Enteropathogens Causing Diarrhea in Sudanese Displaced Communities
by Elhag, Wafa Ibrahim
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This book covers the bacterial, viral (rota and adenovirus, parasitic enteropatoens causing acute or chronic diarrhea among residents of two internally displaced persons camps, Khartoum, Sudan. standard microbiological investigations were performed using conventional and molecular methods.furthermore this book gives informations about the susceptibility of different isolated bacteria against wide range of antimicrobial agents.moreover in this book we state the results of molecular characterization of rota virus to know the most prevalent types among displaced communities in Sudan.
Elhag, Wafa Ibrahim
Saeed, Humodi Ahmed
Omer, Elfadhil Elobied
Wafa Ibrahim Elhag:graduated at faculty medical laboratories sciences, (microbiology) university of Khartoum, Sudan (1999). awarded the Ph.D degree in medical microbiology from Sudan university of science and technology, Sudan (2010), Assistant professor in faculty of medical laboratories sciences ( microbiology department)-Al Neelain university.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
February 13, 2013
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.008 m; 0.245 kg