Islamabad, Pakistan
Islamabad, Pakistan

The Foundation University, Islamabad , is a private university located in Islamabad, Pakistan. It has three additional campuses in Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan.The university offers undergraduate, post-graduate, and doctoral studies in medical science, humanities, fine arts, philosophy, law and various registered academic programmes. Its primary financial endowment and funding are sponsored by the Fauji Foundation, run under the auspicious of Pakistan Army.FUI has been established as a private sector university, sponsored by the Fauji Foundation which is the largest welfare organization in the country. FUI was granted its charter by the Federal Government vide Ordinance No. LXXXVIII of 2002.In a university category list issued by the Higher Education Commission in 2005, Foundation University was placed in the "A" category, along with other top ranking universities of Pakistan such as LUMS, NUST. According to the latest ranking of HEC, Foundation University has been placed in the highest W-4 category. Wikipedia.


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Foundation University | Date: 2017-03-29

This invention provides a pharmaceutical composition comprising a compound of formula S-(I):


The present invention relates to an electrode having a multilayer nanomesh structure using single-crystalline copper and a method for manufacturing same, the electrode comprising: a substrate; a single-crystalline copper electrode layer formed on the substrate and having a hive-shaped pattern with a nano-sized line width; and a metal oxide layer formed on the single-crystalline copper electrode layer, this providing an electrode having excellent optical transmittance, low electrical sheet resistance, and excellent mechanical stability. The present invention is technically characterized by an electrode having a multilayer nanomesh structure using single-crystalline copper, the electrode comprising: a substrate; a single-crystalline copper electrode layer formed on the substrate and having a hive-shaped pattern with a nano-sized line width; and a metal oxide layer formed on the single-crystalline copper electrode layer.


The present disclosure provides methods of using probiotic arginolytic oral compositions including isolated arginolytic bacterial strains to increase arginolytic activity in the oral cavity, increase ammonia-producing bacteria in the oral cavity, and/or to treat and/or prevent oral disorders, such as caries.


Structures having a polymer composition covalently bonded to the surface of the structure, methods of attaching the polymer to the surface of the structure, methods of decreasing the amount of microorganisms formed on a structure, and the like, are disclosed.


Patent
Foundation University | Date: 2016-11-16

The present disclosure provides hybrid tomatoes that produce better-tasting fruit, methods of producing and identifying the hybrid tomatoes and methods of identifying the chemical composition of a tomato that leads to a better-tasting fruit.


Patent
Foundation University | Date: 2017-02-15

Pt(IV) compounds include a mitochondria targeting moiety. One example of a Pt(IV) compound having a mitochondria targeting moiety is a Pt(IV) cisplatin-based compound. Upon reduction, the mitochondrial targeting moieties are released resulting in a Pt(II) therapeutic agent. Pt(IV) compounds including a mitochondria targeting moiety can be included in nanoparticles. The compounds or nanoparticles can be used to treat, for example, cancer.


The present disclosure provides methods and compositions for preventing or treating MV-induced or disuse-induced skeletal muscle infirmities in a mammalian subject. The methods further include administering to the subject an effective amount of an aromatic-cationic peptide.


Functional electrical stimulation (FES) cycling devices and associated methods are generally described. An FES cycling device may comprise a crank, two or more pedals connected to the crank, one or more sensors adapted to measure position and/or velocity of the crank, and one or more electrodes configured to deliver electrical stimulation to a person associated with the cycling device. In some cases, the FES cycling device further comprises a controller configured to receive input signals from the one or more sensors and deliver output signals to the one or more electrodes. In certain cases, the controller may dynamically generate a control signal to deliver an amount of electrical stimulation to a muscle group (e.g., quadriceps femoris, gluteal muscles, hamstring muscles) based on the value of a determined torque transfer ratio between a joint of the person and the crank of the cycling device. The electrical stimulation may, in some cases, cause the person to pedal the cycling device.


Patent
Foundation University | Date: 2017-03-29

Copolymers including dioxythiophene repeating units and no acceptor units allow the formation of electrochromic polymers (ECPs) with vivid neutral state colors and very colorless oxidized states that can be switched rapidly. The dioxythiophene repeating units can included in sequences where all of one type of dioxythiophene is included exclusively as isolated dyads or triads within the copolymer, or the copolymer can be an alternating copolymer with propylenedioxythiophene units. Other non-acceptor units can be included in the copolymers. The copolymers are rendered organic solvent soluble by alkyl substituents on repeating units. The inclusion of sterically encumbered acyclic dioxythiophene (AcDOT) units promotes red color while unsubstituted ethylenedioxythiophene (EDOT) units promote blue colors, and their respective content can be manipulated to achieve a desired neutral state color. Soluble copolymers comprising at least 50 % EDOT repeating units can be used in supercapacitor applications.


Patent
Foundation University | Date: 2017-07-12

Compounds represented by structural formulas described herein, such as Structural Formula (I): are useful in treating conditions such as metal overload, oxidative stress, and neoplastic and preneoplastic conditions.

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