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This monograph in Russian contains 463 pages.
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CONTENTS PREFACE FROM THE AUTHORS 1.
MODERN CONCEPTS IN THE NATURAL FOCALITY OF DISEASES 1.
Milestones in developing the doctrine 1.
Fundamentals of epizootiology and epidemiology 1.
Origin of microbial pathogenicity for humans 1.
Importance of tick-borne infections in infectious pathology 1.
TICK-BORNE ENCEPHALITIS TBE 2.
Brief historical introduction 2.
Taxonomy and general description of the virus 2.
Distribution of natural foci 2.
Reservoir hosts and vectors of the virus 2.
Developmental cycle of main vectors and life cycle of the virus 2.
Vertical and horizontal transmission of the virus 2.
Infection rate and individual infestation of ticks 2.
General model of the epizootic process 2.
Sources of the agent 2.
Mechanism and ways of the agent transmission, and susceptibility of people 2.
Causes and intensity of population contacts with natural foci 2.
IXODID TICK-BORNE BORRELIOSES ITBB 3.
Taxonomy and general description of borreliae 3.
Species and intraspecies diversity 3.
Distribution of natural foci 3.
Reservoir hosts and vectors of borreliae 3.
Life cycle of borreliae 3.
Vertical and horizontal transmission of borreliae 3.
Infection rate and individual infestation of ticks 3.
Features of epizootic process model 3.
Sources of the agent; the mechanism and ways of the agent transmission 3.
Susceptibility of people; the causes and intensity of population contacts with natural foci 3.
Morbidity Seasonality Annual rate Geographical distribution 3.
Immunity, borreliemia and antigenemia 3.
HUMAN MONOCYTIC EHRLICHIOSIS HME AND HUMAN GRANULOCYTIC ANAPLASMOSIS HGA 4.
Brief historical introduction 4.
Distribution of natural foci 4.
Reservoir hosts and vectors of ehrlichia and anaplasma pathogenic for humans 4.
Horizontal and vertical transmission of HME and HGA agents; infection rate of ticks 4.
Clinical manifestations of HME and HGA 4.
Immunity and antigenemia 4.
MIXED INFECTIONS TRANSMITTED BY IXODID TICKS 5.
Biocenotic fundamentals of mixed infections 4 natural focality existence 5.
Relationships between agents in mixed-infected ixodid ticks 5.
Mixed infection rate of ixodid ticks and their hosts 5.
Spatial relationships of correlated parasitic systems and the dynamics of loimopotential of natural foci 5.
Morbidity of mixed tick-borne infections 5.
Clinical manifestations and diagnostics of mixed infections 5.
NATURAL FOCI MONITORING AS A BASIS OF EPIDEMIOLOGIC SURVEILLANCE 7.
LABORATORY DIAGNOSTICS FOR INFECTIONS TRANSMITTED BY IXODID TICKS 7.
Objectives and aims of laboratory diagnostics 7.
Problems of laboratory diagnostics for TBE, ITBB, HGA, and HME 7.
Problems of standardization for TBE, ITBB, HGA, and HME 4 />Direct detection of the agent.
Microscopy Immunofluorescent microscopy for the detection of TBE virus.
Dark-field microscopy of live bacterial preparations ITBB.
Microscopy of fixed and stained preparations ITBB, HGA, HME.
Microscopy of histological preparations impregnated with silver ITBB.
Cultivation Isolation of TBE virus.
Cultivation of Anaplasma and Ehrlichia.
Pros and cons of direct detection methods.
Indirect immunofluorescence assay IFA.
Human granulocytic anaplasmosis and monocytic ehrlichiosis.
Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay ELISA Recombinant and peptide antigens.
Sensitivity and specificity of assay.
Commercial ELISA-based test systems.
Human granulocytic anaplasmosis and monocytic ehrlichiosis.
Pros and cons of serological tests.
Practical usefulness of different serological tests.
Interpretation of serologic diagnostics results.
Detection of agent-specific antigens and nucleic acids.
Molecular detection methods PCR.
Detection of TBE virus-specific antigens.
Pros and cons of molecular methods.
Problems interpreting positive results.
Promising methods of laboratory diagnostics.
Developments in the field of multiplexed assay.
Hardware and methodical equipment of multiplexed assay.
Multiplexed tests for serological and PCR diagnostics of infections with natural focality.
Phosphorescent analysis PHOSPHAN Principle of PHOSPHAN.
Use of PHOSPHAN method for detection of pathogens.
Use of PHOSPHAN method for cDNA fragments detection.
Efficacy of PHOSPHAN method for serological diagnostics of TBE and ITBB.
Use of PHOSPHAN method for detection and differentiation of immunoglobulin G for arboviruses.
Use of PHOSPHAN method for antibody spectrum detection in serological diagnostics of ITBB.
Use of PHOSPHAN method for simultaneous detection of immunoglobulin G to ITBB and TBE agents.
Specific antibody detection in filter paper dried whole blood or blood serum 7.
STRATEGY AND TACTICS OF PROPHYLAXIS 8.
Suppression of vector populations.
Health education and communication.
The distance Тюбинг Эксклюзив Летающая тарелка, 100 см the dispersion of questing nymphs and adult ticks depends on the home range size of hosts.
The primary hosts for larvae of I.
In the forest parks of Moscow, the most common small mammals are the bank vole M.
The alternative hypothesis is that TBEV was present in this territory previously and has circulated for a long time but was not previously detected.
The natural foci of TBEV exhibited a mosaic spatial structure Korenberg et al.
In particular, it was shown that natural foci of TBEV could be divided into a core zone and an expansion zone Korenberg et al.
The natural foci of TBEV exhibited a mosaic spatial structure Korenberg et al.
In particular, it was shown that natural foci of TBEV could тема DKC / ДКС ZDU05B DFU/5/BIANCO, цветной разделитель/изолятор развод divided into a core zone and an expansion zone Korenberg et al.
The TBEV core zone was the most stable and most epizootically active component of the foci Korenberg et al.
Here, we report the first confirmed autochthonous tick-borne encephalitis case diagnosed in Moscow in 2016 and describe the detection of tick-borne encephalitis virus TBEV in ticks and small mammals in a Moscow park.
The paper includes data from two patients who were bitten by TBEV-infected ticks in Moscow city; one of these cases led to the development of the meningeal form of TBE.
Both TBEV-infected ticks attacked patients in the same area.
We collected ticks and trapped small mammals in this area in 2017.
All samples were screened for the presence of pathogens causing tick-borne diseases by PCR.
The TBEV-positive ticks and small mammals' tissue samples were subjected to virus isolation.
The sequencing of the complete polyprotein gene of the positive samples was performed.
A total of 227 questing ticks were collected.
TBEV was detected in five specimens of Ixodes ricinus.
We trapped 44 small mammals, mainly bank voles Myodes glareolus and pygmy field mice Apodemus uralensis.
Two samples of brain tissue from bank voles yielded a positive signal in RT-PCR for TBEV.
We obtained six virus isolates from the ticks and brain tissue of a bank vole.
Complete genome sequencing showed that the obtained isolates belong to the European subtype and have low diversity with sequence identities as high as 99.
GPS tracking showed that the maximum distance between the exact locations where the TBEV-positive ticks were collected was 185 m.
We assume that the forest park had been free of TBEV and that the virus was recently introduced.
The distance of the dispersion of questing nymphs and adult ticks depends on the home range size of hosts.
The primary hosts for larvae of I.
In the forest parks of Moscow, the most common small mammals are the bank vole M.
Here, we report the first confirmed autochthonous tick-borne encephalitis case diagnosed in Moscow in 2016 and describe the detection of Tick-borne encephalitis virus TBEV in ticks and small mammals in a Moscow park.
The paper includes data from two patients who were bitten by TBEV-infected ticks within the Moscow city limits; one of these cases led to the 4 of the meningeal form of TBE.
Both TBEV-infected ticks attacked patients in the same area.
We collected ticks and trapped small mammals in this area in 2017.
All samples were screened for the presence of pathogens causing tick-borne diseases by PCR.
The TBEV-positive ticks and small mammals' tissue samples were subjected to virus isolation.
The sequencing of the complete polyprotein gene of the positive samples was performed.
A total of 227 questing ticks were collected.
TBEV was detected in five specimens of Ixodes ricinus.
We trapped читать small mammals, mainly bank voles Myodes glareolus узнать больше pygmy field mice Apodemus uralensis.
Two samples of brain tissue from bank voles yielded a positive signal in RT-PCR for TBEV.
We obtained six 4 isolates from the ticks and brain tissue of a bank vole.
Complete genome sequencing showed that the obtained isolates belong to the European subtype and have low diversity with sequence identities as high as 99.
GPS tracking showed that the maximum distance between the exact locations where the TBEV-positive ticks were collected was 185 m.
We assume that the forest park was free of TBEV and that the virus was recently introduced.
Proinsulin is one of the indicators reflecting the functional activity of the pancreas.
The review examined the causes of hyperproinsulinemia and the diagnostic value of proinsulin in patients with diabetes mellitus type 1 and 2.
The role of proinsulin in the regulation of metabolic pathways and the preservation of the functional activity of cells under physiological conditions, during aging and during pathological processes is discussed.
Studies in these areas justify the inclusion of proinsulin in the superfamily of signaling factors.
The neuroprotective activity of proinsulin and its potential as a therapeutic tool for neurodegenerative diseases and retinal dystrophy are considered.
The geo-ontology principles of identifying the functional connectivity of all components of the socio-biological system have been used as the basis for developing a unified and scientifically rigorous methodology of preprocessing epidemiological information and its preparation for further use.
The specific features in epidemiological information are highlighted as well as the need for territorial linkage of the objects and situations under study in order to ensure the adequacy of management decisions.
According to the principles of designing relational databases, an integrated epidemiological database has been generated, which includes the жмите сюда coordinates of the objects and situations under study.
Such a territorial linkage when implemented using GIS technologies provides a means of solving regional problems of estimating the probability of disease with due regard for the specific features of the location, which ensures competent and targeted work of the system of medical and environmental monitoring.
The continually updated databases have been created and patented, which are compatible with ArcGIS and contain basic epidemiological data on the incidence of tick-borne encephalitis and tick-borne borreliosis, based on information received from hospitals in Irkutsk.
For updating the integrated database with information on the occurrence of infections across landscapes, annual since 2005 expeditions have been conducted in several key areas of Irkutsk oblast which are distinguished by landscape diversity, vector size, attendance and morbidity of the population.
Ticks and their hosts are collected and analyzed for the presence of pathogens of natural focal infections.
More than 25 thousand ticks were caught, whose infection with tick-borne encephalitis virus averaged 1.
Visualization of epidemiological information used the methods of end-to-end geographical mapping of the territory, the logic of which formulates the principles of geoinformation mapping and naturally includes a natural territorial component.
This chapter examines the contemporary understanding of natural preconditions for disease as unique features of the environment that determine the emergence and function of host—parasite systems and the spread of natural foci.
The chapter presents textual descriptions and maps that represent the distribution, long-term average annual morbidity rate for 85 administrative subjects of the Russian Federation, and the long-term dynamics of the major natural focal diseases found on Russian territory.
The chapter contains information on the distribution of 4 nosological entities diseasestheir epidemic function, conditions of population infections and oscillations in epizootic and epidemiological activity in natural foci that note seasonality and annual changes.
Wherever possible, the level of danger and infection risk are evaluated.
Map compilation was based on statistical data on population morbidity for infectious diseases from 1997 to 2015 and parasitic diseases from 2006 to 2015.
These data were gathered by government sanitary and epidemiological monitoring services.
основываясь на этих данных the basis of literature data and results of own research in the article describes the features of the epidemiology of combined natural focal infections, their distribution in the Russian Federation, pathogenesis and clinical features to suit different combinations of pathogen agents.
The data on the mixed infection of ticks by different agents in various combinations, as well as polyetiology infected of reservoir hosts Showing different variants of combined natural focal infections in humans caused by the associations of microorganisms, including up to five assiociants, as well as features of the pathogenesis and clinical manifestations Based on original research developed a method of a quantitative estimation the activity of combined natural foci and complex of measures on surveillance and control of combined natural focal infections.
The tick-borne encephalitis TBE and Ixodid tick-borne borreliosis ITBB have joint vectors and form combined natural foci throughout all their area, but their epidemiology differs.
The risk for Irkutsk city residents to get infected with these diseases, and its relationship with ecological, geographical, demographic and social factors during last 20 years have been analyzed.
The change of the diseases proportion is shown; electronic case map and places of most risk are presented.
Considerable sex-age and social differences between patients have been revealed.
The cases of repeated TBE and ITBB have been found.
Epidemiologic patterns of spread of TBE and Lyme Borreliosis in the Kemerovo region within 23 years 1993 - 2015 have been studied.
It has been established that sickness rate of TBE has reduced while sickness rate of Lyme Borreliosis has increased.
Risk groups and risk areas of distribution of tick-borne infections have been detected.
Borrelia DNA has been detected in 35,46 ± 6,26% of ticks, TBE virus antigen has been detected in 2,2 ± 0,28% of ticks.
Sickness rate of tick-borne infections and rate of detection of infected ticks differentiate in different areas of the region which therefore should involve differential approach to organization preventive measures.
On territories of the Astrakhan area naturally-nidal diseases the vections of that are eruptive claws are widely widespread.
Certain conformities to law, depending on the factors of environment with changing of seasons and weather terms, certain geographical landscapes, anthropogenic factors, come to light at the study of features of epidemic process of these infections.
An epidemiology and epizootic situation testifies to activation of natural hearths of Crimean hemorrhagic fever and Astrakhan rickettsial fever, tick infections of dominant on territory of the Astrakhan area.
Certain peculiarities of senescence of an Ixodes persulcatus population were established according to the changes in the age composition of unfed adult ticks belonging to different groups.
It was found that the expenditure of reserve nutrients is irregular, this irregularity being greater in males than in females.
Early in the season younger ticks become active, 4 in the second half of the season - older ones.
The maximum life span of females in fir forests of western Sayan Mountains is 70 to 80 days and that of males - 65 to 70 days.
The average life span of females is greater than that of males.
The above conclusions are rather preliminary mainly due to irregular character of senescence of 4 and to subjectivity of the age evaluation in using qualitative criteria.
The taiga tick, Ixodes persulcatus, the main vector of tick-borne encephalitis TBE virus and the Lyme diseases spirochete, Borrelia burgdorferi, populates southern taiga forests of Russia from the Baltic Sea to the Pacific Ocean.
For about thirty years, from the beginning of the 1950s until the end of the 1970s, tick control was the leading strategy of TBE prevention in Russia.
Large-scale acaricidal treatment of tick populated forest areas, which were habitually visited by people or where TBE cases regularly occurred, provided effective tick control and, as a result, significant reduction in the number of TBE cases.
DDT was found to be the only acaricide which produced complete elimination of the tick populations over the treated areas through a single treatment.
During those years, numerous data on various aspects of acaricidal impact on tick populations were obtained, and models of the elimination of tick populations and their subsequent re-establishment were developed.
At present, stringent requirements for toxicological characteristics of pesticides and increased public concern about environmental safety make such treatment impossible; moreover, in many cases such treatment would be epidemiologically groundless.
The emergence of new tick-borne infections, however, increases the necessity for human protection which in many cases could be most effective through controlling the tick vectors.
The practical experience accumulated by Russian scientists may be of great value for the current development of new approaches to the prevention of tick-transmitted diseases.
In some studies the prevalence of tick infection infection rate and the intensity of infection are negatively correlated with unfed tick age in the broad sense of this term.
However, no special research has been carried out to consider the phenomenon thoroughly.
The infection indices of the female taiga ticks, Ixodes persulcatus, infected with Borrelia burgdorferi s.
A novel quantitative technique of physiological age determination based on the evaluation of the ratios between sizes of the stable scutum and the changing alloscutum structures of the tick body was used.
The age was estimated in accordance with the classical age-grade scale introduced by Balashov and a more fractional scale determined by the new technique.
In total, 131 female ticks were examined for their infection and physiological age, 46 of which were infected with B.
The minimal intensity of infection was 0.
There was no difference between the prevalence of infection in ticks of different physiological age.
The intensity of infection obviously differed between ticks of different age groups in the scale introduced by Balashov but did not significantly differ between ticks of different age groups according to the fractional age-grade scale.
The data concerning the relationships between Borrelia burgdorferi and unfed Ixodes ticks are considered.
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With the notable exception of Powassan virus, which can be transmitted within minutes after attachment by an infected tick, there is no doubt that the risk of transmission of other I.
This review summarizes data from experimental transmission studies to reinforce the important disease-prevention message that regular at least daily tick checks and prompt tick removal has strong potential to reduce the risk of transmission of I.
The most likely scenario for human exposure to an I.
However, recent reviews have failed to make a clear distinction between data based on transmission studies where experimental hosts were fed upon by a single versus multiple infected ticks.
A summary of data from experimental studies on transmission of Lyme disease spirochetes Bo.
In the specific context of risk for human infection, the most relevant experimental studies therefore are those where the probability of pathogen transmission at a given point in time after attachment was determined using a single infected tick.
The minimum duration of attachment by single infected I.
There is no experimental evidence for transmission of Lyme disease spirochetes by single infected I.
Caveats to the results from experimental transmission studies, including specific circumstances such as re-attachment of previously partially fed infected ticks that may lead to more rapid transmission are discussed.
There is little information on anaplasmosis and ehrlichiosis in ruminants in China.
Positive samples were further analyzed with a standard PCR for the gltA.
DNA was detected 4 the sheep 11.
DNA was detected in sheep 1.
Sequencing of gltA PCR products showed that A.
JX629807 were present in ruminants from China, while the 16S rRNA FRET-qPCR sequence data indicated that there might also be A.
BL126-13 KJ410243and Anaplasma sp.
Our study shows that domestic ruminants from 4 are not uncommonly infected with a variety of Anaplasma spp.
This study reports for the first time molecular detection of Anaplasma platys infection in 4 13.
A low occurrence 3.
Rickettsia, Bartonella, Orientia tsutsugamushi, and Ehrlichia DNA were not detected in the dog blood samples.
The role of A.
To detect and perform the molecular characterization of these pathogens in ticks and domestic dogs in Bahia Blanca City Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Fifty six blood samples from dogs and 82 ticks 75 Rhipicephalus sanguineus and 7 Amblyomma tigrinum were studied.
Molecular characterization was also performed by amplification of the fragment of the citrate synthase gene gltA Rickettsia genus and the groESL gene A.
Phylogenetic trees were constructed using the neighbor-joining method.
These trees revealed that sequences obtained are similar to those from other geographical regions.
The results indicate the presence of R.
From 2000 to 2004, ticks were collected by dragging a blanket in four habitat areas in The Netherlands: dunes, heather, forest, and a city park.
Tick densities were calculated, and infection with Borrelia burgdorferi and Anaplasma and Ehrlichia species was investigated by reverse line blot analysis.
The infection rates varied significantly for the four study areas and years, ranging from 0.
Borrelia infection rates were highest in the dunes, followed by the forest, the city park, and heather area.
The following Borrelia species were found: Borrelia sensu lato strains not identified to the species level 2.
Borrelia lusitaniae, Ehrlichia chaffeensis, and the human granylocytic anaplasmosis agent were not detected.

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