Journal of Drug Resistant Pathogen Research

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Drug Resistant Pathogen Research-Medical Microbiology-Rand Hafidh


Department of Medical Microbiology,
College of Medicine-Baghdad University.

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Rand Hafidh


Department of Medical Microbiology,
College of Medicine-Baghdad University,
P.O. Box 61023,
Postal Code 12114,
Baghdad - Iraq.

Research Interests:

  • Medical Microbiology
  • Medical Biotechnology
  • Tissue Culture



  1. Novel antiviral activity of mung bean sprouts against respiratory syncytial virus and herpes simplex virus -1: An in vitro study on virally infected Vero and MRC-5 cell lines.
  2. Novel anticancer activity and anticancer mechanisms of Brassica oleracea L. var. capitata f. rubra.
  3. Novel molecular, cytotoxical, and immunological study on promising and selective anticancer activity of Mung bean sprouts.
  4. Inhibition of Growth of Highly Resistant Bacterial and Fungal Pathogens by a Natural Product.
  5. Cladosporium spp. as a causative agent of white superficial onychomycosis.
  6. Asia is the Mine of Natural Antiviral Products for Public Health.
  7. Severity of asthma: The role of CD25+, CD30+, NF-κB, and apoptotic markers.
  8. Tumor markers of bladder cancer: The schistosomal bladder tumors versus non-schistosomal bladder tumors.
  9. Molecular detection, quantification, and isolation of Streptococcus gallolyticus bacteria colonizing colorectal tumors: Inflammation-driven potential of carcinogenesis via IL-1, COX-2, and IL-8.
  10. The association of Streptococcus bovis/gallolyticus with colorectal tumors: The nature and the underlying mechanisms of its etiological role.