Mohammad Abul Farah, Ph.D., serves as Assistant Professor in the Department of Zoology at King Saud University, Riyadh. Dr. Farah attended Aligarh Muslim University in India where he received his Ph.D. in Zoology (Genetics). He worked as a Research Scientist at Proteonik Inc., a biotechnology company in Seoul, South Korea. With over 12 years of experience in academics and research, he has worked extensively on cytogenetics, genotoxicity, diabetes research focusing on the process of insulin signaling. At KSU, he is involved in research on natural products and biosynthesized nanoparticles for the development of anticancer drugs.
Zoo 556 Advanced Cytogenetics 2 (1+1) Objective To provide zoology graduate students with advanced scientific information about the architecture of chromsomes including viral chromosomes...
Fundamental of Genetics
Human Genetics (practicals)
abstract The alterations in somatic genomes that controls the mechanism of cell division as a main cause of cancer, and then the drug that specifically toxic to the cancer cells further...
ABSTRACT The present study was conducted to know the genetic diversity of three Saudi sheep populations; Naeimi (NM), Herri (H) and Najdi (NJ). Genomic DNA was extracted from 156 animals of...
Abstract Procaine is an anesthetic drug commonly administrated topically or intravenously for use in local anesthesia. Promisingly, some anticancer activities of procaine have also been...