Publication for Prof. Khalid Alharbi

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Publications:

  1. Khalid K. Alharbi and Alastair Cumming (2001). Apolipoprotein E and Low-density lipoprotein receptor related protein polymorphisms: association with Colorectal Cancer risk. Poster abstract in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, The Journal of the Association of Genetic Technologists (AGT). 27(3):112. 2001, 68.
  2. Khalid K. Alharbi (2001). The association between colorectal cancer and lipid metabolism. Asian Pacific Journal of Allergy and Immunology. (Abstract) 19: 155-161. 2001. The paper presented at the 4th meeting of the association of Saudi Medical Technologists, Hammersmith Hospital Imperial College School of Medicine, and London.
  3. Poster abstract in postgraduate conference 2002 in Southampton General Hospital in University of Southampton. Poster 2002, 3.
  4. Presentation and abstract in postgraduate conference 2003 in Southampton general Hospital in University of Southampton, title: Development of an approach to scan a population for unknown mutations in the MC4R gene in relation to obesity. Speaker abstract 2003, 5.
  5. Two posters with abstracts in Faculty Postgraduate Conference 2004 in Biomedical Sciences in University of Southampton. Posters 2004, BH2& BH3
  6. Abstract for HUGO conference (HGM2004) in Berlin, Germany April 2004. Speaker workshop abstract 2004, 100.
  7. Two Abstract for HUGO conference (HGM2004) in Berlin, Germany April 2004. Poster 341, 360
  8. Abstract for European Human Genetics Conference 2004 in Munich, Germany.

INM Day, L Haddad, Khalid K Alharbi, S Ye, D.A Lawlor et al. European Journal of Human Genetics, 12 (supplement 1). 2004, P1000.

  1. Presentation and abstract in Human Genome Variation Society, Scientific meeting, 2004 in Berlin, Germany. Speaker Abstracts 2004, 5 & 16.
  2.  Abstract for Atherosclerosis conference in Seville, Spain 2004.

Khalid K Alharbi, L Haddad, S Ye, D A Lawlor, R A Whittall, E Spanakis, X Chen, H Rassoulian, I Simpson, D I W Phillips, C Cooper, G DaveySmith, S E Humphries, S Ebrahim, IN M Day. Mutation Scanning of LDLR in the Whole Population. Atherosclerosis Supplements, Vol 5 No. 1, 2004, P80, W14.345.

  1. Khalid K. Alharbi and Ian N. Day.  High throughput mutation scanning for MC4R in meltMADGE.  Biosciences2005, from gene to system in Glasgow, Scotland July 2005. Biosciences 2005 Speaker No. 0192 and poster abstract No. 0497
  2.  Khalid K. Alharbi and Ian N. Day.  High throughput mutation scanning for LDLR in meltMADGE.  Biosciences2005, from gene to system in Glasgow, Scotland July 2005. Biosciences 2005 Poster abstract No. 0457
  3. Khalid Alharbi, Santiago Rodriguez, Shuwen Huang, Ian N Day, Tom R Gaunt. Online Encyclopedia for Genetic Epidemiology studies (OEGE).  HGM2006 in Finland 31May -3 June 2006. The 11th HUGO meeting Poster abstract No. 021
  4. Khalid K. Alharbi. Mutation scanning for MC4R gene in Saudi Arabia.  BioSciences2006 23-27 July 2006, SECC, Glasgow, UK. Poster abstract No. 0477.
  5. Shuwen Huang, Xiao-he Chen, Junlong Zhang, Philip Guthrie, Mohammad R.
    Abdollahi, Khalid K. Alharbi, Mohammed Aldahmesh, Matthew J. Smith,
    Santiago Rodriguez, George Davey Smith, Chris Byrne, Tom R. Gaunt, and Ian
    N.M. Day. 2006. Microplate array diagonal gel electrophoresis (MADGE) for
    high throughput quality control and for economical transcriptional
    profiling. MipTec – The 10th Leading European Drug Discovery Event.
    Basel (Switzerland), May 8-11, 2006
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  6. Khalid K. Alharbi. Anthropometric measurements of obesity and MC4R gene mutation screening in Saudi Arabia. LifeScinces2007, 8-12 July 2007, SECC, Glasgow, UK. Poster abstract no. PC8.
  7. Abstract in 1st International conference on children and adolescent obesity. Gene and obesity in Saudi Arabia by Khalid Alharbi, Journal of Pediatrcic obesity. Supplenet 3, 2009.
  8. Khalid K. Alharbi, Poster abstract with title: A strategic Development plan for the improvement of teaching and learning at the college of Nursing, King Saud University, at Harvard Macy Institute, 2011 Program for Education in the healthcare professions, May 2011 at Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA.

Books:

19.Book Chapter (9). I.N.M. Day, M.A.Al-Dahmesh, L. Haddad1, K.K. Alharbi, X.Chen, H. Rassoulian2, S.E. Humphries3, E. Spanakis4, D. Eccles. MeltMADGE: economical very high throughput mutation scanning using thermal ramp electrophoresis in conjunction with MADGE (microplate array) gels. In guide to mutation detection. Wiley Publishers. 2005. pp 85-99. ISBN: 0471234443

  1. Book Chapter (8). Day INM, Al-Dahmesh MA, Alharbi KK, Chen X, Ganderton RH, Gaunt TR, Hinks LJ, O`Dell SD, Spanakis E (2003). Electrophoresis in microplate formats. In: She ye, Ian N.M.Day, editors. Microarrays and microplates: Applications in Biomedical Sciences. BIOS Scientific Publishers, Oxford, 2003. pp 145-169. ISBN: 185996074X.

 

  1. Book Chapter (6). Matt Smith, Khalid K. Alharbi, Mohammed A. Aldahmesh, Gabriella Pante-de-sousa, Guangwei Hou, Xiao-he Chen, Keith R. Fox, Ian N. M. Day.  MADGE-based technologies for identification of unknown mutations at the population level. In Genetic Variance Detection: technologies for pharmacolgenomics (ed Karl Hecker). DNA Press, LLC, 2006. pp 145-162. ISBN: 097476550.

Papers:

  1. *Ian N M Day, *Khalid K. Alharbi, Matt Smith, Mohammed Al Dahmesh, Bea Zhang, Andrew Lotery, Nick C P Cross, ShuYe, Diana Eccles, 1Keith Fox, Santi Rodriguez.  Paucimorphic Alleles versus Polymorphic Alleles and Rare Mutations in Disease Causation: Theory, Observation and Detection. Current Genomics. 2004, 5 (5), 431-438. *Equal contributorships.
  2. Khalid K. Alharbi1, Spanakis 1E, Karen Tan 3, Smith MJ, M. A. Aldahmesh O'Dell 1S D, Sayer AA, Lawlor DA, Ebrahim S, Smith GD,  O’Rahilly S, Farooqi S, Cyrus Cooper 2, Phillips DI, I N M Day1.  Prevalence and functionality of paucimorphic and private MC4R mutations in a large, unselected European British population, Scanned by meltMADGE.  Human Mutation, 2007, 28(3):294-302. PMID: 17072869
  3. Khalid K Alharbi1, Mohammed A. Aldahmesh, 1E Spanakis, 2L Haddad, 2R A Whittall, 1X Chen, 6H Rassoulian, Matt J. Smith, Julie Sillibourne, Nicola J. Ball, Nikki J. Graham, Patricia Briggs, Iain A. Simpson, 3D I W Phillips, 4D A Lawlor, 1S Ye, 2S E Humphries, 3C Cooper, 4G Davey Smith, 4S Ebrahim,  Diana M. Eccles, 1I N M Day.  Mutation scanning by meltMADGE: validations using BRCA1 and LDLR, and demonstration of the potential to identify severe, moderate, silent, rare and paucimorphic mutations in the general population.  Genome Research, (2005). 15 (5): 967-977, PMID: 15998910.
  4. Matt Smith, Gabrilla Pante-de-Sousa, Khalid K Alharbi, Xiao-he Chen, Ian N. M. Day, Keith R. Fox. Combination of His-tagged T4 endonuclease VII with MADGE or capillary electrophoresis for economical high throughput mutation scanning. Clinical Chemistry, (2005). 51 (6): 1043-1046, PMID: 15914792.
  5. Santiago Rodrguez, Tom R. Gaunt, Shuwen Huang, Mohammad R. Abdollahi, Khalid K. Alharbi, Xiao-he Chen and Ian N. M. Day.  Genomic applications of Microplate-Array Diagonal-Gel Electrophoresis (MADGE): Approaches for SNPs, microsatellites, RNA expression and unknown mutations.  BIOforum Europe. 01/2005, pp 42-43, GIT VERLAG GmbH& CO. KG, Darmstadt, Germany, www. Gitverlag.com/go/bioint. Republished in BIOforum Europe Highlights issue for 2006, 01/2006, pp 52-53.
  6. Tamimi W, Al-Kharji NH, Alanazi M, Felimban N, Al-Khulif A, Alharbi KK. Cerebrospinal creatinine kinase level in children with meningitis. Clin Biochem. 2008 Aug; 41(12):1025-7. Epub 2008 May 10. PMID: 18501707
  7. Khalid K. Alharbi. Huntington's disease. The New Egyptian Journal of Medicine. 2008 July; 39:1.
  8. MeltMADGE for mutation scanning of specific genes in population studies
    Khalid K Alharbi, Mohammed A Aldahmesh, Tom R Gaunt, Hamid Rassoulian, Philip AI Guthrie, Santiago Rodriguez, Christopher R Boustred, Emmanuel Spanakis  & Ian N M Day Nature Protocols. 2010; 5(11):1800-12. PMID:21030955 
  9. Analysis of potential genomic confounding in genetic association studies and an online Genomic Confounding Browser (GCB (. Christopher A. Raistrick, Khalid K. Alharbi, Ian N.M. Day, Tom R. Gaunt .Annals of Human Genetics, 2011 Nov;75(6):723-31. PMID: 21972962.
  10. Population mutation scanning of human GHR by meltMADGE and identification of a paucimorphic variant. Khalid K. Alharbi*, Guangwei Hou2*, Xiao-he Chen3, Tom R Gaunt4, Holly E Syddall5, Avan Aihie Sayer5, Elaine M Dennison5, David I W Phillips5, Cyrus Cooper5, Ian N M Day4. Genet Test Mol Biomarkers. 2011 June 20; 15(12):855-60. PMID: 21689014.
  11. Muslim M AlSaadi, Tom R GauntChristopher R BoustredPhilip AI Guthrie, Xuan LiuLuca LenziLucille RainbowNeil Hall,   Alharbi KK, and Ian NM Day. From a single whole exome read to notions of clinical screening: primary ciliary dyskinesia and RSPH9 p.Lys268del in the Arabian Peninsula. Ann Hum Genet. May 2012; 76(3): 211–220.PMID: 22384920.
  12. Alharbi KK, Imran Ali Khan & Rabbani Syed. Thrombophilic gene polymorphism studies in G6PD deficient individuals from Saudi population. Bioinformation 8(25): 1255-1259 Dec (2012).PMID:23275730.
  13.  Alharbi KK, Alaa Salem Abed, Rabbani Syed, Imran Ali khan & Sabeena Muhammed Mustafa.  Analysis of G6PD enzyme deficiency in Saudi population. Bioinformation 8(25): 1260-1264 Dec (2012). PMID: 23275731.
  14. Alharbi KK, Imran Ali Khan, Alaa Salem A Abed & Rabbani Syed. Insertion/Deletion polymorphisms do play any role in G6PD deficiency individuals in the Kingdom of the Saudi Arabia. Bioinformation 9(1): 049-053 Jan (2013). PMID: 23390344.
  15. Rodriguez SAl-Ghamdi OABurrows KGuthrie PALane JADavis MMarsden GAlharbi KKCox AHamdy FCNeal DEDonovan JLDay IN.Very low PSA concentrations and deletions of the KLK3 gene. Clin Chem. Jan 2013; 59(1):234-44. PMID: 23169475.
  16. Alharbi KK, Imran Ali Khan, Nasser M Al-Daghri, Anjana Munshi, Vandana Sharma, Abdul Khader Mohammed, Kaiser A. Wani, Mohammed Ghouse Ahmed Ansari and Rabbani Syed . ABCA1 C69T Gene polymorphism and risk of  Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in a Saudi Population. J. Biosci. Dec 2013; 38 (5):893-897.PMID:24296892.
  17. Alharbi KK, Imran Ali Khan, Rabbani Syed. C5L2 Gene polymorphism Studies with Type II Diabetes Mellitus in Saudi Population. Journal of Molecular Biology Reports. Nov 2013; 40:6323-6327.PMID:24078164.
  18. Alharbi KK, Tarek S Kashour, Wejdan Al-Hussaini, May Salem Al-Nbaheen, Sarar Mohamed, Rana MW Hasanato, Waleed Tamimi, Mohammed Yahya Al-Naami, and Imran Ali Khan. Association of angiotensin converting enzyme gene insertion/deletion polymorphism in familial hypercholesterolemia in the Saudi population. Lipids in Health and Disease. Dec 2013; 12:177.PMID: 24289455.

 

  1. Alharbi KK, Rabbani Syed, Imran Ali Khan. Association of Interleukin-6 polymorphism with obesity and metabolic alterations in young Saudi population. Molecular Biology Reports Jan 2014; 41(3):1519-23. PMID: 24395296.
  2. Alharbi KK, Imran Ali Khan, Anjana Munshi, Fawiziah Khalaf Alharbi, Yazeed Al-Sheikh, May Salem Al-Nbaheen. Association of genetic variants of insulin receptor substrate 1 (IRS1) with type 2 diabetes mellitus in a Saudi population. Endocrine [Epub ahead of print] Nov 2014; 47(2):472-7.PMID:24493031.
  3. Alharbi KK, Imran Ali Khan, Zeinab Abotalib, Malak Mohammed Al-Hakeem. Insulin Receptor Substrate 1 (IRS1) Gly927Arg: correlation with gestational diabetes mellitus. BioMed Research International. Feb 2014; 2014:146495. PMID: 24695443.
  4. Vuree S, Dunna NR, Khan IA, Alharbi KK, Vishnupriya S, Soni D, Shah P, Chandok H, Yadav M, Nayarisseri A. Pharmacogenomics of drug resistance in Breast Cancer Resistance Protein (BCRP) and its mutated variants. Journal of Pharmacy Research. June 2013; 7(6): 791-798.
  5. Alharbi KK. Gene polymorphism studies in glucose 6 phosphate deficiencies in Saudi Arabia. Health Med. Dec 2013; 7(12): 3119-3126.
  6. Alharbi KK, Al-Sheikh YA. Role and implications of Nano diagnostics in the changing trends of clinical diagnosis. Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences. April 2014; 21 (2):109-117. PMID: 24600302.
  7. Alharbi KK, Khan IA, Tejaswini YSRN, Devi YA. The Role of Genome Sequencing in the Identification of Novel Therapeutic Targets. Journal of Glycomics and Lipidomics. Apr 2014; 4:112.
  8. Alharbi KK, Khan IA, Bazzi MD, Al-Daghri NM, Hasan TN, Alnbaheen MS, Alharbi FK, Al-Sheikh YA, Syed R, Aboul-Soud MA. A54T polymorphism in the fatty acid binding protein 2 studies in a Saudi population with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Lipids Health Dis. Apr 20141; 13:61. PMID: 24690233.
  9. Alharbi KK, Khan IA, Syed R. Association of apolipoprotein E polymorphism with type 2 diabetes mellitus in a Saudi population. DNA Cell Biol. Sep 2014; 33(9):637-41. PMID: 24979464.
  10. Al-Hakeem MM, Abotalib Z, Alharbi KK, Khan IA. Relationship between the paraoxonase 1 gene glutamine 192 to arginine polymorphism and gestational diabetes mellitus in Saudi women. Clin Biochem. Oct 2014; 47(15):122-5. PMID: 25036896.
  11. Alharbi KK, Khan IA. Prevalence of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency and the role of the A- variant in a Saudi population. J Int Med Res. Oct 2014; 42(5):1161-7. PMID: 25169987.
  12. Alsaadi MM, Erzurumluoglu AM, Rodriguez S, Guthrie PA, Gaunt TR, Omar HZ, Mubarak M, Alharbi KK, Al-Rikabi AC, Day IN. Nonsense mutation in coiled-coil domain containing 151 gene (CCDC151) causes primary ciliary dyskinesia.Hum Mutat. Dec 2014; 35(12):1446-8. PMID: 25224326.

 

  1. Alharbi KK, Khan IA, Al-Sheikh YA, Alharbi FK, Alharbi FK, Al-Nbaheen MS. Lack of association between UBE2E2 gene polymorphism (rs7612463) and type 2 diabetes mellitus in a Saudi population. Acta Biochim Pol. 2014; 61(4):769-72. PMID: 25337779.
  2. Alharbi KK, Richardson TG, Khan IA, Syed R, Mohammed AK, Boustred CR, Gaunt TR, Tamimi W, Al-Daghri NM, Day IN. Influence of adiposity-related genetic markers in a population of Saudi Arabians where other variables influencing obesity may be reduced. Dis Markers. 2014; 2014:758232.  PMID: 25484485.
  3. Al-Hakeem MM, Abotalib Z, Alharbi KK, Khan IA. Insertion and deletion polymorphism in the alpha-2B adrenoceptor gene in pregnant women ripens gestational diabetes mellitus. Saud J Bio Sci. 2016 Jan;23(1):128-34. PMID: 26858549
  4. Al-Hakeem MM, Alharbi KK, Khan IA. The C Allele of the rs4929949 STK33 gene Polymorphism is Associated with Gestational Diabetes Mellitus. Journal of pure and Applied Microbiology. Sep 2014; 8(5):3647-3652.
  5. Alharbi KK, Syed R, Khan IA. Computational study on the interaction of flavonoids with fat mass and obesity associated protein. Journal of environmental biology. 2015; 36 (2):419-424.
  6. Alharbi KK. Clinical Efficacy and Possible Applications of Genomics in Lung Cancer. Asian Pac J Cancer Prev. 2015; 16(5):1693-1698.
  7. Erzurumluoglu AM, Alsaadi MM, Rodriguez S, Alotaibi TS, Guthrie PA, Lewis S, Ginwalla A, Gaunt TR, Alharbi KK, Alsaif FM, Alsaadi BM, Day IN. Proxy Molecular Diagnosis from Whole-Exome Sequencing Reveals Papillon-Lefevre Syndrome Caused by a Missense Mutation in CTSC. PLoSOne. 2015 Mar 23; 10(3):e0121351.
  8. Alharbi KK. Genetic polymorphisms in paraoxonase 1 and G protein-coupled receptor 77, and the risk of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency in a Saudi population. Saud Med J. 2015; 36(5):179-183.
  9. Alharbi KK, Hussain T, Alharbi FK, Tabassum SN, Mohammed AA, Gambhir D, Khan IA. Apolipoprotein C3 Gene Variants and Risk of Developing Type 2 Diabetes in Saudi Subjects. Metab Syndr Relat Disord. 2015 Sep;13(7):298-303.
  10. Alharbi KK, Kashour TS, Al-Hussaini W, Nbaheen MS, Hasanato RM, Mohamed S, Tamimi W, Khan IA. Screening for genetic mutations in LDLR gene with familial hypercholesterolemia patients in the Saudi population. Acta Biochim Pol. 2015;62(3):559-62.
  11. Alharbi KK, Khan IA, Eldesouky MH, Al-Hakeem MM, Abotalib Z. The genetic polymorphism in the STK11 does not affect gestational diabetes. Acta Biochim Pol. 2015;62(3):569-72.
  12. Alharbi KK, Ali Khan I, Syed R, Alharbi FK, Mohammed AK, Vinodson B, Al-Daghri NM. Association of JAZF1 and TSPAN8/LGR5 variants in relation to type 2 diabetes mellitus in a Saudi population. Diabetol Metab Syndr. 2015 Oct 24;7:92.
  13.   Al-Hakeem MM, Abotalib Z, Alharbi KK, Khan IA, Mohammed AA. Insertion and deletion polymorphism in the alpha-2B adrenoceptor gene in pregnant women ripens gestational diabetes mellitus.. Saudi J Biol Sci. 2016 Jan;23(1):128-34. doi: 10.1016/j.sjbs.2014.11.010.
  14.   Alharbi KK, Syed R, Alharbi FK, Khan IA. Association of Apolipoprotein E Polymorphism with Impact on Overweight University Pupils. Genet Test Mol Biomarkers. 2017 Jan;21(1):53-57.
  15. Alharbi  KK, Alharbi FK, Alharbi FK, Ghneim HK, Al-Sulaiman AM, Alodhayani AA, Tabassum SN, Khan IA. Amendment of amino acid in Q192R genetic polymorphism of paraoxonase 1 is a conventional risk factor for type 2 diabetes mellitus in the Saudi population. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE. 2016 Jan 1;9(8):16605-12.
  16.  Goud I, Matam K, Vempati R, Alyousef AA, Alharbi  KK, Khan IA. Screening of glioma patients for 1p/19q region with fluorescent probes. MOJ Immunol 2016 Dec 17; 4(3):00132
  17. Alharbi KK, Syed R, Alharbi FK, Khan IA. Association of Apolipoprotein E Polymorphism with Impact on Overweight University Pupils. Genet Test Mol Biomarkers. 2017 Jan;21(1):53-57.
  18. Rodriguez S, Al-Ghamdi OA, Guthrie PA, Shihab HA, McArdle W, Gaunt T, Alharbi  KK, Day IN.Frequency of KLK3 gene deletions in the general population.Ann Clin Biochem. 2017 Jul;54(4):472-480.
  19. Alharbi  KK, Khan IA, Syed R, Alharbi FK. Obesity and the incidence of apolipoprotein E polymorphisms in an assorted population from King Saud University, Saudi Arabia.  Genetic Testing and Molecular Biomarkers. 2017 Jan; 21(1):53-57.

 

  1. Alharbi  KK, Alnbaheen MS, Alharbi FK, Hasanato RM, Khan IA. Identification of Q192R variant among PON1 gene in Saudi patients affected by familial hypercholesterolemia. Saudi Medical Journal. Ann Saudi Med. 2017 Nov-Dec;37(6):425-432.

 

  1. Al-Sulaiman AM, Vallely PJ, Klapper PE, Al Baradie R, Almatrrouk SA, Alharbi  KK. Expression of variable viruses as herpes simplex glycoprotein D and varicella zoster gE glycoprotein using a novel plasmid based expression system in insect cell.Saudi J Biol Sci. 2017 Nov;24(7):1497-1504.

 

  1. Alharbi KK, Khan IA, Alotaibi MA, Saud Aloyaid A, Al-Basheer HA, Alghamdi NA, Al-Baradie RS, Al-Sulaiman AM. Molecular genetic studies in Saudi population; identified variants from GWAS and meta-analysis in stroke. Saudi J Biol Sci. 2018 Jan;25(1):83-89.

 

  1. Al Akeel R, Mateen A, Alharbi  KK, Alyousef AA, Al-Mandeel HM, Syed R. Purification and MIC analysis of antimicrobial proteins from Cucumis sativus L. seeds. BMC Complement Altern Med. 2018 Apr 3;18(1):121.
  2. Almigbal HT, Batias MA, Hasanato RM, Alharbi FK, Khan IA, Alharbi  KK. Role of Apolipoprotein E gene polymorphism studies in the risk of familial hypercholesterolemia: A case-control study. Acta Biochim Pol. 2018;65(3):415-420.
  3. Alharbi KK, Al-Sulaiman AM, Shedaid KMB, Al-Shangiti AM, Marie M, Al-Sheikh YA, Ali Khan I. MTNR1B genetic polymorphisms as risk factors for gestational diabetes mellitus: a case-control study in a single tertiary care center. Ann Saudi Med. 2019 Sep-Oct;39(5):309-318.
  4. Al-Sheikh YA, Ghneim HK, Alharbi KK, Aboul-Soud MAM. Screening for differentially‑expressed microRNA biomarkers in Saudi colorectal cancer patients by small RNA deep sequencing. Int J Mol Med. 2019 Dec;44(6):2027-2036.
  5. Batias MA, Almigbal HT, Hasanato RM, Alharbi FK, Khan IA, Alharbi KK. Screening of common genetic variants in the ApoB gene related to Familial Hypercholesterolemia in the Saudi population. Medicine. 2019 Jan; 98(4): e14247.
  6. Bogari NM, Amin AA, Rayes H, Al-Allaf F, Moulana M, Jambi F, Abutalib M, Udayaraja GK, Fawzy A, Khan IA, Alharbi KK. Exome Sequencing Studies in Saudi Children with diagnosed non-familial Food Allergy cases. Genetics and Molecular Research. 2019. 18(3): gmr16039964
  7. Bogari NM, Amin AA, Rayes HH, Abdelmotelb A, Al-Allaf FA, Dannoun A, Al-Amodi HS, Sedayo AA, Almalk H, Moulana A, Balkhair R, Jambi F, Madani F, Abutalib M, Taher MM, Bouazzaoui A, Aljohani A, Bogari MN, G K UR, Fawzy A, Alharbi KK, Ali Khan I. Whole exome sequencing detects novel variants in Saudi children diagnosed with eczema. J Infect Public Health. 2020 Jan;13(1):27-33.
  8. Alharbi KK, Al-Sheikh YA, Alsaadi MM, Mani B, Udayaraja GK, Kohailan M, Ali Khan I. Screening for obesity in the offspring of first-cousin consanguineous couples: A Phase-I study in Saudi Arabia. Saudi J Biol Sci. 2020 Jan;27(1):242-246.
  9. Alharbi KK, Khan IA, Munshi A, Alharbi FK, Al-Sheikh Y, Alnbaheen MS. Correction to: Association of the genetic variants of insulin receptor substrate 1 (IRS-1) with type 2 diabetes mellitus in a Saudi population. Endocrine. 2020 Mar; 67(3):733.
  10. Alharbi KK, Sheikh Y, Alsaadi M, Syed R. Molecular analysis of Autozygous variants of Obesity in Consanguineous Population of Saudi Arabia. Journal of Environmental Biology. 2020 (In Press).
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