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199406, Санкт-Петербург, ул.Гаванская, д. 49, корп.2

ISSN 1999-6314


Фундаментальные исследования • Вирусология

Том: 14
Статья: « 55 »
Страницы:. 666-689
Опубликована в журнале: 18 июля 2013 г.

English version

Сероэпидемиология гриппа птиц (обзор литературы)

Кихтенко Н.В., Ильичева Т.Н., Рыжиков А.Б.

ФБУН ГНЦ вирусологии и биотехнологии «Вектор»
630559, р.п. Кольцово Новосибирской области, Россия.


Резюме
В обзоре представлен мета-анализ литературы, посвященной изучению популяционного иммунитета против гриппа птиц. В результате информационного поиска по базам данных РИНЦ, PubMed и SCOPUS на 15.08.2013 выявлена 61 публикация по данной теме, из них 56 – на английском языке, 4 – на русском и одна – на китайском. Дана характеристика вирусов гриппа птиц, в том числе вируса гриппа А/H7N9, вызвавшего недавно вспышку заболевания среди людей в Китае, описаны уровни популяционного иммунитета против различных вирусов гриппа птиц и ситуация в России, а также рассмотрены критерии ВОЗ для проведения серологических исследований и ретроспективного серологического подтверждения случаев инфицирования человека вирусом гриппа птиц, методы проведения серологических исследований, кинетика образования антител против вируса гриппа птиц у человека, факторы риска заражения человека гриппом птиц.


Ключевые слова
популяционный иммунитет, человеческая популяция, грипп птиц, H5N1, H7N9, H9N2, сероэпидемиологические исследования.



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