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Articles by Nima Hosseini Jazani
Total Records ( 2 ) for Nima Hosseini Jazani
  Nima Hosseini Jazani , Mir Davood Omrani , Zahra Sabahi , Masumeh Mosavi and Minoo Zartoshti
  The aim of the present study was to compare the antibacterial susceptibility patterns with the presence of plasmids in Klebsiella isolates. Thirty nine isolates were collected from urine specimens submitted to two educational hospitals in Urmia/Iran. The susceptibility patterns were determined against antibiotics, Plasmids were extracted by alkaline lysis method, electrophoresed and investigated by a UV transilluminator. Single digestion of plasmids with EcoRI and HincII were performed and the restriction patterns were compared using a DNA ladder. The rates of resistance were determined to antibiotics as follows: gentamicin 46.1%, tobramycin 48.7%, ceftizoxime 41%, co-trimoxazole 46.1%, amikacin 33.3%, cephtazidime 51.3%, ciprofloxacin 30.8%, kanamycin 53.8%, nalidixic acid 30.8% ampicillin 79.5% and Nitrofurantoin 41%. 25.6% of isolates harbored plasmids. Restriction enzyme analysis of plasmids showed unique pattern for all of plasmid positive isolates. There was a meaningful correlation between the presence of plasmid in isolates and resistance to the tested antibiotics. The absence of plasmids from the majority of isolates showed low typeability power of this technique, so using of other molecular typing techniques in companion with plasmid profiling and restriction enzyme analysis suggested for further studies.
  Nima Hosseini Jazani , Minoo Zartoshti , Shahram Shahabi , Zahra Yekta and Shahin Nateghi
  The aim of this study is the evaluation of the synergistic effect of sub-MIC doses of ciprofloxacin with water soluble green tea extract against urinary tract isolates of E. coli. A total of 18 isolates were collected from urine specimens submitted to a clinical diagnostic Laboratory in Urmia, Iran. The amounts of MIC and MBC for green tea water extract, ciprofloxacin or a mixture of green tea with sub-MIC doses of ciprofloxacin were determined and three groups were compared. The Synergism between ciprofloxacin and water soluble green tea extracts were seen for 93.7% (15 of 16 tested) of bacterial isolates. This study suggests that combination of water soluble green tea extracts and ciprofloxacin has in vitro synergistic effect on urinary tract isolated E. coli.
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