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|Title:||BACTERIAL AND VIRAL PATHOGENS IN IXODES SP. TICKS IN ST. PETERSBURG AND LENINGRAD DISTRICT||Authors:||Panferova, Yu. A.
Suvorova, M. A.
Shapar, A. O.
Tokarevich, Nicolai K.
|Keywords:||tick-borne pathogens;tick-borne encephalitis virus;Borrelia sp.;Rickettsia sp.;infectivity rate;PCR detection||Issue Date:||2018||Publisher:||St. Petersburg Pasteur Institute||Source:||Panferova Y.A., Suvorova M.A., Shapar A.O., Tokarevich N.K. BACTERIAL AND VIRAL PATHOGENS IN IXODES SP. TICKS IN ST. PETERSBURG AND LENINGRAD DISTRICT. Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2018;8(2):219-222. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.15789/2220-7619-2018-2-219-222||Project:||The study of the molecular genetic diversity of pathogens of anthroponotic and zoonotic infections as the basis for improving epidemiological surveillance / Изучение молекулярно-генетического разнообразия возбудителей антропонозных и зооантропонозных инфекций, как основы для совершенствования эпидемиологического надзора||Journal:||Infekciâ i Immunitet||Abstract:||Tick-borne infections are the most common group of zooanthroponotic diseases in the Northern Hemisphere. For the Baltic Sea region and Fennoscandia, the dominant infectious pathologies transmitted by ticks are tick-borne borreliosis and tick- borne encephalitis. The presence of vast forested areas, actively visited by people in St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region, contributes to a rather high level of encroachment on the flares and intelligence of the borreliosis and tick-borne encephalitis among the population of these regions. The relatively dangerous pathogens that can be transmitted with the tick bite are also of particular danger: Anaplasma sp., Ehrlichia sp., Coxiella burnetii, Rickettsia sp. In this work, detection was performed using molecular genetic methods of TBE virus, B. burgdorferi sensu lato and Rickettsia sp. in engorged ticksple, as well as questing ticks collected from vegetation. The established levels of infection of TBE on infected ticks, levels of infection by pathogenic Borrelia of questing and engorgeded ticks were approximately equal. Rickettsia was not found in the ticks. The conducted analysis of the pathogens prevalence in comparison with the data of russian and foreign authors. Monitoring the prevalence of tick-borne pathogens is an important issue in the prevention of tick- borne infections in the North-Western Russia.||URI:||https://cris.pasteurorg.ru/handle/123456789/212||ISSN:||2313-7398
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