H. Kasiri

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Hepatitis C virus has substantial heterogeneity of genotypes throughout the world. The aim of this study was to determine the frequency of HCV genotypes, risk factors and clinical implications in cases of hemodialysis living in Tehran. A total of 155 patients treated by hemodialysis, who had been identified to be anti-HCV positive at 45 medical centers in(More)
Chronic gastritis is defined as the presence of chronic mucosal inflammatory changes leading eventually to mucosal atrophy and epithelial metaplasia. It is notable for distinct causal subgroups and for patterns of histological alterations that vary in different parts of the world. By far the most important aetiological association is chronic infection by(More)
A flowable concentrate formulation of Bacillus thuringiensis (H-14) [Bactimos FC (1000 ITU/mg)] was evaluated for the control of mosquito larvae in simulated ponds and natural breeding sites in Kazeroun (Fars Province), southern Iran. A comparison was made with Abate emulsifiable concentrate. Bactimos FC caused 93-96% anopheline and 97% culicine larval(More)
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