L. I. Aref'eva

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i. L. I. Lavrova, N. V. Kkimova, M. I. Shmar'yan, et al., Zh. Organ. Khim., i0, 761-765 (19 74). 2. N. V. Klimova, A. P. Arendaruk, M. A. Baranova, et al., Khim.-Farmats. Zh., No. Ii, 14-18 (1970). 3. V. N. Solov'ev and N. S. Tolmacheva, in: Inhibitors of Viral Activity [in Russian], Riga (1967), p. ii. 4. A. P. Arendaruk, N. I. Vasetchenkova, N. V.(More)
The authors examined 9 children aged from 13 months to 9 years who, while being in a general hospital, contracted enteroviral encephalitis induced by Coxsackie B3 virus with a possible involvement of Coxsackie B1 virus. This report on a group hospital outbreak of enteroviral encephalitis appears to be the first of the kind in the available literature. The(More)
AIM Study sensitivity of nosocomial microbes--causative agents of post-operative infectious complications in surgical profile patients to bacteriophages. MATERIALS AND METHODS Microbe isolates from biosubstrates of 223 surgical patients served as material. Microbes were isolated from blood, urine, wounds, intravascular catheters, abdominal cavity(More)
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