African Journal of
Microbiology Research

  • Abbreviation: Afr. J. Microbiol. Res.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1996-0808
  • DOI: 10.5897/AJMR
  • Start Year: 2007

AJMR Articles in press

Isolation and characterization of multi-drug resistance bacterial pathogens from diarrheagenic stool in hospitals in Lokoja, Kogi State

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In Nigeria, diarrhea is one of the main causes of morbidity and mortality among children under five years of age, due to unsafe water supplies, poor sanitation, and hygiene practices. It is also responsible for several hospital admissions in Lokoja, the Confluence city of Kogi State. The conventional antibiotics used for the treatment of these conditions have however been regularly misused and consequently, grossly...

Author(s):Daniel Edisha Garba, Uju M. Esther Dibua, Justus Amuche Nweze and Esther Claire Alechenu

Microbial quality of fermented milk in Ada`a District, Central Ethiopia

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The study was conducted in Ada`a district, central Ethiopia to assess the microbial quality of fermented milks. A total of 70 fermented milk samples were collected and tested for microbial analysis from smallholder (40), Bishoftu town cafeteria (20) and modern dairy farms (10). The mean TBC ( Total Bacterial Counts) were 8.4±0.152, 9.2±0.083 and 8.9±0.146 log10 cfu ml-1 for fermented milk from the smallholder dairy,...

Author(s):Bushura Badaso Hama

Assessment of Antiplasmodial and Immunomodulatory Activities of Endophytic Fungal Metabolites from Azadirachta indica A. Juss

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This study reported the antiplasmodial and immunomodulatory activities of extracts of endophytic fungi isolated from Azadirachta indica. The extracts were evaluated for potential in-vivo and in-vitro antiplasmodial activity using murine malaria models and microtechnique methods respectively. Immunomodulatory potentials of the extracts were assessed using cyclophosphamide-immunomyelosuppression in mice and hypersensitivity...

Author(s):Nonye T. Ujam, Thaddeus H. Gugu, Chibueze Ike, Earnest O. Erhirhie, Daniel L. Ajaghaku, Cyril C. Adonu, Restus Onwusoba, Festus B.C. Okoye, Charles O. Esimone

Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 (HIV-1) Subtype Diversity in Busia, Western Kenya

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HIV infection is currently the single biggest epidemic globally. HIV is the etiologic agent for AIDS. HIV is divided into two types: HIV type 1 (HIV-1) and HIV type 2 (HIV-2). HIV-2 is rare and is mainly found in some parts of West Africa, though an increasing number of cases have been recognized in Europe, India, and the United States of America in recent times. HIV-1 accounts for most cases of AIDS. The strains of...

Author(s):James Munyao Kingoo, Anne WT Muigai, Viviene Matiru, Samoel A. Khamadi

Antifungal and Antibacterial activity of the different parts of mature Benincasa hispida against various microbial infectious agents

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In this study we assayed on antimicrobial activity of various parts of Benincasa hispida (peel, pulp, waxy coating) of mature and immature winter melon fruits. Various parts of the plant are reported as antibacterial agents worldwide. Leaves, flower, root, seed are the most studied elements as antibacterial agent. Some fruits are also proved antibacterial agent and used as herbal medicine as well as nutritional...

Author(s):Md. Khasrul Alam, Mohammad Abu Hena Mostofa Jamal, Morsed Ajam, Md. Rezuanul Islam

Resistance profile of Salmonella isolated from food sold in the streets of N'Djamena, Chad

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The preparation and sale of street foods is booming in African cities in general and especially in N’Djamena. However, the hygienic failures observed during this activity constitute a source of contamination of these foods. The objective of this work is to determine the different serotypes of Salmonella isolated from food sold in the streets of N’Djamena in Chad and to test their sensitivity antibiotics. In total, 447...

Author(s):Mayoré Atéba Djibrine, Bessimbaye Nadlaou, Bodering Alain, Evariste Bako, Abdelsalam TIDJANI, Nicolas BARRO

Resistance profile of Staphylococcus strains and detection of the Mec A, Van A and Van B genes in private hospitals in Benin

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The present study aims to identify the emergence of Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, S. aureus resistant to vancomycin and to investigate the presence of Mec A, Van A and Van B genes among Staphylococcus strains isolated from hospital environment. For each type of sample, surface of beds, recyclable material, boxes of rodar, floor and door slats, 53 samples were taken. So, a total of 265 samples were collected...

Author(s):Prosper Adzavon, Tamegnon Victorien Dougnon, Hornel Koudokpon, Boris Legba, Alidehou Jerrold Agbankpe, Kafayath Fabiyi, Lamine Baba-Moussa

ISOLATION, BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION AND SAFETY SCREENING OF POTENTIAL PROBIOTIC LACTIC ACID BACTERIA FROM SPONTANOUSLY FERMENTED CEREAL PRODUCTS FROM WESTERN KENYA

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The global demand for non-dairy beverages has sky rocketed especially so during this Covid-19 pandemic for potential health benefits. Development of probiotic strains from fermented cereal and legumes with the ability to grow well and adapt to gastrointestinal conditions at the same time possess high therapeutic ability will be a great achievement. This study aimed at isolating and screening probiotic potential Lactic Acid...

Author(s):Beatrice Aleyo Akweya, Joseph Mwafaida Mghalu, RahmaUdu M. Yusuf and Tochi Bitange

Antibiotic susceptibility and production of ESBL of E. coli strains isolated from meat

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The zoonotic potential of Escherichia coli from chicken and beef source food products is well documented. The uses of antibiotics on agriculture encourage the development of resistance bacteria capable of causing human disease and passing resistance to human pathogens. This study aimed to detect the antibiotic susceptibility and production of ESBL of E. coli strains isolated from meat. E. coli was isolated and identified...

Author(s):Amira Shareif Omer; Salwa I. Eltawaty; Sanaa.O Yagoub and Elzubeir I. E.M.

Prevalence of SEA and SEB Producing Staphylococcus aureus Isolated from Foodborne- Outbreaks in Iran

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Introduction: Staphylococcus aureus is an important pathogen causing a wide variety of diseases such as skin infections, food poisoning, pneumonia and septicemia in humans and animals. Among the bacterial agents of food poisoning, S. aureus is the most common agent worldwide. The aim of this study was to assess prevalence of SEA, SEB enterotoxin producing S. aureus isolated from foodborne outbreaks in Iran. Methods: In...

Author(s):Mehrnaz Mirzababaei, Mohammad Mehdi Soltan Dallal, Ramin Mazaheri Nezhad Fard, Hossein Masoumi Asl,Mahdieh Pourmoradian

Biosafety, bacteriological quality and strategy of biopreservative administration for controlling spoilage bacteria in Thai traditional dried seafood products

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Biosafety has currently become an important public health issue in seafood industry of Thailand. In order to enhance quality of seafood products, three phases of study were established. In the first phase, biosafety of traditional processed squid sold in Chon Buri province, Thailand compiled from literatures between 2002 and 2019 was evaluated. The squid products represented a health hazard due to 86.5% samples having...

Author(s):Subuntith Nimrat, Pornpimon Soodsawaeng, Nanticha Rattanamangkalanon, Traimat Boonthai, Verapong Vuthiphandchai

PREVALENCE AND FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS NASAL COLONISATION IN ORTHOPAEDIC PATIENTS AT A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL IN KENYA

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Background: Staphylococcus aureus is an important organism in orthopaedic practice as it is the most common cause of orthopaedic infections including surgical site infections (SSIs), osteomyelitis and septic arthritis. Carriers of S. aureus are predisposed to developing invasive staphylococcal infections. Knowledge of a patient’s carrier status before surgery together with interventions to eliminate the carrier state...

Author(s):David Githiomi Mwaura, Sitati Fred Chuma and Edward Gakuya

Phylogenetic analyses and bioactivities of endophytic Pestalotiopsis from Amazonian species

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Bioprospecting of the genus Pestalotiopsis shows potential for different bioactivity applications, this potential may originate from the close relationship with its host species. In this study, we verified the efficiency of the ITS regions for phylogenetic analysis of Pestalotiopsis species isolated as endophytes associated with basidiomycetes. The strains of endophytic fungi were isolated from the Genus Gustavia,...

Author(s):Elissandro F. Banhos, Antonia Q. L. Souza, Marne C. Vasconcellos, Gleyce S. B. Jobim, Dolores P. Fonseca, Marta R. Oliveira, Sarah R. Silveira, Wanderli P. Tadei, Afonso D. L. Souza

Biopreservative Application of Bacteriocins Obtained from Samples Ictalurus Punctatus and Fermented Zea Mays

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This study evaluated the preservative ability of protein-like cell free supernatants produced by lactic acid bacteria (LAB) isolates from samples of Ictalurus punctatus (Cat fish) and slurry of fermented Z. mays (Ogi). The LAB strains were separately isolated from understudied samples using De Man, Rogosa and Sharpe (MRS) media at 370C for 48 hrs. The isolated strains were characterized with Gram staining, oxidase and...

Author(s):Oyinlade Cecilia Ogundare, Simeon Kolawole Odetunde, Mutiat A. Omotayo and Oluremilekun O. Sokefun

Prevalence and characterization of extended-spectrum β-lactamase-producing Escherichia coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae isolated from poultry in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

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This study was aimed to determine the prevalence of extended spectrum beta-lactamase producing (ESBL) and multidrug resistant Escherichia coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae. A cross-sectional study was conducted in Ouagadougou in two poultry farms and two slaughterhouses. 375 Cloacal swabs and 46 environment samples were collected and members of Enterobacteriaceae were isolated on EMB agar containing 4µg/L of cefotaxime....

Author(s):Souleymane Soré, Fatimata B. Josiane Diarra, Juste Isidore Bonkoungou, Charles Sawadogo, Boubié G. Bationo, Hervé Ky, Patrick Djim-Madjim Madingar, Abdoul Salam Ouédraogo, Idrissa Sanou

Partial Chemical Characterization of the Yeast Extract Lachancea thermotolerans CCMA 0763

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The fungi are living organisms of great importance around agriculture, food industry, and the pharmaceutical industry. The usage of these microorganisms in agriculture is for the biocontrol of diseases in plants of commercial interest. Some yeasts can fight phytopathogens through secondary metabolites produced, inhibiting their development. Some species show positive results in the control of pathologies in different...

Author(s):Moacir Torres, Marcos A. S. Ribeiro, João Arthur S. Oliveira, Eduardo C. Meurer, and Kátia R. F. Schwan-Estrada

Prelimenary Screening for In vitro Antimicrobial Activity of Extracts from the Armoured Cricket (Acanthoplus discoidalis) (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae)

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The use of insects in folk medicine is widespread. This study was carried out in order to investigate the in vitro antimicrobial activity of the Acanthoplus discoidalis insect extract. Insects were harvested from maize fields by hand picking and prepared to produce the extract. In the disc-diffusion assay, plate count agar plates were inoculated with 100μl of each of the test microorganism adjusted with peptone to...

Author(s):Mugova A.K., Zvidzai C.J., Musundire R

Antimicrobial Properties and Antioxidant Activities of Pigeon Pea Seed Protein Hydrolysates

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In recent times, the biological activities of enzymatic digests of plant and animal proteins have been investigated and have been shown to exhibit multidirectional effects against microorganisms involved in the pathophysiology of a number of diseases. The present study evaluated the antimicrobial and antioxidant effects of pigeon pea protein hydrolysates. Proteins were hydrolyzed using the enzymes pepsin, trypsin and...

Author(s):Ekun, O. E., Aribisala, W. K., Ekun, R. G., Olusola, A. O., Bada, S. O., Bakare, O. S.

Assessment of the Microbial Quality of Food Contact Surfaces (Utensils) of Hotels and Restaurants in Addis Ababa

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Background: Food contact surfaces are surfaces that encounter food for humans. It can harbor and introduce pathogens into food. Objective: The aim of this study was to assess the microbiological quality of food contact surfaces (utensils) from hotels and restaurants in Addis Ababa. Methods: We used cross-sectional study design in which 12 hotels and 28 restaurants were randomly selected in Addis Ababa. Swab samples from...

Author(s):Abiyot Tenna, Kassayenew Amare, Hiwot Tekola, Yohannes W.Kidan, Daniel Melese, Girmaye Medhin

MicroRNA 122 and 483 as potential markers to diagnose Hepatocellular Carcinoma in Chronic Hepatitis C virus patients

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Background: Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is of the most frequent malignancies that suffer poor prognosis. In Egypt, HCC occurs mainly in the background of chronic infection with HCV. Early diagnosis of HCC development is crucial for proper management. Therefore, this study aimed to detect the expression of miR-122 and miR-483 in sera from Egyptian patients with HCV-related HCC and to evaluate their value as biomarkers...

Author(s):Ahmed Gaballah, Akram Fathi Shatara, Sahar Ahmed Shoman, Hisham Saad Mohamed, Abeer Ghazal

Survey for Faba bean (Vicia fabae L.) fungal diseases in Ethiopia

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Among biotic factors diseases were the most important constraints of Faba bean yield in Ethiopia. This investigation was designed: to identify, document, prioritize and be acquainted with distribution of fungal diseases of Faba bean in Ethiopia; to map geographical distribution areas for economically important faba bean fungal diseases. Assessments of diseases were accomplished in 2017 and 2018 main growing season of the...

Author(s):Tajudin Aliyi Mohammed, Bayoush Birke Yeshinigus and Alemayehu Hailu Welderufael

INCIDENCE OF STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS RESISTANT TO VANCOMYCIN FROM CLINICAL SAMPLES IN A TERTIARY HEALTH INSTITUTION IN ZARIA, NORTH-WEST, NIGERIA

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Vancomycin remains one of reserved drugs and last option for the treatment of methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus) globally. Little resistance has been reported to date, but generally it is not being actively prescribed in this environment. This study evaluated the possibility of isolating S. aureus with genes encoding resistance to vancomycin in a hospital setting. A total of 177 presumptive S. aureus...

Author(s):Aremu O.K, Onaolapo J.A, Ibrahim Y.K.E, Igwe JC

Characterization of culturable microbial community in oil contaminated soils in Greater Port Harcourt Area, Nigeria

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The study investigated microbial population dynamics in soils of Greater Port Harcourt Area, Nigeria. The study involved the quantification of petroleum pollutants and the enumeration and characterization of culturable fungi and bacteria. Gas Chromatograph FID method was used to quantify total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH) in the soil while morphological and biochemical tests were used to characterize the microorganisms....

Author(s):WANJALA, MP; ODOKUMA, L; ETELA I; RAMKAT, R, BLESSING AO

BACTERIAL BIOFILM IN VETERINARY MEDICINE: MECHANISMS AND ITS CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS

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Bacteria can exist in natural ecosystem in two forms: (1) free-floating ‘planktonic organisms’ and (2) in biofilms which is recently recognized and the predominant form of microbial growth attached to surfaces. Biofilms are clinically important in both human and veterinary medicine, having the ability to form on both medical devices and living tissue. Biofilm formation has many stage of process which is includes:...

Author(s):Umer Seid, Munera Ahmadnur

Polyethylene Degradation by Certain Bacterial and Fungal Isolated from Solid Waste Dump Site

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Soil samples were collected from a dump site, isolations and identification of microorganisms were carried out. Bacteria isolated were Bacillus subtilis, Micrococcus luteus and Clostridium sp. while the fungi isolated were Penicillium sp., Fusarium sambucinum and Aspergillus niger. The ability of the isolates to utilize polyethylene for growth in liquid and solid culture media was investigated. At the end of 5 months, the...

Author(s):DADA S. O., ABORISADE A.T., ADESINA F. P.

Docking Studies of NS5 MTase and RdRp proteins of Dengue virus for the anti-viral drug Development in Saudi Arabia

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Flavivirus has been recently raised to the status of a new family of enveloped RNA viruses, the Flaviviridae. Non-structural protein 5 (NS5) of Dengue virus (DENV) contains N- terminal methyltransferase domain and a C-terminal RNA-dependent RNA polymerase domain. This protein is responsible for viral replication and has become an attractive target for the development of anti-viral therapeutic drugs. Present in-silico study...

Author(s):Afaf, S. Alwabli, Sana Al-Attas, Alawiah M. Alhebshi, Khalid Al-ghmady, Ishtiaq Qadri

Molecular diagnosis of Multidrug-resistant Tuberculosis from culture-positive isolates using line probe assay in North Karnataka

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Background: The control of tuberculosis (TB) has become a global health challenge due to the emergence of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) in Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB). This highlights the need for faster and more accurate detection of tuberculosis cases. Objectives: The study aims to detect MDR-TB strains of pulmonary tuberculosis using resistance ratio method and to compare the diagnostic value of drug...

Author(s):Reshma Bellad, Mahantesh Nagamoti

INTESTINAL HELMINTHIASIS, A SILENT THREAT TO CHILD’S DEVELOPMENT

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Background: Intestinal helminth is a public health problem with high mortality in pre- school and school aged children and affects the overall physiological and mental development of a child. The key objective of this work is to determine the prevalence and intensity of intestinal helminths in primary school pupils. Methodology: Blood and Stool specimens were collected from 557 pupils and were examined for intestinal...

Author(s):Achukwu, Ngozika.Obianuju, Enweani, Ifeoma.Bessy, Aniobi, Charles Emmanuel, Okolie, Anthony Ndubuisi

ANALYSIS OF SCIENTIFIC POOL OF THE NEW CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) LITRATURE

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A brief background: The pandemic for the new coronavirus culminated in a scientific race in search of explanations about viruses, as well as treatment, vaccines, preventive strategies, in order to reduce the health, health and economy impact in the world. Aim: The present study was carried out with the aim of analyzing the world scientific production of COVID-19. Method / Design: This is an exploratory and descriptive...

Author(s):Erika Morganna Neves de Oliveira, Ana Raquel Batista de Carvalho, Joyce Soares e Silva, Antônio Rosa de Sousa Neto, Maria Eliete Batista Moura, Daniela Reis Joaquim de Freitas

Biodegradability of Polystyrene Plastics by bacterial isolates from Plastic Composted waste Soil and Molecular Characterization of Plastic Degrading Bacterial Isolates

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This study examined the biodegradability of polystyrene (PS) plastics. Soil samples were collected from Oluku Community in Egor Local Government Area, Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria. Heterotrophic bacteria were enumerated and screened for PS degradation potential. Plastics degrading potential of the Isolates was determined by Shake Flask method, degradation of PS plastics was determined by analyzing the formulated PS...

Author(s):Ugueri Udochukwu and E. I. Atuanya

Recent trends of MDR, XDR and PDR strains of Escherichia coli in Urinary Tract infection samples

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Escherichia coli (E. coli) are frequent occupant of the animal and human intestine. It also acts as leading pathogen causing Urinary tract infections. We have checked the checked the antibiotic susceptibility of E. coli against different antibiotics by Kirby-Bauer diffusion method. In this study, prevalence of E. coli is 64%. 27(42.18%) samples showed Multi drug resistance (MDR) in this study. 4(6.25%) samples showed...

Author(s):Muhammad Bilal Habib, Noreen Sher Akbar

Inhibitory Activities of Bryophyllumpinnatum leaf extract on Selected Strains of Microorganisms

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BryophyllumpinnatumLam. (Crassulaceae) called ‘Oda-opue’ in Igbo, ‘Eru-odundunin Yoruba and ‘Abomoda’ in Hausa languages are widely used as food and as medicines in traditional medical practice. They are found widely in tropical Africa, America, India and China. This study investigates the inhibitory activities of hydro-ethanolic leaf extract ofB. pinnatumagainst some strains of microorganisms (Staphylococcus...

Author(s):Afees Adebayo Oladejo; Henrientta Aritetsoma Ogbunugafor, Chike Samuel Okafor and Ada Evelyn Kyrian-Ogbonna

Studies on Antiretroviral Treatment Failure among HIV Positive Clients Attending Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital (AKTH), Kano.

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Antiretroviral (ART) treatment failure is a major obstacle in the management of HIV positive clients. This study was carried out to determine the prevalence of ART treatment failure among HIV positive clients attending Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital. The study was conducted by assessing immunological (CD4 cells count) and virological (viral load test) parameters. Of the 120 HIV positive clients tested, 27 (22.5%) had...

Author(s):USMAN DUTSINMA ALIYU, Bello Ahmed Salim

Isolation and identification of nitrite-degrading lactic acid bacteria from traditional Sichuan pickle

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Sichuan traditional pickle is fermented by pickling with aged brine which is used for years even decades. The objective of this study was to isolate and identify autochthonous nitrite-degrading lactic acid bacteria from traditional Sichuan fermented radish. Three lactic acid bacteria strains with high nitrite-degrading ability were screened and identified as Leuoconostoc mesenteroieds (R5) and Weissella sp (R2, R4) by...

Author(s):SHUANGSHUANG GUO, Yan Ge, Anjun Chen

PREVALENCE AND ANTIBIOGRAM OF LISTERIA MONOCYTOGENES IN YOGHURT AND RAW MILK SAMPLES IN ZARIA, KADUNA STATE, NIGERIA

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Listeria monocytogenes is a food borne pathogen frequently associated with the consumption of contaminated food. Severe and life threatening human diseases caused by Listeria monocytogenes has been reported throughout the world. The present study evaluated the prevalence and antibiograms of Listeria monocytogenes isolated from yoghurt and raw milk sample in Zaria, Kaduna State. A total of three hundred and sixteen samples...

Author(s):Veronica C.

Antibiotics Susceptibility Profile and Killing Rate of Cronobacter sakazakii Isolated fro Used, Retail Infant Formulas and Opened-Vended Milk in Nigeria

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Cronobacter sakazakii was isolated from Used and Retail Powdered Infant Formulas (PIF) and Opened-vended Powdered Milk (OVPM) samples using standard methods comprising Enterobacteriaceae Enrichment Broth and HARDYCHROM sakazakii medium. The antibiotics susceptibility results showed that out of the forty-four (44) of the Cronobacter sakazakii isolates tested, 44 (100%) was sensitive to Ciprofloxacin, 27 (61.36%) to...

Author(s):STEPHEN DARE OLONINEFA, Safiya Yahaya Daniyan, Moses Enemaduku Abalaka

Management of Powdery Mildew, Alternaria and Bacterial blight complex of Cluster Bean under Organic Farming System

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Organic farming system emphasis on sustainable development of agriculture, the traditional agriculture system was much akin to the organic system but modernization of agriculture made a shift to this trend. Field experiments were conducted during kharif (Rain fed) 2013 and 2014 to develop a suitable organic module to manage these diseases and improve productivity of cluster bean. The module consisting of soil application...

Author(s):HARSHRAJ KANWAR, Amit Trivedi

Purification of a Saponin with antifungal activity isolated from the seeds of Filicium decipiens plant: Hemolytic inhibition activity by the Lectin PpyLL

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Triterpenoids are a large group of naturally occurring substances in plant kingdon. In this paper was presented a Saponin from Fillicium decipiens seeds purified through a protocol using Ion-exchange coupled-chromatography for protein retention followed by Gel filtration under Sephadex-LH-20, and characterized by HPLC-MS. Saponin was examined for its antifungal properties by sensibility and dilution methods, and submitted...

Author(s):BRANDO-COSTA ROMERO, Ferreira Araújo Vivianne

Multiplex PCR technique for rapid detection of indicator bacteria in drinking water

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Microbial indicators, in particular coliform bacteria including Escherichia coli and Enterococci have been established for detecting fecal contamination in water. These indicators, used to assess the potential public health risk of drinking water and their presence or absence, are key elements of most drinking water quality guidelines. Approved traditional methods for indicator organisms detection include the multiple-tube...

Author(s):El-Sayed Ahmed Kassem A.

DETERMINATION GENOYTYPE D OF HEPATITIS B VIRUSAMONGST PATEINTS IN MOSUL-IRAQ

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Background: Hepatitis means inflammation of liver, caused by several viruses and agents. Hepatitis B virus is one of many types of viruses can infect liver and causes inflammation and in sometimes reaching to cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma. Objectives: the aim of this study is to detect the genotype of hepatitis B virus from patients in Mosul. Methods: We evaluate 25 patients presumably with HBV in acute and...

Author(s):ALI ADEL DAWOOD

SOKOTO ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF BACTERIA ASSOCIATED WITH UROGENITAL TRACTS OF FEMALE PATIENTS ATTENDING SOME SELECTED HOSPITALS WITHIN METROPOLIS

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The research was aimed at Isolation and Identification of Anaerobic and Aerobic bacteria present in theUrogenital tracts of female patients attending Specialist Hospital Sokoto and Maryam Abacha Women and Children Hospital Sokoto. A total of forty (40) samples were collected from 40 female patients. A total of twenty (20) High vagina swab (HVS) samples and twenty(20) urine samples were collected. Bacteria isolated were...

Author(s):SA'ADATU ALIYU SHINKAFI

In vitro antibacterial activity of an endemic plant of south Algeria

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Resistances to current antibacterial drugs are growing global concerns. Traditional medicine is a potential source of new antibacterial. The main purpose of this study firstly, it is to find the chemical compounds in the Citrullus colocynthis Schard fruits leaves and roots , secondly, to evaluate the antibacterial activity of aqueous and hydromethanolic extract of the different parts. Phytochemical screening revealed the...

Author(s):Nora Nahal

Studied on the Antibacterial Potential of Actinomycetes Isolated from the Haridwar Region of Uttarakhand

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In this study, 29 isolates of actinomycetes were isolated from soil samples collected in the area of various localities of Haridwar region. These isolates were tested for their antagonistic properties against test organisms Bacillus subtilis, Micrococcus luteus, Staphylococcus epidermis, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Serratia marcesens, and Escherichia coli. Some of these actinomycetous strains exhibited antimicrobial activity...

Author(s):GARIMA ARYA, Purshotam Kaushik

Distribution Pattern and Molecular Evaluation of Facultative Anaerobic Thermophilic Bacteria in Hot Spring Sehezar, Iran

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Generally, hot areas such as hot springs have high potential for growth of thermophilic bacteria. These bacteria are very useful in various industries in the fields of microbiology and biotechnology. One of the most important and most diverse groups of thermophiles is Bacillaceae family. Many species of this family are Extremophiles. Recently, scientists have found a tendency to study about thermophilic bacteria, thus they...

Author(s):Seyed Davar Siadat

Production of Lovastatin by Monascus purpureus MTCC369 using corn bran under solid state fermentation

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Production of lovastatin was carried out by Monascuspurpureus MTCC 369 using agro-industrial residues likecorn bran as substrate under solid state fermentation. Lovastatin is a potent hypercholesterolemic drug used forlowering blood cholesterol. In recent years, lovastatin has also been reported as a potential therapeutic agent forthe treatment of various types of tumors and also play a tremendous role in the regulation of...

Author(s):PRASANNA LATHA

In Vitro Detection of Antibacterial Activity of Glycyrrhizic Acid Nanoparticle against Multi-Drug Resistant K. pneumoniae with Genotypic Analysis

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Extended-spectrum β-lactamase (ESBL) producing Klebsiella pneumoniae can resist many antibiotic groups as they contain resistant genes responsible for multi-drug resistance. the study aimed to detect and identifying multi-drug resistant (MDR) K. pneumoniae from different clinical samples with detection and sequencing of both TEM and SHV genes, and using Glycyrrhizic acid nanoparticle as a treatment agent for MDR, ESBL...

Author(s):HAMDY AHMED EL-KHATEEB, Mahmoud Abd El-Mongy, Amal Sabry Othman

Microbial analysis of drinking water from rawalakot muncipality of Azad Jammu And Kashmir

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Water has always been an important and life-sustaining drink to humans and is essential for the survival of all organisms. Therefore, a study was carried out to analyze the safety of drinking water. Samples of water will be collected from different sources available in Rawalakot municipality of Azad Jammu and Kashmir and were analyzed for microbiological parameters. Microbiological parameters include total coli forms,...

Author(s):KHAN

Microbiological Safety of Raw Cow Milk across the Milk Supply Chain in Eastern Ethiopia

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This study was conducted to determine the microbiological safety of informally marketed raw cow milk across the milk supply chain in eastern Ethiopia. A total of 360 pooled raw cow milk samples (each with a volume of 450 mL) were collected from the udders and milk handling equipment of producers in rural areas of Babile district; from the equipment of collectors/transporters in Harar and Dire Dawa towns as well as from the...

Author(s):Tadele Amentie

Isolation and Identification of Fungi from soil samples in Amurum Forest Reserve

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The Amurum forest reserve is an area of about 300 hectares that is protected because it houses important bird species. This study was carried out to investigate the fungal diversity in soil samples collected from three Habitat types present in Amurum Forest Reserve. The fungi were isolated using soil plate method, subcultured to obtain pure cultures and maintained on PDA slants. On the basis of cultural and microscopic...

Author(s):Diana Unwana Affiah, Charity Ada Amienyo, and Vou Moses Shutt

Microbiological quality and safety of ready-to-eat foods from restaurants and food establishments in Yirgalem town, Southern Ethiopia

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Foodborne illness is considered as one of the most important public health problems, especially in developing countries like Ethiopia. This study aimed to assess the microbiological quality and safety of ready-to-eat foods in Yirgalem town, Southern Ethiopia, from November 2016 to August 2017. A total of 160 food samples, including 40 'Injera firfir', 40 'Bayeaynet', 40 Vegetables and 40 spaghetti were collected and...

Author(s):Tsegaye Shamebo and Assefa Hamito

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