Ali Asghar

Ali Asghar
Sunway University · Department of Biological Sciences

Doctor of Philosophy in Biology

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Introduction
I have pursued my PhD at Department of Biological Sciences, Sunway University Malaysia. My research is focused on the discovery of novel antibacterial agents from unexplored natural sources in the field of microbiology, immunology and Molecular biology.
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March 2018 - March 2021
sunway university malaysia
Position
  • Fellow
Education
March 2018 - March 2021
SUNWAY UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA
Field of study
  • BIOLOGY

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Publications (12)
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The experiment was conducted to study the phylogenetic relationship among four cultivated Vigna species, including Vigna radiata, Vigna mungo, Vigna aconitifolia and Vigna unguiculata, using the germplasm from National Genebank of Pakistan. Seed of 15 accessions of each species was taken from Genebank of Plant Genetic Resources Institute, NARC, Isl...
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The emergence and spread of antimicrobial resistance have been of serious concern to human health and the management of bacterial infectious diseases. Effective treatment of these diseases requires the development of novel therapeutics, preferably free of side effects. In this regard, natural products are frequently conceived to be potential altern...
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With a continuous threat of antimicrobial resistance on human health worldwide, efforts for new alternatives are ongoing for the management of bacterial infectious diseases. Natural products of land and sea, being conceived to be having fewer side effects, pose themselves as a welcome relief. In this respect, we have taken a scaffolded approach to...
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Celtis is grown for various uses like fodder, fuel, timber and other uses in or around agricultural fields in rainfed agriculture. It play a vital role in socioeconomic structure of hill people by supplying highly palatable, nutritious and tannin-free green fodder particularly during the period of scarcity of green fodder to livestock. This stud...
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The emergence and spread of antimicrobial resistance have been of serious concern on human health and the management of bacterial infectious diseases. Effective treatment of these diseases requires the development of novel therapeutics, preferably free of side effects. In this regard, natural products are frequently conceived to be potential altern...
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The experiment was conducted to study the phylogenetic relationship among four cultivated Vigna species, including Vigna radiata, Vigna mungo, Vigna aconitifolia and Vigna unguiculata, using the germplasm from National Genebank of Pakistan. Seed of 15 accessions of each species was taken from Genebank of Plant Genetic Resources Institute, NARC, Isl...
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In Pakistan one of the main causes of the low production of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) is lack of proper fertilizer management especially of mineral nutrients which plays crucial role in growth and yield of bean. Foliar feeding of mineral nutrients may be used as a supplement for obtaining higher yield. Experiment was conducted to investig...
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The aim of our research was to investigate the hidden antimicrobial potential of Rhizopus stolonifer against some selected fungal and bacterial pathogenic strains. The research work was done in the laboratory of Agricultural Chemistry, Department of Agricultural Chemistry, Agriculture University Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan during the mon...
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The present article is comprised of morphology and anatomy of the some selected xerophytes (monocot) of district Karak. 5 monocot plant species belonging to 3 families,were collected during the survey. Morphologically, the characters of leaves, stems, roots, fruits and seeds were observed. The family Poaceae was dominant followed by the Polygonacea...
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The aim of our research was to investigate the hidden antimicrobial potential of Rhizopus stolonifer against some selected fungal and bacterial pathogenic strains. The research work was done in the laboratory Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan during the month of May 2013. The agar well diffusion method was used. The extracts in Acetonitrile and n-hexane were u...
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The present article is comprised of morphology and anatomy of the some selected xerophytes (monocot) of district Karak. 5 monocot plant species belonging to 3 families,were collected during the survey. Morphologically, the characters of leaves, stems, roots, fruits and seeds were observed. The family Poaceae was dominant followed by the Polygonacea...
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The residents of Lower Dir and Malakand agency, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, use the dry powder of whole plant of Pentanema vestitum for the treatment of asthma and diabetes. No documented reports are available about the therapeutic action of Pentanema vestitum. The present study was aimed to explore the antihyperglycemic effect of 70% methanol ex...

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Question
i need some research papers ,
i am doing phd and my research topic is ''
Unraveling Essential Determinants of Bacterial Multidrug
Resistance through Natural products from Land and Sea";
so please if someone have ?

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Unraveling Essential Determinants of Bacterial Multidrug Resistance through Natural products from Land and Sea