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Wafaa A. Alnuaimy

Wafaa A. Alnuaimy
Al Muthanna University/ College of Science · Department of Biology

Master of Science

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Objectives: Rotavirus is the commonest agent answerable for intense gastroenteritis, in little young children. In Iraq, little information are recorded about this viral disease. Methodology: This investigation meant to recognize rotavirus in fecal examples of 85 diarrhea cases, were gathered in Women and Children Teaching Hospital/Al-Muthanna Provi...
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Probiotics are live microorganisms promoted with claims that they provide health benefits when consumed, generally by improving or restoring the gut flora. Immediately after wounding, microbial colonization occurs. The effects of microbial wound colonization on healing process are particularly important and therefore, based on the significant econo...
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Considering the increase in antibiotic-resistant (AR) bacterial strains and the lack of new antibiotics, alternative/complementary strategies need to be founded to solve the infections due to AR pathogens. A possible solution may be to combine existing antibiotics with phytochemicals to enhance their efficacy. The purpose of this study was to asses...
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The most common diseases that are transmitted through blood are hepatitis B and hepatitis C viruses. Infections with hepatitis B and hepatitis C viruses are a worldwide public health problem, this is the reason behind choosing this subject to study. The samples were collected during April, May and June / 2018 in Al-Iskandarona laboratory in Baghdad...
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Wafaa Ayad Al-Nuaimy and Dr Tareq Jafaar Al-Jandeel. Prevalence of Toxoplasma gondii detected by ELISA and PCR in abortive women in Iraq., Onl J Vet Res., (5):417-424, 2018. Toxoplasmosis during pregnancy is a significant risk factor for adverse pregnancy outcomes in humans. One hundred women from Al Muthanna, Iraq who had a single or repeat aborti...

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