Sulieman M. El Sanousi

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Farcy is an infectious disease commonly affecting cattle in Africa. The original reports (Nocard, 1888) described the organism responsible for the disease as a Noeardia, but Chamoiseau (1974) has classified it as an atypical Mycobacterium. Recently, Kanetsun and Bartoli (1972) demonstrated the value of a simple mycolie acid determination in differentiating(More)
Bovine tuberculosis (BTB) is a widespread zoonosis in developing countries but has received little attention in many sub-Saharan African countries including Sudan and particularly in some parts such as Darfur states. This study aimed to detect bovine tuberculosis among caseous materials of cattle slaughtered in abattoirs in South Darfur State, Sudan by(More)
Staphylococcus aureus ssp anaerobius strain S10 was isolated from an outbreak of sheep abscess disease. Sequence of the catalase gene of this strain showed 99 % identity to the catalase gene (katB) sequence of the reference strain (S. aureus ssp. anaerobius strain MVF213) with mismatching of three base pairs. An important substitution located 1036(More)
Background: Cytomegalovirus infections are endemic worldwide. The most frequently used methods for detecting antibodies in developing world are the enzyme linked immunosorbent assay. The polymerase chain reaction is a molecular biology technique in which the production of large amounts of specific deoxyribonucleic acid fragments is induced from very low(More)
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