Interestingly, the BFRI, which is the only government forest research institute in Bangladesh, holds negligible power elements (Figure 1).
Finally, the environment (DoE) and forest research (BFRI) bureaucracies displayed very low use of power elements in the CF context.
The state research agency (BFRI), local-level organisations, and communities hold negligible power sources.
Overall, activin-A, activin-B, follistatin, AFRI, BFRI, and ASFRI showed significant variation between the 7 study groups.
Following the initiation of treatment, a significant decrease (P < 0.05) in the concentrations of activin-A, AFRI, BFRI, and ASFRI was observed at 4 W, 12 W, and 24 W compared to the PC group and the levels were similar to the NC (P > 0.05).
The responder group had serum concentrations of activin-A, AFRI, BFRI, ASFRI, and follistatin at similar levels seen in the NC, 4W, 12 W, and 24 W groups (P > 0.05).
However, significant differences were detected for AFRI, BFRI, and ASFRI when compared to all groups (Figure 1).
This current study is the first to report the effect of PEG-INF-[alpha] based therapy on serum concentrations of activin-A, activin-[alpha], AFRI, BFRI, ASFRI, and follistatin in patients diagnosed with CHC.
Senior Secretary of Public Administration Ministry Dr Md Mozammel Haque Khan spoke at the function as special guest while DOF Director General (DG) Md Goljar Hossain, Professor of Sylhet Agricultural University's Dr Nirmal Chandra Roy, Bangladesh Fisheries Research Institute (BFRI
) DG Dr Yahiya Mahmud also spoke at the function, among others.
He began his career as Scientific Officer (SO) at Bangladesh Fisheries Research Institute (BFRI
), Mymensingh on February 28, 1987 and subsequently joined BARC as Principal Scientific Officer (Fisheries) on February 7, 2007.