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Radicular Cyst
Suhail Latoo*, Ajaz. A. Shah, Suhail. M. Jan**, S Qadir, I Ahmed, A.R . Purra***, A .H Malik
JK Science : Journal of Medical Education & Research , 2009,
Information Availability: An Insight into the Most Important Attribute of Information Security  [PDF]
Suhail Qadir, S. M. K. Quadri
Journal of Information Security (JIS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jis.2016.73014
Abstract: This paper presents an in-depth understanding of Availability, which is one of the important pillars of Information Security and yet is not taken too seriously while talking about the security of an information system. The paper highlights the importance of Availability w.r.t. Security of information and the other attributes of security and also gives a realistic shape to the existing CIA triad security model. An in-depth understanding of the various factors that can impact the Availability of an information system (Software, Hardware and Network) is given. The paper also gives a categorization of the type of Availability that a system can have. The paper also explains the relation between Availability and other security attributes and also explains through what issues an information system may go while providing Availability.
Taxonomic Studies on Calliptaminae (Acrididae:Orthoptera) of Pakistan
Anjum Suhail,M. Jalal Arif,Ghazala Suhail
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 1999,
Abstract: This studies includes the synonymy, measurements, habitat and new record of the five grasshopper species belonging to the subfamily Calliptaminae. Species, Calliptamus abbrevatus Ikonnikov, C. balucha Uvarov, C.tenuicercis Tarbinskii, C. tartarus tartarus (Costa) and Acorypha glaucopsis (Walker) were collected from various localities of Pakistan during a survey conducted in 1995-96. Species C. abbrevatus and C.tenuicercis have been recorded for the first time from Pakistan.
Significance of Urinary Proteome Pattern in Renal Allograft Recipients
Sufi M. Suhail
Journal of Transplantation , 2014, DOI: 10.1155/2014/139361
Abstract: Urinary proteomics is developing as a platform of urinary biomarkers of immense potential in recent years. The definition of urinary proteome in the context of renal allograft and characterization of different proteome patterns in various graft dysfunctions have led to the development of a distinct science of this noninvasive tool. Substantial numbers of studies have shown that different renal allograft disease states, both acute and chronic, could portray unique urinary proteome pattern enabling early diagnosis of graft dysfunction and proper manipulation of immunosuppressive strategy that could impact graft prognosis. The methodology of the urinary proteome is nonetheless not more complex than that of other sophisticated assays of conventional urinary protein analysis. Moreover, the need for a centralized database is also felt by the researchers as more and more studies have been presenting their results from different corners and as systems of organizing these newly emerging data being developed at international and national levels. In this context concept of urinary proteomics in renal allograft recipients would be of significant importance in clinical transplantation. 1. Introduction Overt proteinuria is an established prognostic marker in renal allograft recipients associated with allograft dysfunction and graft loss [1, 2]. However, the early detection of the causes of graft dysfunction and graft loss is important. The current modality for definitive diagnosis of graft abnormalities is graft biopsy [3]. Inherent risk of biopsy on a single transplanted kidney and delay involved in the detailed reporting of the tissue could preclude an early diagnosis of the graft dysfunction and early institution of specific therapy. On the other hand, urinary proteome is a distinct entity from the conventional nosology of proteinuria that has been emerging in recent years [4, 5]. Urinary proteome constitutes the entire genomic protein content that is excreted in urine in health and disease states. Proteomic urine analysis could predict the diagnosis of renal transplant pathologies early, which could impact the graft function and survival in the long run [5]. Moreover, urinary proteome patterns in transplant patients could differentiate stable graft function from acute tubulointerstitial rejection (AR), urinary tract infection (UTI), acute tubular necrosis (ATN), and calcineurin inhibitor (CNI) toxicity [6]. In addition, characterization of chronic allograft dysfunction into chronic antibody associated rejection (CAAR), interstitial fibrosis tubular atrophy
Two Photon Absorption in Nanostructure Wide Band Gap Semiconductor CdS Using Femtosecond Laser  [PDF]
Abdulla M. Suhail, Raied K. Jamal, Hani J. Kbashi
Advances in Materials Physics and Chemistry (AMPC) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/ampc.2011.13011
Abstract: Strong nonlinear absorption in CdS nanoparticles of dimensions in the range 4 - 50 nm when irradiated with a femtosecond pulsed laser at 800 nm is observed. The CdS nanoparticles sizes were controlled by changing the reaction time of aqueous solutions of thiourea and cadmium chloride. The structure of the prepared CdS nanoparticles were tested and their optical properties were investigated and the nonlinear absorption coeffi-cients were measured using a fully computerized z-scan unit. It is found that the formation of the CdS nanos-tructuresfor are responsible for the observation of the strong tow photon absorption.
Three-Photon Absorption in Zno Film Using Ultra Short Pulse Laser  [PDF]
Raied K. Jamal, Mohammed T. Hussein, Abdulla M. Suhail
Journal of Modern Physics (JMP) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2012.38112
Abstract: The three-photon absorption (3PA) in nanostructure wide-band gap ZnO semiconductor material is observed under high intensity femtosecond Titanium-Sapphire laser of 800 nm wavelength excitation. The ZnO film was prepared by chemical spray pyrolysis technique with substrate temperature of 400℃. The optical properties concerning the absorp-tion, transmission, reflection, Raman and the photoluminescence spectra are studied for the prepared film. The structure of the ZnO film was tested with the X-Ray diffraction and it was found to be a polycrystalline with recognized peaks oriented in (002), and (102). The measured of three photon absorption coefficient was found to be about 0.0166 cm3/Gwatt2, which is about five times higher than the bulk value. The fully computerized z-scan system was used to measure the nonlinear coefficients from the Gaussian fit of the transmitted laser incident.
The Professional Medical Journal , 2010,
Abstract: Background: The use of antibiotic prophylaxis during Lichtenstein inguinal hernia surgery is controversial, and no definitiveguidelines are available in literature. Objective: To determine effects of prophylactic antibiotics in reducing the frequency of postoperative wound infection in Lichtenstein hernia repair. Study Design: Case control study. Setting: Surgical Unit II, Allied Hospital, Faisalabad.Duration: One year, between January 2007 and December 2007. Methods: Patients undergoing unilateral, primary inguinal hernia repairelectively with the Lichtenstein technique using polypropylene mesh were randomized to receive 1.0 g intravenous Cefazolin before the incision or an equal volume of placebo. Wound infection was defined according to the criteria of Centers for Disease Control and recorded. Results were assessed using chi-square test. Results: 100 patients were included in the study. Minimum age of patients in this study was 20 and maximum 75 years with a mean of 44.06 in group A and 44.84 in group B. The total number of wound infections was 7 (7%); 2 (4%) in the antibiotic prophylaxis group and 5 (10%) in the placebo group. Statistical analysis showed no significant difference in the number of wound infections in both groups (p value=0.240). Conclusions: We conclude that in Lichtenstein inguinal hernia repair routine use of prophylactic antibiotics is not needed, as it does not significantly reduce the postoperative wound infection rates.
Extended Bateman polynomials
Z. Suhail,G. M. Habibullah
International Journal of Contemporary Mathematical Sciences , 2012,
Uncertainty inequalities as entanglement criteria for negative partial-transpose states
Hyunchul Nha,M. Suhail Zubairy
Physics , 2008, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.101.130402
Abstract: In this Letter, we show that the fulfillment of uncertainty relations is a sufficient criterion for a quantum-mechanically permissible state. We specifically construct two pseudo-spin observables for an arbitrary non-positive Hermitian matrix whose uncertainty relation is violated. This method enables us to systematically derive separability conditions for all negative partial-transpose states in experimentally accessible forms. In particular, generalized entanglement criteria are derived from the Schrodinger-Robertson inequalities for bipartite continuous-variable states.
Entanglement conditions for two-mode states
Mark Hillery,M. Suhail Zubairy
Physics , 2005, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.050503
Abstract: We provide a class of inequalities whose violation shows the presence of entanglement in two-mode systems. We initially consider observables that are quadratic in the mode creation and annihilation operators and find conditions under which a two-mode state is entangled. Further examination allows us to formulate additional conditions for detecting entanglement. We conclude by showing how the methods used here can be extended to find entanglement in systems of more than two modes.
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