Maxim Shkurnikov
Maxim Shkurnikov
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Intracellular and extracellular microRNA: An update on localization and biological role
JA Makarova, MU Shkurnikov, D Wicklein, T Lange, TR Samatov, ...
Progress in histochemistry and cytochemistry 51 (3-4), 33-49, 2016
Dynamically regulated miRNA-mRNA networks revealed by exercise
AG Tonevitsky, DV Maltseva, A Abbasi, TR Samatov, DA Sakharov, ...
BMC physiology 13, 1-11, 2013
Relationship between lactate concentrations in active muscle sweat and whole blood
DA Sakharov, MU Shkurnikov, MY Vagin, EI Yashina, AA Karyakin, ...
Bulletin of experimental biology and medicine 150 (1), 83, 2010
Association of HLA class I genotypes with severity of coronavirus disease-19
M Shkurnikov, S Nersisyan, T Jankevic, A Galatenko, I Gordeev, ...
Frontiers in immunology 12, 641900, 2021
Noninvasive biochemical monitoring of physiological stress by Fourier transform infrared saliva spectroscopy
S Khaustova, M Shkurnikov, E Tonevitsky, V Artyushenko, A Tonevitsky
Analyst 135 (12), 3183-3192, 2010
High-throughput identification of reference genes for research and clinical RT-qPCR analysis of breast cancer samples
DV Maltseva, NA Khaustova, NN Fedotov, EO Matveeva, AE Lebedev, ...
Journal of clinical bioinformatics 3, 1-12, 2013
Integrative analysis of miRNA and mRNA sequencing data reveals potential regulatory mechanisms of ACE2 and TMPRSS2
S Nersisyan, M Shkurnikov, A Turchinovich, E Knyazev, A Tonevitsky
PLoS One 15 (7), e0235987, 2020
Extracellular miRNAs and cell–cell communication: problems and prospects
J Makarova, A Turchinovich, M Shkurnikov, A Tonevitsky
Trends in Biochemical Sciences 46 (8), 640-651, 2021
Modelling the metastatic cascade by in vitro microfluidic platforms
TR Samatov, MU Shkurnikov, SA Tonevitskaya, AG Tonevitsky
Progress in Histochemistry and Cytochemistry 49 (4), 21-29, 2015
Passing the anaerobic threshold is associated with substantial changes in the gene expression profile in white blood cells
DA Sakharov, DV Maltseva, EA Riabenko, MU Shkurnikov, H Northoff, ...
European journal of applied physiology 112, 963-972, 2012
Circulating micrornas
JA Makarova, MU Shkurnikov, AA Turchinovich, AG Tonevitsky, ...
Biochemistry (Moscow) 80, 1117-1126, 2015
Evaluation of potential reference genes for qRT-PCR data normalization in HeLa cells
NA Krainova, NA Khaustova, DS Makeeva, NN Fedotov, EA Gudim, ...
Applied biochemistry and microbiology 49, 743-749, 2013
In vitro and in silico liver models: Current trends, challenges and opportunities
A Poloznikov, I Gazaryan, M Shkurnikov, S Nikulin, O Drapkina, ...
Altex 35 (3), 397, 2018
miRNome of inflammatory breast cancer
DV Maltseva, VV Galatenko, TR Samatov, SO Zhikrivetskaya, ...
BMC research notes 7, 1-10, 2014
Analysis of plasma microRNA associated with hemolysis
MY Shkurnikov, EN Knyazev, KA Fomicheva, DS Mikhailenko, ...
Bulletin of experimental biology and medicine 160, 748-750, 2016
T-CoV: a comprehensive portal of HLA-peptide interactions affected by SARS-CoV-2 mutations
S Nersisyan, A Zhiyanov, M Shkurnikov, A Tonevitsky
Nucleic acids research 50 (D1), D883-D887, 2022
Highly informative marker sets consisting of genes with low individual degree of differential expression.
VV Galatenko, MY Shkurnikov, TR Samatov, AV Galatenko, IA Mityakina, ...
Scientific reports, 14967, 2015
Plasma levels of hsa-miR-619-5p and hsa-miR-1184 differ in prostatic benign hyperplasia and cancer
EN Knyazev, KA Fomicheva, DS Mikhailenko, KM Nyushko, TR Samatov, ...
Bulletin of experimental biology and medicine 161 (1), 108-111, 2016
Role of L1CAM in the regulation of the canonical Wnt pathway and class I MAGE genes
MY Shkurnikov, EN Knyazev, D Wicklein, U Schumacher, TR Samatov, ...
Bulletin of experimental biology and medicine 160, 807-810, 2016
MicroRNA hsa-miR-4674 in hemolysis-free blood plasma is associated with distant metastases of prostatic cancer
EN Knyazev, TR Samatov, KA Fomicheva, KM Nyushko, BY Alekseev, ...
Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine 161 (1), 112-116, 2016
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