Elena Erastova

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The purified preparations of Klebsiella bacteriophages, viz. the monovalent preparation of K. pneumoniae bacteriophage and the polyvalent bacteriophage preparation for the treatment of infections caused by K. ozaenae, K. rhinoscleromatis scleromatis and K. pneumoniae sensu lato, have been obtained. The bacteriophage preparations have proved to be nontoxic(More)
The wide variety of scientific user communities work with data since many years and thus have already a wide variety of data infrastructures in production today. The aim of this paper is thus not to create one new general data architecture that would fail to be adopted by each and any individual user community. Instead this contribution aims to design a(More)
The authors assess the efficacy of phage therapy ofsuppurative and inflammatory complications in oncological patients. A clinical and laboratory analysis has involved 131 patients whose etiotropic therapy consisted of bacteriophages (65 patients) and antibiotics (66). Medicinal phages, manufactured by the Tbilisi Research Institute for Vaccines and Sera,(More)
Bacterial flora in pathological excreta of cancer patients and sanitary analysis specimens was compared. Enterobacteriaceae (Escherichia coli, Klebsiellas, Proteus, etc.)--34.8 staphylococci--25, enterococci--14.7 and Pseudomonas aeruginosa--7.6% were chiefly responsible for infection--induced complications in both study groups. Among the factors of(More)
The biochemical identification and serological typing of 104 Klebsiella pneumoniae strains isolated from oncological patients in cases of purulent septic complications were carried out with the use of agglutinating K-sera prepared at the All-Union Escherichia Center. According to the character of K-antigens contained in these strains they were found to(More)
The flora isolated from cancer patients in cases of infectious complications has been found to consist of Gram-negative bacteria. Of 414 isolated Gram-negative bacteria strains, 369 strains belonged to the family Enterobacteriaceae, 38 strains to the family Pseudomonaceae, and 7 strains to other families. Enterobacteria were mainly represented by bacteria(More)
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