Following are Research Articles associated with keyword Seeds
Nasser Vahdati Mashhadian, Hassan Rakhshandeh Antibacterial and antifungal effects of Nigella sativa extracts against S. Aureus, P Aeroginosa and C. Albicans. Pak J Med Sci Jan - Mar 2005;21(1):47-52.
Muhammad Jan, Farah Faqir, Hamida Qureshi, Salman Akbar Malik, Muhammad Azhar Mughal Evaluation of effects of extract from seeds of Myristica fragrans on volume and acidity of stimulated gastric secretion, liver and kidney function. J Postgrad Med Inst Oct - Dec 2004;18(4):644-50.
Muhammad Jan, Abid Hussain, Naeem S M, Salman Akbar Malik, Masoodur Rehaman, Maqbool Hassan Comparison between the effects of extract from the seeds of myristica fragrans and cimetidine on the volume and acidity of carbachol induced gastric secretion in fasting rabbits. Pak J Med Res Oct - Dec 2004;43(4):191-4.
Boskabady M H, Kiani S, Jandaghi P, Ziaei T, Zarei A Antitussive effect of Nigella Sativa in Guinea pigs. Pak J Med Sci Jul - Sep 2004;20(3):224-8.
Shaukat Ali, Qazi A H, Khan M R Protease activity in seeds commonly used as herbal medicine. Pak J Med Res Apr - Jun 2004;43(2):70-3.
Usman Memon, Abdul Hakeem Brohi, Syed Waseemuddin Ahmed, Iqbal Azhar, Husan Bang Antibacterial screening for Citrullus Colocynthis. Pak J Pharm Sci Jan - Jan 2003;16(1):1-6.
Abdul Matin Khan, Abdul Hameed Khan, Muhammad Shoaib Akhtar, Bashir Ahmad, Alam Sher, Wilayat Ahmed Pharmacological screening of Cassia sophera for Hypoglycemic activity in normal and Diabetic Rabbits. Proceeding Shaikh Zayed Postgrad Med Inst Jun 2002;16(1):1-4.
Gilani A, Aziz N, Khurram I, Chaudhary K, Iqbal A Bronchodilator, spasmolytic and calcium antagonist activities of Nigella sativa seeds (Kalonji): a traditional herbal product with multiple medicinal uses. J Pak Med Assoc Mar 2001;51(3):115-20.
Nasir Ullah Khan, Ijaz Un Nabi, Sajid Yousaf, Saraf Mohammad Akhtar Foreign bodies in the Larynx and Tracheo-Bronchial Tree. Pak Armed Forces Med J Dec 2000;50(2):68-70.
Abdul Waheed, Nosheen Javaid, Shamim Ahmed, Shahid Qureshi Dal Mong and Rice Based Oral Rehydration Solution as compared to Glucose Electrolyte Solution in the treatment of Acute Diarrhea. Pak J Health Dec 1998;35(3-4):80-1.
------ Options -------
Print Selected Articles
Download Selected Articles to Citation Manager
For multiple keywords search, use commas separated keywords. e.g., diabetes mellitus, hepatitis C