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Almuthanna Journal of Pure Science (MJPS)

مجلة المثنى للعلوم الصرفة

ISSN: 22263284
Publisher: Al-Muthanna University
Faculty: Science
Language: Arabic and English

This journal is Open Access

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Refereed Scientific Journal Published by
College of Science , AL-Muthanna University
Date od first issue (September 2012)
No. of issue per year(2)

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Table of content: 2017 volume:4 issue:2

Article
Detection of SCN1A Gene Polymorphisms in Epilepsy Children

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Febrile seizure is a common convulsions occur in children from 5 months to 6 years of age whose suffering from high temperature. A total of 50 children with febrile seizures and 50 normal control are included in this study. RFLP used to identify the A/G polymorphisms of the SCN1A gene on chromosome 2q24. Results showed that the genotype proportions and allele frequencies for SCN1A c.3184 A/G in both groups are not significantly. Proportions of A homozygote, A/G heterozygote, and G homozygote for SCN1A c.3184 A/G were as follows: in patients with FSs, 20%, 50%, and 30%, respectively compared to controls (24%, 62%, and 14%, respectively). The allele A and G frequencies for SCN1A c.3184 A/G in patients with FSs was 45% and 55% respectively compared to control group. The frequency of AG genotype of SCN1A c.3184 A/G polymorphism was non-significant in FSs compared to control group. There was increased in glucose, phosphorus levels and decrease in sodium, chloride levels. The results do not suggest that SCN1A p. Thr 1067 Ala or c.3184A/G (rs2298771) are susceptibility factors for febrile seizures and the fever plays an important role in causing disturbances in electrolyte balance.


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Evaluation of Some Methods for Estimating the Weibull Distribution Parameters

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This paper some of different methods to estimate the parameters of the 2-Paramaters Weibull distribution such as (Maximum likelihood Estimation, Moments, Least Squares, Term Omission). Mean square error will be considered to compare methods fits in case to select the best one. There by simulation will be implemented to generate different random sample of the 2-parameters Weibull distribution, those contain (n=10, 50, 100, 200) iteration each 1000 times.


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On Lyapunov- Schmidt Reduction to Reduce Differential Algebraic Equation

Authors: Eman A. Mansour
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In this paper , we transformation singularity differential – Algebraic equation to an ordinary differential equations by use Lyapunov– Schmidt reduction and constructing Lyapunov functions depending on Reiss and Geiss method.


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Faces Tracking from Multi-Surveillance Camera (FTMSC)

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The development of a robust and integrated multi-camera surveillance device is an important requirement to ensure public safety and security. Being able to re-identify and track one or more targets in different scenes with surveillance cameras. That remains an important and difficult problem due to clogging, significant change of views, and lighting across cameras. In this paper, traditional surveillance systems developed and supported by intelligent techniques. That system have ability to performance the parallel processing of all cameras to track peoples in the different scenes (places). In addition, show information about authorized people appearing on surveillance cameras and issue a warning whistle to alert security men if any unauthorized person appears. We used Viola and Jones approach to detected face, and then classifying the target face as one of the authorized faces or not by using Local Binary Patterns (LBP).


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Immunological Diagnosis for Trichomonasis in Women in Al-Muthanna Province

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This study was carried out in Al-Muthanna province during the period from October 2015 till April 2016 to detect Trichomonas vaginalis. A total of (220) blood and vaginal swab were taken from women aged between (20-45) Years. And it examined by Microscope examination and ELISA assays. The results were divided based on age, a number of children, the residence area, education level, take contraceptives and repeat secretions .the result of the present study showed that the higher percentage of T. vaginalis infection in age group (20-25) which was36.23% while the lower percentage in age group (41-45) which was10.87% , A number of children the higher percentage in number of (3) children were (24.64%) while the lower percentage were in number of five children were (13.04%) , the residence area the higher percentage of infection in rural regions than urban regions were 77.54 % and 22.46 % respectively, The present study showed that the highest percentage in not to use contraceptive while the lowest percentage was in use contraceptive which was 85.51%,14.49% respectively, The present study showed that the highest percentage was in Unenlightened women while the lowest percentage was in Educated women at a rate was 73.19% ,26.81 %, respectively, The present study showed that the highest percentage was in repeat of the secretion while the lowest was in none of repeat of the secretion at a rate was 92.75% ,7.25% respectively. The control samples were diagnosed in the ELISA technique and no parasitic infection was recorded for all indicater.

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