Month: October 2016

Inhibin A level in the detection of preeclampsia and its severity

    Basima Sh. Alghazali¹     Abstract Preeclampsia (PE), a human-pregnancy-specific disease defined as the occurrence of hypertension and significant protein urea in a previously healthy woman on or after the 20th week of gestation, although its main etiology is still unknown many biochemical markers have been studded one of them is serum inhibin A. […]


Detection of some genes resistance to quinolones in pseudomonas aeruginosa isolated from different clinical sources in Al-Diwaniya

  Zainab Falh Dakhl¹*, Syoof Khowman Alwan    Abstract Pseudomonas aeruginosa is a clinically important pathogen that causes op­portunistic infections and nosocomial outbreaks. Fluoroquinolonesare an important component of antipseudomonal chemotherapy.The major mechanism of resistance of this bacterium to fluoroquinolones is the modification of type II topoisomerases (DNA gyrase and topoisomerase IV). In this study, we examined […]