Md. Shamim Gazi

Md. Shamim Gazi
Khulna University | KU · Department of Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering

M.Sc. in Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering

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Aggressive and recurrent gynecological cancers are associated with worse prognosis and a lack of effective therapeutic response. Ovarian cancer (OC) patients are often diagnosed in advanced stages, when drug resistance, angiogenesis, relapse, and metastasis impact survival outcomes. Currently, surgical debulking, radiotherapy, and/or chemotherapy r...
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Alternative medicine has renewed its growing public interest in recent times due to inequality of patients and healthcare professionals' ratios with increased work-load for the latter, various side effects of modern medicine, lack of complete remission from chronic diseases, high cost of new drugs, and emerging new diseases. Hence, people have beco...
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Background Bacillus cereus is a Gram‐positive, facultative anaerobic bacteria with few strains reported to be used as probiotics for animals and birds in recent times if the doses are formulated properly. Objectives To analyse the synergistic anti‐allergic potentiality of different Bacillus cereus strains on experimental in ovo and in vitro duck m...
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Probiotics may offer a safe intervention for diarrheal diseases. The aim of the present study was the assessment of the antidiarrheal property of probiotic bacteria. For their antidiarrheal efficacy assessment, yogurt was prepared using the isolated bacteria from selective regional yogurt of Bangladesh, and mice model trails were conducted using ca...

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To search the Component(s) of Sonneratia apetala (Buch.-Ham.) Fruit for Treating Iron Overload and its Associated Diseases