Archives of Microbiology & Immunology

ISSN: 2572-9365
Impact Factor: 1.1
Index Copernicus Value: 74.70
Abstracting and Indexing

Editor In Chief

Masashi Emoto

Professor of Laboratory of Immunology
Department of Laboratory Sciences
Gunma University Graduate School of Health Sciences
Gunma, Japan

Articles in Volume 1 Issue 2

Research Article Open Access Pages: 50 - 57 Ghana
Using Various Serological Markers to Characterize Hepatitis B - Infected Patients Who Visit Clinical Analysis Laboratory, KNUST
Duah AA, Nsiah K, Agyeman-Duah E

Ghana is not an exception from developing countries suffering from hepatitis B infection. Research has shown that various communities have different prevalent rate as result of life style and socioeconomic levels. This study investigated the prevalence of the infectio...Read More

doi: 10.26502/ami.9365007
Research Article Open Access Pages: 58 - 64 Sudan
Sero-Detection of Cytomegalovirus and Rubella Virus IgG Antibodies Among Sudanese Pregnant Women in Khartoum State-Sudan
Ola S. Abdul Jalel, Sara A.Bakhet, Mahmmoud S.Saleh, Mohammed S.Mohammed, Ibrahim T.Ibrahim, Mohamed I. Garbi, and Ali Badri

Background: Cytomegalovirus and Rubella virus are the most common causes of congenital infections, which increase morbidity and mortality at birth and one of the common causes of abortion in developing countries.

Methodolo...Read More

doi: 10.26502/ami.9365008
Review Article Open Access Pages: 65 - 72 Ethiopia
Defective Interfering Particles and Their Role in Disease Progression and Persistence
Alemayehu Reta

Defective interfering particles (DIPs) are products of inner deletion mutants of viruses that reproduce at the disbursement of the parent virus. This review article aimed at reviewing current science on DIPs of their molecular and immunological features, role in disea...Read More

doi: 10.26502/ami.9365009
Research Article Open Access Pages: 73 - 78 Turkey
Investigation of In Vitro Activity of Mecillinam Against Isolates of Enterobacteriaceae
Yeliz Tanriverdi Cayci

Introduction: Mecillinam is an oral antibiotic with excellent clinical efficacy in the treatment of uncomplicated UTIs. It is a betalactam antibiotic and active against Enterobactericeae but has little activity against Gram positive bacteria. In this ...Read More

doi: 10.26502/ami.93650010

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