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  • The effect of acute ophiobolin A treatment on HO-mediated inflammatory processes 

    Posa, Aniko; Szabo, Renata; Szalai, Zita; Kupai, Krisztina; Deim, Zoltan; ... more authors ( SAGE Publications Ltd , 2017 , Article)
    Many microbial and plant-derived metabolites contribute to the production of inflammatory mediators and the expression of pro-inflammatory molecules. Ophiobolin A (OPA) is a fungal secondary metabolite produced by Bipolaris ...
  • Epigenetic and breast cancer therapy: Promising diagnostic and therapeutic applications. 

    Sher, Gulab; Salman, Nadia Aziz; Khan, Abdul Q; Prabhu, Kirti S; Raza, Afsheen; ... more authors ( Elsevier , 2020 , Article Review)
    The global burden of breast cancer (BC) is increasing significantly. This trend is caused by several factors such as late diagnosis, limited treatment options for certain BC subtypes, drug resistance which all lead to poor ...
  • 1H magnetic resonance spectroscopy of 2H-to-1H exchange quantifies the dynamics of cellular metabolism in vivo 

    Rich, Laurie J; Bagga, Puneet; Wilson, Neil E; Schnall, Mitchell D; Detre, John A; ... more authors ( Nature Research , 2020 , Article)
    Quantitative mapping of the in vivo dynamics of cellular metabolism via non-invasive imaging contributes to our understanding of the initiation and progression of diseases associated with dysregulated metabolic processes. ...
  • Genetics of structural and functional brain changes in autism spectrum disorder. 

    Hashem, Sheema; Nisar, Sabah; Bhat, Ajaz A; Yadav, Santosh Kumar; Azeem, Muhammad Waqar; ... more authors ( Springer Nature , 2020 , Article Review)
    Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurological and developmental disorder characterized by social impairment and restricted interactive and communicative behaviors. It may occur as an isolated disorder or in the context ...
  • Single-Voxel H MR spectroscopy of cerebral nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD ) in humans at 7T using a 32-channel volume coil. 

    Bagga, Puneet; Hariharan, Hari; Wilson, Neil E; Beer, Joanne C; Shinohara, Russell T; ... more authors ( Wiley , 2019 , Article)
    Reliable monitoring of tissue nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD ) concentration may provide insights on its roles in normal and pathological aging. In the present study, we report a H MRS pulse sequence for the in ...
  • Brain microstructural changes support cognitive deficits in HIV uninfected children born to HIV infected mothers 

    Santosh K., Yadav; Gupta, Rakesh K.; Hashem, Sheema; Nisar, Sabah; Azeem, Taha; ... more authors ( Elsevier , 2020 , Article)
    IntroductionAntiretroviral therapy (ART) is considered the most effective way to prevent perinatal transmission of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). However, there is little knowledge about the effect of ART on the brain ...
  • Exploring Dysregulated Signaling Pathways in Cancer. 

    Nisar, Sabah; Hashem, Sheema; Yadav, Santosh K; Muralitharan, Sankavi; Therachiyil, Lubna; ... more authors ( Bentham Science Publishers , 2020 , Article Review)
    Cancer cell biology takes advantage of identifying diverse cellular signaling pathways that are disrupted in cancer. Signaling pathways are an important means of communication from the exterior of cell to intracellular ...
  • Claudin-1, A Double-Edged Sword in Cancer. 

    Bhat, Ajaz A; Syed, Najeeb; Therachiyil, Lubna; Nisar, Sabah; Hashem, Sheema; ... more authors ( MDPI , 2020 , Article Review)
    Claudins, a group of membrane proteins involved in the formation of tight junctions, are mainly found in endothelial or epithelial cells. These proteins have attracted much attention in recent years and have been implicated ...
  • Functional In Vivo Imaging of Tumors. 

    Haris, Mohammad; Nisar, Sabah; Hashem, Sheema; Bhat, Ajaz A; Yadav, Santosh; ... more authors ( Springer , 2020 , Book chapter)
    Noninvasive imaging of functional and molecular changes in cancer has become an indispensable tool for studying cancer in vivo. Targeting the functional and molecular changes in cancer imaging provides a platform for the ...
  • Association of genes with phenotype in autism spectrum disorder. 

    Nisar, Sabah; Hashem, Sheema; Bhat, Ajaz A; Syed, Najeeb; Yadav, Santosh; ... more authors ( Impact Journals , 2019 , Article Review)
    Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a genetic heterogeneous neurodevelopmental disorder that is characterized by impairments in social interaction and speech development and is accompanied by stereotypical behaviors such as ...
  • Cadmium Toxicity: Oxidative Stress, Inflammation and Tissue Injury 

    Das, Sandra Concepcion; Al-Naemi, Hamda A. ( Scientific Research Publishing , 2019 , Article Review)
    Cadmium is a known environmental pollutant targeting various organs. Often implicated in cadmium toxicology is the formation of reactive oxygen species, overwhelming the free radical scavenging mechanisms and inducing ...
  • Cadmium-induced endothelial dysfunction mediated by asymmetric dimethylarginine. 

    Al-Naemi, Hamda A; Das, Sandra Concepcion ( Springer , 2020 , Article)
    Cadmium (Cd) is a naturally occurring toxic heavy metal with no known essential biological functions. Exposure to Cd increases the risk of cardiovascular disease by disrupting vascular homeostasis at the endothelium. The ...
  • Genetic and Neuroimaging Approaches to Understanding Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. 

    Nisar, Sabah; Bhat, Ajaz A; Hashem, Sheema; Syed, Najeeb; Yadav, Santosh K; ... more authors ( MDPI , 2020 , Article Review)
    Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a highly disabling condition, increasingly recognized as both a disorder of mental health and social burden, but also as an anxiety disorder characterized by fear, stress, and ...
  • Sugar alcohol provides imaging contrast in cancer detection 

    Bagga P.; Wilson N.; Rich L.; Marincola F.M.; Schnall M.D.; ... more authors ( NLM (Medline) , 2019 , Article)
    Clinical imaging is widely used to detect, characterize and stage cancers in addition to monitoring the therapeutic progress. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) aided by contrast agents utilizes the differential relaxivity ...
  • Role of non-coding RNA networks in leukemia progression, metastasis and drug resistance. 

    Bhat, Ajaz A; Younes, Salma N; Raza, Syed Shadab; Zarif, Lubna; Nisar, Sabah; ... more authors ( BMC , 2020 , Article Review)
    Early-stage detection of leukemia is a critical determinant for successful treatment of the disease and can increase the survival rate of leukemia patients. The factors limiting the current screening approaches to leukemia ...
  • Novel potentials of the DPP-4 inhibitor sitagliptin against ischemia-reperfusion (I/R) injury in rat ex-vivo heart model 

    Al-Awar A.; Alm?si N.; Szab? R.; Takacs I.; Murlasits Z.; ... more authors ( MDPI AG , 2018 , Article)
    Dipeptidyl peptidase-4 (DPP-4) inhibitors are a class of oral anti-diabetic drugs, implicated in pleiotropic secondary cardioprotective effects. The aim of the study was to unveil the unknown and possible cardioprotective ...
  • Gut Microbiota Dysbiosis and Their Impact on Biochemical and Inflammatory Profiles in Cafeteria Diet Fed Sprague Dawley Rats 

    Alasmar, Reem Moath; Varadharajan, Kavitha; Shanmugakonar, Muralitharan; Al-Naemi, Hamda A. ( Scientific Research Publishing , 2019 , Article)
    Gut microbiota plays a major role in regulating the host metabolism and immune system. However, the structure of microbiome population is altered constantly by diverse factors including diet and environment. In particular, ...
  • Gut Microbiota and Health: Understanding the Role of Diet 

    Alasmar, Reem Moath; Varadharajan, Kavitha; Shanmugakonar, Muralitharan; Al-Naemi, Hamda A. ( Scientific Research Publishing , 2019 , Article Review)
    Microbiome now is considered as an organ within our system to regulate metabolism, cellular immune response and eventually maintain the health. Gut microbiota has been studied extensively in the recent past due to the ...
  • Brain Microstructural Changes Support Cognitive Deficits in Normal Children Born to HIVinfected Mothers 

    Santosh Kumar Yadav, Rakesh K Gupta , Sabah N Ahmed , Sheema Hashem , Ajaz A Bhat , Ravindra K Garg , Vimala Venkatesh , Muhammad W Azeem , and Mohammad Haris.; Yadav, Santosh Kumar; Gupta, Rakesh K; Ahmed, Sabah N; Hashem, Sheema; ... more authors (2018 , Conference Proceedings)
    Synopsis In the current study, we evaluated the brain integrity [by mapping the fractional anisotropy (FA) and mean diffusivity (MD)] and neurocognitive performance (NP) in normal children (NCI) born to HIV-infected ...
  • Gut Microbiota Dysbiosis in Cafeteria Diet Fed Sprague Dawley Rats 

    Varadharajan, Kavitha; Shanmugakonar, Muralitharan; Das, Sandra Concepcion; Al-Naemi, Hamda A. ( Scientific Research Publishing , 2018 , Article)
    Diet plays a major role in the body physiology and metabolism. The quantity, nature and stability of the macronutrients present in the diet have a major impact on the composition of gut microbiota. Gut microbiota plays a ...

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