Aleksandra Dyomina

Aleksandra Dyomina
Sechenov Institute of Evolutionary Physiology and Biochemistry

Master of Science

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Introduction
Aleksandra Dyomina currently works at the Department of Botany, Saint Petersburg State University. Aleksandra does research in Bioinformatics, Biostatistics and Botany. Their most recent publication is 'New records of lichens and allied fungi from the Leningrad Region, Russia. VIII'.
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September 2017 - March 2019
Saint Petersburg State University
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  • Master's Student

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Publications (13)
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Metabotropic glutamate receptors (mGluRs) are expressed predominantly on neurons and glial cells and are involved in the modulation of a wide range of signal transduction cascades. Therefore, different subtypes of mGluRs are considered a promising target for the treatment of various brain diseases. Previous studies have demonstrated the seizure-ind...
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Temporal lobe epilepsy is a widespread chronic disorder that manifests as spontaneousseizures and is often characterized by refractoriness to drug treatment. Temporal lobe epilepsycan be caused by a primary brain injury; therefore, the prevention of epileptogenesis after aprimary event is considered one of the best treatment options. However, a pre...
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The first detailed survey is presented of a recently discovered population of Erioderma pedicellatum , a globally rare lichen, in the primeval spruce forests of the Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia. Three subpopulations are described, located in the Levaya Schapina River basin, in the Kimitina River basin, and on the slopes of the extinct volcano, Nikol...
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Височная эпилепсия – одна из наиболее распространенных и тяжелых форм эпилепсии у людей, сложно поддающаяся терапии и приводящая к развитию коморбидных нервно-психических нарушений, поэтому поиск новых терапевтических мишеней для ее предотвращения и лечения является актуальной задачей. В настоящее время обсуждается роль нейровоспаления в эпилептоге...
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Eight species of lichens and seven lichenicolous fungi are reported for the first time for St. Petersburg, the whole Leningrad Region or its western or eastern parts. The lichen Xylographa septentrionalis is reported for the first time for Russia, Europe and Asia, the lichenicolous fungus Skyttea gregaria is new for Russia, the lichen Xylographa pa...
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Thirteen species and one variety of lichens, nine lichenicolous and two saprobic fungi are reported for the first time for St. Petersburg, the whole Leningrad Region or its western or eastern parts. The lichens Bacidina brandii, B. neosquamulosa, Porina leptalea, Rinodina aspersa and the lichenicolous fungus Scutula dedicata are reported for the fi...
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Fourteen species of lichens, fifteen lichenicolous fungi and one saprobic fungus are reported for the first time for St. Petersburg, Western or Eastern Leningrad Region. The lichen Lecidella meiococca and the lichenicolous fungus Tremella phaeophysciae are reported as new to Russia, the lichen Lecania sambucina and the lichenicolous fungus Endococc...
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The lichens of the Zapadny Kotlin Protected Area and neighbouring area of the fort «Rif» (Saint Petersburg, Russia) have been investigated for the first time. Altogether 181 species of lichen-forming, lichenicolous and non-lichenized fungi are reported from the protected area. Bacidina sulphurella (Samp.) M. Hauck et V. Wirth is new for Russia, Art...

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