Svetlana S Marennikova: Influence Statistics

Svetlana S Marennikova

Svetlana S Marennikova

State Research Center for Virology and Biotechnology «Vector» | Vector State Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology, Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, ...

Svetlana S Marennikova: Expert Impact

Concepts for which Svetlana S Marennikova has direct influence: Variola virus , Monkeypox virus , Cowpox virus , Vaccinia virus , Central african republic , Smallpox virus , Viral genes .

Svetlana S Marennikova: KOL impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which for which Svetlana S Marennikova has influence: Monkeypox virus , Democratic republic , Smallpox vaccine , Nonhuman primates , Congo basin , Central africa , Bank voles .

KOL Resume for Svetlana S Marennikova

Year
2016

State Research Center for Virology and Biotechnology «Vector»

2004

Vector State Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology, Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Institute of Molecular Biology, 630559, Kol'tsovo, Novosibirsk Region, Russia

2003

State Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology VECTOR, Koltsovo, Novosibirsk Region, Russia.

1993

Institute for Viral Preparations, Academy of Medical Sciences of Russia, Moscow 109088, Russia

1990

Research Institute for Viral Preparations, Moscow, USSR.

1989

Moscow Research Institute of Viral Preparations, U.S.S.R. Ministry of Health.

1988

Research Institute of Viral Preparations, USSR Ministry of Health, Moscow.

1984

All-Union Oncologlc Science Center, Academy of Medical Sciences of the USSR, Moscow

1979

World Health Organization Collaborating Centre on Smallpox and Other Poxvirus Infections, Moscow Research Institute for Viral Preparations, Moscow

1978

WHO Collaborating Center on Smallpox and Other Poxvirus Infections, Moscow Research Institute of Virus Preparations, Ministry of Public Health, Moscow, USSR

1976

Smallpox Prophylaxis Laboratory, Moscow Research Institute for Viral Preparations, Ministry of Public Health, Moscow, 109088, Dubrovskaya 15, U.S.S.R.

1975

Research Institute for Viral Preparations, Ministry of Public Health, Moscow, U.S.S.R.

1973

Moscow Research Institute for Virus Preparations, Moscow

1971

Research Institute of Virus Preparations, Moscow, USSR

Prominent publications by Svetlana S Marennikova

KOL-Index: 6945 . DNA of the variola major virus strain India-1967 in the region of HindIII M, L, I fragments has been sequenced. Analysis of this sequence of 18029 bp revealed 19 potential open reading frames (ORFs). Four proposed proteins (L2R, H9R, L5L, L6R) contain metal-binding domains. Comparison of the variola virus (VAR) and vaccinia virus strain Copenhagen (COP) sequences show that the main ...
Known for Variola Virus | Nucleotide Sequence | Viral Genome | Amino Acid
KOL-Index: 6128 . Poxviruses were isolated from the kidneys of an outwardly healthy chimpanzee trapped in an area of the Democratic Republic of the Congo where a case of monkeypox had recently occurred in man, from the kidneys of clinically healthy cynomolgus monkeys in a colony in the Netherlands, and from monkeys suffering from monkeypox during outbreaks in colonies in the USA. It was established that two ...
Known for Variola Virus | Cynomolgus Monkeys | Cell Cultures | Democratic Republic
KOL-Index: 5336 . The authors studied the susceptibility of five species of rodent to monkeypox virus inoculated by various routes and the course of the infection. Reactions varied from complete resistance to lethal generalized infection with rash. Rabbits and white mice appeared to be the most susceptible species and young animals were more susceptible than adults. Monkeypox virus was found to infect young ...
Known for Monkeypox Virus | Rodent Species | Convalescent Animals | Poxviridae Infections
KOL-Index: 5286 . The complete genetic map of the variola major virus strain India-1967 is built basing on the sequence data. The suggested map is compared with the maps of the sequenced genomic regions of Copenhagen and Western Reserve strains of vaccinia virus and Harvey strain of variola major virus. The principle differences revealed in the genomic organization of these viruses are discussed.
Known for Vaccinia Virus | Viral Genome | Genetic Maps | Western Reserve
KOL-Index: 4796 . The causal agent of a case of disease in man occurring in the Democratic Republic of the Congo with a similar clinical picture to smallpox was isolated and studied. The agent was identified as monkeypox virus. A comparative study of the isolated strain (Congo-8) and of viruses isolated from similar cases of illness in Liberia (Liberia-1 and Liberia-2 strains) and Sierra Leone (V-70 1 266 ...
Known for Monkeypox Virus | Sierra Leone | Democratic Republic | Human Infection
KOL-Index: 4264 . SINCE the eradication of smallpox in Equatorial Africa several ‘new’ pox viruses have been isolated in our laboratory from materials collected by WHO field workers—monkeypox virus from an affected individual and the ‘whitepox’ viruses from apparently healthy monkeys and rodents. Monkeypox virus is not widespread but occasionally infects man and has caused death: 33 such cases have occurred ...
Known for Monkeypox Virus | Poxviridae Infections | Isolated Laboratory | Eradication Smallpox
KOL-Index: 4210 . A new poxvirus was isolated in 1974 from the kidney of a wild big gerbil(Rhombomys opimus) caught in Turkmenia, where these gerbils are wide-spread. The virus resembles cowpox virus and is markedly different from the virus of infectious ectromelia, the best-known poxvirus of rodents. The new virus is apparently identical to other poxvirus isolates made from white rats andFelidae in the ...
Known for Wild Rodents | Natural Hosts | Cowpox Virus | Infectious Ectromelia
KOL-Index: 3335 . Five strains of monkey pox viruses were compared with respect to their cultural characteristics in primary and continuous cell cultures and the lesions developed in embryonated eggs and in rabbit skin as well as to their hemagglutinating activity.Four strains (“Copenhagen” “65-31” “65-32” and “7-61”) appeared to be similar in their properties. The cytopathogenic effect (CPE) was identical ...
Known for Pox Virus | Species Specificity | Cultural Characteristics | Guinea Pigs

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