Y. Moldakhanov's scientific contributions

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Here we report the draft complete genome sequence of Escherichia phage vB_EcoM_IntR and Escherichia phage vB_EcoM_PiR isolated from a poultry farm soil sample. Bacteriophage isolation on the model of the pathogenic for birds Escherichia coli was carried out. Sequencing was carried out on the Illumina platform. Phage genomes were assembled using a s...
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Microbial diversity studies regarding the aquatic communities that experienced or are experiencing environmental problems are essential for the comprehension of the remediation dynamics. In this pilot study, we present data on the phylogenetic and ecological structure of microorganisms from epipelagic water samples collected in the Small Aral Sea (...
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Here, we present a virome analysis of the surface waters of the Small Aral Sea. In this case, shotgun metagenomic sequencing of the RNA and DNA virus community was used.
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Here, we present a metagenomic analysis of the microflora of the surface waters of the Shardara reservoir, the largest artificial reservoir in Southern Kazakhstan, created to meet irrigation and hydropower engineering needs. In this case, shotgun metagenomic sequencing of the microbial community DNA was used.
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Here, we describe the complete genome sequence of the Escherichia coli bacteriophage vB_EcoP_PR_Kaz2018, isolated from a water sample. vB_EcoP_PR_Kaz2018 is a linear double-stranded DNA T7-like podophage with a genome of 39,704 bp containing 45 predicted open reading frames (ORFs).
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Avian pathogenic Escherichia coli (APEC) bacteria are one of the main problems of the poultry industry. An effective way to combat colibacillosis is to use a phage preparation that lyses the bacteria. Here, we report the isolation of an E. coli -infecting phage, CEC_KAZ_2018, isolated from soil.

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... More in-depth studies have been carried out on the shrinkage of the Aral Sea [22][23][24], the microbiome of the Aral Sea [25][26][27], and the ecological environment of the basin [28][29][30][31][32]. The research on lake sediments has become more abundant, e.g., environmental reconstructions of the salt water, geological structure, etc. through biological indicators [33][34][35]; the use of sedimentary records of titanium changes to restore the wind intensity and frequency characteristics of western Central Asia since the Late Holocene [36]; the ecological risk assessment of potentially toxic elements in the North Aral Sea [16]; etc. ...
... Together with these achievements in understanding of immune molecular mechanisms, immunodiagnosis and immunotherapy, it has become possible to check more accurately how different medicine classes interrelate to the immune system. It is especially important for regulating organs to distinguish toxical side effects of immunomdulating medicines from their useful therapy effects [14]. ...