Mohammed B A Bhuiyan

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Disulfide-rich peptide toxins found in the secretions of venomous organisms such as snakes, spiders, scorpions, leeches, and marine snails are highly efficient and effective tools for novel therapeutic drug development. Venom peptide toxins have been used extensively to characterize ion channels in the nervous system and platelet aggregation in haemostatic(More)
BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES Chronic pressure ulcers affect patient health, emotional state, and quality of life, causing considerable morbidity and mortality in addition to contributing to significant health care costs from lengthy hospitalizations to advanced home care and surgical care costs. The conventional treatment of these wounds can be slow due to their(More)
3-[18F]fluoro-4-aminopyridine, [18F]3F4AP, is a radiofluorinated analog of the FDA-approved drug for multiple sclerosis 4-aminopyridine (4AP). This compound is currently under investigation as a PET tracer for demyelination. We recently described a novel chemical reaction to produce metafluorinated pyridines consisting of direct fluorination of a pyridine(More)
Pyrethrum (Tanacetum cinerariifolium) is commercially cultivated in Australia for the production of pyrethrins. Ray blight caused by Stagonosporopsis tanaceti is considered a major limiting factor for pyrethrum production. Histopathology of infected pyrethrum plants identified the importance of crown infection where the infection hyphae were confined to the(More)
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The infection process and life cycle of S. tanaceti in leaf lamina of pyrethrum plants was investigated using histopathology. Conidia attached firmly to the leaf surface before the infection hyphae penetrated directly into the epidermal cells of the leaf without forming appressoria. The maximum germination of conidia on leaf surface was 85 % at 54 HAI.(More)
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