|Name||Dr. Md. Mozammel Hoq|
|Last Degree||B.Sc. (Hons.), M.Sc. (DU), Ph.D. (Nagoya, Japan.)|
MD. MOZAMMEL HOQ
Date of birth April 1, 1952
Position held Professor, Department of Microbiology, University of Dhaka
Telephone +880-2-9661900-49 Ext. 7734 (Off)
Researcharea Industrial Biotechnology, Microbial Biotechnology
Fermentation and Enzyme Biotechnology, Biopesticides & Anticancer protein
Post Doctoral Program, National Research Institute of Biotechnology, Germany (1992 -`94)
Ph.D. in the area of Microbial Biotechnology, Department of Food Science and Technology, Faculty of Agriculture, Nagoya University, Japan, 1986.
One year International Post-Graduate University Course in Microbial Engineering in Osaka and Kyoto University, Japan, 1980 -81.
One year Diploma in Applied Nutrition and Dietetics, Institute of Nutrition and Food Science, University of Dhaka, 1976-1977.
Master of Science in Biochemistry, Department of Biochemistry, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, 1976 (Session.1974).
Bachelor of Science (Honors) in Biochemistry, Department of Biochemistry, University of Dhaka, Dhaka -1000, Bangladesh, 1975 (Session 1973).
FELLOWSHIPS AND ACADEMIC AWARDS
1.Ph.D. Fellowship Supported by Ministry of Education and Culture (MONBUSHO), Govt. of Japan, at Nagoya University, Japan. 1982 – 86
2. Post doctoral Research Fellowshipas Alexander –Von – Humboldt Fellow, Govt of Germany, at Biochemical Engineering Division, National Center for Biotechnological Researches (GBF), Braunschweig, Germany, 1992-1994.
3. International Training Program (ITP) fellowship in Industrial Biotechnology, sponsored by UNESCO and Govt of Germany at GBF, Braunschweig, Germany, 1991
4. Fellowship sponsored by UNESCO and Govt. of Japan for One year International Post-Graduate University Course in Microbial Engineering in Osaka and Kyoto University, Japan, 1980 -81.
2001 to July 2002
International Center for Biotechnology
Faculty of Engineering
Osaka University, Osaka, Japan
Department of Microbiology
1992 – 1997
Department of Microbiology
1989 to 1992
Department of Microbiology
1987 – 1992
Department of Microbiology
Senior QC Officer
Fazlul Haq Muslim Hall, DU
INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC COLLABORATION
i. Internatioanl Center for Biotechnology, (ICBiotech), Fac. of Engineering, Osaka University, Osaka, Japan
ii. Biochemical Engineering Division, National Center for Biotechnological Research (GBF), Braunschweig, Germany
iii. RitaColwell Laboratory, Maryland Pathogen Research Institute, 3239 Bioscience Research Building (Bldg. 413), University of Maryland College Park, Maryland 20742, USA
i. Biotechnological Production of eco-friendly industrial enzymes for their technical applications:
- Alkaline protease and keratinase byBacillus licheniformis strains
- Cellulases of Trichoderma spp, Amylases of Bacillus lichniformis
- Phytases of Aspergillus niger and bacteria
ii. Production of Bacillus thuringiensisbiopesticides by biotechnoloogcal approaches for controllingof major vegetable and agricultural pests.
iii. Isolation and characterization of parasporin genes encoding anticancer proteinfrom Bacillus thringiensisagainst human cancer cells,
iv.Antibiotic peptides from indigenous Bacillus thuringiensis strains
i. Biotechnoloogical production of cellulase-free xylanase by Thermomyces lanuginosus strains
ii. Bioconversion of11β-hydroxylation of steroid by immobilized living mycelia of Curvularia lunata.
iii. Microporous hydrophobic membrane bioreactor for continuous enzymatic conversion of lipid
ACADEMIC AFFILIATION (Membership of learned bodies)
Japan University Alumni Association in Bangladesh(2002 – 2006)
South Asian Federation of the Japanese Universities Alumni Associations(2004 – 2006)
Bangladesh Society of Microbiologists(2008 – 2009)
Association of Humboldt Fellows Bangladesh (AHFB)(since 2013)
Alumni Association of German Universities, Bangladesh (AAGUB)
Bangladesh Biochemical Society (2012 – 2015)
Ex-Secretary General (founder)
Shariatpur Zila Shikkha Trust, Dhaka (1998 - 2004)& as a member continued
Bangladesh Standards and Testing Institution, Tejgaon, Dhaka (1988 – 1996)
Committee of Action for Research, Extension& Services (CARES) (Since 2012)
1. Member, Editorial Board “Bangladesh Journal of Microbiology”
2. Member, Associate Editor, “Frontiers Public Health”
3. Ex Member, “The Dhaka University Journal of Biological Sciences”
Ongoing research projects:
1. Grant from USDA(United States Department of Agriculture), Biotech Agricultural Research, 2010 –“ Production of Bacillus thuringiensis biopesticides for the control of major vegetable pests in Bangladesh”
2. Grant from Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of Bangladesh, July 2015-June 2016. “Bioprocess development for production of amylase for its application in Textiles industries”.
3. Grant from Ministry of Education, Gov’t of Bangladesh (2014- 2017) “Isolation and characterization of anticancer protein(s) parasporin from Bacillus thuringiensis in Bangladesh”
4. Grant from Ministry of Education, Gov’t of Bangladesh (2016 – 2018) “Mass Production of Efficient Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) Biopesticides for Sustainable Delivery to the Farmers”
Completed research projects on grants:
1. Project from Ministry of Science and Technology, Gov't of Bangladesh (1999-2000) “ Development of a Fermentation Biotechnology Laboratory: Fermentation of Environmental Friendly Microbial Enzymes to be Used in Tanneries and Detergent Industries” (.Ref. BPM/Sha-9/grant-1/99/581, date-13-07-2000)
2. Project from Ministry of Science and Technology, Gov't of Bangladesh (2004)
Biotechnological Production of Environmentally Friendly Enzymes: Alkaline Protease and Keratinase for Leather and Detergent Industries
3. Project from Ministry of Science and Technology, Gov't of Bangladesh (2007) Biotechnological Production of Bacillus thuringiensis Biopesticides and its application for the Control of Major Vegetable Pests in Bangladesh
4. Project from the Ministry of Education, Gov’t of Bangladesh (2010-2013) “Gene Cloning for Increasing Production of ‘Keratinase’ and ‘Alkaline Protease’ from Bacillus licheniformis for Biotechnological Application in Leather Industries of Bangladesh”
5. Project from Ministry of Science and Technology, Gov't of Bangladesh (2014 -15) Bioprocess development for production of cellulase for its application in Textiles industries.
6. Sponsored by Alexander Humboldt Foundation (AVH), Govt. of Germany, on “Production of thermostable cellulase-free xylanases by thermophilic fungi, Thermomyces lanuginosus for jute fibre processing and pulp and paper industry. 1992 – 1994.
Supervision of MS/Ph.D. students:
SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS
Patent Ref.: BD/P/2013/000260.
Our developed bioprocess on “Industrial protease production for leather industries” has been transferred to the Active Fine Chemicals Biotech Ltd for commercial level production
Total : 43
As key note speaker : 18
Total 96, International – 39, National – 57
MS Thesis List ( Sl. No., Title of Thesis, Student's Name, Session, Exam. Roll, Year of Submission)
1 Isolation and partial characterization of a thermophilic pactinolytic and hemicellulolytic fungus
Ranjit Kimar Shaha 1984-85 SH-324 December, 1989
2 Bioenrichment of wheat soybean flours through solid state fermentation
Md. Mainul Ahsan 1984-85 FH-328 December, 1989
3 Isolation and characterization of lipolytic bacteria
Md. Wasimul Qader Chowdhury 1984-85 SH-338 December, 1989
4 Enzymic saccharification and ethanol fermentation from wheat starch
AKM Shafiqur Rahman 1986-87 4602 November, 1991
5 Impact of bacterial agents on the epizootic disease of fish in Bangladesh
Md. Zahedur Rasul 1986-87 4608 December, 1991
6 Production and characterization of xylanases from two thermo-philic fungi under solid state fermentation
Md. Mostafa Alam 1987-88 5604 November, 1991
7 Production and characterization of alkaline protease from locally isolated bacteria
Jaber Hossain 1987-88 5603 Aug-92
8 Production and characterization of alkaline lipase from locally isolatd bacteria
Md. Nazimuddin 1987-88 5609 August, 1992
9 Studies on extracellular alkaline proteases from Bacillus and Proteus species
AKM Fakaruddin 1988-89 7702 November, 1993
10 Production optimization and partial characterization of xylanase from Thermomyces lanuginosus RT- 9
Nawabur Rahman 1988-89 7706 December, 1993
11 Production and partial purification of alkaline protease Bacillus spp.
Samir Kumar Bakshi 1990-91 8204 May, 1995
12 Studies on yeast biomass production molasses media
Housne Ara Begum 1990-91 8209 April, 1995
13 Induction of cellulose free xylanase in thermophilic fungus Thermomyces langinosus RT9
M. Mohiuddin Bhuiyan 1992-93 8301 JAN. 1997
14 Production and characterization of a thermo and alkalotolerant lipase from Thermomyces lanuginosus RT 9
Istiak Sajjad 1992-93 8305 JAN. 1997
15 Bioprocess for cellulose free xylanase production by Thermomyces lanuginosus MH 4
Mohammad Ilias 1992-93 8307 JAN. 1997
16 Production of extracellular lipases by the yeast saccharomyces cerevisiae
Saqib Hossain Shiraj 1992-93 8308 JAN. 1997
17 Factors influencing the production of alkaline protease by a Bacillus isolate and its application in hide processing
Md. A.K. Azad 1993-94 8702 December, 1997
18 Optimization of cellulase-free xylanase production under solid-state fermentation by Thermomyces lanuginosus strain MH4 and its leaching process
Delara Islam Sharif 1993-94 8716 December, 1997
19 Optimisation of lipase production by a Rhizopus isolate in shake culture conditions
Roksana Kader 1883-94 8717 December, 1997
20 Optimization of lipase production by Thermomyces lanuginosus in bioreactor
AHM Sazzadul Anawar Khan 1994-95 8308 September, 1998
21 Partial purification and characterization of xylanases from Thermomyces lanuginosus RT-9
Kamalesh Halder 1994-95 8311 September, 1998
22 Mutation of Thermomyces lanuginosus to improve the quality and yield of xylanolytic enzymes
Laila Farzana 1994-95 8313 September, 1998
23 Production of high level alkaline protease by a Bacillus isolate in batch culture
Mohd. Repon Khan 1995-96 10101 September, 1998
24 Carboxymethylcellulase and xylanase of mutants of Neurospora crassa
Mohammad Sorowar Hossain 1996-97 3502 July, 2000
25 Optimization of mutation condition of Bacillus sp. To increase the yield of alkaline protease
Ismail Mustafa Maraz 1996-97 3503 July, 2000
26 Production and partial purification of extracellular xylanose from Cellulomonas sp isolated from termite gut
Md. Maqsud Hossain 1996-97 3508 July, 2000
27 Isolation and characterization of noval Bacillus licheniformis for production of protease and keratinase
KA Zaid Siddique 1997-98 3404 June, 2001
28 Production and applications of proteases by Bacillus bacteria and fermentation characteristics of alkaline protease from Bacillus licheniformis MZK -03
Mohd. Shamim Iqbal 1998-99 3502 October, 2002
29 Degradation of feather by bacillus isolates of a novel Bacillus cereus MZK -09
Golam Mostafa 1998-99 3510 October, 2002
30 Microbiological quality of processing areas and its control in a pharmaceutical industry
Saiful Islam 2000-01 1203 April, 2005
31 Comparative investigations of alkaline proteus producing two Bacillus licheriformis strains
S.M. Abu Sayem 2000-01 1205 April, 2005
32 Purification and Characterization of Alkaline Protease from Bacillus licheniformis MZK 03
Mohammad Minnatul Karim 2002-03 209 October, 2006
33 Purification and characterization of keratinase from Bacillus licheniformis MZK 03
Nasrin Begum 2002-03 226 October, 2006
34 Gene cloning of kerA gene from Bacillus licheniformis MZK 05
Md. Sanowarul Hoque 2003-04 505 November, 2007
35 Statistical analysis of keratinase from Bacillus licheniformis MZK-03 and native feather hydrolysis
Mohd. Intakhar Ahmed 2004-05 1406 June, 2008
36 Distribution of vibrio pathogenicity islands, pandemic markers and related genes in non-cholera bacteria in a pond serving as the niche for vibrio cholerae serogroups 01 and 0139
Nigarin Sultana 2004-05 1415 June, 2008
37 Cloning of Alkaline protease gene from Bacillus licheniformis MZK 05
Kazi Md. Mostafizur Rahman 2005-06 1203
38 Dichromate Reductase Activity of locally isolated Pediococcus pentosaceus strain
Iftekhar Md. Rafiqullah 2005-06 1205
39 Isolation and molecular characterization of Vibrio cholerae collected from different ponds at Matlab, Chandpur
Rokonuzzaman 2006-07 203 Sep-09
40 Cloning of kerA gene from Bacillus licheniformis MZK 05
Md. Asaduzzaman Shisher 2006-07 205 Sep-09
41 Detection and genetic characterization of group B Rotaviruses in hopitialized patients with diarrhea
H. Nabi Ashikur Rahman 2006-07 206 Sep-09
42 Identification and characterization of locally isolated strains of Bacllus Thuringiensis and its larvicidal activity on Leucinodes orbonalis
Md. Raeed Jamiruddin 2006-07 212 Sep-09
43 Relation between growth, sporulation and endotoxin formation of Bacillus thuringiensis isolates
A.K.M. Golam Kibria 2007-08 1020 Jul-10
44 Characterization of Bacilius thuringiensis from different regions of Bangladesh
Asma Akter 2007-08 1028 Jul-10
45 Optimization of cellulase production by Tricoderma viride and partial characterization of the enzyme
Md. Abdullah Al Masud 2008-09 1110 Mar-11
46 Mutation of Bacillus licheniformis MZK O5 for Over Production of Alkaline Protease
Md. Kawsar Mustafa 2008-09 1112 Mar-11
47 Isolation and Characterization of Hexavalent Chromium Detoxifying Microorganisms from Tannery Waste Water
Md. Safiul Islam 2008-09 1117 Mar-11
48 Screening and characterization of Bacillus spp. for production of alkaline protease from environmental samples
Md. Atikuzzaman 2008-09 1121 Mar-11
49 Development of mutants of Bacillus licheniformis for increased production of keratinase
Serajus Salaheen 2009-10 708
50 Cloning of kerA gene for increased production of keratinase from Bacillus licheniformiz MZK-05 for biotechnological application in industry
Summya Waliullah 2009-10 721
51 Gene cloning of Asp from Bacillus licheniformis MZK-05 for the over expression of alkaline protease
Md. Hasanuzzaman 2010-11 303
52 Isolation and characterization of serologically cross-reactive environmental Shigella-like bacterial isolates
Rabeya Bilkis 2010-11 318
53 Isolation and characterization of Bacillus thuringiensis for parasporin anticancer protein
Nasima Aktar 2010-11 319
54 Production, Purification and characterization of alkaline protease with some technical functions from Bacillus licheniformis M9
Md. Murad Khan 2011-12 5303
55 Detection of cry gene present in the indigenous Bacillus thuringiensis for the development of Biopesticides
Namista Islam 2011-12 5306
56 Abundance and distribution of Bacillus thuringiensis in Bangladesh
Arpita Roy 2011-12 5307
57 Development of Novel Antimicrobial Peptides from Bacillus thuringiensis to Control Drug Resistant Pathogenic Bacteria
Md. Ashraful Alam 2012-13 2104
58 Factors Affecting Sporulation and Delta-endotoxin Synthesis by Bacillus thuringiensis Strains
Muntahi Mourin 2012-13 2121
59 Improvement of Bacillus licheniformis MZK 05 Strain by Mutation for Increasing Protease Production
Trosporsha Tasnim Khan 2012-13 2122
60 Identification and Characterization of Novel Anticancer Protein, Parasporin from Indigenous Bacillus thuringiensis of Bangladesh
Naurin Rahman 2012-13 2124
61 Genomic Diversity Analyses of Indigenous Bacillus thuringiensis of Bangladesh by PCR-RAPD Method
Safirun Pervin 2012-13 2131
62 Optimization of cellulase enzyme production by Trichoderma viride under solid state fermentation
Md. Abu Huryra 2013-14 1706
63 Assessment of Antibacterial Activities and Characterization of Bacteriocin Produced by Local Bacillus thuringinsis Isolates
Md. Sanaul Ahmed 2013-14 1707
64 Fermentation of Amylase by Bacillus licheniformis MZK05M9 based on Response Surface Methodology
Muhammad Al Mamun 2013-14 1715
65 Alkaline protease production under batch and fed-batch fermentation by Bacillus licheniformis MZK05M9 and application of enzyme in goat skin dehairing
Md. Abir Hosain 2013-14 1716
66 Characterization of Wild, Mutant and Recombinant Keratinase of Bacillus licheniformis
Tabassum Tasnim Auroni 2013-14 1723
67 Detection and Characterization of Genes for Anticancer Protein, Parasporin from indigenous Bacillus thuringiensis
Nuzhat Jerin 2013-14 1725
68 Cloning of truncated cry1Aa-type gene of Bacillus thuringiensis strainJSc1 for activated protein delivery
Umme Salma Sumi 2013-14 1733
69 Detection of ps4 gene encoding an Anticancer Protein, Parasporin from Bacillus thuringiensis SgSp2 and its Expression in a Heterologous system
Md. Hasib Adnan 2014-15 1505
70 Production and characterization of amylases of Bacillus licheniformis wild and mutant strains
Shamima Nasrin 2014-15 1519
71 Fermentation and Characterization of Phytase from Newly Isolated Klebsiella sp.
Dilruba Akter 2014-15 1521
72 Investigation into Phytases of Indigenous Aspergillus spp.
Nadia Afrin 2014-15 1524
73 Cloning and expression of truncated cry1Aα from Bacillus thuringiensis JSc1 in heterologous system
Deena Mehjabeen 2014-15 1527
Ph.D Thesis List ( Sl. No., Title of Thesis, Student's Name, Year of Submission, Registration No)
1 Biodiversity of intestinal microflora in serverely malnourished children with cholera
Shirajum Monira 2008 13
2 Environmental Factors, Microbial Community Dynamics and Emergence of Vibrio-cholerae
Nur A. Hasan 2012 225
3 Characterization of Fungi and Its Enzymes for Application in Retting of Jute Ribbons
Firoza Akther Jul-11
4 Characterization of Cry Genes and Insecticidal Proteins from Indigenous Bacillus Thuringiensis to Develop Potential Biopesticide
Md. Asaduzzaman Shishir 2015 86
Current Ph.D Work
1 Genomics and populoation dynamics of Vibrio Cholerae causing pandemic cholera
Shah Manjur Rashed
2 Bioprocess development for production of proteases by Bacillus licheniformis.
Arafat Al Mamun
3 Molecular Epidemiology of Antibiotic Resistance in Environmental and Clinical Isolates of Salmonella from Bangladesh
4 Gene cloning for increasing production of alkaline protease and keratinase form Bacillus licheniformis for industrial applications
5 Isolation and characterization of parasporal anticancer protein form Bacillus thuringiensis strains
6 Insecticidal activity of infigeneous Bacillus thuringines against Tephritids fruit fly pests affecting fruits and vegetables
Md. Abdul Bari
7 Isolation and characterization of bacteriocin form indigenous Bacillus Thuringiensis strains
Md. Rezaul Alam
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS:
1. Hoq, M.M. and Joarder, G.K. The fungal flora of Bangladesh mangoes, Bangladesh J. Microbiol., (2), 41-47 (1980)
2. Hoq. M.M. and Joarder, G.K. Black rot of onion. J. Sci. Indust. Res.XVII (34), 279-282.(1980)
3. Hoq, M.M. Ilsam, K.R., Khatun, M. and Joarder, G.K. Preservation of mango at cold temperatures. Bangladesh J. Agric. 5(3), 145-150 (1980)
4. Sonomoto, K., Hoq, M.M.. Tanaka, A and Fukui, S. Growth of Curvularia lunata spores into mycelial form within various gels and steroid 11β-hydroxylation by the entrapped mycelia. J Ferment Technol., 39(6), 465 (1981).
5. Hoq, M.M.., Tanaka, A. and Fukui, S. 11β-hydroxylation of steroid by immobilized living mycelia of Curvularia lunata. Annual Reports of ICME, Osaka University. 4, 139-156 (1981)
6. Sonomoto, K., Hoq, M.M. Tanaka, A and Fukui, S. 11β-hydroxylation of cortexolone (Reichstein’s Compound S) to hydrocortisone by Curvularia lunata entrapped in photocrosslinked resin gels. Appl. Environ. Microbiol., 45, 436 (1983)
7. Yamane, T., Hoq, M.M.., and Shimizu, S. Continuous synthesis of glycerides by lipase in a microporous membrane bioreactor. In Enzyme Engineering 7’ Ed. A. I. Laskin, G.T. Tsao and L.B. Wingard, JR, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 434,558-568 (1984).
8. Hoq, M.M. Yamane, T., Shimizu, S. Funada S. and Ishida, S. Continuous synthesis of glycerides by lipase in microporous hydrophobic membrane bioreactor. J. Am. Oil Chem.Soc.,61,776-781 (1984).
9. Hoq, M.M.., Koike, M., Yamane, T. and Shimizu, S. Continuous hydrolysis of olive oil by lipase in microporous hollow fiber bioreactor. Agric. Biol, Chem., 49(11), 3171-3178 (1985).
10. Hoq, M.M., Yamane, T. and Shimizu, S. Continuous hydrolysis of olive oil by lipase in a microporous hydrophobic membrane bioreactor. J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc., 62 1017-1021 (1985).
11. Hoq, M.M.., Tagami, H., Yamane, T. and Shimizu, S. Some characteristics of continuous glycerides synthesis by lipase in microporous hydrophobic membrane bioreactor. Agric. Biol. Chem. 49(2), 335-342 (1985).
12. Yamane, T., Hoq, M.M.., Itoh, S. and Shimizu, Continuous glycerolysis of fat by lipase in microporous hydropyobic membrane bioreactor. J. Jpn. Oil Chem. Soc., 35(8), 6632-636 (1986).
13. Yamane, T., Hoq, M.M.., Itoh, S and Shimizu, S. Glycerolysis of fat by microbial lipase J. Jpn. Oil Chem. Soc. 35(8), 625-631 (1986).
14. Hoq, M.M.., Yamane, T. and Shimizu, S. Role of oleic acid solubilized in buffer-glycerol solution on adsorbed lipase during continuous hydrolysis of olive oil in microporous membrane bioreactor, Enz. Microbiol. Technol. 8, 236-240 (1986)
15. Yamane, T., Hoq, M.M..and Shimizu, S. Kinetics of continuous by hydrolysis of olive oil by lipase in microporous membrane bioreactor. J. Jpn. Oil Chem. 35(1), 34-41, (1986)
16. Shahidullah, M., Hoq, M.M. and Joarder, G.K. The effect of ‘chick pea’ Rhizobium spp. on bengal gram. J. Asiatic Soc. Of Bangladesh, 14(1) 124-127 (1988).
17. Hoq, M.M.. Immobilized biocatalyst sysem – an innovation in biotechnology. Bangladesh J. Microbiol., 6(1), 1-11 (1989).
18. Khan, A.R. and Hoq, M.M. Lactic acid bacteria as contaminants in alcohol fermentation. Bangladesh J. Microbiol., 7(2), 119-121 (1990)
19. Hoque, M.M. Ahsan, M.M. and Hoq, M.M. Cereal and pulse based fermented food: Bioenrichment of wheat and soybean flours through solid state fermentation under natural conditions. Bangladesh J. Microbiol., 7(1), 63-69 (1990).
20. Gomes. D.J., Sayeed, S., Hoq, M.M. and Khan, S.I. Microbial contaminants in an urea producing industrial cooling water reservoir. Bangladesh J. Microbial. 8(2) 109-111 (1991)
21. Chowdhury, W.Q. and Hoq, M.M. Isolation and characterization of lipolytic bacteria. Bangladesh J. Microbiol., 8(1), 45-50 (1991)
22. Gomes, D.J. Syeda, M.R. and Hoq, M.M. Development of appropriate preservative for liquid antacid. I: Bacterial contaminants in antacid samples. Bangladesh J. Microbiol., 8(1), 5-10 (1991)
23. Gomes, I., Mohiuddin, G., Saha, R.K. and Hoq, M.M.. Isolation and characterization of a cellulase-free pectinolytic and hemicellulolytic thermophilic fungus. World J. Microbiol Biotechnol., 8(5) (1992).
24. Hoque, M.M., Rasul, Z., Ahsan, C.R. and Hoq, M.M. Bacterial flora in the alimentary tract of live fresh water diseased fish and their response to different antibiotics. Bangladesh J. Zoo 20(2), 341-346 (1992).
25. Ahsan, C.R., Hoque, M., Rasul, Z. and Hoq, M.M.. Enterotoxicity of Vibrio hurnissi isolated from infected fish. World J. Microbiol. Biotechnol.,(8), 187-189 (1992).
26. Hoque, M.M. Ahsan, M. and Hoq, M.M. Bioenrichment of Wheat-soybean flour with yeast and lactic acid bacteria. Bangladesh J. Microbiol. 10(2) 117-119 (1993)
27. Parveen, M. Rahman, M.M. and Hoq, M.M. Production of indigenous baker’s yeast: Isolation of potential strains. Dhaka Univ. J. Biol. Science 2(1): 129-131, (1993).
28. Hoq, M.M.., Alam, M., Mohiuddin, G. and Gomes, I Enzyme Biotechnology in Developing Counries: production and application of thermostable xylanase for jute fiber upgradation. In Hamessing Biotechnology for the 21st Century: Proceedings of the Ninth Internationology Symposium and Exposition. ACS, Michael and Bose (eds), pp 568-573 (1993).
29. Rasul, Z. Hoque, M.M. Ahsan, C.R. and Hoq, M.M. Effect of physical factors on the growth of different enterophathogenic bacteria isolated from ulcerative disease of fish in Bangladesh. Dhaka Univ. J. Biol. Science 2(2): 225-227 (1993).
30. Rahman, A.K.M.S., Rahman M.F. Hossin, M. Feroza, B. and Hoq, M.M. Enzymic saccharificaton of wheat starch by glucoamylase from a niger A-20 and the alcoholic fermentation of the hydrolysates by Saccharomyces cerevisiae-JY. Bangladesh J. Microbiol 13(2), 42-48 (1993)
31. Rahman, A.K.M.S., Rahman, M.F., Nath, P.K. and Hoq, M.M. and M.M. Hussain, Glucoamylase activity of some elected strains of A spergillus niger and Aspergillus oryzae. Bangladesh J. Microbio 10(2) 107-110, (1993)
32. Hoq, M.M. Hempel, C. and Deckwer, W.-D. Cellulase-free xylanase by Thermomyces lanuginosus: Effect of agitation, aeration and medium components on production. J. Biotechnol 37: 49-58 (1994)
33. Hoq, M.M. Hempel, C. and Deckwer, W.-D. High productivity of thermostable xylanase free of cellulase: A promising system for large scale production. IChem (Institution of Chemical Engineers)U.K. Series No.137 ((ISBN 085295 330 5) October (1994).
34. Alam, M.M. Gomes, I Mohiuddin, G and Hoq, M.M. Production and characterization of thermostable xylanases by Thermomyces lanuginosus and Thermoascus auranticacus grown on lignocelluloses. Enz. Microbiol. Technol. 16, 298-302 (1994)
35. Gomes, D.J., Gomes, J., Hoq, M.M..and Steiner, W. Induction of cellulase degrading enzymes in Themoascus aurantacus. Bangladesh J. Microbiol. 12: (1 & 2), 23-29, 1995.
36. Gomes, D.J., Gomes, J., Hoq, M.M. and Steiner, W. Factors influencing the inductive formation of β-glucosidase by methyl-β-xyopyranoside in Thermoascus aurantiacus. Bangladesh J. Microbiol. 12: (1&2), 15-21, (1995).
37. Hoq, M.M.and Deckwer, W.D. Cellulas-free xylanase by thermophilic fungi: A comparison on the production of xylanases by two Thermomyces lanuginosus strains. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 43: 604-609, (1995).
38. Hoq, M.M. Solomon. B.O., Hempel, C. Rinas, U. Deckwer, W.-D. The kinetics of cellulase-free xylanase excretion by Thermomyces lanuginosus RT9. J. Chem. Tech. Biotechnol. 63, 229-236 (1995).
39. Rasul, Z. M. Ahsan, C.R. Hoque, M.M. and Hoq, M.M. Bacteria associated with epizootic fish disease in Bangladesh. Bangladesh J. Microbiol. 13: (1 & 2), 63-70, (1996).
40. Bhuiyan, M.M., Gomes, D. J. and Hoq M.M. Glucose effect on inductive synthesis of xylanase by thermophilic fungus Thermomyces lanuginosus Bangladesh J. Microbiol. 14: (1 & 2), 9-16, (1997).
41. Bhuiyan, M.M., Gomes, D.J. and Hoq M.M. Induction of cellulase-free xylanase in thermophilic fungus Thermomyces lanuginosus RT9. Bangladesh J. Biochem. 3(1): 1-10, June (1997).
42. Ilias, M. and Hoq, M.M. Production of cellulase-free xylanase by Thermomyces lanuginosus MH4 in shake culture. Bangladesh J. Microbiol. 14: (1 & 2), 1-7, (1997).
43. Sarker, M. Ilias, M. and Hoq M.M. Characterization of xylanase and CMCase from Rhizomucor pusillus. Bangladesh J. Biochem. 15: (2), 41-47, (1998).
44. Ilias, M.and Hoq, M.M. Effect of agitation rates on the growth and production of xylanase free of cellulase by Themomyces lanugiosus MH4 in bioreactor. World J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 14: 765-767, (1998).
45. Sarker, M. Ilias M. and Hoq, M.M. Optimization of cultural conditions for the production of xylanase with low cellulase by Rhizomucor pusillus. Dhaka Univ. J. Biol. Science 8(1): 45-52, (1999) (January)
46. Hoq, M.M.Farzana L. and Deckwer, W.D. Development of bioprocess for cellulase-free xylanase production by Thermomyces lanuginosus. Dhaka Univ. J. Biol. Science 8 (2), (1999).
47. Farzana L., Ilias M. and Hoq M.M. Production of extracellular xylanase by some mutants of Thermomyces lanuginosus. Bangladesh J. Microbiol. 16(1) 43-51, (1999).
48. Hoq M.M. Syeda M. B. and Gomes D. J. Efffectiveness of methyl-parabean and chlorohexidine gluconate in liquid antacid preparation. Dhaka Univ. J. Biol. Science 8(2): 165-170, (1999)(July).
49. Gomes, J.D., Sharif, D.L. and Hoq, M.M. Xylanase production by Thermomyces lanuginosus MH4 in solid state cultivation. Bangladesh J. Microbiol.16(2): 197-202, (1999).
50. Farzana L. and Hoq M.M. Improved production of debranching xylanolytic enzymes mutants of Thermomyces lanuginosus. Dhaka Univ. J. Biol. Science 9 (3): 123-130, (2000).
51. Azad, A.K. and Hoq M.M. Production of alkaline serine protease by Bacillus sp. MA6. Bangladesh J. Microbiol. 17(2) December: 143-149, (2000).
52. Hossain S.M., Hoq, M. M. and Mozmadar T.I.M. Production and acivity of extracellular carboxymethyl cellulase of Neurospora crassa. Bangladesh J. Microbiol 18(2)169-176, (2001).
53. Rahman, A.K.M.S, Kawamura, S. Hatsu, M., Hoq M.M. and Takamizawa, K. Physicochemical properties of a novel α-L-arabinofuranosidase from Rhizomucor pusillus HHT-1. Can J. Microbiol. 47: 767-772, (2001)
54. Azad, A. K., Shibata, H. and Hoq, M. M. Hide processing with alkaline protease from Bacillus sp. MA6. Bangladesh J. Microbiol. 19 (1 & 2), 67- 71, (2002).
55. Rahman, A., Haque, M. M., Hoq, M. M., Gomes D. J. Comparison of β-mannanase production from Aspergillus niger in shake-flask and bioreactor cultures and partial characterization of the enzyme. . Bangladesh J. Microbiol. 19 (1 & 2): 35 - 40, ( 2002).
56. Hossain, M. H., Iqbal M. S, and Hoq M. M. Fermentative characteristics of alkaline proteases by Bacillus cereus MZK-09. Bangladesh J. Microbiol. 21 (2), 86-89, (2004).
57. Meraz, Choudhury, T. and Hoq M. M. Optimization of mutation conditions of Bacillus sp. To increase the yield of Alkaline protease. J. Life Sci. Japan. vol. 4, (2005)
58. Ilias M, Barua, S., Bhuian, M. U., Rahman, A. and Hoq M. M. Characteristics of proteases production by Brevibacillus borstenlensis MZK-6. Bangladesh J. Microbiol. 22 (2), 126-129, (2005).
59. Hoq, M. M., Siddiquee, K.A.L, Kawasaki, H. Seki, T. Keratinolytic activity of some newly isolated Bacillus species. J. Biol. Sciences 5(2) 193-200, (2005).
60. Nizam Uddin, M., Ilias, M., Rahman, A. and Hoq, M. M.. Compatibility and stability of alkaline protease from Bacillus licheniformis MZK-5 with commercial detergents. Bangladesh J. Microbiolol. 23 (1), 19-23, (2006)
61. Hossain, M. S., Ilias, M. and Hoq, M. M.. Production and characterization of alkaline protease from novel Bacillus licheniformis MZK03. The Dhaka University Journal of Biological Sciences 15 (2), 139-147, (2006).
62. Muniruzzaman, M., Rahman, A. ., Hoq, M. M. Optimization of medium ingredients for keratinolytic protease production by Bacillus licheniformis MZKo3 using statistical experimental designs. Bangladesh J. Microbiolol. 24 (1), 52- 56 (2007)
63. Hossain, M. S., Azad, A. K., Sayem A. S. M., Golam, G. and Hoq , M. M. Production and partial characterization of feather degrading keratinolytic serine protease from B. lichenifromis MZZK-3 . J. BIol. Sciences, 7_, 599-606,(2007)
64. Peul, D., Rahman,A., Ilias, M. and Hoq , M. M. Production and characterization of)keratinolytic protease of Bacillus licheniformis MZK03 grown on feather mill. Bangladesh J. Microbiolol. 24 (1), 57- 61 (2007)
65. Rafiqullah, I. M., Hossain, A. M. M. M., Ilias, M. and Hoq , M. M. Chromium (VI) Reducing Native Microorganisms for Remediation of Chromium Eco-toxicity in Environment of Bangladesh. Bangladesh J. Sci. & Ind. Res. 43(4) 455 – 3466, (2008)
66. Ilias M., Hossain A.M.M.M., Rafiqullah I. M., Mannan, S. B., Debnath B. C. and Hoq, M. M. Chromium contamination of effluent and feed by leather industries and its control of entry into food chain. Food Safety and Hygien. Third Bangladesh –Japan Joint Conference , Dhaka, Bangladesh, 24 – 25 March 2008 Proceedings. Bangladesh Academy of Sciences 163 -172 (2008)
67. Hossain, M.S., Ilias, M. Paul, L. H.Karim, F. M. and Hoq M. M. Application of Protease and Keratinase from Bacillus licheniformis MZK03 in leather processing. Dhaka Univ. J. Biol. Sci. 17(2): 127-135, 2008(July)
68. Akther, F, Halim A, Haque M.S and Hoq, M. M. Enrichment of Old effective Jute retting bacteria. Bangladesh J. Prog. Sci. & Tech 6(1) 253- 256, (2008)
69. Hasan, N.A., Grim, C.J., Haley, B.J., Chun, J., Alam, M., Taviani, E., Hoq, M.M., Munk, A.C., Saunders, E., Brettin, T.S., Bruce, D.C., Challacombe, J.F., Detter, J.C., Han, C.S., Xie, G, Nair, G.B., Huq, A. and Colwell, R.R. Comparative genomics of clinical and environmental Vibriomimicus. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 107 (49):21134-9 (2010)
70. Zahan Z, Khan SN and Hoq M M. 2010. Screening of keratinolytic bacteria from poultry wastes. Bangladesh J. Scie. Indust. Res. 45(3), 261-266.
71. Hasan, M.H., Akter, A., Ilias, M., Khan, S.N. and Hoq, M. M. Growth, sporulation and toxin production by Bacillus thuringiensis isolates in media based on mastered-seed meal. Bangladesh Journal of Microbiology. 27 (2):51-55 (2010)
72. Hossain, R., Chowdhury, M.K., Yeasmin, Sabina. And Hoq, M.M. Production of ethanol using yeast isolates on water hyacinth and Azolla. Bangladesh Journal of Microbiology. 27 (2):56-60 (2010)
73. Monira, S., Hoq, M. M., Chowdhury, AKA., Suau, A., Magne, F., Endtz, Hph., Alam, M., Rahman, M., Pochart, P., Desjeux, J-F. and Alama, N.H. Short-chain fatty acids and commensal microbiota in the faces of severely malnourished children with cholera rehydrated with three different carbohydrates. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 64:1116-1124 (2010)
74. Ilias, M., Rafiqullah I. M., Debnath, B.C., Mannan, S. B. and Hoq, M. M. Isolation and Characterization of Chromium (VI)-Reducing Bacteria from Tannery Effluents. Indian J Microbiol. 51 (1): 76-81(2011)
75. Runa, F., Yasmin, M., Hoq, M. M., Begum, J., Rahman, A.S.M.M., and Ahsan, C.R. Molecular versus conventional methods: clinical evaluation of different methods for the diagnosis of tuberculosis in Bangladesh. Journal of Microbiology, Immunology and Infection. 44: 101-105 (2011)
76. Asaduzzaman Shishir, Asma Akter, Bodiuzzaman, Nasima Aktar, Mushfiqur Rahman, Md. Shakil, Mohammad Ilias, Shakila Nargis Khan and Mozammel Hoq. Molecular characterization of indigenous Bacillus thuringiensis kurstaki isolates from Bangladesh and toxicity of Btk HD-73 against melon fruit fly, Bactrocera cucurbitae.1st AFSA Conferences on Food Safety and Food Security held in Osaka, Japan fromSeptember 15-17, 2012.
77. Muhammad Ali AKand, Momena Shirin, Saidul Alam, SMR Hasan, Md. Habibur Rahman and Md. Mozammel Hoq. Frequency of drug resistant Salmonella spp. Isolated from poultry samples in Bangladesh. Stamford J. Microbiology. 2(1), 15-19, ( 2012)
78. Md. Asaduzzaman, Asma Akter, Mohammad Ilias, Shakila Nargis Khan, Md. Mozammel Hoq. Characterization of locally isolated Bacillus thuringiensis for the development of eco-friendly biopesticides in Bangladesh. Journal of Biopesticide, 5(1), 2012.
79. Eppinger M, Clark PW, Chen A, Alam M, Haley BJ, Taviani E, Hine E, Su Q, Tallon LJ, Prosper JB, Furth K, Hoq MM, Li H, Fraser-Liggett CM, Cravioto A, Huq A, Ravel J, Cebula TA, Colwell RR. Genomic diversity of 2010 Haitian cholera outbreak strains. ProcNatlAcadSci U S A. 2012 Jul 17;109(29):E2010-7.
80. Nusrat Khandoker, Arafat Al Mamun, Tanvir Noor Nafiz, Shakila Nargis Khan andMd. Mozammel Hoq.Strain improvement of Trichoderma viride through mutation for enhanced production of cellulase. Bangladesh J Microbial, Vol 30, No 1&2, June-December 2013, pp 43-47
81. Hoq M.M., Mamun A.A., Shishir M.A., Khan M.M., Akand M.N.R. and Khan S.N. (2013), Bioprocess development for eco-friendly microbial products and impacts on bio-industry establishment in Bangladesh. Proceedings of international conference on biotechnology, 25-26 May, 2013.
82. Shishir M, Roy A, Islam N, Rahman A and Khan SN, Hoq M,. Abundance and diversity of Bacillus thuringiensis in Bangladesh and their cry genes profile.Front. Environ. Sci.2:20 (2014).
83. Md. Arafat Al Mamun 1, Md. Murad Khan 2, Md. Nahinur Rahman Akand 2, Shakila Nargis Khan 2, Md. Mozammel Hoq 2* “Characterization of an alkaline protease with high quality bating potential in leather processing from Bacilluslicheniformis MZK05M9 mutant”International Journal of Biological Research, 3 (1) (2015) 36-41
84. Md. Asaduzzaman Shishir, Arpita Roy, Namista Islam, Alamgir Rahman, Shakila N Khan and Md. Mozammel Hoq "Novel toxicity of Bacillus thuringiensis strains against melon fruit fly, Bactrocera cucurbitae (Diptera: Tephritidae)" (No.1437, original). Accepted for publication. Biocontrol Science, Vol.20, No.2, 2015.
85. Searajus Salaheen, Md Arafat al Mamun, Shakila Nargis Khan and Md Mozammel Hoq “Improvement of Bacillus licheniformis MZK05 by mutation for increased production of keratinase”. Dhaka Univ. J. Biol. Sci.24 (1):17-23, 2015 (January)
86. Shishir A., Bhowmik A., Akand N.R., Mamun A.A., Khan S.N. and Hoq M.M. (2015) Efficacy of Indigenous Bacillusthuringiensis Strains for Controlling Major Vegetable Pests in Bangladesh. Egyptian Journal of Pest Control, 25(3):729-734.
87. Bhowmik A., Mourin M., Shishir M.A., Khan S.N. and Hoq M.M. (2015) Development of a cost effective medium for enhanced production of Bacillusthuringiensis δ- endotoxin. Bangladesh Journal of Microbiology,32(1): 1- 6.
88. Shishir M.A., Pervin S., Sultana M., Khan S.N., and Hoq M.M. (2015) Genetic Diversity of Indigenous Bacillusthuringiensis Strains by RAPD-PCR to Combat Pest Resistance. Bt Research, 6: 1-16.
89. Shishir, M.A., Akter A, Bodiuzzaman M., Hossain M.A., Alam M.M., Khan S.A., Khan S.N. and Hoq M.M. (2015) Novel toxicity of Bacillusthuringiensis strains against melon fruit fly, Bactroceracucurbitae (Diptera: Tephritidae). Biocontrol Science, 20(2): 115-123.
90. Mourin M., Shishir A., Khan S.N. and Hoq M.M. (2015) Regulation of major cultural components for designing a cost effective medium to increase δ-endotoxin synthesis by Bacillus thuringiensis. African Journal of Biotechnology. 14(16): 1379-1386.
91. Mamun A.A., Khan M.M., Akand M.N.R., Khan S.N. and Hoq M.M.(2015). Characterization of an alkaline protease with high quality bating potential in leather processing from Bacilluslicheniformis MZK05M9 mutant. International Journal of Biological Research. 3(1):36-41.
92. Islam M.N., Akhand N.R., Mamun A.A., Shishir A., Aktar M.Z., Khan S.N., Hoq M.M. and Hossain M.S. (2015). Screening and Characterization of Bacteriocin-Like Inhibitory Substances Produced by Bangladeshi Strains of Bacillus thuringiensis.Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Journal. 18 (2):149-156.
93. Khan T.T., Mamun A.A., Mian M.M., Khan S.N. and Hoq M.M. (2015) Stability of Bacillus licheniformis MZK05 mutants upon mutagenic treatment for enhanced protease activity. Bangladesh Journal of Botany.
94. Mamun M.A.A., Hosain M.A., Ahmed S., Zohra F.T., Sultana R., Khan M.M.,Akhter M.Z., Khan S.N. and Hoq M.M. (2015). Development of an alternative enzyme-assisteddehairing method