Perspective in synthesis of new pharmaceutical compounds based on phosphilipids and nucleosides, possessing anti-HIV and immunoadjuvant activity, and investigation of their interaction with cellular membranes.
Development of a Chemical Tularemia Vaccine and Studying F. Tularensis Outer Membrane Components Responsible for Protective Immunity Formation
Modifying Enzymes as Molecular Determinants of Bacterium-Host Cell Interactions
B. pertussis IS-Integrase: Characterization of DNA-Binding Sites and Site-Specific Recombination in E.coli
Molecular Genetic Mechanisms of Mycoplasmic Persistence and Pathogenicity
Production of substances featuring high anti-infectious and antitumor activity to be used for scientifically grounded correction of stress-induced immunodeficiency of persons being under extreme conditions
Study of the Nature of Limited Efficacy of Drugs Used for the Therapy of Diseases Caused by Herpes Simplex Virus Type 1
Novel Recombinant Subunit Tuberculosis Vaccines: Cellulose Microparticles as an Adjuvant for Mycobacterial Antigens Fused with Cellulose-Binding Protein Domain
Development of Theoretical Basis for Mathematical and Computer Modeling of Infection Deceases Epidemics of Natural and Antropogenious Character
Molecular Epidemiology and Molecular Biology of Enteric Yersinia: Prevalence of a 37.5 kb DNA Segment Contributing to Pathogenicity of Yersinia Strains
The Recombinant Bordetella Pertussis Bacteria - Live Vaccine and Bacterial Vector
Bordetella Pertussis Phase Variations Induced by Translocation of IS-Elements into Virulence Genes is a Proposed Mechanism for Microbial Adaptation
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