Vol 8, No 4 (2018)

MOLECULAR BASES OF EPIDEMIOLOGY, DIAGNOSTICS, PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES

FOREWORD

Totolian A.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):405-406
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JUBILEE 2018: 110th ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDATION OF THE ST. PETERSBURG PASTEUR RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND MICROBIOLOGY AND THE 95th ANNIVERSARY OF THE NAMING OF THE INSTITUTE AFTER PASTEUR

Alekseeva N.G., Totolian A.A.

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Abstract. The article presents not previously published archive data and copies of documents about Lieberman Yakov Yulievich, the first director of the Petrograd Bacteriological Institute named after Pasteur (now called Saint Petersburg Pasteur Institute). Based on the personal testimony of Ya.Yu. Lieberman, Pyotr Petrovich Maslakovets and Georgii Dmitrievich Belonovsky (the founders and leaders of the Institute) preserved in the archive funds of the Directorate of the Federal Security Service (FSB) of Russian Federation for St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region, and taking into account the Act of the Commission for the Institute Inspection from December 1930, provided in the article, the authors consistently trace the path of transformations that the Institute has undergone since its foundation. These data are illustrated by copies of publication advertisements contained in the annual city reference book "All Petersburg" for years 1910, 1911, 1912, 1914, 1923, 1924, and 1925 (from the funds of the National Library of Russia). The article also contains copies of official documents dated 1913 and 1914 and stored in the funds of the Central State Historical Archive of St. Petersburg. All documents provided establish the fact that the date of creation of the Institute is 1908.

Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):408-417
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DISCIPLES OF PASTEUR FROM RUSSIA

Karapats M.M., Kraeva L.A.

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Abstract. Outstanding scientist, microbiologist, chemist Louis Pasteur left a great legacy to future generations: many discoveries in the relevant fields of science, a large number of disciples, followers and the Paris Institute, bearing his name. Among Pasteur's disciples were more than a hundred Russian scientists, whose fate was different. Some of them returned Home and were able to make a significant contribution to the development of microbiology and immunology in Russia. Not all the names of Pasteur's disciples are known to a wide range of microbiologists. Therefore, the article presents brief materials about some more or less well known scientists-followers of Louis Pasteur. L.S. Tsenkovsky may be considered the founder of microbiology in Russia, who in 1882 published the book "Microorganisms", and later was able to independently create a vaccine against anthrax. Numerous trips to the Pasteur Institute in Paris had a positive value — Lev Semenovich was able to assess how to be equipped laboratories that deal with serious problems in the field of microbiology. Students of Pasteur L.L. Heydenreich, A.D. Pavlovsky, M.F. Popov, A.I. Sudakov, A.A. Raevsky was able not only to develop scientific areas in microbiology, but also to transfer their knowledge to students of medical and veterinary faculties of universities in various cities of Russia, students of the St. Petersburg Military medical Academy and military doctors. I.I. Mechnikov and N.F. Gamalea were great friends and colleagues of Pasteur for many years. Together with Pasteur, they made a great contribution to the prosperity of the Paris Institute and the maintenance of the glory of its founder. The role of these scientists in the world heritage in the field of immunology and microbiology is difficult to overestimate. Associate I.I. Mechnikova was also D.K. Zabolotny, who managed to organize the departments of microbiology and epidemiology in several higher educational institutions of Russia and Ukraine. And, of course, the unsurpassed contribution to the organization of the Pasteur Institute in Russia on the model of the Paris Institute belongs to G.D. Belonovsky. Thanks to his efforts, the Sero-diagnostic laboratory gradually developed into the St. Petersburg Pasteur Institute. Many disciples of Pasteur laid the foundation of a number of scientific areas in Russia: microbiology, immunology, toxicology, hygiene. Thanks to the efforts of enthusiasts among the followers of Louis Pasteur managed to establish in Russia (St. Petersburg) Institute, similar to Paris, also named after him. Each of the disciples of Pasteur thanks to selfless work was able to prove his high rank and make a significant contribution to the development of science for the health of the population of the Homeland.

Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):418-424
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PYRAZINAMIDE/PYRAZINOIC ACID RESISTANCE IN MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS: RECENT FINDINGS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR IMPROVING THE TREATMENT OF TUBERCULOSIS

Anthony R.M., den Hertog A.L.

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Abstract. Pyrazinamide (PZA) is unique in that it is a component of the first line therapy for drug sensitive tuberculosis and in most current and experimental treatments also for multi drug resistant tuberculosis. Furthermore, PZA has been shown to help to ensure lasting cure and prevent relapse in shorter multi drug regimens. PZA is a prodrug. Mycobacterial tuberculosis (MTB) PncA enzyme activates the anti-mycobacterial prodrug PZA by transforming it into pyrazinoic acid (POA). The majority of clinical PZA resistant isolates contain mutations within the pncA gene and therefore remain sensitive to POA as they no longer activate PZA. Resistance to the active compound POA requires an alternative resistance mechanism and in vitro selected spontaneous MTB POA resistant mutants typically acquire a range of mutations in panD or mutations in one of a series of genes most of which are associated with the regulation of the bacterial stringent response. Clinically isolated PZA resistant MTB strains resistant to PZA and POA with mutations in any of these genes are unusual. Thus, it is likely the stringent response is critical for MTB in vivo and a damaged stringent response results in at least a reduction in fitness. Various lead compounds that disrupt the MTB stringent response have been identified that might form the basis for drugs with activity against latent mycobacteria with the potential to shorten tuberculosis treatment. Here we discuss the role of latency in the lifecycle of MTB and possible links to the activity PZA with a focus on potential new targets and drugs.

Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):425-434
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BIOFILM FORMATION INDUCED BY CLINICAL ISOLATES OF MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS

Ogarkov O.B., Suzdalnitsky A.E., Khromova P.A., Tsyrenova T.A., Sokolnikova N.A., Zhdanova S.N., Koshcheev M.E.

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Abstract. The data proving low probability of observing Biofilm Formation (BF) by contemporary clinical strains of M. tuberculosis growing on liquid medium in vitro are discussed. A hypothesis about the role of MDR/XDR development hindering BF production was proposed. It was found that strains capable of producing BF grow on Lewenstein–Jensen medium generated R-form specific colonies shaped as a disk with a convex center, “UFO-colonies”. Sixty seven “UFO”- strains were investigated to BF production, resistance to antibiotics and their belonging to the main epidemics clusters of the Beijing genotype (CC1 and CC2-W148). It was shown that MDR/XDR strains were also capable of BF production that, however, was remarkably more frequent in strains of CC1 and CC2-W148 genotypes. Thus, it was hypothesized that BF production might potentially influence an outcome of chronic forms of TB-infection.

Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):435-440
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GENETIC DIVERSITY OF MYCOBACTERIUM AVIUM subsp. HOMINISSUIS STRAINS ISOLATED IN ITALY BASED ON VNTR LOCI ANALYSIS

Menichini M., Genua F., Lari N., Rindi L.

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Abstract. Background. Mycobacterium avium subsp. hominissuis (MAH) is an important pathogen responsible for most of the human-associated nontuberculous mycobacteria infections. Over the past few decades the incidence of MAH infections is increasing in Italy, as in many countries worldwide. The present study is aimed to elucidate the genetic characteristics of MAH strains isolated from human patients using VNTR typing and to show the genetic relatedness among them.
Methods. The genetic diversity of 108 human isolates of MAH was determined by VNTR analysis targeting 8 loci, coded 32, 292, X3, 25, 3, 7, 10 and 47. Results. The VNTR analysis revealed 25 distinct VNTR patterns; of these, 13 patterns were unique, while 12 patterns were shared by 2 or more isolates, thus yielding 12 clusters including a total of 95 isolates. The discriminatory power of our VNTR analysis yielded an HGDI of 0.990, indicating that VNTR typing has an excellent discriminatory power. No association of a particular VNTR pattern with a particular clinical feature, such as the disseminated, pulmonary or extrapulmonary type of infection, was observed. Minimum spanning tree analysis showed that 21 VNTR patterns, occurring either as clustered or unique isolates, differed from the nearest one for one allelic variation.
Conclusions. The results obtained through the VNTR analysis showed that most MAH strains displayed a close genetic relationship. This high phylogenetic proximity of the VNTR loci over a long time period supports the concept that the MAH genotype is highly homogeneous in our geographical area, suggesting the hypothesis of the presence of possible sources of infection and transmission pathways at the local level.

Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):441-446
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RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF SLOVENIAN MYCOBACTERIUM AVIUM COMPLEX AND MYCOBACTERIUM ABSCESSUS COMPLEX ISOLATES AND MOLECULAR RESISTANCE PROFILE

Truden S., Žolnir-Dovč M., Sodja E., Starčič Erjavec M.

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Abstract. Mycobacteria belonging to Mycobacterium (M.) avium complex (MAC) and M. abscessus complex (MABSC) are the most frequent causes of mycobacteriosis in the world. In the last few years MAC and MABSC taxonomy was rapidly changing due to new molecular methods conveying the possibility to differentiate between species. New techniques are able to identify M. chimaera that was previously recognized as M. intracellulare and also differentiate subspecies of MABSC. Due to their natural habitat, non-tuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) are constantly exposed to various concentrations of antimicrobial drugs and other chemicals and consequently they had developed different mechanisms of resistance. Macrolides and aminoglycosides are frequently used drugs to treat MAC and MABSC infections. The aim of our nation-wide survey was to obtain information about MABSC subspecies prevalence in Slovenia and to assess the percentage of misidentifications of M. chimaera isolates as M. intracellulare in the past. Moreover, the purpose of our study was to reveal, which of the two species M. intracellulare or M. chimaera is clinically more relevant in Slovenia. Further, the aim of the study was to detect mutations in erm(41), rrl and rrs genes, which are known to convey macrolide resistance (erm(41) and rrl) and aminoglycoside resistance (rrs). One hundred and thirty-two Slovenian mycobacterial isolates obtained from the National Mycobacterial Collection that belong to MAC and MABSC were analysed. GenoType NTM-DR was used to differentiate M. intracellulare from M. chimaera and subspecies of MABSC. Our results showed that 48% of previously identified M. intracellulare isolates were actually M. chimaera isolates and that M. abscessus subsp. abscessus was the most frequent subspecies of MABSC. Most of the MABSC isolates carried the inducible macrolide resistance genes (erm(41) and rrl), however none of the isolates of MAC and MABSC had mutations in rrs genes for aminoglycoside resistance.

Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):447-451
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CURRENT POSSIBILITIES AND POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT OF MOLECULAR ENTEROVIRUS SURVEILLANCE. EXPERIENCE OF RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Lukashev A.N., Golitsina L.N., Vakulenko Y.A., Akhmadishina L.V., Romanenkova N.I., Sapega E.Y., Morozova N.S., Novikova N.A., Trotsenko O.E., Ivanova O.E.

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Abstract. Enteroviruses are small RNA viruses, which are ubiquitous and commonly cause outbreaks with various clinical manifestations. In 2006, the Program on enterovirus surveillance was approved in the Russian Federation. Over the last years, molecular-biological and bioinformatics methods for enterovirus epidemiology studies have been developed both in Russia and worldwide. Currently, identification of enteroviruses is carried out by analyzing nucleotide sequence of the full-length VP1 genome region (ca. 900 nt). Routinely, it is sufficient to obtain a partial VP1 genome region sequence (ca. 300 bp) for enteroviruse verification in most cases; however, a more stringent type criterion of 80% sequence identity should be used compared to the 75% sequence identity cut-off for the complete VP1 genome region. Further sequence analysis may be performed by using Bayesian phylogenetic methods, which allow using molecular clock to trace outbreak emergence. Enteroviruses accumulate about 0.5–1% nucleotide substitutions per year. Therefore, a short genome fragment may be used to analyze virus phylodynamics at the level of international transfers and circulating virus variants. On a shorter timescale, a full-length VP1 genome region or a complete genome sequence are preferred for investigating molecular epidemiology, because a short sequence allows to reliably distinguish not more than 1–2 transmission events per year. Thus, determining enterovirus sequences for full-length VP1 genome region or full-genome sequence is preferred for examining viral outbreaks. It is increasingly apparent that analyzing available enterovirus nucleotide sequences reveals limitations related to uneven surveillance efficacy in various countries and short length of genome fragment measured in routine control. As a result, a proper global-scale analysis of enterovirus molecular epidemiology remains problematic. Over the last 20 years, the number of available enterovirus nucleotide sequences increased by hundred times, but understanding emergence of enterovirus infection outbreaks remains limited. Further development of enterovirus surveillance would require new methods for sewage monitoring, affordable high-throughput sequencing and harmonization of global surveillance systems.

Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):452-464
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IMPLEMENTATION OF THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION WESTERN PACIFIC REGIONAL PLAN OF ACTION FOR MEASLES ELIMINATION

Antipova A.Y., Bichurina M.A., Lavrentieva I.N.

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Abstract. The Western Pacific Region (WPR) is comprised of 37 countries such as China, Japan, Mongolia, Republic of Korea, The Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Papua-New Guinea, Australia, including Pacific Island Countries and Territories (21 countries of PICTs, approx. 3 million people) etc., with a population of 1.85 billion people. Among them, China is the largest and most populous (1.3 billion people) country of the Region. Large measles outbreaks were documented to occur in the Region. In 2003, the Regional Committee announced officially about the WPR action plan on measles elimination 2005, which, however, failed. Since 2012, WPR countries joined the WHO 2012–2020 Global Measles and Rubella Strategic Plan performing a routine measles vaccination (national immunization schedule) or within Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI). Basically, a two-dose immunization strategy is followed in the WPR countries. Since 2002, measles supplementary immunization activities (SIAs) in children were conducted in the following countries: Japan, Laos, Vietnam, Philippines, Mongolia, Cambodia, Papua New Guinea, and China. Starting from 2005, measles management was considerably improved, demonstrating by 2012 decreased measles incidence rate down to 5.9 cases per million population. In last years, a decreased measles immunization coverage in decreed population groups was noted in the WPR countries that resulted in 2013–2015 measles epidemic involving almost all regional countries. In particular, in China measles incidence rate was 19.6 cases per million population, whereas in the Vietnam Papua New Guinea and Philippines it progressively increased reaching 182.8, 345.9 and 548.0 cases per million population, respectively. Early children not vaccinated according to schedule, adolescents and young adults dominated among measles patients. It was found that measles outbreaks were due to missed vaccination and increased level of vulnerability to measles. Children under one, adolescents and young adults who did not receive a two-dose measles vaccination were in risk group. Analyzing WPR measles epidemiology demonstrated that refusal of parents to vaccinate children, poor knowledge of advantages related to vaccination, insufficient immunization coverage in immigrants, travelers, subjects changing place of residence, workers of healthcare and educational facilities require special attention. In 2017–2018 season, the following measles genotypes were found in the WPR: D8 — Australia, New Zealand, Republic of Korea, Singapore, Japan; Н1 — China; В3 — Philippines, Australia and Japan; D9 — Singapore, Australia, Macau (China), Malaysia and Japan, Н2 strains endemic in Vietnam. According to the WHO, measles endemic transmission has been successfully interrupted; Australia, Macau, Mongolia and Republic of Korea are being verified to eliminate measles; Hong Kong (China) and Singapore (based on available information) are ready to verify measles elimination. Thus, in the Western Pacific Region measles elimination is achievable after solving current issues such as increasing and maintaining high-level routine vaccination and conducting measles supplementary immunization campaigns in epidemically important contact clusters.

Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):465-472
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SUMMARY OF INFLUENZA AND OTHER RESPIRATORY VIRUSES DETECTED AND CHARACTERIZED IN RUSSIA DURING 2017–2018 SEASON

Sominina A.A., Danilenko D.M., Komissarov A.B., Fadeev A.V., Pisareva M.M., Eropkin M.Y., Konovalova N.I., Petrova P.A., Shtro A.A., Stolyarov K.A., Karpova L.S., Burtseva E.I., Vasin A.V.

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Abstract. The influenza season 2017–2018 started significantly later compared to the five previous seasons. Influenza epidemic lasted for 12 weeks (weeks 6–17), was of moderate intensity and 10,4% of the population of the country was involved with children aged 0–2 and 3–6 years being the most affected groups as usually. The average hospitalization rate of patients with ILI and ARI was 2,6% and was the highest in infants aged 0–2 years (5,4%). The number of influenzaassociated deaths was two times higher this season compared to 2016–2017 which can be attributed to the circulation of A(H1N1)pdm09 viruses that still is the major cause of lethal influenza outcomes in the country. A total 72 759 patients were investigated by RT-PCR in 55 collaborating RBLs. Laboratory confirmed influenza (LCI) was detected in 12 149 (20.7%) cases, of which 39.3% were influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 viruses, 29.6% were A(H3N2) and 31.1% influenza B (Yamagata lineage) viruses. The first cases of influenza viruses were detected at the very beginning of the season (weeks 40–45.2017), however a distinct increase in the rate of detection was registered only from the week 2.2018 with the peak on the week 13–14.2018 and subsequent gradual decline up to the end of the season. The certain differences in the etiology of morbidity between Federal Districts were registered. The impact of influenza and other ARI agents in different stage of epidemic was determined. In the pre-epidemic period, the incidence growth was occurred mainly due to ARI agents (about 32,7%), especially due to rhinoviruses (RhV) and RSV (10.2 and 8.0% cases, respectively) while LCI were registered in 3.4% only. During the epidemic, the rate of LCI detection increased up to 29.2% at simultaneous decrease in frequency of parainfluenza, adenovirus, bocavirus, coronavirus and, especially, rhinoviruses, to a lesser extent RSV infection. In the post-epidemic period, the role of influenza A(H1N1)pdm09, A(H3N2) and В viruses decreased up to 6.1; 6.9 and 3.6%, respectively, with increase of rhinoviruses (9.5% of diseases). Genetic analysis of influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 and A(H3N2) viruses circulating in 2017–2018 season showed that all analyzed viruses by the structure of surface genes encoding antigenic determinants, in difference from influenza B viruses, corresponded to the vaccine strains recommended by WHO for the Northern Hemisphere for 2017–2018 epidemic season. However, significant changes in the internal genes of circulating viruses were revealed. The control of the susceptibility of 316 influenza A and B viruses to antiviral drugs showed that the absolute majority of them (99.7%) retained their susceptibility to neuraminidase inhibitors.

Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):473-488
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NEW OPPORTUNITIES TO IDENTIFY AND TYPE STAPHYLOCOCCUS spp. BY USING MALDI-TOF MASS SPECTROMETRY

Stepanov A.S., Vasilyeva N.V.

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Abstract. Mass spectrometry profiles of microorganisms obtained by time-of-flight matrix-associated laser desorption/ionization (MALDI-TOF) mass spectrometry are a source of information about peptide profiles can be used for microbial identification and typing. A variety of technical and bioinformational solutions complicate developing of a united mass-spectro-profile database. Staphylococcus spp. strains are good studied objects for identification by MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry, frequently resulting in nosocomial infections, especially in immunocompromised patients. Rapid differentiation of nosocomial, multiresistant and highly virulent isolates of Staphylococcus spp. Allows to reduce the lethality in weakened and immunocompromised patients. The study was aimed at assessing comparability and reproducibility of identification and typing results for Staphylococcus spp by MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry. Comparing 292 Staphylococcus spp. isolates in clinical specimens obtained fron the multidisciplinary hospital at the NWSMU im. I.I. Mechnikov was carried out by using MALDI-TOF mass spectrometer BactoSCREEN ID (Litech, Russia) and Bruker Biotyper 3.1 (Bruker GmbH, Germany). Comparability of Staphylococcus spp. identification showed that 95.9%; 12 isolates (4.1%) by “Bruker Biotyper 3.1” and 3 isolates (1.1%) by using “BactoSCREEN ID” were incorrectly identified. Repeated identification leveled the differences between the systems used. In addition, it was shown that the method of protein extraction did not affect reliability of Staphylococcus spp. species identification by using databases (÷2, p > 0.05) compared to intraspecific typing (÷2, p < 0.0001). Using different extraction protocols showed that Staphylococcus spp. mass-spectra differed by peak intensity level within the mass range up to 4000 m/z, 5300±600 m/z and 6500±500 m/z, as well as higher than 7000 m/z. Peaks of low-molecular weight peptides were detected under full protein extraction compared to sample preparation on plate extraction. To develop a unified protocol for mass-spectrometry profile processing, a reliability of the basic statistical variables (mode, median, maximum, minimum and arithmetic mean) was evaluated. Analysis of the median mass spectrometry profiles is recommended for Staphylococcus spp. intraspecific typing by using MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry as the most reproducible and consistent approach. As a result, two systems for MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry reliably identify Staphylococcus spp., but standardization of sample preparation and bioinformation analysis is required for Staphylococcus spp. typing.

Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):489-496
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TIME-KILL ASSAY: AN EFFICACY OF SYNERGY BETWEEN CARBAPENEMS AND CLODRONIC ACID

Afinogenova A.G., Voroshilova T.M., Afinogenov G.E., Maday D.Y., Spiridonova A.A.

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Abstract. Currently, a search for augmenting antibiotics activity is still crucial due to elevated frequency of detecting carbapenem-resistant Gran-positive bacterial isolates. To resolve this, it might be reasonable to combine carbapenems metal-â-lactamase (MâL) inhibitors. Unfortunately, no MâL inhibitors approved for treatment of carbapenem-resistant infections are currently available. Pathogenic bacteria may survive antibiotic attack, exert tolerance and persistence accompanied with the ongoing infectious process. In connection with this, determining dependence between antimicrobialrelated bactericidal effect and exposure time on microbes at 4, 8, 12 and 24 hours after the onset, a so called time-kill assay, is necessary. A synergy between both agents was noted upon reduced microbial population by ≥ 3 log10. A checkerboard array followed by seeding the microplate well contents onto a dense nutrient medium at various time points were used to assess a synergistic efficacy of carbapenems applied together with clodronic acid against MâL-producing VIMgenotype P. aeruginosa 532/14 clinical isolate obtained from patients with infectious complications (minimal inhibitory concentrations [MIC] for imipenem or meropenem were 512 μg/ml), microbial burden 106 CFU/ml. Optical density was measured at two wavelengths (490 and 630 nm) in ELx800 reader, within 4–24 hour exposure time to determine time of logarithmic growth phase emerging in test culture. It is noteworthy that magnitude of optical density is a difference between two bichromatic measurements resulting in remarkably reduced inaccuracy due to scratches or fingerprints left on the plate. It was found that clodronic acid exhibited a synergic bactericidal effect with carbapenems against a clinically resistant MâL-producing VIM-genotype P. aeruginosa 532/14 strain. Upon that, imipenem-related antimicrobial activity was evident as early as 8 hours after the onset decreasing cell growth down to 1.4 log10 compared to control, whereas 12 hours later it resulted in total inhibition of test strain by decreasing growth of the test strain by 6 log10. Meropenem in combination with clodronic acid showed a more pronounced activity: complete absence of P. aeruginosa 532/14 growth by 8 hours of incubation, growth suppression by 3.2 log10, which reached 6 log10 12–24 hours after the onset. Time-kill assay allows to identify efficient combinations of carbapenems and MâL inhibitors, which is of great importance for increasing therapeutic efficacy of patients with severe purulent-septic complications.

Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):497-502
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RESULTS AND DIRECTIONS OF ACTIVITIES TO ENSURE THE EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SAFETY OF THE POPULATION IN MODERN CONDITIONS

FEATURES OF HIV EPIDEMIC SITUATION AMONG CHILDREN AND TEENAGERS OF THE FAR EASTERN FEDERAL DISTRICT

Bazykina E.A., Trotsenko O.E., Turkutyukov V.B., Balakhontseva L.A., Kotova V.O.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):504
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MODERN CHARACTERISTICS AND TENDENCIES OF DIARRHEAL INFECTIONS EPIDEMIC PROCESS IN RUSSIA

Cherepaniva E.A., Goliusov A.A., Linok A.V., Filatov N.N., Simonova E.G.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):504
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ON THE TIMELINESS OF VACCINATION IN CHILDREN’S OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT

Golubkova A.A., Koltunova E.S., Platonova T.A., Olshvang O.Y., Zhilayeva I.V., Abdulvalieva V.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):504-505
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REGISTRATION OF DYSENTERY SONNEI CASES IN SPECIALIZED MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS OF THE LENINGRAD REGION

Istorik O.A., Mikhailova E.A., Chorniy M.A., Matveeva Z.N., Porin A.A., Kaftyreva L.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):505
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ZIKA FEVER IN THE WORLD AND THE RISK OF ITS DISTRIBUTION IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Khaitovich A.B., Lukyanova M.E.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):505-506
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MODERN PROBLEMS OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES PREVENTION IN PUBLIC HEALTH OF REPUBLIC OF GUINEA

Konstantinov O.K., Boiro M.Y., Lama N.E., Verigina E.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):506
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FECAL-ORAL MECHANISM IN THE GROUP AND EPIDEMIC STRUCTURES ON THE TERRITORY OF THE ROSTOV REGION WITHIN 10 YEARS

Kovalev E.V., Erganova E.G., Nenadskaya S.A., Slis’ S.S., Miroshnichenko G.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):506
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THE CHARACTER OF MICROBIOTA IN THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT OF THE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL AND ITS EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE

Kraeva L.A., Vainer L.B., Vinogradova K.E.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):506-507
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ETHICS OF VACCINATION AS THE CRITERIA OF THE SCIENTIFIC AND HUMANISTIC APPROACH

Kubar O.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):507
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ETHICAL CONSIDERATION IN CONCEPTION OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES ERADICATION

Kubar O.I., Bichurina M.A., Romanenkova N.I., Rosaeva N.I., Zheleznova N.V., Lavrentieva I.N., Antipova A.Y., Kanaeva O.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):507-508
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EPIDEMIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS, ETIOLOGICAL STRUCTURE AND MODERN METHODS OF DETECTION OF PATHOGENS OF ACUTE INTESTINAL VIRAL INFECTIONS IN ORGANIZED GROUPS

Malyshev V.V., Razumova D.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):508
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COMPLIANCE OF HEALTH CARE WORKERS WITH VACCINATION AS THE FACTOR OF FORMATION OF POSITIVE ATTITUDE TOWARDS VACCINATION IN THE POPULATION

Platonova T.A., Koltunova E.S., Olshvang O.Y., Golubkova A.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):508
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CLINICAL-EPIDEMIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTIC OF THE INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASES IN SAINT PETERSBURG

Purgina D.S., Lyalina L.V., Rassohin V.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):508-509
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THE USE OF CORRELATION ANALYSIS ON THE EXAMPLE OF INFLUENZA VACCINATION ON THE TERRITORY OF THE ROSTOV REGION

Slis’ S.S., Kovalev E.V., Nenadskaya S.A., Miroshnichenko G.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):509
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EPIDEMIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF INCIDENCE OF CHRONIC VIRAL HEPATITIS B INFECTION AMONG HEALTHCARE WORKERS IN ST. PETERSBURG IN 2013–2017

Vasilyev D.V., Pozhidaeva L.N., Chugunova G.V., Lyalina L.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):509-510
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THE PREVALENCE AND MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY OF STENOTROPHOMONAS MALTOPHILA IN THE INTENSIVE CARE UNITS

Zueva E.V., Ostankova Y.V., Zueva E.B.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):510
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MODERN METHODS OF MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTICS OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES

GENOMIC DIVERSITY OF NON-TOXIGENIC VIBRIO CHOLERAE EL TOR STRAINS AND METHOD FOR DIFFERENTIATION OF CHOLERA VIBRIOS WITH DIFFERENT EPIDEMIC SIGNIFICANCE, USING PCR

Agafonova E.Y.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):511
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DETECTION AND ANALYSIS OF CRISPR-CAS SYSTEMS IN PLASMIDS OF DIFFERENT BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS STRAINS

Arefieva N.A., Dzhioev Y.P., Stepanenko L.A., Borisenko A.Y., Chemerilova V.I., Vyatchina O.F., Sekerina O.A., Markova Y.A., Yurinova G.V., Salovarova V.P., Pristavka A.A., Zlobin V.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):511
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INDEL TYPING OF VIBRIO PARAHAEMOLYTICUS STRAINS ISOLATED DURING OUTBREAKS IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Chemisova O.S., Vodop’ianov A.S., Vodop’ianov S.O., Oleynikov I.P., Poleeva M.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):511-512
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EXPRESSION OF RECOMBINANT NS1 PROTEINS OF WEST NILE, DENGUE AND ZIKA FEVER VIRUSES IN NICOTIANA TABACUM FOR FUTURE USE IN DIAGNOSTICS

Dolgova A.S., Goptar I.A., Bulanenko V.P., Pushin A.S., Mitiouchkina T.Y.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):512
pages 512 views

WHOLE-GENOME SEQUENCING AS A TOOL FOR COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT OF THE PATHOGENIC POTENTIAL OF ANCIENT ARCTIC MICROBIOMES

Goncharov A.E., Krylenkov V.A., Kolodzhieva V.V., Khoroshilov V.Y., Kraeva L.A., Gorbunov G.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):512-513
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THE RESULTS OF THE RESEARCH OF USING A COMMERCIAL KIT FOR DETENTION THE RABIES VIRUS`S RNA IN THE COURSE OF EVALUATION OF THE INFECTION OF THE FIELD MATERIAL

Gradoboeva E.A., Poleshchuk E.M., Pogoda A.A., Sidorov G.N., Deriglazov I.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):513
pages 513 views

COLLISION OF CRISPR-CAS SYSTEMS WITH THE POTENTIAL OF VIRULENCE OF ESCHERICHIA COLI STRAINS THAT PRODUCE SHIGA-TOXINS

Ivanova E.I., Arefieva N.A., Dzhioev Y.P., Tunik T.V., Borisenko A.Y., Stepanenko L.A., Kungurtseva E.A., Grigorova E.V., Nemchenko U.M., Rychkova L.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):513
pages 513 views

NGS CAPABILITIES FOR THE STUDY OF ENTEROAGGREGATIVE E. COLI

Kechin A.A., Boldyreva D.S., Makarova M.A., Kaftyreva L.A., Scherbak S.G., Apalko S.V., Filipenko M.L., Sarana A.M., Churina M.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):513-514
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ALGORITHM OF EXPRESS LABORATORY DIAGNOSTICS IN THE STUDY OF DIPHTHERIA

Khamdulaeva G.N., Kraeva L.A., Bespalova G.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):514
pages 514 views

MODERN LABORATORY DIAGNOSTICS OF ESСHERICHIOSIS

Makarova M.A., Matveeva Z.N., Kaftyreva L.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):514-515
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COMPARISON OF PHENOTYPIC AND MOLECULAR-GENETIC PROPERTIES OF THE STRAINS NEISSERIA MENINGITIDIS ISOLATED FROM PATIENTS WITH GENERALIZED FORMS OF MENINGOCOCCAL INFECTION AND CARRIERS

Martens E.A., Sidorenko S.V., Zhelezova L.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):515
pages 515 views

MOLECULAR TYPING IN RESEARCH OF EPIDEMICAL CHOLERA MANIFESTATION

Mironova L.V., Khunkheeva Z.Y., Ponomareva A.S., Gladkikh A.S., Bochalgin N.O., Basov E.A., Balakhonov S.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):515
pages 515 views

PCR FOR DIAGNOSIS OF GONOCOCCAL INFECTION: PANACEA OR ESCAPE FROM REALITY

Nikolaeva N.V., Godovalov A.P., Karpunina T.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):515-516
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EXPERIENCE OF EXPANDED PRIMER SET USING FOR DETECTION OF THE PATHOGENIC POTENTIAL OF ESCHERICHIA COLI

Orishak E.A., Kosyakova K.G., Nilova L.J., Kameneva O.A., Listopadova A.P., Novikova V.P., Oganesyan E.G.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):516
pages 516 views

HEPATITIS B VIRUS IDENTIFICATION IN THE ENSURING INFECTIOUS SAFETY OF BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS

Ostankova Y.V., Zueva E.B., Valutite D.E.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):516
pages 516 views

THE USE OF RAPD-PCR FOR GENOTYPING OF S. ENTERITIDIS ISOLATED DURING THE OUTBREAK

Porin A.A., Makarova M.A., Matveeva Z.N., Mikhailov N.V., Kaftyreva L.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):517
pages 517 views

A NEW VISION AT THE IDENTIFICATION OF THERMOTOLERANT CAMPYLOBACTERS

Porin A.A., Matveeva Z.N.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):517
pages 517 views

IDENTIFICATION OF ROTAVIRUS IAND E-GENOTYPES BY MULTIPLEX PCR METHOD

Sashina T.A., Morozova O.V., Epifanova N.V., Migunova T.A., Polyakov N.A., Novikova N.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):517-518
pages 517-518 views

CXCL10 GENE PROMOTER POLYMORPHISM A-1447G MODULATES PROTEIN EXPRESSION IN SERUM AND ASSOCIATED WITH INVASIVE ASPERGILLOSIS IN FEMALE ONCOHEMATOLOGICAL PATIENTS

Taraskina A.E., Frolova E.V., Shadrivova O.V., Uchevatkina A.E., Filippova L.V., Ignat’eva S.M., Spiridonova V.A., Bogomolova T.S., Klimko N.N., Vasilyeva N.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):518
pages 518 views

DEVELOPMENT OF A PANEL OF MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES FOR STUDYING OF LOCAL PRODUCTION OF CYTOKINES IN CHRONIC RHINOSINUSITIS

Varyushina E.A., Zahkov A.V., Rodin S.V., Sineva S.A., Simbirtsev A.S.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):518
pages 518 views

ISLAND RND FOUND IN A STRAIN OF VIBRIO CHOLERAE ISOLATED IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Vodop’ianov S.O., Vodop’ianov A.S., Pisanov R.V., Borodina T.N., Oleynikov I.P., Titova S.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):519
pages 519 views

APPLICATION OF A COMPLEX OF METHODS IN LABORATORY DIAGNOSTICS OF WEST NILE FEVER

Zamarina T.V., Khrapova N.P., Tkachenko G.A., Baturin A.A., Ledeneva M.L., Lemasova L.V., Sharov T.N., Kuzyutina Y.A., Markin A.M., Teteryatnikova N.N.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):519
pages 519 views

THE USE OF MOLECULAR GENETIC METHOD TO DETERMINE THE ETIOLOGY OF COMMUNITYACQUIRED PNEUMONIA IN SERVICEMEN

Zhogolev S.D., Kulikov P.V., Zhogolev K.D., Aminev R.M., Roubova S.R., Kuzin A.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):519
pages 519 views

VIRAL INFECTIONS MANAGED BY MEANS OF VACCINATION AT THE STAGE OF DESTRUCTION AND ELIMINATION

PROCESS FOR IMPLEMENTING POLIOVIRUS ENVIRONMENTAL SURVEILLANCE IN COTE D’IVOIRE FROM DECEMBER 2016 TO DECEMBER 2017

Adjogoua E.V., Coulibaly F., Ouattara A., Kadjo H., Guidy F., Brou M., Kra E., Tieoulou L., Kouadio H.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):520
pages 520 views

ANALYSIS OF MEASLES CASES IN CHILDREN DURING THE OUTBREAK IN MONGOLIA, 2015

Altanzul B., Burgasova O.A., Baigal V., Khorolgarav G., Chinbayar T., Sin K.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):520
pages 520 views

DETECTION OF PRIMATE ERYTHROPARVOVIRUS 1 DNA IN BLOOD SERUM OF PATIENTS WITH ERYTHEMA

Antipova A.Y., Zheleznova N.V., Bichurina M.A., Lavrentieva I.N.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):520
pages 520 views

STUDY ON HERD IMMUNITY AGAINST INFLUENZA VIRUS AMONG THE POPULATION OF ALMATY REGION IN 2017–2018

Baimukhametova A.M., Glebova T.I., Ongarbayeva N.S., Shamenova M.G., Saktaganov N.T., Baiseiit S.B., Lukmanova G.V., Klivleyeva N.G.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):521
pages 521 views

CIRCULATION OF INFLUENZA VIRUSES AMONG HUMANS AND SWINE IN THE REGIONS OF NORTHERN AND WESTERN KAZAKHSTAN IN 2017–2018

Baiseiit S.B., Ongarbayeva N.S., Kalkozhayeva M.K., Shamenova M.G., Saktaganov N.T., Lukmanova G.V., Klivleyeva N.G.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):521
pages 521 views

CHARACTERIZATION OF ENTEROVIRUSES BY NEXT-GENERATION SEQUENCING

Bessaud M., Joffret M., Polston P., Achouri E., Delpeyroux F.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):521
pages 521 views

EPIDEMIC RISE OF INFLUENZA IN ST. PETERSBURG IN JANUARY-MARCH 2018

Bichurina M.A., Petrova P.A., Go A.A., Chkhyndzheriya I.G., Voloshchuk L.V., Pisareva M.M., Konovalova N.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):521-522
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MEASLES AND RUBELLA IN NORTH-WEST REGION OF RUSSIA AT THE STAGE OF ELIMINATION

Bichurina M., Zheleznova N., Timofeeva E.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):522
pages 522 views

EVOLUTION OF THE VP1 REGION TYPE 2 VACCINE-DERIVED POLIOVIRUS SHEDDING FROM AN IMMUNOCOMPROMISED ALGERIAN CHILD

Boulahbal-Anes D., Chikhaoui S., Bouraoude S., Chouchane A., Joffret M., Delpeyroux F., Seghier M.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):522-523
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EPIDEMIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF MEASLES

Buntovskaia A.S., Peleshok S.A., Bolekhan V.N.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):523
pages 523 views

INTRATYPIC DIFFERENTIATION OF POLIOVIRUSES IN THE INTER-POLIO LABORATORY OF THE INSTITUT PASTEUR OF COTE D’IVOIRE IN 2002–2017: WHAT EVOLUTION?

Coulibaly F., Adjogoua E.V., Ouattara A., Kadjo H., Akran V., Kouakou B., Kra E., Tieoulou L., Kouadio H., Guidy F.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):523
pages 523 views

EPIDEMIOLOGICAL MONITORING OF POLIOMYELITIS IN THE CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC FROM 2004 TO 2017 AND IMPLEMENTATION OF POLIOVIRUS ENVIRONMENTAL SURVEILLANCE IN BANGUI IN 2017

Doté J., Mbelesso P., Mazitchi A., Manirakiza A., Mbailao R., Ndjapou S., Sawadogo E., Binza U., Manengu C., Gouandjika-Vasilache I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):523-524
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CIRCULATION OF THE EPIDEMIC VARIANT OF NOROVIRUS GII.4_SYDNEY2012 IN NIZHNY NOVGOROD, RUSSIA

Epifanova N.V., Zverev V.V., Sashina T.A., Khokhlova N.M., Kashnikov A.Y., Novikova N.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):524
pages 524 views

INFLUENCE OF VAGINAL MICROBIOTA ON THE ACTIVITY OF HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS

Ermolenko D.K., Zakrevskaya A.V., Kulyashova L.B., Roshchina N.G.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):524
pages 524 views

EMERGENCE OF VACCINE-DERIVED POLIOVIRUSES DURING EBOL A VIRUS DISEASE OUTBREAK IN GUINEA, 2014–2015

Fernandez-Garcia M.D., Majumdar M., Kebe O., Fall A.D., Kone M., Kande M., Dabo M., Sylla M.S., Sompare D., Howard W., Faye O., Martin J., Ndiaye K.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):525
pages 525 views

ENTEROVIRUS INFECTION IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION IN 2008–2018

Golitsyna L.N., Zverev V.V., Fomina S.G., Sozonov D.V., Novikova N.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):525
pages 525 views

MEASLES IN YEKATERINBURG: THE HISTORICAL PATH FROM THE PERIOD BEFORE VACCINATION TO THE STAGE OF ELIMINATION OF THE INFECTION

Golubkova A.A., Platonova T.A., Olshvang O.Y., Smirnova S.S., Kovyazina S.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):526
pages 526 views

GENERATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF GENETIC REASSORTANTS BETWEEN POTENTIALLY PANDEMIC VIRUSES (A/H9N2 OR A/H5N8) AND THE A/HONG KONG/1/68/162/35 (H3N2) MASTER DONOR VIRUS

Grishchenko V.I., Potapchuk M.V., Fadeev A.V., Tsybalova L.M.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):526
pages 526 views

FURTHER DEVELOPMENT OF “IgY-TECHNOLOGY”: AN ELISA SYSTEM BASED ON SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES FROM EGG YOLKS AS A SURROGATE VARIANT OF THE NEUTRALIZATION TEST

Ivanov A.P., Klebleeva T.D., Malyshkina L.P., Ivanova O.E.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):526-527
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REALIZATION OF POLIO ERADICATION PROGRAM IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION: CURRENT STATUS AND CHALLENGES OF THE PERIOD AFTER CERTIFICATION OF THE EUROPEAN REGION, 2003–2017

Ivanova O.E., Morozova N.S., Eremeeva T.P., Kozlovskaya L.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):527
pages 527 views

ENVIRONMENTAL AND HUMAN SURVEILLANCE OF POLIOVIRUSES AND OTHER ENTEROVIRUSES IN MADAGASCAR. IMPACT OF THE TRIVALENT TO BIVALENT ORAL POLIO VACCINE SWITCH

Joffret M., Polston P.M., Razafindratsimandresy R., Ghozlane A., Bessaud M., Heraud J., Delpeyroux F.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):527
pages 527 views

ENTEROVIRUSES ISOLATED FROM CHILDREN FROM MIGRANTS’ FAMILIES IN THE NORTH-WEST OF RUSSIA

Kanaeva O.I., Romanenkova N.I., Rozaeva N.R., Bichurina M.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):528
pages 528 views

DYNAMICS OF MORBIDITY OF THE WEST NILE FEVER IN THE ASTRAKHAN REGION

Karpenko S.F., Galimzyanov K.M., Kantemirova B.I., Arakelyan R.S., Kurbangalieva A.R., Shendo G.L.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):528
pages 528 views

DETECTION OF PARVOVIRUS INFECTION MARKERS IN RISK GROUPS

Khamitova I.V., Antipova A.Y., Averyanova M.Y., Levkоvskyi A.E., Ostankova Y.V., Semenov A.V., Chukhlovin A.B., Lavrentieva I.N.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):528-529
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CYTOKINE PROFILE IN ADULTS WITH RESPIRATORY SYNCYTIAL VIRAL INFECTION

Klimova I.A., Tokmalayev A.K., Polovinkina N.A., Konnov D.S.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):529
pages 529 views

SURVEILLANCE OF POLIOMYELITIS AND ACUTE FLACCID PARALYSIS IN THE SOUTH OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION IN 2013–2017

Kovalchuk I.V., Solomashenko N.I., Romanenko E.N., Romanenkova N.I., Zvolibovskaya A.V., Demina G.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):529
pages 529 views

OPTIMIZATION OF EXPRESSION, PURIFICATION, AND STABILIZATION CONDITIONS FOR FLG-HA2-4M2E, A RECOMBINANT PROTEIN IN UNIVERSAL INFLUENZA VACCINE

Kovaleva A.A., Shaldzhyan A.A., Zaitseva M.V., Stepanova L.A., Tsybalova L.M.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):530
pages 530 views

THE ROLE OF MORAXELLA CATARRHALIS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMPLICATIONS AFTER INFLUENZA AND OTHER ACUTE RESPIRATORY DISEASES

Kraeva L.A., Burgasova O.A., Petrova I.S.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):530
pages 530 views

THE IMPORTANCE OF PATHOGENICITY FACTORS OF SOME SPECIES OF STAPHYLOCOCCUS, STREPTOCOCCUS AND KLEBSIELLA IN DETERMINING THEIR ETIOLOGICAL ROLE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF INFLAMMATORY PROCESSES OF THE RESPIRATORY TRACT

Kunilova E.S., Kraeva L.A., Panin A.L.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):530-531
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PARVOVIRUS INFECTION: DISSEMINATION, MEDICAL-SOCIAL SIGNIFICANCE

Lavrentieva I.N., Antipova A.Y., Khamitova I.V., Bichurina M.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):531
pages 531 views

SENSITIVITY OF 2018 KAZAKHSTAN INFLUENZA TYPE B VIRUSES TO ANTIVIRAL DRUGS

Lukmanova G.V., Klivleyeva N.G., Baimukhametova A.M., Ongarbayeva N.S., Kalkozhayeva M.K., Baiseiit S.B., Glebova T.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):531
pages 531 views

EPIDEMIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF MEASLES OUTBREAK IN GUINEA 2017–2018

Magassouba N.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):532
pages 532 views

ASSESSMENT OF THE RISK OF MEASLES INFECTION IN HOSPITAL

Mamaeva T., Zheleznova N., Naumova M.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):532
pages 532 views

DEVELOPMENT OF PROTOTYPE OF UNIVERSAL INFLUENZA VACCINE BASED ON LIVE ATTENUATED INFLUENZA VACCINE VIRAL VECTOR

Mezhenskaia D.A., Кotomina T.S., Isakova-Sivak I.N., Matyushenko V.A., Evsina A.S., Kim M.C., Kang S.M., Rudenko L.G.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):532-533
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CIRCULATION OF COXSACKIEVIRUS A IN HANDFOOT-MOUTH DISEASE IN SOUTHERN VIETNAM, 2015–2016

Nguyen T.T., Vu T.T., Nguyen T.K., Phạm M.T., Tran Q.K., Hoang Q.C.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):533
pages 533 views

EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ADENOVIRAL INFECTION IN ST. PETERSBURG

Ovsyannikova I.V., Korokoz L.S.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):533
pages 533 views

CHALLENGES FOR POLIO ERADICATION. RISK OF RE-EMERGENCY OF INFECTION IN POLIO FREE COUNTRIES

Romanenkova N.I., Bichurina M.A., Rozaeva N.R., Kanaeva O.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):533-534
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ROLE OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF ENTEROVIRUSES IN ETIOLOGY OF INFECTION ON CERTAIN TERRITORIES OF RUSSIA

Romanenkova N.I., Bichurina M.A., Rozaeva N.R., Kanaeva O.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):534
pages 534 views

MOLECULAR-GENETIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE COXSAKIE A10 ENTEROVIRUS THAT WAS CIRCULATING IN THE CONSTITUENT ENTITIES OF THE RUSSIAN FAR EAST

Sapega E.Y., Butakova L.V., Trotsenko O.E.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):534-535
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DISTRIBUTION OF ROTAVIRUS G-, P-, I-, AND E-GENOTYPES IN NIZHNY NOVGOROD, RUSSIA

Sashina T.A., Morozova O.V., Epifanova N.V., Migunova T.A., Polyakov N.A., Novikova N.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):535
pages 535 views

DIAGNOSIS OF CYTOMEGALOVIRUS AND PARVOVIRUS B19 INFECTIONS IN SPECIAL GROUPS OF PATIENTS

Semenov V.M., Dmitrachenko T.I., Harbachou V.U., Rednenko A.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):535
pages 535 views

IMPROVEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY OF PRODUCTION OF HERPETIC VACCINE, CULTURAL, INACTIVE

Shitikova G.S., Turova E.P.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):535-536
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IMMUNIZATION WITH UNIVERSAL INFLUENZA VACCINE ENHANCES IMMUNE RESPONSE TO SUBSEQUENT INFECTION

Shuklina M.A., Stepanova L.A., Vidyaeva I.G., Korotkov A.V., Eletskaya E.I., Tsybalova L.M.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):536
pages 536 views

FEATURES OF POPULATION IMMUNITY AGAINST MEASLES AND RUBELLA VIRUSES. WHY DO ADULTS SUFFER?

Smerdova M.A., Toptygina A.P., Naumova M.A., Vladimirova N.P., Mamaeva T.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):536
pages 536 views

RISK FACTORS FOR SARI AND INFLUENZA VACCINE EFFECTIVENESS IN SENTINEL SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM IN RUSSIA, THE SEASON 2017–2018

Smorodintseva E.A., Sominina A.A., Stolyarov K.A., Melnikova A.A., Ezhlova E.B.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):537
pages 537 views

RESULTS OF MOLECULAR DETECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF INFLUENZA AND OTHER RESPIRATORY VIRUSES IN RUSSIA, SEASON 2017–2018

Sominina A.A., Danilenko D.M., Komissarov A.B., Fadeev A.V., Pisareva M.M., Stolyarov K.A., Karpova L.S., Burtseva E.I., Vasin A.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):537
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PROSPECTS FOR MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES USING IN DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF ADENOVIRUS INFECTION

Timoshicheva T.A., Amosova I.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):537-538
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THE ROLE OF MOLECULAR-GENETIC RESEARCH IN THE SYSTEM OF EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SURVEILLANCE OVER ENTEROVIRUS INFECTION IN THE RUSSIAN FAR EAST AND SIBERIA

Trotsenko O.E., Sapega E.Y., Butakova L.V., Molochniy V.P., Chepel T.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):538
pages 538 views

CONTROL OF INFLUENZA VIA VACCINES: CHALLENGES AND PERSPECTIVES AS VIEWED BY VARIOUS STAKEHOLDERS

Vasiliev Y.M.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):538
pages 538 views

CROSS-ANTIGENIC AND IMMUNOGENIC FEATURES OF CANONICAL AND NEW GENOGROUPS OF ENTEROVIRUS 71

Volle R., Luo L., Razafindratsimandresy R., SadeuhMba S., Gouandjika I., Horwood P., Duong V., Buchy P., Huang Z., Duizer E., Martin J., Chakrabarti L.A., Dussart P., Delpeyroux F.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):538-539
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CLINICAL-LABORATORY CHARACTERISTICS OF INFLUENZA INFECTION IN HOSPITALIZED ADULT PATIENTS IN THE EPIDEMIC SEASON 2017–2018

Voloshchuk L.V., Go A., Bichurina M.A., Guzhov D.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):539
pages 539 views

VACCINE PROPHYLAXIS, DIAGNOSTICS AND GENOTYPES OF MUMPS (EPIDEMIC PAROTITIS) VIRUS

Yuminova N.V., Kontarov N.A., Pogarskaya I.V., Kovaleva L.G., Alexander S.K., Grishunina Y.B.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):539-540
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INFLUENCE OF THE NEWCASTLE DISEASE VIRUS ON SOME INDICES OF CELL-MEDIATED IMMUNITY IN TUMOR-BEARING RATS

Zlatnik E.Y., Sitkovskaya A.O., Shulgina O.G., Bondarenko E.S., Zolotarev E.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):540
pages 540 views

THE EFFECT OF PARVOVIRUS B19 INFECTION ON RESULTS OF CHEMOTHERAPY IN PATIENTS WITH LYMPHOMA

Zykova T.A., Kit O.I., Lysenko I.B., Shevyakova E.A., Nikolaeva N.V., Shatokhina O.N., Kapuza E.A., Pushkareva T.F.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):540
pages 540 views

ASSOCIATION BETWEEN HERPES VIRUS INFECTION AND INDICATORS OF OXIDATIVE STATUS OF TUMOR TISSUE IN GASTRIC CANCER

Zykova T.A., Kit O.I., Shevyakova E.A., Bogomolova O.A., Gevorkyan Y.A., Goroshinskaya I.A., Kachesova P.S., Nemashkalova L.A., Chudilova A.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):540-541
pages 540-541 views

ZOONOTIC AND PARASITIC INFECTIONS: CLINICAL, EPIDEMIOLOGICAL AND LABORATORY ASPECTS

PCR ANALYSIS IN THE REAL TIME REGIMEN AS A LONG-TERM METHOD FOR LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS OF RICKETTSIOSIS

Alieva E.E., Bondarenko E.I., Gafarova M.T., Malyi K.D., Verbenets E.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):542
pages 542 views

LESIONS OF THE GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT IN SCHOOLCHILDREN INVASED BY LAMBLIA

Arakelyan R.S., Okunskaya E.I., Sergeeva N.A., Karpenko S.F., Galimzyanov K.M., Konnovа O.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):542
pages 542 views

CLINICAL-EPIDEMIOLOGICAL AND LABORATORYINSTRUMENTAL ASPECTS OF NON-ERYTHEMATOUS FORM IN PATIENTS WITH TICK-BORNE BORRELIOSIS

Bergelson T.M., Nafeev A.A., Polushkin A.V., Nafeeva A.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):542-543
pages 542-543 views

DETECTION OF GENETIC MARKERS OF TICK-BORNE RICKETTSIOSIS WITH THE PCR

Bondarenko E.I., Gafarova M.T., Shchuchinova L.D., Shchuchinov L.V., Shvalov A.N., Lubova V.A., Leonova G.N.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):543
pages 543 views

DATABASE OF LEPTOSPIRA PROTEIN SPECTRA FOR MASS-SPECTROMETRY IDENTIFICATION

Breneva N.V., Samsonova A.P., Petrov E.M., Konovalova Z.A., Ostyak A.S., Balakhonov S.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):543-544
pages 543-544 views

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY APPLICATION FOR NATURAL FOCI INFECTIONS MONITORING AND PREDICTION

Burdakov A.V., Ukharov A.O.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):544
pages 544 views

ANALYSIS AND FORECASTING INCIDENCE OF BRUCELLOSIS IN THE REPUBLIC OF DAGESTAN

Dalgatova A.A., Sayapina L.V., Postupailo V.B., Burgasova O.A., Nikityuk N.F.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):544
pages 544 views

THE DYNAMICS OF TICK VECTORS INFECTION RATE WITH IXODIC TICK BORRELIOSIS CAUSATIVE AGENTS IN KHABAROVSK REGION DURING THE EPIDEMIC SEASON OF 2017–2018

Dragomeretskaya A.G., Romanova A.P., Trotsenko O.E., Mzhelskaya T.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):544-545
pages 544-545 views

PATHOGENS, PESTICIDE RESISTANCE AND GENETIC DIVERSITY OF HUMAN HEAD LICE

Eremeeva M.E., Anderson M., Ogunleke T., Warang S., Capps D., Zohdy S., Durden L.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):545
pages 545 views

WHOLE GENOME-BASED CHARACTERIZATION OF COXIELLA BURNETII STRAINS ISOLATED IN RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Freylikhman O.A., Kiselev A.M., Sergushichev A.A., Kazakov S.V., Panferova Y.A., Kostareva A.A., Tokarevich N.K.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):545
pages 545 views

INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIVE PROJECT ON TICK-BORNE ENCEPHALITIS IN THE BARENTS REGION

Freylikhman O., Panferova Y., Tokarevich N., Paulsen K.M., Soleng A., Edgar K.S., Kjelland V., Stuen S., Jenkins A., Stoyanova N., Blinova O., Voloshuk M., Sokolova O., Gorbatova M., Bubnova L., Komissarova M., Chkhindzheriya I., Shapar A., Madoyan A., Zabolotnov A., Kalinina E., Stankevich A., Tronin A., Karan L., Andreassen A.K.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):546
pages 546 views

IS THERE A TRANSOVARIAL TRANSMISSION OF TAIGA TICK (IXODES PERSULCATUS Sch.) AND THE SHEEP TICK (IXODES RICINUS (L.)) THE CAUSATIVE AGENT OF IXODID TICK-BORNE BORRELIOSIS (BORRELIA BURGDORFERI s.l.)?

Grigoryeva L.A., Miteva O.A., Myasnikov V.A., Gogolevsky A.S.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):546
pages 546 views

FEATURES OF BACILLUS ANTHRACIS IDENTIFICATION BY MALDI-TOF MS

Koteneva E.A., Kalinin A.V., Tsygankova O.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):546-547
pages 546-547 views

ETIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF MALARIA AND PREVALENCE OF HEMOGLOBINOPATHIES IN PATIENTS IN THE REPUBLIC OF GUINEA

Levkovskyi A.E., Lioznov D.A., Diallo A.H., Sow T.S., Diallo H.K., Dedkov V.G.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):547
pages 547 views

PECULIARITIES OF MASS SPECTROMETRIC ANALYSIS OF BRUCELLA S- AND L-FORMS

Ostyak A.S., Barannikova N.L., Yastremskaya K.Y., Gefan N.G., Mikhailova N.A., Balakhonov S.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):547-548
pages 547-548 views

COXIELLA BURNETII PREVALENCE IN TICKS IN THE ULYANOVSK REGION

Panferova Y.A., Freylikhman O.A., Tokarevich N.K., Nafeev A.A., Sibaeva E.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):548
pages 548 views

WHOLE GENOME-BASED PHYLOGENETIC DIVERSITY AND GENOMIC EPIDEMIOLOGY OF LEPTOSPIRA

Picardeau M.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):548
pages 548 views

MONITORING VECTORS OF TICK-BORNE BORRELIOSIS, HUMAN GRANULOCYTIC ANAPLASMOSIS, HUMAN MONOCYTIC EHRLICHIOSIS IN STAVROPOL REGION IN 2017

Purmak K.A., Markova M.Y., Solomashenko N.I., Halizeva V.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):549
pages 549 views

VARIABILITY OF THE LEVEL OF INFLUENCE OF RED VOLE POPULATIONS BY HANTAVIRUS PUUMALA IN THE REPUBLIC OF TATARSTAN IN 2015–2017

Savitskaya T.A., Isayeva G.S., Davidyuk Y.N., Rizvanov A.A., Shamsutdinov A.F., Kabve E., Martynova Y.V., Ismagilova R.K., Reshetnikova I.D., Trifonov V.A., Morzunov S.P., Khaybullina S.F.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):549
pages 549 views

EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SURVEILLANCE OVER TICK-BORNE VIRAL ENCEPHALITIS IN ARKHANGELSK REGION

Sokolova O.V., Kovrov I.K., Buzinov R.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):550
pages 550 views

IMMUNOLOGICAL SCREENING OF LEPTOSPIROSIS IN DOGS IN ST. PETERSBURG

Stoyanova N.A., Tokarevich N.K.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):550
pages 550 views

A SURVEY ON CASES OF TICK BORNE ENCEPHALITIS IN ST. PETERSBURG

Suzumova E.A., Tokarevich N.K., Stoyanova N.A., Blinova O.V., Telnova N.V., Shapar A.O., Aslanov B.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):550-551
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COOPERATION OF ZOOLOGICAL GROUP AND THE PCR LABORATORY FOR EVALUATION OF EPIZOOTICS IN REPUBLIC OF BASHKORTOSTAN

Sysa A.M., Gazizov R.R., Nigmatullina T.A., Kazak A.A., Kobyakov A.I., Ivanova O.V., Moskvina A.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):551
pages 551 views

THE IMPACT OF GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE ON THE INCIDENCE OF TICK-BORNE ENCEPHALITIS IN THE EUROPEAN PART OF THE RUSSIAN ARCTIC

Tokarevich N.K., Tronin A.A., Gnativ B.R., Buzinov R.V., Sokolova O.V., Blinova O.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):551
pages 551 views

PATHOGENETIC TREATMENT OF SEVERE P. FALCIPARUM MALARIA: APPROACHES TO OPTIMIZATION

Tokmalayev A.K., Chentsov V.B., Chernyshev D.V., Kozhevnikova G.M., Polovinkina N.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):551-552
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CURRENT PROBLEMS IN DIAGNOSTICS AND TREATMENT OF STRONGULOIDIASIS

Tokmalayev A.K., Polovinkina N.A., Konnov V.V., Emerole K.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):552
pages 552 views

ANALYSIS OF POPULATIONS OF BACILLUS ANTRACIS STRAINS ON THE BASIS OF THEIR RESISTANCE TO SPECIFIC ANTHRAX BACTERIOPHAGES

Tsygankova O.I., Koteneva E.A., Kalinin A.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):552
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COMPARATIVE CHARACTERIZATION OF SUBCULTURES ISOLATED FROM A POPULATION OF BACILLUS ANTHRACIS 1 (SO) STRAIN ON THE BASIS OF PHAGE RESISTANCE TO SOME SPECIFIC ANTHRAX BACTERIOPHAGES

Tsygankova O.I., Koteneva E.A., Kalinin A.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):552-553
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MODERN DIRECTIONS IN OPTIMIZATION OF RABIES SURVEILLANCE

Zubareva K.J., Simonova E.G., Raichich S.R., Shabejkin A.A., Guljukin A.M.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):553
pages 553 views

YERSINIOSIS: TAXONOMY, PHYLOGEOGRAPHY, POLYMORPHISM OF PATHOGENICITY FACTORS AND SELECTIVE VIRULENCE

YERSINIA PESTIS VOLE’S STRAINS: TAXONOMY, PHYLOGEOGRAPHY, POLYMORPHISMS OF PATHOGENICITY FACTORS AND SELECTIVE VIRULENCE

Anisimov A.P., Krasil’nikova E.A., Vagaiskaya A.S., Solomentsev V.I., Kopylov P.K., Ivanov S.A., Svetoch T.E., Shaikhutdinova R.Z., Kislichkina A.A., Bogun A.G., Dentovskaya S.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):554
pages 554 views

CREATING A SPECTRA LIBRARY FOR SPECIFIC MALDI-TOF MASS SPECTROMETRY IDENTIFICATION OF YERSINIA ENTEROCOLITICA-LIKE SPECIES

Bogumilchik E.A., Zueva E.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):554
pages 554 views

EPIDEMIOLOGICAL AND CLINICAL PECULIARITIES OF PSEUDOTUBERCULOSIS OUTBREAKS

Chesnokova M.V., Klimov V.T., Ryk S.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):554-555
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INTRASPECIFIC DIVERSITY OF YERSINIA PESTIS CHAPERONE/USHER SECRETION APPARATUSES

Dentovskaya S.V., Kadnikova L.A., Kislichkina A.A., Bogun A.G., Anisimov A.P.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):555
pages 555 views

THE OUTER MEMBRANE PROTEIN A (ompA) OF YERSINIA PESTIS IS NOT REQUIRED FOR VIRULENCE IN MICE AND RATS

Dentovskaya S.V., Kombarova T.I., Ivanov S.A., Svetoch T.E., Shaikhutdinova R.Z.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):555
pages 555 views

GENETIC DETERMINANTS CHARACTERISTIC FOR YERSINIA PSEUDOTUBERCULOSIS STRAINS ISOLATED FROM PATIENTS WITH FAR-EAST SCARLETT-LIKE FEVER

Ermolaeva S.A., Timchenko N.F., Psareva E.A., Adgamov R.R.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):556
pages 556 views

DYNAMICS OF MORBIDITY OF THE WEST NILE FEVER IN THE ASTRAKHAN REGION

Karpenko S.F., Galimzyanov K.M., Kantemirova B.I., Arakelyan R.S., Kurbangalieva A.R., Shendo G.L.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):556
pages 556 views

POSSIBILITIES OF NON-INVASIVE METODS APPLICATION FOR DIAGNOSIS OF YERSINIOSIS IN CHILDREN

Kokorina G.I., Shestakova M.D.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):556-557
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ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE FAR EAST: ON THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE DISCOVERY OF “REAL PSEUDOTUBERCULOSIS” AMONG HUMANS

Korolyuk A.M.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):557
pages 557 views

MONITORING OF VACCINAL PROCESS IN HUMANS RESIDING IN THE ALTAI HIGH-MOUNTAINOUS NATURAL PLAGUE FOCUS

Korytov K.M., Balakhonov S.V., Voitkova V.V., Dubrovina V.I., Noskov A.K., Mishchenko A.I., Shchuchinov L.V., Makin A.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):557
pages 557 views

HETEROGENEITY OF POPULATIONS OF THE FLEA CITELLOPHILUS TESQUORUM ELBRUSENSIS DETECTED ON THE BASIS OF ANALYSIS OF PROTEOMIC PROFILES BY THE METHOD OF MALDI-TOF MS

Kotenev E.S., Koteneva E.A., Belyavtstva L.I., Kalinin A.V., Kot L.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):558
pages 558 views

THE GRANULOCYTES PHAGOCYTIC CAPACITY TO YERSINIA PESTIS IN BLOOD SAMPLES OF ANTIPLAGUE VACCINATED PEOPLE ACCORDING TO FLOW CYTOMETRIC ANALYSIS DATA

Kravtsov A.L., Bugorkova S.A., Kozhevnikov V.A., Klyueva S.N., Kudryavtseva O.M.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):558
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ANTI-PLAGUE VACCINATION STIMULATES THE NEUTROPHIL EXTRACELLULAR TRAPS FORMATION TO INCREASE THE YERSINIA PESTIS KILLING EFFICIENCY IN VIVO

Kravtsov A.L., Goncharova A.Y., Kozhevnikov V.A., Bugorkova S.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):558-559
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HLA GENE POLYMORPHISM IN PERSONS VACCINATED AGAINST PLAGUE

Kudryavtseva O.M., Shchukovskaya T.N., Mikshis N.I., Goncharova A.Y., Klyueva S.N., Bugorkova S.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):559
pages 559 views

WHOOPING COUGH — AN UNDERESTIMATED “ADULT” INFECTION

Kurova N.N.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):559
pages 559 views

CHARACTERISTICS OF A MOBILE LABORATORY FOR MONITORING AND DIAGNOSTICS DURING EPIZOOTOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION IN THE MONGOLIAN PART OF THE TRANSBOUNDARY SAILUGEM PLAGUE FOCUS

Rozhdestvensky E.N., Tokmakova E.G., Kosilko S.A., Korzun V.M., Grigoreva I.L., Akulova S.S., Balakhonov S.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):559-560
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CLONING OF THE YERSINIA PESTIS TRANSALDOLASE GENE

Trukhachev A.L., Meloyan M.G., Arsenyeva I.E., Lebedeva S.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):560
pages 560 views

THE PRESENT EPIDEMIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF YERSINIOSIS IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Voskresenskaya E.A., Kokorina G.I., Ezhlova E.B., Demina Y.V., Pakskina N.D., Skudareva O.N.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):560
pages 560 views

MALDI-TOF MASS SPECTROMETRY ANALYSIS FOR DETECTION OF THE RIBOSOMAL MARKERS TO IDENTIFY OF YERSINIA KRISTENSENII STRAINS

Zueva E.V., Bogumilchik E.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):561
pages 561 views

TUBERCULOSIS AND MYCOBACTERIA: MOLECULAR APPROACH

PERFORMANCE OF GENEXPERT MTB/RIF IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF EXTRAPULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS IN MOROCCO

Aainouss A., Momen G., Bennani K., Lamaammal A., Chtioui F., Messaoudi M., Mouslim J., Khyatti M., El Messaoudi M.D.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):562
pages 562 views

ANALYSIS OF GENE MUTATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH MDR AMONG MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS STRAINS ISOLATED IN MOSCOW REGION

Alvarez Figueroa M., Ludannyy R., Kravtsova T., Popov S., Vyazovaya A., Mokrousov I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):562
pages 562 views

COULD THE NEW INSIGHTS INTO PZA RESISTANCE PROVIDE ROUTE TO SHORTER MORE EFFECTIVE TB THERAPY?

Anthony R.M.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):562-563
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IDENTIFICATION OF MUTATIONS OF RESISTANCE TO FLUOROQUINOLONES, AMINOGLYCOSIDES AND ETHAMBUTOL IN RIFAMPICIN-RESISTANT MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS

Bakshtanovskaya I.V., Stepanova T.F., Ozerova A.N., Zmatrakova E.A., Оzhirel’eva I.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):563
pages 563 views

MOLECULAR TYPING OF MYCOBACTERIUM KANSASII — A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE

Bakuła Z., Arias F., Bachiyska E., Borroni E., Cirillo D.M., Coulter C., Giske C., Humięcka J., van Ingen J., Ioannidis P., Kranzer K., Kuzmič U., Levina K., Lillebæk T., Mokrousov I., Morimoto K., Nikolayevskyy V., Norman A., Papaventsis D., Peuchant O., Safianowska A., Ulmann V., Vasiliauskiene E., Won-Jung K., Zhuravlev V., Žolnir-Dovč M., Krenke R., Jagielski T.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):563-564
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GENETIC DIVERSITY OF MULTIDRUG-RESISTANT MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS ISOLATES IN PAKISTAN

Bakuła Z., Pleń M., Javed H., Hashmi H.J., Tahir Z., Roeske K., Jamil N., Jagielski T.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):564
pages 564 views

UPDATE ON VIRULENCE FACTORS IN MYCOBACTERIA

Brosch R.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):564
pages 564 views

GENOTYPING OF MULTIDRUG AND PREEXTENSIVELY DRUG-RESISTANT MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS ISOLATES FROM A HIGH INCIDENCE TB AREA IN MOROCCO

Chaoui I., Oudghiri A., Chetioui F., Laglaoui A., El Messaoudi M.D., El Mzibri M.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):565
pages 565 views

THE CORRELATION BETWEEN LEVELS OF PHENOTYPIC RESISTANCE AND GENOTYPIC MUTATIONS OF M. TUBERCULOSIS

Ciobanu N., Alexandru S., Chesov D., Codreanu A., Lange C., Crudu V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):565
pages 565 views

GENOMIC EPIDEMIOLOGY OF TUBERCULOSIS: FROM WITHIN HOST EVOLUTION TO GLOBAL MIGRATION PATTERNS

Comas I., Cancino-Muñoz I., Goig G.A., Chiner-Oms Á., López M.G., Torres-Puente M., Moreno-Molina M.Á., Villamayor L.M., Furió V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):566
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EMERGENCE OF BEDAQUILINE RESISTANCE AFTER COMPLETION OF BEDAQUILINE-BASED DRUGRESISTANT TB TREATMENT: A CASE STUDY FROM SOUTH AFRICA

de Vos M., Ley S., Derendinger B., Dippenaar A., Grobbelaar M., Reuter A., Daniels J., Burns S., Theron G., Posey J., Warren R., Cox H.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):566
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WHOLE GENOME SEQUENCING SHEDS LIGHT ON THE TRANSMISSION DYNAMICS OF A MULTIDRUG RESISTANT MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS OUTBREAK OVER 23 YEARS IN A HIGH INCIDENCE SETTING

Dippenaar A., Warren R.M., de Vos M., Heupink T., van Rie A., Clarke C., Posey J., Sampson S.L., Streicher E.M.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):566-567
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A 15-YEAR SPATIOTEMPORAL ANALYSIS OF MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS LINEAGES 1 AND 2 IN CHIANG RAI, THAILAND

Disratthakit A., Palittapongarnpim P., Ajawatanawong P., Smittipat N., Mahasirimongkol S., Miyahara R., Yanai H., Yamada N., Nedsuwan S., Imasanguan W., Kantipong P., Chaiyasirinroje B., Bupachat S., Ananpradit P., Ruengchai W., Juthayothin T., Phelan J., Parkhill J., Clark T.G., Hibberd M.L., Tokunaga K.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):567
pages 567 views

MOLECULAR-GENETIC METHODS OF DETECTION OF TUBERCULOSIS AND ITS DRUG RESISTANCE IN ARKHANGELSK REGION IN 2017

Eliseev P.I., Tarasova I.V., Mariandyshev A.O.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):567-568
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DETECTION OF EXTRACELLULAR MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS SMALL RNAs

Fursov M.V., Kombarova T.I., Dyatlov I.A., Potapov V.D.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):568
pages 568 views

TB PORTALS PROGRAM: DATA-DRIVEN MULTINATIONAL CONSORTIUM AGAINST DRUG-RESISTANT TUBERCULOSIS

Gabrielian A.E., Rosenthal A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):568
pages 568 views

SIMPLIFYING NGS APPROACHES TO OPTIMIZE TRACING OF TRANSBORDER SPREAD OF MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS

Garcia de Viedma D.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):568-569
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GENETIC DIVERSITY AND DRUG RESISTANCE OF MYCOBACTERIUM AVIUM IN ITALY

Genua f., Menichini M., Lari N., Rindi L.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):569
pages 569 views

GENOTYPES OF MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS ISOLATES FROM DIFFERENT ORGANS OF PATIENTS WITH GENERALIZED TB AND HIV-COINFECTION

Gerasimova A.A., Vyazovaya A.A., Mayskaya M.Y., Mokrousov I.V., Narvskaya O.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):569
pages 569 views

PHYSIOLOGICAL IMPACT OF THE EVOLUTION OF THE rpoB MUTATION

Grobbelaar M., Sampson S.L., de Vos M., Louw G.E., van Helden P.D., Van Rie A., Warren R.M.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):570
pages 570 views

MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS DRUG RESISTANCE MUTATIONS AND UNDERSTANDING OF PK/PD: TREATMENT AND CARE IMPLICATIONS

Heysell S.K., Lyles G., Ogarkov O.B.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):570
pages 570 views

GENOMICS AND LOCAL ADAPTATION OF MYCOBACTERIUM AVIUM

Iwamoto T.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):570-571
pages 570-571 views

UTILITY OF WHOLE GENOME SEQUENCING (WGS) OF MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS COMPLEX ISOLATES IN PRACTISE

Jajou R., de Neeling A., Lipworth S., Walker T., Anthony R., van Soolingen D.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):571
pages 571 views

MINOR GENETIC DETERMINANTS OF SECOND-LINE INJECTION DRUGS RESISTANCE IN MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS

Jou R., Kulagina E.V., Lee W.T., Nosova E.Y., Weng J.Y., Antonova O.V., Lin W.H., Isakova A.I., Wu M.H., Zimenkov D.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):571
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PECULIARITIES OF THE TUBERCULOSIS, HIV AND HIV-ASSOCIATED TUBERCULOSIS INCIDENCE IN THE FAR EASTERN FEDERAL DISTRICT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Korita T.V., Zhmerenetsky K.V., Bazykina E.A., Balakhontseva L.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):572
pages 572 views

GLOBAL WHO POLICIES ON MOLECULAR METHODS FOR TB DIAGNOSIS

Korobitsyn A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):572
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PREVALENCE OF NONTUBERCULOUS MYCOBACTERIUM spp. STRAINS ISOLATED FROM CLINICAL SPECIMENS AT NORTH ESTONIA MEDICAL CENTRE IN 2001–2017

Levina K.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):572
pages 572 views

THE INFLUENCE OF THE H2 COMPLEX ON MYCOBACTERIUM AVIUM INFECTION IN MICE

Linge I.A., Petrova E.S., Kondratieva E.V., Apt A.S.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):573
pages 573 views

MYCOBACTERIUM AVIUM-TRIGGERED DISEASE: HOST GENETICS AND IMMUNITY IN MOUSE MODELS

Linge I., Petrova E., Majorov K., Kondratieva E., Kondratieva T., Apt A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):573
pages 573 views

EVOLUTION AND TRANSMISSION OF MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS RESISTANCE TO FLUOROQUINOLONES

Luo T.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):573
pages 573 views

EPIDEMIOLOGY OF EXTRAPULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS IN ALBANIA, 2010–2016

Mema D., Kapisyzi P., Tafaj S., Mema D., Bala S., Hafizi H.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):573-574
pages 573-574 views

DETERMINANTS OF TB RELATED DEATH FROM TUBERCULOSIS PATIENTS IN THE NORTHERN THAILAND

Miyahara R., Yanai H., Mahasirimongkol S., Toyo-Oka L., Tokunaga K.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):574
pages 574 views

CLICHES AND DOGMAS IN MOLECULAR TUBERCULOSIS RESEARCH

Mokrousov I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):574-575
pages 574-575 views

ANALYSIS OF SECONDARY RESISTANCE OF MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS TO SECOND-LINE ANTI-TUBERCULOSIS DRUGS IN CASABLANCA

Momen G., Aainoussi A., Lamaammal A., Chtioui F., Messaoudi M., Blaghen M., El Messaoudi M.D., Khyatti M.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):575
pages 575 views

DEVELOPMENT OF THE EXTERNAL QUALITY ASSESSMENT SCHEME FOR NON-TUBERCULOUS MYCOBACTERIA DRUG SUSCEPTIBILITY TESTING IN EUROPEAN UNION

Nikolayevskyy V., Maurer F., Holicka Y., Taylor L., Liddy H., Hillemann D., network E., Kranzer K.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):575
pages 575 views

BACTERIAL WGS AND HOST GENOME-WIDE SNP ANALYSIS OF TUBERCULOSIS PATIENTS IN THAILAND

Palittapongarnpim P., Mahasirimongkol S., Tokunaga K.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):576
pages 576 views

POPULATION STRUCTURE OF MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS ISOLATES FROM TB-HIV COINFECTED PATIENTS IN OMSK REGION, WEST SIBERIA, RUSSIA

Pasechnik O.A., Vyazovaya A.A., Mokrousov I.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):576-577
pages 576-577 views

LOOKING INSIDE THE FOREST: FROM CLASSICAL GENOTYPING OF MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS TO WHOLE GENOME SEQUENCING IN HIGH MULTIDRUG RESISTANCE SETTINGS

Perdigão J.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):577
pages 577 views

ADVANCES IN THE STUDY OF MOLECULAR BASIS OF RESISTANCE TO NEW ANTI-TB DRUGS

Peretokina I.V., Krylova L.Y., Antonova O.V., Kholina M.S., Gryadunov D.A., Nosova E.Y., Zimenkov D.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):577
pages 577 views

THE IMPLEMENTATION OF NEXT-GENERATION SEQUENCING FOR EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDIES AND DRUG RESISTANCE INVESTIGATIONS IN MICROEPIDEMICS INVOLVING PEDIATRIC TUBERCULOSIS PATIENTS

Pole I., Ozere I., Norvaisa I., Ranka R.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):577-578
pages 577-578 views

MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY OF TUBERCULOSIS IN LATVIA

Ranka R., Pole I., Markovska S., Ozere I., Riekstina V., Norvaisa I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):578
pages 578 views

FUNCTIONAL RELEVANCE OF MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS DIVERSITY: FROM GENOTYPES TO IMMUNE RESPONSES AND DISEASE SEVERITY

Saraiva M.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):578-579
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THE ROLE OF THE IS6110 IN MICRO- AND MACROEVOLUTION OF MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS LINEAGE 2

Shitikov E., Guliaev A., Bespyatykh J., Mokrousov I., Ilina E., Govorun V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):579
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NGS DETERMINATION OF MYCOBACTERIAL TRANSRENAL DNA AS POTENTIAL TOOL OF CLINICAL DIAGNOSTIC

Sinkov V., Ogarkov O., Plotnikov A., Zhdanova S., Belkova N., Koshcheev M., Heysell S.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):579
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MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY OF TUBERCULOSIS IN KAZAKHSTAN, 2006–2018

Skiba Y., Mokrousov I., Nabirova D., Toksanbayeva B., Maltseva E., Ismagulova G., Naizabaeva D., Bissenbay A., Yurkevich N., Bismilda V., Chingissova L., Sapiyeva Z., Ismailov S., Moffett D., Adenov M.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):580
pages 580 views

NEXT-GENERATION SEQUENCING OF DRUG RESISTANT MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS STRAINS — FIRST SLOVENIAN EXPERIENCE

Sodja E., Toplak N., Koren S., Kovač M., Truden S., Žolnir-Dovč M.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):580
pages 580 views

WGS IN ROUTINE DIAGNOSTICS OF TUBERCULOSIS — PREDICTION OF DRUG RESISTANCE AND GENOTYPING

Soini H.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):580-581
pages 580-581 views

SINGLE NUCLEOTIDE POLYMORPHISMS IN hsp65 AND MACPPE12 GENES OF MYCOBACTERIUM AVIUM subsp. HOMINISSUIS

Starkova D., Iwamoto T., Vyazovaya A., Molchanov V., Zhuravlev V., Vishnevsky B., Narvskaya O.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):581
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MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY OF TUBERCULOSIS IN ALBANIA (2006–2011)

Tafaj S., Kapisyzi P., Borroni E., Trovato A., Bardhi D., Hafizi H., Bala S., Cirillo D.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):581
pages 581 views

THE IMPACT OF THE DELETION OF THE MMP-1 GENE ON THE EXPRESSION OF SYMPTOMS AND THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TREATMENT IN PATIENTS WITH PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS

Tarasova L.G.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):582
pages 582 views

IN VITRO ACTIVITY OF BEDAQUILINE AGAINST NON-TUBERCULOUS MYCOBACTERIA

Torres Godino I., Boutachkourt F., Aguilar-Ayala D.A., Vandenberg O., Mathys V., Tortoli E., Palomino J.C., Lounis N., Rodriguez Villalobos H., Martin A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):582
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EMERGING OPPORUNISTIC PATHOGEN MYCOBACTERIUM ABSCESSUS IN SLOVENIA: MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF RESISTANCE GENES COMPARED TO MIC METHOD

Truden S., Žolnir-Dovč M.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):582-583
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MOLECULAR FEATURES OF MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS ISOLATES FROM PATIENTS LIVING IN CLOSED CITY IN THE URAL REGION, RUSSIA

Umpeleva T.V., Eremeeva N.I., Belousova K.V., Vakhrusheva D.V., Vyazovaya A.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):583
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PREVALENCE AND DIVERSITY OF NONTUBERCULOUS MYCOBACTERIA IN DIFFERENT REGIONS OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Ustinova V., Smirnova T., Larionova E., Andrievskaya I., Kiseleva E., Andreevskaya S., Chernousova L.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):583
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MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF MYCOBACTERIUM BOVIS ISOLATES FROM CATTLE IN BULGARIA

Valcheva V., Savova-Lalkovska T., Dimitrova A., Najdenski H., Bonovska M.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):583-584
pages 583-584 views

INTERNATIONAL VALIDATION OF ANALYSIS PIPELINES FOR WHOLE GENOME SEQUENCING DATA OF MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS ISOLATES

van Soolingen D., Jajou R., Kohl T., Walker T., Niemann S., de Neeling H., Anthony R.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):584
pages 584 views

RNA-BASED DRUG SUSCEPTIBILITY TESTING OF MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS

Van den Bossche A., Bhattacharyya R., Coppee J.Y., Rigouts L., Baulard A., Vodolazkaia A., Hung D., Mathys V., Ceyssens P.J.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):584-585
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POPULATION STRUCTURE OF MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS IN RUSSIAN REGIONS BORDERING EU COUNTRIES

Vyazovaya A., Solovieva N., Gerasimova A., Akhmedova G., Turkin E., Sunchalina T., Tarashkevich R., Bogatin S., Gavrilova N., Bychkova A., Anikieva E., Zhuravlev V., Narvskaya O., Mokrousov I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):585
pages 585 views

DRUG RESISTANCE IN MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS: FROM PHENOTYPIC MIC-ANALYSIS TO WGS FOR ROUTINE DRUG SUSCEPTIBILITY TESTING

Werngren J.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):585
pages 585 views

MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY OF TUBERCULOSIS IN EASTERN SIBERIA AND FAR EAST

Zhdanova S.N., Vinikurova M.K., Yakovlev A.A., Ogarkov O.B.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):586
pages 586 views

MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTICS OF TUBERCULOSIS: CLINICAL ASPECTS AND CHALLENGES OF IMPLEMENTATION

Zhuravlev V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):586-587
pages 586-587 views

HIV, HEPATITIS AND OTHER SOCIALLY SIGNIFICANT INFECTIONS

THE ANALYSIS OF TRANSMITTED HIV-1 VARIANTS AMONG ACUTELY INFECTED PEOPLE WHO INJECT DRUGS USING NGS APPROACH

Akulova E., Dukhovlinova E., Masharsky A., Shevchenko A., Verevochkin S., Toussova O., Vasileva A., Zhou S., Hoffman I., Miller W., Frishman D., Montefiori D., Swanstrom R., Kozlov A.P.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):588
pages 588 views

VIRAL HEPATITIS B AND C IN THE ARKHANGELSK REGION: LONG-TERM DYNAMICS OF INCIDENCE AND CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY OF MARKERS AMONG ADULT POPULATION

Balaeva T.V., Grjibovski A.M., Samodova O.V., Sannikov A.L., Klouman E.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):588
pages 588 views

IMMUNOPATHOGENESIS HIV AND MATHEMATICAL MODELING

Bocharov G.A., Gavrilova A.Y., Chereshnev V.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):588-589
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CHALLENGES AND PERSPECTIVES IN HEPATITIS C VIRUS (HCV) RESEARCH IN AN ERA OF DIRECT ACTING ANTIVIRAL (DAA) THERAPY

Budkowska A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):589
pages 589 views

FREQUENCY AND THE CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF OCCULT HEPATITIS B VIRUS INFECTION

Esaulenko E.V., Shibaeva E.O.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):589
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HEPATITIS A PREVALENCE AMONG CHILDREN IN BOKE AND KINDIA PROVINCES (REPUBLIC OF GUINEA)

Esaulenko E.V., Sukhoruk A.A., Semenov A.V., Ostankova Y.V., Boumbali S.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):589-590
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HIGH BURDEN OF HEPATITIS B IN VIETNAM: IMPACT OF A HIGHLY HETEROGENEOUS VIRAL POPULATION

Kalinina O.V., Duong L.T., Lichnaia E.V., L. Bui A.T., Vo C.V., Nguyen D.P., Pham Thi G., N. Bui T.T., Chulanov V.P., Dmitriev A.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):590
pages 590 views

MOLECULAR-GENETIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE HEPATITIS B IN THE NANAYSKY DISTRICT OF THE KHABAROVSK TERRITORY

Kotova V.O., Trotsenko O.E., Balakhontseva L.A., Ryazankina M.F., Bazykina E.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):590-591
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THE OCCURENCE OF HEPATITIS C MARKERS AMONG RESIDENTS OF THE KINDIA PREFECTURE OF THE REPUBLIC OF GUINEA AND THE KHANH HOA PROVINCE OF VIET NAM

Lichnaia E.V., Kalinina O.V., A. Bui T.L., Nguyen V.M., Vo V.C., G. Pham T.H., N. Bui T.T., Ha P.T., Pham N.Q., Bil’ko E.A., Abdrashitova A.S., Gando D.M., Boiro M.Y., Totolian A.A., Dmitriev A.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):591
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POLYMORPHISM THE CCR2 GENE IN THE ST. PETERSBURG POPULATION

Lyubimova N.E., Semenov A.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):591
pages 591 views

RECONSTRUCTION OF RECOMBINATION SITES IN GENOMES OF GENOTYPE 2 HEPATITIS C VIRUS STRAINS USING BIOINFORMATICS METHODS

Paramonov A.I., Dzhioev Y.P., Kozlova I.V., Stepanenko L.A., Malov I.V., Malov S.I., Zlobin V.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):591-592
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LOW HEPATITIS B VIRUS DNA BURDEN DOES NOT ALWAYS PROTECT FROM LIVER CANCER DEVELOPMENT

Pineau P.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):592
pages 592 views

THE PREVALENCE OF HIV-1 DRUG RESISTANCE MUTATIONS IN PATIENTS WITH LOW ADHERENCE TO ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY IN THE LENINGRAD REGION

Shchemelev A.N., Ostankova Y.V., Valutite D.E.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):592
pages 592 views

PARENTERAL VIRAL HEPATITIS IN CHILDREN IN RUSSIA, PARTICULARLY IN THE NORTHWESTERN FEDERAL DISTRICT

Sukhoruk A.A., Esaulenko E.V., Ivanova N.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):593
pages 593 views

MONITORING OF LONG-TERM ANTIVIRAL TREATMENT OF CHRONIC HEPATITIS B

Sukhoruk A.A., Zakharov K.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):593
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DEVELOPMENT AND APPROBATION METHOD OF IDENTIFICATION MUTATIONS THE RESISTANCE OF THE HEPATITIS C VIRUS TO DIRECT-ACTING ANTIVIRAL AGENTS (DAAs)

Valutite D.E., Ostankova Y.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):593-594
pages 593-594 views

THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE HIV RESISTANCE ANALYSIS IN ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY

Valutite D.E., Ostankova Y.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):594
pages 594 views

FORECASTING OF INCIDENCE OF HAV WITH USE OF THE SCHEDULED PLAN OF WALD

Volkova V.M., Burgasova O.A., Postupailo V.B., Sayapina L.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):594
pages 594 views

RISK FACTORS OF PERINATAL TRANSMISSION OF HEPATITIS C VIRUS

Znovets T.V., Baranovskaya E.I., Zhavoronok S.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):594-595
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INFECTIOUS IMMUNOLOGY AT THE PRESENT STAGE

CREATION OF THE IMMUNOFERMENTIC TEST SYSTEM FOR DETECTING C3 COMPLEX COMPONENT WITH THE USE OF PEPTIDOGLYCAN

Andina S.S., Shmeleva E.A., Vershinin A.E., Kraeva L.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):596
pages 596 views

FEATURES OF THE SUBPOPULATION COMPOSITION CYTOTOXIC T-LYMPHOCYTES IN CHILDREN WITH CONGENITAL CHRONIC HEPATITIS B

Batsunov O.K., Arsentieva N.A., Shilova I.V., Goryacheva L.G.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):596
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INFLUENCE OF MONOSTRAIN AND MULTISTRAIN AUTOPROBIOTICS ON MICROBIOTA AND IMMUNITY OF RATS WITH INTESTINAL DYSBIOSIS

Ermolenko E., Kotyleva M., Lavrenova N., Kondratenko Y., Kudryavcev I., Kramskaya T., Karaseva A., Glotov A.S., Leontieva G., Kudryavcev I., Lapidus A., Suvorov A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):596-597
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POTENTIAL INFLUENCE OF IMMUNOMODULATORS ON THE PRODUCTION OF INTERFERON-GAMMA AND INTERLEUKIN-10 IN LABORATORY ANIMALS VACCINATED AGAINST PLAGUE

Goncharova A.Y., Kudryavtseva O.M., Kurylina A.F., Kozhevnikov V.A., Shchukovskaya T.N., Bugorkova S.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):597
pages 597 views

NEUTROPHIL/LYMPHOCYTE DISBALANCE AS A PREDICTOR OF VAGINITIS

Koretskaia N.A., Golovatskii A.V., Komarova E.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):597-598
pages 597-598 views

THE TRECs AND KRECs FREQUENCY IN THE BLOOD IN A POPULATION OF ST. PETERSBURG

Lyubimova N.E., Semenov A.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):598
pages 598 views

COMPARATIVE ESTIMATION OF SENSITIVITY OF SEROLOGICAL REACTIONS FOR ESTIMATION OF IMMUNITY AGAINST THE CAUSATIVE AGENT OF TULAREMIA

Mar’in M.A., Ivaschenko T.A., Gorbatov A.A., Silkina M.V., Firstova V.V., Shaikhutdinova R.Z., Tyurin E.A., Chekan L.V., Shemyakin I.G.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):598
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THERAPEUTIC EFFICACY OF MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES AGAINST LETHAL TOXIN OF BACILLUS ANTHRACIS IN A MOUSE MODEL

Muntian I.O., Maryin M.A., Ryabko A.K., Zeninskaya N.A., Pinchuk A.S., Silkina M.V., Firstova V.V., Shemyakin I.G.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):598-599
pages 598-599 views

THE CLINICAL, IMMUNOLOGICAL AND LABORATORY PARAMETERS IN PATIENTS WITH LEPTOSPIROSIS IN ST. PETERSBURG

Petrova O.A., Stoyanova N.A., Basina V.V., Kulakova D.V., Lubimova N.E., Аrsentieva N.A., Тоkarevich N.K., Semenov A.V., Тоtolian A.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):599
pages 599 views

CYTOPROTECTIVE POTENTIAL OF MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES AGAINST BURKHOLDERIA PSEUDOMALLEI

Pimenova E.V., Khrapova N.P.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):599
pages 599 views

INNATE AND ADAPTIVE IMMUNITY CYTOKINES IN NASAL MUCOSA AND BLOOD SERUM OF ALLERGIC RHINITIS PATIENTS

Tyurin Y.A., Reshetnikova I.D., Kulikov S.N.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):600
pages 600 views

ANALYSIS OF TOXIN-NEUTRALIZING ACTIVITY OF MOUSE MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES AGAINST PROTECTIVE ANTIGEN OF BACILLUS ANTHRACIS

Zeninskaya N.A., Ryabko A.K., Maryin M.A., Pinchuk A.S., Muntian I.O., Firstova V.V., Shemyakin I.G.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):600
pages 600 views

ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE OF MICROORGANISMS: CURRENT ISSUES OF DIAGNOSIS AND WAYS TO OVERCOME

THE EFFECT OF SUB-BACTERICIDAL DOSES OF ANTISEPTICS ON DNA AND PHENOTYPIC MARKERS OF VIRULENCE OF MICROORGANISMS

Afinogenova A., Afinogenov G., Moroshkina E., Mokronosova E., Shamova O., Spiridonova A., Domorad A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):601
pages 601 views

METABOLIC ACTIVITY OF PLANKTON IN COMPARISON WITH BIOFILM PHENOTYPE SOME MICROORGANISMS OF HUMAN MICROBIOTA

Bairamov I.T.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):601
pages 601 views

STUDY OF ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE IN MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS IN CONAKRY (REPUBLIC OF GUINEA)

Boiro M.Y., Konstantinov O.K., Boumbali S., Lama N.E., Diallo D.M.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):601-602
pages 601-602 views

MICROBIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF PURULENT SEPTIC INFECTIONS BREAKOUT INVESTIGATION IN KHABAROVSK CITY

Bondarenko A.P., Shmylenko V.A., Trotsenko O.E., Zaitseva T.A., Chekan L.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):602
pages 602 views

SEROVAR SPECIFIC ANTIMICROBIAL SUSCEPTIBILITY OF SALMONELLA

Egorova S.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):602
pages 602 views

PERINATAL LISTERIOSIS: THE MOUSE MODEL

Ermolaeva S.A., Sobyanin K.A., Sysolyatina E.V., Chalenko Y.M.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):603
pages 603 views

PHENOTYPES AND GENOTYPES OF CLASSICAL AND HYPERVIRULENT KLEBSIELLA PNEUMONIAE CLINICAL STRAINS ISOLATED IN MOSCOW IN 2013–2018

Fursova N.K., Astashkin E.I., Lev A.I., Novikova T.S., Fedyukina G.N., Volozhantsev N.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):603
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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MICROORGANISMS IN THE VAGINAL BIOTOPE OF SUBFERTIL WOMEN

Godovalov A.P., Karpunina T.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):603-604
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IMPROVEMENT OF BACTERIAL BIOFILM’S INVESTIGATION

Godovalov A.P., Ryabova L.D., Karpunina T.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):604
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EFFECT OF METAL OXIDE NANOPARTICLES ON THE EXCHANGE OF GENETIC MATERIAL BETWEEN BACTERIA

Kalikina P.A., Koshel E.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):604
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SONOCHEMICAL NANOSTRUCTURING OF ANTIBIOTICS IS A NEW APPROACH TO INCREASING THEIR EFFECTIVENESS AGAINST RESISTANT STRAINS

Kassirov I.S., Ulasevich S.A., Skorb E.V., Koshel E.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):604
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DEVELOPMENT OF FUNCTIONAL NANOSTRUCTURES EFFECTIVE AGAINST BACTERIA BIOFILMS INCLUDING MULTIDRUG RESISTANT BACTERIA

Koshel E.I., Kassirov I.S., Rumyantceva V.I., Rumyantceva V.I., Ulasevich S.V., Andreeva U.I., Skorb E.V., Vinogradov V.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):605
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KLEBSIELLA PNEUMONIAЕ AND ITS GENES OF RESISTANCE TO BETA-LACTAMAMS IN PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL

Kozlova N.S., Pilipenko S.B., Mamonova E.V., Golubeva U.V., Barantsevich N.E.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):605
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RESISTANCE TO ANTIBIOTICS OF DIARRHEAGENIC ESCHERICHIA COLI IN PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL

Kozlova N.S., Pilipenko S.B., Mamonova E.A., Golubeva U.V., Metljaeva A.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):605-606
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MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF PATHOGENS OF PARTICULARLY DANGEROUS BACTERIAL INFECTIONS: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE

Kulichenko A.N., Kovalev D.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):606
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DIFFERENTIATION OF KLEBSIELLA spp. STRAINS FOR SENSITIVITY TO ANTIBIOTICS USING MASS SPECTROMETRY ANALYSIS MALDI-TOF

Likhachev I.V., Zueva E.V., Karpova E.S., Kunilova E.S., Dudko D.A., Mikhailov N.V., Egorova S.A., Kraeva L.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):606
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PATHOGENIC POTENTIAL OF COMMENSAL ESCHERICHIA COLI ISOLATED FROM ADULTS IN SAINT PETERSBURG

Makarova M.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):606-607
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EXPRESS METHOD OF GROWING BACTERIA ON THE MEMBRANE OF ANODIC ALUMINIUM OXIDE

Mukhurov N.I., Kraeva L.A., Khamdulaeva G.N.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):607
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THE DRUG RESISTANCE MUTATIONS OF THE HEPATITIS B VIRUS AMONG HIV-INFECTED INDIVIDUALS

Ostankova Y.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):607
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INCREASE OF SELECTIVE AND GROWTH PROPERTIES OF A NUTRIENT MEDIUM FOR IDENTIFICATION AND ACCUMULATION TRICHOMONAS VAGINALIS

Petrova Y.V., Zarucheynova O.V., Saveleva E.L., Fedosyuk N.A., Samoilova A.A., Verbov V.N.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):607-608
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ANALYSIS OF THE PHAGE SENSITIVITY OF MICROORGANISMS OF A MICROBIOTA OF A VAGINA

Polishchuk I.S., Aleshukina A.V., Aleshukina I.S., Tverdokhlebova T.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):608
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S. AUREUS/C. ALBICANS MONO- AND DUAL-SPECIES BIOFILMS

Postnikova O.N., Chepurina D.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):608-609
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MICROBIOLOGICAL MONITORING OF THE RESISTANCE OF HOSPITAL BACTERIAL FLORA WITHIN THE SYSTEM OF PREVENTION OF HEALTHCARE-ASSOCIATED INFECTIONS

Shestopalov N.V., Gololobova T.V., Fedorova L.S., Serov A.A., Ruleva A.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):609
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GENETIC VARIANTS OF RESISTANCE DETERMINANT TO SILVER IN EPIDEMIC STRAINS OF ACINETOBACTER BAUMANNII

Solomennyi A.P., Zubareva N.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):609
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COMMENSAL STRAINS OF ESCHERICHIA COLI AND BETA-LACTAM RESISTANCE

Suzhaeva L.V., Egorova S.A., Kaftyreva L.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):609-610
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VIRULENCE GENES AND PHYLOGENETIC GROUPS OF COMMENSAL STRAINS OF ESCHERICHIA COLI

Suzhaeva L.V., Makarova M.A., Kaftyreva L.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):610
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THE SEROPREVALENCE H. PYLORI INFECTION IN DIFFERENT GEOGRAPHICAL REGIONS

Svarval A.V., Ferman R.S., Roshchina N.G., Ermolenko E.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):610
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INFLUENCE OF CHOLESTEROL ON THE GROWTH OF STAPHYLOCOCCUS spp.

Trapeznikov Y.P.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):610-611
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SENSITIVITY OF BIOFILM CULTURES KLEBSIELLA spp. TO СIPROFLOXACIN

Tunik T.V., Ivanova E.I., Grigorova E.V., Nemchenko U.M., Budnikova Z.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):611
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THE CORRELATION BETWEEN BIOFILM-FORMATION ABILITY OF KLEBSIELLA spp. AUTOSTRAINS AND ANTIBIOTIC SENSITIVITY OF PLANCTONIC CELLS

Tunik T.V., Ivanova E.I., Grigorova E.V., Nemchenko U.M., Budnikova Z.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):611
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FERTILIZATION FAILURE IN HEIFERS INFECTED BY UREAPLASMA DIVERSUM

Vaganova A.N., Borisenko S.V., Freylikhman O.A., Roca V.V., Verbov V.N.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):612
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ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANT KLEBSIELLA PNEUMONIAE IN THE GUT MICROBIOTA OF HEALTHY INDIVIDUALS

Voitenkova E.V., Suzhaeva L.V., Zabrovskaya A.V., Kaftyreva L.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):612
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ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE MECHANISMS IN BACTERIA STRAINS ISOLATED FROM FARM ANIMALS

Zabrovskaya A.V., Egorova S.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):612-613
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DATA ANALYSIS OF MASS-SPECTRAL KLEBSIELLA PNEUMONIAE PROFILES TO PREDICT OF CARBAPENEM-RESISTANT STRAINS

Zueva E.V., Mikhailov N.V., Likhachev I.V., Kraeva L.A., Egorova S.A., Totolian A.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):613
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NEW CHEMOTHERAPY FOR THE TREATMENT OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES

STUDY OF CYTOTOXIC AND ANTIPROLIFERATIVE ACTIVITY OF FUNGICIDAL SAPONIN TAUROSID Sx1 ON TRANSFORMED MAMMALIAN CELLS

Кirsanova M.A., Krivorutchenko Y.L., Nossik D.N., Lobach O.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):614
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ANTIMICROBIAL AND IMMUNOMODULATING ACTIVITY OF A TOPICAL GEL CONTAINING ACTIVE PEPTIDE COMPONENTS ON THE MODEL OF EXPERIMENTAL BACTERIAL VAGINITIS

Kolobov A.A., Leontieva G.F., Kramskaya T.A., Zakrevskaya A.V., Grabovskaya K.B., Smirnova M.P., Roshchina N.G., Ermolenko E.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):614
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ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF SYNTHETIC ANALOGOUS OF CAPRINE PEPTIDES BACTENECINS TOWARDS DRUG-RESISTANT BACTERIA

Kopeykin P.M., Cheredova K.V., Zharkova M.S., Kolobov A.A., Smirnova M.P., Orlov D.S., Afinogenova A.G., Afinogenov G.E., Sukhareva M.S., Milman B.L., Shamova O.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):614-615
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ANTI-INFLAMMATORY EFFECT OF ITRACONAZOLE IN PATIENTS WITH ALLERGIC BRONCHOPULMONARY ASPERGILLOSIS

Kozlova Y.I., Frolova E.V., Uchevatkina A.E., Filippova L.V., Klimko N.N.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):615
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SAPONIN TAUROSID Sx1 ADMINISTRATION ENHANCES ANTIBODY PRODUCTION IN MICE, CHALLENGED WITH INFLUENZA VIRUS OR IMMUNIZED WITH INFLUENZA GRIPPOL® VACCINE

Maligina V.Y., Andronovskaja I.B., Krivorutchenko Y.L., Grishkovetz V.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):615-616
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ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF SYNTHESIZED COMPOUNDS FROM DIFFERENT CLASSES OF CHEMICALS

Rogacheva E.V., Kraeva L.A., Khamdulaeva G.N., Chelibanov V.P.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):616
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DEVELOPMENT OF MAGNETICALLY CONTROLLED ANTIBACTERIAL COMPLEX EFFECTIVE AGAINST BIOFILMS

Rumyantceva V.I., Andreeva U.I., Drozdov A.S., Vinogradov V.V., Koshel E.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):616
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A STUDY OF THE POTENTIAL OF SPIDER SILK USE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF ANTIBACTERIAL DRUGS

Rumyantceva V.I., Koshel E.I.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):617
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CAPSULE SPECIFIC POLYSACCHARIDE DEPOLYMERASES OF KLEBSIELLA PNEUMONIAE BACTERIOPHAGES: IMPLICATION IN TYPING AND TREATMENT

Volozhantsev N.V., Solovieva E.V., Krasilnikova V.M., Myakinina V.P., Verevkin V.V., Borzilov A.I., Shpirt A.M., Knirel Y.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):617
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DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW ANTI-INFLUENZA COMPOUND BASED ON CAMPHOR SCAFFOLD

Zarubaev V.V., Lavrentieva I.N., Yarovaya O.I., Sokolova A.S., Salakhutdinov N.F.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):617-618
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COMBINED ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF ANTIMICROBIAL PEPTIDES AND ANTISEPTIC AGENTS

Zharkova M.S., Umnyakova E.S., Afinogenov G.E., Afinogenova A.G., Shamova O.V.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):618
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EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PNEUMOCOCCAL VACCINES FOR PREVENTION OF COMMUNITY-ACQUIRED PNEUMONIA IN SERVICEMEN

Zhogolev S.D., Kulikov P.V., Zhogolev K.D., Aminev R.M., Kuzin A.A.

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):618
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Instructions to Authors

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):619-621
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EDITORIAL

Author index

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):622-624
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Subject index

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Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(4):624
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