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Mohammad Ataur Rahman

Mohammad Ataur Rahman, Pakistani biochemist (Ajmer, British India 24 June 1929 – Karachi 26 September 2015)


Authored over 200 research papers and 6 books


ACHIEVEMENTS

Developed animal model of malnutrition

Demonstrated that the malnutrition can be successfully overcame by especially reconstituted vegetable protein-rich diet

Showed that the glycolytic pathway plays important role in diabetics as well as in senile cataract formation

His studies on urolithiasis and schizophrenia have attracted international recognition


SOME BIBLIOGRAPHY

With A. Gul & S,N, Hasnain. Role of fructose concentration on cataractogenesis in senile diabetic and non-diabetic patients. Graefes Arch Clin Exp Ophthalmol. 247(6):809-14, 2008

With M. Abdulkader. Studies on the biochemical characteristics of malnutrition in Pakistani infants and children. Brit. J. Nutrition 28:191, 1992

With A. Khanam & B. Rahman. Role of vitamins in urolithiasis. Biomed. Pharmacother. 42:609, 1988  

With B. Rahman & Z. Hassan. Variation of copper and ceruloplasmin levels with liver function tests in schizophrenic patients. Biomed. Express. 29:238-41, 1978

With B. Rahman & Z. Hassan. Copper and ceruloplasmin in schizophrenia. Biochem. Soc. Trans. 4:1138-9, 1976

With G. Ahmad. Effects of undernutrition and protein malnutrition on brain chemistry. J. Nutr. 105:1090, 1975

With T. Khan. Prevalence of liver function impairment in women of child bearing ages. J. Pak. Med. Ass. 22:94, 1972

With S. Shahjehan. Studies on the etiology of urolithiasis in Karachi. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 24(1):32-7, 1971

With B. Parveen & Z. Hassan. Serum pseudocholinesterase activity in schizophrenia. Clin. Chim. Acta 30:497, 1970

With N. Afroze & B. Ketorski. Significance of urinary urea-creatinine and hydroxyproline ratios in protein malnutrition. Pak. J. Biochem. 3:29, 1970