Hardware and software for medical wide area network.
Development of a three-dimensional dosimetry planing system for radiation therapy.
Development of methods and technologies for utilization of O18 as a cytostatic in a novel approach to treatment for cancer.
Biomedical and Analytical Aspects of the Chemical Safety of Biosphere.
Development and Application of Mathematical Modeling for Nuclear Medicine Dynamic Studies
Development and Implementation into Practice of the Health Protection Device for Immunomagnatic Separation of the Human Bone Marrow Cells
Telecommunication System of laser Analyzers for Screening of Malignant Tumors
The Experimental Chemotherapy of Tumours Information System of Cancer Research Centre RAMS
New Approach to the Treatment for Advanced Primary and Recurrent Rectal Cancer Based on Cytoreductive Surgery and Controlled Flow-Through Intravenic Hyperthermic Chemotherapy
Investigation of Nonthermal Destruction of Malignant Tumors by Laser Radiation at Different Wavelengths
Development of Technique for Cancer Immunotherapy Based on the Complex Extracorporal Activation of Natural and Adoptive Immunity: Experimental and Clinical Studies
Complex Research into Thermoradiotherapy Efficiency Enhancement due to Simultaneous Action of Ionizing Radiation and Heat on the Tumour and Development of Relevant Equipment
Studies of the Superheavy-metal Effect as a Stress-factor on Protein Biosynthesis and Cytoskeleton Integrity in Animal Cells
Gastrin Modified Fragments as Drug Delivery Systems for Gastrointestinal Track Tumours Treatment Synthesis and Biological Efficiency Investigation
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Synthesis and Biological Efficiency Investigation of Gastrin Modified Fragments as Drug Delivery Systems for Gastrointestinal Tract Tumors Treatment
System for Optimization of Radiation Therapy by Photon and Electron Beams on the Basis of a Pencil Beam Algorithm. Phase 2: Introducing into a Clinical Practice and Improving
The Information System of the Department of Human Tumors Pathology at Russian Cancer Research Center, RAMS, on Formalized Gross Descriptions of Different Gastrointestinal Tumors in Oncologic Patients
Study of Ablation Processes and Potential Hazard to DNA in Pathological Biotissue Irradiated by High-Intensity Visible and Near IR Laser Pulses for Application in Oncological Practice
Design of the Novel Approach for Immunotherapy of Cancer and Autoimmune Diseases by the Use of the Allospecific Cytotoxic Lymphocytes
Early Luminescence Diagnostic of Endoscope Accessible Forms of Cancer for Risk Groups of Population Based upon Creation and Using of Nonphototoxic Photosensitizers of Malignant Tissue and High Sensitive Stroboscopic Oncofluorometer
Development of Fibre-Optic Dosimeters for Civil Nuclear Industry, Environmental Monitoring, and Medicine
Computer-Aided Design of Farnesylproteintransferase Inhibitors, Synthesis and In-vitro Estimation of Their Anti-cancer Action
Algorithms and Codes for Distant Ray Therapy Optimal Planning Based on Transport Theory and Parallel Calculations (Prototype of New Generation of Ray Therapy Computation Complex)
Methylation as Epigenetic Factor in Progression of Cervical Tumors Associated with Human Papilloma Virus Infection
Implementation of an Irradiation Base for Clinical Studies on Neutron Capture Therapy at the IRT MEPhI Nuclear Reactor with use of an Epithermal and Thermal Neutron Beam
Development and Preclinical Trials of the New Alkylnitrosourea Antitumor Drug Formulation
Multi-functional Bioactive Nano-structured Coatings for Load-Bearing Implants
Experimental Investigation of the Efficiency of Cancer Therapy by Carbon Ions at the TWAC-ITEP Facility
Investigation of the Correlation Between Physico-Chemical and Medico-Biological Characteristics of Organic Chemicals
Cyclophilin A: a Novel Granulocute-Stimulating Factor and a Radioprotector
Further Progress of Research and Development of Methods and Equipment for Simultaneous Action of Radiation and Heating (SARH) on Tumors for Increasing Therapeutic Effect
Construction of New Therapeutic Agents Based on Nanoparticles, Consisting of Cadmium and Food Plant Pigments for Neutron Capture-, Photodynamic- and Chemotherapy of Oncological Diseases