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Articles by Abdul Ghaffar
Total Records ( 3 ) for Abdul Ghaffar
  Muhammad Akbar Khan , Abdul Ghaffar , Zulfiqar Ali , Umar Farooq , Zafar Hameed Bhatti and Muhammad Akhtar
  Twenty mammalian fossil specimens of varying preservational state are described from the Chinji Formation of Dhulian, Pakistan. The remains described in this study are all teeth and represent the Proboscidea, Perissodactyla and Artiodactyla. All the dental specimens are new variants recorded here for the first time. Pliotriplopus dhulianensis is new to science having small size and absence of crista than Pliotriplopus chinjiensis. These findings extend the geographic distribution of this dentally highly derived Triplopinae, which was previously restricted to a single species, Pliotriplopus chinjiensis. Additional fossils of the three mammalian orders are necessary to shed new light on the phylogenetic relationships within the first representatives of the orders in Eurasia. A very important, deciduous tooth of the species Stegolophodon cautleyi hitherto unknown is described in this report.
  Abdul Ghaffar , Muhammad Akbar Khan , Muhammad Akhtar , Muhammad Anwar Qureshi , Umar Farooq and M. Nazir
  A well-preserved mandibular ramus having M2-3 is collected from Chinji formation of the Siwalik Hills of Pakistan. The fossil material is collected from the Chinji formation. The Chinji Formation is a type locality (Lat. 32°41’N: Long. 72°22’E) named after Chinji village situated in Chakwal district. The diagnostic features exhibited by the specimen reveal that it belongs to a large species of family Cervidae that is Cervus sivalensis. This dental material of the family Cervidae is reported from late Miocene of the Chinji formation (14.2-11.2 ma). Prior to this, the family Cervidae is reported from Pliocene to Pleistocene (Dhokpathan-Soan formations) only in the Siwaliks of Pakistan. This finding extends the range of the family Cervidae in the Siwaliks of Pakistan from Pleistocene to Miocene times and is a new clue for the evolutionary study of the family Cervidae.
  Aftab Ahmad , Munir Ahmad Sheikh , Muhammad Nawaz , Muhammad Shahid , Abdul Ghaffar and Shakeela Naz
  Biodisposition of drug was investigated in male volunteers following the oral dose of 250mg. Blood samples were collected after predetermined schedule and drug concentration was determined by microbiological assay. The two compartment model kinetics analysis of plasma clarithromycin concentration versus time data revealed that the average ± SD values of t1/2ß, clearance and volume of distribution are 1.36±0.14h, 20.43±3.04 l/h and 39.91±1.461 l/kg respectively. The absorption rate constant, area under curve (AUC) and mean resident time with ± SD are 0.51±0.05h, 12.36±1.43 h.mg/l and 4.17±43 h respectively.
 
 
 
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