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Anthelmintic activity of medicinal plants with particular reference to their use in animals in the Indo-Pakistan subcontinent.
Reductions of Vibrio parahaemolyticus in oysters after bacteriophage application during depuration
Inhibitory effect of antioxidant peptides derived from Pinctada fucata protein on ultraviolet-induced photoaging in mice
Bovine pediculosis: prevalence and chemotherapeutic control in Pakistan
Prevalence of lice was higher on cattle than buffaloes than in adult age and lowest in older age in both the species and Ivermectin was more effective insecticide than cypermethrin.
Prevalence of Warble Fly Infestation in Buffalo in Chakwal, Punjab
An epidemiological survey was conducted to find the prevalence of hypodermosis in district Chakwal, Punjab, Pakistan, during the year 2005-2006 and found a prevalence variation among the male and female animals.
Iron, copper and silver nanoparticles: Green synthesis using green and black tea leaves extracts and evaluation of antibacterial, antifungal and aflatoxin B1 adsorption activity
Ascorbic acid augments colony spreading by reducing biofilm formation of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus
- Zulfiqar Ali Mirani, Muhammad Naseem Khan, S. Khan
- Biology, MedicineIranian journal of basic medical sciences
- 1 February 2018
It is concluded that ascorbic acid inhibits biofilm formation, promotes colony spreading and increases agr gene expression in MRSA.
Application of the VPp1 bacteriophage combined with a coupled enzyme system in the rapid detection of Vibrio parahaemolyticus.
Incidence of multidrug resistance and extended-spectrum beta-lactamase expression in community-acquired urinary tract infection among different age groups of patients
- Sakina Fatima, I. Muhammad, Shahnaz Usman, Subia Jamil, Muhammad Naseem Khan, S. Khan
- Medicine, BiologyIndian journal of pharmacology
- 1 March 2018
It was concluded that for effective treatment of UTIs, appropriate screening of ESBL and culture sensitivity must be employed instead of empiric treatment.
Effects of bacteriophage on the quality and shelf life of Paralichthys olivaceus during chilled storage.
- Meng Li, Hong Lin, Muhammad Naseem Khan, Jingxue Wang, L. Kong
- Biology, MedicineJournal of the science of food and agriculture
- 1 June 2014
The bacteriophage Spp001 offered effective biocontrol of S. putrefaciens under chilled conditions, retaining the quality characteristics of spiked fish fillets, and thus could be a potential candidate for use in chilled fish fillet biopreservation.