Haleema Sadia

Haleema Sadia
International Islamic University, Islamabad | IIUI · Department of Law

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Several robot-mediated therapies have been implemented for diagnosis and improvement of communication skills in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The proposed research uses an existing model i.e., Multi-robot-mediated Intervention System (MRIS) in combination with Hidden Markov Model (HMM) to develop an infrastructure for categorizing the sev...
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Migraine is a re-occurring type of headache and causes moderate-to-severe pain that is troubling or pulsing. The pain occurs in half of the head, and common symptoms are photophobia, phonophobia, nausea, depression, anxiety, vomiting, etc. This study evaluates the prevalence of migraine and responsible genes through molecular modeling in the region...
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Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) affects a variety of social skills in children. One of the most important social skills that are affected by ASD is the ability to pay attention; ASD introduces unnecessary temporal delays in the attentional behavior of children toward external stimuli. This research focuses on identifying the effect of different soci...
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Autonomous replication and segregation of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) creates the potential for evolutionary conflict driven by emergence of haplotypes under positive selection for ‘selfish’ traits, such as replicative advantage. However, few cases of this phenomenon arising within natural populations have been described. Here, we survey the frequenc...
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This research article presents a preliminary longitudinal study to check the improvement in multi-human communication of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) using a standardized multirobot therapy. The research is based on a 3 step framework: 1) Human-Human Interaction, Stage-1 (HHIS1), 2) Human-Robot Interaction, Stage-2 (HRI-S2), and 3)...
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Globally, the number of disasters have increased during the last couple of decades. However, the common approach to disaster management is often limited to reactive mode. Only recently, research studies were initiated to understand the nature of disasters better and identify appropriate interventions and risks reduction approaches. But limited numb...
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Recent research has shown reliability in robotic therapies for improvement in core impairments of autism. To improve the efficiency of communication using robots, this study evaluates the effectiveness of three different stimuli in a robotic intervention for children with autism spectrum disorder. Three different reinforcement stimuli presented in...
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The present study is focused on the detailed foliar epidermal anatomy of some selected wild edible fruits (WEFs) from Pakistan using light microscopy (LM) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). The studied species are Ficus racemosa L., Solanum nigrum L., Capparis spinosa L., Physalis divaricata D.Don, Rosa moschata Herrm. and Ribes orientale Desf...
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Objective:-Deficient data exist of triple infection so that purpose of study was to assess and weighted of Hepatitis B virus (HBV) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in mycobacterium tuberculosis patients of different ages and groups in District Muzaffar garh Pakistan. Methodology:-Cohort and cross sectional study 534 blood samples randomly sel...
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The focus of this research is to study: 1) the distribution of joint attention of autistic (ASD) children in their left and right visual space, 2) the corresponding dominance of either left or right hemisphere of brain using electroencephalography (EEG), and 3) the relationship between the dominance of visual space and hemisphere of brain. The prop...
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p21 is a cyclin dependent kinase inhibitor, that plays an important role in cell growth, differentiation and apoptosis. The aim of present study was to analyze the mutation and expression of tumor suppressor gene (p21) in canine tumors. A total of 26 tumors (mammary tumors and mast cell tumors) and normal samples from different breed of dogs were a...
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The canine transmissible venereal tumor (CTVT) is a cancer lineage that arose several millennia ago and survives by “metastasizing” between hosts through cell transfer. The somatic mutations in this cancer record its phylogeography and evolutionary history. We constructed a time-resolved phylogeny from 546 CTVT exomes and describe the lineage’s wor...
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The present study was conducted during March to December 2017 in districts Bannu and Karak, to investigate the epidemiology of microcephalic patients. Total of 7 families with 29 affected individuals were studied. Among these one family was recorded from district Bannu and 6 were from district Karak. Affected male and female individuals were 18 (62...
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Anxiety is an emotive state considered by anxiety and fear subsequent from the expectation of a threatening occurrence. The occurrence of preoperative anxiety levels from 11% to 80% in mature patients and also differs among various surgical categories. The purpose of current study was to investigate the preoperative anxiety level among patients und...
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The extensive use of antibiotics has led to drug-resistant bacteria, which is a major public health issue worldwide. Silver nano-particles have been recognized as efficient broad-spectrum antimicrobial agent. It uses mushroom glucans as reducing and capping agent to reduce its toxicity. In the present work, we performed the characterization of gluc...
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Robot-mediated therapies for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) have shown promising results in the past. We have proposed a novel mathematical model based on an adaptive multi-robot therapy of ASD children focusing on two main impairments in autism 1) Joint attention and 2) Imitation. Joint attention intervention is based on three different least-to-m...
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Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy (HDP) are major health burdens in obstetric population and almost 12-22% pregnancies are affected by HDP in the world. In patients with HDP, liver and renal functions abnormality can negatively affect both maternal and fetal health. The present study was performed to compare changes of liver and renal functions i...
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Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy (HDP) are major health burdens in obstetric population and almost 12-22% pregnancies are affected by HDP in the world. In patients with HDP, liver and renal functions abnormality can negatively affect both maternal and fetal health. The present study was performed to compare changes of liver and renal functions i...
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Consanguinity has highly complex and multifaceted aspects with sociocultural as well as biological debates on its pros and cons. The biological upshot of consanguinity includes the increased homozygosity, which results in manifold increased risk of genetic disorders at family and population levels. On the other hand, in addition to social, cultural...
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Bioinformatics, a multidisciplinary field works in collaboration with biological sciences for analysis, prediction and storage of biological data in form of databases. In innovative world of scientific technology, Pakistan is playing its crucial role in development of new era of e-science.
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The two antagonists for interleukin-1 (IL-1) system are IL-1α, and IL-1β. IL-1 receptor antagonist (IL-1RA) is another naturally occurring non-competitive antagonist. All three antagonists are bound to two receptors that are IL-R1 and IL-1R2. IL-1 is a well-studied pro-inflammatory cytokine that is involved in chronic inflammatory diseases such as...
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Anxiety is an emotive state considered by anxiety and fear subsequent from the expectation of a threatening occurrence. The occurrence of preoperative anxiety levels from 11% to 80% in mature patients and also differs among various surgical categories. The purpose of current study was to investigate the preoperative anxiety level among patients und...
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This paper aims to analyse and understand the models of policy implementation in Indonesian state universities during the ongoing process of market-driven reforms and how academics respond to these models. The research undertaken was in the form of qualitative study using semi-structured interviews as instruments to collect data. Interviews were co...
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In the past few decades, tissue engineering has been seen unprecedented escalation driving the field of artificial tissue and organ construct and brought metamorphosis in regenerative medicine. Prime advancement has been attained through the expansion of novel biomanufacturing approaches to devise and convene cells in three dimensions to fabricate...
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In the past few decades, tissue engineering has been seen unprecedented escalation driving the field of artificial tissue and organ construct and brought metamorphosis in regenerative medicine. Prime advancement has been attained through the expansion of novel biomanufacturing approaches to devise and convene cells in three dimensions to fabricate...
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Edible mushrooms can be straightly valid to daily life for their biological and pharmacological potentials. The present study was conducted to evaluate the antioxidant, antimicrobial, neutraceutical activities of extracts of four Pleurotus spps. to find out the biological and pharmacological potentials of given mushrooms. The extraction was perform...
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Background/aim: Genetic variation, an authentic tool of individual discrimination, is being used for forensic investigations worldwide. A missing result for even one out of 13-17 markers leads to an inconclusive report. Additional reliable markers are required to compensate such deficiencies. The SE33 locus has high genetic variability in different...
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Background: Many health hazardous diseases are caused by clinical pathogens. Drug-resistant microbes are one of the major health problems in the world. To overcome the effect of infectious diseases new antimicrobial agent from nature has been explored which is environmentally friendly, less costly and more effective for the development of next-gen...
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Infectious diseases are caused by etiological agents. Nanotechnology has been used to minimise the effect of clinical pathogens which have resistance to antibiotics. In current research synthesis, characterisation and biological activities of green synthesised nanoparticles using Artemisia vulgaris extract have been done. The characterisation of Ag...
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Newcastle disease (ND) is one of the most significant OIE listed disease that causes a huge economic losses in the poultry sector worldwide. ND is endemic in Pakistan and continues outbreaks have been reported in vaccinated and non-vaccinated birds. Sequence analysis revealed several amino acids substitutions at the functional domains of fusion (F)...
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Surgical Site Infection (SSI) is a one of the most common healthcare-associated infection which has a great impact on patient safety. Knowledge and practices of nurses play a key role for the prevention of spread of infection. To provide quality of care, it is very important for nurses to have good knowledge and practice towards prevention of SSI....
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The United Nations proclaimed the 1990s as the International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction (IDNDR). Since then the scientific community has undertaken significant research linked to disaster management, primarily focusing on geophysical hazards, risks, vulnerabilities, and early warning systems. However, limited research is available regard...
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Pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ) acting as redox cofactor of Glucose dehydrogenase is orthocyclic antioxidant acting under multifarious environmental stress and rich conditions in prokaryotes as well as eukaryotes. Microbes are the exclusive source of PQQ biosynthesis and for biocatalysis of glucose into gluconic acid and 2-ketogluconic acid by gram...
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This paper communicates the exploring of the dragonfly fauna collected from Tehsil Takhti Nusrati District Karak Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. A survey was conducted over a period of one year. A total 733 specimens of dragonfly were collected from various sampling sites of Tehsil Takhti Nusrati. These sampling sites were Takhti Nusrati, Zarki Nasra...
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This paper communicates the exploring of the dragonfly fauna collected from Tehsil Takhti Nusrati District Karak Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. A survey was conducted over a period of one year. A total 733 specimens of dragonfly were collected from various sampling sites of Tehsil Takhti Nusrati. These sampling sites were Takhti Nusrati, Zarki Nasra...
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A study was carried out on Chambai dam fishes locally named Rohu, Silver carp and Catla (Labeorohita, Hypophthalmichthys molitrix, Catla catla). During the month of May 2016 to September 2016. 50 Fishes per species sample were collected from Chambai dam district Karak, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Length weight relationship shows a wide variation in results...
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In Khyber Agency fish ponds were constructed under a Developmental scheme “Promotion of Farm Fisheries in Khyber Agency” under the supervision of the Directorate of Fisheries FATA during 2003 to 2009. The purpose of this study is to highlight a significant difference between water and soil level (Land Topography) before construction and between wat...
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Multi-touch technology has shown a rapid rise in popularity over the last few years, being implemented in many devices from interactive walls to interactive tables and from mobile phones to desktop monitors. It has provided users with an extremely intuitive means of interaction with electronic devices through gesture based self-sensing control. The...
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Disasters are not discriminatory but affect every one of us irrespective of our age, gender, religion or any other determinant. However, women tend to feel the greater brunt of disaster consequences. It is a need of the day to examine why women are more vulnerable and at a great risk during disasters. In this regard, we conducted this study to asse...
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Diabetes mellitus is a complicated disease related to the metabolic processes .It mostly effect the major organs like liver, kidneys, heart and eyes. It increase day by day due to obesity,aging and physical inactivity. Synthetic drug have many sideeffect as compared with herbal medicine which is mostly use because of less side effect,not expensive...
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Canine transmissible venereal tumour (CTVT) is a clonally transmissible cancer that originated approximately 11,000 years ago and affects dogs worldwide. Despite the clonal origin of the CTVT nuclear genome, CTVT mitochondrial genomes (mtDNAs) have been acquired by periodic capture from transient hosts. We sequenced 449 complete mtDNAs from a globa...
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The aim of the research work was to find out the vertebrate and the invertebrate fauna in Tanga dam of district Karak, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan during the period from August to October 2016. Tanga dam includes all the vertebrates, including fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. Fishes include Catla catla. Amphibians includ...
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Molecular oncology is the emanating field of science which involves the study of cancers at molecular level. It expedites the worldwide researchers, physicians, molecular biologists; oncologists and pathologists' to better apprehend the genetic dialectics of cancer which will be pragmatic for the diagnostics and therapeutics of various types of can...
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The present work examines the production of biodiesel from distaff thistle (Carthamus lanatus L.) using alkali catalyzed transesterification. The low acid value (0.14 mg KOH/g) and free fatty acid (FFA) contents (2.81 %) of distaff thistle oil (DTO) determined prior to transesterification indicated that the pretreatment of raw oil with acid is not...
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Introduction. Edible wild plants are nature's gift to mankind. Considering the growing need to identify alternative bio-nutritional sources, some underutilized species of figs (Ficus carica L., F. palmata Forssk., F. racemosa L.) and mulberries (Morus alba L., M. nigra L, M. laevigata Wall.) of the family Moraceae were evaluated as wild edible frui...
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In the present paper, we have discussed the pipe flow of a Johnson-Segalman fluid with temperature dependent viscosity. The series solutions of coupled nonlinear equations have been obtained for two cases of viscosity (Reynold and Vogels) by homotopy analysis method (HAM). The expressions for velocity, temperature, and entropy generation number hav...
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The objective of the study was to determine the ethnobotanical uses and conservation status of the flora of Azad Jammu and Kashmir and its allied areas (Fig. 1). Among 168 species studied 140 plant species have medicinal value, 60 species were used as food, 109 species were used as fodder, 116 species were used for fuel purpose and 150 species were...
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In the present paper, we have discussed the pipe flow of a Johnson-Segalman fluid with temperature dependent viscosity. The series solutions of coupled nonlinear equations have been obtained for two cases of viscosity (Reynold and Vogels) by Homotopy analysis method (HAM). The expressions for velocity, temperature, and entropy generation number hav...
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Transesterification of Sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) oil with methanol using alkaline catalyst was studied. The aim of this investigation was to synthesize the fatty acid methyl eseters (FAMEs) from crude oil of sunflower. The optimal triglyceride conversion was achieved at 6:1 rate of methanol to oil and sodium hydroxide as catalyst (1.26%) at...
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Biodiesel from vegetable oil seed crops is the potential substitute for petro-diesel in the current era of every crisis. This article is confined to the transesterification of mustard oil (Brassica campestris L.) into biodiesel. The maximum biodiesel yield was 84% by using 2.5% alkali methoxide as the catalyst. The technical tools and processes use...
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Fatty acid methyl ester (Biodiesel) of 4 plant species of Brassicaceae family having more than 30% fixed oil in their seeds were examined. Base catalyzed transesterifcaiton using 1:6 molar ratio (Oil : Methanol) at 70°C was the optimal method to correct crude oil into Fatty Acid Methyl Esters (FAMEs). Fatty acid methyl ester of oil of these 4 speci...
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This paper reports biodiesel production and discussed experimental results from a laboratory performance study by using natural novel source of non edible wild safflower (Carthamus oxyacantha Bieb.) oil. The effect of variables including molar ratio, reaction temperature, reaction time, concentration of catalyst and mixing intensity on biodiesel yi...
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Present study evaluates the effects of photodynamic therapy (PDT) with aminolevulinic acid (5-ALA) as photo sensitizer using Human embryonic kidney (HEK293T) cell line as an experimental model. Porphyrins derivatives are used as active cytotoxic antitumor agents in PDT. Above mentioned cell line were irradiated with red light (a diode laser, λ = 63...
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Rising world prices, the growing demand for energy, and the need to mitigate the greenhouse effect are the driving force behind the renewed interest in the use of biofuels. Among the biofuels, biodiesel is one of the best available resources for diesel fuels in diesel engines. Chemically biodiesel is mono alkyl esters of long chain fatty acids deri...
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A prospective audit into the proportion of hospitalised oncology and haematology patients at risk of refeeding syndrome - Volume 69 Issue OCE2 - L. Graham, S. Gupta, H. Sadia, N. El-Mahdawi, V. Agarwal, M. Butt
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Unique adoptability to hot and arid environment makes one humped camel (Camelus dromedarus) an important member of desert/arid livestock. Feed of camel under these conditions consists of thorny and hard desert plants/shrubs for which his mouth is well adopted. Mouth disorders can make prehension difficult and seriously affect health and growth of c...

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