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Meet the Scientist: MAHA HAMMAD

Understanding G Protein-Coupled Receptors (GPCRs) is critical for improving drug discovery whether by determining the ligands that bind a receptor or identifying the proteins that regulate such interactions and hence the physiological function of the receptor.

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Unit are granted a patent

'Use of MicroRNA-103 as Inhibitor for dyslipidemia by repressing ANGPTL8 gene"

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Exploring the Link Between Genes

A striking feature of COVID-19 has been the variability in outcome, which ranges from silent infection in some patients to fatality in others, as well the ‘long COVID’ that afflicts some.

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New Model Sheds Light on the Link

The autonomic nervous system is a control system that governs body activities such as digestion, respiratory rate, pupillary response, and heart rate in a mostly unconscious manner.

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Researchers Participate in Nature Arti...

Recent evidence emerges showing that COVID-19 may cause diabetes in patients with no previous history of diabetes. It has been well-established in the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic...

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DDI announces the official establishment of portal or...

PORTAL was decreed in 2019 by DG Dr. Qais Al-Duwairi to educate and engage the public sector in the research...

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DDI GENOMICS team prove that SARS-COV-2 VIRUS...

Explore the most recent advances in the world of diabetes and related complications published in...

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IRAP, A novel biomarker of prediabetes...

A typical human genome comprises around 3 billion letters (nucleotide bases); however, only a tiny...

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