Dr. Nazia   Jamil

Dr. Nazia Jamil

Assistant Professor
University of the Punjab, Pakistan


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Microbiology from University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan

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Area of Interest:

Biomedical Sciences
100%
Microbiology
62%
Parasitology
90%
Molecular Genetics
75%
Metabolic Diseases
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Uzair, B., N. Atlas, S.B. Malik, N. Jamil, S.T. Ojuolape, M. Rehman and B.A. Khan, 2018. Snake venom as an effective tool against colorectal cancer. Protein Peptide Lett., 25: 626-632.
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  2. Sadiq, H. and N. Jamil, 2018. Antagonistic behaviour of organic compounds from Bacillus species and Brevundimonas specie. Pak. J. Pharm. Sci., 31: 219-226.
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  3. Naeem, T., N. Khan and N. Jamil, 2018. Synthesis of scl-poly (3-hydroxyalkanoates) by Bacillus cereus found in freshwater, from monosaccharides and disaccharides. Front. Biol., 13: 63-69.
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  4. Munir, S. and N. Jamil, 2018. Polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHA) production in bacterial co-culture using glucose and volatile fatty acids as carbon source. J. Basic Microbiol., 58: 247-254.
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  5. Javed, H., Z. Bakula, M. Plen, H.J. Hashmi, Z. Tahir, N. Jamil and T. Jagielski, 2018. Evaluation of genotype MTBDRplus and MTBDRsl assays for rapid detection of drug resistance in extensively drug-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates in Pakistan. Front. Microbiol., Vol. 9. 10.3389/fmicb.2018.02265.
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  6. Jabeen, H. and N. Jamil, 2018. Responses of bacteria from urban and desert soil for bioplastic accumulation. Punjab Univ. J. Zool., 33: 7-10.
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  7. Dilshad, R., R. Batool and N. Jamil, 2018. Phytochemical screening and antibacterial potential of Artemisia absinthium L., Swertia chirayita and Sphaeranthus indicus. Pak. J. Pharm. Sci., 31: 499-507.
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  8. Batool, R., A. Kalsoom, I. Akbar, N. Arshad and N. Jamil, 2018. Antilisterial effect of Rosa damascene and Nymphaea alba in Mus musculus. BioMed Res. Int., Vol. 2018. 10.1155/2018/4543723.
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  9. Ali, I. and N. Jamil, 2018. Biosynthesis and characterization of poly3-hydroxyalkanote (PHA) from newly isolated bacterium Bacillus sp. AZR-1. Iran. J. Sci. Technol. Trans. A: Sci., 42: 371-378.
  10. Tufail, S., S. Munir and N. Jamil, 2017. Variation analysis of bacterial polyhydroxyalkanoates production using saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons. Braz. J. Microbiol., 48: 629-636.
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  11. Rauf, S., N. Jamil, S.A. Tariq, M. Khan, M. Kausar and Y. Kaya, 2017. Progress in modification of sunflower oil to expand its industrial value. J. Sci. Food Agric., 97: 1997-2006.
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  12. Khan, N., R. Batool and N. Jamil, 2017. Organic anions production by Bacillus Sp. to enhance maize and millet growth. J. Anim. Plant Sci., 27: 2035-2044.
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  13. Javed, H., H.J. Hashmi, Z. Tahir and N. Jamil, 2017. Drug resistance pattern and molecular characterization of mycobacterium tuberculosis strains in Punjab, Pakistan. Southeast Asian J. Trop. Med. Public Health, 48: 322-330.
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  14. Hashmi, H.J., H. Javed and N. Jamil, 2017. Letter to editor: Emerging epidemic of drug resistant tuberculosis in vulnerable populations of developing countries. Afr. Health Sci., 17: 599-602.
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  15. Arshad, A., B. Ashraf, I. Ali and N. Jamil, 2017. Biosynthesis of polyhydroxyalkanoates from styrene by Enterobacter spp. isolated from polluted environment. Front. Biol., 12: 210-218.
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  16. Ali, I. and N. Jamil, 2017. Biosynthesis and genetics of polyhydroxyalkanoates by newly isolated Pseudomonas aeruginosa IFS and 30N using inexpensive carbon sources. Int. J. Environ. Sci. Technol., 14: 1879-1888.
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  17. Shuja, M. and N. Jamil, 2016. Reexamining intra and extracellular metabolites produced by Pseudomonas aeruginosa. J. Coastal Life Med., 4: 132-139.
  18. Naheed, N. and N. Jamil, 2016. Analysis of polyhydroxyalkanoates granules in Bacillus sp. MFD11 and Enterobacter sp. SEL2. J. Chem. Soc. Pak., 38: 1139-1150.
  19. Mustafa, S., H. Javed, J. Hashmi, N. Jamil, Z. Tahir and A.M. Akhtar, 2016. Emergence of mixed infection of Beijing/Non-Beijing strains among multi-drug resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis in Pakistan. 3 Biotech, Vol. 6. 10.1007/s13205-016-0423-9.
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  20. Javed, H., Z. Tahir, H.J. Hashmi and N. Jamil, 2016. A cross-sectional study about knowledge and attitudes toward multidrug-resistant and extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis in a high-burden drug-resistant country. Int. J. Mycobacteriol., 5: 128-134.
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  21. Javed, H., N. Jamil, T. Jagielski, Z. Bakula and Z. Tahir, 2016. Evaluation of genotype MTBDRplus assay for rapid detection of isoniazid and rifampicin resistance in Mycobacterium tuberculosis clinical isolates from Pakistan. Int. J. Mycobacteriol., 5: S147-S148.
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  22. Jamil, N. and N. Ahmed, 2016. Co-synthesis of Mcl-Poly-3-Hydroxyalkanoates and Exopolysaccharide by Pseudomonas aeruginosa CMG607w. In: Polymer Science: Research Advances, Practical Applications and Educational Aspects, Mendez-Vilas, A. and A. Solano-Martin (Eds.). Formatex Research Center, Spain, ISBN: 978-84-942134-8-9, pp: 150-158.
  23. Iqbal, B., N. Khan and N. Jamil, 2016. Polyhydroxybutyrate production by Stenotrophomonas and Exiguobacterium using renewable carbon source. Annu. Res. Rev. Biol., 9: 1-9.
  24. Ali, I. and N. Jamil, 2016. Polyhydroxyalkanoates: Current applications in the medical field. Front. Biol., 11: 19-27.
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  25. Younas, T., I. Ali and N. Jamil, 2015. Polyhydroxyalkanoates production using canola oil by bacteria isolated from paper pulp industry. Kuwait J. Sci., 42: 236-249.
  26. Munir, S., S. Iqbal and N. Jamil, 2015. Polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHA) production using paper mill wastewater as carbon source in comparison with glucose. J. Pure Applied Microbiol., 9: 453-460.
  27. Munir, S. and N. Jamil, 2015. Characterization of polyhydroxyalkanoates produced by contaminated soil bacteria using wastewater and glucose as carbon sources. Trop. J. Pharm. Res., 14: 1605-1611.
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  28. Javed, H., H.J. Hashmi, Z. Tahir, Abdul Rehman and N. Jamil, 2015. Choice of blood agar as a suitable media for Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Sci. Int.(Lahore), 27: 4283-4285.
  29. Javed, H. and N. Jamil, 2015. Genotypes and drug resistance patterns of multi-drug-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis strains in Pakistan. Eur. Respiratory J., Vol. 46. 10.1183/13993003.congress-2015.PA2687.
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  30. Javaid, H. and N. Jamil, 2015. Utilization of mustard oil for the production of polyhydroxyalkanoates by Pseudomonas aeruginosa. J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. Food Sci., 4: 412-414.
  31. Jamil, N. and N. Ahmed, 2015. Micro fibril and capsular exopolysaccharides produced by Alcaligenes CMG634. J. Pure Applied Microbiol., 9: 399-405.
  32. Batool, R., K. Yrjala, K. Shaukat, N. Jamil and S. Hasnain, 2015. Production of EPS under Cr(VI) challenge in two indigenous bacteria isolated from a tannery effluent. J. Basic Microbiol., 55: 1064-1074.
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  33. Aslam, M. and N. Jamil, 2015. Plasmid Encoded Bacteriocin Transformation Studies in Alcaligenes and Brevundimonas sp. In: The Battle Against Microbial Pathogens: Basic Science, Technological Advances and Educational Programs, Mendez-Vilas, A. (Ed.). Formatex Research Center, Spain, pp: 336-345.
  34. Naheed, N. and N. Jamil, 2014. Optimization of biodegradable plastic production on sugar cane molasses in Enterobacter sp. SEL2. Braz. J. Microbiol., 45: 417-426.
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  35. Naeem, N. and N. Jamil, 2014. Isolation and Characterization of the PHA Producing Bacteria: Screening of Bioplastic producing Bacteria. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany, ISBN-13: 978-3-659-49830-5, Pages: 80.
  36. Ali, I. and N. Jamil, 2014. Enhanced biosynthesis of poly(3-Hydroxybutyrate) from potato starch by Bacillus cereus strain 64-INS in a laboratory scale fermenter. Preparative Biochem. Biotechnol., 44: 822-833.
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  37. Naeem, A., R. Batool and N. Jamil, 2013. Cr(VI) reduction by Cellulosimicrobium sp. isolated from tannery effluent. Turk. J. Biol., 37: 315-322.
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  38. Naheed, N., N. Jamil, S. Hasnain and G. Abbas, 2012. Biosynthesis of polyhydroxybutyrate in Enterobacter sp. SEL2 and Enterobacteriaceae bacterium sp. PFW1 using sugar cane molasses as media. Afr. J. Biotechnol., 11: 3321-3332.
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  39. Naheed, N., N. Jamil and S. Hasnain, 2011. Screening of contaminated soils for biodegradable plastic producing bacteria and profiling of their resistance markers. Afr. J. Microbiol. Res., 5: 4097-4104.
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  40. Jamil, N., N. Jamil and N. Ahmed, 2011. Screening of environmental bacteria having potentially active characters for increasing soil biological activities. Acad. Res. Int., 1: 125-133.
  41. Chaudhry, W.N., N. Jamil, I. Ali, M.H. Ayaz and S. Hasnain, 2011. Screening for polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA)-producing bacterial strains and comparison of PHA production from various inexpensive carbon sources. Ann. Microbiol., 61: 623-629.
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  42. Razzaq, A., N. Jamil, N. Naheed and S. Hasnain, 2010. Bacteria from contaminated urban and hilly areas as a source of polyhydroxyalkanoates production. Afr. J. Biotechnol., 9: 1919-1925.
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  43. Iqbal, U., N. Jamil, I. Ali and S. Hasnain, 2010. Effect of zinc-phosphate-solubilizing bacterial isolates on growth of Vigna radiata. Ann. Microbiol., 60: 243-248.
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  44. Jamil, N. and N. Ahmed, 2008. Production of biopolymers by Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolated from marine source. Braz. Arch. Biol. Technol., 51: 457-464.
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  45. Ur Rehman, S., N. Jamil and S. Husnain, 2007. Screening of different contaminated environments for polyhydroxyalkanoates-producing bacterial strains. Biologia, 62: 650-656.
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  46. Muhammdi, N. Jamil and N. Ahmed, 2007. A hydrophilic and halophilic biopolymer produced by soil bacterium CMG1447mp. Int. J. Biol. Biotechnol., 4: 213-218.
  47. Jamil, N., N. Ahmed and D.H. Edwards, 2007. Characterization of biopolymer produced by Pseudomonas sp. CMG607w of marine origin. J. Gen. Applied Microbiol., 53: 105-109.
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  48. Arshad, M.U., N. Jamil, N. Naheed and S. Hasnain, 2007. Analysis of bacterial strains from contaminated and non-contaminated sites for the production of biopolymers. Afr. J. Biotechnol., 6: 1115-1121.
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  49. Uzair, B., N. Jamil and N. Ahmed, 2006. Screening and characterization of biotechnologically important marine bacteria from Baluchistan coast. Int. J. Biol. Biotechnol., 3: 455-461.
  50. Rehman, S.U., N. Jamil and S. Hassain, 2006. Characterization and Optimization of antibiotic resistant bacterial strains for polyhydroxyalkanoates. Pak. J. Agric. Res., 19: 81-86.
  51. Jamil, N. and N. Ahmed, 2006. Characterization of bacterial flora from coastal areas of Pakistan. J. Basic Applied Sci., 1: 119-126.
  52. Jamil, N. and N. Ahmed, 2006. Analysis of Staphylococcus sp. for secondary metabolite production. J. Agric. Biol. Sci., 1: 32-41.
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  53. Jamil, N., N. Jamil and N. Ahmed, 2005. Bioabsorbent production by CMG646: A marine isolate. Int. J. Biol. Biotechnol., 2: 365-369.
  54. Fasim, F., N. Jamil and N. Ahmed, 2003. Comparative study of air-borne bacteria isolated from Karachi University. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 6: 644-647.
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  55. Ahmed, N., F. Fasim, M. Arif and N. Jamil, 2000. Inducible Metal tolerance to heavy metals in air borne bacteria. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 3: 2232-2237.
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  56. Fasim, F., N. Jamil and N. Ahmed, 1999. Statistical analysis of air-borne bacteria isolated from different sites of karachi university. Med. J. Islamic Acad. Sci., 12: 73-77.
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