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Perspectives on Human Genome Diversity within Pakistan using Y Chromosomal and Autosomal Microsatellite Markers. In “Biodiversity: Biomolecular Aspects of Biodiversity and Innovative Utilization”

Mehdi, S. Q., Ayub, Q., Qamar, R., Mohyuddin, A., Mansoor, A., Mazhar, K., Hameed, A., Ismail, M., Rahman, S., Siddiqui, S., Khaliq, S., Papaioannou, M., Tyler-Smith C. and Cavalli-Sforza, L. L.   Sener, B. ed.  Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers.  NY., pp 35-47 (2002). Book Link

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The use of Y-chromosomal DNA variation to investigate population history: recent male spread in Asia and Europe. In “Genomic Diversity: Applications in Human Population Genetics”.

Zerjal T, Pandya, A., Santos, F.R., Adhikari, R., Tarazona, E., Beckman, L., Kayser, M., Evgrafov, O., Singh, L., Thangaraj, K., Destro-Bisol, G., Thomas, M.G., Qamar, R., Mehdi, S.Q., Rosser, Z. H., Hurles, M.E., Jobling, M. A. and Tyler-Smith, C. SS Papiha and R Deka, eds.  Plenum Press. NY., pp. 91-93 (1999).

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Ophthalmogenetic Screening of Pakistani Patients

In the year 2005 the lab of Prof. Dr. Raheel Qamar, T.I. started working on Ophthalmogenetics of Pakistani patients with emphasis on the screening of monogenic and multifactorial eye diseases. Since then the lab has been conducting genetic analysis of non-syndromic and syndromic retinal dystrophies, glaucoma, age related macular degeneration, keratoconus and diabetic retinopathy in Pakistani patients.

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