Editorial
30/5/2017
Batool Sharifi-Mood
Review Article
31/8/2016
Lawaly Maman Manzo, Bassira B. Issaka, Issaka Seidou, Jibir Zanguina
The number of quinolone-resistant Vibrio cholerae strains reported in various clinical studies is growing steadily since the 1990s. Important biological conditions such as alterations of DNA topoisomerases, perturbations in regard to drug entry and efflux and plasmids transferability between bacteria, are conditions that lead to the acquisition ... read more
Research Article
12/6/2017
Mohammad Hashemi-Shahri, Batool Sharifi-Mood, Alireza Ansari Moghaddam, Shahabodin Mashaei
Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever (CCHF) is an acute viral hemorrhagic disease, and it is currently endemic in Southeastern Iran. The present study aimed at comparing the effect of ribavirin alone and in combination with dexamethasone on clinical outcome of patients with severe form of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever.In this ... read more
Research Article
12/6/2017
Somayeh Fallahizadeh, Mohammad Hossein Feiz-Haddad, Forough Kazemi, Reza Afrisham
Approximately, one-third of the worlds population are in the influence of intestinal parasite infections (IPIs). The infections can cause a whole range of clinical symptoms such as watery or mucoid diarrhea, dehydration, vomiting and nausea, abdominal pains, as well as a fever.The aim of this study was ... read more
Research Article
24/7/2017
Lawaly Maman Manzo, Aichatou Moumouni, Idi Issa, Ali Amadou, Jibir Zanguina, Dan Dano Ibrahim, Halima Boubacar Mainassara, Sani Ousmane
Cholera is an infectious disease caused by a gram negative bacteria, Vibrio cholerae. It was found for the first time in Niger during year 1970 and continues to occur as an issue of major public health importance.This study aimed at more accurately defining the burden of cholera ... read more
Research Article
21/6/2017
Leila Manzouri, Farzaneh Zarei, Narjes Niazi, Moslem Sedaghattalab
Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) bacterium has contaminated over 80% of the population of developing countries. H. pylori has a major role in developing gastric ulcer, duodenal ulcer, chronic gastritis, as well as gastric adenocarcinoma and mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue lymphoma (MALT). To eradicate H. pylori infection, information about ... read more
Research Article
19/6/2017
Ramanjeet Kaur, Santosh Kumar Tiwari
Bacteriocins are antimicrobial proteins or peptides secreted in the culture medium during the growth of bacteria. Bacteriocin production is influenced by various physical parameters such as pH, temperature, NaCl concentration, and carbon source.The current study aimed at optimizing the culture conditions for higher growth and production of ... read more
Research Article
13/11/2016
Somayeh Jahani, Saphora Bazi, Zahra Shahi, Maryam Sheykhzade Asadi, Mohammad Amin Mashhady, Gelareh Sohil Baigi
The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of ethanol extract of green tea on biofilm formation of Staphylococcus aureus.Staphylococcus aureus samples were obtained from hospital sources and plant extracts; green tea was made using the rotary. The minimum inhibitory concentration was determined using the ... read more
Research Article
14/11/2016
Mohammed Osman Hussien, Khalid Abdallah Enan, Shima Hassan Alfaki, Rana Alhibir Gafar, Khalid Mohamed Taha, Abdel Rahim Mohamed El Hussein
Coxiella burnetii (C. burnetii) is the causative agent of Q fever, a zoonotic disease that is prevalent worldwide. Domestic and companion animals are the main reservoirs of infection. Humans mainly acquire the infection through inhalation of contaminated aerosols.This study was carried out to detect the prevalence of ... read more
Brief Report
2/8/2016
Mohammed Osman Hussien, Shima Hassan Alfaki, Abdel Rahim Mohamed El Hussein
Toxoplasma gondii (T. gondii) infections are widely prevalent in human beings and animals worldwide. Humans become infected post-natally by ingesting tissue cysts from undercooked meat, consuming food or drink contaminated with oocysts or by accidentally ingesting oocysts from the environment.The present study was conducted to determine the ... read more
Case Report
3/8/2016
Jamshid Ayatollahi, Fatemeh Ayatollahi, Reza Ayatollahi, Seyed Hossein Shahcheraghi
Leishmaniasis is a protozoal disease transmitted by sand-fly. The term leishmaniasis encompasses multiple clinical syndromes.A 24-year-old male native of Yazd, Iran, was referred from the dental and subsequently to the infectious clinic with complaints of ulcer and swelling over his lower lip for three months. The lesion ... read more
Case Report
28/8/2016
Nawfal R Hussein
Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is a major public health problem and may lead to liver failure and cancer. New direct-acting antiviral medications (DAAs) are potent with shorter course of treatment and less side effects. However, the cost of these medications and the limited experience are the ... read more
Letter
2/8/2016
Nawfal R Hussein, Zana Sidiq Mohammed Saleem
Letter
28/8/2016
Sayed Alireza Mirsane, Nasrin Oraei

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