Dec 2, 2017 ... and adolescents in developing countries as a result of poor sanitation ... characterized by low river levels (Alajeely, et al., .... 99% confidence were generally observed in areas .... Malaysian Journal of Microbiology, 3(2): 19-.
Home; Fellowship. Fellow Profile. Elected: 1940 Section: Engineering & Technology. Ishaq, Prof. Mohammad FNA. Date of birth: 1 April 1901. Date of death: 22 March 1960. Specialization: Molecular Spectroscopy. YouTube; Twitter; Facebook; Blog ...
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Ghulam Ishaq Khan (GIK) Institute of ... Bolt scatter, bolt bending, joint relaxation and gasket stress variation are concluded the main .... In the present work, following two ..... American Society of Mech.
patients in a health facility in Karachi, Pakistan. Humera Ishaq1* ... regular medication, diet and exercise to avoid development and progress of DR. Keywords: Diabetes .... levels for likelihood on participants that they will develop diabetic ...
Ata Allah Nadiri1 2 Asghar Asghari Moghaddam1 Frank T-C Tsai2 Elham Fijani1 2. Department of Geology, University of Tabriz, 29 Bahman Boulevard, Tabriz, East Azerbaijan, Iran. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Louisiana State University, 3418G Patrick F. Taylor Hall, Baton Rouge, LA 70803, USA.
Items 151 - 200 of 425 ... Vol 39 (2008), Effect of moisture stress on biomass yield of sugarcane and its root characteristics, Abstract. MN Ishaq ... Vol 46, No 1 (2015), Effect of processing on caroteniod content of orange fleshed sweetpotato (OFSP) and the suitability of OFSP in the production of value-added products, Abstract.
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stories of the Prophet Muhammad’s companions . Yet his lectures also veer into the topics of prototypical Salafist discourse. Beginning around 2004...Pakistan is Said to Pursue Role in U.S.- Afghan Talks,” New York Times, February 9, 2010. 22 Willi Germund, “Pakistan lässt Taliban- Chef mARCH 2010 . VoL...cite the precedent of the famous commander and companion of the Prophet Muhammad, Khalid bin 22 Abid Mehsud, July 2008. 23 Ishaq Mehsud, June
On Saturday, 23 January 2016, CERN welcomed Mr Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, Prime Minister of Pakistan. From left to right: Minister of Finance Mr Mohammad Ishaq Dar, Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, CERN Director-General Fabiola Gianotti and CMS national contact physicist Hafeez Hoorani. Mr Muhammad Nawaz Sharif arrived at Point 5 in Cessy, where he was welcomed onto French soil by the sous-préfet of Cessy, Stéphane Donnot, and, representing CERN, Director-General Fabiola Gianotti, Directors Eckhard Elsen and Charlotte Warakaulle, and Rüdiger Voss, the adviser for relations with Pakistan. It was the first visit by a head of government of Pakistan since the country became CERN's latest Associate Member State in July 2015. The Prime Minister then had the opportunity to visit the CMS underground experimental area accompanied by the CMS Spokesperson, Tiziano Camporesi, and the CMS collaboration’...
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Full Text Available Ibn al-Munajjim lived in Abbasid Era in which music became a branch of science inIslamic Civilization. He wrote two valuable books on the theories of music. He came from“Müneccimoğulları family” known by its affinity to palace, and he was also an authority inArabic-Persian sciences. His teacher Ishâq al-MawsılÄ« was considered as the founder of thetheories of music in Islamic world; but his Works didn't reach us. And this increased thevalue of al-Munajjim's work, because his Risâla fi'l-MûsÄ«qâ gives detailed and importantinformations about the theories of music of that period. In researches on history of musicdone in western and Arab world Ibn al-Munajjim's Risâla was mistakenly mixed up by hiswork Kitâbu'n-Nagam. In this study we tried to connect this misunderstanding and weexamined Ibn al-Munajjim's –and consequently his teacher Ishaq's- theories of music. Wealso tried to give some informations about the life of Ibn al-Munajjim.
Full Text Available Farooq Aziz,1,2 Ayesha Ihsan,1 Aalia Nazir,2 Ishaq Ahmad,3 Sadia Zafar Bajwa,1 Asma Rehman,1 Abdoulaye Diallo,4 Waheed S Khan1 1Nanobiotechnology Group, National Institute for Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering (NIBGE, Faisalabad, 2Department of Physics, Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Bahawalpur, 3National Center for Physics, Quaid-I-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan; 4Laboratory of Photonics and Nano-Fabrication, Faculty of Science and Technology, Cheikh Anta Diop University of Dakar (UCAD, Dakar-Fann Dakar, Senegal Abstract: Gold nanoparticles (GNPs with dimension in the range of 1–100 nm have a prominent role in a number of biomedical applications like imaging, drug delivery, and cancer therapy owing to their unique optical features and biocompatibility. In this work, we report a novel technique for the synthesis of two types of GNPs namely porous gold nanoparticles (PGNPs and solid gold nanoparticles (SGNPs. PGNPs of size 35 nm were fabricated by reduction of gold (III solution with lecithin followed by addition of L-ascorbic acid and tri-sodium citrate, whereas SGNPs with a dimension of 28 nm were prepared by reflux method using lecithin as a single reducing agent. Comparative studies using PGNPs (λmax 560 nm and SGNPs (λmax 548 nm were conducted for evaluating their use as a contrast agent. These studies reveled that in direct computed tomography scan, PGNPs exhibited brighter contrast (45 HU than SGNPs (26 HU. To investigate the effect of PGNPs and SGNPs on the liver and kidney profile, male rabbits were intravenously injected with an equal dose of 1 mg/kg weight of PGNPs and SGNPs. The effect on biochemical parameters was evaluated 72 hours after intravenous (IV injection including liver function profile, renal (kidney function biomarker, random blood glucose value, and cholesterol level. During one comparison of contrast in CT scan, PGNPs showed significantly enhanced contrast in whole-rabbit and organ CT scan as
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