Natalia Kiseleva

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Staphylococcus aureus is a notorious pathogen highly successful at developing resistance to virtually all antibiotics to which it is exposed. Staphylococcal phage 2638A endolysin is a peptidoglycan hydrolase that is lytic for S. aureus when exposed externally, making it a new candidate antimicrobial. It shares a common protein organization with more than 40(More)
The method for refolding of mini-antibodies using size-exclusion chromatography via arginine solution layer was developed. This method allows to refold scFv, to separate both aggregated protein and low molecular weight compounds and to isolate functionally active protein preparation in monomeric form. The comparison of various scFv preparations isolated(More)
The peculiarities of feeding of American mink in various waterbodies of the Southern Urals are described. The structure of the mink ration considerably depends on the type of water body. In all water bodies, fish, insects, and mammals were in the group of main forage; in lakes, mollusks or crayfish were added to this group. Birds and frogs in all water(More)
Staphylococcus aureus is an important pathogen, with methicillin-resistant (MRSA) and multi-drug resistant strains becoming increasingly prevalent in both human and veterinary clinics. S. aureus causing bovine mastitis yields high annual losses to the dairy industry. Conventional treatment of mastitis by broad range antibiotics is often not successful and(More)
The purpose of the study was a comparative study of antiplatelet activity of acetylsalicylic acid drugs, produced in gastro-resistant form trombopol 75 mg and aspirin cardio 100 mg in patients with high risk of cardiovascular events. Effect of trombopol 75 mg versus 100 mg aspirin cardio on platelet aggregation in 30 patients with high risk of(More)
AIM To assess in the aggregate hemodynamic peculiarities and changes of the myocardium as well as contribution of hypertension in formation of coronary risk in metabolic syndrome (MS). MATERIAL AND METHODS Patients (n=290) with hypertension of I-II degree and duration > or = 5 years were subjected to laboratory (parameters of lipid spectrum, glucose and(More)
322 Until the mid 20th century, Chelyabinsk oblast was inhabited by the European mink Mustela lutreola (Linnaeus, 1761). In the 1960s, the American mink Neovison vison (Schreber, 1777) was introduced in the Southern Urals. A total of 478 American minks were released in 1960 to 1966; 22 years later, the proportion of this species among minks taken by hunters(More)