Viktor B. Kazakevich
Born: August 27, 1963, Philkino, Sverdlovsk region, Russia, male
Mailing address: Dept. of Physiology, Belarusian State University, Nezhaleznasti Av., 4, 220030, Minsk, Belarus.
Tel.: +375 (0)17 209-58-06, Fax: +375 (0)17 209-58-08
2003 Ph.D. in Physiology (Institute of Physiology, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Dissertation title: "The investigation of nitric oxide regulation of central neurons involved in respiratory, locomotor and defensive behavior of Lymnaea stagnalis");
1980-1985 School of Biology, Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus (5-year Education Diploma in Physiology);
2008 - present: Associated Professor (Department of Physiology, School of Biology, Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus);
2004 – 2008: Senior Researcher (Laboratory of Thermoregulation, Department of Physiology, School Of Biology, Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus);
1992-2003: Junior researcher (Laboratory of Radiospectroscopic diagnostics, School of Physics; Laboratory of Thermoregulation,Department of Physiology, School Of Biology, Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus)
1985-1989: Junior researcher (Institute of Photobiology, National Academy of Sciences, Minsk, Belarus)
Chemistry School lecture/practical course (specialities "pharmacology", "ecology"): Basic Biology and Physiology of Human (28h lectures and 4h seminars);
Faculty practical* course (specialities "biology", "ecology" and "biotechnology"): Human Physiology (28h practicals);
Department lecture/practical course (speciality "biology"): Comparative Physiology (20h lectures, 14h practicals and 2h seminars);
Faculty laboratory* courses (specialities "biology"): Physiology (80h practicals and 2h seminars);
Sidorov A.V., Kazakevich V.B., Moroz L.L. Nitric oxide selectively enhances cAMP levels and electrical coupling between identified RPaD2/VD1 neurons in the CNS of Lymnaea stagnalis (L.) // Acta Biol. Hung. 1999. Vol. 50, № 1-3. P. 229-233.
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Sidorov A.V., Kazakevich V.B. Dependence of electric activity of motoneurons and locomotor behavior of Lymnaea stagnalis on environmental temperature (2001) J. Evol. Biochem. Physiol. Vol. 37, № 3. P. 252-258.
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Sidorov A.V., Kazakevich V.B. Еlectrical coupling between identified Lymnaea neurons: Nitric monoxide and temperature action // Protein Modules in Cellular Signalling. NATO Science Series: Life Sciences / Ed. L. Heilmeyer and P. Friedrich. 2001. Vol. 318. P. 150-153.
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