Sufyan Akram

Sufyan Akram
Charles Darwin University | CDU · College of Health and Human Sciences

MBBS, PhD

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Multiple Sclerosis (MS) disease and its related syndromes are initiated by a neurodegenerative process that occurs in the central nervous system with some autoimmunity component. The patients with MS syndrome lose their productivity because of long-term morbidity and need for special assistance in daily activities as well as the need for immunomodu...
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Student engagement has been identified as a major factor in collaborative learning. “…productive engagement is an important means by which students develop feelings about their peers, professors and institutions that give them a sense of connectedness, affiliation, and belonging, while simultaneously offering rich opportunities for learning and dev...
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Aim: The potential role of oxidative stress in the pathophysiology of pre-eclampsia has been reported in the literature. There are only a few studies that have investigated changes in malondialdehyde (MDA), vitamin E and total blood glutathione together in pre-eclampsia. Therefore, the aim of this study was to measure the levels of MDA, vitamin E...
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The effective faculty development (FD) program is the most essential component for creating successful educational innovation. The purpose of having any FD program is to enable faculty to accomplish their goals, and through accomplishing these goals, the missions of their departments, colleges, and universities would be accomplished. FD programs wi...
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Sunitinib, a tyrosine kinase inhibitor to treat GIST and mRCC may interact with paracetamol as both undergo P450 mediated biotransformation and P-glycoprotein transport. This study evaluates the effects of sunitinib-paracetamol coadministration on liver and renal function biomarkers and liver, kidney, brain, heart and spleen histopathology. ICR mal...
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We have previously demonstrated that a slight increase in intracellular superoxide (O 2 KÀ) anion confers resistance to death stimuli. Using pharmacological and molecular approaches to manipulate intracellular O 2 KÀ , here we report that an increase in intracellular O 2 KÀ anion induces Na þ /H þ exchanger 1 (NHE-1) gene promoter activity resultin...

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To evaluate the effectiveness of TBL in fostering team work, deeper learning and critical thinking among undergraduate health science students at College of Health and Human Sciences, CDU.