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AJDI - American Journal of Diagnostic Imaging
EJDR - European Journal of Dental Research
EJMID - European Journal of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
EJSRR - European Journal of Scientific Research and Reviews
JBRR - Journal of Biological Research and Reviews
JCRR - Journal of Cancer Research and Reviews
JCSI - Journal of Computer Sciences and Informatics
JERR - Journal of Engineering Research and Reviews
JELM - Journal of Experimental and Laboratory Medicine
JMRR - Journal of Medical Research and Reviews
JPPR - Journal of Pharmacological and Pharmaceutical Research
JPHCM - Journal of Public Health and Community Medicine
JRAFS - Journal of Research in Agriculture and Food Sciences
JRCM - Journal of Research in Complementary Medicine
JRVS - Journal of Research in Veterinary Sciences
JSRR - Journal of Surgical Research and Reviews
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Laboratory Diagnosis of an Aspergillus fumigatus Outbreak with Concurrent Secondary Bacterial Infection in a Poultry Farm in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria

by Asinamai Athliamai Bitrus, Alexandar Ray Jambalang , Oludotun Olubusola Oladele, George Yilzem Gurumyen, Negedu Onogu Ameji, Yemisi Joy Isa,

Journal of Research in Veterinary Sciences. 2024; 3 (1): 22-27 - https://dx.doi.org/10.5455/JRVS.20240508091606

ABSTRACT: Aspergillus fumigatus is recognized as a significant respiratory pathogen in poultry, causing substantial economic losses and severely impacting farmers' livelihoods. This case report details the laboratory diagnosis of a clinical outbreak of Aspergillus fumigatus on a poultry farm in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria. The diagnosis was made using a combination of historical data, clinical signs, postmortem examination, histopathology, microbial culture, and identification. Notable findings included nodular lesions on the lungs and peritoneum, with fungal hyphae embedded within the lung tissue. Microbial culture revealed characteristic macroscopic features of Aspergillus fumigatus and [...]   Read more

Open AccessCase Report

Leigh syndrome: a must-know bilateral symmetrical basal ganglia affection

by Anas Orgi, Youness Et-tahir, Dalal Laoudiyi, Kamilia Chbani, Siham Salam,

American Journal of Diagnostic Imaging. 2024; 10 (2): 50-52 - https://dx.doi.org/10.5455/ajdi.20240218040730

ABSTRACT: Leigh's syndrome also known as subacute necrotizing encephalomyopathy is a rare progressive neurological disease with a reserved prognosis affecting the brainstem and the basal nuclei, the symptomatology of which is revealed in the majority of cases during the first two years of life. In this article we report the case of an 4 years old child referred to our center following a consultation for delayed psychomotor acquisitions with axial hypotonia and elevated lactate levels. Brain MRI showed a characteristic appearance of this syndrome. This clinical case reports the MRI aspect of [...]   Read more

Open AccessResearch Article

The use of Aerococcus viridans 4448 and Limosilactobacillus fermentum SCB0035 for the fermentation of millet flour and its effect on the nutritional and mineral composition

by Alloysius Chibuike Ogodo, Samuel Ashu Ishaya, Chrinius Hammuel

Journal of Research in Agriculture and Food Sciences. 2024; 1 (2): 53-62 - https://dx.doi.org/10.5455/JRAFS.20240508035402

ABSTRACT: Aim: This study aims to evaluate the effect of lactic acid bacteria (LAB) fermentation on the nutritional and mineral composition of millet flour. Methods: Millet was processed into flour, then fermented spontaneously and with Aerococcus viridans 4448 and Limosilactobacillus fermentum SCB0035 combined in a co-culture for 72 h. 250g of the flour was mixed with sterile distilled water in a ratio of 1:2w/v. Exactly 0.02% of sodium metabisulphite was added to the mixture to suppress the growth of contaminating organisms before the addition of the starter culture. The setup for spontaneous [...]   Read more

Open AccessShort Communication

Haematological and serum biochemical analysis of Bengal tigers from Arignar Anna Zoological Park (AAZP), Chennai, India

by Sandhya Parvathinathan, Madeswaran Rengarasu, Gabriel Paulraj Michael, Udhayan Arumugam, Ganesan Manikka Govindan, Kanchana Rangasamy, Manimozhi Arulmani, Vasanthakumari Dhayanithi,

Journal of Research in Veterinary Sciences. 2024; 3 (1): 9-15 - https://dx.doi.org/10.5455/JRVS.20240428045114

ABSTRACT: Aim: The study was undertaken to monitor the health of captive Royal Bengal tigers, Panthera tigris tigris, in Arignar Anna Zoological Park in Tamil Nadu, India through haematological and serum biochemical analysis. Methods: The study was conducted between November 2022 and July 2023. Blood samples were collected from tail vein (Dorsal coccygeal vein) or the medial saphenous vein of nine tigers during regular vaccination. Haematological and serum biochemical parameters were analyzed using ‘Mindray’ (Model: BC-2800 vet.) and IDEXX Catalyst One, respectively. Results: Most of the haematological parameters were within the [...]   Read more

Open AccessResearch Article

Investigation of Anti-Angiogenic and Cytotoxic Properties of Carissa Carandas Linn. Extracts Using In Vivo and In Vitro Assays

by Rutuja Sanjay Desai, Sameer Jahangeer Nadaf, Ashwini Ramakrishana Gawade, Ashwin Bhanudas Kuchekar

Journal of Cancer Research and Reviews. 2024; 1 (1): 30-39 - https://dx.doi.org/10.5455/JCRR.20240512042153

ABSTRACT: Aim: The study aims to evaluate the anti-angiogenic and cytotoxic properties of Carissa carandas Linn., a medicinal plant traditionally used in India for various ailments. Method: The plant's leaf extracts were prepared using methanol and n-hexane solvents and subjected to phytochemical analysis, revealing the presence of compounds like tannins, triterpenoids, and flavonoids. The antioxidant potential of the extracts was assessed, with the fruit extract showing remarkable scavenging activity against free radicals. The anti-angiogenic activity was examined using the Chorioallantoic Membrane (CAM) assay. Cytotoxicity was determined through the Brine Shrimp Lethality [...]   Read more

Open AccessResearch Article

Occurrence of Clinical Osteodystrophia fibrosa in Horses in Kaduna State, Nigeria

by Rukaya Altine Nasiru, Sna Saidu, Kadima Kwem Bakau, Phillip Wayuta Mshelia, Richard Edeh, Kelvin Olutimilehin Jolayemi,

Journal of Research in Veterinary Sciences. 2024; 3 (1): 1-8 - https://dx.doi.org/10.5455/JRVS.20240501010505

ABSTRACT: Aim: Osteodystrophia fibrosa is known as nutritional secondary hyperparathyroidism which is considered a rare disease. This study aimed to determine the occurrence, serum biochemical, levels of calcium and phosphorus in the faeces, and phytate-oxalate levels in feeds. The clinical features along with the clinical parameters of the horses were evaluated. Methods: Blood samples were collected for serum biochemical analysis and parathyroid hormone levels were evaluated using standard procedures. Results: The clinical features of Osteodystrophia fibrosa observed were enlarged facial bone, poor body condition score, and lameness with an occurrence of [...]   Read more

Open AccessReview Article

Genus Burkholderia: A Double-Edged Sword with Widespread Implications for Human Health, Agriculture, and the Environment

by Mostafa Eissa,

Journal of Biological Research and Reviews. 2024; 1 (2): 79-96 - https://dx.doi.org/10.5455/JBRR.20240516055714

ABSTRACT: This review explores the paradox of Burkholderia species, a bacterium capable of both beneficial and harmful actions. Genus Burkholderia is a Gram-negative, rod-shaped, motile bacterium with remarkable genetic diversity. It can thrive in diverse environments and exchange genes with other bacteria through horizontal gene transfer. The ambivalence of Burkholderia lies in its potential to act as both a plant pathogen and an opportunistic human pathogen. Early isolations linked it to urinary tract infections and meningitis. However, its true threat emerged for individuals with cystic fibrosis and chronic granulomatous disease, [...]   Read more

Open AccessReview Article

The Gut Microbiome: a Potential Therapeutic Path in Complementary Medicine

by Mostafa Eissa,

Journal of Research in Complementary Medicine. 2024; 1 (2): 55-72 - https://dx.doi.org/10.5455/JRCM.20240509063048

ABSTRACT: The human gut, teeming with trillions of bacteria in a dynamic ecosystem called the microbiome, significantly impacts human health. This intricate community of microbes influences digestion, immunity, metabolism, and even mental well-being. This review explores the exciting possibility of utilizing the gut microbiome to develop new treatments (translational medicine). How these gut bacteria contribute to various bodily functions, including digestion, immune regulation, metabolic control and the connection between the gut and the brain are topics that could be investigated. Emerging evidence suggests an imbalanced gut microbiome might be linked to [...]   Read more

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by Nazeef Idris Usman, Umar Ahmed Faruk, Mahmud Iliyasu, Muazzam Muazu Wali, Amina Kobbe,

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Cardioprotective effects of Musanga cecropioides Welw. Ex Benth extracts on isoproterenol-induced acute myocardial infarction in Wistar rats.

by Abiodun Afolabi Lawal, Lateef Ariyo Adeniran, Gbenga Michael Oladele, Olatunde Peter Ajagbonna

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Block Cipher Algorithms for Data Security in Cloud: A Review

by Ragini Kumari,

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Climate Change and its Impact on Animal Health: Adapting and Mitigating the Risks

by Mostafa Eissa

European Journal of Scientific Research and Reviews. 2024; 1 (1): 20-42

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Immobilization and biochemical characterization of purified L-Asparaginase produced by Brevibacillus borstelensis ML12

by Rupkatha Mukherjee, Debabrata Bera,

European Journal of Scientific Research and Reviews. 2024; 1 (1): 69-79

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A Review of the Foundations, Developments and Prospects of Image Inpainting Based on Deep Learning

by Li Chen, Yong Huah Chan

European Journal of Scientific Research and Reviews. 2024; 1 (1): 43-68