Inam Ullah Khan

Inam Ullah Khan
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology | AFIP · Department of Microbiology

FCPS microbiology

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Many plants remain unexplored for their endophytic fungi that may possess potentially important phytochemicals. Consequently, we have focused to discover new natural products from endo-phytic fungus Diaporthe perseae sp. isolated from the stem of the Chinese mangrove Pongamia pinnata (L.) Pierre plant that led to the isolation of one new chlorinate...
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In this article we presents S. Gabler inequality [1] for function with nondecreasing increments of convex type and established results for Jensen, Mercer's and Neizgoda's results along with their refinements.
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Herbal medicines has been the most cost-effective and valuable medical practice to cure diseases and emphasize modern health care treatment. The present research was conducted to assess the biological activities of 10 fractions obtained from methanolic extract which was derived from dried seeds of Sesamum indicum. Antioxidant activity was assessed...
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In this paper, an artificial neural network (ANN)based methodology is proposed to forecast electricity load and price. The performance of an ANN forecast model depends on appropriate input parameters. Parameter tuning of ANN is very important to increase the accuracy of electricity price and load prediction. This is done using mutual information an...
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We present an extension of Jensen-Mercer inequality for functions with nondecreasing increments along with its refinements. A Mercer type variant is given for the Burkill-Mirsky-Pečaric's result and related inequalities for the finite sequence of k−tuples monotone in means.
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In this article we give improvements of Jensen inequality, Jensen-Boas inequality, Jensen-Steffensen inequality, Jensen-Mercer inequality and Neizgoda's inequality for functions with nondecreasing increments of convex type followed by related improvements of Levinson inequality. In this way many established results will become special cases of our...
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Optimal power flow (OPF) problem has become more significant for operation and planning of electrical power systems because of the increasing energy demand. OPF is very important for system operators to fulfill the electricity demand of the consumers efficiently and for the reliable operation of the power system. The key objective in OPF is to redu...
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Two new monofunctional mono-metallic trans-Pt(II)(salicylaldimine)(pyridine)·BF 4 (C1) and supramolecular dimetallic trans-(Pt(II)(salicylaldimine)) 2 (4,4-bipyridine)·2BF 4 (C2) complexes were designed and synthesized through ancillary chloride ligand exchange strategy and structurally characterized by spectroscopic, spectrophotometric and single...
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The current study unveils ONS-donor ligand based Pt(II) complexes with unusual anticancer potency showing higher anticancer effect as compared to cisplatin. This series of Pt(II)(R-salicylaldimine)Cl (C1a-C4a) (R = 5-H, 5-CH3, F, 3-CH3O) complexes were prepared in single step in good isolated yields from commercially available materials. The chlori...
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The induction of a dominant Th2-type response is the main cause of harmful inflammation in respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) vaccines trials. A balanced Th1 versus Th2 immune response is needed for a safe and effective RSV vaccine. In this study, we evaluated the potential of a recombinant protein SBP-FG as vaccine candidate with main focus on shif...
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Human respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a major paediatric health concern worldwide. The development of an effective and safe vaccine against RSV is urgently needed. As RSV infects via the mucosal surfaces, developing a nasal vaccine may offer protective benefits over alternative administration routes. In this study, we tested a recombinant prot...
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Abstract: Background The challenges with current antimicrobial drug therapy and resistance remain a significant global health threat. Nano-drug delivery systems are playing a crucial role in overcoming these challenges and open new avenues for effective antimicrobial therapy. While fluticasone (FLU), a poorly water-soluble corticosteroid, has been...
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Morpholine and methylpiperazine are among the most important structural parts of different drugs including organic chemotherapeutic agents. In the current study we incorporated these entities as co-ligand and a series of structurally related mono- and di-metallic square planner Pt(II) complexes (Pt(II)(salicylaldimine)(morpholine)Cl C1a–C3a, Pt(II)...
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Successful oral immunization depends on efficient delivery of antigens (Ags) to the mucosal immune induction site. Glycoprotein-2 (GP-2) is an integral membrane protein that is expressed specifically on M cells within follicle-associated epithelium (FAE) and serves as transcytotic receptor for luminal Ags. In this study, we selected peptide ligands...
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Although adjuvants are a common component of many vaccines, there are few adjuvants licensed for use in humans due to concerns about their toxic effects. There is a need to develop new and safe adjuvants, because some existing vaccines have low immunogenicity among certain patient groups. In this study, SBP, a hepatitis B surface antigen binding pr...
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Tables A-D; Hematology and clinical chemistry parameter changes in rats injected with different agents after 46 days. Values are expressed as mean±standard deviation. * indicates significant increase or decrease in p values. (DOCX)
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Novel phenylenediamine bridged mixed ligands dimetallic square planner Pt(II) complex (L-Pt-Py) was synthesized from simple commercially available precursors in good yield and characterized by ¹H, ¹³C, 2D NOESY NMR and high resolution mass spectrometry (HR-ESI-MS). The stability of L-Pt-Py was checked by ¹H NMR in mixed DMSO-d6/D2O solvents. L-Pt-P...
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Objective: To determine prevalence of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus amongst Health Care Workers in a Tertiary Care Hospital Southern Punjab. Study design: Descriptive cross sectional. Place & duration of study: The study was carried out at department of microbiology, Cantonment Military Hospital, Bahawalpur from 1st Jan 2016 through 1...
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In this article, we would restate the Niezgoda's extension of Jensen-Mercer inequality in an alternate form and we would give refinement of the Niezgoda's result with some applications in terms of weighted power mean.
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To evaluate the frequency and antimicrobial susceptibility pattern of Acinetobacter species isolated from pus and pus swab specimens at a tertiary care setting. Cross-sectional observational study. Department of Microbiology, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Rawalpindi, from July 2008 to July 2012. Data regarding positive culture and antimicrob...
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The objective of this paper is to find out the pattern of bacterial pathogens and their antimicrobial susceptibility from blood culture specimens received from a tertiary care referral setting. This cross-sectional observational study was carried out at the Department of Microbiology, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, from July 2011 through June...
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In the present work, the potential of novel cultivar of safflower seed crop with highest 52% oil contents is evaluated for the first time as a feedstock for biodiesel synthesis. The specific aim of this study was to optimize the transesterification process for maximum biodiesel yield using different parameters and to evaluate its fuel compatibility...
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To determine the in vitro activity of Fosfomycin tromethamine against extended spectrum beta-lactamase producing uropathogens. Experimental study. Department of Microbiology, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Rawalpindi, from October 2011 to October 2012. A total of 381 culture positive ESBL producing isolates from 2400 urine samples submitted o...
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Objective: To determine the antimicrobial susceptibility pattern of bacterial pathogens in the patients of urinary tract infection reporting at a tertiary care hospital. Study Design: Laboratory based study. Place and Duration of Study: Department of Microbiology, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Rawalpindi, from January to December 2012. Metho...
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Objective: To determine the sensitivity pattern of first line anti-tuberculosis drugs against clinical isolates of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB) in our settings. Place and duration: Department of Microbiology, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Rawalpindi, Pakistan, from January 2010 through December 2012. Materials & Methods: Samples received...
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Malaria is wide spread in poor world and its burden has been assessed by the enumeration of malarial parasites in blood of patients. This study was designed to find a relationship between social structure, and spread of malaria in Khyber agency. The average parasite density was 2050 parasite/μl in Khyber Agency. Due to economic and social setup mos...
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Objective To determine in vitro sensitivity of chloramphenicol against ESBL producing Gram negative organisms. Study design Cross sectional study. Methodology One hundred and twenty isolates of ESBL producing Gram negative organisms detected by combination disc synergy method were included in this study. Minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) of ch...
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A total of 211 specimens were studied. Results of TLA compared with gold standard MGIT 960 system showed an agreement of 66% for isoniazid (INH) and 72% for Rifampicin
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Klebsiella pneumoniae has played an important role as a cause of infection in the neonatal high risk units around the globe. The widespread use of broad-spectrum antibacterial agents has led to an increase in the emergence of resistance to broad-spectrum cephalosporins and carbapenems. We report an outbreak caused by a strain of Klebsiella pneumoni...
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Malaria is one of the serious diseases threatening human health in Pakistan and contributes to a large proportion of the total malaria deaths in South Asia. However, little is known about the nature and extent of genetic diversity of the malarial parasites circulating in Pakistan. This study was designed to assess the infection status of Plasmodium...
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Malaria is one of the serious diseases threatening human health in Pakistan and contributes to a large proportion of the total malaria deaths in South Asia. However, little is known about the nature and extent of genetic diversity of the malarial parasites circulating in Pakistan. This study was designed to assess the infection status of Plasmodium...

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