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Online records may help unveil personal traits and attributes

Online records may help unveil personal traits and attributes

In an article entitled, “Private traits and attributes are predictable from digital records of human behavior,” published on March 11, 2013, issue of PNAS (doi:10.1073/pnas.1218772110), the lead author Michal Kosinski with two other associates affiliated to the University of Cambridge, UK & the Microsoft Research, UK have demonstrated that a variety of pers

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A new technique to track protein maturation

A new technique to track protein maturation

In an article entitled, “Atomic-resolution monitoring of protein maturation in live human cells by NMR,” published on March 3, 2013 issue of Nature Chemical Biology (dOI:10.1038/nCHeMBIO.1202), the lead author Lucia Banci with six other associates affiliated to the  University of Florence, Italy & the University of Oxford, UK have described a new

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The International Network for Natural Sciences (INNSPUB)

The International Network for Natural Sciences (INNSPUB)

On the request of INNSPUB, GNOBB has the pleasure of posting the following information for GNOBB members. We hope that GNOBB members will derive benefit in the academic field through the service offered by this academic Publisher. Coordinator. International Network for Natural Sciences (INNSPUB), a leading academic publisher in Bangladesh, has been publishing scientific contents fo

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The October issue vol 1 issue 10 of Biolife – a monthly organ of ACI is available now

The October issue vol 1 issue 10 of Biolife – a monthly organ of ACI is available now

The October issue vol 1 #10 of Biolife– a monthly organ of ACI (formerly Knows as ICI) has just been published. Although it’s primarily meant for promoting the company’s interest, some articles published there may be of interest to GNOBB readers. The first article, entitled “Beneficial Virus for Poultry Industry” contains useful information such as

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Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of soybean cultivar with PR 10a from the potato cultivar Desiree

Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of soybean cultivar with PR 10a from the potato cultivar Desiree

In an article entitled, “Enhanced tolerance to drought and salt stresses in transgenic faba bean (Vicia faba L.) plants by heterologous expression of the PR10a gene from potato,” published in the March issue of Plant Cell Reports, the lead author Moemen S. Hanafy, and four other |associates under the guidance of Professor Dr. H-J Jacobsen at the

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Mouse models fail to mimic inflammatory genomic responses in Humans

Mouse models fail to mimic inflammatory genomic responses in Humans

In an article entitled, “Genomic responses in mouse models poorly mimic human inflammatory diseases,” published on February 26, 2013, issue of PNAS (110: 3507–3512), the lead author Junhee Seok with thirty eight other associates affiliated to eighteen research groups have reported on a systematic comparison of the genomic response between human inflammatory diseas

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Remediation of pollution resulting from the presence of synthetic dyes in waste water using various yeast species

Remediation of pollution resulting from the presence of synthetic dyes in waste water using various yeast species

In an article entitled, “Remediation of synthetic dyes from waste water using yeast—An overview published in the October 1912 issue of the Indian J. Biotech. Nilanjana Das   and D. Charumathi give an overview of  the problem of pollution resulting from industrial wastes. The above two scientists have found out a solution in that by usin

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Gene therapy: Progress by treatment with biologics and biosimilars

Gene therapy: Progress by treatment with biologics and biosimilars

n an article entitled, “The innovative evolution of cancer gene and cellular therapies,” published online February 1, 2013, the lead author P. Lam along with six more authors affiliated seven research organizations provide an overview of the latest developments in cancer gene therapy. The therapy in which biologics and biosimilars are used has been acclaimed

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Pl. voice your opinion to demand the creation of an autonomous National Commission for Biotechnology

Pl. voice your opinion to demand the creation of an autonomous National Commission for Biotechnology

Dear members. It has been almost six years since an International Conference on, “Promotion of Biotechnology in Bangladesh: its national and international perspective” was held in Sasakawa Hall in ICDDR,B. It was the largest assembly of biotechnologists ever held in the country. From all over the country as many as 300 delegates covering all the biotech-related

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GNOBB offer heartiest congratulations to Dr. Asraful Alam

GNOBB offer heartiest congratulations to Dr. Asraful Alam

GNOBB like to convey its heartiest congratulations to Dr. Asraful Alam for being one of the authors in three recent including  two online publications. The details are as follows. His article entitled, “Exploring environment-friendly biofuel option” was published on the 9th February issue of “The Daily Star”. Suo-Lian Guo,Xin-Qing Zhao,Ying

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GNOBB wishes all its well wishers and readers a heartiest greetings for Eid-ul-fitr. May this special day brings peace, happiness and prosperity to everyone. Eid Mubarak! Read More

Drs. ABMM Khademul Islam and Munawar Sultana received Samson H Chowdhury Memorial Award for outstanding research

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Square Pharmaceuticals Ltd - a Leading pharmaceutical industry of the country started Samson H Chowdhury Memorial Award to recognize two young scientists of the country in each alternate year since 2013 for their Read More

Combating viruses with RACK1: Congratulations to Dr. Hemayet Ullah

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GNOBB would like to express its heartiest congratulations to Dr. Hemayet Ullah for his recent publication on identification of functional inhibitor compounds of scaffold protein RACK1 that could inhibit the Herpe Read More