S. Savchenko

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The in vitro studies revealed a number of promising drugs including gentamicin, doxycycline and minocycline for the treatment of malleus. The malleus causative agent was found to be highly susceptible to sulfamonomethoxine and biseptol as well as to imipenem and ofloxacin. Cephalosporins were less active but in the therapeutic concentrations they inhibited(More)
The problems of the sanitary guarding of frontiers comprise such aspects as the early recognition of infectious diseases, even those which are considered exotic in the Russian Federation. These diseases include glanders and melioidosis, infections which are endemic for some frontier regions. The study performed on experimental models of the pulmonary form(More)
Results of the analysis of the increase in the incidence of epidemic of the West Nile fever and climate conditions in the Volgograd region were presented. Certain seasonal periods and threshold values of temperature and humidity statistically associated with the epidemic rise were identified. The discussion of the probable mechanisms of indirect effects of(More)
The influence of acid exopolysaccharides of some Pseudomonas species on the viability and fractional disperse composition of Salmonella marcescens-9 aerosol under static conditions has been studied. Acid exopolysaccharides have been shown to form membranes around bacteria. These membranes, due to their adsorptive and water-retaining properties, seemingly(More)
The results of the molecular biological detection of the etiologic agent of hemorrhagic fever in Rostov Province are presented. The role of the causative agents of Astrakhan rickettsial fever, hemorrhagic fever with the renal syndrome, Q fever, leptospirosis and listeriosis has been excluded by means of such immunochemical reactions as the direct and(More)
We conducted a prospective, longitudinal study of seasonality in a vulnerable population, i.e., African students who migrated to a temperate climate. Consistent with previous cross-sectional studies, we hypothesized lower mood and energy, and higher appetite and weight, in fall/winter than in spring/summer. Four cohorts of African students attending a(More)
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