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[further study of hantavirus circulation in the russian federation].lung specimens of 1514 small mammals of 35 species captured in 1991-1995 at 9 territories of russia were tested in elisa for virus antigens of hemorrhagic fever with the renal syndrome (hfrs). the antigens were detected in lung specimens of clethrionomys glareolus, microtus arvalis, microtus gregalis, microtus fortis, arvicola terrestris, apodemus agrarius, micromys minutus, and sorex sp., well known as hantavirus reservoirs, captured in the vologda, yaroslavl, saratov, astrakhan, and chita regi ...19979182404
[further study of hantavirus circulation in the russian federation].lung specimens of 1514 small mammals of 35 species captured in 1991-1995 at 9 territories of russia were tested in elisa for virus antigens of hemorrhagic fever with the renal syndrome (hfrs). the antigens were detected in lung specimens of clethrionomys glareolus, microtus arvalis, microtus gregalis, microtus fortis, arvicola terrestris, apodemus agrarius, micromys minutus, and sorex sp., well known as hantavirus reservoirs, captured in the vologda, yaroslavl, saratov, astrakhan, and chita regi ...19979182404
[combined experimental infection of microtus gregalis by tick-borne encephalitis and rabies viruses and probable interference].narrow-skulled voles (microtus gregalis) were inoculated with tick-borne encephalitis (tbe) and rabies (rv) viruses isolated in the steppe zone of west siberia. tbe infection was asymptomatic and nonlethal in all voles. the virus was eliminated from the voles between days 14 and 60 postinoculation. only 1 of 26 tested animals produced anti-tbe antibodies in titer 1:20. rv infection was acute and lethal. all sick animals contained rv in the brain, 42.1% in salivary glands, 5.3% in the lungs and k ...200211852779
[combined experimental infection of microtus gregalis by tick-borne encephalitis and rabies viruses and probable interference].narrow-skulled voles (microtus gregalis) were inoculated with tick-borne encephalitis (tbe) and rabies (rv) viruses isolated in the steppe zone of west siberia. tbe infection was asymptomatic and nonlethal in all voles. the virus was eliminated from the voles between days 14 and 60 postinoculation. only 1 of 26 tested animals produced anti-tbe antibodies in titer 1:20. rv infection was acute and lethal. all sick animals contained rv in the brain, 42.1% in salivary glands, 5.3% in the lungs and k ...200211852779
taxonomic position of chinese voles of the tribe arvicolini and the description of 2 new species from xizang, china.china has 26 species in the tribe arvicolini. the taxonomic status of these voles remains controversial despite much effort. herein, we evaluate the taxonomic position of 22 species plus 2 unidentified taxa using mitochondrial dna gene sequences (cytb + co1). we also evaluate 18 species and 2 unidentified taxa using morphological data. phylogenetic analyses of cytb resolve monophyly for the genera alexandromys, lasiopodomys, microtus, neodon, proedromys, and volemys with strong support. stenocra ...201729674783
genomic and spatial variability of a european common vole hepevirus.rodents host different orthohepeviruses, namely orthohepevirus c genotype hev-c1 (rat hepatitis e virus, hev) and the additional putative genotypes hev-c3 and hev-c4. here, we screened 2,961 rodents from central europe by reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (rt-pcr) and identified hev rna in 13 common voles (microtus arvalis) and one bank vole (myodes glareolus) with detection rates of 2% (95% confidence interval [ci]: 1-3.4) and 0.08% (95% ci: 0.002-0.46), respectively. sequencing o ...201931399875
dental microwear and mesowear of the microtus voles molars before and after experimental feeding of owls.in small mammals, the degree of micro- and mesowear of molars depends on the feed hardness, abrasiveness, and some other characteristics. analysis of micro- and mesorelief of the paleontological material is used for reconstruction of some animal diet parameters. small mammals pass through a series of complex transformations on the way from the objects of biocenosis to paleontological objects. bone remains underwent transformations during accumulation and fossilization. in particular, bone remain ...201931317450
highly divergent lineage of narrow-headed vole from the late pleistocene europe.during the late pleistocene, narrow-headed voles (lasiopodomys gregalis) inhabited eurasia's vast territories, frequently becoming the dominant small mammal species among steppe-tundra communities. we investigated the relationship between this species' european and asiatic populations by sequencing the mtdna genomes of two extant specimens from russia and 10 individuals from five central european sites, dated to the post-lgm period. phylogenetic analyses based on a large portion of mtdna genomes ...201931780683
identification and characterization of jingmen tick virus in rodents from xinjiang, china.jingmen tick virus (jmtv) is a recently identified virus which provides an unexpected connection between segmented and unsegmented rna viruses. recent investigations reveal that jmtv including jmtv-like virus (alongshan virus) could be associated with human disease, suggesting the significance of jmtv in public health. to better understand the genetic diversity and host range of jmtv, a total of 164 rodents representing 8 species were collected in qapqal xibe county of xinjiang uygur autonomous ...202032531517
[landscape aspects of host-parasite relationships between parasitic arthropods and the narrow-skulled vole microtus gregalis (rodentia) in western siberia].comparative zoogeographic analysis of outcomes accumulated in the course of long-term investigation the parasitic and free-living arthropods (acarina: parasitiformes; insecta: siphonaptera) associated with three subspecies of the narrow-skulled vole (microtus gregalis gregalis, m. g. major, m. g. eversmanni) in various landscape zones and subzones in a flat part of western siberia, foothills of the altai-sayan mountain system and mountains of southwest altai. the obtained data, on the one hand, ...200715493281
decay of parental care in several generations of narrow-skulled voles (microtus gregalis) under the conditions of vivarium breeding. 201722562678
[taxonomy of ticks of the genus microtimyobia (acariformes: myobiidae: radfordia) and their distribution on voles (rodentia: cricetidae: arvicolinae)].a phylogenetic system of the subgenus microtimyobia (myobiidae: radfordia) elaborated for the first time by means of the software hennig-86 is proposed. the subgenus microtimyobia including three species groups, lemnina, hylandi and zibethicalis, was divided for a cladistic analysis into 6 operation units based mainly on a male genital shield structure. the analysis shows, that the zibethicalis group is a polyphyletic, while the hylandi and lemnina groups are monophyletic. host-parasite associat ...19989813883
[taxonomy of ticks of the genus microtimyobia (acariformes: myobiidae: radfordia) and their distribution on voles (rodentia: cricetidae: arvicolinae)].a phylogenetic system of the subgenus microtimyobia (myobiidae: radfordia) elaborated for the first time by means of the software hennig-86 is proposed. the subgenus microtimyobia including three species groups, lemnina, hylandi and zibethicalis, was divided for a cladistic analysis into 6 operation units based mainly on a male genital shield structure. the analysis shows, that the zibethicalis group is a polyphyletic, while the hylandi and lemnina groups are monophyletic. host-parasite associat ...19989813883
[the meadow-field type of tularemia foci in eastern siberia].the article characterizes a meadow-type focus tularemia, discovered in zalarinski'i district of irkutsk province in 1988. this focus and another similar focus discovered in 1985 at the krasnoyarsk territory belong to the meadow type, which makes it possible to regard their presence in eastern siberia as an established fact. the main reservoirs and sources of infection in these foci are two species of voles (microtus gregalis and m. subarvalis).19902239002
[the meadow-field type of tularemia foci in eastern siberia].the article characterizes a meadow-type focus tularemia, discovered in zalarinski'i district of irkutsk province in 1988. this focus and another similar focus discovered in 1985 at the krasnoyarsk territory belong to the meadow type, which makes it possible to regard their presence in eastern siberia as an established fact. the main reservoirs and sources of infection in these foci are two species of voles (microtus gregalis and m. subarvalis).19902239002
molar microwear of narrow-headed vole (microtus gregalis pall., 1779) depending on the feed abrasiveness.in the narrow-headed vole, enamel microwear of the first mandibular molar (of the protoconid and entoconid anterior enamel wall) was studied under the laboratory conditions and at the fixed feed composition. the classic parameters and the area of the enamel prism lesion were taken into account. the enamel lesion patterns caused by the tooth-tooth and tooth-food interactions have been determined. differences were found between the voles kept on feed with different abrasive properties, as well as ...201829536400
current status of the sari-dzhas natural focus of plague, kyrgyzstan: epizootic activity and marmot population.the sari-dzhas natural mountain focus of plague with an area of 5000 sq. km is located mainly in kyrgyzstan. this enzootic area belongs to a group of tien-shan mountain plague foci and crosses the boundaries of kazakhstan, kyrgyzstan, and china. after collapse of soviet union, this area was not investigated fully, thence we have estimated current status of hosts and vectors comparing to 1977 in the sari-dzhas focus. for period 1977-2014, the number of the gray marmot (marmota baibacina) as main ...201829989480
[efficiency of neopsylla abagaitui fleas as plague vectors in transbaikalia].experiments have shown that the block of proventriculus develops in 1.1 to 1.5% of individuals of the flea neopsylla abagaitui infected with plague microbe. these insects transmit the agent during bloodsucking to different plague carriers (citellus dauricus, c. undulatus, meriones unguiculatus, microtus gregalis). the plague microbe is preserved in fleas for 65 days (the observation period).19873614985
[efficiency of neopsylla abagaitui fleas as plague vectors in transbaikalia].experiments have shown that the block of proventriculus develops in 1.1 to 1.5% of individuals of the flea neopsylla abagaitui infected with plague microbe. these insects transmit the agent during bloodsucking to different plague carriers (citellus dauricus, c. undulatus, meriones unguiculatus, microtus gregalis). the plague microbe is preserved in fleas for 65 days (the observation period).19873614985
rapid karyotype evolution in lasiopodomys involved at least two autosome - sex chromosome translocations.the generic status of lasiopodomys and its division into subgenera lasiopodomys (l. mandarinus, l. brandtii) and stenocranius (l. gregalis, l. raddei) are not generally accepted because of contradictions between the morphological and molecular data. to obtain cytogenetic evidence for the lasiopodomys genus and its subgenera and to test the autosome to sex chromosome translocation hypothesis of sex chromosome complex origin in l. mandarinus proposed previously, we hybridized chromosome painting p ...201627936177
myocoptid mites (acariformes: myocoptidae) of the fauna of the former ussr.mites of the family myocoptidae (acariformes: sarcoptoidea) of the former ussr are revised based on the collection of the zoological institute ras (st. petersburg, russia). seventeen described species are recorded. four species are described as new for science: trichoecius dubininae sp. nov. from lasiopodomys gregalis (pallas) (rodentia: cricetidae) from russia (chelyabinsk prov., type locality), kazakhstan and kirghizia, t. lemmus sp. nov. from lemmus sibiricus (kerr) (rodentia: cricetidae) fro ...201627988689
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