A Study of the Symbiotic Relationship between Prausnitzn Faecalibacterum and Other Colon Species

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Amani Rasheed Mustafa

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This study was conducted in Diyala province – Baqubah City in the period between 1/3/2018 to 1/9/2018. It is regarded as the first study in Iraq that includes detection of the symbiotic relationship between beneficial bacteria Faecalibacterum Prausnitzii and between other bacterial species present in the colon. All bacterial species of mucous lining of the colon were isolated by endoscopy and stool analysis. The study included (100) sample (50) of them were in the form of colon tissue biopsy taken from inpatients and outpatients aging from (18-80) years in Baqubah teaching hospital, section of internal medicine. endoscopy department. The other (50) sample were taken from the stool samples taken from inpatients and outpatients aging from (18-80) years in Baqubah teaching hospital, in Baqubah sity. After planting the samples in specialized milieu like (Nutrant Broth, Blood agar, Infusion agar, Maconk agar Brain & Heart ycFA). When examining the extracts using microscope, it was found that the Faecalibacterum Prausnitzii in question cohabits with other types of bacteria like Escherichia coli, proteus and sulfur reducing bacteria SRB, which appeared in the patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease IBD.  As for the bacteria in question, it scattered most of the time and dominant in healthy people.

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Amani Rasheed Mustafa. (2021). A Study of the Symbiotic Relationship between Prausnitzn Faecalibacterum and Other Colon Species. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 25(7), 727–739. Retrieved from https://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/10104
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