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  1. Akbar, N., Hussain, K., Khalid, M., Siddiqui, R., Shah, M.R. and Khan, N.A., 2023. Azole and 5-nitroimidazole based nanoformulations are potential antiamoebic drug candidates against brain-eating amoebae. Journal of Applied Microbiology, 134(4), p.lxad072.

  2. Dash, N.R., Barqawi, H.J., Obaideen, A.A., Al Chame, H.Q., Samara, K.A., Qadri, R. and Eldesouki, S., 2023. COVID-19 Breakthrough Infection Among Vaccinated Population in the United Arab Emirates. Journal of Epidemiology and Global Health, 13(1), pp.67-90.

  3. Akbar, N., El-Gamal, M.I., Zaraei, S.O., Saeed, B.Q., Khan, N.A. and Siddiqui, R., 2023. Anti-amoebic activity of a series of benzofuran/benzothiophene derivatives against Acanthamoeba castellanii belonging to the T4 genotype. Journal of Applied Microbiology, 134(1), p.lxac030.

  4. Akbar, N., Siddiqui, R., El-Gamal, M.I., Zaraei, S.O., Alawfi, B.S. and Khan, N.A., 2023. The anti-amoebic potential of carboxamide derivatives containing sulfonyl or sulfamoyl moieties against brain-eating Naegleria fowleri. Parasitology Research, pp.1-10.

  5. Akbar, N., Kawish, M., Jabri, T., Khan, N.A., Shah, M.R. and Siddiqui, R., 2023. Cinnamic acid and lactobionic acid based nanoformulations as a potential antiamoebic therapeutics. Experimental Parasitology, 246, p.108474

  6. Akbar, N., Kaman, W.E., Sarink, M., Nazmi, K., Bikker, F.J., Khan, N.A. and Siddiqui, R., 2022. Novel Antiamoebic tyrocidine-derived peptide against brain-eating amoebae. ACS omega, 7(33), pp.28797-28805.

  7. Siddiqui, R., Akbar, N., Soares, N.C., Al-Hroub, H.M., Semreen, M.H., Maciver, S.K. and Khan, N.A., 2023. Mass spectrometric analysis of bioactive conditioned media of bacteria isolated from reptilian gut. Future Science OA, 9(5), p.FSO861.

  8. Abdelnasir, S., Mungroo, M.R., Chew, J., Siddiqui, R., Khan, N.A., Ahmad, I., Shahabuddin, S. and Anwar, A., 2023. Applications of Polyaniline-Based Molybdenum Disulfide Nanoparticles against Brain-Eating Amoebae. ACS omega, 8(9), pp.8237-8247.

  9. Ong, K.L., Stafford, L.K., McLaughlin, S.A., Boyko, E.J., Vollset, S.E., Smith, A.E., Dalton, B.E., Duprey, J., Cruz, J.A., Hagins, H. and Lindstedt, P.A., 2023. Global, regional, and national burden of diabetes from 1990 to 2021, with projections of prevalence to 2050: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2021. The Lancet, 402 (10397), p. 203-234.

  10. Siddiqui, R., Makhlouf, Z., Akbar, N., Khamis, M., Ibrahim, T., Khan, A.S. and Khan, N.A., 2023. Antiamoebic properties of Methyltrioctylammonium chloride based deep eutectic solvents. Contact Lens and Anterior Eye, 46(2), p.101758.

  11. Elmoselhi, A., Seif Allah, M., Bouzid, A., Ibrahim, Z., Bajbouj, K., Abou Assaleh, R., Venkatachalam, T., Siddiqui, R., Khan, N. and Hamoudi, R., 2023. Identifying Molecular Mechanisms and Biomarkers for Arterial Stiffness in Vitamin D Deficiency, Obese, and Diabetic Patients. Physiology, 38(S1), p.5732246.

  12. AL Bataineh, M.T., Soares, N.C., Semreen, M.H., Cacciatore, S., Dash, N.R., Hamad, M., Mousa, M.K., Salam, J.S.A., Al Gharaibeh, M.F., Zerbini, L.F. and Hamad, M., 2021. Candida albicans PPG1, a serine/threonine phosphatase, plays a vital role in central carbon metabolisms under filament-inducing conditions: A multi-omics approach. Plos one, 16(12), p.e0259588.

  13. Akbar, N., Kawish, M., Jabri, T., Khan, N.A., Shah, M.R. and Siddiqui, R., 2022. Enhancing efficacy of existing antibacterials against selected multiple drug resistant bacteria using cinnamic acid-coated magnetic iron oxide and mesoporous silica nanoparticles. Pathogens and Global Health, 116(7), pp.438-454.

  14. Elmoselhi, A.B., Seif Allah, M., Bouzid, A., Ibrahim, Z., Venkatachalam, T., Siddiqui, R., Khan, N.A. and Hamoudi, R.A., 2023. Circulating microRNAs as potential biomarkers of early vascular damage in vitamin D deficiency, obese, and diabetic patients. Plos one, 18(3), p.e0283608.

  15. Bataineh, M.T.A., Cacciatore, S., Semreen, M.H., Dash, N.R., Soares, N.C., Zhu, X., Mousa, M.K., Salam, J.S.A., Zerbini, L.F., Hajjo, R. and Hamad, M., 2022. Exploring the effect of estrogen on Candida albicans hyphal cell wall glycans and ergosterol synthesis. Frontiers in cellular and infection microbiology, 12, p.977157.