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|Title:||THE STUDY OF THE IMMUNE STATUS IN POST-COVID SYNDROME BY FLOW CYTOMETRY|
|Authors:||Anfinogenova, O. I.|
Анфиногенова, О. И.
Denisova, E. V.
Денисова, Е. В.
Sokulskaya, N. N.
Сокульская, Н. Н.
Ivchenko, G. S.
Ивченко, Г. С.
Muratova, A. Y.
Муратова, А. Ю.
|Keywords:||Long-COVID;Flow cytometry;T-lymphocytes;Cellular immunity;Immunoglobulins;Leukocyte formula;Immune status;Differentiation clusters;Gamma-delta t-lymphocytes|
|Citation:||Anfinogenova, O; Denisova, E; Sokulskaya, N; Ivchenko, G; Muratova, A; Irina, D; Domenyuk, S; Domenyuk, D. THE STUDY OF THE IMMUNE STATUS IN POST-COVID SYNDROME BY FLOW CYTOMETRY // ARCHIV EUROMEDICA. - 2022. - 12(6). - DOI: 10.35630/2022/12/6.3|
|Series/Report no.:||ARCHIV EUROMEDICA|
|Abstract:||A novel coronavirus infection was described in 2019 in Wuhan, China. From the first months of the spread of the infection around the world, evidence began to appear that patients after recovery had various symptoms. Duration, intensity, and variability of symptoms vary among patients and are often not associated with the severity of the most acute illness. Recently the concept of post-COVID syndrome (post-COVID or long-COVID in the English-language literature) has acquired increasingly clear diagnostic criteria. Persistent symptoms and / or the appearance of delayed complications after 4 weeks or more from the onset of symptoms of an acute illness are commonly called post-COVID syndrome. The wide range of symptoms that can occur in patients with post-COVID syndrome is now a major health concern worldwide. A proper clinical evaluation will help determine the etiology and build a treatment plan. Longer studies aimed at identifying the effects of COVID-19, possible risk factors for their development, a detailed study of the pathogenetic mechanisms of SARS-CoV-2, and the development of treatment and rehabilitation methods to improve the mental and physical health of surviving patients are relevant elements of study for the foreseeable future. T-lymphocytes are a poorly studied population of T lymphocytes. These cells are more often localized in the mucous membranes of the body which have the properties of innate and acquired immunity. The main biological functions are cytolysis, immunoregulation which indicates an important immunocompetent role of this type of cell population in severe infectious diseases. This article provides information on the fraction of T-lymphocytes during the formation of adaptive immunity in patients with post-COVID syndrome.|
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