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V. V. Zarubaev, A. V. Garshinina, A. V. Slita, S. V. Belyaevskaya, I. N. Lavrentieva
Antibiotics and Chemotherapy, Volume 65; https://doi.org/10.37489/0235-2990-2020-65-1-2-15-20

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Despite the obvious advances in vaccination and therapy, influenza remains a poorly controlled infection with high morbidity and mortality. This study examined the antiviral activity of interferon inducer Kagocel on a mouse model of lethal influenza pneumonia. It has been shown that the therapeutic and prophylactic use of Kagocel leads to a dose-dependent decrease in specific mortality and suppression of virus reproduction in lung tissue. The effect of Kagocel was statistically identical to the effect of the reference drug — Arbidol (umifenovir).
Bidyadhar Sethy, Chung-Fan Hsieh, Ta-Jen Lin, Po-Yuan Hu, Yu-Li Chen, Chia-Yi Lin, Sung-Nain Tseng, Jim-Tong Horng,
Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, Volume 62, pp 2390-2403; https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jmedchem.8b01683

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José Tomás, Maria Carmo Macário, Elsa Gaspar,
Published: 22 October 2015
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BMJ Case Reports, Volume 2015; https://doi.org/10.1136/bcr-2015-212667

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Neurological complications of H1N1 infections are mostly found in children, but rare cases of acute encephalopathy and post-infectious encephalitis such as acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM) have been described in adults. We report a case of an adult presenting with a progressive and severe encephalopathy that developed after H1N1 respiratory infection resolution. Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) analysis was normal, including negative PCR for herpes simplex virus, H1N1, influenza B and JC virus, and absent oligoclonal IgG bands in CSF and serum. Initial CT scan was normal, but later MRI showed posterior multifocal leucoencephalopathy with pulvinar sign. The delayed neurological findings together with the ancillary investigation, namely the MRI pattern with both grey and white matter involvement, raised the possibility of a post-infectious process, rather than an acute encephalitis. Despite aggressive immunotherapy, the patient experienced severe neurological sequelae. Early recognition of ADEM manifestations by those dealing with H1N1 infection is important as early immunotherapy may improve the prognosis.
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