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Background. Canine babesiosis is a clinically important hemoprotozoan parasite affecting dogs. The goal of this present study was to determine the clinical symptoms and to establish its hematological and microscopic detection and compare it with the PCR findings attained from dogs infected with Babesia canis vogeli. Methodology/Principal Findings. 13-PCR(More)
Canine babesiosis is a tick-borne disease caused by haemoprotozoan parasites, until recently, only Babesia canis was detected in Egypt. Although canine babesiosis is a widespread disease; few papers have discussed the serum biochemical alterations associated with this disease. Semi-nested PCR-confirmed B. canis vogeli sera were used to study the serum(More)
OBJECTIVE HPV can infect cells of epithelial origin and is closely associated with carcinomas. Studies investigating its presence in salivary gland neoplasms are few and conflicting. METHODS Detection of HPV types 16 & 18 was done on 34 formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded archival material of different salivary gland neoplasms using Digene HPV types 16 & 18(More)
In this paper, we propose a thermal image based measurement technique for the volumetric flow rate of a liquid inside a thin tube. Our technique makes use of the convection heat transfer dependency between the flow rate and the temperature of the flowing liquid along the tube. The proposed method can be applied to diagnose superficial venous disease(More)
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