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Клещевые возвратные лихорадки и геновидовое разнообразие боррелий: текущее состояние вопроса

https://doi.org/10.31631/2073-3046-2021-20-6-108-116

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Аннотация

Актуальность. Клещевые возвратные лихорадки, вызываемые патогенными для человека видами боррелий, недостаточно изучены. Цель обзора – оценка геновидового разнообразия боррелий с особым вниманием к группе возбудителей возвратных лихорадок и филогенетически смежных с ней видов, переносимых клещами. В обзоре также представлена актуальная информация об основных переносчиках (клещах) и их известном географическом распространении, природных резервуарах боррелий – возбудителей и потенциальных возбудителей клещевых возвратных лихорадок. Заключение. Новые виды боррелий, в т.ч. кандидатные, клады возвратных лихорадок и смежных филогенетических линий/групп, переносчиками которых являются не только аргасовые клещи, но и твердотельные иксодовые, заслуживают дальнейшего изучения. Сохранению эпидемического потенциала клещевых возвратных лихорадок могут способствовать климатические изменения, а также мало изученные адаптационные механизмы боррелий к вероятным переносчикам.

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Т. А. Чеканова
ФБУН «Центральный научно-исследовательский институт эпидемиологии» Роспотребнадзора
Россия

Татьяна Александровна Чеканова – к. б. н., заведующая лабораторией эпидемиологии природно-очаговых инфекций

Москва
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И. Н. Манзенюк
ФБУН «Центральный научно-исследовательский институт эпидемиологии» Роспотребнадзора
Россия

Игорь Николаевич Манзенюк – к. м. н., помощник директора по научной работе

Москва
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Чеканова Т.А., Манзенюк И.Н. Клещевые возвратные лихорадки и геновидовое разнообразие боррелий: текущее состояние вопроса. Эпидемиология и Вакцинопрофилактика. 2021;20(6):108-116. https://doi.org/10.31631/2073-3046-2021-20-6-108-116

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Chekanova T.A., Manzeniuk I.N. Tick-Born Relapsing Fever and Genespecies Diversity of Borrelia: Current Status. Epidemiology and Vaccinal Prevention. 2021;20(6):108-116. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.31631/2073-3046-2021-20-6-108-116

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