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COVID-19: обновленный взгляд

https://doi.org/10.15789/2220-7619-CAU-1443

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COVID-19 является зоонозным заболеванием, для которого обнаружен более высокий уровень передачи у человека. Среди всех РНК-содержащих вирусов коронавирусы имеют наибольший размер генома (28–33 п.о.), представленный положительно-полярной нитью РНК. В частности, их геном содержит 5′-конец, транслируемые мРНК, соответствующие ключевым белкам; репликазу, белок spike (шип), белки оболочки, нуклеокапсид и 3′-конец (поли-A хвост). Этот высококонтагиозный вирус может влиять на иммунную систему на ранней стадии инфекции, из-за чего симптомы заболевания проявляются очень быстро. Важно, что до сих пор отсутствует эффективная стратегия по ограничению этого заболевания. Исходя из этого, ученые всего мира в гонке со временем заняты поиском вакцин или методов лечения COVID-19, что требует более глубокого понимания течения заболевания.

Об авторах

Ф. А. Исихак
Университет Мосула
Ирак

доцент кафедры микробиологии Колледжа ветеринарной медицины

г. Мосул



М. А. Хамад
Университет Мосула
Ирак

Мохаммад А. Хамад – доцент кафедры микробиологии Колледжа ветеринарной медицины

г. Мосул, ул. Аль-Маджмоа
Тел.: +964 77 28214770



Н. Г. Мустафа
Университет Мосула
Ирак

профессор, зав. кафедрой физиологии, биохимии и фармакологии Колледжа ветеринарной медицины

г. Мосул



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Исихак Ф.А., Хамад М.А., Мустафа Н.Г. COVID-19: обновленный взгляд. Инфекция и иммунитет. 2020;10(2):247-258. https://doi.org/10.15789/2220-7619-CAU-1443

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Isihak F.A., Hamad M.A., Mustafa N.G. COVID-19: an updated review. Russian Journal of Infection and Immunity. 2020;10(2):247-258. https://doi.org/10.15789/2220-7619-CAU-1443

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