Mohamed Hafeez

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Eimeria (E.) tenella (local isolate) sporozoites were adapted on the chorioallantoic membrane (CAM) of 10-12 days chicken embryos and completed its life cycle in 6-7 days at 39 degrees C and 70 per cent humidity. Only 23 embryos (4.6%) were found dead from 1-4 day post inoculation of sporozoites with mild lesions on CAM with no gametocytes but few(More)
Visceral leishmaniasis (VL) is one of the neglected tropical diseases that require a global policy for integrated control programs. The disease is fatal if untreated, affects ∼500,000 persons/year, and is most prevalent in poor countries. Treatment is expensive and carries a risk of toxicity. Therefore, sensitive and specific diagnosis of VL is crucial to(More)
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