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Literatur Dathe–Rostek 2014 Dathe Claudia , Rostek Andreas (Hrsg.): Majdan! Ukraine

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third checklist of lichenforming and allied fungi of Ukraine . — In: Oxner, A. M.: Flora of the lichens of Ukraine, in two volumes. Volume 2, issue 3. Naukova Dumka, Kiev, pp. 446–486. Nadyeina O. V

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. Åslund , A. ( 2009 ): How Ukraine Became a Market Economy and Democracy . Washington, D.C. : Peterson Institute for International Economics . Åslund , A

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: The Case of Ukraine. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 86: 147–154. Olynik I. Resistance to Implementing Policy Change: The Case of Ukraine

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Journal of International Law 245 – 64 . Balzer , Harley , ‘The Ukraine Invasion and Public Opinion’ ( 2015 ) 16 Georgetown Journal of International Affairs

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Arbenina, V. (2009): Oroszok Ukrajnában: társadalmi status, közérzet, integritás [Russians in Ukraine: social status, well-being, integration]. In: Fedinec, C. — Szereda, V. (eds): Ukrajna színe-változása 1991

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Acta Botanica Hungarica
Authors: S. Y. Kondratyuk, L. P. Popova, O. Y. Khodosovtsev, L. Lőkös, N. M. Fedorenko, and N. V. Kapets

INTRODUCTION The first three checklists of lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi of Ukraine were published more than a decade ago ( Kondratyuk et al . 1996 , 1998 a , 2010). Furthermore data on lichenicolous fungi were summarised in 1999

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.2.2010.205 Gromakova , A. B. ( 2012 ): Lichens of “Volchanskiy” Botanical Reserve (Kharkiv region, Ukraine) . — J. V. N. Karazin Kharkiv Nat. Univ., ser. biol. 15 ( 1008 ): 57 – 62

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Ukraine: an annotated checklist . – Studies in Fungi 2 ( 1 ): 138 – 156 . https://doi.org/10.5943/sif/2/1/16 Didukh , Y. P. , Fitsailo, , T. V. , Korotchenko, I. A. Iakushenko , D

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European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology
Authors: Heike Granzer, Ralf Matthias Hagen, Philipp Warnke, Wolfgang Bock, Tobias Baumann, Norbert Georg Schwarz, Andreas Podbielski, Hagen Frickmann, and Thomas Koeller

This study addressed carbapenem-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii complex (ABC) isolates from patients that were injured during the military conflict in the Eastern Ukraine and treated at German Armed Forces Hospitals in 2014 and 2015. Clonal diversity of the strains and potential ways of transmission were analyzed.

Patients with one or several isolation events of carbapenem-resistant ABC were included. Isolates were characterized by VITEK II-based identification and resistance testing, molecular screening for frequent carbapenemase genes, and DiversiLab rep-PCRbased typing. Available clinical information of the patients was assessed.

From 21 young male Ukrainian patients with battle injuries, 32 carbapenem- and fluoroquinolone-resistant ABC strains were isolated. Four major clonal clusters were detected. From four patients (19%), ABC isolates from more than one clonal cluster were isolated. The composition of the clusters suggested transmission events prior to the admission to the German hospitals.

The infection and colonization pressure in the conflict regions of the Eastern Ukraine with ABC of low clonal diversity is considerable. Respective infection risks have to be considered in case of battle-related injuries in these regions. The low number of local clones makes any molecular exclusion of transmission events difficult.

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