Y N Mohammad

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The tau mutation is a semi-dominant autosomal mutation which, in homozygotes, accelerates the period of the circadian activity cycle by approximately 4 h. In mammals, the circadian system contributes to seasonal photoperiodic time measurement by generating a repeated daily melatonin signal during the hours of darkness. Our earlier studies suggest an altered(More)
Activation of metabotropic glutamate receptor (mGluR) subtypes can prevent neuronal injury through the signal transduction pathways of nitric oxide (NO). It is this link to NO free radical injury and subsequent DNA damage that is the most intriguing. We therefore examined whether neuronal protection through mGluR activation was dependent on the molecular(More)
Gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) secretion from the hypothalamus is pivotal to the regulation of reproductive physiology in vertebrates. GnRH and the reproductive axis, in general, can be inhibited during periods of stress or injury. Stress, in the form of mechanical, psychological or immunological insult to an organism results in the activation of the(More)
  • Khaksar S M Sadeq, Afshar J Asghar, Nawaser Khaled, Y N Mohammad
  • 2011
Social capital is modern concepts which play more important role than physical and humanistic capital in organizations and societies. The most important element in social capital is a network of relations that is considered as a source of value creator for its people and organization. Several researches have shown that entrepreneurs are encountered with(More)
Corticotropin-releasing factor and urocortin belong to a superfamily of neuropeptides that includes the urotensins-I in fishes and the insect diuretic peptides. Sequence analysis suggests that urocortin is the mammalian ortholog of urotensin-I, although the physiological role for this peptide in mammals is not known. Within the Rodentia, hamsters belong to(More)
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