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Nikolai Ivanovich Taratynov - bibliography

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Russian pathologist and military physician, born April 28, 1887, died 1919.


N. I. Taratynov:
• On the question of relation between local eosinophilia and formation of Charcot-Leyden crystals in tissues. Kazanskiy Medicinskiy Zhurnal   1913; 1: 39–54. [In Russian]

S. J. Ackerman, l. Liu, M. A. Kwatia et al:
• Charcot-Leyden crystal protein (galectin-10) is not a dual function galectin with lysophospholipase activity but binds a lysophospholipase inhibitor in a novel structural fashion. J Biol Chem. 2002; 277(17): 14859-68.

• In memoriam: E.N. Yaroshevskaya. Vestnik Instituta im. G.I. Turnera 2013; 8(61): 3. [In Russian]

G. Artemenko: 
• Interview with Olga Taratynova: “Character tempered during excursions”. 
  selo-kharakter-zakalyalsya-vo-vremya-ekskursij. Accessed 11 October 2014. [Rus]

G. Rykova:
• The Archaeology of Anxiety: The Russian Silver Age and its Legacy. 
  Pittsburgh: Univ. of Pittsburgh Press, 2007, 280 p.

L. P. Churiov, YuI Stroev, A. V. Kolobov, editors: 
•  Explanatory Dictionary of Selected Medical terms (Eponyms and Figurative Expressions). 
   St. Petersburg: ELBI-SPb Publ, 2010, p.234. 

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