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Articles by Nejadmoghaddam Mohammad Reza
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  Nejadmoghaddam Mohammad Reza , Modarressi Mohammad Hossein , Babashamsi Mohammad and Chamankhah Mahmood
  Streptokinase is a common fibrinolytic drug and included in the World Health Organization (WHO) Model List of Essential Medicines. Comparative clinical trails such as cost-effectiveness suggest that streptokinase can be the drug of choice for thrombolytic therapy. To reach the highest amount of the protein and production of active form of streptokinase in bacteria need to modify and optimize methods. In the present study, chromosomal DNA was extracted from S. equisimilis H46A and used for amplification of streptokinase gene (skc) (mature section: 1245 bp) by cloning into pGEX-4T-2 vector which contains a tac promoter. The cloning results were controlled by PCR, double digestion and sequencing. The expression level of the protein in different strain of E. coli was optimized and reached up to 50% of the total cell protein. The function of the fusion protein as active fibrinolytic protein was confirmed by plasmin hydrolysis of chromogenic peptidyl anilide substrate assay.
  Soheili Majid , Nejadmoghaddam Mohammad Reza , Babashamsi Mohammad , Ghasemi Jamileh and Jeddi Tehrani Mahmood
  Water supply and Cooling Tower Water (CTW) are among the most common sources of Legionella pneumophila (LP) contamination. A nonradio active method is described to detect LP in industrial CTW samples. DNA was purified and amplified by nested -PCR with amplimers specific for the 16s rRNA gene of LP. The 5 end biotinylated oligomer probe was immobilized on sterptavidin B coated microtiter plates. The nested-PCR product was labeled with digoxigenin and then hybridized with 5-biotinylated probes. The amplification products were detected by using proxidase-labled anti dioxygenin antibody in a colorimetric reaction. The assay detected LP present in 1 L of 5 CTW samples examined. All of the samples were Legionella positive in both culture and PCR-ELISA methods. The PCR-ELISA assay appears to exhibit high specificity and is a more rapid technique in comparison with bacterial culture method. Thus could prove suitable for use in the routine examination of industrial CTW contamination.
 
 
 
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