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Sarah al Mofarji

Sarah al Mofarji
Forensic DNA Center for Research and Training/AL-Nahrain University · Molecular Genetics

Master of Science

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Lead is one of widely distributed heavy metal and cause many biochemical , physiological and genetic damage. When exposure to lead may increase the risk of genetic dysfunction (DNA damage). In this work we study the effect of exposure to the lead for long time period among the battery workers factory in Baghdad. Blood sample were collected during m...
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Objectives: The present research aimed to find an association between infection by Helicobacter pylori and vitamin D deficiency in type 2 diabetes mellitus among Iraqi individuals attending Al-Yarmouk Teaching Hospital. Methods: According to fasting blood glucose, the samples were divided into a non-diabetic group with ten diabetic individuals and...
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Angiotensin II sort one (AT1) receptor mediates the constriction and growth-promoting result of angiotensin in humans. It has been reported that a polymorphism of the AT1 receptor gene (a C/T at position-521) The single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) -521C/T is located within the promoter region of the agtr1 gene, may be associated with essential hy...
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This study was aimed to investigate the association between thyroid disorders and lipid profile in 122 patients (100 females and 22 males) referred to the Specialized Center for Endocrinology and Diabetes at Al-kindy Hospital in Baghdad. For comparison, 60 healthy individuals (31 females and 29 males), who had no thyroid disorders, were also includ...
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This study was aimed to investigate the association between thyroid disorder and Helicobacter pylori infection in 122 patients (100 females and 22 males)and for comparison, 60 healthy individuals (31females and 29 males),who had no thyroid disorder, were also included in the study. Blood samples were collected from both patients and the healthier i...

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