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Department of Bacteriology


Head of Department: Tsybulko Raisa Valentinovna

Date of Birth: 5.10.1975 

Education: higher, aduated with honors from the Oryol State Agricultural Academy

Qualification by education: veterinarian

Work experience: 19 years

Specialists: there are 6 people in the department (head of department, deputy head of department, 2 veterinary doctors, veterinary paramedic, laboratory assistant)

The main activities of the department:

The department of bacteriology conducts current diagnostic studies of pathological material and feces from agricultural, domestic and wild animals (including birds, bees, fish, animals) in order to prevent, eliminate and non-proliferate bacterial and parasitic diseases, animal mycoses, and protect public health from diseases common to humans. and animals. The same department carries out research on feed and swabs for sanitary - mycolic indicators; soil for sanitary and bacteriological indicators and sanitary - parasitological studies of environmental objects, fruit and vegetable, fruit and berry and plant products.

About the department:

The department of bacteriology is a structural subdivision of the Oryol testing laboratory of the FSBI CNMVL. The department employs experienced, highly qualified specialists who have the appropriate education and regularly undergo advanced training courses in research institutes and laboratories. The competence of the specialists of the department is annually confirmed during the interlaboratory comparative tests.

  • The department conducts bacteriological studies on the diagnosis of infectious diseases (including especially dangerous ones) such as: anthrax, tuberculosis, brucellosis, listeriosis, pasteurellosis, staphylococcus, streptococcosis, anaerobic infections, salmonellosis, erysipelas, edema, necrobacteriosis. opportunistic microflora and other diseases.
  • Studies on parasitic diseases: helminthiasis (dictiocaulosis, ascariasis, cestodiasis, fascioliasis, strongylotosis, trichocephaliasis, nematodiroz, toxocarosis, dipilidiosis, drepanidoteniasis, etc.); protozoa (eymeriozy, piroplasmidozy, toxoplasmosis, trichomoniasis, etc.); acarosis (sarcaptosis, psoroptosis, demodicosis, otodectes).
  • Studies of bees on American and European soils, septicymia, acarapidosis, Nozematoz, varroatosis, braulosis.
  • Studies of fish for aeromonosis, pseudomonosis and parasitic purity.
  • Specialists of the department, if necessary, can take part in the sampling of material for laboratory research.
  • Mycological analysis of feed of plant origin.
  • Sanitary and mycological study of swabs from the surfaces of production plants and air samples.
  • Sanitary evaluation of sperm from x animals. Definition: The total number of microorganisms, coli titer. The presence of pathogenic and conditionally pathogenic microorganisms - enteropathogenic Escherichia, Salmonella, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Proteus, anaerobes. The presence of Staphylococcus aureus, enterococci. The presence of pathogenic fungi: aspergillus, absidia, candida, mukor, rhizopus.

The bacteriology department is engaged in laboratory research as part of a state assignment program and monitoring studies on the detection of bacterial and parasitic diseases. The department is equipped with the necessary modern equipment, reagents, nutrient media.


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