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Vladimir V. Zarubaev
vova at influenza.spb.su
Wed Jan 22 04:17:51 EST 1997
Date of birth: September 1, 1966
Place of birth: St.Petersbourg, Russia
Business address: Dept. of Pathomorphology
Influenza Research Institute
prof.Popova str., 15/17,
St.Petersbourg, 197376, Russia
Phone: (812) 234-04-18 (o)
(812) 126-61-19 (h)
E-mail: vova at influenza.spb.su
Field of interest: Molecular biology of viral infection and viral pathogenesis
Viral persistence and therapy approaches
Prion diseases mechanisms
Carcinogenesis: immunotherapy and common therapy
Hodgkin`s lymphoma, etiology and therapy approaches
Programmed cell death mechanisms
Nervous system damage and therapy
Objective: Seeking a postdoctoral research or training position
PhD: December, 1995 (Pathogenesis and molecular biological
characterization of chronic influenza infection,
Influenza research Institute)
M.Sc.: May, 1988 ( Dept.of Plant Biochemistry,
St.Petersbourg State University)
Inorganic Chemistry Molecular Genetics Biostatistics
Organic Chemistry Virology Protein Purification
General Biochemistry Microbiology Enzymology
Colloid Chemistry General Histology Recombinant DNA Handling
Plant Biochemistry General Cytology Affinity Chromatography
General Anatomy Theory of Photosynthesis Invertebrate Zoology
Vertebrate Zoology General Botany
January `89 - present. Molecular biological study of persistent
August `91 - February `96. Molecular detection of herpesviruses
(HSV-1 and 2, HHV-6, EBV and CMV) in post-mortal materials,
archive paraffine blocks and blood and tissues of patients with
different diseases (AIDS, leukemias, Behchet`s syndrome)
and determination of tissue tropism of these viruses
March `93 - July `94. Study of herpesviruses role in induction
and development of endarteritis.
July `95 - present. Creation of non-viral model of chronic pneumonia.
DNA/RNA isolation Sample preparation and light microscopy
Restriction analysis Southern- and Nothern-blot hybridization
Dot hybridization Virus cultivation in embryos and animals
In situ hybridization Immunohistochemical techniques
In situ transcription Aseptic/sterile lab techniques
Cell culture techniques Thin-layer chromatography
Animal models development PCR/RT-PCR
January `92. Teaching of medical students group to a dot-blot
March - April `93. Teaching of medicians to immunohistochemical
June-July`96. Supervision of PhD student (differential PCR
diagnostics of papillomaviruses).
1. Zarubaev V.V. Methods of non-radioactive labelling of nucleic
acids. In "Genetic ingeneering of immunomodulators and vaccine
preparations", Leningrad, 1989.
2. Prianishnikov V.A., Zarubaev V.V., Slita A.V., Sukhinin V.P.
The use of in situ transcription for cyto- and histopathological
diagnoses of latent HIV-1 infection. 8-th International Congress
for Virology. Abstracts. Berlin, 1990.
3. Sukhinin V.P., Prianishnikov V.A., Zarubaev V.V., Golubev D.B.
Study of morpho- and pathogenesis of experimental influenza
infection by molecular hybridization RNA-DNA in situ. In
"Immunology and pathogenesis of influenza and influenza-like
diseases". Leningrad, 1991.
4. Zarubaev V.V., Prianishnikov V.A., Sukhinin V.P., Golubev D.B.
The study of possibility of in situ transcription usage for
morphological detection of influenza virus RNA in histological
slices. In ""Immunology and pathogenesis of influenza and
influenza-like diseases". Leningrad, 1991.
5. Isakov V.A., Zarubaev V.V., Borisova V.A., Slita A.V. The use
of dot-hybridization for diagnoses of herpesvirus infections. In:
"Actual problems of infectious pathology". Part 3, St.Petersbourg,
6. Pleskov V.M., Zarubaev V.V. Reticuloendothelial system and influenza
virus persistence. Voprosy virusologii, 1996, No.2.
References: 1.Dr.Alexander P.Gultyaev, Ph.D.
Email: SGULTYAEV at rulsfb.LeidenUniv.nl
2. Dr.Anatoly B.Meriin, Ph.D.
Email: MERIIN at bbri.harvard.edu
3. Dr.Vladimir V. Prianishnikov, M.D., Ph.D.
prof. Popova str.,15/17,
St.Petersbourg, 197376, Russia
Fax. (812) 234-01-50
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