Shaimaa Obaid Hasson

Shaimaa Obaid Hasson
Al-Qasim Green University · College of Biotechnology

phd of medical microbiology

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Introduction
Shaimaa Obaid Hasson currently works at the College of biotechnology, Al-Qasim Green University. Their current project is 'biofilm bacteria and nanoparticles antibacterial action'.

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Publications (47)
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ABSRTACT Background: Propolis (bee glue) is a resinous product that honeybees
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Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) is an infection caused by the presence and growth of microorganism anywhere in the urinary tract. This study aims at determining the most common microorganism that causes UTI in honeymoon women, detection the most effective antimicrobial agents that causative agents of UTI and select the best antibiotics for treated...
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Staphylococcus lentus (S. lentus) is a coagulase negative gram positive cocci recognized as opportunistic pathogens and rarely forming biofilm; it has many virulence factors, but recently caused nosocomial and community infections. Biofilm formation of Staphylococcus lentus may be associated with the ability to resist antibiotics which leads to inc...
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Objectives: This study aimed to evaluate the association of the intimin (eae) and pagC genes with biofilm formation and multidrug resistance (MDR) phenotype in Escherichia coli and Salmonella enterica collected from calves with diarrhea. Results: Fecal samples (n: 150) were collected from calves with diarrhea. Of 150 fecal samples, 122 (81.3%) w...
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Background: Klebsiella pneumoniae is an opportunistic pathogen usually responsible for healthcare-associated infections. Multilocus sequence typing (MLST) analysis utilized four housekeeping genes among Klebsiella pneumonia isolated from diarrheal humans and poultry to determine the extent of genetic diversity. Material and methods: Seventy-five fe...
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Background: Today, despite the existence of various chemical and physical treatments for wound healing, the use of traditional medicine including herbal medicine is still widely used in most developed and developing countries. Objectives: To investigate the antimicrobial and wound healing activities of alcoholic extract of Boswellia carterii (BC...
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Multidrug-resistant bacteria (MDR bacteria) cause a significant rise in mortality, morbidity, and treatment costs. To combat the problem of MDR bacterium emergence, scientists are turning to nanoparticles in general and green zinc oxide Nano particle (ZnO-NPs) in particular. Hence, UV spectroscopy, Fourier-Transform Infrared (FTIR) Spectroscopy, Sc...
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This study aimed to investigate the immune responses of Penicillium digitatum antigens in rabbits. Twenty healthy rabbits were divided into 2 groups (15 for the test group) and (5 for the control group). The test animals were immunized with 500μg/ml of P. digitatum spores. The stimulated immune response was determined using Delayed type hypersensit...
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Bacterial infections may regard the most prevalent microbial infections with high frequencies and possible hazards when compared with other microbes. Pathogenic bacteria represent the most prominent pathogen accounting for the top ten diseases worldwide. Their importance arises from unique characteristics like virulence factors, a wide range of inf...
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Antimicrobial resistance by multi-drug resistant (MDR) bacteria poses a profound threat to human and animal health. This study helps to explor the potential antimicrobial effect of the silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) on MDR bacteria phenotypically and genotypically. Initially, fifty-two identified bacterial isolates were collected from both humans and...
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This study was designed in Babylon Governorate to identify and characterize the phenotypic and genetic characteristics of Klebsiella pneumoniae from samples of patients with diarrhea, in addition to samples of poultry infected with diarrhea. This study was conducted in the microbiology laboratory of the College of Veterinary Medicine. Out of (200)...
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Significant increase of mortality, morbidity and cost related to treatment caused by multidrug resistant (MDR) bacteria. Researchers are shifting towards nanoparticles in general and silver nano particles (AgNPs) in particular to solve the problem of emergence of MDR bacteria. Hence, AgNPs were produced by green synthesis method using green tea lea...
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Date palm silver nanoparticles are a green synthesis method used as antibacterial agents. Today, there is a considerable interest in it because it is safe, nontoxic, low costly and ecofriendly. Biofilm bacteria existing in marketed local milk is at highly risk on population health and may be life-threatening as most biofilm-forming bacteria are...
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Klebsiella pneumonia(K. pneumonia) is an opportunistic pathogen, Most of its cause of health care associated infections (HAIs) and possess high stages of antibiotic resistance. Thesemicro organisms are great recognized for his or her capacity to provide biofilms. The cause of this take a look at is to decide the sample of antibiotic resistance and...
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A systemic methodology was introduced in this study to investigate the enhanced antibacterial and anti-biofilm effects of broad-spectrum antibiotics with and without AgNPs. To that end, we synthesized AgNPs using cloves seed extract in an environmentally friendly manner (Syzygium aromaticum). The synthesized AgNPs were then characterized using a va...
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Members of the Enterobacteriaceae family, Kluyvera cryocrescens and Citrobacter freundii are infrequent cause of infection in healthy human and multidrug resistant (MDR) strains of both species had been isolated from different clinical specimens. The difficulty in treating of MDR biofilm producing bacteria invites the researchers to find a new way...
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A total of (64) samples of (blood, urine and milk) presented to the Al-Qasim Green University (Microbiology Lab). Among them 3 of specimens were found to be with pantoea sp. bacteriuria. In the present study, it was observed that the number of patients with Pantoea spp. were positive by (cultures and the automated system VITEK 2 (bioMerieux, Marcy...
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In Nigeria, several investigations have done about the prevalence of the AmpC enzyme in clinical isolates of Gram-negative bacteria; however, little information is available on the occurrence rate of this important enzyme in abattoir specimens that play a major role in the environmental pollution in Nigeria. This study aimed to evaluate the presenc...
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A total of (64) samples of (blood, urine and milk) presented to the Al-Qasim Green University (Microbiology Lab). Among them 3 of specimens were found to be with pantoea sp. bacteriuria. In the present study, it was observed that the number of patients with Pantoea spp. were positive by (cultures and the automated system VITEK 2 (bioMerieux, Marcy...
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Synopsis This book covers all areas of biotechnology, genetics and other related fields. The contributions by the authors include biosurfactants; antimicrobial activity; bio-preservation; shelf life; plasmid; algal plasmid; plasmid like DNA; fungal contamination; mycotoxins; Detarium microcarpum; Brachystegia eurycoma; Huanglongbing disease; Candid...
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Silver nanoparticles have been considered a powerful antimicrobial agents recently especially after increasing incidence of diseases associated with biofilm and multi-drug resistant pathogens required to find a novel path to eradicate that challenge. The present study aims to evaluate the antibacterial activity of biosynthesized silver nanoparticle...
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Pseudomonas aeruginosa (P. aeruginosa) is the most important, resistant and dangerous organism in burn wound infections in human. Extracellular and virulence factors lead to tissue damage tissue damage during infection with P. aeruginosa. One important virulence factor including exotoxin A(ETA) encoded by the tox A gene. In this study, 45 wound swa...
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Silver nanoparticles have been considered as powerful antimicrobial agents recently, especially with the increasing incidence of diseases associated with biofilm and multi-drug resistant pathogens. The aim of this study was to synthesize silver nanoparticles by biological and chemical methods and combination with imipenem to eradicate biofilm-formi...
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Pseudomonas aeruginosa (P. aeruginosa) is the most important, resistant and dangerous organism in burn wound infections in human. Extracellular and virulence factors lead to tissue damage tissue damage during infection with P. aeruginosa. One important virulence factor including exotoxin A(ETA) encoded by the tox A gene. In this study , 45 wound sw...
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2 oryzihabitance and susceptibility to antibiotics. 3 Shaimaa Obaid Hasson 4 Al-Qasim green university, veterinary collage, department of microbiology, Iraq. Abstract: 8 Pseudomonas oryzihabitans is uncommon pathogen but recently may warning of 9 this bacterium to be dangerous and highly virulence and may cause increase in morbidity 10 and mortalit...
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Phenotypic and Genotypic Detection of Biofilm Fo r m a t i o n P s e u d o m o n a s o r y z i h a b i t a n c e a n d Susceptibility to Antibiotics Abstract Pseudomonas oryzihabitans is uncommon pathogen, but recently there may be warning of this bacterium to be dangerous, highly virulence, and may cause increase in morbidity and mortality rate, e...
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Several key factors, including different extracellular appendages, are implicated in E. coli surface colonization and their expression and activity are finely regulated, both in space and time, to ensure productive events leading to mature biofilm formation. In the current study, E.coli were used is a multidrug resistance and biofilm formation whic...
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Several key factors, including different extracellular appendages, are implicated in E. coli surface colonization and their expression and activity are finely regulated, both in space and time, to ensure productive events leading to mature biofilm formation. In the current study, E.coli were used is a multidrug resistance and biofilm formation whic...
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Silver nanoparticles was considered a powerful antimicrobial agents recently especially after increasing incidence of diseases associated with biofilm and multi-drug resistant pathogens which necessary required to find a novel path to eradicate that’s challenge. So the aim of present study was to synthesize silver nanoparticles by biological method...
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The book describes the importance of biofilm formation among urinary catheterized patients and association with resistant of antibiotics ability to be emerging medical cases which should be finding a solution or treatment to terminate this problem utterly. Biofilm is aggregate of microorganisms such as bacteria and attachment to biotic surface whic...
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Staphylococcuslentus is a coagulase negative gram positive cocci recognized as opportunistic pathogens and rarely biofilm forming and have many virulence factors,but recently causes nosocomial and community infections. Biofilm formation S. lentus may be associated with ability to resistant antibiotics lead to increase in mortality rate due to diffi...
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The study was conducted at the of animal fields in AL-Qassim city, sheep in this fields was suffering from severe eye infection during the period April to October ,2015 .sheep was clinically examined and showed signs copious eye drops, increase body temperatures, swollen of eye with redness, eye pus in some cases, the sheep was checked clinically a...
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This study aimed to investigate gram-positive bacteremia in febrile children according to some risk factors and to detect the types causative bacteria. One hundred sixty blood samples were collected from children under 2 years who were suffering from fever and admitted to emergency department of Babylon Maternity and Children Hospital in Hilla. The...
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The aim of the present study was to isolate and identify microflora species at different levels of the female genital tract (cervix, body of uterus, horns of uterus and oviducts) of ewes and estimate their prevalence. Ninety-six samples (cervix, uterine body, right and left uterine horns, and right and left oviducts) were taken from sixteen ewes ge...
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The aim of the present study was to isolate and identify microflora species at different levels of the female genital tract (cervix, body of uterus, horns of uterus and oviducts) of ewes and estimate their prevalence. Ninety-six samples (cervix, uterine body, right and left uterine horns, and right and left oviducts) were taken from sixteen ewes ge...
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The aim of the present study was to isolate and identify microflora species at different levels of the female genital tract (cervix, body of uterus, horns of uterus and oviducts) of ewes and estimate their prevalence. Ninety-six samples (cervix, uterine body, right and left uterine horns, and right and left oviducts) were taken from sixteen ewes ge...
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Assist. proof "foundation of technical education " technical institute Babil alteehaydar@yahoo.com ♣♣Assist. lecture/college of veterinary medicine/university of Babylon. ♣♣♣ college of veterinary medicine/ university of Babylon. Abstract: this study was done by collecting (120) samples by using sterile swabs with sterile distal water were passed o...
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Stool specimens were collected from (136) patients with watery diarrhea aged (from 5 months to 80 years) prior administration to antimicrobial agents who were referred to Hilla teaching hospital (Emergency department) during a period from (September to December 2008). This study found that 44 (32.35%) suspected isolates of Vibrio cholerae 23(52.3%)...
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Gram-negative isolates are not fully) discussed in this paper ‫ﻏﺮام‬ ‫ﻟﺼﺒﻐﺔ‬ ‫اﻟﻤﻮﺟﺒﺔ‬ ‫اﻟﻤﺴﺒﺒﺎت‬ ‫ﺗﻤﺜﻠﺖ‬ ‫اﻟﺘﺎﻟﯿﺔ‬ ‫ﺑﺎﻷﻧﻮاع‬ : Staphylococcusaureus 10 ‫ﻋﺰﻻت‬) 33 (% ، Coagulase negativestaphylococci CoNS) (5 ‫ﻋﺰﻻت‬)) 16 (% ، Streptococcus pyogenes 4 ‫ﻋﺰﻻت‬) 13 (% ، Listeria monocytogenes ‫و‬. Micrococcus sp ‫واﺣﺪة‬ ‫ﻋﺰﻟﺔ‬) 3 (% ‫ﻣﻨﮭﻤﺎ‬ ‫ﻟﻜﻞ‬. ‫ﻞﻞ‬...

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Psychological support is very necessary for people with coronavirus because it is important in raising the immunity of the injured and there is much research on this topic.
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Knowing the usefulness of seminars and workshops held through e-learning.منصة اريد
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Its aim is to see your researches by other researchers to benefit and make citations.