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Mutations in human genes that increase the risk for severe influenza infection

https://doi.org/10.18527/2500-2236-2015-2-1-10-18

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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 based on individual genetic susceptibility to severe disease and/or the development of complications.

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O. I. Kiselev
Research Institute of Influenza
Россия
Saint Petersburg


A. B. Komissarov
Research Institute of Influenza
Россия
Saint Petersburg


O. S. Konshina
Research Institute of Influenza
Россия

Olga Konshina

197376, St. Petersburg, Prof. Popova str., 15/17 



M. N. Dmitrieva
Research Institute of Influenza
Россия
Saint Petersburg


E. G. Deyeva
Research Institute of Influenza
Россия
Saint Petersburg


T. V. Sologub
Research Institute of Influenza
Россия
Saint Petersburg


V. I. Pokrovskiy
Central Research Institute of Epidemiology
Россия
Moscow


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Для цитирования:


Kiselev O.I., Komissarov A.B., Konshina O.S., Dmitrieva M.N., Deyeva E.G., Sologub T.V., Pokrovskiy V.I. Mutations in human genes that increase the risk for severe influenza infection. Microbiology Independent Research Journal (MIR Journal). 2015;2(1):10-18. https://doi.org/10.18527/2500-2236-2015-2-1-10-18

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