ISSN 2500-2236
DOI-prefix: 10.18527/2500-2236

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Volume 5, Number 1, 2018
... losses in the poultry industry. The development of an effective and safe vaccine for the broad protection of poultry from H5N1 HPAIVs remains an important goal. Prevention of the virus transmission ...
Authors: Elizaveta Boravleva, Alexandra Gambaryan
Том 5, номер 1, 2018
... losses in the poultry industry. The development of an effective and safe vaccine for the broad protection of poultry from H5N1 HPAIVs remains an important goal. Prevention of the virus transmission ...
Authors: Е. Ю. Боравлева, А. С. Гамбарян
Volume 4, Number 1, 2017
... artificial ecosystems with a high density of objects of infection. Examples of such ecosystems are poultry farms, where highly pathogenic avian influenza viruses (HPAIV) occur. Analysis of the evolution of ...
Authors: Rustam N. Heydarov, Natalia F. Lomakina, Elizaveta Yu. Boravleva, Ivan S. Kholodilov, Alexandra S. Gambaryan, Vladimir M. Mikhailovich, Eugene E. Fesenko
Volume 5, Number 1, 2018
... , 4], horses [5], pigs [6, 7], poultry [1], ferrets ...
Authors: Kirill A. Vasilyev, Maria A. Yukhneva, Anna-Polina S. Shurygina, Marina A. Stukova, Andrej Y. Egorov
Volume 1, number 1, 2014
... infectious diseases was identified. Coronaviruses were introduced into the human population from the raccoon dogs and bats, influenza viruses affect mostly poultry and waterfowl, while the Ebola virus ...
Authors: Dr. J. Romanova, Editor-in-Chief
Volume 4, Number 1, 2017
... [5]. Sporadically, LPAIVs infect domestic animals and poultry, and can infect humans working on the animal and poultry farms causing the symptomatic disease. The disease induced by HPAIVs is more ...
Authors: Julia Romanova