Daniah Hamid

Daniah Hamid
Al-Nahrain University · Forensic DNA center for Research and Training

Master of Biotechnology

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September 2019 - present
Al-Nahrain University
Position
  • Aljaderia
Education
October 2006 - April 2009
University of Baghdad
Field of study
  • Biotechnology

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The objective of the present study is to detect of toxoplasmosis infected patients compared with cancer patients attending the Unit of Tumors in the Medical City, in compared with together healthy individuals as a control group. Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay ELIZA was used to investigate the anti- Toxoplasma gondii antibodies, type IgM and IgG....
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Honey produced by the honey bees is one of the ancient traditional medicines used for treatment and prevention of various illnesses .In this study the antimicrobial effect of bee honey on organisms isolated from patients with acute Diarrhea in comparison with commonly used antibiotics for the treatment of infection was evaluated. Objective : One hu...
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The present study was conducted to study the correlation between renal function markers and thyroid hormones . Methodology : Ninety five blood sample which include (Fifty patients suffering from thyroid dysfunction and forty five subjects used as control group). were collected from patients attending AL- Hashemia Teaching Hospital at Babil during t...
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One hundred seventy-two stool samples of suspected patients with irritable bowel syndrome were examined by H. pylori Ag Strip to detect the positive cases by using bioNexia Ag kit (USA). Sixty-one patients were infected with H. pylori, while one hundred and eleven of them were negative patients for H. pylori and had irritable bowel syndrome were ta...
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The worldwide spread and high rate of viral transmission and related morbidity and mortality of Coronavirus disease-19 (COVID-19) is a crisis. Some epigenetic determinants predispose individuals to severe infection. Patients with prior chronic medical illnesses (hypertension, diabetes, lupus, and chronic obstructive lung disease) are highly suscept...
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Introduction: Escherichia coli is among major nosocomial pathogens causing urinary tract infections (UTIs). The emergence of carbapenem-resistant strains is a major concern regarding the UTI treatment. The subjective of this study included assessment of genetic relation and screening of virulence factors among carbapenemase producing E. coli from U...
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At many journals, the process for submitting a review article is much different from the process for a research article: rather than uploading your research manuscript and clicking Submit, it might only be possible to submit a review article by invitation or prior consultation with an editor. In that case, a journal will usually ask authors to firs...
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To mark Peer Review Week 2016, the Elsevier Researcher Academy and Sense about Science joined forces to put the process under the microscope. In this webinar recording, three expert presenters discuss the current state of peer review….and what we can do to secure its future. Julia Wilson of Sense About Science, a charity that challenges the misrep...
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The peer review process depends on the activities of editors, reviewers, and authors for its success. In this webinar, a panel of Cell Press editors discuss how they work with their journal communities to build trust and engagement in the peer review process. This module is intended for any scientist that has participated in the peer review process...
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The compound of Tyrosine (Tyr) is considered one of the most important aromatic amino acids for the human body, also it is very important and so vital to success for the process of neurotransmitter synthesis. The main aim of this paper was to improve and modified the procedure for ultra-micro assessment of the Tyrosine compound through a reaction o...
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Cancer is one of the most important problems facing the world. The economic burdens that result from it burden the world annually. Lung cancer is one of the most important types of cancer, which shows high rates of death around the world. [CEA] Carcino Embryonic Antigen is considered one of the most important protein biomarkers and detection it esp...
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Overview: The Global Health Cluster (GHC) has developed this Health Cluster Coordination eLearning course in order to increase the skills and knowledge of Health Cluster teams and partners and to strengthen the efficiency and accountability of all stakeholders in responding to humanitarian crises.
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Gain practical experience in peer review with the Publons Academy, our peer review training course. You'll write real reviews with one-to-one guidance from your mentor, and gain exclusive access to our Review Template and examples. Upon graduation from the course, you’ll be a certified peer reviewer, ready to connect with top journal editors in you...
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This program aims to equip volunteers with the knowledge of COVID-19, how it spreads and what precautions are needed to protect yourself and others while you join the fight to stop the spread of this pandemic.
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Screening areas, treatment centres and community facilities are part of the strategic priorities for Severe Acute Respiratory Infection (SARI) outbreak preparedness, readiness and response. The SARI Facilities training package has been developed to meet the operational needs emerging with the COVID-19 pandemic. It provides a thorough understanding...
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All personnel responding to outbreaks of Acute Respiratory Infections (ARIs) need to have the basic knowledge and skills to mount an effective response. They need to understand what ARIs are, how they are transmitted, how to assess the risk of infection and to understand basic hygiene measures to protect themselves.
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This course will cover the Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) measures required in order to: • Be prepared and ready to respond to an outbreak, in particular, the one due to COVID-19. • Limit human to human transmission by way of implementing WHO recommended IPC interventions. • Identify, isolate and report suspect and confirmed cases.
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As hospitals are facing care amidst an unprecedented crisis, experts in the areas of infection control, emergency preparedness and caring for cancer patients share their perspectives. ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION AND TARGET AUDIENCE: This activity is an update regarding the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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In this workshop , Associate Professor in Psychology Luana Marques, PhD, discusses tips and strategies for managing stress related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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In this workshop , Pregnancy and lactation experts Dr. Laura Hanley and Dr. Melissa Bartick discuss the challenges health care teams face supporting new mothers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Topics include current guidelines, the risks and benefits of breastfeeding, and data collection.
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In this workshop , discussion focused on immunological testing during COVID-19 and its impact on what lies ahead
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share tweet share mail In order to assist UN country teams in scaling up country preparedness and response to COVID-19, WHO has developed these learning modules as a companion to the Operational Planning Guidelines to Support Country Preparedness and Response
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Otitis media (OM) is a public disease, that characterizes a severe problems chiefly later winter outbreak of respiratory tract infections (RTI); its results are hearing weakness; or stove loss in adults and difficulties in speech in children. In current study isolated Gram- positive Cocci bacteria from pure or mixed culture with other pathogens. A...
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In this study، 30 bacterial isolates were obtained from 55 soil`s sample and 10 bacterial isolates were obtained from water sample that contaminated with oil derivatives. These isolates were submitted to phenol and analine degradation. Five isolates were selected depending on their ability to degraded these compounds and identified as Pseudomonas a...
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In this study، 30 bacterial isolates were obtained from 55 soil`s sample and 10 bacterial isolates were obtained from water sample that contaminated with oil derivatives. These isolates were submitted to phenol and analine degradation. Five isolates were selected depending on their ability to degraded these compounds and identified as Pseudomonas a...

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The stay-at-home and physical distancing measures that have been imposed throughout the are highly disruptive to society, both economically ,so when can we return to normal life?
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Can animals be infected with covid19?
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What is the difference between mutation and Single-nucleotide polymorphism ?

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Honey produced by the honey bees is one of the ancient traditional medicines used for treatment and prevention of various illnesses .In this study the antimicrobial effect of bee honey on organisms isolated from patients with acute Diarrhea in comparison with commonly used antibiotics for the treatment of infection was evaluated . Objective : One hundred and fifty five stool samples were collected from patients their age range from (6-45) years who were examined and diagnosed by specialist physicians as suspected with acute diarrhea during the period from May 2014 until end of November 2014 . Methodology: The stool samples were collected in sterile universal plastic containers and diagnosed according to well-known established bacteriological methods and then inoculated in to three enrichment media: Tetrathionate, Mannitol Selenite and Gram negative broth media , Subcultures have been made on Xylose-lysine-deoxycholate agar , Salmonella-Shigella agar (SS) and MacConkey agar media and incubated for 24 hrs at 37°C. Five antibiotic discs were selected (oxoid), including Ciprofloxacin (CIP) , Amoxicillin clavulinic acid (AMC) , and Ceftriaxone (CRO), Amikacin (AK) and Azithromycin (AZT) .The isolated pathogens were inoculated on Muller-Hinton agar, the susceptibility of the isolated organisms to honey , antibiotics and combination of both was studied .The mean inhibition zone produced by combination honey with antibiotics when applied to isolated shigella species was significantly higher than used of the antibiotic or honey alone. Results: shigella species were identified in 45 (29.03% ) patients , in our study the number of males was higher than females(64%) , from 45(29.03%) shigella species isolated ,20(36%) were shigella flexneri, the most common isolate , shigella sonnei being the next most common isolate 12(21.8) followed by Shigella dysenteriae 9(16.3) and shigella boydii 4(7.2). Conclusions: Honey is famous rediscovered remedy which is cheap and nontoxic .It showed high inhibitory effect on the growth of shigella species and when used in combination with antibiotics it shows good synergistic effect on resistant bacteria. However, Pharmacological standardization and clinical evaluation of the effect of honey is necessary before using it as preventive or curative measure.