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University of Gujrat

EducationGujrat, Pakistan
About: University of Gujrat is a education organization based out in Gujrat, Pakistan. It is known for research contribution in the topics: Band gap & Photocatalysis. The organization has 1518 authors who have published 2317 publications receiving 25705 citations.


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TL;DR: In the last several years, in serious consideration of the worldwide economic and environmental pollution issues there has been increasing research interest in the value of bio-sourced lignocellu....

670 citations

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TL;DR: This review describes the methods of green synthesis for Ag-NPs and their numerous applications and describes the comparison of efficient synthesis methods via green routes over physical and chemical methods, which provide strong evidence for the selection of suitable method for the synthesis of Ag-Ns.
Abstract: Development of reliable and eco-accommodating methods for the synthesis of nanoparticles is a vital step in the field of nanotechnology. Silver nanoparticles are important because of their exceptional chemical, physical, and biological properties, and hence applications. In the last decade, numerous efforts were made to develop green methods of synthesis to avoid the hazardous byproducts. This review describes the methods of green synthesis for Ag-NPs and their numerous applications. It also describes the comparison of efficient synthesis methods via green routes over physical and chemical methods, which provide strong evidence for the selection of suitable method for the synthesis of Ag-NPs.

502 citations

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TL;DR: This paper explored the effect of the amounts of natural resources, human capital, and foreign direct investment on the ecological footprint in the presence of energy consumption and economic growth using US data from 1970 to 2015.

401 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the current progress on the production of FDCA from 5-hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF) has been comprehensively reviewed, focusing on the chemical-catalytic approaches.

394 citations

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TL;DR: Effort has been made through this comprehensive review to highlight the recent developments and milestones achieved in cancer therapies using phytomolecules with their mechanism of action on nuclear and cellular factors.
Abstract: Cancer is a frightful disease and represents one of the biggest health-care issues for the human race and demands a proactive strategy for cure. Plants are reservoirs for novel chemical entities and provide a promising line for research on cancer. Hitherto, being effective, chemotherapy is accompanied by certain unbearable side effects. Nevertheless, plants and plant derived products is a revolutionizing field as these are Simple, safer, eco-friendly, low-cost, fast, and less toxic as compared with conventional treatment methods. Phytochemicals are selective in their functions and acts specifically on tumor cells without affecting normal cells. Carcinogenesis is complex phenomena that involves many signaling cascades. Phytochemicals are considered suitable candidates for anticancer drug development due to their pleiotropic actions on target events with multiple manners. The research is in progress for developing potential candidates (those can block or slow down the growth of cancer cells without any side effects) from these phytochemicals. Many phytochemicals and their derived analogs have been identified as potential candidates for anticancer therapy. Effort has been made through this comprehensive review to highlight the recent developments and milestones achieved in cancer therapies using phytomolecules with their mechanism of action on nuclear and cellular factors. Furthermore, drugs for cancer treatment and their limitations have also been discussed.

389 citations


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NameH-indexPapersCitations
Muhammad Imran94305351728
Muhammad Shahbaz92100134170
Muhammad Farooq92134137533
Muhammad Tahir65163623892
Muhammad Rizwan6478016992
Muhammad Bilal6372014720
Muhammad Arif6382616762
Muhammad Usman61120324848
Muhammad Saleem60101718396
Muhammad Sajid5249510089
Muhammad Zubair5180610265
Umer Rashid5138110081
Muhammad Hamayun441836104
Iftikhar Ahmad415157236
Ghulam Abbas404396396
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No. of papers from the Institution in previous years
YearPapers
202315
202257
2021531
2020457
2019326
2018238