S B Iatsyshina

Ministry Of Health Of The Russian Federation, Moskva, Moscow, Russia

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    ABSTRACT: Assessment of genetic diversity of influenza virus A/H1N1 (sw2009) variants circulated in Russia, study of virus' pathogenicity in humans and potential resistance to antiviral drugs. Sequencing of PCR-fragments of genome of influenza viruses isolated from clinical and autopsy samples of 436 patients. Four full genome sequences of influenza viruses A/H1N1 (sw2009) were obtained. Phylogenetic analysis was performed. High degree of homology (98.9-100%) was found among influenza A/H1N1(sw2009) viruses in HA and NA genes as well as in their aminoacid sequences (1.3 and 1.4% respectively). Differences in other proteins did not exceed 1.1%. Diversity was found in position 222 of receptor-binding locus of HA and single amino acid polymorphism--in several internal proteins. Known mutations determining resistance to Tamiflu and Arbidol were not detected. All viruses were resistant to remantadine. Molecular markers of high pathogenicity were not found. High homology of influenza viruses determines low level of antigenic differences although in populations of viruses there are variants with different levels of adaptation to human organism and different affinity to receptors of upper and lower respiratory tract that can determine their different transmissibility.
    Zhurnal mikrobiologii, epidemiologii, i immunobiologii 01/2011;
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    ABSTRACT: To study the epidemiological and clinical features of the 2009-2010 pandemic influenza in Russia. Materials from 874 patients, including postmortem samples from 287 subjects, were examined applying the AmpliSens Influenza virus A/H1-swine-FL PCR kit designed and produced by the Central Research Institute of Epidemiology. The clinical and postmortem characteristics of 68 patients who had died from influenza A/H1N1 (sw2009) were analyzed in detail. The cause of deaths was primary virus pneumonia in most cases. The major manifestation of viral pathogenicity was impaired microcirculation leading to hemorrhage. No mutations conferring resistance to oseltamivir and arbidol were found. All A/H1N1swl viruses had genetic markers of remantadin resistance. The reagent kits developed by the Central Research Institute of Epidemiology proved to be effective. It is necessary to set up PCR laboratories that differentially diagnose influenza and acute respiratory viral infections in health care facilities in order to make early laboratory diagnosis of influenza and to timely perform its specific therapy.
    Terapevticheskii arkhiv 01/2010; 82(11):10-4. · 0.15 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Isolation and characterization of the influenza virus A/H5N1 strains, isolated from chicken in the Yandovka village (Tula Region) and from wild swan near the orifice of the Volga River that died during an outbreak of avian flu in autumn 2005, were carried out. Genetic and phylogenetic analyses were performed. The goals of the analysis were to determine possible geographical origin of the strain, genetic similarity of isolated strains to earlier sequenced isolates, epidemic potential, existence of pathogenicity markers, and resistance to antiviral drugs. It was shown that the isolated influenza virus belonged to highly pathogenic variants of China origin by a reassortment of viruses genotypes Z and V circulated in poultry and wild birds. A number of molecular markers of pathogenicity to gallinaceous birds and mammals were found out. Mutations in the hemagglutinin gene promoting potentially high rate of replication in humans as well as mutations causing the resistance to amantadine/rimantadine were not found. The strain isolated from wild swan had the mutation causing resistance to tamiflu/ozeltamivir.
    Molekuliarnaia genetika, mikrobiologiia i virusologiia 02/2008;
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    ABSTRACT: The aim of the study was to perform molecular genetic analysis based on multi-locus sequence typing in order to identify source of Legionnaires' disease outbreak in town Verkhnyaya Pyshma in July 2007 and genetic profile of the causative agent. Sequence-based typing protocol recommended by European Working Group on Legionella infection (EWGLI) was used. It was not possible to obtain satisfactory results of Fla gene sequencing for all samples. Obtained allelic profiles of other genes were typical for L. pneumophila. Allelic profiles of L. pneumophila isolated from patients were identical and matched with L. pneumophila DNA detected in water from hot water supply of domestic building, but differed from cooling tower's isolates and isolates from showerhead in apartment of one patient. Identity of 5 genes of L. pneumophila isolated from autopsy samples and from hot water of central hot water supply of domestic building confirms aspiration route of infection through hot water contaminated by the microorganism. L. pneumophila detected in water from cooling tower, showerhead in apartment of one patient, and from drainage canal of hot water supply station belonged to other allelic variants and, therefore, are not related with the outbreak.
    Zhurnal mikrobiologii, epidemiologii, i immunobiologii 01/2008;
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    ABSTRACT: The aim of the work was to develop a PCR-based assay for detection of L. pneumophila and L. micdadei in environmental samples as well as in clinical samples from low respiratory tract and to assess its analytic characteristics. The assay was used during investigation of the outbreak developed in July 2007 in town Verkhnyaya Pyshma (Sverdlovsk region). Polymerase-chain reaction (PCR)with fluorescent detection,sequencing and cloning of DNA fragments were used. Developed assay based on the PCR with fluorescent real-time/ endpointdetection is able to detect L. pneumophila in clinical and environmental samples and to quantify amount of bacterial DNA in water. Specificity of analysis (100%) was assessed using the panel of bacterial strains and samples from healthy individuals. Analytic sensitivity of assay and quantitation limit was 1000 GU in 1 ml. Sensitivity of the assay of artificially contaminated biological samples was 1000 bacteria in 1 ml. During outbreak investigation L. pneumophila DNAwas detected in 4 lung samples from 4 fatal cases, from 1 of 2 sputum samples, 1 of 2 bronchoalveolar lavage samples with X-ray confirmed pneumonia. Legionella's DNA was found in samples from cooling towers, central hot water supply as well as from showerheads in apartments of 3 patients. Fountain and drinking water samples were PCR-negative. Specificity of PCR-positive results was confirmed by sequencing. Use of the assay during outbreak in- vestigation allowed to confirm the diagnosis in fatal cases and quickly identify the possible source of infection.
    Zhurnal mikrobiologii, epidemiologii, i immunobiologii 01/2008;
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    ABSTRACT: To develop a diagnostic kit for detection of SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome)-related coronavirus RNA based on reverse transcription and polymerase chain reaction and to estimate its specificity and sensitivity. 68 virus and bacterial cultures, 240 clinical samples from people without SARS symptoms and also 22 RNA samples from patients with SARS symptoms received during the epidemic in Beijing were used. The specificity of the kit was determined using animal coronaviruses and other bacterial and viral strains, causing acute respiratory and intestinal infections, and was shown to be 100%. The sensitivity of the kit in different clinical samples was 2.2 x 10(3) genome equivalents of recombinant SARS RNA in 1 ml of the specimen. The kit was evaluated in the Institute of Microbiology and Epidemiology of Beijing (China) using SARS-cov viral suspension and clinical samples from patients with suspected SARS. It was shown that kit was able to detect 10 TCID/50 ml of SARS-Cov virus. Testing of clinical samples from patients with suspected SARS showed that diagnostic sensitivity of the kit was 95%. Detection of the SARS-Cov RNA was more effective in feces compared to sputum 990 and 40%, respectively). The kit "AmpliSens SARS" for qualitative detection of SARS-related coronavirus RNA by reverse transcription and polymerase chain reaction (PCR) in nasopharyngeal wash/aspirates, naso/oropharyngeal swabs, plasma, and extract from feces has been developed in the Central Research Institute for Epidemiology of the RF Ministry of Health. The kit contains reagents for RNA isolation and purification, cDNA synthesis by reverse transcription of RNA, for PCR and for electrophoretic analysis of amplified products. The kit also contains recombinant positive and internal control samples allowing to control efficiency of analysis and showed good analytical and diagnostic characteristics.
    Terapevticheskii arkhiv 02/2004; 76(4):25-30. · 0.15 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Haemophilius influenzae, type b (Hib) bacteria, were genotyped by multilocus sequence typing (MLST) using 5 loci (adk, fucK, mdh, pgi, recA). 42 Moscow Hib strains (including 38 isolates form cerebrospinal fluid of children, who had purulent meningitis in 1999-2001, and 4 strains isolated from healthy carriers of Hib), as well as 2 strains from Yekaterinburg were studied. In MLST a strain is characterized, by alleles and their combinations (an allele profile) referred to also as sequence-type (ST). 9 Sts were identified within the Russian Hib bacteria: ST-1 was found in 25 strains (57%), ST-12 was found in 8 strains (18%), ST-11 was found in 4 strains (9%) and ST-15 was found in 2 strains (4.5%); all other STs strains (13, 14, 16, 17, 51) were found in isolated cases (2.3%). A comparison of allelic profiles and of nucleotide sequences showed that 93% of Russian isolates, i.e. strain with ST-1, 11, 12, 13, 15 and 17, belong to one and the same clonal complex. 2 isolates from Norway and Sweden from among 7 foreign Hib strains studied up to now can be described as belonging to the same clonal complex; 5 Hib strains were different from the Russian ones.
    Molekuliarnaia genetika, mikrobiologiia i virusologiia 02/2003;
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    ABSTRACT: An RT-PCR-based assay for detecting calicivirus RNA was developed. Samples of feces of 124 children patients with acute gastroenteritis were tested for the presence of NLV-1, NLV-2, and SLV. Calicivirus infection was detected in 6.4% of cases of children with acute gastroenteritis. All isolates were non-homogeneous Norwalk like Viruses 2 genotype with maximum nucleotide homology to the strains, isolated in UK and Japan. The use of the RT-PCR assay developed in our laboratory allowed the etiology of 22.2% of cases of acute gastroenteritis of uncertain etiology to be identified.
    Voprosy virusologii 01/2002; 47(6):33-7.