Dr. Javed Ahmad had completed his PhD in 2009 from Department of Genetic Engineering, National Botanical Research Institute (NBRI), Lucknow, India. His core research activities are mainly focused to understand the cellular and molecular mechanisms of gene expression of various toxicants of various nanoparticles, environmental chemicals, and new drugs with special emphasis on cytotoxicity, oxidative stress mediated damages, mRNA expression of apoptotic marker genes involved in cell death.
Sunday   10-12 AM    1.00-3.00PM Tuesday  1-3    PM     3-5    PM Thursday  3-5PM
Abstract Copper ferrite nanoparticles (NPs) have the potential to be applied in biomedical fields such as cell labeling and hyperthermia. However, there is a lack of information concerning...
Abstract Streptococcus mitis from the oral cavity causes endocarditis and other systemic infections. Rising resistance against traditional antibiotics amongst oral bacteria further...
Abstract We have evaluated the in vitro low dose hepatotoxic effects oftwo flame-retardants (BDE-47 and BDE-32) in HepG2 cells. Both congeners declined the viability of cells in MTT and NRU...