Factors of nonspecific immunity of the russian nord-west population

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The impact of geographical position and presence of industrial press on nonspecific immunity of Karelian Republic and Murmansk Region population was investigated. Immunological status of a subject was estimated on bactericidal activity of skin and oral microflore composition. The highest level of nonspecific immunity was observed in non-industrial settlements of Murmansk Region and the lowest in industrial settlements of Karelia. The level of immunity in non-industrial settlements of Karelia and in industrial settlements of Murmansk Region was about the same.

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A A Trotcenko

Murmansk State Technical University

Email: trotcenko2007@yandex.ru <mailto:trotcenko2007@yandex.ru>
Кафедра биоэкологииТехнологический факультет; Мурманский государственный технический университет; Murmansk State Technical University

N G Zhuravleva

Murmansk State Technical University

Email: nonnazh@yandex.ru <mailto:nonnazh@yandex.ru>
Кафедра биоэкологииТехнологический факультет; Мурманский государственный технический университет; Murmansk State Technical University

E V Budilova

Lomonosov Moscow State university

Email: ebudilova@mail.ru <mailto:ebudilova@mail.ru>
Биологический факультет; Московский государственный университет им. М.В.Ломоносова; Lomonosov Moscow State university

A T Teriokhin

Peoples' Friendship University of Russia

Email: terekhin_a@mail.ru <mailto:terekhin_a@mail.ru>
Экологический факультет; Российский университет дружбы народов; Peoples' Friendship University of Russia

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