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ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЕ БАКТЕРИЙ ДЛЯ ЛЕЧЕНИЯ ОНКОЛОГИЧЕСКИХ ЗАБОЛЕВАНИЙ (ОБЗОР )

https://doi.org/10.17650/1726-9784-2019-18-4-34-42

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Бактериальные средства лечения злокачественных новообразований известны уже более ста лет, однако в клинике они нашли весьма ограниченное применение. В последнее десятилетие отмечается возрождение интереса к разработке средств биотерапии рака на основе бактерий, что связано с прогрессом в области генной инженерии и глубоким познанием механизмов инфекционного процесса и иммунитета. Целью настоящего обзора является рассмотрение современного состояния и перспектив разработки и применения препаратов на основе живых бактерий, предназначенных для лечения злокачественных опухолей. В обзоре представлены данные оценки на экспериментальных моделях противоопухолевого потенциала различных видов и штаммов бактерий; наиболее значимые результаты клинических испытаний бактериальных противоопухолевых средств; современные направления конструирования бактериальных штаммов как средств адресной доставки лекарственных субстанций в опухоли. Сделано заключение о том, что разработка бактериальных средств терапии рака является перспективным направлением экспериментальной онкологии.

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И. В. Дармов
Филиал ФГБУ «48 Центральный научно-исследовательский институт» Минобороны России
Россия
Россия, 610000 Киров, Октябрьский проспект, 119


Я. А. Кибирев
Филиал ФГБУ «48 Центральный научно-исследовательский институт» Минобороны России
Россия
Россия, 610000 Киров, Октябрьский проспект, 119


И. В. Маракулин
Филиал ФГБУ «48 Центральный научно-исследовательский институт» Минобороны России
Россия
Россия, 610000 Киров, Октябрьский проспект, 119


С. Н. Янов
Филиал ФГБУ «48 Центральный научно-исследовательский институт» Минобороны России
Россия

Россия, 610000 Киров, Октябрьский проспект, 119



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Дармов И.В., Кибирев Я.А., Маракулин И.В., Янов С.Н. ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЕ БАКТЕРИЙ ДЛЯ ЛЕЧЕНИЯ ОНКОЛОГИЧЕСКИХ ЗАБОЛЕВАНИЙ (ОБЗОР ). Российский биотерапевтический журнал. 2019;18(4):34-42. https://doi.org/10.17650/1726-9784-2019-18-4-34-42

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Darmov I.V., Kibirev Y.A., Marakulin I.V., Yanov S.N. USE OF BACTERIA IN CANCER THERAPY (REVIEW). Russian Journal of Biotherapy. 2019;18(4):34-42. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.17650/1726-9784-2019-18-4-34-42

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