Ahmad Raza Khan

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Diffusion magnetic resonance imaging (d-MRI) is a powerful non-invasive and non-destructive technique for characterizing brain tissue on the microscopic scale. However, the lack of validation of d-MRI by independent experimental means poses an obstacle to accurate interpretation of data acquired using this method. Recently, structure tensor analysis has(More)
The nuclear arsenal and the use of nuclear technologies have enhanced the likelihood of whole-body/partial-body radiation exposure. The central nervous system is highly susceptible to even low doses of radiation. With the aim of detecting and monitoring the pathologic changes of radiation-induced damage in brain parenchyma, we used serial diffusion tensor(More)
As the world is changing, the new technologies are getting born to interact with the current environment. Most of the students today have a social presence over the social networking sites. The student use these social sites to chat and keep their information updated. The usage of social networking sites among the teaching family has become common, the(More)
Os complexos de vanádio(IV) e (V) com tartarato formados em solução e as suas possíveis interconversões foram estudados utilizando-se técnicas espectroscópicas e eletroquímicas. A investigação foi feita através de espectroscopia de NMR de V combinada com H, de NMR de C e espectroscopia de EPR. Como técnicas electroquímicas utilizaram-se a polagrografia e a(More)
PURPOSE Radiation exposure induces change in many biological compounds. It is important to assess the physiological and biochemical response to an absorbed dose of ionising radiation due to intentional or accidental event and to predict medical consequences for medical management. In the present study, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy-based(More)
Depression is one of the leading causes of disability worldwide. Immense heterogeneity in symptoms of depression causes difficulty in diagnosis, and to date, there are no established biomarkers or imaging methods to examine depression. Unpredictable chronic mild stress (CMS) induced anhedonia is considered to be a realistic model of depression in studies of(More)
Understanding early differential response of brain during whole body radiation or cranial radiation exposure is of significant importance for better injury management during accidental or intentional exposure to ionizing radiation. We investigated the early microstructural and metabolic profiles using in vivo diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) and proton(More)
Radiation accidents are rare events that induce radiation syndrome, a complex pathology which is difficult to treat. In medical management of radiation victims, life threatening damage to different physiological systems should be taken into consideration. The present study was proposed to identify metabolic and physiological perturbations in biofluids of(More)
This data article describes a large, high resolution diffusion MRI data set from fixed rat brain acquired at high field strength. The rat brain samples consist of 21 adult rat brain hemispheres from animals exposed to chronic mild stress (anhedonic and resilient) and controls. Histology from amygdala of the same brain hemispheres is also included with three(More)
White matter tract integrity (WMTI) can characterize brain microstructure in areas with highly aligned fiber bundles. Several WMTI biomarkers have now been validated against microscopy and provided promising results in studies of brain development and aging, as well as in a number of brain disorders. Currently, WMTI is mostly used in dedicated animal(More)