Harmand A. Hama

Harmand A. Hama
Tishk International University · Biology

M.Sc. in Molecular Biology

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The Burseraceae family consists of 18 genera and 540 species. Boswellia dalzielii is a medicinal plant used in tropical and subtropical areas for the treatment and management of various ailments. Despite the medicinal value of B. dalzielii, there is no comprehensive documentation. The study aimed to review the ethnopharmacology, biological evaluati...
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Coronaviruses are infectious respiratory tract illnesses, but they can also affect the digestive tract and infect both humans and animals. The new coronavirus results in complicated health problems all over the world. The most urgent concern of all researchers around the world has been the treatment of the virus. The following study aimed to use qu...
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Leukemia is the most diagnosed form of cancer that attacks adults and children. It is a heterogeneous group of acquired clonal hematological malignancies that incorporates diverse biologically distinct subgroups. The aim of present study was to assess the distribution of different blood groups in acute leukemia patients of Kurdish Iraq’s. This retr...
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Medicinal plants are the primary raw materials used in the production of medicinal products all over the world. As a result, more study on plants with therapeutic potential is required. The tropical tree Ziziphus spina belongs to the Rhamnaceae family. Biological reports and traditional applications including management of diabetes and treatment of...
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Nitric oxide, carbon monoxide and hydrogen sulfide are three endogenous gasotransmitters that serve a role in regulating normal and pathological cellular activities. They can stimulate or inhibit cancer cell proliferation and invasion, as well as interfere with cancer cell responses to drug treatments. Understanding the molecular pathways governing...
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Garcinia kola belongs to the Garcinia genus of the Clusiaceae family and Malpighiales order. It contains more than 180 members all over the globe. It is found all over Asia and in tropical African countries. In Africa, traditionally, G kola is used to manage and treat cancer, diabetes, malaria, analgesics, hypertension, and other numerous ailments....
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The emergence of the novel coronavirus and then pandemic outbreak was coined 2019- nCoV or COVID-19 (or SARS-CoV-2 disease 2019). This disease has a mortality rate of about 3·7 percent, and successful therapy is desperately needed to combat it. The exact cellular mechanisms of COVID-19 need to be illustrated in detail. This study aimed to evaluate...
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SARS-CoV-2 or Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak which caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome, has rapidly spread over the world. The exact mechanism how this virus will affect the liver remained elusive. The aim of this study was to evaluate the liver function in patients with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 and...
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Kidney stone is a complex disease resulting from environmental as well as hereditary factors and principally composes of approximately 75% calcium oxalate (CaOx) crystals, which are formed through a multi-step process. Osteopontin gene was identified by isolating cDNA from cultured rat osteosarcoma cells in 1986. Osteopontin gene located on human c...
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Background: There are few studies demonstrated the association between smoking and lipid profile in female adult smokers. Materials and Methods: This study conducted to determine and compare the serum lipid profile of female adult smokers with non-female smokers, known as controls. In 180 female subjects, the level of serum lipid profile measured....
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Infiltration of leukocytes and pancreatic acinar cell damaging are good indicators of extreme Acute Pancreatitis (AP). The signaling pathways for inflammation and tissue damage of the pancreas not been elucidated yet. In this study, we evaluated the role of targeting of the Receptor for Advanced Glycation End products (RAGE) signaling in AP. Moreov...
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Background and purpose: Colorectal cancer (CRC) is counted as a third most common cancer among men and the second most common among women. Besides that, among cancer-related mortality, the 3rd most common cause of death is due to the CRC worldwide. A tumor suppressor gene p53 has the main role in regulating cell apoptosis, cell cycle arrest, and ce...

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how antiviral agents wok against the viruses?
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Why negative rna sense of the -ve sense RNA viruses can't directly translate to the protein?

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1. Three different gene expression rate detection among patients with CRC. 2. To find out their correlation with CRC. 3. To figure out the correlation among each other. 4. to compare the found result with parents in different countries to find out whether or not this region environment has an impact on the increasing incidence of CRC.