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Production practices and its association to Escherichia coli 0157:H7 contamination of Kangkong from selected markets in Negros Oriental.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-SU-16072511110280
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Mc Kenzie Karol Bagayas, Shean Kyle Canaveral, Angel Marie Gubac, Samantha Ann Salva, Sheldon Dale Teves
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This study was conducted to determine whether or not there is an association between the presences of E. coli 0157:H7 in the kangkong's surface as well as its tissues and the presence  of E. coli in the soil and irrigation water. Kangkong samples . . .
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Detection of pathogenic bacteria from faucet handles of "Kamayan" food establishments in Dumaguete City.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-SU-1607221127176
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Mary Joe L. Bacus, Selina B. Carriaga, Shedale A. Corro, France Ariene L. Quines
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The main goal of this study was to determine the presence of pathogenic bacteria on faucet handles of food establishments.  This was accomplished through the use of standard isolation techniques to identify the pathogenic bacteria present.  The data collection proce . . .
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Effectiveness of progressive strengthening exercises of the upper extremity in increasing grip strength for better muscular endurance among shipyard workers.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-SU-16071810024245
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Charlemagne Jude G. Asdillo, Lea S. Luistro, Lynshay Anne L. Macias, Kristine Joy  G. Mongcopa, Rex Ellyson E. Sorronda, Rojan Miguel P. Te, Diane Grace D. Uy Matiao, Alexander II R. Vidal II
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Conditioning among shipyard workers presents a very timely exercise in the nature of their daily work. We deem it fitting to provide them with exercises that could improve their strength and endurance for a better performance. The objective of this study is to evaluate the effect of stren . . .
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The Risk of bacterial exposure from Internet Café usage.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-SU-1607121015447
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Alyssa Camille  C. Ablaza, Thea Kristelle  V. Alonzo, Jera Kathleen R. Aranas, Julie S. Awa, Katrina Claire D. Drilon, Lyndell Jet L. Humangit, Mary Elizabeth Joy V. Ozoa
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The purpose of this study was to determine the risk of bacterial exposure from Internet café usage through the isolation and identification of different pathogenic bacteria that can be found on the keyboard and mouse of the computers in each Internet café situated w . . .
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Effect of starvation on the anticoagulant activity of freshwater leeches.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-SU-16071110333143
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Rae Madeline T. Baguio, Danaleau S. Baldono, Ezra Risheen D. Calunod, Roanne L. Estoconing, Karen Kate S. Winiger
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The saliva of the leeches contains components that inhibit coagulation.  The main objective of this research is to find out if starving the leeches would affect its anticoagulant activity in its saliva.  The hypothesis of this research discusses that starving the le . . .
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The Viability of Lactobacillus casei in probiotic drink after eight hours storage at variuos temperatures.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-SU-16070816173210
Author(s)
Leo Justin Cahanap, Jona Claire Castañeda, Bernalou Damaso, Mary Ruth Risma, Basil Valencia
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Probiotic drinks nowadays are sold in different supermarkets and convenience stores due to its good benefits to the human body.  These contain bacteria that have known ability to improve and promote digestion as well as control diarrhea.  In this study, the research . . .
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The Safety of Shawarma and Tempura sauces sold in the streets of Dumaguete City.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-SU-16070814300897
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Jeremiah B. Andaya, Genesis Adrianne V. Ege, Stella Marie N. Jao, Maria Katrina  C. Mercado, Phyllis  A. Micubo, Bahja L. Roasol, Princess V. Simbajon, Giselle Marie B. Villanueva
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Street foods can be seen and perceived in different views by different people.  It may be considered a problem; it may also be a challenge; and to most people, an opportunity.  The problem is the control and maintenance of the quality of the foods that are sold.  T . . .
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Antibacterial property of different antibacterial-labeled dishwashing liquids against the most common bacteria isolated from dishwashing sponges.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-SU-16070810172353
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Kristine Jane Agason, Iris Mae Alabado, Gianne Rizia Amiscaray, Jennifer Cris Ballenger, Charmaine Bautista, Hazel Frans Delmo, Ron Bryan Faburada, Katrina Dawn Hernandez
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The study sought to identify the top two most common gram negative food-borne bacteria that are usually found in kitchen sponges and to detect the ability of 3 brands of dishwashing to inhibit the growth of the isolated organism.  This research investigation was cond . . .
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Antimicrobial effect of oregano (Coleus ambonicus) extracts against Staphylococcus aureus.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-SU-16070414544629
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Jannine Ang Gobonseng, Leslie Ann L. Gapasin, Ryan Victor R. Gomez, Elica  B. Narciso, Denica Iris Tan Yu, Abigail F. Teves, Julia Christine V. Zamar
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Extracted oil of oregano has been shown by other researchers to inhibit  the growth of S. aureus, the bacteria responsible for respiratory and other common infections.  This particular study was aimed at determining the antimicrobial effect of oregano extr . . .
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Antimicrobial activity of the aqueous extracts of Aglaophenia cupressina against Escherichia coli.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-SU-16070115345155
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Ethan M. Cueco, Mikhail Aleksandri M. Labuntog, Sylvie L. Lazalita, Ann Christine Y. Marquita, Ryan A. Omoso, Leo Teophane B. Sinco, Jessica Maria V. Soler, Diane Anne P. Yap
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The Escherichia coli, a gram-negative rod microorganism, is the common cause of numerous bacterial infections known to human beings.  Some of these serious infections include cholangitis, bacteremia, urinary tract infections, cholecystitis, and including ot . . .
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