National Academy of Sciences of Belarus

STRETCHENOK Oleg Anatolyevich

Oleg Anatolyevich Stretchenok (18.10.1947, Kobrin, Brest region – 05.03.2010), chemist. Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (1994; corresponding member since 1989), Doctor of Chemical Sciences (1983).

Research in the field of hormone chemistry and hormonal reception. Investigated the structural organization and patterns of functioning of membrane recognition systems for hormone-glycoprotein complexes. Solved the problem of creating a complex of immunochemical microanalysis for assessing the functional state of organs and systems of the human body.

Author of more than 180 scientific papers, 35 inventions.

State Prize of the BSSR in 1988 for the creation of scientific foundations, the development of technology, the organization of pilot production and the introduction of radio diagnostic kits into the practice of healthcare.

Major papers:

  1. Роль стероидсвязывающих гликопротеинов крови человека в передаче гормонального сигнала в клетке // Физиологический журнал СССР им. И.М.Сеченова. 1990. Т.76, №9.
  2. Specific steroid-binding glycoproteins of human blood plasma: novel data on their structure and function // J. Steroid Biochem. 1990. Vol.35, №5.
  3. О ранее неизвестном свойстве нормального иммуноглобулина М человека - способности специфически связывать тиреоидные гормоны // Доклады АН Беларуси. 1992. Т.36. №3-4.