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Dr. Salwa Bdour

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Theses/Dissertations Supervision: The prevalence of adhesion (icaA, can, fnb, and fib) and toxin genes (tst, eta, and etb) in Jordanian clinical and nasal isolates of Staphylococcus aureus

Title

The prevalence of adhesion (icaA, can, fnb, and fib) and toxin genes (tst, eta, and etb) in Jordanian clinical and nasal isolates of Staphylococcus aureus

Supervisor/s

Mahasneh, A. and Bdour, S.

Student Name

Ala’ Bawadee

Specialization

Life Sciences

Level

M.Sc

Year

2002/2003

Published or not?

 

Publisher / Journal

Jordan Journal of Biological Sciences. 2(2): 97-102 (2009)

Published or not

Yes

Attachments

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