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Articles by Musa Kaleem Baloch
Total Records ( 2 ) for Musa Kaleem Baloch
  Muhammad Ashfaq , M.I. Khan and Musa Kaleem Baloch
  The synthesis and spectroscopic investigations like 1H-, 13C-NMR of novel organotin (IV) esters are described. The FT IR study is successfully applied to verify the bonding mode of endo and exo status of tin (IV) of the dimeric nature of organotin (IV) compound 2. In vitro ED50, bactericidal, fungicidal, bioactivities are investigated, which indicate them significantly potential biocides. Based on spectroscopic analysis and literature evidences, the mono-and dimmer organotin (IV) esters are assigned tetrahedral and distorted octahedral cage type geometry.
  Irshad Ali , Mohammad Shoib Khan , Musa Kaleem Baloch and Gul Majid Khan
  The study was conducted to analyzed plasma/serum of azo-ospermic, oligospermic and asthenospermic men for metabolic, renal and hepatic functions to observe the relationship between fertile and infertile states. Simple and valid tests such as biochemical analysis for sugar (metabolic test), urea and creatinine (renal function test) and serum glutamate pyruvate transaminase (SGPT) and serum bilirubin (hepatic function test) were performed employing commercially available reagents (kits) and spectrophotometer. Four groups of patients, including an azoospermic, oligospermic, asthenospermic and normospermic group, were examined for the said purpose. The results suggested that there was no remarkable difference in various physiological functions between the fertile and infertile states.
 
 
 
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