Special Bacterial Pathogens Journal [SBPJ], Uganda

Special Bacterial Pathogens Journal page [SBPJ]


SBPJ Volume 1 Number 1, Human Diseases

Alkali B, Ismaila AB, Muhindo J.
Validation of antibacterial and aphrodisiac activities of Fodogia agrestis in Kano state, Nigeria. Special Bacterial Pathogens Journal (SBPJ) 2015; Vol 1, No 1: p 00023-0026
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Ikheloa J, Inyang NJ, Adelekun A. Agwu E
Molecular analysis of methicillin resistance and beta-lactamase production by clinical isolates of Staphylococcus aureus in Ekpoma, Edo State Nigeria. Special Bacterials Pathogens Journal (SBPJ) 2015; Vol 1, No 1: p 00016-0022                                                                                                      
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Maniga N J, Mogaka G, Nyambane L and Eilu E                                      
Prevalence and susceptibility pattern of bacterial urinary tract infections among pregnant HIV positive women in Gucha sub county, Kenya (SBPJ) 2015; Vol 1, No 1: p 0010 – 0015    
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Odoki M, Bazira J, Moazam ML and Agwu E                               
Health-point survey of bacteria urinary tract infections among suspected diabetic patients attending clinics in Bushenyi district of Uganda (SBPJ) 2015; Vol 1, No 1: p 0005 – 0009         
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Ihongbe JC, Moazzam ML, Pazos V and Agwu E   
Non-target oral bacterial resistance to Cotrimoxazole in   HIV/AIDS patients living in South Western Uganda. (SBPJ) 2015; Vol 1, No 1: p 0001 – 0004;                
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Special Bacterial pathogens Journal SBPJ will accept for consideration previously unpublished and original articles about diagnosis, prevention, management and control of diseases associated with the following microorganisms hereafter called special pathogens which includes but not limited to: Legionella, Rickettsia, Acinetobacter, Chlamydia, Vibrio, Non-tuberculosis Mycobacteria and Non-Typhoidal Salmonella and all bacteria involved in human, animal and plant diseases not easily detected or commonly misdiagnosed during routine investigation. They are special because they are neglected, emerging, re-emerging, non-responsive or refractile to conventional treatment, prevention and control; endemic to particular population, location. If authors can prove that a normal floral has played a special role in causing a disease process, then such paper may be considered for publication in Special Viral Pathogens Journal (SBPJ).