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    • Life with geophagy: biochemical effects of calabash chalk on swiss albino rat 

      Tumpa, Feona Shermin (BRAC University, 2017-07-31)
      “Geophagy”, a common practice of deliberate consumption of non-food nutritive clay which is mostly consumed by the pregnant women and children in some specific region of the world. During pregnancy some women feel special ...
    • Literature review of prospective drugs for COVID-19 

      Hoque, Md. Ikramul (Brac University, 2021-01)
      A new public health disaster arises with the spreading of novel coronavirus in early December 2019, originated in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China. The novel coronavirus which is identified as Coronavirus Disease 2019 ...
    • A literature review on the efficacy of test kits for COVID-19 

      Sajid, Saiara Sajita (Brac University, 2021-07)
      SARS-CoV-2, a beta coronavirus of the coronaviridae family, is responsible for the ongoing pandemic which has resulted in almost 194 million cases with more than 4 million deaths. The common manifestation of this disease ...
    • A literature review on the potential use of nanotechnology to deliver prophylactic vaccines for influenza viruses 

      Bhuiyan, Sayema (Brac University, 2021-08)
      The influenza virus is the cause of the life-threatening influenza disease, which kills thousands of people each year. Vaccination is the most effective approach to avoid it. To prevent the influenza virus, many types of ...
    • Management of Diabetes patients during COVID-19 

      Pantho, G. M. Golam Mehebub (Brac University, 2020-12)
      During COVID-19 pandemic, people with diabetes are up to three times more prone to become seriously ill or die from COVID-19 than others, as they are more susceptible to infections, vascular complications, comorbidities ...
    • Method development of oil solubility test of Aceclofenac 

      Ray, Joytee (Brac University, 2019-10)
      The aim of the study was to develop a method that would allow the solubility testing of Aceclofenac in different oils. The main target was to find a suitable method by using commercially available drugs like olive oil. The ...
    • Method optimization for isolation of Klebsiella Bacteriophage from soil samples 

      Khan, Zumana Hayat (Brac University, 2020-02)
      In case of antibiotic-resistance bacteria, bacteriophages are widely used as a substitute for many antibiotics in the field of medical science. In this study, the objective was to segregate and point out bacteriophages ...
    • Microbiome of an artificial inland water body (Dhanmondi Lake) 

      Mondol, Mou Clara (BRAC University, 2018-09)
      Water is essential for life but it can also be a source of various human related diseases if it is contaminated by microscopic organisms. The study was conducted to isolate and characterize gram-negative bacteria isolates ...
    • Microneedle mediated approaches in Ocular drug delivery 

      Ahmed, Tanvir (Brac University, 2021-04)
      The delivery of specific drugs to the desired site of action to the eye remain a major challenge in treating the chronic diseases of the eye. Due to inadequate quantity of drugs being delivered to the diseased site, the ...
    • Microneedles in pain management of Cancer 

      Islam, Shafiqul (Brac University, 2021-07)
      Pain management is an integral part of treatment in cancer. Researchers are constantly trying to find effective and efficient ways to manage pain, particularly in cancer patients, as well as devices to administer the drugs ...
    • Migraine management 

      Ahmed, Tasriya (BRAC University, 2017-07-26)
      Being one of the most occurring primary types of headache, migraine may occur at any age and to anyone. It is usually characterized by mild to severe throbbing pain that may be accompanied by photophobia, phonophobia, ...
    • Molecular docking of Fluvastatin and Teneligliptin targeting AT1R in hypertension 

      Jahan, Esrat (Brac University, 2019-05)
      Hypertension, or high blood pressure is a major risk factor causing cardiovascular diseases such as cerebrovascular stroke and ischemic heart disease. It is now considered as one of the most common disease and over 1.13 ...
    • Mucosal delivery of vaccines 

      Karim, Rejaul (BRAC Univeristy, 2015-08)
      Vaccines are capable of inducing cellular and humoral immune responses which could provide prophylactic and therapeutic responses against various diseases such as those that are infectious in nature and other that are ...
    • Multi-drug resistant pathogens of pneumonia: our stance 

      Trisha, Toufiqua Tabassum (Brac University, 2020-02)
      As one of the preeminent causes of death, pneumonia is causing more harm than anticipated. Especially, the accompanying horror of antibiotic resistance is adding up into the pile of misery and the emergence of multidrug ...
    • Natural products and their combinatory effects in breast cancer treatment 

      Siddique, Md. Ayman (Brac University, 2021-06)
      Breast cancer is one of the major causes of mortality for women across the globe. As treatment options for breast cancer, hormonal therapy, surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy have long been used. Despite advances in ...
    • A novel and superior approach to diabetic management: utilization of a fuzzy-logic based system for precision insulin dosing in type 2 diabetes patients 

      Orni, Proma Roy (BRAC University, 2018-08)
      Diabetes, a complex heterogeneous disease, characterized mainly by hyperglycemia due to defects in the pancreatic β-cells. The treatment necessities and individualization of care of a diabetes depend on the patient’s ...
    • Observation of stroke in a tertiary care neurology and neurosurgery hospital in Bangladesh: risk factors, symptoms and treatment strategies 

      Khanam, Umme Salma (BRAC Univeristy, 2018-02)
      Stroke is a frequently occurring acute cerebrovascular event which is characterized by blood vessel disruption in the brain. We sought to represent the risk factors, symptoms and treatment strategies of stroke in Dhaka, ...
    • Oncogenes: new targets in cancer treatment 

      Chowdhury, Waseka Shams (Brac University, 2019-10)
      In the recent years, progression in cancer genetics and biology has shifted the paradigm for cancer drug development and design. Greater emphasis is given for the development of a specific, non-toxic and molecule based ...
    • Oncolytic viral therapy: new horizons for cancer remedy in the 21st Century 

      Mondal, Yaseer Arafat A. (Brac University, 2019-08)
      Oncolytic viral therapy has proven to be propitious that is making glorious inroads against the vicious claws of cancer. Oncolytic viruses (OVs) are modified to replicate in a selective manner in neoplastic cells. They ...
    • Optimization of a formulation of ketorolac tromethamine using DoE 

      Erina, Ishrat Naher (BRAC Univeristy, 2016-10)
      The oral sustained release drug delivery system is often considered as one of the most convenient forms of drug administration over conventional dosage forms due to its ability to maintain an effective therapeutic efficacy ...