DR SHARIQUE ALI’S TOP 150 PUBLICATIONS

  1. Ali SA, Parveen N and Ali AS. (2018). Recent updates on pathogenesis of vitiligo and melanocytes regeneration using herbal extracts. In: Herbal Medicines Back to Future,  Edited By Nobel Laureate Ferid Murad & AU Rahman  Bentham Science Publishers USA (In-Press).
  2. Ali SA,Parveen N, Ali AS. (2018). Links between Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) recommended foods and disease management: A review in the light of modern superfoods. International Journal of Health Sciences,Pub Med Thomson Reuters USA 12(2): 61–69. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5870322/
  3. Zaidi KU, Ali SA, Ali AS. (2018).Purified Mushroom Tyrosinase Induced Melanogenic Protein Expression in B16F10 Melanocytes: A Quantitative Densitometric Analysis.The Open Medicinal Chemistry Journal. 12, 36-47. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5842399/
  4. Ali SA and Naaz I. (2018). Biochemical aspects of mammalian melanocytes and the emerging role of melanocyte stem cells in dermatological therapies. International Journal of Health Sciences Pub Med, Thomson Reuters USA 12(1): 69-76. https://ijhs.org.sa/index.php/journal/article/view/2180
  5. Ali S.A. (2018). Recent advances in treatment of skin disorders using herbal products. Editorial For Journal of Skin,USA 1(1):6 https://www.pulsus.com/scholarly-articles/recent-advances-in-treatment-of-skin-disorders-using-herbal-products.pdf
  6. Khan N, Ali SA and Parveen N. (2017). The intricacies of vitiligo with reference to recent updates in treatment modalities.European Journal Of Pharmaceutical And Medical Research,5(02), 187-196 http://www.ejpmr.com/admin/assets/article_issue/1517395039.pdf
  7. Zaidi KU,Ali SA, Ali AS. (2017). Pluripotent Stem Cell Technology: A Promising Remedy for Hypopigmentation Disorders.Journal of Stem Cell Research & Therapeutics 2 (5), 1-4 http://medcraveonline.com/JSRT/JSRT-02-00080.pdf
  8. Parveen N, Zaidi KU,Ali SA andAli AS. (2017). Microarray as high throughput tool for tyrosinase gene expression analysis. MOJ Proteomics & Bioinformatics 6(2): 1-4 http://medcraveonline.com/MOJPB/MOJPB-06-00190.php
  9. Ali SA and Khan Z. (2017). Update on pesticide exposure and Parkinson’s disease: A review. European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research, 4(8): 224-234. http://www.ejpmr.com/admin/assets/article_issue/1501482147.pdf
  10. Zaidi KU,Ali SA andAli AS, ThawaniV. (2017). Natural Melanogenesis Stimulator a Potential Tool for the Treatment of Hypopigmentation Disease. International Journal of Molecular Biology 2(1): 1-5. http://medcraveonline.com/IJMBOA/IJMBOA-02-00012.pdf
  11. Ali SA, Naaz I, Zaidi KU and Ali AS. (2017). Recent updates on melanocyte biology and the use of promising bioactive compounds for the treatment of hypopigmentary disorders: A review. Mini Reviews in Medicinal Chemistry, 17(9)-785-798. http://www.eurekaselect.com/148692/article
  12. Zaidi KU,Ali SA andAli AS.(2017). Melanogenic effect of purified mushroom tyrosinase on B16F10 melanocytes: A phase contrast and immunofluorescence microscopic study.Journal of Microscopy and Ultrastructure  Elsevier 5(2): 82-89 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2213879X16300244
  13. Zaidi KU,Ali SA andAli AS. (2016). Effect of purified mushroom tyrosinase on melanin content and melanogenic protein expression. Biotechnology Research International. Volume 2016, Article ID 9706214, 8 pages. https://www.hindawi.com/journals/btri/2016/9706214/
  14. JakkalaLK, Ali SA, ChoudaryRK, Mahor G (2016). Protective role of Aloe veraagainst aluminium induced changes in liver enzymes activity (alt, ast and alp) of albino rats, Rattusnorvegicus; World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Vol 5(10), 1321-1333. www.wjpps.com/download/article/1475573904.pdf
  15. Jakkala LK andAli SA. (2016). Aloe veraprotects the aluminium induced changes in testicular enzymes activity of albino rats, Rattusnorvegicus.World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical SciencesVol 5(5) 1091-1104. www.wjpps.com/download/article/1462155547.pdf
  16. JakkalaLK, Ali SA, ChoudaryRK, Mahor G (2016).Aloe veraprotects the aluminium induced changes in liver enzymes activity of albino rats, Rattusnorvegicus,World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences2016 – Volume 5(6); 1289-1300 https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/b2e9/b19e2233ae6d6dbd39c6c9f9fb8870e9bfc3.pdf
  17. Parveen N, Ali SA, Ali AS (2016). Respirocytes: the artificial red blood cells and their role in blood transfusion. International Journal of Advanced  Research in Science, Humanities & Engineering Vol 2 No 1 43-48. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/323473149_Respirocytes_the_artificial_red_blood_cells_and_their_role_in_blood_transfusion
  18. Zaidi KU, Ali AS and Ali SA. (2015). Purification and characterization of high potential tyrosinase frommacrofungi and its appliance in food engineering. Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology & Food Sciences 5(3): 203-206 https://www.researchgate.net/publication/297680206_Purification_and_characterization_of_high_potential_tyrosinase_from_macrofungi_and_its_appliance_in_food_engineering
  19. Jakkala LK, Ali SA (2016).   Protective role of Aloveveraagainst Aluminum induced changes in the body weight reduction of albino rats, RattusnorvegicusAsian Journal of Pharmacology and Toxicology, 04(15); 33-38. https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/b2e9/b19e2233ae6d6dbd39c6c9f9fb8870e9bfc3.pdf
  20. Jakkala LK andAli SA. (2015). Amelioration of the toxic effects of aluminium induced histopathological changes in testis of albino rats by Aloe vera. World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical SciencesVol 5(5) 806-814. www.wjpps.com/download/article/1461933136.pdf
  21. Mahor G and Ali SA. (2015) An update on the role of medicinal plants in amelioration of aluminiumtoxicityBiosc.Biotech.Res.Comm. Vol 8 (2) 177-188 http://bbrc.in/bbrc/papers/pdf%20files/Volume%208%20-%20No%202%20-%202015/14.pdf
  22. Jakkala LK and Ali SA. (2015).Aloe vera protects aluminium induced changes in brain enzyme activity of albino rats, Rattusnorvegicus. BBRCVol 8(2) 197-203 https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/b2e9/b19e2233ae6d6dbd39c6c9f9fb8870e9bfc3.pdf
  23. Ali SA, KhanSA, Naaz I and AliAS. (2015). Adverse health effects of pesticide exposure in workers of a pesticide manufacturing factory BBRCVol 8 No.(2) 208-212 www.bbrc.in/Contents/Dec2015/19.pdf
  24. Jakkala LK and Ali SA(2015).Aloe veraprotects the aluminium induced degenerative changes in liver and kidney of albino rats, Rattusrattus. Journal of Global Biosciences, Volume 4(8)(2015),p3158-3164 https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/b2e9/b19e2233ae6d6dbd39c6c9f9fb8870e9bfc3.pdf
  25. Jakkala LK and Ali SA(2015).  Amelioration of the toxic effects of aluminium induced neuro degenerative changes in brain of albino rats by Aloe vera. Journal of Global Biosciences, Vol 4(8)(2015),p3171-3177 https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/71f4/b45cce7c11779412dbe1ebce38838f0cfd19.pdf
  26. Prasad S,  Ali SA, BanerjeeP, JoshiJ, SharmaU, and Vijh RK. (2015). Population genetic structure of the camel, Camelusdromedarius based on microsatellite loci: Knock-on effect for conservation BBRC Vol.8 No.(2) 153-160 bbrc.in/bbrc/papers/pdf%20files/Volume%208%20-%20No%202%20…/11.pdf
  27. Ali SA, Choudhary RK, Naaz I, Khan N, Sajid M, Galgut J, Miraj M, Jakkala L and Ali AS. (2015). Comparative characterization and scientific validation of certain plant extracts from their biomedical importance. Biosci. Biotech. Res. Comm, 8(1): 57-64. https://scholar.google.com/scholar?cluster=12395317433353439955&hl=en&oi=scholarr
  28. Ali SA, Choudhary RK, Naaz I and Ali AS. (2015). Understanding the challenges of melanogenesis, key role of bioactive compounds in the treatment of hyperpigmentary disorders. Journal of Pigmentary Disorders, 2(11) https://scholar.google.com/scholar?cluster=15240944224011302399&hl=en&oi=scholarr
  29. Miraj M and Ali SA. (2015). Body weight responses of carrageenan induced arthritic rats during their treatment with different application of curcumin. Biotech. Res. Comm. 7(2): 163-165. http://bbrc.in/Contents/Dec14/BBRC3_012.WEB.pdf
  30. Ali SA and Naaz I. (2015). Understanding the ultrastructural aspects of berberine induced skin darkening activity in the toad, BufomelanostictusJournal of Microscopy and Ultrastructure, Elsevier USA, 3(4): 210-219(doi:10.1016/j.jmau.2015.07.001) https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2213879X15000577
  31. Ali SA and Naaz I.(2015). Current challenges in understanding the story of skin pigmentation: Bridging the morpho-anatomical and functional aspects of mammalian melanocytes. In: Muscle Cell and Tissue. Pp 262-285.Kunihiro Sakuma(Ed.) InTech Open House, Europe, USA.ISBN 978-953-51-2156-5, Published: September 2, 2015. https://www.intechopen.com/books/muscle-cell-and-tissue/current-challenges-in-understanding-the-story-of-skin-pigmentation-bridging-the-morpho-anatomical-an
  32. Prasad S, Ali SA, Vijh RK. (2015). Genetic and demographic bottleneck analysis of Malvi Camel breed by Microsatellite markers. Camel Research and Practices Vol 4 No 3 45-49 https://www.researchgate.net/publication/281564267_Genetic_and_demographic_bottleneck_analysis_of_malvi_camel_breed_by_microsatellite_markers
  33. Prasad S, Ali SA, Vijh RK. (2015). Population genetics structure of the Camel (Camelusdromedarius) based on microsatellite loci: knock-on effect for conservation Ind J of Animal Sci 3 4-46-49. bbrc.in/bbrc/papers/pdf%20files/Volume%208%20-%20No%202%20…/11.pdf
  34. Prasad S, Ali SA, Vijh RK. (2015). RNA-Seq: A revolutionary tool DNA J of Life 12 /4 34-45
  35. Prasad S, Ali SA, Banerjee P, Joshi J, Sharma U, Vijh RK. (2014). Genetic characterization of Malvi Camel using Microsatellite markers. International Journal of Biomedical & Life Sciences, 5(1) 29-38. https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/ecb2/e4d590b64fc10a57cc36cca6abb9b3fed50a.pdf
  36. Prasad S, Ali SA, Banerjee P, Joshi J, Sharma U, Vijh RK. (2014). Identification of SNPs and their validation in camel (Camelusdromedarius). IOSR Journal of Agriculture and Veterinary Science (IOSR-JAVS) 7(2):65-70. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/272420492_Identification_of_SNPs_and_their_validation_in_camel_Camelus_bactrianus_and_Camelus_dromedarius
  37.  Ali SA (2014).The dilemma of quality publication and its benefits in India.Current Science (Indian Academy of Science Bangalore) August 25th107- No.4, 559 http://www.currentscience.ac.in/
  38.  KhanN and Ali SA.(2014). HPLC-MS analysis of isoliquiritigenin from the rootextract of Glycyrrhizaglabrafor developing a novel depigmenting agent. Biotech. Res. Comm. 7(1): 89-93 (2014) bbrc.in/bbrc/papers/pdf%20files/…%20Jun%202014/BBRC_017.pdf
  39. Ali SA, Khan SA, NaazI and Ali AS. (2014). Adverse health effects of pesticide exposure in workers of a pesticide manufacturing factory of Bhopal Journal of Clinical Toxicology Vol 3 No 5 78-84. www.bbrc.in/Contents/Dec2015/19.pdf
  40. Choudhary A, AS Ali and SA Ali. (2014). Adverse health effects of organophosphate pesticides among occupationally exposed farm sprayers : A case study of Bhopal Madhya Pradesh, India Asian Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences 4 (35) 29-34. https://www.alliedacademies.org/articles/adverse-health-effects-of-organophosphate-pesticides-among-occupationally-exposed-farm-sprayers-a-case-study-of-bhopal-madhya-prad.pdf
  41. Ali SAandNaaz I. (2014). Comparative light and electron microscopic analysis of dorsal skin melanophores of Indian toad,Bufomelanostictus. Journal of Microscopy and Ultrastructure, Elsevier USA, 2: 230-235. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2213879X14000601
  42. Zaidi KU, Ali SA, Ali ASandNaaz I. (2014).Microbial tyrosinase: promising enzyme for pharmaceutical, food bio-processing and environmental industries. Biochemical Research International, USA Vol. 2014 (Article ID-854687,15 page). https://www.hindawi.com/journals/bri/2014/854687/
  43. Khan N and Ali SA. (2014). Quantitative determination of Eugenol in aqueous extract ofOcimum sanctum by High Performance Thin Layer Chromatography. Journal of Pharmacy Research8(8),1158-1161. jprsolutions.info/files/final-file-580389587466a3.90221282.pdf
  44.  Ali SA, Naaz I and Choudhary RK. (2014). Berberine induced pigment dispersion in Bufomelanostictusmelanophores by stimulation of beta-2 adrenergic receptors. Recep. Sign. Transd. (Informa, USA) 34(1):15-20. www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.3109/10799893.2013.843193
  45. Choudhary A, Ali AS and Ali SA. (2014). Organophosphate pesticides exposure induces neurological disorders in the farm sprayers of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. Biotech. Res. Comm. 7(1) 58-61 bbrc.in/bbrc/papers/pdf%20files/Volume%207%20…/BBRC_012.pdf
  46. Zaidi KU, Ali AS and Ali SA. (2014). Purification and Characterization of Melanogenic Enzyme Tyrosinase from Button Mushroom. Enzyme Research, Volume 2014 (2014), Article ID 120739, 6 pages. https://www.hindawi.com/journals/er/2014/120739/
  47. Choudhary A, Ali AS and Ali SA. (2014). Short and long term exposure dependent assessment of organophosphate pesticides in farm sprayers of Bhopal. International Journal of Toxicology Vol 11 21 -32 http://journals.sagepub.com/home/ijt
  48.  Choudhary A, Ali AS and Ali SA. (2013). Assessment of certain biochemical responses of organophosphate pesticide sprayers of Bhopal. Interdisciplinary  J of Toxicology Vol 17 56-64 https://content.sciendo.com/view/journals/intox/intox-overview.xml
  49. Sajid M and Ali SA. (2013).HPTLC analysis of piperine from Piper nigrum, a possible candidate for vitiligo treatment. Biotech. Res. Comm. 6(1): 107-109. http://bbrc.in/bbrc/papers/pdf%20files/Volume%206%20-%20No%201%20-%20Jun%202013/22.pdf
  50.  Zaidi KU, Manil A, Ali AS and Ali SA. (2013).Evaluation of tyrosinase producing endophytic fungi from Calotropisgigantea, Azadirachtaindica, Ocimumtenuiflorumand Lantana camara. Annual Review & Research in Biology 3(4): 389-396 www.journalrepository.org/media/…9/…/1371189954-Zaidi342013ARRB3495.pdf
  51.  Salim S, Ali AS and Ali SA. (2013). 5-HT receptors subtypes as key regulators in causing pigment dispersion within the melanophores of mossambicus. Comp. Biochem. Physiology. Elsevier USA (Part B) 164(2): 117-23. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1096495912001844
  52. Singh A, Vajpayee M, Ali SA, Chauhan NK. (2013). Loss of RORγt DNA binding activity inhibits IL-17 expression in HIV-1 infected Indian individuals.ViralImmunol. USA26(1): 60-70. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23409930
  53. Singh A, Vajpayee M, Ali SA, Chauhan NK. (2013). Cellular interplay among Th17, Th1 and Treg cells in HIV-1 subtype C infection. Journal of Medical Virology (John Wiley) DOI 10.01002/jmv.23810. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/jmv.23810
  54. Ali SA, Salim S, Sahni T, Peter J and Ali AS.(2012c). Serotonin receptors as novel targets for optimizing skin pigmentary responses in Indian bullfrog British Journal of Pharmacology, U.K. The British Pharmacological Society165(5): 1515–1525 John Wiley UK https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3372734/
  55. Ali SA, Choudhary RK and Jakkala LK. (2012). Quantitative estimation of Aloin from Aloe veraleaf extracts by High Performance Thin Layer Chromatography. Biotech. Res. Comm. 5(2): 206-209. http://bbrc.in/bbrc/papers/pdf%20files/Volume%205%20-%20No%202%20-%20Dec%202012/15.pdfSalim S andAli SA. (2012). Melanophores : The smooth Muscle Cells in Disguise In: Current Basic and Pathological Approaches to the Function of Muscle Cells and Tissues – From Molecules to Humans.Pp 133-158.Harou Sugi (Ed.) InTech Open House. ISBN 980-953-307-029-7 Europe, USA https://www.intechopen.com/books/current-basic-and-pathological-approaches-to-the-function-of-muscle-cells-and-tissues-from-molecules-to-humans/melanophores-smooth-muscle-cells-in-disguise
  56. Singh A, Vajpayee M, Ali SA, K Mojumdar and Chauhan NK. (2012). HIV-1 diseases progression associated with loss of Th17 cells in subtype ‘C’ infection, Cytokine ElsevierUSA60(1): 55–63 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1043466612005339
  57. Salim S, Ali SA and AliAS.(2012a).The Peripheral bearing of Serotonergic receptors and their cross interaction: a key mien in Vertebrate Skin Pigmentation. IISTE, USA. www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/index
  58. Salim S, Ali AS and Ali SA. (2012b). Auto-regulatory role of novel histamine H3 Like receptors (H3R) and subsequent modulation of adrenergic induced aggregation in the pigmentary responses of Pharmacologia   UK Science Reuters 3 (8): 325-335. https://scialert.net/fulltext/?doi=pharmacologia.2012.325.335
  59.  Salim S, Ali AS and Ali SA. (2012c).On the role of Histaminergic receptors as regulators of pigmentary responses in mossambicusmelanophores. Journ. Recep. Sign. TransdUSA32(6): 314-20. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.3109/10799893.2012.729061
  60.  Vajpayee M, Singh A, Ali SA, Kumar N, and Singh R. (2012).Immunodynamics of Th17 cells in HIV-1 subtype C infection. BMC Infectious Disease Suppl., May 4 2012, DOI 10.1186/1471-2334-12-S-03. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3344698/
  61. Ali SA, Galgut JM and Choudhary RK.(2012). On the novel action of melanolysis by leaf extract of Aloe vera and its active ingredient aloin, the potent depigmenting agent. PlantaMedicaUK (Thieme) 78, 1-5 https://www.thieme-connect.com/DOI/DOI?10.1055/s-0031-1298406
  62. Chaudhari SA, Peter J, Galgut JM and Ali SA. (2012). Melanin Inhibitory and melanin stimulatory effects of extracts of Chlorophytumtuberosum and Chlorophytumborivilianum on isolated fish scale melanophores. African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacological Research,6 (12): 919-923 https://www.academicjournals.org/journal/AJPP/article-stat/905B30235214
  63. Galgut J.M. and Ali SA. (2012). Hesperidin induced melanophoreaggregatory responses in tadpole of Bufomelanostictus via α-adrenoceptors. Pharmacologia3(10): 519-524 (DOI 10.5567), Science Reuters (UK). https://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=pharmacologia.2012.519.524
  64.  Ali, S. A.and K. V. Meitei (2012). Withaniasomniferaroot extracts induce skin darkening in the wall lizard melanophoresvia stimulation of cholinergic receptors. Natural Product Research (UK),26(17): 1645–1648. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21950559
  65.  Meitei KV and Ali SA.(2012). Fig leaf extract and its bioactive compound psoraleninduces skin darkening effect in reptilian melanophores via cholinergic receptor stimulation.In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology – Animal. 48(6):335-33: Springer USA https://www.jstor.org/stable/41512864
  66. Ali SA andKV Meitei (2012).Nigella sativa seed extract and its bioactive compound thymoquinone the new melanogens causing hyperpigmentation in the wall lizard melanophores. of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, Great Britain Society UK (Wiley – Blackwell ) IF 3.0  63-741- 746 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21492177
  67.  Khaliq R, Ali SA, Zafar T, Farooq M and Bilal A. (2012). Effect of pollution on the fish diversity of Wularlake of Kashmir. Biotech. Res. Comm. 5(2): 158-161. <ahref=”http://bbrc.in/bbrc/papers/pdf%20files/Volume%205%20-%20No%202%20-%20Dec%202012/5.pdf”>http://bbrc.in/bbrc/papers/pdf%20files/Volume%205%20-%20No%202%20-%20Dec%202012/5.pdf
  68.  Khaliq R, Ali SA, Zafar T, Farooq M and Bilal A. (2012). Physiochemical status of Wular Lake in Kashmir. Journal of Chemical, Biological and Physical Sciences. 3(1) 631-636 http://www.jcbsc.org/
  69.  Ali SA and KV Meitei (2011) On the action and mechanism of withaferin-A from Withaniasomnifera a novel and potent melanin dispersing agent in frog melanophores. Journal of Receptors & Cell Transduction USA, 31(5): 367-373.(IF: 1.894) informahealthcare.com/doi/pdf/10.3109/10799893.2011.602414
  70.  Sultan and Ali SA. (2011) Psoraleacorylifolia extracts stimulate cholinergic like psoralen receptors of tadpole tail melanophores leading to skin darkening. Journal of Receptors & Cell Transduction USA.31(1):39-44,(doi:10.3109/10799893.2010.508164) www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.3109/10799893.2010.508164
  71.  Salim S and Ali SA. (2011) Vertebrate Melanophores as potential model for drug discovery and development: A Review.Mol.Biol. Letters UK. 16(1) :162-200 https://cmbl.biomedcentral.com/track/pdf/10.2478/s11658-010-0044-y?site=cmbl.biomedcentral.com
  72. Ali SA., Sultan, Galgut JM, Sharma R., Meitei KV and Ali AS. (2011): In vitro responses of fish melanophores to lyophilized extracts of Psoraleacorylifolia seed sand  pure psoralen Accepted in  Pharmaceutical Biology.USA  (doi:10.3109/ 10799893.2010.508164) https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.3109/13880209.2010.521164
  73. Salim S, Ali AS and Ali SA. (2011) Insights into the physio-modulatory role of histaminergic receptors in vertebrate skin pigmentation: Journal of Receptors and Signal transduction, USA. 31(2): 121-31. www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.3109/10799893.2011.552915
  74.  Peter J, Meitei KV, Ali AS and Ali SA. (2011) Role of histamine receptors in the pigmentary responses of the walllizard, Hemidactylusflaviviridis. Current Science 101(2): 226-229. https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/3134/f63dab68541b109f3e6097b496983b6437d4.pdf
  75.  Ali SA., Ali AS & Peter J (2011) Effect of Ultraviolet – B Radiation on the Skin Melanophores of Indian bullfrog Hoplobatrachustigerinus.BioScience. (USA), 2(4): 158-173 https://academic.oup.com/bioscience
  76. Galgut JM and Ali SA. (2011) Effect and mechanism of action of resveratrol: a novel melanolytic compound from the peanut skin of Journal of Receptors and Signal Transduction. 31 (5):374–384.USA https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.3109/10799893.2011.607170?journalCode=irst20
  77. Galgut JM, Ali SA and Peter J. (2011) Estimation of resveratrol in Arachishypogaea fruit skin extracts by High-Performance Thin-Layer Chromatography. Bioscience and Biotechnology Research Communication. 4 (1):37-40. bbrc.in/bbrc/papers/pdf%20files/Volume%204%20-%20No%201%20…/7.pdf
  78.  Galgut JM and Ali SA. (2011) Hesperidin induced melanophoreaggregatory responses in tadpole of Bufomelanostictus via α- adrenoceptors. PharmacologiaUK. 3(10):519-524 https://pharmacologia.com/fulltext/?doi=pharmacologia.2012.519.524
  79.  SajidM and Ali SA. (2011). Mediation of cholino-piperine like receptors by extracts of Piper nigrum induces melanin dispersion in Ranatigerina tadpole melanophores. J. Receptors & Signal Transduction, USA, 31 (4) :286-290(IF: 1.894) https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.3109/10799893.2011.583254?tab…top
  80.  Singh RK, Ali SA, Nath P and Sane VA (2011). Activation of ethylene-responsive p-hydroxy phenyl pyruvate dioxygenase leads to increased tocopherol levels during ripening of mango. Journal of Experimental Biology, 6; 1-11. https://academic.oup.com/jxb/article/62/10/3375/477648
  81.  Ali AS, Mitra J andAli SA. (2011). Biochemical markers for toxicological assessment A review Biochemical markers for toxicological assessment: Delhi Publishing Company: 117-131.
  82. Singh RK, Sane VA, Misra A, Ali SA, Nath P (2010): Members of Alcohol dehydrogenase gene family in mango express differentially during ripening.Phytochemistry, Elsevier USA71:1485–1494. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20598721
  83. Shaik NA, Jilani SP, Ali SA, Imran A and Rao DK (2010).Increased frequency of micronuclei in diabetes mellitus patients using pioglitazone and glimepiride in combination.Food and Chemical Toxicology. Elsevier, USA 48(12): 3432-3435. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20868721
  84. Awasthi D, Meitei KV, Mishra R. and Ali SA. (2009) Validation of harvesting period for obtaining optimum concentrations of withanoloidesfrom Withaniasomnifera at different phenological stages of plant Indian J. Tropical Biodiversity.17(2):129 -132. https://www.journalguide.com/indian-journal-of-tropical-biodiversity
  85. Yadav S and Ali SA. (2009). Cadmium hazards to Birds: A synoptic view. Hunt.4(2): 35-41. www.sgbaulib.com/…/Research%20Hunt%20Mar.%202010.pdf
  86. Yadav S, Ali AS &Ali SA. (2009). Vitamin A ameliorates toxic effects of cadmium in domestic fowl. Indian Journal of Poultry Science ICAR Govt of India New Delhi .44(3): 402-404 indianjournals.com/ijor.aspx?target=ijor:ijps&type=home
  87. Ali AS., Khan I and Ali SA. (2009). Bioremediation of contaminated soils using In Hand book of Agriculture Biotechnology, Ed DK Maheshwari International Publishers New Delhi
  88. Parveen A, Ali AS andAli SA. (2009). Role of shore line macrophytes in management and conservation of a tropical lake. Biotech. Res. Comm. 2 (2): 195-199 www.bbrc.in/
  89. Singh A and Ali SA. (2009). TH 17 Cells: New Members of T Helper (TH) Lymphocyte family Biotech. Res.Comm, 2(2): 133-138 www.bbrc.in/
  90. Ali SA and Metei KV. (2009). Identification and quantification of thymoquinione from the seeds of Nigella sativa Biotech.Res.Comm. 2(2): 250-251 www.bbrc.in/
  91. Pandey, Ali AS., Sajid M and Ali SA. (2008). Certain Biochemical studies on the Leaves of Medicinal Plant, Biosc. Biotech Research Comm. 1 (1):59-63. www.bbrc.in/
  92. Ali SA, Malik S, Meitei KV, Sultan T, SajidM , Ali AS and Ovais  (2008) Pharmacological effects of Lead Nitrate, Adrenaline and Potassium on isolated fish melanophores. Biosc. Biotech. Res. Comm. 1(1): 64-69. www.bbrc.in/
  93. Ali SA,Saxena M, Meitei KV, Sajid M and Ali AS. (2008) Biochemical studies of crude extracts of roots and leaves of Withaniasomnifera. Biotech Res Comm, 1(2):168-172. www.bbrc.in/
  94. Awasthi D, Nigam RK and Ali SA. (2008) Secondary metabolite enhancement through elicitation of micro propagated plants of Ashwagandha (Withaniasomnifera L. Dunal) Biotech Res Comm, 1(2):173-180. www.bbrc.in/
  95. Ali AS, Khan I. and Ali SA. (2007) Toxicological Monitoring using Earthworms. In: Toxicology & Science of Poisons, Aavishkar PublishersJaipur, 167-186. https://www.abebooks.com › AbeBooks › S C Dwivedi and NaliniDwivedi
  96. Khan I, Ali AS and Ali SA. (2007) Biomass and behavioral responses of earthworm terrestris to Copper Chloride. IranianJournal of Toxicology 2 :64-71 ijt.arakmu.ac.ir/browse.php?a_id=26&sid=1&slc_lang=en
  97. Ahmed MS, Ali SA, Ali AS and Chaubey KK. (2006). Epidemiological and etiological study of oral sub mucous fibrosis among gutkha chewers of Patna. J. Indian Society of Pedodontics and Preventive Dentistry. 24(2): 84-89. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16823233
  98. Ali SAet al. (2006) Friendly Earthworms. Science Reporter, CSIRGovt of India New Delhi43(1): 28-30. www.niscair.res.in/sciencecommunication/popularization%20of%20science/scirep0.asp
  99. Ahmed MS, Ali SA, Ali AS. AndChaubey KK. (2006). Comparative severity of oral sub mucous Fibrosis in gutkha and other areca nut product Chewers Priory Dentistry On Line 1-11. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/303152451_Comparative_severity_of_Oral_sub_mucous_fibrosis_of_Gutkha_and_other_areca_Nut_Product_Chewers_Priory
  100. Yadav S and Ali SA. (2005). Role of vitamin A in the regulation of some aspects of cadmium toxicity in Clariasbatrachus. Biotech. Res.Asia.3 (2): 371-374. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/240042415_43_S_Yadav_and_Ali_S_A_2005_role_of_vitamin_A_in_the_regulation_of_some_aspects_of_cadmium_toxicity_in_Clarias_batrachus_Biosci_Biotech_Res_Asia_Vol3_2_371-374
  101. Ahmad MS, Ali SA, and Ali AS. (2005). Site distribution of oral carcinoma reported cases in some tobacco- lime mixture Biotech. Res. Asia. 3(2):329-334. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/287688856_Site_distribution_of_oral_carcinoma_reported_cases_in_some_tobacco_chewers_of_Bihar_India_with_special_reference_to_Khanini_tobacco-lime_mixture
  102. Ahmed MS, Ali SA and Ali AS. (2004) Understanding the pathological nature of oral plaque and its role in dental carries. Biosci. Biotech. Res. Asia. 02 (1):25-32. www.biotech-asia.org/
  103. Khan MI, Baig MA and Ali SA. (2004). Immobilization of enzyme trypsin by alginate gel through encapsulation. Indian J. Applied and Pure Biology. 19 (3):383-388. biology-journal.org/
  104. Ali SA, Ali AS, Ali SN and Jain R. (2004). Effects of ultraviolet-C radiation on isolated fish scale melanophores. Indian Journal of Radio & Space Physics. CSIR Govt of India New Delhi .33:58-60. http://www.niscair.res.in/sciencecommunication/researchjournals/rejour/ijrsp/Fulltextsearch/2004/February%202004/IJRSP-vol%2033-February%202004-pp%2058-60.htm
  105. Ali SA. (2000). Monitoring and evaluation of domestic waste water for fish culture. Aquaculture Research Needs For the Year 2000 AD, Oxford University Press UK US Department of Agriculture & ICAR New Delhi Publication  87-99 https://www.researchgate.net/publication/240046339_49_Ali_S_A_2000_Monitoring_and_evaluation_of_domestic_waste_water_for_fish_culture_Aquaculture_Research_Needs_For_the_Year_2000_AD_Oxford_University_Press
  106. Ali SA. (1999) Science in Indian Universities: Problems and solutions,Current Science (Indian Academy of Sciences Bangalore)  24:5-6. www.currentscience.ac.in/
  107. Ali SA, Peter J, Ali AS. (1998) Histamine receptors in the skin melanophores of Indian Bull frog, Ranatigerina. Biochem. Physiol A. Elsevier: 121:229-234. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9972321
  108. Khan SA, Ali SA, Ohri B. (1997). Sex related differences in blood glucose levels of human subjects. J. Chem. 13(2): 185-186. www.orientjchem.org/
  109. Ali SA and Raju H. (1997) Histopathological examination of gills of Cyprinuscarpiocultured in Domestic Waste Oxidation Ponds. J. Environ. Health, NEERIGovt of India. 12(3): 143-146 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/labs/journals/indian-j-environ-health/
  110. Peter J, Ali AS, Ali SA. (1996). Effect of histaminergic drugs on the integumentalmelanophores of adult Bufomelanosticus. Ind J. Expt. Biol CSIR Govt of India New Delhi 34:427-430. www.niscair.res.in/sciencecommunication/ResearchJournals/rejour/ijeb/ijeb0.asp
  111. Peter J, Ali AS and Ali SA. (1996). Ionic regulation of toad skin melanophores. Ind J. Zool Spectrum. 6(2): 47-50.
  112. Peter J, Ali SA, Ali AS.(1996). Effect of certain phenolic compounds on the isolated scale melanophores of fish, punctatus. XVIth Intl Pigment Cell Conf.Anahiem, California,USA In: Pigment Cell Res. Suppl. 5, 68, 71. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?db=pubmed&cmd=link&linkname
  113. Ali SA, Peter J, Ali AS. (1996). The presence of histaminergic components in the melanophore responses of lower vertebrates. XVIthInt Pigment Cell Conf.Anahiem, California,USA In: Pigment Cell Res. Suppl. 5, 64, 171. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/labs/journals/pigment-cell-res/
  114. Ali SAKhanSA, Ali (1995). Enforcement of environmental laws and regulations. Environmental Conservation (Cambridge University Press UK), 22(01): 77-78 https://www.lantra.co.uk/careers/environmental-conservation
  115. Ali SA et al. (1995). On the presence of carbohydrates in the ovary of Indian field rat. Nesociabandicoota. Ind J. Zool Spectrum. 6:19-24. https://bioinfopublication.org/journal.php?opt=index&jouid=BPJ0000254
  116. Ali SA (1995). Role of cholinergic receptors in melanophore responses of amphibians. Acta Biol. Hungarica. 46(1): 61-73. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8714764
  117. Ali S.A.,Khare S., Khan MA., Ali AS. (1993) Prospects of culture of fresh water prawns in waste water ponds, In: Proceedings Nat. Sem. Aquatic Biology, University of Kerala,Thiruvanthapurampp 27-32.
  118.  Ali S.A.,Peter J, Ali AS (1993) Effects of histaminergic drugs on tail melanophores of tadpole, Bufomelanosticus, J. Exptl. Biol,CSIR Govt of India New  DelhiVol. 31. pp 440-442.www.niscair.res.in/sciencecommunication/ResearchJournals/rejour/ijeb/ijeb0.asp
  119. Khan AS, Ohri BS., Ali S.A. (1993) Lipid profile as a tool to evaluate coronary heart disease risk. J. Chem. Vol. 9. pp 162-www.orientjchem.org/
  120.  Ali S.A., Khan S.A. (1993) Assessment of certain haematological factors in pesticide exposed factory workers, Environ. Contam. Toxicol, Springer USA, Vol. 51, No. 5, pp 750-747 https://www.springer.com › … › Environmental Sciences › Pollution and Remediation
  121. Ali S.A., Peter J., Ali AS, H. Raju (1992) Histopathological evaluation of gills of carps cultured in domestic waste oxidation ponds. Ind J. Zool Spectrum, Vol 4, No. 2, pp. 23-27. https://bioinfopublication.org/journal.php?opt=index&jouid=BPJ0000254
  122.  Ali S.A., Khan S. (1992) Status of suspended and dissolved solids in tropical oxidation ponds and their removal through fish culture, Orient J. Chem,Vol 8, 352-355. www.orientjchem.org/
  123.  Ali S.A. Peter J., Ali AS, (1991) Effects of alkaline earth ions on integumentalmelanophores of Indian frog,Ranatigerina. J. Zool. SpectrumVol 2, pp 15-19. https://bioinfopublication.org/journal.php?opt=index&jouid=BPJ0000254
  124.  Ali S.A. Khan S and Ohri BS (1991) Diagnostic application of ELISA in thyroid function test in developing countries, Ind J. Zool SpectrumVol 2-1, pp 43-45 https://bioinfopublication.org/journal.php?opt=index&jouid=BPJ0000254
  125.  Ali S.A.,AleemI . (1991) On the presence of Streptococci in Narmada river at Hoshangabad, Ind J. ZoolSpectrumVol 2, 35-37 https://bioinfopublication.org/journal.php?opt=index&jouid=BPJ0000254
  126.  Ali S.A. (1988) Final Tech. Report USDA/ PL- 480.USAProject No.In: 623, FG In: AES, 208, pp1-200
  127.  Ali S.A. (1987)  IIIrd Ann. Tech Res. Proj. Report USDA-PL-480 American Project No, FG In: In AES 208, pp. 1-96.
  128.  Ali S.A. et al., (1987) Seasonal studies on the biomass of waste stabilization ponds of Bhopal, J. Zool. Vol. 150, 43-47.
  129.  Ali S.A. (1986) First Annual Tech Res. Report, USDA PL- 480 Intl. Res. Project Management of     productivity and production of fish in sewage pond effluents.  FG In: 623 In:AES/208, pp. 1-80
  130.  Ali S.A. (1986) BylemFiarasemiertelnegoGazu. W. Bhopal. PolishJournal of Environmental Science. AuraPoland 3, No. 159,pp. 25-26 https://www.scimagojr.com/journalsearch.php?q=24739&tip=sid
  131.  Ali AS.,Ali SA, Belsare DK.(1986) Phenyl mercury acetate induced hypothyroid  condition of  pigeon, Columba   livia. J. Applied Biol.Vol. l, pp. 29-32. www.biology-journal.org/
  132.  Ali S.A. (1986) Sec. Annual Tech. Report, FG IN: 623, USDA PL-480 Res. Projectpp 1-186.
  133.  Ali S.A. (1986) Characterization of histaminergic receptors on isolated fish melanophores. Invest. Dermatol. Vol 87, No. 3 , 29-31. https://www.jidonline.org/
  134.  Ali S.A., Ali A.S. (1985) The anticholinesterase activity of dichlorovos (DDVP) in isolated melanophores of Channapunctatus. J. Chem., Vol.1 (1), pp. 41-43. http://www.orientjchem.org/vol1no1/the-anticholinesterase-activity-of-dichlorovos-ddvp-in-the-isolated-melanophores-of-channa-punctatus/
  135. Ali S.A. Ali AS Ovais M Belsare DK. (1985). In-vitro effect of cyclic AMP on teleost melanophores. Acad. Science Letters, Vol. 193, pp. 294-297  https://www.springer.com › Home › Popular Science
  136. Ovais, M. and Ali SA. (1984) Effect of autonomic drugs on the melanophores of wall lizard, Hemidactylusflaviridis. Current Science, Vol. 53, No. 6, pp. 303-306 https://www.researchgate.net/publication/284080625_Effect_of_autonomic_drugs_on_the_melanophores_of_wall_lizard_Hemidactylus_flaviviridis
  137. Ali, AS Ali S.A.Belsare, DK  (1984) Effect of phenyl mercury acetate on ovary and crop of pigeon, Columba livia, J. Zool. Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 40-44. www.worldcat.org/title/indian-journal-of-zoology/oclc/1790578
  138.  Ali SA (1983) Physiology and pharmacology of melanophores of teleostean fish Ph.D thesis, Barkatullah University, Bhopal. pp. 1-203.(BARC-DAE Govt of India, National Fellowship Programme)
  139.  Ali SA,Sabnis, P.B. (1979) Somehistopathological changes observed in the testes of rat, Rattusrattus. J. Zool, Vol. 7, No. 2.,pp 37-40. www.worldcat.org/title/indian-journal-of-zoology/oclc/1790578
  140.  Ali SA,Ovais, M. (1979) Ionic regulation of melanophore activity in teleostChannapunctatus. J. Zool, Vol. 3. pp. 60-66. http://agris.fao.org/agris-search/search.do?recordID=US201302556630
  141.  Ali SA. (1978) Effect of vasectomy on the physiology of testicular function of rat, Rattusrattus, MSc Dissertation, Nagpur University, Nagpur , pp. 1-45.
  142. Salim S andAli SA. (2012). Melanophores : The smooth Muscle Cells in Disguise In: Current Basic and Pathological Approaches to the Function of Muscle Cells and Tissues – From Molecules to Humans.Pp 133-158.Harou Sugi (Ed.) InTech Open House. ISBN 980-953-307-029-7 Europe, USA https://www.intechopen.com/books/current-basic-and-pathological-approaches-to-the-function-of-muscle-cells-and-tissues-from-molecules-to-humans/melanophores-smooth-muscle-cells-in-disguise