Naveed Ashraf

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Sirtuins are genes implicated in cellular and organismal ageing. Consequently, they are speculated to be involved in diseases of ageing including cancer. Various cancers with widely differing prognosis have been shown to have differing and characteristic expression of these genes; however, the relationship between sirtuin expression and cancer progression(More)
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Back ground: Hemifacial spasm is a syndrome of spontaneous and gradual onset that has its hallmark the intermittent twitching of the muscles of facial expression on one side of the face. Characteristically, a series of twitches, increasing in frequency and intensity are followed by a sustained spasm lasting a few seconds to a few minutes. Hemifacial spasm(More)
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