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Disease and Molecular Medicine
Periodical of Disease and Molecular Medicine
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ISSN: 2147-6748 (Print)
ISSN: 2147-6748 (Online)
Language: [ English ]  

  » Volume 3, Issue 4
      pp. 35-47
  » Volume 3, Issue 3
      pp. 29-34
  » Volume 3, Issue 2
      pp. 11-28
  » Volume 3, Issue 1
      pp. 1-10

 Dis Mol Med. Year: 2016, Volume: 4, Issue: 1

    Original Research

  1. Prevalence of CTX-M enzyme and qnrA, qnrB, qnrC, qnrS, aac-(6)-Ib genes among ESBL (Extended spectrum beta lactamase)-positive isolates in patients undergoing transrectal needle prostate biopsy in Turkey.
    Elif Tükenmez Tigen, Zafer Tandoğdu, Gülşen Altınkanat, Arzu Doğru, Buket Erturk Sengel, Korten Volkan
    Dis Mol Med. 2016; 4(1): 1-5
    » Abstract » PDF Fulltext» doi: 10.5455/dmm.20160501015830

  2. Case Report

  3. A case considering utilization of potent antiviral agents in a hepatitis B virus-infected patient with high viral load receiving immunosuppressive therapy
    Ergenekon Karagöz, Levent Gorenek, Asim Ulcay, Vedat Turhan, Ali Acar, Hakan Erdem, Oral Oncul
    Dis Mol Med. 2016; 4(1): 6-8
    » Abstract & References » PDF Fulltext» doi: 10.5455/dmm.20160323124934

  4. A rare simultaneous condition: Pulmonary brucellosis in patient with hypogonadotropic hypogonadism
    Seyid Ahmet Ay, Yusuf Hançerli, Secil Deniz, Muzaffer Saglam, Ferhat Deniz, Mustafa Hatipoglu, Veysel Ozalper, Arif Yonem, Asım Ulçay, Kamil Baskoy
    Dis Mol Med. 2016; 4(1): 9-12
    » Abstract & References » PDF Fulltext» doi: 10.5455/dmm.20160323125025





 




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