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Articles by A.R. Karami
Total Records ( 3 ) for A.R. Karami
  M.H. Movassagh Ghazani , A.R. Karami , J. Dolgharisharf , M. Khajeh and K. Najafian
  The microbiological safety of raw milk in Tabriz city was determined. A total of 45 raw cow milk samples were collected at Ilkhichi Milk Collection Center from the Tabriz suburbs dairy farms. Samples were analyzed for Total Plate Count (TPC). The mean counts per ml for TPC was (1.360.28) 106.
  M.H. Movassagh Ghazani , A.R. Karami , J. Dolgharisharf , M. Khajeh and K. Najafian
  This study is a clinical case report of Cheyletiella infestation on a white terrier dog born and raised in Tabriz, Iran. The dog was referred to small animal clinic of Islamic Azad University, Tabriz Branch. In clinical examination of a 2 years old female Terrier, multiple white dandruff-like flakes were seen on the hair coat, especially over the neck. The dog was in good physical condition except the coat appeared to be somewhat dry. Microscopic examination of a skin by tape impression method revealed an infestation of Cheyletiella yasguri.
  M.H. Movassagh Ghazani , A.R. Karami and J. Dolgharisharaf
  Biofilms have been of considerable interest in the context of food hygiene. Of special significance is the ability of microorganisms to attach and grow on food and food-contact surfaces under favourable conditions. Biofilms are found ubiquitously in virtually all natural, medical and industrial settings where bacteria exist. Biofilm formation by Escherichia coli O111 on locally made cement surfaces was studied. For this study, 12 concrete chips were used. E. coli strain was added to the beakers with TSB and the samples. E. coli O111 formed biofilm with a mean cell density of 5.14±0.21 log CFU cm2 on cement surface. Based on the results, it can be concluded that Escherichia coli O111 can survive on cement surfaces. This is the first report, as far as we are aware, of biofilm formation by Escherichia coli O111 on cement surfaces. We were unable to find reports in our search of the literature.
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