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Articles by G. Haruna
Total Records ( 2 ) for G. Haruna
  M.Y. Sugun , G. Haruna , E.O. Irokanulo , A. Zakari and N.M. Useh
  Six batches of blackleg vaccines produced at the National Veterinary Research Institute (NVRI), Vom, Nigeria were stored at different temperatures for varying durations in amber and transparent bottles and pH values were observed to be lowered (in the transparent bottles), even at the recommended shelf life of the vaccines. Since the use of transparent bottles for packaging blackleg vaccines was accompanied by a drastic change in pH compared to amber coloured bottles, it is suggested that the use of transparent bottles to package the vaccines should be discouraged. Also, prior to bottling, it is suggested that the pH should be adjusted to 7.7-8.0, to modulate any pH drops that may occur subsequently, during storage.
  A.A. Masdooq , A.E. Salihu , A. Muazu , A.K. Habu , J. Ngbede , G. Haruna , M.Y. Sugun and U.A. Turaki
  In this study, lung samples of chickens slaugtered at abattoir in Jos South, Nigeria were tested for the presence of Pasteurella multocida and other aerobic bacteria. The identity of P. multocida was proved by mouse pathogenicity test. A total of 3000 chickens were examined at post-mortem and 500 samples with pneumonia were collected. All lungs and heart blood from 15 different commercially reared chicken flocks showed respiratory disorders. Blood agar supplemented with 10% sheep blood was used for isolation of the agents. About 32 (6.5%) P. multocida were isolated and identified. In addition, mouse pathogenicity test was carried out on P. multocida suspected isolates. About 12 (75%) of Isolates were all positive. This study showed that P. multocida is not the most prevalent bacterial infection among chicken population in Jos south.
 
 
 
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