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A study on the prospect of Escherichia coli isolated from row beef samples as a potential reservoir antibiotic resistance.
(BRAC University, 2017-10)
Abstract With the consumption of beef reaching new heights each year all over the world, the prospect of E. coli isolated from raw beef samples as a potential reservoir of antibiotic resistance was investigated. A total ...
Evaluation of the prevalence of opportunistic gram negative bacilli from the infections of oral cancer sites in comparison with non-cancer patients and assessment of the antibiotic resistance
(BRAC University, 2018-10)
One of the most lethal diseases, cancer, affects millions of people worldwide every year. The nature of cancer makes it extremely difficult to treat and it can occur at any part of the human body. In addition to genetic ...
Are the lakes and rivers of Dhaka city safe for water-based recreation? A case study of Salmonella spp.
(Brac University, 2018-11)
Over the past years, surface water bodies have been contaminated due to unplanned urbanization, industrialization and defective sewerage systems. As these water bodies are a major part of diurnal and recreational activities, ...
Horizontal transfer of antibiotic resistance in surface water of Dhaka City
(Brac University, 2019-05)
Horizontal gene transfer is one of the most widespread phenomenon by which bacteria evolve themselves in the environment. Such transfer is often reported to be responsible for spreading antibiotic resistance genes in nature. ...
Isolation and characterization of vibrio spp. from surface water in Dhaka city
(Brac University, 2019-01)
Vibrio spp. is an estuarine bacterium prevalent in water bodies throughout the world. Twelve species of the Vibrioceae family are known to cause diseases in human. The aim of this study was to investigate the occurrence, ...