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  • Woman and Children

    PCOS: Female Reproductive Hormonal Disorder

    Menstruation is a necessary procedure of the female reproductive system. It’s a monthly event where the female body discharges menstrual blood and tissues from the uterus through the vagina. During the monthly menstrual cycle, which is around 28 days, a female body goes through hormonal (estrogen and progesterone) fluctuation. The body prepares itself for the stage of pregnancy.  Picture source:…

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  • Biotechnology

    Dark DNA: The Hidden Treasure of Nature

    Recently, mysterious topic has appeared in front of biologists, and that is Dark DNA. Dark DNA is defined as the large regions of DNA that are missing from a genome assembly. The genes are hidden but present as the mRNAs corresponding to these genes can be identified. Adam Greff and his colleagues were researching sand rats (Psammomys obesus) to understand…

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  • Biotechnology

    Gossiping Around Fermentation- A Controversy among Scientists

    Fermentation is a technique that has been mastered by the human for a long time. It is a process where microbes produce enzymes that can change the chemical composition of organic substances to make products at our sweet will. We can find fermentation in every culture, every legend. People have been using this process or we can say using microbes…

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  • Biotechnology

    CRISPR Cas systems: Triumphs and Troubles

    CRISPR/Cas systems are bacterial immune systems that can be manipulated to revolutionize the medical field or even engineer human embryos to meet the specifications we want them to have. Theoretically, using CRISPR-Cas systems, we can add angel-wings or devil-horns to human embryos.  CRISPR stands for Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats. Basically, these are gene sequences that bacteria acquire from…

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  • Microbiology

    Brain-Eating Amoeba- A potential threat to mankind?

    Brain-eating amoeba has been drastically affecting people all over the world, especially in America. Every year, people die from it. It usually affects healthy, young people. What is brain-eating Amoeba? Generally, Amoebas are single celled organisms. Brain eating Amoeba which is known as “Naeglaria fowleri” was discovered in 1965. It was first discovered in Australia but it evolved in USA…

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  • Medical Science

    Noel Rose’s contribution in the demonstration of autoimmunity

    A very basic aspect of immunology includes the ability of the body’s immune cells to differentiate between self and non-self. Based on this phenomenon, our body is capable of identifying foreign bodies that invade our system and elect immune responses against them. Although this is true and evident in the majority of the cases, certain different cases are also evident.…

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  • Biotechnology

    Can humans have two different sets of DNA!

    Figure 1: chimera humans Do we often witness and see such kind of image on the internet and asked ourselves how does it happen and what could be the reason behind it? Well! We will explain the reason behind it.   Genetic chimera is a phenomenon where an organism or tissue contains minimum two different sets of DNA. The name chimera…

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  • Life Style

    Are anxiety attacks actually a normal matter?

    Human life has been running in a fast pace with little room left for emotions. Often either we do not have time or we do not opt to listen to another person share their feelings regarding a matter which troubles them the most. Is that the best way to go? Or are we turning into such materialistic beings pushing each…

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  • Microbiology

    Challenges regarding survival of probiotics in the stomach acid and common solutions.

    We are all familiar with different probiotic containing foods such as yogurt. Probiotic organisms mainly represent the vast number of beneficial bacteria or yeast species that naturally live within our body. In fact, we have nearly trillion microbes on and inside our body ((Probiotics: What is it, Benefits, Side Effects, Food & Types, 2020)).  These beneficial microbes often balance our…

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  • Plant Science

    Rebooting the utilization and consumption of seaweed in Bangladesh

    Often we watch contestants in food programs cooking with these long leafy vegetables, sometimes wrapping other food with it and judges munching on their made snack. Little do we know how much nutritious and versatile this green slimy leafy vegetable is. Seaweeds are indeed extensively used and consumed in coastal cuisines around the world, originating from and prevalent in Asian…

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