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    • Stem cells as therapeutic carrier in cancer treatment 

      Anika, Mysha Yeasmin (Brac University, 2021-07)
      Cancer is one of the leading causes of death worldwide. Traditional surgery or chemotherapy are not sufficient to remove cancer completely. Researchers are trying to find out individual pathways for targeting tumor niches ...
    • Biologics in the treatment of Severe Asthma 

      Hassan, Shah Musallin (Brac University, 2022-04)
      At present, asthma is one of the major chronic respiratory diseases that distorts the daily life of nearly 300 million people around the globe and almost 5–10% of these people experience severe or uncontrolled asthma. ...
    • Observation of mental health on the university students during lockdown due to Covid-19 pandemic 

      Swarna, Musfica Tabassum (Brac University, 2021)
      Mental health is as important as our physical health because mental illness can cause serious diseases like depression, schizophrenia which can even lead to suicidal cases and this lockdown due to Covid-19 pandemic has a ...
    • A review on application of medicinal plants in hypothyroidism 

      Prachee, Farhana (Brac University, 2022-03)
      Hypothyroidism is one of the most common endocrine disorders globally where there is an elevated thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) in the setting of normal free thyroid hormone levels, both thyroxine and triiodothyronine. ...
    • The comprehensive review of antiretroviral therapy: a paradigm shift 

      Paul, Durjoy (Brac University, 2022-02)
      Human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) infection has reached pandemic proportions since the first instances of AIDS surfaced in 1981. By far, more than 30 antiretroviral therapies (ART) have been approved while ...
    • Precision medicine in four deadliest Cancers of the world : present practices & future prospects 

      Islam, Ankita (Brac University, 2022-02)
      Cancer is a very personalized disease which is why conventional oncology treatment following the ‘one size fits all’ method is unable to cure all patients effectively and for this, cancer remains one of the leading causes ...
    • Recent advancement of biologics in Asthma 

      Evan, Al- Shahriar (Brac University, 2022-03)
      It is quite visible that in the comparison to the patients having well-controlled asthma, patients having severe uncontrolled asthma do have disproportionately high rate of morbidity and also health-care usage. Whereas the ...
    • Natural Alkaloids as a source of anticancer agents 

      Rahman, Tabassum (Brac University, 2022-03)
      Cancer is a term used to describe disorders in which malignant cells divide uncontrollably and can infect neighboring tissues. Cancer cells have developed multidrug resistance to traditional anticancer treatments during ...
    • A review on pharmacological properties of Marsilea quadrifolia 

      Das, Pritom Kumer (Brac University, 2022-01)
      Medicinal plants have been used to treat different diseases throughout the history of humans. They are potential sources of many medicines and traditional medicines greatly depend on medicinal plants. Marsilea quadrifolia ...
    • A review on Three-Dimensional Printing (3DP) strategies to Induce Bone Regeneration in Bone Tissue Engineering 

      Islam, Farzana; Department of Pharmacy, Brac University (Brac University, 2022-02)
      Three-Dimensional Printing (3DP) is an essential technology to build an ideal scaffold for bone tissue engineering which plays an important role in improving a patient’s quality of life by reducing bone defect. The ...
    • Cryo-EM in COVID-19 drug invention and discovery 

      Trisha, Rabeya Rahman (Brac University, 2022-03)
      Cryo-EM is a type of electron microscope that employs the cryomicroscopy technology, which involves cooling materials and examining them under a microscope to create 3D models of proteins. Throughout this COVID-19 ...
    • Harnessing exosomes as a drug delivery system for neurodegenerative diseases 

      Ferdous, Farhana (Brac University, 2021-08)
      Exosomes are recently discovered bilayer containing membrane which are small-sized (30- 100mm) nanovesicles that are formed due to the fusion of multivesicular bodies with the plasma membrane. Exosomes are involved in ...
    • Determination of symptom association with COVID-19 

      Mahbub -E- Sobhanee, S.M. (Brac University, 2022-05)
      SARS-CoV-2 is the ninth known coronavirus that infects people and the seventh discovered in the previous 20 years. Coronaviruses have long been suspected of posing a significant pandemic danger. COVID-19 reveals a wide ...
    • CNS Depressant Activity of Various Parts of Heritiera fomes 

      Taslim, Umiya (Brac University, 2022-03)
      Heritiera fomes (Family: Malvaceae) is usually known as “Sundori tree” in Bangladesh. The plant is used in pain, gastrointestinal problems, goiter, fever, diabetes etc. The present investigation was undertaken which ...
    • Targeted therapeutic options in the treatment of Breast Cancer 

      Alam, Kazi Tasnuva (Brac University, 2022-02)
      The recent application of targeted therapies such as biologics, biosimilars, and other targeted biological agents in the treatment of diverse subtypes of breast cancer has been facilitated by the decoding of the human ...
    • Method optimization for isolation of Pseudomonas bacteriophage from soil samples 

      Irteaz, Md. Erfanul Islam (Brac University, 2020-09)
      Bacteriophages as antibiotic are very useful against antibiotic resistant bacteria in the medical fields. Bacteria like pseudomonas aeruginosa are resistant to many types of antibiotics and can cause severe diseases ...
    • Role of Mesenchymal Stem Cells & MicroRNA in the treatment of Osteoporosis 

      Chowdhury, Mohammad Rafi Hassan (Brac University, 2022-04)
      Osteoporosis is currently the most difficult and painful disease endangering the lifestyle of the geriatric population. Through the gradual degeneration of osteoblastic cell in various parts of the bones, osteoporosis ...
    • A review paper on Nanotechnology based strategies in the treatment of cancer 

      Rahman, Samia (Brac University, 2022-02)
      Nanotechnology is a new discipline meeting the requirement for novel methods in cancer treatment. Recently, cancer became very fatal condition that causes death worldwide. Hence, traditional cancer treatment like ...
    • A review on CRISPR-Cas system based applications in Oncology 

      Sadia, Mir (Brac University, 2022-02)
      Cancer is one of the leading causes of death around the world. The ability to proliferate at a rapid rate, metastasize, and form heterogeneous tumors due to mutagenic occurrences renders cancer as one of the most ...
    • A review on pharmacological activities of Bruguiera gymnorhiza 

      Dristy, Anika Mehnaz (Brac University, 2022-01)
      Medicinal plants are great source of biologically active phytochemicals with therapeutic characteristics that have been recognized over time.In traditional medicine, many components of mangrove plants are used for their ...