Hi, I am Hussein H. Abulreesh, My LiveDNA is 966.1517
Dr. Hussein H. Abulreesh
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Microbiology from University of Hull, England, UK
Institute: Umm Al-Qura University, Saudi Arabia
Area of Interest: Molecular Sciences
  •   Microbiology
  •   Bacteriology
  •   Enzymology
  •   Epidemiology
URL: http://livedna.org/966.1517
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Abulreesh, H.H., 2011. Free living rock pigeon (Columba livia) as an environmental reservoir of enteric bacterial pathogens resistant to antimicrobial drugs in Saudi Arabia. Curr. Res. Bacteriol., 4: 28-33.
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2:   Abulreesh, H.H., R. Goulder and G.W. Scott, 2007. Wild birds and human pathogens in the context of ringing and migration. Ring. Migrat., 33: 193-200.
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3:   Abulreesh, H.H., T.A. Paget and R. Goulder, 2004. Waterfowl and the bacteriological quality of amenity ponds. J. Water Health 2: 183-189.
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4:   Abulreesh, H.H., T.A. Paget and R. Goulder, 2005. Recovery of thermophilic campylobacters from pond water and sediment and the problem of interference by background bacteria in enrichment culture. Water Res., 39: 2877-2882.
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5:   Abulreesh, H.H., T.A. Paget and R. Goulder, 2005. Waterfowl and human-pathogenic bacteria at amenity sites: A review. Proceedings of the 3rd World Waterfowl, November 3-7, 2005, Guangzhou, China, pp: 356-362.
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6:   Abulreesh, H.H., T.A. Paget and R. Goulder, 2006. Campylobacter in waterfowl and aquatic environments: Incidence and methods of detection. Environ. Sci. Tech., 40: 7122-7131.
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7:   Abulreesh, H.H., T.A. Paget and R. Goulder, 2010. Exploration of the Waterfowl-Environment-Campylobacter Nexus at Amenity Ponds. In: Water Microbiology: Types, Analysis and Disease-Causing Microorganisms, Lutsenko, A. and V. Palahniuk (Eds.). Nova Science Publishers, USA., pp: 315-320.
8:   Ramadani, A.S. and H.H. Abulreesh, 2011. Isolation and identification of yeast flora in a local kombucha sample: Al Nabtah. J. Applied Sci., 2: 42-51.