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Beyond sequencing: re-visiting annotations for PJL as a test case.

Waqasuddin Khan, Aisha Ghani, Muhammad Bilal Azmi, Safina Abdul Razzak,

OBJECTIVES:Current developments in sequencing techniques have enabled rapid and high-throughput generation of sequence data. However, there is a growing gap between the generation of raw sequencing data and the extraction of meaningful biological information. Variant annotation is a crucial step in the analysis of genome sequencing data. Incorrect or incomplete ... Read more >>

BMC Res Notes (BMC research notes)
[2019, 12(1):467]

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Vitamin D and bone metabolism in breast cancer patients in Karachi, Pakistan.

Shamsa Kanwal Udani, Shamim Akhtar Qureshi, Tooba Lateef, Lena Jafri, Muhammad Umer Naeem Effendi, Ahmed Raheem, Muhammad Bilal Azmi, Sumera Rais, Musarrat Jahan, Hina Akram Mudassir, Bushra Akram, Mohammad Alvi, Shaista Khan, Farooq Ghani,

Breast cancer is one of the common types of malignancy worldwide and in Pakistan. The heterogeneous disease itself and its complex treatment leads to various bone-affecting complications that make breast cancer patients more vulnerable to bone fractures. Vitamin D deficiency among these women worsens the condition and promotes breast cancer ... Read more >>

Pak J Pharm Sci (Pakistan journal of pharmaceutical sciences)
[2019, 32(2 (Supplementary)):875-880]

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Risk assessment of insulin resistance with anthropometric measures in non-diabetic heart failure patients: A gender based case-control investigation at tertiary care hospitals of Karachi, Pakistan.

Muhammad Bilal Azmi, Muhammad Ahsan, Syed Danish Haseen Ahmed, Hina Akram Mudassir, Fauzia Imtiaz,

To assess the risk of anthropometric measures and serum markers of insulin resistance in non-diabetic heart failure (NDHF) patients and the difference among male and female subjects. 53 males, 27 females NDHF patients were enrolled and 80 healthy subjects were matched as control. Anthropometric measures, fasting blood glucose level (FBGL) ... Read more >>

Pak J Pharm Sci (Pakistan journal of pharmaceutical sciences)
[2019, 32(1(Supplementary)):255-260]

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Presence of gallic acid and rutin improve the hepatoprotective strength of Withania coagulans.

Shamim Akhtar Qureshi, Musarrat Jahan, Tooba Lateef, Dildar Ahmed, Sumera Rais, Muhammad Bilal Azmi,

Carbon tetrachloride (CCl4) is one of the chemicals used in industry reported to accelerate the risk of liver diseases in workers especially in developing countries, if it is not handled carefully. Therefore, the present study conducted to evaluate the liver protective and oxidative stress reducing activities of methanolic (MFEt) and ... Read more >>

Pak J Pharm Sci (Pakistan journal of pharmaceutical sciences)
[2019, 32(1(Supplementary)):301-308]

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Homeostasis model assessment of insulin resistance in non-diabetic heart failure patients: A case-control investigation at tertiary care Hospitals of Karachi.

Muhammad Ahsan, Muhammad Bilal Azmi, Syed Danish Haseen Ahmed, Sadia Ikhlaque Sheikh, Hina Akram Mudassir, Tehseen Iqbal, Fauzia Imtiaz,

eart failure is a progressive, chronic disorder. Insulin resistance (IR) has been more and more involved as a preliminary metabolic perturbance predisposing to hyperglycemia, hyperlipidemia and atherosclerosis with others heart diseases. To investigate the relation of insulin resistance (IR) in non-diabetic heart failure patients this case-control study was carried out ... Read more >>

Pak J Pharm Sci (Pakistan journal of pharmaceutical sciences)
[2018, 31(2(Suppl.)):719-725]

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Ethanolic seeds extract of Centratherum anthelminticum reduces oxidative stress in type 2 diabetes.

Hina Akram Mudassir, Shamim Akhter Qureshi, Muhammad Bilal Azmi, Muhammad Ahsan,

This work was accomplished to assess the in-vitro antiglycation and antioxidant activities of ethanolic seeds extract of Centratherum anthelminticum (CSEt), followed by its in-vivo examination in type 2 diabetes. Overnight fasted rabbits were divided into control and diabetic groups. Rabbits in diabetic group were fed with 35% fructose solution to ... Read more >>

Pak J Pharm Sci (Pakistan journal of pharmaceutical sciences)
[2018, 31(3(Supplementary)):991-995]

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Hypoglycemic and hypolipidemic activities of crude seeds of Centratherum anthelminticum in healthy volunteers and type 2 diabetic patients.

Hina Akram Mudassir, Shamim Akhter Qureshi, Muhammad Bilal Azmi, Muhammad Ahsan, Musab Kamran, Sakina Jafar,

This study first time reports the hypoglycaemic activity of crude seeds powder (CSP) of Centratherum anthelminticum in healthy and type 2 diabetic volunteers. In addition, hypolipidemic effect of same CSP was also determined in healthy volunteers. Healthy individuals were divided into control and two test groups T1 and T2 treated ... Read more >>

Pak J Pharm Sci (Pakistan journal of pharmaceutical sciences)
[2018, 31(3(Supplementary)):1061-1065]

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Ameliorative effect of hydro-methanolic extract from roots of Rauwolfia serpentina on some biochemical parameters of type 1 diabetic mice.

Muhammad Bilal Azmi, Shamim A Qureshi, Syed Danish Haseen Ahmed, Hina Akram Mudassir, Fauzia Imtiaz, Sumera Rais, Auwais Ahmed Khan, Muhammad Ahsan,

Present work seeks to investigate the biochemical parameters in terms of hypoglycemic and hypolipidemic effects of hydro-methanolic roots extract (HyMREt) of Rauwolfia serpentina in type 1 (alloxan induced) diabetic mice. Animals were divided into seven groups, four control groups, and three were test groups (HyMREt at 50, 100, & 150mg/kg). ... Read more >>

Pak J Pharm Sci (Pakistan journal of pharmaceutical sciences)
[2018, 31(2(Suppl.)):663-668]

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Rauwolfia serpentina improves altered glucose and lipid homeostasis in fructose-induced type 2 diabetic mice.

Muhammad Bilal Azmi, Shamim A Qureshi,

Rauwolfia serpentina is well-reported in traditional medicines for the treatment of hypertensive and neurological disorders. However, its antidiabetic potential has been currently described in both alloxan-treated and normoglycemic mice. Present effort was carried out to investigate the effect of methanol root extract (MREt) of R.serpentina in fructose-induced type 2 diabetic ... Read more >>

Pak J Pharm Sci (Pakistan journal of pharmaceutical sciences)
[2016, 29(5):1619-1624]

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Methanolic Root Extract of Rauwolfia serpentina Benth Improves the Glycemic, Antiatherogenic, and Cardioprotective Indices in Alloxan-Induced Diabetic Mice.

Muhammad Bilal Azmi, Shamim A Qureshi,

The aim of the study was to evaluate the phytochemistry and the effect of methanolic root extract (MREt) of Rauwolfia serpentina on alloxan-induced diabetic Wister male mice. Mice were divided in control (distilled water at 1 mL/kg) and alloxan-induced diabetic mice which subdivided into diabetic (distilled water at 1 mL/kg), negative (0.05% ... Read more >>

(Advances in pharmacological sciences)
[2012, 2012:376429]

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