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Distribution of varicella-zoster virus (VZV) wild-type genotypes in northern and southern Europe: evidence for high conservation of circulating genotypes.
Phylogenetic analysis of 19 complete VZV genomic sequences resolves wild-type strains into 5 genotypes (E1, E2, J, M1, and M2), and validated a unified VZv genotyping strategy. Expand
Antibody to hepatitis E virus in HIV‐infected individuals and AIDS patients
HEV infection may have common transmission mechanisms (risk factors) with HIV infection rather than represent an additional opportunistic infection in AIDS. Expand
Extreme founder effect in an HIV type 1 subtype A epidemic among drug users in Svetlogorsk, Belarus.
Accumulation of transcripts coding for prion protein in human astrocytes during infection with human immunodeficiency virus.
- W. Müller, K. Pfeifer, +4 authors H. Schröder
- Biology, Medicine
- Biochimica et biophysica acta
- 9 June 1992
It is demonstrated by use of gel-retardation and filter binding assays that Tat binds to TAR- and PrP-RNA with the dissociation constants of 2.9 or 37.0 nM, respectively, at a molar ratio of 0.7 mol of Tat to 1 mol of RNA fragment. Expand
The HIV type 1 epidemic in Belarus: predominance of Eastern European subtype A strains and circulation of subtype B viruses.
- N. Lazouskaya, V. Eremin, K. Adema, E. Gasich, E. Baan, V. Lukashov
- Medicine, Mathematics
- AIDS research and human retroviruses
- 11 October 2005
Analysis of HIV-1 sequences from 30 individuals living in five cities in Belarus demonstrated that infections in all 12 injecting drug users and 14 of 18 individuals infected through sexual contacts were caused by subtype A viruses that are specific for the epidemic in the former Soviet Union (IDU-A viruses). Expand
A new unique recombinant HIV type 1 isolated from a child born to an HIV-infected mother.
Although cases with the CRF03_AB virus were previously described in patients from Belarus, CRF06_cpx and CRF02_AG are described in Belarus for the first time. Expand
Susceptibility of primary human glial fibrillary acidic protein-positive brain cells to human immunodeficiency virus infection in vitro: anti-HIV activity of memantine.
Memantine (1-amino-3,5-dimethyladamantane), a blocker of the N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor channels, was found to display a significant anti-HIV effect on enriched cultures of GFAP+ cells in vitro. Expand
Functionalization, cyclization and antiviral activity of A-secotriterpenoids.
- V. V. Grishko, N. V. Galaiko, +5 authors P. Slepukhin
- Chemistry, Medicine
- European journal of medicinal chemistry
- 18 August 2014
Lupane ketoxime and the 2,3-secolupane C-3 aldoxime which possess antiviral activities against both influenza A virus and HIV-1 were the most promising compounds. Expand
[Synthesis and antiviral activity of amides and conjugates of betulonic acid with amino acids].
The tested compounds mainly show no activity toward the ECHO6 virus, which is devoid of a coat, and the conjugate of betulonic acid 3-oxime with L-methionine is also active toward HIV-1. Expand
Viral water contamination as the cause of aseptic meningitis outbreak in Belarus.
- T. Amvrosieva, L. Titov, +9 authors Z. F. Bogush
- Central European journal of public health
- 1 August 2001
The data can point to the common primary source of enterovirus infection, connected to water and to the possibility of epidemic strain transmission from neighbouring states to the Republic of Belarus. Expand