His scientific interests lie mostly in Inflammation, Immunology, Immune system, Internal medicine and Inflammatory bowel disease. His Inflammation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cytokine and Enterochromaffin cell. Trichinella spiralis, Innate immune system and Mucin is closely connected to Nematode infection in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Immunology.
He is interested in NOD2, which is a branch of Immune system. His Internal medicine research integrates issues from Gastroenterology, Endocrinology and Peptidoglycan. He interconnects Colitis and Ulcerative colitis in the investigation of issues within Inflammatory bowel disease.
His primary scientific interests are in Immunology, Inflammation, Immune system, Inflammatory bowel disease and Internal medicine. His Immunology research includes elements of Enterochromaffin cell and Goblet cell. His Inflammation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Tumor necrosis factor alpha, Cytokine and Pathology.
His Immune system study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Helminths, Gastrointestinal tract, Pathophysiology and Sepsis. His Inflammatory bowel disease study incorporates themes from Colitis, Bioinformatics, Pathogenesis, Ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease. Waliul I. Khan has included themes like Gastroenterology and Endocrinology in his Internal medicine study.
His primary areas of study are Serotonin, Inflammatory bowel disease, Inflammation, Cell biology and Immune system. The various areas that he examines in his Inflammatory bowel disease study include Gastroenterology and Ulcerative colitis. His work carried out in the field of Inflammation brings together such families of science as Crohn's disease, Colitis, Platelet activation and Shock.
Colitis is the subject of his research, which falls under Immunology. He has researched Immune system in several fields, including Barrier function, Neurotransmitter, Microbiology and Sepsis. His work in Internal medicine addresses subjects such as Endocrinology, which are connected to disciplines such as Tryptophan hydroxylase.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Cell biology, Serotonin, Immune system, Inflammation and Barrier function. Waliul I. Khan combines subjects such as Motor activity and Lipogenesis with his study of Cell biology. His research integrates issues of Gut flora, Appetite, Lipolysis and White adipose tissue in his study of Serotonin.
To a larger extent, Waliul I. Khan studies Immunology with the aim of understanding Immune system. The study incorporates disciplines such as Acquired immune system, Ussing chamber, Inflammatory bowel disease and Pathology in addition to Inflammation. The Barrier function study combines topics in areas such as Secretion, Mucin, Glycocalyx and Goblet cell.
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Chronic Gastrointestinal Inflammation Induces Anxiety-Like Behavior and Alters Central Nervous System Biochemistry in Mice
Premysl Bercik;Elena F Verdu;Jane A Foster;Jane A Foster;Joseph Macri.
Investigating Intestinal Inflammation in DSS-induced Model of IBD
Janice J. Kim;Md. Sharif Shajib;Marcus M. Manocha;Waliul I. Khan.
Journal of Visualized Experiments (2012)
Inhibiting peripheral serotonin synthesis reduces obesity and metabolic dysfunction by promoting brown adipose tissue thermogenesis
Justin D Crane;Rengasamy Palanivel;Emilio P Mottillo;Adam L Bujak.
Nature Medicine (2015)
Intestinal Nematode Infection Ameliorates Experimental Colitis in Mice
W. I. Khan;P. A. Blennerhasset;A. K. Varghese;S. K. Chowdhury.
Infection and Immunity (2002)
Serotonin Has a Key Role in Pathogenesis of Experimental Colitis
Jean–Eric Ghia;Nan Li;Huaqing Wang;Matthew Collins.
The role of serotonin and its receptors in activation of immune responses and inflammation.
M. S. Shajib;W. I. Khan;W. I. Khan.
Acta Physiologica (2015)
Visceral hyperalgesia and intestinal dysmotility in a mouse model of postinfective gut dysfunction
Premysl Bercı́k;Lu Wang;Elena F. Verdú;Yukang K. Mao.
Goblet Cells and Mucins: Role in Innate Defense in Enteric Infections
Janice J Kim;Waliul I Khan.
Gut hormones: emerging role in immune activation and inflammation
W. I. Khan;J. E. Ghia.
Clinical and Experimental Immunology (2010)
Mucin Gene Deficiency in Mice Impairs Host Resistance to an Enteric Parasitic Infection
Sumaira Z. Hasnain;Huaqing Wang;Jean–Eric Ghia;Nihal Haq.
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