R. A. Khamitov

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The efficacy of the antiviral agents nucleoside analogues manufactured in Russia and foreign countries against Bolivian hemorrhagic fever in the treatment and rapid prevention regimens was studied in guinea pigs. In rapid prevention and treatment of guinea pigs, the intraperitoneal injection of 1/10 of the equivalent dose of vero-ribavirin for this animal(More)
Genetic constructs were designed in order to optimize darbepoetin production in CHO cells. They are characterized by a higher level of structural optimization of the darbepoetin gene, a higher gene dose, and the selection of promoter elements that have never been used before for this purpose. A transient transfection of CHO cells by the obtained constructs(More)
The antiviral effectiveness of the combined and single use of superlow-dose amixine and virasole on the course of experimental hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome was studied in sucking albino mice parenterally infected with their virus Hantaan. The co-administration of virasole and amixine was shown to protect 52% of the infected animals from death,(More)
In the clinical trials of vaccine TEOVac in lower and reglamented doses under the conditions of remote vaccination, carried out on 11 volunteers, local reactions in the form of hyperemia, gingival edema (1 vaccinee), faucial hyperemia, enlargement of submaxillary lymph nodes (2 vaccinees) were registered in some of the vaccines; in one vaccinee systemic(More)
The metabolism of a continuous Ae. albopictus cell line (clone C6/36) was studied relative to the consumption of an environmental component by mammalian cells of the continuous lines Vero(B) and BNK-21 under steady-state cultivation conditions. The Ae. albopictus cells were found to utilize the amino acid glycine and on glycolysis they elaborated not more(More)
The evaluation of the biological and epidemiological properties of Ebola, Marburg, Lassa, and Machupo viruses suggests that they are of social importance for health care authorities. The studies have created prerequisites to the development of reliable biosafety means against these pathogens. Particular emphasis is laid on the methods for infection(More)
The comparative evaluation of R. prowazekii vaccine and virulent strains has revealed that strain Breinl possesses greater capacity for plaque formation than strain E. The possibility of using the plaque assay for differentiation of substrains 288 and 281 of strain E has been established.
It is shown that primary screening of drugs against the pathogens of hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome (HFV) may be performed, by using two approaches in estimating the suppression of plague formation and that of viral reproduction in the cultured cells. It is expedient to make a primary screening of interferon and its inductors to estimate the(More)