7. Reproductive Biology
At AKU, the group has a strong and long standing interest in reproductive biology research. It represents a broad level of competence in this front edge area of research in reproductive health. The work on 'Testosterone and Cytokine interaction during fertility regulation' for example, is expected to yield results important for the treatment of endocrine and inflammatory disorders. Similarly the work on 'Effects of Anxiety and Tolerance Development induced by Anxiolytics on Reproduction Functions in the Rat ' will be of value for the purpose of creating awareness among the health professionals and general public regarding potential hazards associated with anxiolytics uncontrolled use.
- Effects of Anxiety and Tolerance Development induced by Anxiolytics on Reproduction Functions in the Rat
- Role of Testosterone and Cytokines Interaction during Fertility Regulation
- Serotoninergic mechanisms and modulation of female reproductive functions
- Maternal drug abuse and changes in the hypothalamo-pituitary-gonadal functions in the female rat and their offspring
- Studies on the abortifacient activity of medicinal plants in mammals