Dr. K. M. Kaderi Kibria
Dept. of Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering
Research area/ interest:
The present research in our lab is on "Genomics of Bangladeshi population having metabolic disorders". Using different molecular tools, we are trying to investigate the polymorphisms of Bangladeshi population to identify their relationship with metabolic disorders especially "Type II Diabetes". However, during my doctoral studies, I worked on Cell Biology of Malaria parasites. The thesis title was " Identification and functional characterization of Adaptor protein complexes involved in intracellular protein trafficking in Plasmodium falciparum". We are also involved in bioinformatic studies to identify the conserved proteins of Apicomplexan parasites, developing peptide vaccines etc.
Important publications five to ten:
1. Sajib AA, Khan MAT, Haque MN, Kibria KMK, Chowdhury AKA and Yeasmin S. “Association of APOB 3’ –VNTR alleles with type 2 Diabetes, BMI, systolic and diastolic blood pressure.” Bangladesh Journal of Medical sciences (2018), vol 17 (1): 71-77.
2. Hossain MU, Omar TM, Oany AR, Kibria KM, Shibly AZ, Moniruzzaman M, Ali SR and Islam MM. “Design of peptide based epitope vaccine and further binding site scrutiny led to groundswell in drug discovery against Lassa Virus.” 3Biotech (2018), vol 8 (2): 81-94.
3. Oany AR, Pervin T, Mia M, Hossain M, Hossain M, Shahnaij M, Mahmud S and Kibria KM. “Vaccinomics approach for scheming peptide vaccine by targeting serine protease autotransporter (SPATE) subfamily protein SigA of Shigella Spp.” Journal of Immunology Research (2017), vol 2017, published online.
4. Kibria KM, Hossain MU, Oany AR and Ahmad SAI. “Novel Insights on ENTH-Domain containing proteins in Apicomplexan parasites” Parasitology Research. 2016 Jun; 115(6):2191-202.
5. Kibria KM, Rawat K, Klinger CM, Datta G, Panchal M, Singh S, Ragendran G, Kaur I, Sharma V, Dacks JB, Mohmmed A, Malhotra P. “A role for Adaptor protein complex 1 in protein targeting to rhoptry organelles in Plasmodium falciparum”. BBA Molecular Cell Research (2015), 1853 (3), 699-710.
6. Kibria KM, Hossain ME, Sultana J, Sarker SA, Bardhan PK, Rahman M and Nahar S. The prevalence of mixed Helicobacter pylori infection among symptomatic and asymptomatic subjects in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Helicobacter (2015), 20: 397–404.
7. M Panchal, K Rawat, G Kumar, K M Kibria, S Singh, Md Kalamuddin, A Mohmmed, P Malhotra, R Tuteja. Plasmodium falciparum signal recognition particle components and anti-parasitic effect of ivermectin in blocking nucleo-cytoplasmic shuttling of SRP. Cell Death & Disease (2014), 5 (1), e994.
8. Oany AR, Ahmad SAI, Kibria KM, Hossain MU and Jyoti TP. “A Hypothetical Protein of Alteromonas macleodii AltDE1 (amad1_06475) Predicted to be a Cold-Shock Protein with RNA Chaperone Activity .” Gene Regulation and Systems Biology (2014):8, 141–147.
9. Nahar S, Kibria KM, Hossain ME, Sultana J, Sarker SA, Engstrand L, Bardhan PK, Rahman M, Endtz HP, 2009. Evidence of intra-familial transmission of Helicobacter pylori by PCR-based RAPD fingerprinting in Bangladesh. Eur J Clin Microbiol Infect Dis (2009) 28: 767-773.
10. Nahar S, Kibria KM, Bardhan PK, Rahman M, Endtz HP. The relationship of smoking and H. Pylori and their role in the development of gastrointestinal disorders in a community based study in Bangladesh. Proc of Gold jub of biochem and Mol Biol (2009).