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Articles by Allah Bux Ghanghro
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  Allah Bux Ghanghro and Arshad Hussain Laghari
  A cross-sectional study to examine the association of urinary tract infection (UTI) with protein-energy malnutrition and microcytic hypochromic anemia (Iron deficiency anemia) was conducted among children in southern sindh Pakistan. A total of 150 children aged up to 5 years were studied. The data were collected using structured questionnaires, anthropometric measurements and laboratory analysis of blood and Urine samples. The results showed that 31.6% of the children were infected with Escherichia coli, while 56.5, 41.3 and 15.1% had significant underweight, stunting and wasting, respectively. Urinary tract infection with Escherichia coli was statistically identified as a strong predictor of significant wasting in this study population.
  Shaista Khan , A.N. Memon , Allah Bux Ghanghro and Ibtessam Tahir
  Wheat is most widely cultivated cereal and important source of food and protein worldwide. Wheat is a staple diet containing most of the ingredient, for wide range of food. The unique property of wheat flour is to form dough and this property is due to gluten required for making preparation of chapatti and bread. Fractionation and characterization of seed storage proteins of fourteen wheat varieties cultivated in sindh was carried out by Sodium Dodecyle Sulphate Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE). Wheat grains of fourteen (14) varieties were collected from different region of sindh (Pakistan). Electrogram of each variety were calculated by Jaccard’s Similarity Index (JSI). Genetic diversity of different sindh wheat varieties was measured by constructing dendogram of High Molecular Weight (HMW) and Low Molecular Weight (LMW) gluten sub unit bands. The dendrogram profile data showed the variation in the number and position of bands from one variety to the other, while some bands are common.
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