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BAU officially announces life of Hilsa

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Staff Reporter , Mymensingh :

 For the first time, the secret of the life of the Hilsa has been officially announced by the Vice Chancellor of Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU). Md. Ali Akbar.
 The announcement was made for the first time at the head of the Hilsa full-fledged GNOME sequencing and De Novo Assembly. The programm was organized at Syed Nazrul Islam Conference Hall of the University at around 11:30 am on Monday.
Pro Dr. Md. Golam Kader Khan was present as the chief guest at the program. Md. Ali Akbar Vice-Chancellor Professor was present as special guest. Md. Jasimuddin Khan, Dean of the Faculty of Fisheries Prof Dr. Gias Uddin Ahmad, Director General of Bangladesh Fisheries Research Institute. Yehia Mahmud, researchers uncovering the life of Hilsa, teachers and scientists from different faculties of the university. The main essay was presented by the principal researcher Dr. Md. Shamsul Alam and fellow researcher Dr Md  Bazlur Rahman Molla
 The researchers said that we have been working for a long time to announce the invention on 10 September. We have completed our research long ago and have evidence of it at various places. Our University Grand Commission has a super computer, many of which are unknown, which greatly helped in our research.
The speakers said that this was just the beginning of the discovery.
We will need more time to understand the discovery and get success. We need to do more consistent research to get the benefits of this. Many activities are being run for the protection of the hilsa, If there is a lot of debate whether it is at the right place at the right time, why there is so much disagreement in the right place at the right time, why we come to the river in the Hilsa and after many years of reproduction, we will now know that many information will be utilized by utilizing the information of this discovery. Due to this invention the reputation of the country will be established internationally.
 Professor of Fisheries Biology and Genetics Department of the University.
The other members of the research team led by Md. Shamsul Alam are Professor of Poultry Science Department.
Md. Bazlur Rahman Mollah, Professor of Biotechnology Department. Dr. Shahidul Islam and Professor of Fisheries Biology and Genetics Department. Md. Ghulam Kader Khan. The research work has been done by the researchers on their own initiative, voluntary efforts and mutual cooperation of various organizations.
 Through this research, the Bangladesh Agricultural University and the Fisheries Sector of Bangladesh entered the era of full-scale genome research and proved that we have the potential, said Chief researcher Professor Dr. Md. Shamsul Alam
Prior to this, the mystery of the life of jute and buffalo has been unveiled in combination with local and foreign researchers. In the case of Hilsa, local experts achieved such success. Researchers claim that the fisheries sector will create a breakthrough era. The students collect living adult fish from the Meghna and the Bay of Bengal to unravel the mystery of life.
 Later, in the university's lorry try, Genome DNA was prepared by high quality. Later, collecting elementary data from Hilsa collected from Genome Sequoising Center from the United States separately.
After this, the High Graduate Server of the University Grants Commission of Bangladesh completed the complete new biomechanical analysis of Hilsa from primary data collected using various bioinformatics programs on the computer.

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