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A.H.M. Nurun Nabi Professor

Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology University of Dhaka, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh.

Phone: 880-2-9661900/7660 (Work); 880-2-1914737989 (Cell); 880-2-9120385 (Home)

Fax: 880-2-9667222 E-mail: nabi@du.ac.bd

Academic Qualifications 1. Doctor of Philosophy in Biochemistry from the laboratory of Animal Biochemistry, United

Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Gifu University, Japan in 2006. 2. Master of Philosophy in Biochemistry from the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular

Biology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh in 2000. 3. Master of Science in Biochemistry from the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology,

University of Dhaka, Bangladesh in 1996 (First class). 4. Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular

Biology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh in 1995 (First class). 5. Higher Secondary Certificate in Science from Rajshahi College, Rajshahi in 1992 (First

division). 6. Secondary School Certificate in Science from Rajshahi Collegiate School, Rajshahi in 1990

(First division). Professional attachments

  1. Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh since October 2013-till to date.
  2.  Student Advisor, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh since December 2010-till to date
  3. Visiting Professor, Faculty of Applied Biological Sciences, Gifu University, Japan from April 2014 till to date.
  4. Associate Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh since June 2011 to October 09, 2013.
  5. Visiting Associate Professor, Faculty of Applied Biological Sciences, Gifu University, Japan from October 2009 to October 2010.
  6. Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh from August 2006 to June 2011.
  7. Lecturer, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh from March 2001 to July 2006.
  8. Honorary Teaching Staff, Department of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh from January 2007 to June 2007.
  9. Honorary Teaching Staff, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh from June 2002 to Aug 2003 and November 2006 to August 2007.
  10. Research Fellow, Bangladesh Institute of Research and Rehabilitation in Diebetes, Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders (BIRDEM), Dhaka, Bangladesh from January 2000 to February 2001.
  11. Research Fellow, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh from September 1996 to August 1998.

Research Experiences i. During Post-doctoral Research Fellowship, research works on in vitro protein expression, protein-

protein interaction using Nanobiotechnology techniques, protein purification, cell culture techniques and trouble-shooting, angiogenesis have been carried out. Functional studies of Renin, Prorenin and (Pro)rennin receptors were the main research interests and binding mechanisms of renin and prorenin to (pro)rennin receptor were the main research areas.

ii. Possess experience in research works on protein purification, cell culture, expression of specific genes and its functional study on the cell membrane.

iii. Determination of health status with respect to their biochemical and cellular conditions of the garage workers and creating awareness in the workers regarding possible health hazards of working in such environments.

iv. Possess experience in collecting and analyzing human samples from the arsenic endemic regions. Research works were carried out on the nutritional, biochemical and immunological aspects of arsenic (chronically exposed arsenic through drinking water) affected Bangladeshi population and a thesis entitled “Immunological and Biochemical Investigations in Human Arsenic Toxicity” was submitted for the partial fulfillment of M.Phil degree.

v. Functional studies of human neutrophils such as chemotaxis, locomotion, adhesion, NBT dye reduction ability, phagocytosis in response to lipopolysaccharide of Klebsiella pneumniae were carried out in vitro.

vi. A research work under a project entitled “Phagocytosis and Superoxide dismutase activity by the Polymorphonuclear Neutrophils in Type 2 Diabetic Nephropathy Patients” has been successfully completed.

vii. Handling experimental animals and developing diabetic rats for the functional studies of neutrophils isolated from these rats (Long Evan rats).

International Research Collaborations 1. Professor Fumiaki Suzuki, Vice President and Laboratory of Biological Chemistry, Faculty of

Biological Sciences, Gifu University, Japan. 2. Dr. Mohammad Nasir Uddin, Assistant Professor, Department of Systems Biology and Translational

Medicine, College of Medicine, Texas A & M Health Science Center, Temple 702 SW HK Dodgen Loop, Texas, USA.

Research Grants obtained as Principal Investigator 1. Third World Academy of Sciences, 2015 2. Ministry of Education, Government of the Peoples’ Republic of Bangladesh. 3. Ministry of Science, Technology and Communication Technology, Government of the Peoples’ Republic

of Bangladesh. 4. University Grants Commission, Bangladesh. 5. Biotechnology Research Center, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. 6. Center for Advanced Studies and Research, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. 7. Bangladesh Medical Research Council.

Ongoing Research Projects 1. Association of renin, angiotensin converting enzyme, aldosterone synthase gene polymorphisms with

hypertension among Bangladeshi population in collaboration with Professor Sajal Benerjee, Department of Cardiology, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU).

2. Conservation of (pro)renin receptor gene and its evolutionary perspective among different species in collaboration with Professor Fumiaki Suzuki, Laboratory of Animal Science, Gifu University, Japan and Dr. Rajib Chakravorty, Victoria Research Laboratory, University of Melbourne, Australia.

3. Association of transforming growth factor beta-1 gene polymorphisms with pre-eclampsia among Bangladeshi pregnant women in collaboration with Dr Mohammad Nasir Uddin, Assistant Professor, Department of Systems Biology and Translational Medicine, College of Medicine, Texas A & M Health Science Center, Texas, USA.

4. Determination of genotypic and allelic frequencies of reactive oxygen species neutralizing enzyme genes and tumor suppressor gene in heavy metal exposed Bangladeshi population.

5. Binding mechanism of renin and prorenin to the (pro)renin receptor in collaboration with Professor Fumiaki Suzuki, Laboratory of Animal Science, Gifu University, Japan.

6. Association of transforming growth factor beta-1 gene polymorphisms with hypertension among Bangladeshi population in collaboration with Professor Fumiaki Suzuki, Laboratory of Animal Science, Gifu University, Japan.

7. Association of insulin receptor substrate-1 and 2 (IRS-1, IRS-2), glucose transporter 1 and 4 (GLUT1, GLUT4) gene polymorphisms with diabetes mellitus in Bangladeshi population in collaboration with Professor Liaquat Ali, Vice-Chancellor, Bangladesh University of Health Science and Group Leader, Biomedical Research Group, BIRDEM, Dhaka.

8. The genotypic and functional association of apolipoprotien E and lipoprotein(a) gene polymorphisms with diabetic nephropathy in Bangladeshi population.

9. Genetic association and oxidative stress in Bangladeshi population with rheumatoid arthritis. 10. Association study of mitochondrial DNA copy number and polymorphisms with type 2 diabetes in

Bangladeshi population. 11. Association study of CLIP2, LCAT and Troponin genes with the onset of coronary artery disease in

Bangladeshi population. 12. Association study of glucokinase, phsophofuctokinase and pyruvate kinase gene polymorphisms with

Bangladeshi type 2 diabetes populations. 13. Determination of genotypic and allelic frequencies of adiponectin and leptin receptor genes in type 2

Bangladeshi obese subjects. Awards 1. Merit Scholarship awarded by the People’s Republic of Bangladesh from 1990-92.

2. Merit Scholarship awarded by the People’s Republic of Bangladesh from 1990-95. 3. Ph.D. Scholarship awarded by the Japan Government (2003-2006). 4. JSPS Post doctoral fellowship awarded by Japan Society for Promotion of Science (2007-2009).

Research awards 1. Research work entitled “Analyses of genetic variations of tumor suppressor p53 gene at

codon 72 in Bangladeshi tannery workers and healthy controls” won the 2nd Prize for best ORAL presentation in National Conference on Biochemistry, Industry and Sustainable Economy organized by the Bangladesh Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

2. Research work entitled “Prediction of cluster of B and T cell epitopes from invasive, virulent and membrane associated proteins of Campylobacter jejuni” won the 1st Prize for best POSTER in International Conference of Biotechnology in Health and Agriculture (ICBHA)2015 organized by the Global Network of Bangladeshi Biotechnologists.

rd3. Research work entitled “Analyses of genetic variations of glutathione-S-transferase (GST) mu1, theta1 genes and GST activity in Bangladeshi tannery workers and healthy controls” won the 3Prize for POSTER presentation in International Conference of Biotechnology in Health and Agriculture (ICBHA)2015 organized by the Global Network of Bangladeshi Biotechnologists.

Membership

1. Bangladesh Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (Life member).

2. Graduate Biochemist Association of Bangladesh.

3. International Advisory Board Member of the “Reviews in Agricultural Science”. List of Publications

Total number of publications : 51 Number of chapters in books : 05 Number of review articles : 07 Number of research articles : 39

Chapters in Books 1. Rownock Afruza, Fumiaki Suzuki and AHM Nurun Nabi. Pharmacogenomics in Personalized Medicine:

Role of Gene Polymorphisms in Drug Response. In Biotechnology and Bioinformatics – Current Trends and Future Perspective edited by Drs Devarajan Thangadurai and Jayabalan Sangeetha. Chapter 2, pp 35-72; July 2014 (ISBN: 9781771880015).

2. AKM Mahbub Hasan, Sajib Chakrobarty, Rajib Chakrovorty, AHM Nurun Nabi. In Biotechnology and Bioinformatics – Current Trends and Future Perspective edited by Drs Devarajan Thangadurai and Jayabalan Sangeetha. Jointly published by Apple Academic Press and CRC Press. Chapter 14, pp. 356389; July 2014 (ISBN: 9781771880015).

3. AHM Nurun Nabi, Fumiaki Suzuki and Tadashi Inagami. Renin. In Neil D. Rawlings and Guy S. Salvesen, editors: Handbook of Proteolytic Enzymes, Oxford: Academic Press, 2013, pp. 71 – 82. (ISBN 978-0-12-382219-2; Elsevier).

4. AHM Nurun Nabi, Thomas J. Kuehl and Mohammad Nasir Uddin. Role of interleukin-6 in cardiovascular diseases. In Interleukin-6: Genetics, Clinical Applications and Role in Disease edited by Jovanni D’Aquino and Edward N. DeVito. Chapter 4, pp. 151-178. Nova Publishers. Published on April, 2013 (ISBN: 978-1-62417-592-3).

5. AHM Nurun Nabi and Fumiaki Suzuki. Biochemical, Structural and Pathophysiological Aspects of Prorenin and (Pro)renin Receptor” in Protein-Protein interaction edited by Drs Jianfeng Cai and Rongsheng E. Wang (Chapter 13, InTech publication, ISBN 978-953-51-0244-1); pp: 243-274, 2012.

Review articles 1. Biswas KB, Nabi AHMN, Ebihara A, Nakagawa T, Iddamalgoda A, Suzuki F. Renin angiotensin

system-dependent and –independent functions of (pro)renin receptor and the roles of its blockers. Reviews in Agricultural Science. 2014, 2:37-47.

2. Nabi AHMN, Biswas KB, Ebihara A, Nakagawa T, Suzuki F. Renin angiotensin system in the context of renin, prorenin and (pro)renin receptor. Reviews in Agricultural Science. 2013, 1: 43-60.

3. Nabi AHMN and Suzuki F. Biochemical, Enzymatic and Molecular Properties of Renin/Prorenin Mediated by (Pro)Renin Receptor. Immunology, Endocrine & Metabolic Agents in Medicinal Chemistry, 2012; 12 (1): 53-63. DOI: 10.2174/187152212799857673.

4. Nabi AHMN, Biswas KB, Arai Y, Nakagawa T, Ebihara A, Islam LN, Suzuki F. (Pro)renin receptor and prorenin: their plausible sites for protein-protein interaction on the basis of current in vitro studies. Front Biosci, 2012, 17: 389-395. PMID: 22201750.

5. Ebihara A, Nakagawa T, Nakane C, Nabi AHMN, Suzuki F. Towards three-dimensional structural analysis of (pro)renin receptor. Front Biosci, (Elite Ed). 2012; 4: 1150-1156. PMID: 22201942.

6. Nabi AHMN and Fumiaki Suzuki. Biochemical properties of renin and prorenin binding to the (pro)renin receptor. Hypertens Res. 2010; 33(2): 91-97. PMID: 19942927.

7. Uddin MN, Nabi AHMN, Nakagawa T, Ichihara A, Inagami T, Suzuki F. Non-proteolytic activation of prorenin: activation by (pro)renin receptor and its inhibition by a prorenin prosegment, “decoy peptide”. Frontiers in Bioscience, 2008, 13:745-53. PMID: 17981584.

Research articles

1. Yeasmin T, Salma Akter, Mouly Debnath, Akio Ebihara, Tsutomu Nakagawa, Nabi AHMN. In silico proposition to predict cluster of B- and T-cell epitopes for the usefulness of vaccine design from invasive, virulent and membrane associated proteins of C. jejuni. In silico Pharmacology. In press

2. Yeasmin T and Nabi AHMN. B and T cell epitope-based peptides predicted from evolutionarily conserved and whole protein sequences of Ebola virus as vaccine targets. Scandinavian Journal of Immunology, 2016, 83: 321-337.

3. Akther J, Ebihara A, Nakagawa T,  Islam LN, Suzuki F, Hosen MI, Hossain M, Nabi AHMN. Analyses of Genetic Variations of Glutathione S-Transferase Mu1 and Theta1 Genes in Bangladeshi Tannery Workers and Healthy Controls. Biomed Research International, 2016, 2016: 1-8.

4. Yamashita S, Shibata N, Boku-Ikeda A, Abe E, Inayama A, Yamaguchi T, Higuma A, Inagaki K, Tsuyuzaki T, Iwamoto S, Ohno S, Yokogawa T, Nishikawa K, Biswas KB, Nabi AHMN, Nakagawa T, Suzuki F, Ebihara A. Escherichia coli-based production of recombinant ovine angiotensinogen and its characterization as a renin substrate. BMC Biotechnology, 2016 16:33.

5. Laila N. Islam, Adua Rahman, Zimam Mahmud, Nabi AHMN, Mahmud Hossain, M. Mohasin. Assessment of Physicochemical and Biochemical Qualities of Tannery Effluents of Hazaribagh, Dhaka, and Comparison with Non-Tannery Water Samples. International Journal of Environment, 2015; 4(1): 68-81.

6. Sakib MS, Islam MR, Hasan AKMM, and Nabi AHMN. “Prediction of Epitope-Based Peptides for the Utility of Vaccine Development from Fusion and Glycoprotein of Nipah Virus Using In Silico Approach,” Advances in Bioinformatics, vol. 2014, Article ID 402492, 17 pages, 2014. doi:10.1155/2014/402492

7. Mohammad Arif Ashraf, Achia Khatun, Tanzila Sharmin, Faraid Mobin, Arifur Rahman Tanu, Toufique Morshed, Tawkir Ahmad Fakir, Rifat Ara Begum, Nabi AHMN. MPDB 1.0: a medicinal plant database of Bangladesh. Bioinformation, 2014; 10(6): 384-386.

8. Nabi AHMN, Rahman M, Islam LN. Plasma cholesterol modulate functions of neutrophils in streptozotocin-induced type 1 diabetic rats. Biojournal of Science and Technology.Vol:1, 2014.

9. Afruza R, Islam LN, Banerjee S, Hassan MM, Suzuki F, Nabi AHMN. Renin gene polymorphisms in Bangladeshi hypertensive population. Journal of Genomics 2014; 2:45-53. doi:10.7150/jgen.5193.

10.Nabi AHMN, Biswas KB, Nasrin Haque KM, Arai Y, Nakagawa T, Ebihara A, Ichihara A, Inagami T, Suzuki F. Acid-activated prorenin binds to (pro)renin receptor in vitro. Biochemical Biophysical Research Communication, 2012 428(4):506-511.

11.Zinat A, Hossain M, Bhowmik S, Khanom M, Islam LN, Nabi AHMN. Modulation of renal function indices of the occupationally lead exposed Bangladeshi automobile workers. International Journal of Environmental Sciences. 2012, 3 (2): 910-920.

12.Rafiq K, Noma T, Fujisawa Y, Ishihara Y, Arai Y, Nabi AHMN, Suzuki F, Nagai Y, Nakano D, Hitomi H, Kitada K, Urushihara M, Kobori H, Kohno M, Nishiyama A. Renal Sympathetic Denervation Suppresses de novo Podocyte Injury and Albuminuria in Rats with Aortic Regurgitation. Circulation, 2012; 125: 1402-1413.

13.Islam LN, Zahid MSH, Nabi AHMN, Hossain M. Function of serum complement in drinking water arsenic toxicity. J Toxicol, 2012; 2012: 1-7.

14.Biswas KB, Nabi AHMN, Arai Y, Nakagawa T, Ebihara A, Ichihara A, Inagami T, Suzuki F. Qualitative and quantitative analyses of (pro)renin receptor in the medium of cultured human umbilical vein endothelial cells. Hypertens Res, 2011, 34: 735-739.

15.Biswas KB, Nabi AHMN, Arai Y, Nakagawa T, Ebihara A, Ichihara A, Watanabe T, Inagami T, Suzuki F. Aliskiren binds to renin and prorenin bound to (pro)renin receptor in vitro. Hypertens Res. 2010, 33: 1053-1059.

10P16.Nabi AHMN, Biswas KB, Arai Y, Uddin MN, Nakagawa T, Ebihara A, Ichihara A, Inagami T, Suzuki F. Functional characterization of the decoy peptide, RIFLKRMPSI19P. Front Biosci. 2010; 2:1211-1217. 17.Biswas KB, Nabi AHMN, Arai Y, Nakagawa T, Ebihara A, Suzuki F. Species specificity of prorenin

binding to the (pro)renin receptor in vitro. Front Biosci. 2010; 2: 1234-1240. 18.Nabi AHMN, Biswas KB, Nakagawa T, Ichihara A, Inagami T, Suzuki F. Prorenin has high affinity

multiple binding sites for (pro)renin receptor. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta. 2009, 1794(12): 18381847.

19.Nabi AHMN, Biswas KB, Nakagawa T, Ichihara A, Inagami T, Suzuki F. ‘Decoy peptide’ region (RIFLKRMPSI) of prorenin prosegment plays a crucial role in prorenin binding to the (pro)renin receptor. Int J Mol Med. 2009, 24(1): 83-89.

20.Sultana A, Nabi AHMN, Biswas KB, Takemoto M, Suzuki F. A peptide YY inhibits the human renin activity in a pH dependent manner. Frontiers in Bioscience, 2009, 14, 3286-3291.

21.Sultana A, Nabi AHMN, Nasir UM, Maruyama H, Suzuki KM, Mishima S, Suzuki F.A dipeptide YY derived from royal jelly proteins inhibits renin activity. Int J Mol Med. 2008, 21(6):677-681.

22.Du D, Kato T, Nabi AHMN, Suzuki F, Park EY. Expression of functional human (pro)renin receptor in silkworm (Bombyx mori) larvae using BmMNPV bacmid. Biotechnol Appl Biochem. 2008, 49 (Pt 3):195-202.

23.Sakoda M, Ichihara A, Kaneshiro Y, Takemitsu T, Nakazato Y, Nabi AHMN, Nakagawa T, Suzuki F, Inagami T, Itoh H. (Pro)renin receptor-mediated activation of mitogen-activated protein kinases in human vascular smooth muscle cells. Hypertension Research, 2007, 30 (11):1139-1146.

24.Nabi AHMN, Uddin NM, Nakagawa T, Iwata H, Ichihara A, Inagami T, Suzuki F. Role of “handle” region of prorenin prosegment in the non-proteolytic activation of prorenin by binding to membrane anchored (pro)renin receptor. Frontiers in Bioscience, 2007, 12: 4810-4817.

25.Islam LN, Nabi AHMN, Rahman MM, Zahid MS. Association of respiratory complications and elevated serum immunoglobulins with drinking water arsenic toxicity in human. J Environ Sci Health A Tox Hazard Subst Environ Eng. 2007, 42(12):1807-1814.

26.Kaneshiro Y, Ichihara A, Sakoda M, Takemitsu T, Nabi AHMN, Uddin MN, Nakagawa T, Nishiyama A, Suzuki F, Inagami T, Itoh H. Slowly progressive, angiotensin II-independent glomerulosclerosis in human (pro)renin receptor-transgenic rats. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2007, 18(6):1789-1795.

27.Fatema K, Hannan JMA, Nabi AHMN and Ali L. Effect of sodium cyclamate on serum lipids and platelet aggregation in nondiabetic rats. Diabetes and Endocrine Journal (Diab Endocr J), 2006; 34: 35.

28. Nabi AHMN, Kageshima A, Uddin MN, Nakagawa T, Park EY, Suzuki F. Binding properties of rat prorenin and renin to the recombinant rat renin/prorenin receptor prepared by a baculovirus expression system. Int J Mol Med. 2006, 18(3):483-488.

29.Nabi AHMN, Rahman MM, Islam LN. Evaluation of Biochemical Changes in Chronic Arsenic Poisoning among Bangladeshi Patients. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2005, 2(3-4):385-393.

30.Ichihara A, Suzuki F, Nakagawa T, Kaneshiro Y, Takemitsu T, Sakoda M, Nabi AHMN, Nishiyama A, Sugaya T, Hayashi M, Inagami T. Prorenin receptor blockade inhibits development of glomerulosclerosis in diabetic angiotensin II type 1a receptor-deficient mice. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2006, 17(7):1950-1961.

31.Nabi AHMN, Islam LN, Rahman MM, Biswas KB. Polymorphonuclear neutrophil dysfunctions in streptozotocin-induced type 1 diabetic rats. J Biochem Mol Biol. 2005, 38(6):661-667.

32.Nasir UM, Iwanaga S, Nabi AHMN, Urayama O, Hayashi K, Hayashi T, Kawai K, Sultana A, Murakami K, Suzuki F. Laughter therapy modulates the parameters of renin-angiotensin system in patients with type 2 diabetes. Int J Mol Med. 2005, 16(6):1077-1081.

33.Nabi AHMN, Uddin MN, Nakagawa T, Orihashi T, Ebihara A, Iwasawa A, Nakamura Y, Suzuki F. Roles of His9 (P2 subsite) and His13 (P3’ subsite) in angiotensinogen for catalytic reaction of renin. Int J Mol Med. 2005, 16(1):103-107.

34.Islam LN, Nabi AHMN, Rahman MM, Khan MA, Kazi AI. Association of clinical complications with nutritional status and the prevalence of Leucopenia among arsenic patients in Bangladesh. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2004, 1(2):74-82.

35.Ichihara A, Hayashi M, Kaneshiro Y, Suzuki F, Nakagawa T, Tada Y, Koura Y, Nishiyama A, Okada H, Uddin MN, Nabi AHMN, Ishida Y, Inagami T, Saruta T. Inhibition of diabetic nephropathy by a decoy peptide corresponding to the “handle” region for nonproteolytic activation of prorenin. J Clin Invest. 2004, 114(8):1128-1135.

36.Islam LN, Nabi AHMN. Endotoxins of enteric pathogens modulate the functions of human neutrophils and lymphocytes. J Biochem Mol Biol. 2003, 36(6):565-571.

37.Islam LN, Nabi AHMN, Ahmed KM, Sultana N. Endotoxins of enteric pathogens are chemotactic factors for human neutrophils. J Biochem Mol Biol. 2002, 35(5): 482-487.

38.Nabi AHMN and Laila N. Islam. Study of the functions of human neutrophils in response to Klebsiella pneumoniae LPS. Dhaka Univ. J. Biol. Sci. 2001, 10, 59-68.

39.Laila N. Islam, K. Saiful Islam, M. Enamul Kabir, M. Sazzad Hossain, Nabi AHMN and N. G. Banik. Impaired neutrophil function in diabetes mellitus. Bangladesh J. Biochem. 2000, 6, 45-59.

Abstracts/Conference Reports 1. Jobaida Akther, Fauzun Shaona, Ismail Hosen, Nabi AHMN. Distribution of HLA-DRB1 and HLA-

DQB1 alleles among patients with rheumatoid arthritis and healthy controls in Bangladeshi population. Published in the proceedings of the Second International South Asian Biotechnology Conference 2016, held in February 05-06, 2016 at Nabab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate Bhaban, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

2. Rafeka Hossain, Tahirah Yasmin, Ismail Hosen, Nabi AHMN. Potential continuous and discontinuous B cell epitopes predicted from fiber, hexon and penton base proteins of adenovirus. Published in the proceedings of the Second International South Asian Biotechnology Conference 2016, held in February 05-06, 2016 at Nabab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate Bhaban, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

3. Rifat Ara Begum, Tahirah Yasmin, Shaila Haque, Nabi AHMN. In silico evolutionary analyses of Wnt signaling proteins predict functional variations of organ regeneration in vertebrates. Published in the proceedings of the Second International South Asian Biotechnology Conference 2016, held in February 05-06, 2016 at Nabab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate Bhaban, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

4. Jobaida Akther, Akio Ebihara, Tsutomu Nakagawa, Laila N Islam, Fumiaki Suzuki, Nabi AHMN. Analyses of genetic variations of tumor suppressor p53 gene at codon 72 in Bangladeshi tannery workers and healthy controls. Published in the proceedings of the National Conference on Biochemistry, Industry and Sustainable Economy organized by the Bangladesh Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology held in March 21, 2015 at Dhaka, Bangladesh.

5. Tahirah Yasmin, Nabi AHMN. CLEC5A receptor silencing is a probable therapeutic against Dengue and Japanese Encephalitis virus infection in human. Published in the proceedings of the National Conference on Biochemistry, Industry and Sustainable Economy organized by the Bangladesh Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology held in March 21, 2015 at Dhaka, Bangladesh.

6. Kamrun Nahar Sharmin, Laila N Islam, Nabi AHMN. Identification and characterization of amylase producing bacteria from environmental sample. Published in the proceedings of the National Conference on Biochemistry, Industry and Sustainable Economy organized by the Bangladesh Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology held in March 21, 2015 at Dhaka, Bangladesh.

7. Tahirah Yasmin, Salma Akter, Mouly Debnath, Nabi AHMN. Prediction of cluster of B and T cell epitopes from invasive, virulent and membrane associated proteins of Campylobacter jejuni. Published in the proceedings of the International Conference of Biotechnology in Health and Agriculture (ICBHA)organized by the Global Network of Bangladeshi Biotechnologists held in January 09-102015, at Dhaka, Bangladesh.

8. Jobaida Akther, Adua Rahman, Akio Ebihara, Tsutomu Nakagawa, Mahmud Hossain, Laila N Islam, Fumiaki Suzuki, Nabi AHMN. Analyses of genetic variations of glutathione-S-transferase (GST) mu1, theta1 genes and GST activity in Bangladeshi tannery workers and healthy controls. Published in the proceedings of the International Conference of Biotechnology in Health and Agriculture (ICBHA)organized by the Global Network of Bangladeshi Biotechnologists held in January 09-10, 2015 at Dhaka, Bangladesh.

th9. Biswas KB, Nabi AHMN, Ebihara A, Arai Y, Nakagawa T, Ichihara A, Inagami T, Suzuki F. Aliskiren inhibits the secretion of soluble (pro)renin receptor in the medium of cultured human umbilical vein endothelial cells. Published in the proceedings of the 20Scientific Meeting of the European Society of Hypertension. Held in Milan, Italy from June 14-17, 2013.

10. Akhter W, Afruza R, Islam LN, Nabi AHMN. Association of transforming growth factor ß-1 gene polymorphism and its circulating levels with hypertension in Bangladeshi population. Abstract published in the proceedings of the Bangladesh Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2013; p107.

11. Nabi AHMN, Md Taibur Rahman, Sajib Chakraborty, AKM Mahbub Hasan, Sonia Tamanna, Rajib Chakravorty , Fumiaki Suzuki. Conservation of (pro)renin receptor gene among different species: an evolutionary perspective. Abstract published in the proceedings of the Bangladesh Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2012; p39.

12. Rownock Afruza, Laila N Islam, Sajal Banerjee, Md. Mahbub Hassan, Fumiaki Suzuki, Nabi AHMN. Association of angiotensin converting enzyme and renin gene polymorphisms with hypertension in Bangladeshi population. Abstract published in the proceedings of the Bangladesh Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2012; p43.

st13. Biswas KB, Nabi AHMN, Arai Y, Nakagawa T, Ebihara A, Ichihara A, Inagami T, Suzuki F. Quantitative analysis of (pro)renin receptor in the medium of human umbilical vein endothelial cells. The abstract book of the 21European Meeting on Hypertension held in Milan, Italy in 2011.

rd14. Biswas KB, Nabi AHMN, Arai Y, Nakagawa T, Ebihara A, Suzuki F. Development of the sandwich enzyme linked immunosorbent assay for the quantitative analysis of soluble (pro)renin receptor. The abstract book of the 83Annual Meeting of the Japanese Biochemical Society held in Kobe, Japan in 2010.

rd15. Biswas KB, Nabi AHMN, Arai Y, Nakagawa T, Ebihara A, Ichihara A, Inagami T, Suzuki F. Quantitative analysis of soluble (pro)renin receptor using sandwich enzyme linked immunosorbent assay. The abstract book of the 33Annual Scientific Meeting of the Japanese Society of Hypertension held in Fukuoka, Japan in 2010.

rd16. Biswas KB, Nabi AHMN, Arai Y, Nakagawa T, Ebihara A, Ichihara A, Watanabe T, Inagami T, Suzuki F. Aliskiren binds to the complexes of renin and prorenin with (pro)renin receptor. The abstract book of the 23Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Hypertension held in Vancouver, Canada in 2010.

rd17. Nabi AHMN, Biswas KB, Arai Y, Nakagawa T, Ebihara A, Ichihara A, Inagami T, Suzuki F. (Pro)renin receptor from the human umbilical vein endothelial cells binds and activates recombinant human prorenin. The abstract book of the 23Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Hypertension held in Vancouver, Canada in 2010.

th18. Nabi AHMN, Biswas KB, Haque KMN, Arai Y, Nakagawa T, Ebihara A, Ichihara A, Inagami T, Suzuki F. Biochemical properties of non-proteolytically activated prorenin: Elucidation of its binding kinetics and molecular activities. The abstract book of the 20European Meeting on Hypertension held in Oslo, Norway in 2010 (pp.24.463).

nd19. Biswas KB, Nabi AHMN, Ebihara A, Arai Y, Nakagawa T, Ichihara A, Watanabe T, Suzuki F. Inhibition of the activities of human renin and activated prorenin by aliskiren - an in vitro study. The abstract book of the 82Annual Meeting of the Japanese Biochemical Society held in Kobe, Japan in 2009. 20. Nabi AHMN, Biswas KB, Arai Y, Nakagawa T, Ebihara A, Ichihara A, Inagami T, Suzuki F. Existence of

multiple binding sites in (pro)renin receptor for prorenin. The abstract book of the 32ndAnnual Scientific Meeting of the Japanese Society of Hypertension held in Otsu, Japan in 2009.

nd21. Biswas KB, Nabi AHMN, Ebihara A, Arai Y, Nakagawa T, Ichihara A, Inagami T, Suzuki F. In vitro inhibition of the activity of mature renin and (pro)renin receptor-bound activated prorenin by aliskiren. The abstract book of the 32Annual Scientific Meeting of the Japanese Society of Hypertension held in Otsu, Japan in 2009.

22. Nabi AHMN, Biswas KB, Ebihara A, Arai Y, Nakagawa T, Ichihara A, Inagami T, Suzuki F. Essential role of basic amino acid residues of the ‘Handle’ region in prorenin for interaction with (pro)renin receptor. Hypertension 2009; 54: E112-E112.

23. Nabi AHMN, Biswas KB, Nakagawa T, Ichihara A, Inagami T, Suzuki F. “Decoy peptide” region (RIFLKRMPSI) of prorenin prosegment plays a crucial role for prorenin binding to the (pro)renin receptor. The abstract book of VIII European Symposium of the Protein Society held in Zurich, Switzerland 2009: pp. 192.

24. Biswas KB, Nabi AHMN, Nakagawa T, Ichihara A, Inagami T, Suzuki F. Binding properties of rat prorenin to human (pro)renin receptor in vitro. The abstract book of VIII European Symposium of the Protein Society held in Zurich, Switzerland 2009: pp. 192.

th25. Nabi AHMN, Biswas KB, Nakagawa T, Ichihara A, Inagami T, Suzuki F. (Pro)renin receptor has multiple binding sites with high affinity for prorenin. The abstract book of 19European Meeting on Hypertension held in Milan, Italy 2009: pp.S343-S344.

26. Nabi AHMN, Biswas KB, Nakagawa T, Ichihara A, EY Park, Inagami T, Suzuki F. In vitro binding properties of rat prorenin to human (pro)renin receptor. The abstract book of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Conference, Kobe, Japan 2008: pp.362.

27. Nabi AHMN, Biswas KB, Nakagawa T, Ichihara A, EY Park, Inagami T, Suzuki F. In vitro binding properties of human renin, prorenin, and decoy peptide to the (pro)renin receptor. Hypertension 2008; 52: E69-E69.

28. Nabi AHMN, Biswas KB, Nakagawa T, Ichihara A, EY Park, Inagami T, Suzuki F. Decoy peptide binds to the (pro)renin receptor in vitro to inhibit renin and prorenin binding. J Hypertens 2008; 26 (Suppl 1): S205-S205.

29. Suzuki F, Nabi AHMN, Biswas KB, Nakagawa T, Ichihara A, Park EY, Inagami T. Prorenin binding to (pro)renin receptor and its inhibition by the decoy peptide (RIFLKRMPSI) in vitro. J Renin Angiotensin Aldosterone Syst 2008; 9 (Suppl 1): S9.

30. Biswas KB, Nabi AHMN, Nakagawa T, Ichihara A, Park EY, Inagami T and Suzuki F. In vitro binding properties of rat prorenin to human (pro)renin receptor. Abstract published in the proceedings of the Japanese Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2008; p362.

31. Muramatsu N, Nakata T, Matsui M, Koga K, Nakagawa T, Nabi AHMN and Suzuki. Renin and (pro)renin receptor mRNA express at initial stage of embryonic development. Abstract published in the proceedings of the Japanese Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2008; p804.

32. Nabi AHMN, Biswas KB, Nakagawa T, Ichihara A, Park EY, Inagami T, Suzuki F. In vitro binding properties of human renin, prorenin, and decoy peptide to the (pro)renin receptor. Hypertension, 2008, 52 (4), E69-E69.

33. Nabi AHMN, Biswas KB, Nakagawa T, Ichihara A, Park EY, Inagami T, Suzuki F. Decoy peptide binds to the (pro)renin receptor in vitro to inhibit renin and prorenin binding. Journal of Hypertension, 2008, 26; S205-S205.

34. F. Suzuki, N. Nabi, K. B Biswas, T. Nakagawa, A. Ichihara, E. Y Park, and T. Inagami. Prorenin binding to (pro)renin receptor and its inhibition by the decoy peptide (RIFLKRMPSI)in vitro. Journal of Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone System, 2008; 9(1_suppl): S9 - S9.

35. Nabi AHMN, Biswas KB, Nakagawa T, Ichihara A, Park EY, Inagami T and Suzuki F. Decoy peptide binds to the (pro)renin receptor in vitro to inhibit renin and prorenin binding. Journal of Hypertension, 2008, 26 (Suppl.1), S205-S205.

36. Nabi AHMN, Nakagawa T, Biswas KB, Nakamura Y and Suzuki F. Binding properties of human (pro)renin receptor to rat prorenin. Abstract published in the proceedings of the Japanese Society or Bioscience, Biotechnology and Agrochemistry, 2008.

37. Nabi AHMN, U M. Nasir, T Nakagawa, A Ichihara, T Inagami, F Suzuki. (Pro)renin receptor: biochemical study on the binding to prorenin and renin. Abstract published in the proceedings of the conference of ‘International Society of Hypertension’ held in Fukuoka, Japan from October 14 -19, 2006.

38. Nabi AHMN, Ayano Kageshima, Mohammad Nasir Uddin, Tsutomu Nakagawa, Enoch Y. Park and Fumiaki Suzuki (2006). Binding properties of rat prorenin and renin to the recombinant rat renin/prorenin receptor prepared by a baculovirus expression system. Abstract published in the proceedings of the conference 20th IUBMB International Congress of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology held in Kyoto, Japan from June 18-23, 2006.

39. Nabi AHMN, U M. Nasir,T Nakagawa, A Ichihara,T Inagami, F Suzuki. Roles of  “handle” region of prosegment sequence of prorenin in the “Receptor-Associated Prorenin System” (“RAPS”). J Hypertens 23 (suppl 2): S259, 2005.

40. Nabi AHMN, U M. Nasir,T Nakagawa, H Sakata, H Iwata, A Ichihara, Y Ishida,T Inagami,F Suzuki. “Handle” region of prosegment part of prorenin plays a crucial role in “Receptor-Associated Prorenin System” (RAPS). Abstract published in the proceedings of the 78conference of the Japanese Biochemical Society, 2005.

41. Mohammad Nasir Uddin, Afroza Sultana, Takakura Ayano, Nabi AHMN, and Fumiaki Suzuki. The Short Term Effect of Laugter Therapy On The Components Of Renin-Angiotensin System In Patients With Type 2 Diabetes.” Abstract published in the proceedings of the 4conference on “Heart and Gene” in 2005.

42. Nabi AHMN, Mohammad Nasir Uddin, Tsutomu Nakagawa, Takenori Orihashi , Akio Ebihara, Atsushi Iwasawa, Yukio Nakamura and Fumiaki Suzuki. Roles of His(P2 subsite) and His13(P3’ subsite) in angiotensinogen for catalytic reaction of renin. Abstract published in the proceedings of the 77th

conference of the Japanese Biochemical Society, 2004. 43. Fumiaki Suzuki, Makoto Hayakawa, Tsutomu Nakagawa, Nasir M. Udiin, Nabi AHMN, Atsushi

stIwasawa, Yukio Nakamura. Human prorenin has “gate and handle” regions critical for its nonproteolytic activation by protein-protein interaction. Abstract published in the proceedings of the 1Pacific-Rim International Conference on Protein Science, 2004. 44. Khan AKA, Rahman MA, Farhana BK, Chowdhury HS, Nabi AHMN, Biswas KB, Rashid HU, Ali L.

Raised erythrocyte sodium-lithium countertransport activity in Bangladeshi Type 2 diabetic subjects with family history of hypertension Diabetologia, 2003, 46 (Suppl 2), A350-A350.

45. Rokeya B, Hannan JMA, Rahman MH, Nabi AHMN, Ali L, Mosihuzzaman M and Nahar N. Chronic effect of cold aqueous extract of Allium sativum on glycemic and lipidemic status and platelet aggregation in Type 2 diabetic model rats. Diab Res Clin Pract 2000; 50 (Suppl 1) : S393.

46. Faruque MO, JMA Hannan, MH Rahman, Nabi AHMN, B Rokeya, L Ali, M Mosihuzzaman, N Nahar. Effect of a tropical antihyperglycemic plant extract (M001) on plasma lipids and platelet aggregation in type 2 model diabetic rats. Diab Res Clin Pract 2000; 50 (Suppl 1): S382.

47. Fatema K, Hannan JMA, Nabi AHMN, Rahman MH. Effect of sodium cyclamate on serum lipids and platelet aggregation in nondiabetic rats. Diab Res Clin Pract 2000; 50 (Suppl 1): S380.

48. Biswas KB, Hasin F, Hassan Z, Nabi AHMN, Ali L. Role of autoimmunity in the pathogenesis of young onset diabetes in a Bangladeshi population. Diab Metabolism 2003; 1633: 4S88.

49. Faruque MO, Hannan JMA, Rahman MH, Nabi AHMN, Rokeya B, Ali L, Mosihuzzaman, Nahar N. Effect of tropical antihyperglycemic plant extract (M 001) on plasma lipids and platelet aggregation in Type 2 diabetic model rats. ASOMPS X. 18-23 November 2000 Dhaka, Bangladesh.

50. Laila N. Islam, Nabi AHMN, K. Mokim Ahmed, Novera Sultana, Hasna Yusuf Kanta and Kajla Seheli (1998). Effects of Bacterial endotoxins on the functions of human leukocytes. Bangladesh J Biochem, 4: 96.

Seminars and Conference attended 1. Attended in the Second International South Asian Biotechnology Conference 2016, organized by

the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh in association with South Asian University, New Delhi, India held in February 05-06, 2016 at Nabab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate Bhaban, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

2. Attended in the National Conference on Biochemistry, Industry and Sustainable Economy organized by the Bangladesh Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology held in March 21, 2015 at Nabab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate Bhaban, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

3. Attended in International Conference of Biotechnology in Health and Agriculture (ICBHA)2015 organized by the Global Network of Bangladeshi Biotechnologists held in January 09-10, 2015 at Nabab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate Bhaban, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

4. Attended in the 3rdUGSAS-GU symposium organized by the United Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Gifu University, Japan held in August 4-6, 2014.

5. Attended in the 2ndUGSAS-GU symposium organized by the United Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Gifu University, Japan held in July 2-5, 2013.

6. Attended in the 1stUGSAS-GU symposium organized by the United Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Gifu University, Japan held in July 19-20, 2012.

7. National conference on “Current Trends in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology research in Bangladesh” organized by the Bangladesh Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology held in Rajshahi, Bangladesh from February 25-26, 2012.

8. Attended 3rdrd(pro)renin receptor forum (PRR Forum) held in Tokyo, Japan in 2010. 9. The 33Annual Scientific Meeting of the Japanese Society of Hypertension held in Fukuoka, Japan from October 15-17, 2010.

rd10. 23Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Hypertension. Held in Vancouver, Canada from September 26-30, 2010.

th11. 20Scientific Meeting of the European Society of Hypertension. Held in Oslo, Norway from June 18-21, 2010.

12. The 32ndAnnual Scientific Meeting of the Japanese Society of Hypertension held in Otsu, Shiga, Japan from October 01-03, 2009.

th13. 19Scientific Meeting of the European Society of Hypertension. Held in Milan, Italy from June 1216, 2009.

14. Attended 2nd(pro)renin receptor forum (PRR Forum) held in Tokyo, Japan in 2009. 15. VIII European Symposium of the Protein Society. Held in Zurich, Switzerland from June 14-18,2009.

16. Annual meeting of the Molecular Biology Society of Japan and 81stconference of the Japanese Biochemical Society. Held in Kobe, Japan from December 09-12, 2008.

nd17. 62High Blood Pressure Research Conference 2008 organized by the American Heart Association held in Atlanta, Georgia from September 17-20, 2008.

18. The 31stAnnual Scientific Meeting of the Japanese Society of Hypertension held in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan from September 09-11, 2008.

st19. 21Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Hypertension. Held in Berlin, Germany from June 14-19, 2008.

th20. 18Scientific Meeting of the European Society of Hypertension. Held in Berlin, Germany from June 14-19, 2008.

21. Scientific Meeting of the Japan Society for Bioscience, Biotechnology and Agrochemistry. Held in Nagoya, Japan from March 26-29, 2008.

st22. 21Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Hypertension. Held in Fukuoka, Japan from October 16-20, 2006.

th23. 20International Congress on IUBMB (International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology). Held in Kyoto, Japan from June 18-23, 2006.

th24. 11International Congress on FAOBMB (The Federation of Asian and Oceanian Biochemists and Molecular Biologists). Held in Kyoto, Japan from June 18-23, 2006.

th25. 18Scientific Meeting of the European Society of Hypertension. Held in Milan, Italy from June 1721, 2005.

th26. 78conference of the Japanese Biochemical Society. Held in Kobe, Japan from October 19-22, 2005.

st27. 41Society for Hypertension Related Disease Model Research. Held in Hokkaido, Japan from September 02-03, 2005.

th28. 77conference of the Japanese Biochemical Society. Held in Yokohama, Japan from October 1922, 2004.

29. The 1st Pacific-Rim International Conference on Protein Science. Held in Yokohama, Japan from April 14-18, 2004.

30. 3rd General Meeting of the International Proteolysis Society. Held In Nagoya, Japan in November, 2003.

31. International Conference on Aspartic Proteases and Inhibitors 2003. Held in Kyoto, Japan from November 14-16, 2003

32. Diabetes in Asia. Held in Chennai, India, February, 2001. 33. Annual Symposium of Bangladesh Biochemical Society. Held in Dhaka, Bangladesh in 29thJanuary, 2000.

th34. 10Asian symposium on medicinal plants and other natural products (ASOMPS X). Held in Dhaka, Bangladesh from 18-23 November 2000.

35. The Second Conference of the DIMEMSEA (Diabetes in Middle East, Eastern Mediterranean and South East Asia), Dhaka, March 2-4, 2000.

36. One Day Seminar by the Bangladesh Endocrine Society on ‘Management of Thyroid Disorders’ Dhaka, Oct 6, 2000

37. Novo Nordisk Update and 6th Diabetes & Endocrine Conference, November 24-26, 2000. 38. Third International Seminar on 'Plant materials as a source of antidiabetic agents' Dhaka,

November 16-17, 2000.

 

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Date of Birth : October 04, 1974 (41 years 7 months)Father : Md. Rafiqul Islam (Freedom Fighter, Retd. Assistant Inspector General of Police)Mother : Mrs Nurun Nahar Islam (House Wife)Marital Status : Married Spouse : Dr K.M. Nasrin Haque (House Wife)Children : Blessed with two sons

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