A. I. Borodulin

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The results of preliminary studies on the biological component of atmospheric aerosol and annual dynamics of the total atmospheric aerosol protein concentration in the southern regions of Western Siberia were considered in the preceding works [1, 2]. Live microorganisms contained in atmospheric aerosols can be transferred over large distances and to high(More)
A new personal bioaerosol sampler has recently been developed and evaluated for sampling of viable airborne bacteria and fungi under controlled laboratory conditions and in the field. The operational principle of the device is based on the passage of air through porous medium immersed in liquid. This process leads to the formation of bubbles within the(More)
The Research Institute of Aerobiology of the State Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology “Vector” and the Institute of Atmosphere Optics of the Siberian Division, Russian Academy of Sciences have been systematically monitoring tropospheric biogenic aerosols (bioaerosols) in the southern region of Western Siberia since December 1998. Samples of(More)
Although statistical aspects of the distribution of atmospheric impurity concentration have long been a subject of extensive discussion in the literature, this problem is still of considerable theoretical and applied importance. The biogenic component of tropospheric aerosol in the southern regions of Western Siberia is a subject of systematic research at(More)
Functional testing of the bioreactor for stirring culture in microgravity was performed during the microgravity episodes aboard research airplane Il-76 following the Kepler parabolic flight path. The attempt to produce the gas vortex stirring effect in a given liquid volume was a failure. Nonetheless, the stirrer ventilator is capable to agitate liquid(More)
The biogenic component of the atmospheric aerosol in the southern regions of Western Siberia is a subject of systematic monitoring implemented at the Vector State Research Center for Virology and Biotechnology in collaboration with some institutes of the Siberian Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences [1–4]. Net atmospheric protein is the most(More)
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