Jundishapur Journal of Microbiology

  • ISSN: 2008-4161 2008-3645
  • Email: editor@jjmicrobiol.com
  • Journal Type: per-article | Frequency: monthly
  • Language: EN
  • Organization: Jundishapur Journal of Microbiology
Research Article
Wenjuan Zhang, Saijian Ma, Chao An, Wenjiao Xue
Microorganisms represent a potentially valuable source of biologically significant compounds that should be explored for their potential agrochemical use.The compounds ZM-1 and ZM-2 were isolated from the extract of the fermentation broth of Streptomyces parvus 33 by bioassay-guided fractionation.The compound ZM-1 was isolated in the form of ... read more
Research Article
Mahmoud Rahdar, Tahereh Kardooni
Sarcocystis species are obligatory intracellular parasites of many vertebrate hosts. Some pathogen species cause major economic loss and hygienic problems in the animal and human population, respectively.The goal of the current study was conducted to identify Sarcocystis species in meat-producer animals and to evaluate the risk of ... read more
Research Article
Shirin Hasanvand, Hamid Azadegan Qomi, Mohammad Kord, Mojtaba Didehdar
Vulvovaginal candidiasis (VVC) is a common infection, affecting up to 75% of women at least once during their lifetime. In addition, approximately 5% of patients may experience recurrent VVC. Candida albicans is the most common causative agent of VVC. Overall, precise identification of the causative agents of ... read more
Research Article
Ying Ma, Junfeng Ouyang, Na Wei, Shasha Zhang, Xizhu Yan, Hejian Xiong
Microorganisms play important roles in the macrobenthic bioremediation process. At present, studies regarding microeukaryotes in intertidal sediments are not enough, and studies of the microeukaryotic dynamics in the bioremediation process using macrobenthos have received much less attention.This study aimed to reveal the microeukaryotic community structure and dynamics ... read more
Research Article
Juan Hu, Xueshan Xia, Ming Yang, Yuzhu Song, Qinqin Han, Qiang Chen, Jie Zan, Jinyang Zhang
Rabies is a zoonotic infectious disease that infects the human and animal central nervous system. Worldwide, especially in low-income countries, this disease is still a burden for public health. Among the rabies virus proteins, phosphoprotein plays a very important role in viral infection, and this research found ... read more
Research Article
Ali Farhangi, Bahram Goliaei, Kaveh Kavousi, Abbas Ashtari, Mohammad Ali Bayatzadeh, Ali Pourbakhsh
Influenza is a major cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Each year, influenza viruses cause epidemics by evading pre-existing immunity through mutations in major surface glycoprotein hemagglutinin, which helps in attachment of the viral strain on the host cell surface. Due to high mutation rate, only currently ... read more
Brief Report
Xi-Ren Deng, Fu-Cai Wang, Mu-Ying Ying, Jie-Yu Zhang, Ying Ying, Ling-Bing Zeng, Xue-Fei Hu, Ke Wang, Qiong Liu, Xiao-Tian Huang
Infections with 5-Fluorocytosine (5-FC)-resistant Candida albicans isolates in China have rarely been reported in clinical settings. Here, we present two 5-FC-resistant C. albicans (Ca5508 and CaBD4291) strains, separately isolated from two patients in China.The main aim of this study was to characterize the key genetic mutations responsible ... read more
Case Report
Lin Huang, Yan Yan Hu, Rong Zhang
Leukemia patients can easily become hypoimmunity after hemopoietic stem cell transplantation, endogenous infection often happens in these patients. Meanwhile, Klebsiella pneumoniae is often isolated from various specimens in inpatient. It can lead to infections in the whole body, especially in those immunosuppressed patients.A 22-year-old girl with complete ... read more

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