E. N. Bogacheva

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Influenza viruses are characterized by a high degree of antigenic variability, which causes the annual emergence of flu epidemics and irregularly timed pandemics caused by viruses with new antigenic and biological traits. Novel approaches to vaccination can help circumvent this problem. One of these new methods incorporates genetic vaccines based on(More)
The structure of the M1 protein of the influenza virus A/Puerto Rico/8/34 (PR8, subtype H1N1) in solution at acidic pH and in the composition of the virion has been studied by the tritium planigraphy method. A model of the spatial structure was constructed using a special algorithm simulating the experiment and a set of algorithms for predicting the(More)
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