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

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Том 7, номер 1, 2020
... Пациенты детского онкологического стационара находятся в группе риска развития Clostridium difficile инфекции. ...
Authors: М. Г. Швыдкая, А. М. Затевалов, Д. Т. Джандарова, С. Д. Митрохин
Volume 7, Number 1, 2020
... Patients at the children’s pediatric oncological hospital are at risk of developing Clostridium difficile infection. ...
Authors: Mariya G. Shvydkaya, Aleksandr M. Zatevalov, Dzhamilya T. Dzhandarova, Sergey D. Mitrokhin
Volume 5, Number 1, 2018
... complications in the course of acute respiratory viral infections is determined by both the virulence of the virus itself and by the composition of the respiratory microbiota at the time of the viral infection ...
Authors: Andrej Egorov
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
... 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 4, Number 1, 2017
... For animal infection mouse-adapted A/CA/04/09 virus was obtained by 3 subsequent passages in mouse lungs. ...
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 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
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 fungal infection rate of the grain was calculated as the ratio of the number of grains from which these fungi were isolated to the total number of analyzed grains, and expressed as a percentage. ...
Authors: Aleksandra S. Orina, Olga P. Gavrilova, Tatiana Yu. Gagkaeva
Volume 4, Number 1, 2017
... Virus-containing allantoic fluids were harvested 48 h post infection. Cold-adapted strains were propagated at 32°C and harvested 90 h post infection. ...
Authors: Rustam N. Heydarov, Natalia F. Lomakina, Elizaveta Yu. Boravleva, Ivan S. Kholodilov, Alexandra S. Gambaryan, Vladimir M. Mikhailovich, Eugene E. Fesenko
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
... Confirmation of influenza infection Real-time multiplex reverse transcription (RT)-PCR was performed according to the procedures ...
Authors: Anna A. Sominina, Maria M. Pisareva, Mikhail P. Grudinin, Mikhail Yu. Eropkin, Nadezhda I. Konovalova, Vera F. Sukhovetskaya, Olga I. Afanasieva, Lubov V. Voloshuk, Andrey B. Komissarov, Zhanna V. Buzitskaya, Artem V. Fadeev, Kirill A. Stolyarov, Elizaveta A. Smorodintseva, Veronika S. Afanasieva, Marina A. Yanina, Vitalii V. Gonchar, Ludmila V. Osidak, Alexey A. Go
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
Volume 3, Number 1, 2016
... Until now, there were no registered severe cases of infection in humans with this type of viruses. ...
Authors: Yulia A. Desheva, Tatiana A. Smolonogina, Galina O. Landgraf, Larisa G. Rudenko
Volume 3, Number 1, 2016
... The first step in the development of infection is the interaction of the influenza virus glycoprotein – hemagglutinin (HA) – with neuraminic acid – the top residue of carbohydrate chains ...
Authors: Evgeniy V. Sorokin, Tatyana R. Tsareva, Anna A. Sominina, Maria M. Pisareva, Andrey B. Komissarov, Аnna А. Kosheleva
Том 4, номер 1, 2017
... We also performed a study of the efficacy of triazavirine against the A/California/04/2009 (H1N1)pdm09 lethal 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 3, номер 1, 2016
... Specific immunity developed after disease or immunization poorly protects against infection by influenza viruses of another subtype. ...
Authors: А.Ю. Егоров
Том 7, номер 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: А. Ю. Егоров, Ю. Р. Романова
Volume 3, Number 1, 2016
... Then, 50 µl/well of virus with a multiplicity of infection (MOI) from 100 to 200 focus forming units were added to each well except the control well. ...
Authors: Andrea Wolkerstorfer, Dietmar Katinger, Julia Romanova
Том 2, номер 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 ...
Authors: О.И. Киселев, А.Б. Комиссаров, О.С. Коншина, М.Н. Дмитриева, Э.Г. Деева, Т.В. Сологуб, В.И. Покровский