-1351. doi: 10.4103/1673-5374.235224
  2. Meyer N, Richter N, Fan Z, Siemonsmeier G, Pivneva T, Jordan P, Steinhäuser C, Semtner M, Nolte C, Kettenmann H.(2018) Oligodendrocytes in the Mouse Corpus Callosum Maintain Axonal Function by Delivery of Glucose.Cell Rep. 22(9):2383-2394. doi: 10.1016/j.celrep.2018.02.022. 
  3. Kopach O, Rybachuk O, Krotov V, Kyryk V, Voitenko N, Pivneva T.(2018) Maturation of neural stem cells and integration into hippocampal circuits - a functional study in an in situ model of cerebral ischemia. J Cell Sci.131(4). pii: jcs210989. doi: 10.1242/jcs.210989. 
  4. Rybachuk O, Kopach O, Krotov V, Voitenko N, Pivneva T.( 2017) Optimized Model of Cerebral Ischemia In situ for the Long-Lasting Assessment of Hippocampal Cell Death. Front Neurosci. 11:388. doi:10.3389/fnins.2017.00388. 
  5. Chayka AV, Zaben’ko YY, Labunets IF, Pivneva TA. Traumatic brain injury: pathogenesis, experimental models, prospects of cell-based therapy. Cell and Organ Transplantology. 2017; 5(2):209-215. doi:10.22494/cot.v5i2.78 
  6. Wogram E, Wendt S, Matyash M, Pivneva T, Draguhn A, Kettenmann H.(2016) Satellite microglia show spontaneous electrical activity that is uncorrelated with activity of the attached neuron. Eur J Neurosci. 43(11):1523-34. doi:10.1111/ejn.13256. 
  7. Zabenko YY, Pivneva TA. (2016) Flavonoid quercetin reduces gliosis after repetitive mild traumatic brain injury in mice. Fiziol Zh. 62(5):50-56. 
  8. Rybachuk О. А., Кyryk V. М., Poberezhnyi P. A., Butenko G. M., Pivneva Т. А.(2015) Plasticity of bone marrow-derived stroma cells at grafting onto neural tissue after ischemic injury in vitro. Genes&Cells.10(1): 51-61.
  9. Tsupykov O, Kyryk V, Smozhanik E, Rybachuk O, Butenko G, , Skibo G. Pivneva T (2014) Long-term fate of grafted hippocampal neural progenitor cells following ischemic injury. J Neurosci Res. 92(8):964-74 
  10. Rybachuk O.A., Pivneva T.A. (2014) Contribution of Neural Stem Cells to Regeneration of the Central Nervous System. Internl. J. Physiol. Pathophysiol. 5, (1): 83-96. 
  11. Rybachuk O.A., Kyryk V.M, Poberezhnyi P.A., Butenko G.M., Skibo G.G., Pivneva T.A (2014) “Effect of bone marrow multipotent mesenchymal stromal cells on the neural tissue after ischemic injury in vitro”, Cell and organ transplantology, - 2(1): 96-100. 
  12. Zabenko Ye., Pivneva T. Behavioral reactions and structural alterations of hippocampal tissue after repetitive mild traumatic brain injury in mice (2014) Biologia 59 (2), 63-71  
  13. Reyes-Haro D., Bulavina L., Pivneva T. (2013) “La glía, el pegamento de las ideas” Ciencia Revista de la Academia Mexicana de Ciencias, A.C. 2: 1-8 
  14. Rybachuk. O. A, Kyryk V.M., Tsupykov O.M., Butenko G.M., Skybo G.G., Pivneva T.A. (2013) Exogenous neural stem cells affect the post-ischemic nerve tissue in vitro.Problems of Cryobiology and Cryomedicine. 23(4): 363–367. 
  15. Tsupykov O. M., Kyryk V. M., Rybachuk O. A., Poberezhnyi P. A., Mamchur A. A., Butenko G. M., Pivneva T. A., Skibo G. G. (2013) Effect of neural stem cell transplantation on cognitive functions of mice after cerebral ischemia-reperfusion.Cell and organ transplantology.1(2): 92-95 
  16. Tress О, Maglione M, May M, Pivneva T, Richter N, Seyfarth J, Binder S , Zlomuzica A., Seifert G., Theis M., Dere E., Kettenmann H., Willecke K. (2012) Panglial gap junctional communication is essential for maintenance of myelin in the central nervous system. J. Neurosci. 32(22):7499-7518. 
  17. Kopach O, Kruglikov I, Pivneva T, Voitenko N, Verkhratsky A, Fedirko N. (2011) Mitochondria adjust Ca(2+) signaling regime to a pattern of stimulation in salivary acinar cells. Biochim Biophys Acta. 1813(10):1740-8. 
  18. Tsupykov O.M., Poddubnaya A.O., Smozhanyk K.G., Kyryk V.M., Kuchouk O.V., Butenko G.M, Semenova E.A., Pivneva T.A., Skibo G.G. ( 2011) Integration of grafted neural progenitor cells in host hippocampal circuitry after ischemic injury. Neurophysiology., 43(4): 372-375. 
  19. Reyes-Haro D, Müller J, Boresch M, Pivneva T, Benedetti B, Scheller A, Nolte C, Kettenmann H. (2010) Neuron-astrocyte interactions in the medial nucleus of the trapezoid body. J Gen Physiol., 135(6):583-94. 
  20. Pivneva T. (2009) Mechanisms demyelinization at the multiply sclerosis. Neurophysiology, 41(5): 429-441. 
  21. Müller J., Reyes-Haro D., Pivneva T., Nolte C., Schaette R., Luebke J., Kettenmann H. (2009) The principal neurons of the medial nucleus of the trapezoid body and NG2+ glial cells receive coordinated excitatory synaptic input. J. Gen Physiol. 134(2):115-27. 
  22. Pivneva T, Haas B, Reyes-Haro D, Laube G, Veh RW, Nolte C, Skibo G, Kettenmann H. (2008) Store-operated Ca(2+) entry in astrocytes: Different spatial arrangement of endoplasmic reticulum explains functional diversity in vitro and in situ. Cell Calcium. 43(6):591-601. 
  23. Pivneva T. (2008) Microglia in normal condition and pathology. Fisiol. Zh, 54 (5) :79-87. 
  24. Kopach O, Kruglikov I, Pivneva T, Voitenko N, Fedirko N.(2008) Functional coupling between ryanodine receptors, mitochondria and Ca(2+) ATPases in rat submandibular acinar cells. Cell Calcium. 43(5):469-81 
  25. Lebed YV, Orlovsky MA, Tsupikov OM, Pivneva TA, Skibo GG. (2008) Remodeling of ammon's horn during the first two weeks of experimental diabetes development. Fiziol Zh. 54(3):52-56. 
  26. Tsupykov O.M., Pivneva T.A., Kovalenko T.N., Osadchenko I.A., Vasilenko D.A., Skibo G.G. (2007) Behavior reaction of gerbils and structural changes in hippocampus after cerebral ischemia-reperfusion. Neurophysiology. 39(6): 458-468.
  27. Kovalenko T.M, Osadchenko I.O.,Tsupikov O.M,.Pivneva T.A, Shalamai A.S., Moibenko O.O.,Skibo G.G.(2006) Neuroprotective effect of quercetin on experimental brain ischemia. Fisiol. Zh 52(5): 21-27. 
  28. Jabs R., Pivneva T., Huttmann K., Wallraff A., Nolte C., Kettenmann H., Steinhauser Ch. (2005) Synaptic transmission onto hippocampal glial cells with hGFAP promoter activity. J. Cell Sci. 118 (Pt 16):3791-803.
  29. Stepanyuk A, Boychuk Y., Tsugorka T., Lushnikova I., Pivneva T., P. Belan (2004) Estimating transmitter release rates and quantal amplitudes in central synapses from postsynaptic current fluctuations. Fisiol. Zh. 50(4): 22-32.
  30. Ivanova S.Y., Lushnikova I.V., Pivneva T.A., Belan P.V., Storozhuk M.V., and Kostyuk P.G. (2004) Differential properties of GABAergic synaptic connections in rat hippocampal cell culture. Synapse, 53(2):122-130 
  31. Rappert A, Bechmann I, Pivneva T, Mahlo J, Biber K, Nolte C, Kovac AD, Gerard C, Boddeke HW, Nitsch R, Kettenmann H. (2004) CXCR3-dependent microglial recruitment is essential for dendrite loss after brain lesion. J Neurosci., 24(39):8500-8509. 
  32. Filippov V., Kronenberg G., Pivneva T., Reuter K., Steiner B., Yamaguchi M., Kettenmann H., and Kempermann G. (2003) Subpopulation of nestin-expressing progenitor cells in the adult murine hippocampus shows electrophysiological and morphological characteristics of astrocytes. Mol Cell Neurosci. 23(3): 373-82. 

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Isolation of Neural Stem Cells from the Embryonic Mouse Hippocampus for in vitro Growth or Engraftment into a Host Tissue
Authors:  Oksana Rybachuk, Olga Kopach, Tetyana Pivneva and Vitaliy Kyryk, date: 02/20/2019, view: 1442, Q&A: 0
For both stem cell research and treatment of the central nervous system disorders, neural stem/progenitor cells (NSPCs) represent an important breakthrough tool. In the expanded stem cell-based therapy use, NSPCs not only provide a powerful cell ...
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