Development of Recombinant and Immunobiological Preparations
Development of Genetic Engineering Immunomodulating Preparations
Development of recombinant vaccine preparates.
Development of Recombinant Vaccine Preparates
Synthesis and study of properties of cardiac and antitumor drugs using the methods developed at producing weapons of mass destruction.
Development of potential medical preparations for treatment of hyper beta-lipoproteinemia atherosclerosis and heart disease.
Perspective in synthesis of new pharmaceutical compounds based on phosphilipids and nucleosides, possessing anti-HIV and immunoadjuvant activity, and investigation of their interaction with cellular membranes.
Modeling of Neurochemical Mechanism of Neurodegenerative Disorders and Development on this Base of Highly Efficient Neuroprotectors.
Centrifugal Extractors for Processing Medicines.
Development of New Generation Biopesticides.
The Study of Molecular Mechanisms of Immunosuppressive Drugs Actions.
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Construction of Directed Action Molecules on Chosen Classes of Eucariotic Cells
Design, Genetic Engineering, Production and Physico-Chemical Testing of Biologically Active de Novo Proteins Incorporating an Alfa-Interferon Fragment. Biological Study of the Obtained Constructions
Development of the Technologies for Production of New Drug Delivery Systems.
Development of Technologies for Production of Drugs on the Base of Recombinant and Natural Proteins.
Role a Bacterial Antistressors in Virulence and Intracellular Parasitism of Legionella Pheumophila, Francisella Tularensis and Salmonella Typhimurium.
The Investigation of the Antiviral Activity of Aerosols of the Needle Trees Polyprenols.
Study of New Cell Differentiation factors as Potential Antitumor Drugs.
Development of the Amplificating Test-System and Equipment for Express-Diagnostics of Diphtheria by Using a Polymerize as Chain Reaction.
Development of the Amplificating Test-System and Equipment Set for Express-Diagnostics of Diphtheria by Polymerise Chain Reaction.