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Volume 4, Number 1, 2017
... In the experiments dealing with secondary bacterial pneumonia following influenza, the animals were infected i.n. with 0.5 MLD50/0.1 ml of mouse-adapted A/CA/04/09 virus. S. ...
Authors: Irina A. Leneva, Irina N. Falynskova, Nailya R. Makhmudova, Ekaterina A. Glubokova, Nadezhda P. Kartashova, Eugenia I. Leonova, Natalya A. Mikhailova, Irina V. Shestakova
Volume 5, Number 1, 2018
... This work was supported by the RSF-FWF grant No 18-45-05002 (A VLP approach to combat post influenza bacterial infections). ...
Authors: Andrej Egorov
Том 4, номер 1, 2017
... At doses of 50 and 100 mg/kg/day, triazavirine was highly effective in the treatment of the secondary bacterial pneumonia following influenza infection in mice. ...
Authors: И. А. Ленева, И. Н. Фалинскова, Н. Р. Махмудова, Е. А. Глубокова, Н. П. Карташова, Е. И. Леонова, Н. А. Михайлова, И. В. Шестакова
Том 5, номер 1, 2018
... This virus is capable to cause catastrophic pandemics with high mortality mainly due to the secondary bacterial pneumonia. ...
Authors: А. Ю. Егоров
Volume 7, Number 1, 2020
...  difficile infection in patients was carried out by the detection of toxins A and B in feces using a competitive ELISA RIDASCREEN test system (R‑Bio­pharm, Germany). ...
Authors: Mariya G. Shvydkaya, Aleksandr M. Zatevalov, Dzhamilya T. Dzhandarova, Sergey D. Mitrokhin
Volume 6, Number 1, 2019
... On the 21st day after infection, the blood sera of animals were collected. ...
Authors: Oleg P. Zhirnov, Tatyana E. Konakova, Darisuren Anhlan, Stephan Ludwig, Elena I. Isaeva
Volume 2, Number 1, 2015
... After a 2 h incubation at 37°C, non-bound mAb were removed and a mouse secondary IgG antibody bound to horseradish peroxidase (Sigma, USA) in PBS-M was added (dilution 1/10,000). ...
Authors: Vera Krivitskaya, Evgeniy Sorokin, Tatyana Tsareva, Ekaterina Petrova, Nadezhda Konovalova, Maria Pisareva, Zhanna Buzitskaya, Tatyana Smirnova, Anna Sominina
Volume 6, Number 1, 2019
... Since bacteria acquire resistance to antibiotics very quickly and the development of new antibiotics is a lengthy process, the search for new approaches to stop the spread of bacterial resistance is extremely ...
Authors: Alexander Zhivich
Volume 4, Number 1, 2017
... The first part of this review is focused on an analysis of the mechanisms of action of antibiotics that are used in clinical practice as well as the mechanisms of bacterial resistance. ...
Authors: Alexander Zhivich
Volume 7, Number 1, 2020
... Some colonies were reseeded into Petri dishes with the CRL and CRL.2 media using a bacteriological loop in order to obtain a pure bacterial culture. ...
Authors: Olga Y. Slovareva
Volume 6, Number 1, 2019
... Bacterial pellets were obtained from cultures by centrifugation at 5000 g (Eppendorf, 5804R) for 15 min. ...
Authors: Nikita D. Yolshin, Aram A. Shaldzhyan, Sergey A. Klotchenko
Volume 7, Number 1, 2020
... In this paper, we discuss the different hypotheses on the mode of action of this antibiotic with a primary focus on the bacterial membrane permeabilization as the main mechanism of action. ...
Authors: Alexander Zhivich
Volume 1, number 1, 2014
... Infectivity of viruses at different pH Vero cell monolayers were inoculated with viruses diluted to the multiplicity of infection (MOI) of 2 in MES infection ...
Authors: Mariia Sergeeva, Artem Krokhin, Mikhail Matrosovich, Tatyana Matrosovich, Markus Wolschek, Oleg Kiselev, Julia Romanova
Volume 2, Number 1, 2015
... The system of genetic control of innate immune responses to influenza infection and gene function allows for the development of systemic treatment of influenza with a focus on the phenotype of mutations ...
Authors: O. I. Kiselev, A. B. Komissarov, O.S.Konshina, M.N.Dmitrieva, E.G.Deyeva, T.V.Sologub, V.I.Pokrovskiy
Volume 6, Number 1, 2019
... The antimicrobial activity of the corresponding compound was determined by measuring the diameters of the inhibition zones of bacterial growth. ...
Authors: Nikita G. Sidorov, Alexey D. Kravchenko, Alexander V. Poddubikov, Vera G. Arzumanian 
Volume 3, Number 1, 2016
... The lack of population immunity to the periodically emerging pandemic influenza strains makes influenza infection especially dangerous. ...
Authors: Andrej Y. Egorov
Volume 5, Number 1, 2018
... The oral administration of live vaccines corresponds to the natural route of infection that leads to virus replication in the intestinal epithelial cells that cause a well-balanced and broad immune response ...
Authors: Elizaveta Boravleva, Alexandra Gambaryan
Том 7, номер 1, 2020
... Reliable information on the distribution of these bacterial strains in the Russian Federation is limited. ...
Authors: О. Ю. Словарева
Volume 7, Number 1, 2020
... The infection of people with bat (or human) betacoronaviruses can lead to the formation of memory B-cells that provide an accelerated antibody response to cross-reactive epitopes upon subsequent infection ...
Authors: Andrej Egorov, Julia Romanova
Том 4, номер 1, 2017
... The first part of this review is focused on an analysis of the mechanismsof action of antibiotics that are used in clinical practice as well as the mechanisms of bacterial resistance. ...
Authors: Александр Живич