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By Georgy Andreevich Osipov


The work covers the summary biomass of the ecological and biotechnological associations among microorganisms and also biological fluids of the man's organism. The aim is to develop the methodological bases, theory and practical procedures for hemodifferentiation of the microorganisms and to determine the specific composition of the microbic associations according to the chemical markers and profiles of the lipid components which are specific for the microbic cell. The hemodiagnostic methodology of the microorganisms and their associations has been formulated firstly. The general principle for mathematical analysis of the data on the chemical composition of the summary biomass of the microorganism association as a superposition of the profiles of its separate members has been developed. The principle for localization of the data banks on the specific composition of the separate ecological niche has been proposed. The hemodiagnostic systems of the infectious and inflammatory processes in the man's organism according to chemical components of the microbic cell has been developed firstly. The algorithms for proximate monitoring of the microbic association which are perspective for processing of the industrial and communal waste, ore leaching and increase of the recovery in the oil pools have been developed. The investigation results have been introduced into the work practice of the DGKB, Institute of Microbiology (Russian Academy of Sciences) and Municipal Enterprise "Mosvodokanal".Available from VNTIC / VNTIC - Scientific & Technical Information Centre of RussiaSIGLERURussian Federatio

Topics: 06M - Microbiology, 20E - Optics, masers, lasers, 20D - Atomic physics, molecular physics, CHROMATIC-SPECTROMETRIC INVESTIGATIONS, MICROORGANISMS, ASSOCIATIONS
Year: 1996
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