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A master’s thesis examines the effect of nanoparticles against pathogenic bacteria in diabetic foot patients

A master’s thesis in the Department of Biology investigated the
anticancer and antimicrobial activity of nanoparticles against some
pathogenic bacteria isolated from diabetic foot infection.
The thesis submitted by the student, Surur Muhammad Hadi, under the
supervision of Prof. Dr. Nofal Hussein Khudair, aimed to bio-
manufacture nanomaterials and test their efficiency against pathogenic
microorganisms isolated from diabetic foot injuries and diagnose them
using the nucleic acid nitrogen bases sequencing technique.
The thesis reached the manufacture of selenium nanoparticles using
beneficial bacteria (biostimulants), and the diagnosis of their important
biological and medical efficacy in eliminating antibiotic-resistant
pathogenic bacteria and inhibiting their efficiency to form biofilm, noting
that they did not show toxicity based on biological tests.

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