Virology department

Main areas of work:

 

  • Diagnostic studies of viral diseases of farm animals, poultry and domestic unproductive animals;
  • Evaluation of the effectiveness of preventive vaccinations;
  • Evaluation of the immune status of parent herds and offspring;
  • Retrospective diagnosis;
  • Determination of the level of maternal antibodies in the blood serum of daily chickens to various infectious diseases of birds;
  • Monitoring studies to determine antibodies to viral infections to clarify the epizootic situation in the farm

 

 

 

IN THE VIROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT microscopic, serological, biological, virological studies are carried out using transportable cell lines, highly sensitive and specific test systems based on:

  • hemagglutination inhibition reactions;
  • indirect hemagglutination reactions;
  • immunofluorescence;
  • viral secretions using cell lines

 

A modern laboratory research base is used to conduct diagnostic studies:

  • Microplate analyzers of various modifications;
  • Luminescent microscopes with video documentation system;
  • СО2 incubators, thermostat shakers;
  • Inverted luminescent systems;
  • Modules for automatic registration of hemagglutination methods

When performing services, an individual approach is applied to each specific case when choosing diagnostic tests - systems, methods, making a diagnosis and providing research results:

  • Current preventive vaccination programmes are taken into account;
  • DIVA strategies applied;
  • clinical picture analysis, differential diagnosis;
  • screening and validation tests

THE VIROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT provides a wide range of diagnostic research in the field of diagnosis of diseases of farm animals:

  • Classic swine fever
  • Porcine Reproductive Respiratory Syndrome
  • African swine fever
  • Influenza type A
  • Porcine Pseudo-rabies
  • Rotavirus infection
  • Circovirus infection of pigs
  • Parvovirus infection
  • Chlamydia infections
  • Leukemia
  • Viral diarrhea of cattle
  • Infectious rhinotracheitis CRS
  • Adenovirus infection
  • Respiratory syncytial infection
  • Bluetongue disease
  • Schmallenberg disease
  • Paraflu-3
  • Rotavirus infection
  • Coronavirus infections
  • Chlamydia infections
  • Rabies
  • in the field of diagnosis of poultry diseases
  • Influenza of birds
  • B. Newcastle
  • Gambor disease
  • Infectious bronchitis
  • Infectious laryngotracheitis
  • Infectious rhinotracheitis
  • Reovirus infection
  • Adenovirus infection
  • Infectious anemia
  • Smallpox

The Department phone: +7 (4722) 34-13-63

Main areas of activity


Elena MaksimovnaGorobenko

education: Higher education

UNIVERSITY: Belgorod State Agricultural Academy, 2006

Specialty: Veterinarian


contacts: (4722) 34-13-63