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Pavel V. Dobrynin


Pavel V. Dobrynin
Theodosius Dobzhansky Center for Genome Bioinformatics
41 A, Sredniy avenue,
St. Petersburg,
Russia 199034
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Education:

2007-2009 Master’s degree: Department of Medicine, Master’s of Public Health Program, Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg, Russia
Specialization: Epidemiology
Dissertation title: “Occurrence of point mutations in the genes gyrA and gyrB associated with resistance to ofloxacin in isolates of Mycobacterium tuberculosis identified in St. Petersburg in 2008”. The study was conducted with pure cultures of M. tuberculosis having XDR which were propagated on solid media. For the detection of resistance mutations to ofloxacin I amplified and sequenced the fragment of gyrA and gyrB genes. Mutations in this gene are associated with the resistance to ofloxacin.
Scientific advisor: Andrei P. Kozlov, Prof., Ph.D., Dr.Sci, email: ur.bp1505847708s.dem1505847708oib@t1505847708catno1505847708c1505847708 2002-2007 Bachelor’s degree: Department of Biology & Soil Science, Division of Microbiology, Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg, Russia
Work title: “Study of the PBCV-1 virus in the triple symbiotic system of Paramecium bursaria – Chlorella – virus”. I studied Paramecium bursaria Chlorella virus (PBCV), from the triple symbiotic system of P. bursaria. I identified the viral ecotype in water samples, and for that I amplified viral pol gene using PCR with degenerated primers.
Scientific Advisor: Alexandra V. Migunova, Ph.D., Assistant Professor