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Articles by Sarah Abusalab
Total Records ( 2 ) for Sarah Abusalab
  M.M. Omer , Sarah Abusalab , M.M. Gumaa , S.A. Mulla , H.M. Osman , Y.A. Sabiel and A.M. Ahmed
  In this study, Staphylococcus aureus was isolated from a draught horse presented to Kassala Veterinary Research Laboratory (KVRL) for investigation and diagnosis. The affected animal was previously treated with Gentamycin and Tetracycline before submitted to this laboratory, but the animal was not cure. Thereafter, the animal was attended to the laboratory; it was suffering from inguinal abscess and some clinical signs. Clinical and laboratory examinations were carried out however, the animal was suddenly fallen and died immediately. Then post-mortem, bacteriological and histopathological examinations were done. S. aureus was isolated as pure culture from the lungs and peritoneum of the necropsied animal. This isolate showed highly sensitivity to Erythromycin and Clindamycin and it was resistant to Penicillin, Cloxacillin, Cefotaxime, Co-Trimoxazole, Cephalexin and Tetracycline. It was concluded from this study, the shock resulted from S. aureus was the causative agent of the death in this case.
  Sarah Abusalab , Muna O. Elhaj , Layla I. Mohamed , Nayla T. Mekki and Abbas M. Ahmed
  The present study was carried out on the two local Sudanese Pasteurella multocida strain B and E which cause Hemorrhagic Septicemia (HS) disease in the Sudan and used for the production of the vaccine against this disease. This study was done to test the cross reaction between the two strains. The study showed that there was a cross reaction between the two strains in the rabbit sera when tested by ELISA. The active cross protection test in rabbits showed that vaccine of strain E protected 50% of the rabbits against challenge with strain B, while the vaccine of B could not protect the rabbits against the challenge with strain E 0%. Each vaccine of B and E could protect the rabbits 100% against the challenge with the same strain (homologously).
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