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Name
Md. Golzar Hossain
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Phone Number
8801719336366
Email
mghossain87@yahoo.com
Birthday
12/25/1987
Country
Bangladesh
Current Address
Graduate School of Medicine, Osaka University
Zip Code
565-0871
BVC Registration Number
3519
Organisation Designation
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Degree Obtained
DVM
Institute
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Year
2010
Best Five Publications
Hossain MG and Ueda K 2017. Investigation of a Novel Hepatitis B Virus Surface Antigen (HBsAg) Escape Mutant Affecting Immunogenicity. PLoS ONE 12(1): e0167871.

Hossain MG, Azad MTA, Akter S, Amin MM and Saha S. 2014. Biological characterization and determination of comparative efficacy of an inactivated Newcastle disease virus vaacine prepared from velogenic strain. African Journal of Microbiology Research 8(29): 2801-2808

Hossain MG, Saha S, Rahman MM, Singha JK and Mamun AA. 2013. Isolation, identification and antibiogram study of Pseudomonas aeruginosa from cattle in Bangladesh. Journal of Veterinary Advances. 3(7): 180-185.

Rine MZ, Hossain MG, Akter S, Tarif AMM, Bari FY, Alam MGS (2014). Evaluation of Seed Germination Inhibition Test for Early Detection of Pregnancy in Cross Breed Dairy Cattle in Bangladesh. Journal of Veterinary Advances. 4(1): 343-349.

Khatun R, Parvez MA, Hossain MG, Saha S and Amin MM. 2012. Investigation on the efficacy of Salmonella gallinarum killed vaccine. Bangladesh Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 10 (1&2): 41- 49.

Sabrin MS, Saha S, Amin MM and Hossain MG. 2012. Immune response and protective potential following vaccination against Newcastle disease virus and fowl cholera in naked neck chicken. The Bangladesh Veterinarian, 29(2): 49 - 55.

Sarkar SC, Saha S, Amin MM and Hossain MG. 2012. The efficacy of Ranikhet disease vaccines produced by Livestock Research Institute of Bangladesh. Microbes and Health, 1(1): 9-13.

Akter MS, Saha S, Islam MA and Hossain MG. 2012. Investigation on the efficacy of a killed Salmonella pullorum vaccine. Microbes and Health, 1(1): 14-18.