Особенности этиологии и иммунопатогенеза иксодовых клещевых боррелиозов


https://doi.org/10.21055/0370-1069-2009-3(101)-44-49

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Аннотация

В статье приводится характеристика возбудителей клещевых боррелиозов, описаны резервуарные хозяева и переносчики боррелий. Рассмотрено участие компонентов слюны клещей и поверхностных антигенов спирохет в механизмах инфицирования млекопитающих боррелиями. Изложен иммунопатогенез клещевого боррелиоза. Дана оценка существующим методам диагностики и вакцинопрофилактики клещевого боррелиоза.

Об авторах

С. Ф. Бикетов
Государственный научный центр прикладной микробиологии и биотехнологии
Россия


В. В. Фирстова
Государственный научный центр прикладной микробиологии и биотехнологии
Россия


И. И. Любимов
Государственный научный центр прикладной микробиологии и биотехнологии
Россия


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Для цитирования: Бикетов С.Ф., Фирстова В.В., Любимов И.И. Особенности этиологии и иммунопатогенеза иксодовых клещевых боррелиозов. Проблемы особо опасных инфекций. 2009;(3(101)):44-49. https://doi.org/10.21055/0370-1069-2009-3(101)-44-49

For citation: Bicketov S.F., Firstova V.V., Lyubimov I.I. Ethiology and Immunopathogenesis Peculiarities of Ixodic Tick-Borne Borreliosis. Problems of Particularly Dangerous Infections. 2009;(3(101)):44-49. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.21055/0370-1069-2009-3(101)-44-49

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