Tag: Infectious Diseases

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Novel Mucosal Vaccine Adjuvant Candidate
16th Dec 2019
Introduction: Abstract   Adjuvants significantly enhance vaccine efficacy, in part, by targeting, modulating and activating key functions of dendritic cells (DCs). A novel mucosal vaccine adjuvant candidate, 3’...

Analysis and Detection of Metamorphic Viruses
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 Motivation Metamorphic Viruses are very special type of viruses which have ability to reconstruct into entirely new offspring which is completely different than the parent;...

Preventing Dengue Fever in the Mauritius
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: INTRODUCTION Mauritius is a small tropical island located at latitude 20ø 18′ 0 S and longitude 57ø 34′ 60 E. It has a tropical climatic condition. Mauritius has an area of about 2,040 ...

Enhancing HIV/AIDS Policy Interventions
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: Chapter Eight Lessons from lived experiences at a fishing village in Uganda 8.1 Introduction The social groups which have so far proven to be most vulnerable to HIV infection are those which have long...

Haemoglobin-related Diseases Management Strategies
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: Abstract Haemoglobinopathies or inherited disorders of haemoglobin are the most common monogenic disorders in humans. Red cell transfusion is a well accepted therapy for clinical management of the mos...

Disorder Case Study: Acute Viral Gastroenteritis
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: Introduction Acute gastroenteritis, commonly known as infectious diarrhoea, is the inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract, which can result in vomiting, abdominal pain and persistent diarrhoea. ...

Literature Review of Smallpox in India
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: Background Smallpox occurring naturally was eradiated worldwide by 1980, and the last case was identified in 1977.(1) Smallpox is a highly infectious disease which caused by two forms of the virus typ...

Campylobacter Jejuni Ability to Invade Plant Systems
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: INTRODUCTION Among the most common food-borne pathogens affecting the U.S., U.K., and other Western countries, Campylobacter jejuni leads in number of human gastrointestinal illnesses most commonly r...

Preventing Zika Infection in Pregnant Women
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: NEEDS ASSESSMENT A. Introduction to the request and Overall Program Goal Project HOPE, which stands for Health Opportunities for People Everywhere, reflects the goal of the organization clearly in it...