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Jurnal Infektologii ; 14(1):96-104, 2022.
Article in Russian | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2276627

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Introduction. In the context of a pandemic of a new coronavirus infection (COVID-19), research on the peculiarities of the formation of an immune response to SARS-CoV-2 in patients who have been ill and vaccinated is of particular relevance. However, most studies are currently devoted to evaluating only the humoral link of immunity, and its cellular component remains insufficiently studied. The aim of the study was to evaluate the features of the formation and changes of the T-cell link of immunity in patients with a new coronavirus infection and vaccinated against this disease. Materials and methods. The study was performed on the basis of the clinical and diagnostic laboratory of the European Medical Center "UMMC-Health "LLC. Specific T-cell immunity was evaluated using ELISPOT technology. In the course of the study, 72 blood samples of employees of medical organizations were analyzed, including 26 from those who had a new coronavirus infection, 23 from persons who were intact according to COVID-19 before vaccination and 23 from the same employees after vaccination (<<Gam-Covid-Vac>>). In addition, each of the study participants was examined to determine specific class G antibodies (IgG) by solid-phase enzyme immunoassay using SARS-CoV-2-IgG-ELISA-BEST test systems (manufactured by VECTOR-BEST JSC). Results and discussion. In the group of patients (26 people), T-lymphocytes capable of specifically reacting to SARSCoV-2 antigens were detected in 100% of cases, even in individuals with IgG elimination. It should be noted that the response was more pronounced when meeting with M-and N-pepdids, compared with S-protein. 22 out of 23 COVID-19 intact individuals had no T-cell immunity to coronavirus infection before vaccination, but one employee had a response to 3 proteins-M, N, S, which indicates that he had previously encountered the SARS-CoV-2 virus. After vaccination with the drug "Gam-Covid-Vac", 22 (95.6%) employees revealed a T-cell response, while 21-only to S-protein, and an employee with a previously detected immune response-after vaccination, the response to M -, N-proteins remained almost at the same level, and the cellular response to S-peptide doubled. Conclusion. Thus, based on the results of the study, important materials were obtained on the peculiarities of the formation of a specific T-cell immune response to a new coronavirus infection. The obtained data provide a broader understanding of the immune response in new coronavirus infection in patients who have been ill and vaccinated and can be used in the future when planning preventive and anti-epidemic measures.Copyright © 2022 Interregional public organization Association of infectious disease specialists of Saint-Petersburg and Leningrad region (IPO AIDSSPbR). All rights reserved.

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Jurnal Infektologii ; 14(1):96-104, 2022.
Article in Russian | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2276626

ABSTRACT

Introduction. In the context of a pandemic of a new coronavirus infection (COVID-19), research on the peculiarities of the formation of an immune response to SARS-CoV-2 in patients who have been ill and vaccinated is of particular relevance. However, most studies are currently devoted to evaluating only the humoral link of immunity, and its cellular component remains insufficiently studied. The aim of the study was to evaluate the features of the formation and changes of the T-cell link of immunity in patients with a new coronavirus infection and vaccinated against this disease. Materials and methods. The study was performed on the basis of the clinical and diagnostic laboratory of the European Medical Center "UMMC-Health "LLC. Specific T-cell immunity was evaluated using ELISPOT technology. In the course of the study, 72 blood samples of employees of medical organizations were analyzed, including 26 from those who had a new coronavirus infection, 23 from persons who were intact according to COVID-19 before vaccination and 23 from the same employees after vaccination (<<Gam-Covid-Vac>>). In addition, each of the study participants was examined to determine specific class G antibodies (IgG) by solid-phase enzyme immunoassay using SARS-CoV-2-IgG-ELISA-BEST test systems (manufactured by VECTOR-BEST JSC). Results and discussion. In the group of patients (26 people), T-lymphocytes capable of specifically reacting to SARSCoV-2 antigens were detected in 100% of cases, even in individuals with IgG elimination. It should be noted that the response was more pronounced when meeting with M-and N-pepdids, compared with S-protein. 22 out of 23 COVID-19 intact individuals had no T-cell immunity to coronavirus infection before vaccination, but one employee had a response to 3 proteins-M, N, S, which indicates that he had previously encountered the SARS-CoV-2 virus. After vaccination with the drug "Gam-Covid-Vac", 22 (95.6%) employees revealed a T-cell response, while 21-only to S-protein, and an employee with a previously detected immune response-after vaccination, the response to M -, N-proteins remained almost at the same level, and the cellular response to S-peptide doubled. Conclusion. Thus, based on the results of the study, important materials were obtained on the peculiarities of the formation of a specific T-cell immune response to a new coronavirus infection. The obtained data provide a broader understanding of the immune response in new coronavirus infection in patients who have been ill and vaccinated and can be used in the future when planning preventive and anti-epidemic measures.Copyright © 2022 Interregional public organization Association of infectious disease specialists of Saint-Petersburg and Leningrad region (IPO AIDSSPbR). All rights reserved.

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Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproduction ; 14(2):159-162, 2020.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-841227

ABSTRACT

Dear editors of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproduction Journal! Due to the particular urgency of the problem of managing patients with a new coronavirus infection (COVID-19), we are sending a letter outlining our position on this issue.

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