Kareem I. Batarseh

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In a previous work, the author has investigated the antimicrobial and cytotoxic properties of tartaric and glutamic acids silver(I) chelates. In a following work, the author has reported on the in vitro cytotoxicity and the mechanism of action of a silver(I) tartaric acid chelate synthesized by the author given the title name Aliargentumycine (AAgM) on(More)
The antimicrobial and chemotherapeutic activities of a silver(I) glutamic acid complex with the synergistic concomitant generation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) were investigated here. The ROS generation system employed was via Fenton chemistry. The antimicrobial and chemotherapeutic activities were investigated on Staphylococcus aureus ATCC 43300 and(More)
The antimicrobial, the in vitro and in vivo antineoplastic activities, mechanism of action, the structural and thermal properties of a pharmaceutically novel and small organometallic silver (I)-tartaric acid complex synthesized by the author given the title name Aliargentumycine or AAgM are reviewed here.
Quantitative analyses were undertaken to obtain a priori information regarding the energy levels of the random-dot display or Moiré patterns as a function of the angle of rotation θ by employing classical Newtonian mechanics. The energy profiles for these patterns were found to be similar for 10°<θ <350° in which the energies exhibited a maxima. For 10°≥ θ(More)
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