Ali M. Alasoufi

Ali M. Alasoufi
University of Santiago de Compostela | USC · Centro de Investigación en Medicina Molecular y Enfermedades Crónicas (CIMUS)

PhD Student in Endocrinology-CIMUS-Santiago de Compostela-Spain

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Antagonistic Bacillus sp. strain HMB8 and its concomitant Micrococcus sp. strain HMB7 were isolated from a healthy oral cavity of a volunteer. Phenotypic characteristics and 16S rRNA gene sequencing similarity confirmed that strain HMB8 belongs to Bacillus genus, whereas strain HMB7 belongs to Micrococcus genus. Isolated Bacillus sp. HMB8 exhibited...
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Background and objective: The patients with Diabetes Mellitus (DM) have malfunction in bladder which prompt urine accumulation in its pool which serves a decent situation to the microbes to be develop and cause Urinary Tract Infection (UTI). The UTI is the most infectious disease that affects both males and females. This study was designed to dete...

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Anybody have a good protocol for isolating genomic DNA from Mouse liver tissue?
I'm interested in extracting genomic DNA from mouse liver tissue.
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What is the final RNA concentration of IL6 and IL6 receptor that must be have for reverse transcription reaction (cDNA preparation)? My sample is muscle.?

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Rock varnish is the skinny outer layer of rock surfaces in arid and semiarid regions, it is composed of clay minerals cemented together by oxides and hydroxides of manganese and iron. Al-Jafer basin is located in the south Jordan in a region that classified as a arid and semi-arid region with mean annual rainfall of about 50 mm . The basin has a total area of 13500 km2, scattered with a plenty of rock varnishes. It is well known that microbial communities associated with desert environments play pivotal roles in various biogeochemical cycles. This project aims to conduct, for the first in Jordan, a phylogenetic and functional analysis of the microbial communities associated with rock varnish in the arid region of Al-Jafer basin, using Next-generation DNA sequencing methods for the 16S rRNA gene analyses