Naheed Banu
Naheed Banu
Professor of Biochemistry, Qassim University
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Antioxidant potential of vitamins A, E and C in modulating oxidative stress in rat brain
SMKR Zaidi, N Banu
Clinica chimica acta 340 (1-2), 229-233, 2004
Modulation of in vivo oxidative status by exogenous corticosterone and restraint stress in rats
A Zafir, N Banu
Stress 12 (2), 167-177, 2009
In vivo antioxidant status: a putative target of antidepressant action
A Zafir, A Ara, N Banu
Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry 33 (2), 220-228, 2009
Antioxidant potential of fluoxetine in comparison to Curcuma longa in restraint-stressed rats
A Zafir, N Banu
European Journal of Pharmacology 572 (1), 23-31, 2007
Effects of antioxidant vitamins on glutathione depletion and lipid peroxidation induced by restraint stress in the rat liver
SMKR Zaidi, TM Al-Qirim, N Banu
Drugs in R & D 6 (3), 157-165, 2005
Alterations in monoamine levels and oxidative systems in frontal cortex, striatum, and hippocampus of the rat brain during chronic unpredictable stress
A Ahmad, N Rasheed, N Banu, G Palit
Stress 13 (4), 356-365, 2010
Induction of oxidative stress by restraint stress and corticosterone treatments in rats
A Zafir, N Banu
CSIR, 2009
Effect of vitamins C and E on antioxidant status of breast‐cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy
N Suhail, N Bilal, HY Khan, S Hasan, S Sharma, F Khan, T Mansoor, ...
Journal of clinical pharmacy and therapeutics 37 (1), 22-26, 2012
Enteral hyperalimentation in malnourished surgical patients
HS Shukla, R Raja Rao, N Banu, RM Gupta, RC Yadav
Indian journal of medical research, 1984
Astrovirus infection in association with acute, persistent and nosocomial diarrhea in Bangladesh
LE Unicomb, NN Banu, T Azim, A Islam, PK Bardhan, ASG Faruque, ...
The Pediatric infectious disease journal 17 (7), 611-614, 1998
Effect of khat, its constituents and restraint stress on free radical metabolism of rats
TM Al-Qirim, M Shahwan, KR Zaidi, Q Uddin, N Banu
Journal of ethnopharmacology 83 (3), 245-250, 2002
Rotavirus-associated diarrhea in rural Bangladesh: two-year study of incidence and serotype distribution
BN Fun, L Unicomb, Z Rahim, NN Banu, G Podder, J Clemens, ...
Journal of Clinical Microbiology 29 (7), 1359-1363, 1991
Galectins–potential targets for cancer therapy
SS Hasan, GM Ashraf, N Banu
Cancer letters 253 (1), 25-33, 2007
Modulation of restraint stress induced oxidative changes in rats by antioxidant vitamins
SM Kashif, R Zaidi, TM Al-Qirim, N Hoda, N Banu
The Journal of nutritional biochemistry 14 (11), 633-636, 2003
Levels of heavy metals in tissues of shingi fish (Heteropneustes fossilis) from Buriganga River, Bangladesh
A Begum, AI Mustafa, MN Amin, TR Chowdhury, SB Quraishi, N Banu
Environmental monitoring and assessment 185 (7), 5461-5469, 2013
Protective effect of Solanum nigrum leaves extract on immobilization stress induced changes in rat’s brain
SK Zaidi, M Hoda, S Tabrez, SA Ansari, MA Jafri, M Shahnawaz Khan, ...
Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2014, 2014
Brain region specific monoamine and oxidative changes during restraint stress
A Ahmad, N Rasheed, GM Ashraf, R Kumar, N Banu, F Khan, ...
Canadian journal of neurological sciences 39 (3), 311-318, 2012
Restraint stress-induced central monoaminergic & oxidative changes in rats & their prevention by novel Ocimum sanctum compounds
A Ahmad, N Rasheed, K Chand, R Maurya, N Banu, G Palit
The Indian journal of medical research 135 (4), 548, 2012
Cytotoxic effect of ethanol extract of microalga, Chaetoceros calcitrans, and its mechanisms in inducing apoptosis in human breast cancer cell line
S Ebrahimi Nigjeh, FM Yusoff, NB Mohamed Alitheen, M Rasoli, ...
BioMed research international 2013, 2013
Novel Ocimumoside A and B as anti-stress agents: modulation of brain monoamines and antioxidant systems in chronic unpredictable stress model in rats
A Ahmad, N Rasheed, P Gupta, S Singh, KB Siripurapu, GM Ashraf, ...
Phytomedicine 19 (7), 639-647, 2012
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