Taisir Abdulelah Kadhim

Taisir Abdulelah Kadhim
Al Muthanna University · Department of Microbiology

PhD Medical Microbiology

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Introduction
Assist. Prof. Dr. Taisir Abdulelah Kadhim, head of basic sciences department. Interested with molecular biology, pathogenic bacteria, and immunity and I will be happy if any microbiologist want to work with me as team work group
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September 2019 - present
Al Muthanna University
Position
  • Head of Department
Description
  • Faculty member
Education
September 2015 - September 2018
University of Babylon
Field of study
  • Medical Microbiology

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Publications (17)
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PATHOGENIC BACTERIA Virulence and Diseases By Group of Iraqi Academics
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Objective: The aim of the present study was to evaluate the presence of Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans (A. actinomycetemcomitans) and Porphyromonas gingivalis (P. gingivalis) in healthy and different stage of gingivitis for children aged between 9 and 12 years using Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) and to compare their presence in children in...
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Food safety is very necessary for the general health of the consumer and protection from disease, as well as the importance of economic sustain ability of the agricultural food sector. The consumer wants to make sure that the food is safe and that it is not contaminated with bacteria. Therefore, these tests must be performed to detect bacteria and...
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Incidence of urinary tract infection (UTI) among pregnant women in Al-Muthanna Province Taisir Abdulelah kadhim/Msc microbiology/collage of medicine, Almuthanna university. alhilli_taiseer@yahoo.com Abstract: This study reported the incidence of urinary tract infections (UTIs) among 64 pregnant women (50 patients and 14 controls) conducted in AL-Sa...
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Background: Campylobaϲter jejuni haνe been known as ᴏne of main ϲauses of baϲterial gastrᴏenteritis (Campylobaϲteriosis) in human. Campylᴏbaϲter jejuni acquisition, diseases severity and post infection complications might possibly assᴏϲiated with genetic susceptibility of the host. A single nuϲleᴏtide polymᴏrphism plaϲed in the first intrᴏn of huma...
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This study was conducted in two hospitals of Babylon Province, Iraq: Babylon Maternity and Pediatrics Hospital and Al-Noor pediatrics Hospital, during the period from February to September 2017. About 100 patients suffering from gastrointestinal were involved. The ages of patients extended from (0-10) years. Stool specimens were taken from each dis...
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This study was conducted in two hospitals of Babylon Province: Babylon Maternity and Pediatrics Hospital, and Al-Noor pediatrics Hospital, during the period from February to September 2017. About 100 patients suffering from gastroenteritis and 41 healthy individuals with no history of gastroenteritis or other diseases as a controls were included in...
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An assessment of microbiological profile (bacteria and parasite) of enteric pathogens in children stool specimens and antibiotic sensitivity pattern of implicated bacterial agents in Al-Muthann'a province (rural area and city center). Of the 34 children diagnosed with diarrhea (cases), at least one bacteria was detected in 31 (91.17%) samples. Amon...
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This study reported the incidence of urinary tract infections (UTIs) among 64 pregnant women (50 patients and 14 controls) conducted in AL-Samawa 10 5 of the same bacteria per milliliter of urine. A total of 64 clean voided mid-stream urine samples were collected from pregnant women between the ages of 13-40 years. The results showed that the incid...
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the aim of this study was to evaluate the Antibacterial activity of various concentrations of mixtures of Thymus vulgaris and Negilla sativa on various pathogenic bacteria (Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeroginosa, Staphylococcus aureus, Enterococcus faecalis, Serratia sp. and Bacillus subtilis) In general, all extracts in concentraction (40 μg/ml)...
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ackground: Microbial colonization and inflammation in the maternal genital tract has emerged as one of the major risk factors associated with spontaneous preterm birth. Objectives: this study aimed to demonstrate the role of tumor necrosis alpha(TNF-α)in the induction of preterm labor. Materials and methods: This study was conducted in Babylon Teac...
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This study was conducted in Babylon Teaching Hospital of Gynecology and Pediatrics from November 2007 to May 2008. A total of 60 pregnant women with preterm labor admitted to Labor Room and 20 control women (10 of them were pregnant at term with bacterial infection, 5 were pregnant at term without bacterial infection, and 5 were normal females not...

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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