Profile of Dr. Sabina Yeasmin

... Name Dr. Sabina Yeasmin
Designation Professor
Last Degree Ph.D

Sabina Yeasmin


Room: TR-04, 5th floor, Science Complex Building,
University of Dhaka, Dhaka-1000.
Phone: 9661920-59 Ext-7820


PhD, Applied Molecular Biology, Osaka Prefecture University, Osaka, Japan, 2001
M.Sc., Biochemistry, University of Dhaka, 1993
B.Sc., Biochemistry University of Dhaka, 1991

Special Training:

Research Student (Fellow) in the Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Department of Applied Biological Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan (October 1997-March 1998).
Post-doctoral Fellow (research grant) in the Instrumentation Engineering Laboratory, National Food Research Institute, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Tsukuba, Japan (April, 2002-March 2003).

Position Held:

Lecturer, Department of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Dhaka. 2004
Assistant Professor, Department of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Dhaka. August 2005
Associate Professor, Department of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Dhaka. April 2011
Professor, Dept. of Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology, University of Dhaka. October 2013 till to date.

Research Interest:

Molecular Biology, Genetics, Metabolism, Immunology, Biochemistry


Original Research Article:

1. Yeasmin Sabina, Atiqur Rahman, Ramesh Chandra Ray, and DidierMontet. Yersinia enterocolitica: Mode of Transmission,Molecular Insights of Virulence, and Pathogenesis of Infection. Journal of Pathogens, Volume 2011, Article ID 429069, 10 pages, doi:10.4061/2011/429069

2. Mustak Ibn Ayub; AMA Emran Bashar; Golam Sarwardi; Waqar Khan; Haseena Khan; Sabina Yeasmin. Combination of two rare mutations causesβ-thalassaemia in a Bangladeshi patient; Mahdi Muhammad Moosa; Genet. Mol. Biol., ahead of print Epub July 22, 2011.

3. Mustak Ibn Ayub, Mahdi Muhammad Moosa, Golam Sarwardi, Waqar Khan, Haseena Khan, Sabina Yeasmin. Mutation Analysis of the HBB Gene in Selected Bangladeshi β-Thalassemic Individuals: Presence of Rare Mutations; Genetic Testing and Molecular Biomarkers. June 2010, 14(3): 299-302. doi:10.1089/gtmb.2009.0160.

4.  Riajul Hossain,  Miraj Kobad Chowdhury,  Sabina Yeasmin and M Mozammel Hoq. Production of Ethanol Using Yeast Isolates on Water Hyacinth and Azolla. Bangladesh J of Microbiol. Vol 27, Number 2, December, 2010, pp 56-60

5. Pinu FR, Yeasmin S, Bari ML, Rahman MM. Microbiological conditions of frozen shrimp in different food market of Dhaka city. Food Sci Technol Res. 2007; 13 (4): 362-365.32

6. Yeasmin S, Bari ML. Irradiation treatment in eliminating Escherichia coli O157:H7 on laboratory- inoculated alfalfa, radish and mung bean seeds. Bang J Microbiol. 2003; 20 (1&2): 23-29.

7. Yeasmin S, Himeno M. Characterization of d-Endotoxin Binding Properties of a Silkworm CryIAa Receptor BtR175b. Banglad J Microbiol. 2002; 19 (1 & 2): 53-60.31

8. Bari ML, Yeasmin S, Kamata Y, Uemura T. Survival and growth of E.coli O157:H7 in composite, crucifer and other vegetable extract. Appl Biol Sci. 2000; 6: 43-51

9. Bari ML, Yeasmin S, Isobe S, Uemura T, Isshiki K (2002). Effectiveness of Electrolyzed oxidizing water in killing E. coli O157:H7, Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes on the surface of tomatoes. J Food Prot. 2002; 66: 542-548.

10. Bari ML, Nazuka E, Yeasmin S, Suzuki S, Isshiki K (2002). Chemical and Irradiation treatments for killing Escherichia coli O157:H7 on laboratoryinoculated alfalfa, radish and mung bean seeds. J. Food Prot. 2002; 66 (5): 767-774.

11. Yeasmin S, Yamada T, Funaki H, Fukada T, Sugimoto K, Himeno M. Construction and Characterization of Hybrid Bacillus thuriengiensis d- Endotoxins. Applied Biological Science. 2000: 6: 17-30.

12. Bari ML, Yeasmin S, Kusunoki H, Uemura T. Irradiation Preservation of Fish (Pangacius pangacius) Cutlet at ambient temperature. J Food Prot. 2000; 63 (1) :56-62.

Books or Chapters:

1. M. L. Bari, Y. Sabina, S. Kawamoto, and K.Isshiki. (2004). Chapter 12. Microbial Ecology of Spoilage. In book Produce Degradation: Pathways and their Prevention, Editors: Olusola Lamikanra, Syed H. Imam and Dike O. Ukuku, CRC Press Inc. USA. Page 377-417.

2. M. L. Bari, Y. Sabina, S. Kawamoto, and K.Isshiki. (2005) Chapter 9. Microbiology of fresh and minimally processed vegetables. In book Microbial Biotechnology in Horticulture, Editors: R.C. Ray, Science Publishers, NH, USA.