Messieurs, Madam C’est les corona Virus qui auront le dernier mot


Dr. Sherajul I. Shelley: Principal Scientist: The world is going to destroy both religious leaders and scientists say the same thing that this is direct proportion. People will be more powerful and a lot of wonderful things will be discovered. Even people can digest their own disease and will take preventive action. Just when they will come by this magic mirror, they will find which body is affected like now we measure a lot of other staffs. Medical Sciences will develop but some religious leaders said King Dajjal is coming to save the world. Mehedi will come to save the world and Jesus will come to save the world. Scientists said something miraculous will come from another planet and the world will get destroyed. Somebody said war will begin for money and ethic matters. The Latest final wars will be ethical for religion. Now I want to say different things. This is very important for all people. We are living during the latest time about corona and some religious leaders say this is the last time, people start disobeying Almighty god. Continiously doing all bad things such as crimes robbery brief, rape, killing people and so on. Prostitutes increase all over the world. This is against God’s rules. As God destroyed the people of Prophet Hud, Prophet Noha, Prophet Luts time. That’s why God sent this coronavirus as God sent mosquitoes to destroy Namrud. As God sent birds to destroy king Abraham´s kingdom and many others was by God to human civilization. Now people understand pompeii was destroyed by God because they all were prostitutes. So now because of our crimes, God sent a non visible coronavirus. It’s best to be ready because there will come more dangerous things. It is behold our knowledge so be careful dear human beings

Who are you where are you but I love you may Allah bless you and all of you cute babies Duniya kisise payer Janat say com nehi , Tum janat ki hur hoo yahni hur se com nehi aur husney jahan hoo. Dr. S. I. Shelley NY. USA
The poor Girl calling you with dirty wood found in dirty garbage and thinking it is her cell phone and calling to wealthy persons to help poor babies and their moms like her. May Allah bless you.

The human kind is the limbs of one frame. As in creation one of the limbs to sting if fate causes one of the limbs to sting ,others will be restless sufferings, you who are unconcerned about other people’s suffering , are unworthy of being called human being.
Hello rich people, this corona peoples makes helpless, poor. Jobless without foods goods and shelter without medical care makes peoples homeless loses loved one. Please see lot of rich people dying leaving all comforts behind them help people it will remain for you for better life here after. Remember Alexander the great, the ramosis the great. Akabar the great aurongojeb the great Umaied sultanat the great and many other greats left behind theire wealth nobody took anythings with them left his whole world and back to His almighty Allah with empty handswith their good and ugly and bad works enter the heaven and hell fire.afraid oneday you will die.
As days pass, coronavirus becomes more powerful even though vaccines have been discovered, there are still no countries in control. A lot of people are dying everyday.
Available survey data confirm that public health messaging associated with the COVID-19 virus is getting through. People are paying attention, and the public is generally taking the actions recommended by authorities.
According to Gallup data, it shows that 93% of Americans are following the COVID-19 crisis very or somewhat closely, including 66% who are following it very closely. The level of close attention being paid to the virus is second highest on the list of 230 news stories it has tested since 1991, behind only 9/11.
As I previously discussed, other polls show similarly high levels of attention being paid, including the fact that 99% of Americans microbiologist said they had read, seen or heard about the New data from the test knowledge of virus-related issues and show a high level of understanding. Most people can accurately answer questions about the availability of a vaccine, how people get the virus, how to avoid getting the virus, symptoms of the virus and who has the highest risk.
The degree to which the virus has captured the public’s consciousness. Some 57% of respondents now name the virus when peoples are asked to identify the biggest concern facing their family right now, and many of the other concerns named are related to the potential impact of the virus — including job security and unemployment, paying everyday bills, the economy and healthcare costs.

Under electron microscope 2019 –nCov isolated from a patient in the surface at cells blue /pink culture, this is more dangerous than the covid-19. It can contaminate any body parts to any body parts by touching. After determination of coved positive or negative then you can be sure even you are not allowed to touch husband and wife each other. Identification: you look like you have no any symptom but you are affected, so be careful. This type of virus is now to be found everywhere.
New survey data also confirm that peoples- in many cases nearly all peoples of the world- are heeding public health advice.
As per microbiologist’ social distancing practices shows the public has quickly ramped up their adherence to government recommendations. The result is that about nine in 10 Americans now say they have avoided crowds and are avoiding traveling by airplane, bus, subway or train (of course, a lot of people didn’t do these things before the virus either). Two thirds or more have avoided small gatherings, avoided going to public places and canceled travel plans and about six in 10 have stocked up on food or supplies.
All of these are up from just a week ago, and the dynamic upward curve in reports of engaging in these activities over just a week or so in how quickly the authorities’ recommendations are being heeded. most recent data tracked through March 22 also show significantly higher levels of avoidance activities than even lot of activist stop their thinking and help people
Given that public health messaging about the virus is evidently getting through to the average worlds peoples a key question becomes just how the public is processing that information and what conclusions they reach about it.
So far, concerns and worries about the virus are in what I would call a mid-level range. Our latest update shows that 24% of world people are very worried that they or someone in their family will be exposed to the coronavirus, with another 39% somewhat worried. Some religious people say it comes from Almighty God. Notably, this didn’t change much between March readings, and despite the exponential increase of world cases since last month, is up only modestly from February.
Some people are quite similar, showing about six in 10 people are very or somewhat worried that they or someone in their family will get sick because of the virus. Some microbiologist trend, just 27% are very worried, up only five percentage points who care policy
According to Gallup data, results show 70% of people are very or somewhat concerned that they, or someone in their family, will become seriously ill from the coronavirus outbreak — with 38% very concerned no trend
The key numbers here may be the percentage of people who classify themselves as “very” worried or “very” concerned across surveys. Those numbers, as we have seen, are in the 24% to 38% range, well below majority level.
Along these same lines, reports suggest that the majority of people have not seen their lives upended by the virus crisis shows that 30% say their life has been affected or disrupted a great deal, with expert 36% a fair amount. This is a fairly low bar, of course, since being “affected” could be in quite mild ways. Kaiser data from a bit earlier asked more directly how much peoples lives have “been disrupted by the coronavirus outbreak” and found a relatively low 16% saying “a lot,” with another 24% saying “some.”
Looking ahead, 36% of people say the situation will begin to improve within a few weeks, while a majority, 51%, say it will be a few months before it begins to improve.

The most recent and data from other organizations — confirm the emerging consensus that hospitals, government health agencies have the highest levels of the people’s trust. The news media are at the bottom of most lists.
It’s important to reiterate that state and local governments have historically been more positively evaluated microbiologists than all countries’ governments. Everything else being equal, then, we would expect that states will be more trusted than the feds. That has certainly been the case so far.
Clearly, the public remains relatively skeptical of the news media. survey shows that only 44% approve of the way the media are handling the situation, the lowest rating of the nine people and entities tested. Monmouth asked about “the media reporting about the outbreak” and found 45% saying they were doing a good job.
Some people are significantly less favorable than their views of government officials and health agencies, but the 60% who approve of Trump’s handling of the situation is in clear majority territory 50% saying is doing a good job). Government efforts to pass a legislative stimulus package at the time of the most recent update may explain why evaluations of that body are relatively positive, with a 59% approval rating for its handling of the situation, on par with someone specially.
What about government image overall? Our shows person’s job approval rating returning to the 49% level we measured in January and February. approval is up modestly among independents and political persons (and, as my colleague microbiologist says in his analysis, this is “highly unusual for any person
The latest has one political leader overall approval up by two points, now by a small margin at the highest in government history in that meeting each other
Satisfaction with the way things are going shows a mild uptick in the situations, which fits with a modest rally effect scenario.
It’s way too early to know what effect this crisis will have on the 2020 presidential election. Much will depend on the trajectory of peoples ‘ perceptions of essentially out of the news as the COVID-19 crisis rolls on. A glance at news shows little focus on the virus, other than one box linked to his plan for handing it.
In my last update, I hypothesized that the substantial partisan gap in attitudes about the COVID-19 virus could narrow. So far, however, I see no significant sign of a diminished polarization.
Most recent data on worry about virus exposure show a 27-point gap — 48% of leaning independents are very or somewhat worried, compared with 75% of This is essentially the same size gap people saw in data earlier in March.
Republicans are more likely than Democrats to approve of U.S. hospitals, government health agencies and Congress, and, of course, Trump and Vice President Mike Pence. Democrats are more positive about the news media, and the two partisan groups are equal in their (very positive) approval of their state governments.
Kaiser Family Foundation’s latest poll shows a continuing partisan gap, and their conclusion is worth noting: “Across many questions, the poll finds significant partisan differences, with Democrats generally more worried about the health and economic consequences and more likely to take specific actions in response.”
There may be underlying geographic reasons for the partisan gap in addition to the positioning cues given off by peoples are harder hit than red states.
Crises and events like this one often follow a predictable pattern: Initial public acceptance and then increased questioning and pushback. We are beginning to see the second phase now, as questions arise about the dramatic “horizontal” strategy of putting everyone on lockdown and peoples suffering increases
Like much else in life, this can come down to a tradeoff — in this instance, between an emphasis on slowing down the spread of the virus at all costs versus an emphasis on maintaining employment and a viable economy.data from earlier this month showed that people’s confidence in the economy was beginning to slide. data show an overwhelming 87% of people say it is somewhat or very likely that the virus will cause an economic recession in the including 52% who say it’s very likely. Concern about the virus significantly harming one’s personal financial situation is not as widespread, but 35% say this worst case scenario is very likely, with another 32% saying it’s somewhat likely.
The tradeoff between attempting to stop the virus at any cost and recognizing that the economy (and people’s livelihoods) must go on at the same time is extremely challenging. Data showing peoples are vitally concerned about both sides of this equation underscore the need for informed and rational public leadership to juggle the emphasis given to these two critical national priorities. When people suffer, nobody still understands that there is no government in the world. Government will solve problems but governments have their own problems which is how to catch power.
We are now into the coronavirus pandemic, which was first detected in Wuhan, China, and much of the Muslim world is still struggling to come to terms with the scope of its impact.
Governments around the world have put in place draconian measures aiming to halt the spread of this deadly virus, including drastic limitations on public religious gatherings and even outright prohibitions on daily prayers in mosques, including Friday prayers.
Saudi Arabia, acting against its own economic interests, has even taken the seemingly drastic step of banning both foreign pilgrims, and then internal pilgrims, from performing the Umrah pilgrimage to Mecca. On 31 March, Saudi authorities warned that the annual pilgrimage itself may be suspended, a development that would surely be welcomed by governments around the world struggling to contain one of the deadliest pandemics since the Spanish Flu of 1918.

 

Pandemic: A test from God?
Yet, these moves have been met with controversy in some quarters of the Muslim public sphere, where people have either minimised the public health threat posed by Covid-19 or indulged in wild conspiracy theories about the nature of the pandemic.
Many groups and individuals, on the other hand, accept the reality of the pandemic, but refuse to comply with the restrictions on public worship and mass religious gatherings on theological grounds, arguing that the pandemic is just another test that God imposes on believers, or that Muslims should express their trust in God to protect them from the effects of the pandemic by continuing their public practice of Islam.
Muslim-majority states must take it upon themselves to strengthen ties of mutual solidarity in this difficult period by exchanging public health expertise
There is much less discussion in the Muslim public sphere around the obligations of solidarity that Muslims owe to themselves and to humanity in times of emergency, such as a pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic threatens to devastate much of the Global South, including the Muslim world. As the actions of countries such as China, Taiwan, South Korea and Singapore show, the keys to containing the deleterious public health impacts of Covid-19 are aggressive social distancing, widespread testing for the virus, contact tracing of those who test positive, and continuous monitoring of the population for recurrence.
This requires a sophisticated public health infrastructure and an educated population capable of voluntarily implementing public health directives – elements lacking in some Global South countries. Thus, some countries may be forced to accept that “herd immunity” is their only way to cope with the pandemic.

Economic collapse
This could have severe consequences on all countries that lack the means to implement “best practices”, including substantially higher death rates in developed countries lacking necessary life-saving medical equipment – particularly ventilators.
Deaths will not be limited to victims of coronavirus; they will also include people suffering from other illnesses who are unable to obtain treatment. Those with pre-existing conditions, such as diabetes or obesity – which have become common in many Muslim countries – will be at higher risk of serious complications or death if they contract Covid-19.

A man reads a notice, placed on the entrance door of a closed mosque during a lockdown in Pakistan (Reuters)
Many countries in the Global South also face a substantial risk of economic collapse, even if they don’t impose social distancing measures. As the population becomes sicker, the workforce becomes increasingly unproductive.
In addition, the simultaneous economic crisis unfolding in the developed world will see a substantial reduction in demand for exports from the Global South. Tourism and remittance income from workers abroad will also be hit hard.
As we brace ourselves for mass deprivation on a global scale in the coming year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Islamic principles should play an important role in guiding policymakers in Muslim-majority countries, despite misguided calls by some to abandon duties of solidarity in the face of this crisis.

Minimising losses
Muslim jurists have established certain rules that apply in cases of emergency, intended both to protect lives and to minimise economic losses. For example, if a ship is caught in a storm at sea and is on the verge of capsizing, merchandise – but not persons – should be thrown overboard, with or without the consent of the owners. The owners of the jettisoned property can be compensated with a share in whatever merchandise survives the storm, equal to the value of their lost goods.

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Muslim-majority states must take it upon themselves to strengthen ties of mutual solidarity in this difficult period by exchanging public health expertise, personnel, equipment and financial aid.
It is encouraging that both the Islamic Development Bank and the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation have taken steps to mitigate the catastrophic economic and health consequences of the pandemic, but much more needs to be done.
The Covid-19 pandemic will not end anytime soon. The global Muslim community – and its political leaders – must pursue policies that prioritise saving lives over profit, emphasising the value of shared economic sacrifice. God willing, the Muslim world can minimise the inevitable losses that will result from this pandemic.
As for the Muslim public and their internal disagreements over the seriousness of the pandemic, and whether or not it constitutes a special test from God, it is crucial that all responsible religious authorities join public officials in stressing the need to comply with public-health measures.

If covid -19 in your body be careful to go out for any reasons be near your wn people and maintain health guidelines
Concusions as per Islamic scholar and islam to to safe your life in covid -19 situations. Islam peace is that things the presentday civilizations looking for.
I wish you peace, safety, and well-being.
The world has not seen in 100 years a health pandemic like the one we see. It shows how helpless human beings can be. We should take all the health and hygiene related precautions that health experts have prescribed. Then we turn to the One Who is the source of all Might and Power. To the extent you can, please act on the following deeds, and convey to others:
1. The near meaning of a Quranic verse is: In difficulty adopt patience and prayers.
2. Another Quranic verse says (near meaning): When you face difficulty, say “Inna lillahi wa inna ilaihi rajeun”.
3. A tasbih for present times: Recite Surah Fatiha 3 times, Surah Ikhlas 3 times, and “HasbunAllahu wa ni’mal Wakil” 313 times (the near meaning is: Allah is sufficient for us). Recite as and when you can.
4. Doa from Rasulullah (SM) for protection for the whole day and night: Bismilahi-ladhi la yadurru ma’as-mihi shai’un fil-ardhi wa la fis-sama’i, wa huwas-samiul-‘alim — 3 times every morning and evening (Tirmizi, Abu Daud, Ahmed).
5. Rasulullah (SM) said whomsoever lands in a place and he says once, no harm will take place until he leaves: Auzubi-kalimati llahi-taammati min sharri ma khalaq (Muslim, Tirmizi, Nisai).
6. Rasulullah (SM)’s prescribed dua for protection from various diseases: “Allahumma inni a’uzu bika minal barasi wal junooni wal juzami wa min sayea-al asqam” (near meaning: Ya Allah keep all the evil diseases away from us). Recite a few times every morning and evening. (Abu Daud, Ahmed).
7. Recite Surah Fatiha 41 times every day. Surah Fatiha is also called Sura-e-Shifa (Sura of deliverance from illness).
8. Astaghfar: Seeking forgiveness from Allah cools His wrath, protects us from distress and anxiety, and provides for us from sources we could not imagine. It is narrated Rasulullah (SM) used to seek forgiveness 70 times a day. Simply reciting “Astaghfirullah” is fine — or reciting any other Astaghfar. Recite as much as you can every day. Fix the number and be consistent.
9. Sadaqa: Making sadaqa (charity) cools the wrath of the Almighty.
10. Reliance on the Almighty: If we can rely on Him like a baby relies in the lap of a mother, He will not allow a calamity to befall us.
A beduin told Rasulullah (SM): I want to be the strongest person in the world. Rasulullah (SM) replied: Put your trust on Allah; you will be the strongest person in the world (Ahmed).
11. Follow directives of health experts stringently.
We pray for each other. When a person prays for others, Angels pray for the person: May your prayers for others be accepted for you first.
Through precaution, good deeds, and doa we can be means of bringing better days. May the Almighty bless us, guide us, and protect us all – in Bangladesh and around the world.
The islam teaching us how to face difficulties such as dangerous covid -19. May almighty God save you.
Allāh has blessed us with a religion that is complete and perfect for all times and places. Allāh tells us in the Qur’ān:

“This day I have perfected for you your religion and completed My favor upon you and have approved for you Islam as your religion”
We also have in the Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam), the best of examples, as Allāh says in the Qur’ān:
“Surely there was a good example for you in the Messenger of Allāh”
Whatever problem or issue a Muslim is facing, he returns back to Allāh and his Messenger for guidance; there is nothing that happens in the life of a Muslim except that his religion has a solution to it.
We recently heard about the coronavirus which is spreading to a number of countries, affecting the lives of many people, causing death to others.
There are a number of thoughts that should cross the mind of a Muslim when they hear something like this. Below are some points that a person must remember and internalise when they see or hear of such incidents:
Trials and tribulations
Trials and tribulations are part of life, this is something that Allāh informs us of and warns us so that when we are afflicted, we remember that it is ultimately Allāh who controls our affairs. It is He who will provide help and His knowledge of our affairs surpasses our restricted intellect. As He says in the Qur’ān:
“Do you think that you will enter Paradise without such [trials] as came to those who passed away before you? They were afflicted with severe poverty and ailments and were so shaken that even the Messenger and those who believed along with him said, ‘When [will] the Help of Allāh [come]?’ Yes! Certainly, the Help of Allāh is near!”
Allāh sends us tests to see how we will react and handle them. How are we going to respond? When you hear the news that your umrah trip is cancelled because of this virus, how will you respond? When you hear your flights have been cancelled, your loved ones have fallen ill, how will you respond?
Allāh says in the Qur’ān:
“And We will surely test you with something of fear and hunger and a loss of wealth and lives and fruits, but give good tidings to the patient”
So how do we respond to a calamity? Allāh tells us immediately after the previous āyah:
“Who, when disaster strikes them, say, ‘Indeed we belong to Allāh, and indeed to Him we will return.’”
A Muslim is patient in trials; he knows Allāh will never forsake him, nor will Allāh burden him with a trial that is more than what he can handle.

This is not something new
Illnesses and viruses such as the coronavirus are not something new, nor is the fact that people are afflicted with illnesses.
The companions once asked the Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam):

“Oh Messenger of Allāh, who from amongst the people were tested the most? The Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) responded and said, “The Prophets, then the next best and then the next best.”
We see the great Prophet of Allāh, Ayyūb (ʿalayhi al-Salām), was tested with a great illness. His story is synonymous with patience. He lost everything; his family, wealth, and health. Some narrations say he was bedridden for 18 years, tested with a great illness, yet we find he did not give up hope in Allāh and turned to him in this great trial. Some scholars have said that his illness was so severe that his flesh dropped from his body and nothing remained on him except his bones and muscles
Allāh tells us his story in the Qur’ān:
“And Ayyūb, when he called to his Lord, saying ‘Harm has afflicted me and You are the Most Merciful”
“So We answered him and removed his affliction and We gave him his family and the like of them with them, as a mercy from Us and a reminder to Worshippers.”
The story of Prophet Ayyūb (ʿalayhi al-Salām) is one filled with lessons for us to ponder over. The virtue of patience is shown to us in the Prophet Ayyūb (ʿalayhi al-Salām) through some of the most dire situations that one can come across in life.

Qadr
The concept of pre-destination is extremely important for a Muslim to understand. When incidents such as the coronavirus occur, a Muslim should know that this is what Allāh had decreed 50,000 years before the creation of the universe. The Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) explained:
“Allāh had written the ordained measures (and due proportions) of the creation, fifty thousand years before the creation of the heavens and the earth…
All good and bad is from Allāh, as is mentioned in the Hadeeth of Jabir: ‘No slave of Allāh will truly believe until he believes in al-Qadr; its good and bad from Allāh, and until he knows that what has befallen him was not going to miss him and that what missed him was not going to befallen him.’
Allāh will never harm us nor does he want evil to befall us. We may think something is bad for us due to our restricted view of life, but there is always good in a situation. Allāh tells us that perhaps you hate a thing but it is in fact good for you, and perhaps you love a thing when in reality and it is bad for you, yet Allāh knows while you know not!
A believer has two positions when it comes to predestination: one is before the situation occurs, and one is after. Before the situation he seeks help from Allāh, makes dua to him, and relies upon him; he asks Allāh for good to come from it.
After the situation, if the result was positive and good the person thanks Allāh. If the event had a negative outcome the person is patient because he knows that Allāh will never forsake him even if it seems the result is negative, because indeed Allāh is the best of planners.

Taking necessary precautions
A Muslim should not overreact; at the same time he should not be oblivious about a situation and do nothing!
Taking the necessary means and then relying upon Allāh is something which is emphasised in Islam.
“One day Prophet Muhammad (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam), noticed a Bedouin leaving his camel without tying it. He asked the Bedouin, ‘Why don’t you tie down your camel?’ The Bedouin answered, ‘I put my trust in Allāh’ The Prophet then said, ‘Tie your camel first, then put your trust in Allāh’ [3]
We also find in the incident of Umar (raḍiy Allāhu ʿanhu) taking necessary precautions is a must when you know of a harm or potential danger that could afflict you.
Umar ibn al-Khattab was traveling with a group of companions during his reign. They approached a town in which it was said had a contagious/infectious disease. Umar asked his group whether they should proceed or return (to Madinah). The majority of the companions said they should go back but some said they should proceed. Then one companion said he knew a hadith where the Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) said, “If you hear that this disease exists in a country, do not travel to that country.” So Umar decided that they should go back. Another companion asked him whether he was running away from qadar. Umar replied that they were moving away from one qadar to another qadar.
Whenever there is a problem, a challenge, or any hardship which we can remove, overcome, solve, or minimise, we must do so.

The world is full of wealth and foods but sorry to say in our world is near about 8 billion peoples.the sophisticated terrorist policy to kill at least 6 biiilion people,we the two billion will live forever in earthly heavenly pradise here in this worlds : we will creted our world earthly heaven . so there target to kill 4 billion to be killed .this vaccine is nothing just only to earn money and makes people foolish instead of taking action and creating situation to earn more money but this virus wiil be until the end of the worlds .it was such way was created .this is greatest terrorist against human civilizations by group of sophisticated terrorist.

THIS IS NOT CORONA VIRUS BUT IT IS BIOTERRORIZAM BY SOME GROUP OF FACIST TO DESTROY PEOPLES AS HITLAR WANT TO KILL WHOLE JEWISH PEOPLES AND NOW THIS NEW FASICT GROUP INTENDS TO KILL ALL POOR HARDWORKING PEOPLE

Corona viruses are a group of related RNA viruses that cause diseases in mammals and birds. In humans and birds, they cause respiratory tract infections that can range from mild to lethal. Mild illnesses in humans include some cases of the common cold, while more lethal varieties can cause SARS, MERS, and COVID-19. In cows and pigs they cause diarrhea, while in mice they cause hepatitis and encephalomyelitis.
The Chinese government intentionally manufactured and released the COVID-19 virus that led to mass shutdowns and deaths across the world, ”
more evidence would be released but pointed to own high-ranking position at a World Health Organization reference lab as a reason to trust her allegation.
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“So, together with my experience, I can tell you, this is created in the lab … and also, it is spread to the world to make such damage.”
Yan’s comments conflicted with the opinion of who previously cast doubt on the idea the virus was artificially created. In May, he told National Geographic: “If you look at the evolution of the virus in bats, and what’s out there now is very, very strongly leaning toward this [virus] could not have been artificially or deliberately manipulated — the way the mutations have naturally evolved.”
Other scientists have panned the idea that COVID-19 served as a sort of bioweapon or was released by a lab.
Fox News previously reported on Yan back in July, when she blew the whistle on China’s alleged attempts to suppress information about its handling of the virus. With a vast network of contacts in Chinese medical facilities, Yan attempted to gather more information about the virus as China blocked overseas experts from conducting research in the country.
Her revelations fueled ongoing complaints that the Chinese government failed to tell the world early on about the virus’ threat. Specifically, she believes the Chinese government ignored research that could have saved lives. The State Department did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
In response, her former employer, the University of Hong Kong, criticized her account. A press release noted “that the content of the said news report does not accord with the key facts as we understand them.”
“Specifically, Dr Yan never conducted any research on human-to-human transmission of the novel coronavirus at [the University of Hong Kong] during December 2019 and January 2020, her central assertion of the said interview.”
Yan, who said she was one of the first scientists in the world to study the novel coronavirus, fled China and currently fears retaliation. She was allegedly asked by her supervisor at the University/WHO reference lab, Dr. Leo Poon, in 2019 to look into the odd cluster of SARS-like cases coming out of mainland China at the end of December 2019.

BIOTERRORIZAM ? STARTING CHAINESE GROP OF FASCIST SCIENTIST
En español | In a matter of months, the coronavirus has swept across the globe, sickening millions and killing hundreds of thousands in its path. And just as quickly as the virus has spread, so too have falsehoods about its transmissibility and treatment. Here are 10 myths about the coronavirus that you shouldn’t believe.
Myth: Warmer weather will stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Summer is just around the corner, and some are hoping that the warmer weather will put an end tothe coronavirus outbreak. Public health experts, however, caution that this may not be the case

“The science there is not as clear as it needs to be” when it comes to the weather’s impact on the speed of the virus’s spread, says Aaron Bernstein, M.D., interim director of C-CHANGE (Center for Climate, Health and the Global Environment) at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. “And I don’t think it can be because, although we have other coronaviruses to draw inference from, we don’t have experience with this coronavirus.”
If this coronavirus acts like other coronaviruses (remember that there are several coronaviruses that can infect humans and cause mild upper-respiratory tract illnesses, such as the common cold), warmer temperatures and more humid weather may slow it down, Bernstein says. These viruses and others, including the bug that causes the flu, tend to spread more during cold-weather months, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). However, “that does not mean it is impossible to become sick with these viruses during other months,” the CDC says.
“There’s some research to suggest that even at slower rates, [the novel coronavirus] is still going to be capable of exponential transmission” during summer’s warm months, explains Bernstein, pointing to places with warm-weather climates such as Singapore, India and Louisiana as examples. These areas have seen large outbreaks of infections despite their hot temperatures.
Another thing to consider? Hot weather increases the risk for hospitalization and death, especially among older adults, whose bodies have a harder time adjusting to temperature changes. This could add stress to hospitals and health care systems around the country that are already burdened with coronavirus outbreaks.
“We have to be mindful” and not rush to abandon preventive measures such as social distancing just because it’s summer, Bernstein argues. The World Health Organization (WHO) says frequent handwashing is also needed to prevent coronavirus infections, no matter how sunny or warm it is outside.
Myth: Young people don’t get sick from a coronavirus infection.
While older adults and people with chronic health conditions — including heart disease, kidney disease, lung ailments and diabetes — are at higher risk than younger, healthier people for getting severely sick from the illness caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19), they are not the only population filling hospital beds around the globe.
A mid-March analysis from the CDC found that more than half of the nearly 2,500 Americans who had been hospitalized with COVID-19 at that point were younger than 55. And while the rate of hospitalizations for COVID-19 is higher in adults 65 and older, it’s still significant in people under 65.
Jordan Warchol, an emergency physician and assistant professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC), says she has seen “several people” in their 30s and 40s become critically ill with COVID-19.
“Even though it might happen more often to older people, that doesn’t mean that young people are immune from it,” she says. And, unfortunately, lots of people are “getting severely ill when we otherwise would not expect that because of their age.”
Myth: Social distancing isn’t necessary if you’ve already been infected.
Even if you’ve tested positive for a past coronavirus infection, you still need to take the same precautions as everyone else, experts say. And that’s because we don’t have a definitive answer yet as to whether a previous infection provides extended immunity.
“We’re still waiting for some of the studies to come out that really tell us for sure that when you’ve had the virus and mounted an antibody to it, that you are protected,” says Roger Shapiro, M.D., associate professor of immunology and infectious diseases at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. However, “the general feeling is that there’s a lot of optimism that this will be the case.”
In the case of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) — two other illnesses caused by coronaviruses — infected survivors develop an immune response that can last for months to years, Shapiro points out. “So we are hopeful that [the novel coronavirus] will be the same.”
The virus’s close cousin, however — the one that causes the common cold — “is a little more tricky” because people get colds “over and over again,” Shapiro adds. “So that’s where some of the hesitation comes.”
Until the research paints a clearer picture, the CDC says everyone — including those who have had a coronavirus infection — should “continue to take steps to protect yourself and others.” This includes frequent handwashing, wearing a cloth face covering in public and keeping at least 6 feet of space between yourself and others.
Myth: If you don’t have fever, cough and shortness of breath, you don’t have COVID-19.
While fever, cough and shortness of breath are the hallmark symptoms of COVID-19, they are not the only warning signs of an infection. The CDC recently updated its list of symptoms to include chills, muscle pain, sore throat, and new loss of taste or smell. “Other less common symptoms have been reported, including gastrointestinal symptoms like nausea, vomiting or diarrhea,” the CDC says.
The newly expanded list makes it easier to catch patients who otherwise may not have qualified for a coronavirus test, thus helping containment efforts, UNMC’s Warchol explains. It also helps the general public know “what to be on the lookout for” in respect to self-isolation as experts learn more about the virus’s impact on the body.
Myth: You can catch COVID-19 from your pet.
There is no evidence to suggest that humans are catching COVID-19 from their pets or that animals play a significant role, if any, in spreading the disease, according to the CDC. Furthermore, the CDC says there is no evidence that the new coronavirus is circulating among wildlife, including bats, in the U.S. The origin of the coronavirus is unknown, though some researchers have tied it to a live animal market in China.
However, it does appear that the illness can spread from people to animals in some rare situations, both the CDC and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) say. A small number of animals worldwide have tested positive for the coronavirus, mostly after having close contact with a person with COVID-19. Because of this, public health officials say owners should make sure their pets follow some of the same preventive measures that humans practice.
For example, don’t let your pets interact with people or other animals outside the household, and avoid dog parks or other crowded areas where people and animals play. When walking your dog, keep at least 6 feet of space from other people and animals, the FDA says. And if you are sick with COVID-19, isolate yourself from other people and animals, including your pet, the CDC recommends. Instead, ask a friend or family member to care for your pet until you recover.
Other types of coronaviruses can make pets sick, such as canine and feline coronaviruses. However, “these other coronaviruses cannot infect people and are not related to the current COVID-19 outbreak,” the CDC says.
Myth: Ibuprofen makes COVID-19 worse.
Fever and muscle pain are two common symptoms of COVID-19, and without a formally approved treatment, the CDC recommends that people with mild cases of the illness take over-the-counter medicines to help alleviate uncomfortable symptoms. But a flood of news reports in March claimed that nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as ibuprofen (Advil), could make a case of COVID-19 worse, raising questions about the widely used drug’s safety in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Several experts, however, have since countered these claims, including the FDA. The agency said it isn’t aware of any “scientific evidence” to prove that NSAIDs could aggravate COVID-19 symptoms. In April, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) doubled down on the FDA’s stance. In its treatment guidelines for COVID-19, the agency said there is no difference between acetaminophen (Tylenol) and NSAIDs for reducing fever among patients with and without COVID-19, and that people with COVID-19 who are taking NSAIDs to help manage another condition “should continue therapy as previously directed by their physician.”
Whether you have COVID-19 or not, it’s always a good idea to talk to your doctor or pharmacist before taking any new medication — especially if you have underlying health conditions that can be complicated by certain drugs.
People with kidney disease or problems with stomach ulcers, for example, may be steered toward acetaminophen. “And on the flip side, if you have problems with hepatitis or liver trouble, then acetaminophen may not be the best choice,” David Aronoff, a physician and director of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, told AARP. “And that’s why speaking with a pharmacist or a physician or nurse can be really very helpful.”
Myth: It’s dangerous to go outside during the pandemic.
The general advice from experts is to stay home as much as possible to limit your risk of a coronavirus infection, but that doesn’t mean you can’t garden in your yard or take a walk around the neighborhood for some fresh air and exercise. Just make sure you continue to practice precautions — bring some hand sanitizer with at least 60 percent alcohol and keep a distance of at least 6 feet from others.
It’s important to steer clear of crowded parks and group gatherings, the CDC says. And don’t forget to wear a cloth face mask when you do go out. This helps to “protect your community” in case that you unknowingly have the virus, Harvard’s Shapiro adds.
Myth: You should avoid the hospital at all costs if you want to stay healthy.
While in-person appointments at primary care offices are on pause during the pandemic, emergency rooms are still very much open. But recent data show fewer people are accessing them — and this can have deadly consequences.
“If you feel like what’s going on with you or with a loved one is an emergency, please come to the emergency department. We have plenty of measures in place to ensure your safety as far as not transferring coronavirus from another patient to you.”
– Jordan Warchol, emergency physician and assistant professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center
A poll from the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) found that 80 percent of the roughly 2,200 adults surveyed were worried that a trip to the emergency room would put them at high risk for contracting COVID-19. Nearly one-third admitted to actively delaying or avoiding medical care during the pandemic out of concern for catching the illness.
A recent survey of nine high-volume hospitals illustrates just how much of an impact virus fears have had on medical care. For example, the frequency of one common emergency procedure for reopening arteries in heart attack patients is down by nearly 40 percent since the start of the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S.
“COVID-19 is definitely not stopping people from having heart attacks, strokes and cardiac arrests,” the American Heart Association (AHA) and seven other national health organizations said in a joint statement. “We fear it is stopping people from going to the hospital, and that can be devastating.”
Calling 911 immediately is still your best chance of surviving a heart attack or stroke, the AHA says. Other symptoms and conditions that warrant emergency care include difficulty breathing, choking, a head or spine injury, ingestion of a poisonous substance, serious injury, uncontrolled bleeding, and any sudden or severe pain.
“If you feel like what’s going on with you or with a loved one is an emergency, please come to the emergency department,” says UNMC emergency physician Warchol. “We have plenty of measures in place to ensure your safety [with regard to] not transferring coronavirus from another patient to you.”
Myth: Ingesting disinfectants can help treat a coronavirus infection.
Disinfectants help to eliminate germs on surfaces. However, they do not treat an infection inside the body and, in fact, can cause serious harm.
In April, the CDC reported that calls to U.S. poison centers were up by about 20 percent this year, compared with last year, and that they “increased sharply” at the beginning of March, around the same time the virus started spreading in the U.S. The agency stresses that people using disinfectants should follow instructions on the label to reduce the risk of adverse health effects.
The WHO has also warned that bleach and any other disinfectant should not, “under any circumstance,” be sprayed or introduced into the body. “These substances can be poisonous if ingested and cause irritation and damage to your skin and eyes,” the organization says.
Currently there is no approved treatment for COVID-19. Several drug trials are ongoing, and one antiviral therapy, remdesivir, recently received emergency use authorization from the FDA to treat hospitalized patients.
Myth: Mosquitoes and ticks transmit the coronavirus.
The CDC says at this time it has no data to suggest that the coronavirus can be spread by mosquitoes or ticks. The main way the virus is thought to spread is from person to person, through respiratory droplets.
That said, mosquitoes and ticks can spread other diseases, including the Zika virus and Lyme disease. Clothing that covers your arms and legs can help minimize your risk of insect-borne illnesses — and so can insect repellents that have been approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
As a scientists wants welfae to the USA peoples and others rest of peoples I understood this is not GOD punishement from almighty GOD. He never punished us but it created by peoples .this is great bioterrorism in our century. There are some powerful people they wants to control over populations problems .all work can be done by robot no necessary poor hungry people ,they shuld die and thus they created this virus .
I. To control over population
II. To use robots and earn more profit, no salary has to pay weekly.Robott will work without payment..so they decide to kill people and living and killing need virus and that will gives us opportunity to earn more money and it will gives us more comfort even we the rich people can move one planet to another planet with women cigars wine and sex and sex and wealth and sex etc.
III. And to create vaccines or drugs to earn more money to killing peoples.
IV. It was really great bioterrorism in our time even more terrorist attack than 9/11.and even worse than world war II by : Adolf Hitler
V. Finally killed asian African and latin American poor unnecessary peoples without foods clothes shelter and medicines.

Hi . cute babies I love you:How other rich human being living without helping them , we are all will be accountable the day of Judgement.in Allah’s holy book THE HOLY QURAN mainly three things with full explanations: Taowhid-oneness of Allah , Risalat -prophecy and Mizan- Judgments).please afraid Allah. Help helpless childrens ,womens, and elder:(Dr. S.I.Shelley)
Many of the health guidelines given by the NHS are in fact normal practices for Muslims, some of which are as follows:

1. Washing hands: this is a part of ablution, a Muslim’s daily ritual of purity.
2. General cleanliness
The Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) said:
“Cleanliness is part of faith”
Keeping our surroundings tidy, cleaning up after ourselves, and wiping surfaces down are all aspects of cleanliness which must be adhered to in these situations.
3. Covering your mouth when sneezing
The Prophet would cover his mouth when he sneezed. This basic etiquette can take big part in the stopping of the spread of viruses
“Whenever the Messenger of Allāh (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) sneezed, he would cover his mouth with his hand or a piece of cloth.”
4. Quarantine in times of viruses which can spread.
The Prophet gave instructions on what to do if there is an outbreak. Abd al-Rahmān ibn ‘Awf (raḍiy Allāhu ʿanhu) that he said:
“I heard the Messenger of Allāh (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) say: “If you hear that it (the plague) is in a land, do not go there, and if it breaks out in a land where you are, do not leave, fleeing from it.”
The Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) also taught us how to protect ourselves by maintaining our adhkar from the Sunnah. One such dua that he taught us was:
“In the name of Allāh with Whose name nothing can harm on earth or in heaven, and He is the All-Hearing, All-Knowing”

Being positive and having an optimistic outlook
Always have a positive outlook regardless of the situation you’re in, this is what our Prophet Muhammad (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) taught us, when he told us
Amazing is the affair of the believer, verily all of his affairs are good and this is not for no one except the believer. If something of good/happiness befalls him, he is grateful and that is good for him. If something of harm befalls him, he is patient and that is good for him.”
He also said:
“There are no omens, but the best of it is optimism”
When we look through the seerah we find many examples of the Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) being optimistic even though he was in a dire situation.
The Muslims in the battle of Ahzāb were surrounded by the enemy from every direction, they were in a state of loss, the Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) commanded them to build a trench around the city of Madinah to protect themselves, as they were digging the trench they came across a huge rock and struggled to break it.
The Prophet took the sledgehammer from Salman al-Farisi. He struck the rock saying, “Bismillah”. One third of the rock broke. He said, “Allahu Akbar! I was given the keys of Damascus”. He struck it again and more broke and he said “I was given the keys of Persia” and he did so the third time until he had broken it and said “I was given the keys of Yemen!”
At a time when morale was low, the Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) remained optimistic. The companions were astounded thinking that they under siege with no way out, yet the Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) was talking about conquering Damascus, Persia, and Yemen! How true was the Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) when eventually these lands were conquered, optimism in the face of adversity, and optimism in the face of pessimism.
We should also not blame others or ridicule them because they are from a certain country or they have come from a part of the world that has been affected by the virus. Unfortunately, we have seen physical attacks on people, racist remarks made, and people making a joke and mocking the situation people are in.

Conclusion
The coronavirus is a reminder to us all of our weak state. Regardless of our social standing and our financial position, we are helpless. Allāh says:
“Mankind was created weak”
Situations like this remind us to turn back to Allāh. Allāh controls everything and he is the one that can relieve us from our difficulties, we must return to Allāh and seek refuge in him and ask for his protection.

• My work on the development of new technology for prevention of chilling injury and quality deterioration of pharmaceuticals products and problem sterile and non sterile products during handling transportation and storage by physical treatment chemical and microbiological I.e. non=chemical treatment which is free from harmful chemicals residue ,pathogens contain higher nutrients components will help improve health of the general public increase export from U.S. and improve the environment and provide jobs. It is the national interest to expect me from the labor certificate requirements, currently I am employed as a supervisor and research scientist at the winder labs of Georgia, USA

• my work has allowed the development of new technology to preserved healthy medical s products and problems which help improve health care public health issues export potential and better utilization of natural resources and utilization raw materials and raw materials which is contributes economic welfare of the country as I am microbiologist .microbiologist is the safe gourd of public health

Explanation that my research is in the national interest.
Purpose
Release article listed seven potential interest factors. Based on that list, my research qualities under the following two factors.
1. Improving health of the American people, by supplying nutrients super medicals quality products and foods as a results of my research work on the prevention of disorders , preservation of raw materials and finished products ,prevent their quality deterioration by non –chemicals and non preservative uses treatments .the side effects of synthetic chemicals and preservative can be avoided by pre –treating raw materials and finished products fruits vegetables etc by physical treatments FDA don’t want that manufacturer will use preservation in their products. it can be cargigenic effects to the public health .preservative can produce toxin public health USP.
2. Improving the US. Economy :as a results of my research work and quality control work on
I) Development of new techniques that can be used to protect US growers from significant financial losses resulting during post shipment handling of raw materials and finished products to various country of the worlds
II) Development of new techniques, methods, new methodology inexpensive realistic and pragmatics solutions to evaluate raw materials and finished products quality nondestructively which is very fast, labor and time intensive and inexpensive.
III) Development of new techniques to reduce quality deterioration of raw materials and finished products that helps exporting raw materials to the various country , European countries and Asian countries and other country of the world.
IV) Development of new technology methodology and gave determination to maintain super quality prodicts and always keep the quality up which is good for public health ,thus reducing the heath care costs considerably

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Potential for improving health care.
There is one newly discovered techniques which can prevent chilling injury, decay and quality deterioration .interests has increased greatly during the last decade due to its effectiveness as an anti carcinogenic and antioxidant and its potential as an inhibitor of certain forms of physiological disorders such as chilling injury of pharmaceuticals raw materials and finished products and of fruits and vegetables. Since I started to work with the post harvest physiology of fruits and vegetables in Bangladesh agricultural research institute and Bangladesh jute research institute under government of agricultural of Bangladesh and pharmaceuticals industry in USA for the quality f raw materials and finished products. we have began to understand that physical methods of diseases or disorder or quality deterioration control are universal in the complexity of chemicals and my research and quality control data indicates that physical treatments are the best methods to prevent physiological disorders and prevention of quality detonation fo fruits and vegetables and pharmaceuticals raw materials and finished products
As a microbiologist I learned much has been learned concerning the chemical methods but relatively little is known about the physiological, genetic and ecological aspects of chilling injury prevention and reduce the quality deterioration.
Since the physical methods rather than synthetic chemicals proved to be helpful in the prevention of chilling injury. my research showing hypothesis of heat shock protein which have thermo tolerance capacity and can prevent chilling injury and prevent quality deterioration of fruits and vegetables raw materials and finished products , which is free from the toxic residue of synthetic chemicals.
My research was also directed towards the study of environmental factors CAPA gap environmental issues that affect the chilling injury of fruits and vegetables and raw materials and finished pharmaceuticals products.
This ascribed medical benefit from the consumption of fruits and vegetables and other raw materials and finished pharmaceuticals products are basis of legend.
Non chemicals treatments includes heat , hot water ,intermittent warming and modified atmosphere strong have been targeted by the environmental sciences as a prime issue for the prevention of physiological disorders and quality deterioration and preservation of fruits and vegetables and pharmaceuticals products stability and also useful to prevent nature and people’s health.

Recognized that no single research institute or pharmaceuticals industries has the scientific expertise , facilities or laboratories to conduct the research on health benefits of supper pharmaceuticals raw materials of super food which is free from toxic chemicas residue , we have formed cooprretaive team R&D quality control microbiology to identify to reduce raw materials and vegetables quality detorations by nonchemical preservative less treatmwents which has positive effect on health .we have preservative efficacy test as per FDA and USP gudielines .tis research team R&D quality control microbiology and quality control chemistry include studies plant chemists , plant nutriotionist , plant genetics and food and drug technologists working on many raw materials fruits and finished products and vegetables .
Still today at presnt our laboratory is the key to this prevention of quality deterioration of raw materials fruits and vegetables at the national and international leves with coordinated effort of other pharmaceuticals scientist and food microbiology as a potential noncarsanogenic or prevention of chilling injur / physiological disorders and quality deterioration or microbiological contaminations.
Physical treatments has been shown to reduce quality deteration and prevention of chilling injury and preservation of raw materials as well as fruits and vegetables and vegetable raw materials . so far heat treatment has developed / synthesized group of protein which has ability to prevent such kind of physiological disorders and reduce quality detoriation there has been speculation among the scientific community that heat shock treatments may synthesis a special group of protein wich can prevent quality deterioration. Of pharmaceuticals raw material
This research and work involves many complex steps, each of which requires sophisticated aproches and techniques that will be developed depending on the caliber of the scientists involved. I have worked on the prevention of chilling and quality deterioration of products or fruitaa and vegetables and pharmaceuticals specially they are made of animal and plant sources for 35 years and my sills have bwcome indispensible to the industry or team that is working on improving the health of the American people I served America and American people more tha 18 years and work other countries United Nation university Tokyo for the interest of science aand humanity by providing nutrious and super quality medicas products and served American people and keep the quality up.the interruption of the ongoing research projects wil seriously the program ,protocol testion , method SOP in te prevention of chilling injury and pathogens.
The area of research holds a great potential for the advancement of healt services which is only possible with the present technologies in plant physiologogical and genetics. Many postharvest physiological and numerous scientists in health and nutrient research have suggested that people could reduce the risk of many diseases through modifying their dietary habits such consumption of the super food or super pharmaceuticals products.ours is the only consortium in the US consisting of scientists working in the areas fruots raw materials for pharmaceyticas finished products and vegetable genetics chemistry food processing pharmaceutical s product processing and microbiology , related to nutrition and health and our team is organized to initiate studis , specifically on the nonvhemical preservative less treatments for finished products which is effective in fruits and vegetables and products .
Thease studies will determine the effects of certain physical treatments on prevention of specific diseases and disorder , and prevention of fruits and vegetables and raw materials for pharmaceuticals uses which is superior for human consumption and good for health.

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POTENTIAL FOR IMPROVING THE ECONOMY.
In the previous sections , I mentioned that pharmaceuticals raw naterials fruits and vegetavles that were pretreated with nonchemicals non preservative , I,e physical treatment have good quality , free from toxic chemicals residue have a impact on the health of the people.The cost treating the diseases increased annually at a rate greater than the inflation. The cost treating the disease increased annually at a rate greater than the inflation. The cost of physical treatment i.e nonchemical treatment for foof preservation is considerably less than the actual health care costs incurred by any fraction of that population that develop disease.
The USA government pay annually a lot of money to preserve fresh fruits and vegeravles and pharmaceuticals raw materias by chemical means, but the food and raw materials stil have contain chemical residue which is harmful for USA people and loss of lot money and FDA doesnot want that manufacturer use by chemicals means which is contain toxin
Nonchemical treated food or raw materials can save a lot of USA dollars as well people health will improve by consuming nutrients ingredients medicals products and problems and foods.thus, the health care costs can be substantially reduced while avoiding several million American health. Therefore nonmechanical food or raw materials preservation could become a major initiative to study assess and develop designer , fod raw materials which arefree from chemical residue and rich in most essential nutrient clements for human .moreover I said earlier actually raw material contribute economic welfare of the country or company those who are in production
The market potential for such designer food or product will be considerable in the next 25 years as Americans increase their awareness of proper diets and medicinies .
A ggod example that there are many of fruits and vegetables and raw material for pharmaceuticals products variety which was only due to some variety of fruits and vegetables and products materials . however if we consider the total fruits and vegetables and pharmaceuticals industry in USA , there is tremendous potential for improving the American economy.
My expertise in developing designer foods medicines is essential and a reduction of diseases ,pathogens incidence of our people just 10% would results in considerable saving to the American economy. Without this type of research . we would be forced to rely on synthetic chemicals and more soctly for prevention of diseases or disorders and preservation of fruits and vegetables and pharmaceuticals products and also human.
Currently , I am involved in research which has different part .as a microbiologist ,biotechnologist and doctor of biological sciences in including agronomy such agricultural sciences working on biological nitrogen fixation and consulting researching in USA , my work is being carried out at the Bangladesh research council and Bangladesh jute research institute and research council and my suggestion was involved in different hospitals special for diseases control and prevention virus .coronovirus and quality medical pharmaceuticals Products and medicals products and problems and working winder labs . Georgia.
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The first part of our research project is to develop techniques to reduce /prevent chilling injury of fruits and vegetables and pharmaceuticals raw materials and also reduce the qualitydeterioration during storage, handling or shipment.our studies have related to fruits and vegetables and pharmaceuticas raw materials and finished products stability that can be preserve without danger of chilling injury and it can be maintain their quality properly. This gives fruits and vegetables or products a unique niche in the global market. This fruits and vegetables and raw materials have good quality and has made it a favorite amonh the consumers and it has become a branded product.
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The second part of our research involves the introduction of fruits and vegetables and raw materials to the market inside and outside .much of the loss was due to the sub-optimal shipping , or the post handling conditions in different places . the high temperature and humidity spores to germinate and the infect the fruits and vegetables. With our effort, we have developed a unique technique which eliminates major lossess due to this problems consistently . significant progress , achived by transis simulation and post –transit trails. Can saved 40% losse of exported fruits and vegetables to foreign country and or anyother country to country of the world has increased about two fold since long time , we are the pioneer of this techniques which has great potential for tehe food industry and pharmaceuticals industry .thease research results wil allow american growers or any countries growers to build confidence in exporting their product to japanise market or any market that has been difficult to enter, the European coomon market , mexico and canada. The goal of our research to guarantee a continuing increase in the number of jobs and healthier balance of trade for USA . in addition ,our project has placed particular emphasis an research and development and made it a cornerstone for its success in commercialization which can lead to creation of more jobs in the USA.
In addition to benefiting the united states in terms of health condition/ care the advanced techniques worked out during my research will allow the united states fruits and vegetables and pharmaceuticals raw material . raw material which is bring economic welfare to the country oand industy owner to complete moreeffectively against the foreign industries.

IV. SUMMARY
I am a profesiona research scientist having more than 35 years experinice in the different countries of the world studied Timiryazev agricultural academy OF Moscow USSR Academy of sciences and Patrice lummumba university studed biological sciences and agronomy sciences agricultyral sciens has great knowledge in different field of sciences and am selected Member of royal society of biology MRSB and seleted candidate Fellowship royal society FRSB.and always worked with a team of outstanding scientist to identify the best techniques to preserve fruits and vegetables and raw materials for different industrial process materials and maintain their better quality by nonchemical treatments .toxin free treatments . this is unique group , whose goal is to provide the USA people super quality products which is better for good health and for hope of better hhealthy life of the American people , because of my unique skill in complex techniques and dedicated efforts over the 18 years in USAservicess , I have helped to identify the best methods to prevent products diseases nand identify pathogens , disorders and preserve their quality and to determine their quality nondestructively . over the next several years using nondestructive quality measurements techniques ,we will be able to evaluate products quality very quckly which is labor and time intensive as wqell as inexpensive . we will have significantdemand for export of products to different countries and the europea countries . this may help to reduce the trade deficit with respective countries. In addition to preserve materials quality and public health and economic factor, my contribution directly creates technical jobs ,helps private sector for products companies to develop good cultivar, protect environmental pollution by avoiing sysnthetic chemicas and using natural resources.

Development biological sciences ,microbiology and biotechnology and information technology and electrification every inch of the world would be determined Human Right and Environmental Protection (HREP) DR.S.I.SHELLEY NY ,USA
Dr. Sherajul Islam Shelley with his team in Institute Microbiology formerUSSR Academy of Sciences in 1984
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Potential for improving health care.
This is important for Bangladesh and USA
There is one newly discovered techniques which can prevent chilling injury, decay and quality deterioration .interests has increased greatly during the last decade due to its effectiveness as an anti carcinogenic and antioxidant and its potential as an inhibitor of certain forms of physiological disorders such as chilling injury of pharmaceuticals raw materials and finished products and of fruits and vegetables. Since I started to work with the post harvest physiology of fruits and vegetables in Bangladesh agricultural research institute and Bangladesh jute research institute under government of agricultural of Bangladesh and pharmaceuticals industry in USA for the quality f raw materials and finished products. we have began to understand that physical methods of diseases or disorder or quality deterioration control are universal in the complexity of chemicals and my research and quality control data indicates that physical treatments are the best methods to prevent physiological disorders and prevention of quality detonation fo fruits and vegetables and pharmaceuticals raw materials and finished products

Concern for man himself and his fate must always from the chief interest of all technical endeavors (AlbertEinstein,1931)
As a microbiologist I learned much has been learned concerning the chemical methods but relatively little is known about the physiological, genetic and ecological aspects of chilling injury prevention and reduce the quality deterioration.
Symptoms. Then, are nothing but the cry from suffering organs (J.M.CHARCOT 18680
Since the physical methods rather than synthetic chemicals proved to be helpful in the prevention of chilling injury. my research showing hypothesis of heat shock protein which have thermo tolerance capacity and can prevent chilling injury and prevent quality deterioration of fruits and vegetables raw materials and finished products , which is free from the toxic residue of synthetic chemicals.
My research was also directed towards the study of environmental factors CAPA gap environmental issues that affect the chilling injury of fruits and vegetables and raw materials and finished pharmaceuticals products.
This ascribed medical benefit from the consumption of fruits and vegetables and other raw materials and finished pharmaceuticals products are basis of legend.
Non chemicals treatments includes heat , hot water ,intermittent warming and modified atmosphere strong have been targeted by the environmental sciences as a prime issue for the prevention of physiological disorders and quality deterioration and preservation of fruits and vegetables and pharmaceuticals products stability and also useful to prevent nature and people’s health.

Recognized that no single research institute or pharmaceuticals industries has the scientific expertise , facilities or laboratories to conduct the research on health benefits of supper pharmaceuticals raw materials of super food which is free from toxic chemicals residue , we have formed cooperative team R&D quality control microbiology to identify to reduce raw materials and vegetables quality decorations by nonchemical preservative less treatments which has positive effect on health .we have preservative efficacy test as per FDA and USP guidelines .its research team R&D quality control microbiology and quality control chemistry include studies plant chemists , plant nutritionist , plant genetics and food and drug technologists working on many raw materials fruits and finished products and vegetables .

Currently , I am involved in research which has different part .as a microbiologist ,biotechnologist and doctor of biological sciences in including agronomy such agricultural sciences working on biological nitrogen fixation and consulting researching in USA , my work is being carried out at the Bangladesh research council and Bangladesh jute research institute and research council and my suggestion was involved in different hospitals special for diseases control and prevention virus .coronovirus and quality medical pharmaceuticals Products and medicals products and problems and working winder labs . Georgia.The first part of our research project is to develop techniques to reduce /prevent chilling injury of fruits raw material. Raw material which is brings economic welfare to the country oand industry owner to complete more effectively against the foreign industries.

We are learning the language with which God crated life.
(U.S .President Bill Clinton, April .2000)

IV. SUMMARY
I am a professional research scientist having more than 35 years experience in the different countries of the world studied Timiryazev agricultural academy OF Moscow USSR Academy of sciences and Patrice Lumumba university studded biological sciences and agronomy sciences agricultural sciences has great knowledge in different field of sciences and am selected Member of royal society of biology MRSB and sleeted candidate Fellowship royal society FRSB.and always worked with a team of outstanding scientist to identify the best techniques to preserve fruits and vegetables and raw materials for different industrial process materials and maintain their better quality by nonchemical treatments .toxin free treatments . this is unique group, whose goal is to provide the USA people super quality products which is better for good health and for hope of better healthy life of the American people, because of my unique skill in complex techniques and dedicated efforts over the 18 years in services, I have helped to identify the best methods to prevent products diseases and identify pathogens, disorders and preserve their quality and to determine their quality nondestructively. Over the next several years using nondestructive quality measurements techniques, we will be able to evaluate products quality very quckly which is labor and time intensive as well as inexpensive.

We try to foget that medicine is for the people. It is not for the profits, the profits follow and if we have remembered that, theyhave never faled to appear(George W. Merck , 1950)
We will have significant demand for export of products to different countries and the European countries. This may help to reduce the trade deficit with respective countries. In addition to preserve materials quality and public health and economic factor, my contribution directly creates technical jobs, helps private sector for products companies to develop good cultivar, protect environmental pollution by avoiding synthetic chemicals and using natural resources.
In conclusion, I like to say biotechnology will change our lives in fundamental and beneficial ways. There will be new cures for diseases, super-accurate clinical tests and more benign, less –invasive treatments. But drug development is a business like no other. from research to financing ,investor modes from other sectors just don’t apply .you have to understand the human body and how it works in order to understand diseases pathogen or corona virus and you need to understand diseases to realize the potential of therapeutic drugs .the secret is this that corona virus is going to open our best investment to biotechnology but a fundamental problem is that people do not understand exactlywhat these companies do by name biotechnology .or what their business modes are for the long term.and first . many in wall street –a community in which quality is not prized will sell investorsanything they will buy.

Plant is our life.if you have a great idea, olid science and earthshaking discoveries ,you are still only 10% percent of the way there.
MY OPINION :OUR PEOPLE SHOULD UNDERSTAND BASIC ASEPTIC TECHNIQUE FROM THE PATHOGENS .

MY OPINION: PLEASE TRY TO UNDERSTAND BASIC THINGS ,IT NOT NECESSARY TO HAVE Ph. D degrees .

Microbes virus are everywhere they are surrounding you and they are around you beside you even in your beautiful lips thousands and million microorganism but dot worry some are friendly and some are enemy like JIN AND INSHAN soytan , some are good and some are bad your enemy without reasons.

 

 

 

 

 

Microbes are doing things we didn’t even know they could do 10 years ago.
Robert H. Jackson
Dead men may envy living mites in cheese, Or good germs even. Microbes have their joys, And subdivide, and never come to death. Votes: 3
Wilfred Owen
Microbes are just nature’s janitors who work to clean up a poorly kept culturing medium. Trying to keep microbes off of and out of your body is like trying to keep the wind out of the trees.
Robert Morse
The microbe is so very small: You cannot take him out at all.
Hilaire Belloc
It is sometimes as dangerous to be run into by a microbe as by a trolley car.
James Walsh
A hollow edifice erected for the habitation of man, rat, mouse, beetle, cockroach, fly, mosquito, flea, bacillus, and microbe.
Ambrose Bierce
As it takes two to make a quarrel, so it takes two to make a disease, the microbe and its host.
Charles V. Chapin
Man is the weak being who, in spite of all his self-importance and pride of wealth and capital, is vanquished by the smallest microbe.
Muhammad Atta-ullah Faizani
If there is life, then I believe we should do nothing to disturb that life. Mars then, belongs to the Martians, even if they are microbes.
Carl Sagan
In gardens it’s not just plants and insects and microbes that grow. People grow too, and the best bit is that they don’t realise it’s happening. It just happens.
Costa Georgiadis
The immune systems goal is to protect the body against invaders either from without, such as microbes, or from within, such as cancers and different types of neoplastic transformation.
Anthony S. Fauci
The plague of racism is insidious, entering into our minds as smoothly and quietly and invisibly as floating airborne microbes enter into our bodies to find lifelong purchase in our bloodstreams. V
Maya Angelou
The first telescope opened the heavens; the first microscope opened the world of the microbes; radioisotopic methodology, as examplified by RIA [radioimmunoassay], has shown the potential for opening new vistas in science and medicine Votes: 2
Rosalyn Sussman Yalow
If it is a terrifying thought that life is at the mercy of the multiplication of these minute bodies [microbes], it is a consoling hope that Science will not always remain powerless before such enemies…
Louis Pasteur
For each illness that doctors cure with medicine, they provoke ten in healthy people by inoculating them with the virus that is a thousand times more powerful than any microbe: the idea that one is ill.
Marcel Proust
Surely all God’s people, however serious or savage, great or small, like to play. Whales and elephants, dancing, humming gnats, and invisibly small mischievous microbes- all are warm with divine radium and must have lots of fun in them.
John Muir
To ferment your own food is to lodge a small but eloquent protest – on behalf of the senses and the microbes – against the homogenization of flavors and food experiences now rolling like a great, undifferentiated lawn across the globe.
Michael Pollan
When we seed millions of acres of land with these plants, what happens to foraging birds, to insects, to microbes, to the other animals, when they come in contact and digest plants that are producing materials ranging from plastics to vaccines to pharmaceutical products? Votes: 2
Jeremy Rifkin
The world was sick, and the ills from which it was suffering were mainly due to the perversion of man, his inability to live at peace with himself. The microbe was no longer the main enemy; science was sufficiently advanced to be able to cope with it admirably. If it were not for such barriers as superstition, ignorance, religious intolerance, misery and poverty.
Brock Chisholm

 

 

 

 

Top 10 Biotechnology Discoveries.
It is tough to choose the best biotechnological advances made in 2019.Currently, many biotechnological methods are on the rise: genetic manipulation and editing, genetic engineering of bacteria and viruses, development of more effective research methods, as well as attempts to replicate living things in all their intricacy.
Here we (BioExplorer team) present the most fascinating breakthroughs in biotechnology for 2019. As the scientists have mastered the processes behind protein production, they can manipulate them in several ways: for instance, for developing new types of fluorescent proteins, or make other organisms, such as rice plants, to produce and store the necessary proteins for them instead of factories.
It is now possible to print such complex organs as the heart – and save many people with cardiac defects that are now waiting for years for a heart transplant. We have not included all the exciting inventions in this field.
For example, scientists have succeeded in the production of enzymes that can effectively work outside the cell. They have manipulated bacteria to consume high quantities of CO2 and algae to produce biogas through photosynthesis..
Top 10 Biotechnology Discoveries in 2019
Each discovery is sure to bring about a future with better healthcare, a cleaner environment, and new challenges we have not imagined before.
1- You are it: an original Agg-tag method developed for tagging misfolded and aggregating proteins [USA, January 2019]
Many neurodegenerative diseases, such as ALS and Alzheimer’s disease, are caused by proteins forming tough, insoluble aggregates. It is essential to learn how these aggregates form to understand how the disease develops with time. Current methods of protein labeling do not allow differentiating the state the protein is in. In the case of pathological processes in the cell, there are three possible situations:
• A protein is folded correctly and is working normally.
• A protein is folded incorrectly and is not active.
• A protein is not only misfolded, but it is also forming aggregates with other misfolded proteins.
The team of specialists at Pennsylvania State University has developed an ingenious method for distinguishing between different protein states in the cell. The process has the following steps:
• A special compound called Halo-tag is fused to the protein the researchers want to investigate.
• The tag has a fluorophore attached – a molecule that can emit fluorescent light under certain conditions.
• The fluorophore has a molecular rotor and can rotate freely on an adequately folded protein.
• When the protein folds improperly or forms aggregates with other proteins, the fluorophore motion is limited, and it begins to emit a signal.
• The fluorescence intensity can be different depending on whether the structures the proteins form are soluble or insoluble.
The method allows scientists to observe how proteins behave in neurodegenerative diseases. The information they can potentially obtain can significantly help with developing treatments, and understanding these diseases better.
Reference: “A Fluorogenic AggTag Method Based on Halo‐ and SNAP‐Tags to Simultaneously Detect Aggregation of Two Proteins in Live Cells “ – Chemistry Europe. Accessed April 05, 2020. Link.
2- Glycans going independent: researchers have developed a system that glycosylates proteins without cellular machinery [USA, November 2019]
Glycoproteins are a group of proteins with multiple functions. As their name suggests, these proteins have sugar or carbohydrate molecules attached to them. Both the carbohydrate and protein counterparts of glycoproteins can be very complex.
Many glycoproteins are crucial components of cellular membranes. They also participate in cell-to-cell communications and are essential for the functions of brain cells. The cell has a unique structure – Golgi complex – as well as multiple enzymes that are responsible for the production and modification of glycoproteins.
Recently, glycoproteins are useful therapeutic agents and can be found in several antibiotics and antivirals. But the production of glycoproteins can be slow as researchers depend on cells to make them.
A team of biotechnology specialists at the Northwestern Center for Synthetic Biology have proposed a novel way for glycoproteins production:
• The researchers have developed a cell-free platform for glycosylation – GlycoPRIME.
• Glycosylation is achieved by the rapid mixing and matching of cell-free glycosyltransferases and carbohydrate components.
• The glycosyltransferases can build upon with glucose primers linked to proteins with the help of an enzyme called N-glycosyltransferase.
• Using this approach, the researchers have established 37 possible glycosylation pathways.
• As a result, they have produced 23 unique carbohydrate structures, and 18 of these structures were never provided before.
• The team has also managed to produce a protein vaccine candidate using the pathways and structures demonstrated by the system.
This approach opens new horizons in producing new types of proteins that could be used in vaccines and antimicrobial agents. It is also a novel experimental way for understanding the mechanism of glycosylation in the cell.
Reference: “A cell-free biosynthesis platform for modular construction of protein glycosylation pathways | Nature Communications”. Accessed April 05, 2020.
3- Sturdy, heat – resistant and still fluorescent: a new type of fluorescent protein developed [Russian Federation, May 2019]
Fluorescent microscopy is so crucial for biological research that the developer of the approach was awarded Nobel Prize in 2014. The method depends on using fluorescent proteins or probes that can be currently attached to proteins of interest to researchers with the help of genetic engineering.
Unfortunately, current fluorescent molecules have several disadvantages:
• Their molecular mass can be high.
• They can be destroyed by heat.
• They depended on oxygen to produce the characteristic green light.
The team at the Moscow Institute for Physics and Technology, together with international participants from Germany and France, has developed a novel fluorescent protein that:
• The protein was produced using a light-oxygen-voltage (LOV) domain of plant photoreceptor proteins.
• A LOV – containing enzyme from a heat-resistant bacteria Chloroflexus aggregans was used.
• The resulting protein has a relatively low molecular mass -11.6 kDa.
• The protein can withstand temperatures up to 68°C.
• The protein has high stability.
This new protein could be used widely in many research settings, from cell biology to cancer research.
Reference: “A thermostable flavin-based fluorescent protein from Chloroflexus aggregans: a framework for ultra-high resolution structural studies – Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences (RSC Publishing)”. Accessed April 05, 2020.
4- Promoting quarantine inside the heart: a novel compound that protects heart cells from injury developed [USA, August 2019]
Ischemic injury is caused by a blockage of a blood vessel that feeds a region of a heart muscle. Danger from an ischemic injury is two-fold. First, the lack of nutrients and oxygen leads to the death of the cells that are located directly in the area of the damage. As the affected cells communicate with their neighbors, the injury spreads further because of that interaction.
A team of international scientists under the leadership of Robert Gourdie has developed a novel compound called αCT1 that was proven to protect from chronic wounds, such as diabetic ulcers. Experiments have also shown that it is effective in treating the ischemic injury. As the team wanted to establish the molecular mode of action of the new agent, they have conducted the following experiment:
• They have isolated hearts from mice and provided blood flow for the hearts for several hours.
• In the isolated hearts, scientists have modeled ischemic injury by blocking blood flow to particular areas.
• The researchers also have created some variants of the αCT1 by slightly modifying the compounds chemically.
• The experiments have shown that the administration of the agent has prevented the spread of injury even if the drug was injected 20 minutes after the blood flow was stopped.
• The action of the compound was promoted by the interaction of αCT1with a cellular protein called connexin43.
• Connexin43 changes shape and distribution after ischemic injury, which contributes to the spread of adverse effects from the site of injury to neighboring cells.
• By interacting with connexin43, αCT1 prevents this process and the spreading of injured cells.
• It was also found that a smaller molecule derived from αCT1, αCT11, had been more effective against ischemic injury compared to the parent molecule.
• As the new compound is smaller in size, it can be applied in treating cardiac patients more effectively.
αCT1 is already in phase III clinical trials for wound healing patients. The discovery of its mode of action and a new variant that could be beneficial for cardiac patients could be helpful for medical professionals in the nearest future.
Reference: “Interaction of α Carboxyl Terminus 1 Peptide With the Connexin 43 Carboxyl Terminus Preserves Left Ventricular Function After Ischemia‐Reperfusion Injury” – JAHA. Accessed April 05, 2020. Link.
5- A rice-based weapon: a new type of transgenic rice that contains antifungal compounds developed [Spain, June 2019]
Fungal infections affect humans worldwide. Plant fungal infections also can affect agriculture negatively. There is an increasing need for novel antifungal agents, as the level of resistance to current agents is too high.
Currently, a new group of compounds with antifungal properties is in development. They are called PAF, and they are designed on the base of antimicrobial peptides produced by various living organisms.
The main problem with the production of PAF peptides biotechnologically with the help of microorganisms is that the ratio between the cost of production and the resulting amount of chemicals makes the attempts not sustainable economically.
A team of researchers at the Centre of Agricultural Genomics has offered an alternative – produce these antifungal peptides in rice seeds.
To achieve that end, they have done the following:
• The researchers have chosen a novel antifungal compound, PAF102, for their experiments.
• PAF102 can penetrate the fungal cells and kill them from inside.
• PAF102 is also non-toxic to animal or plant cells.
• The researchers have developed several vectors for the production of PAF102.
• Three of the vectors encoded just the modified PAF102 peptide – PAF103, while one vector encoded both PAF102 and rice Oleosine protein (Ole18).
• The vectors were introduced into the rice plants with the help of Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of the embryonic plant cells.
• The vectors were made in a way that made the plants produce the peptide in the seeds specifically.
• In the plants with the PAF103 vector, the necessary peptide was not accumulated.
• The PAF102 protein attached to Oleosin protein was successfully accumulated in rice seeds inside in the individual structures called oil bodies.
• Approximately 20 µg of protein could be harvested from 1 g of rice seeds.
• The PAF protein obtained from rice seeds was proven to be biologically active.
• The plant growth was not affected by the presence of PAF peptide.
• The PAF peptide remains in rice bran during the processing of rice, not the white rice seed.
This study shows that rice seeds can be successfully used as biological factories for the cheap production of peptides with useful properties without any damage to the healthy growth and development of the plants themselves.
Reference: “Rice Seeds as Biofactories of Rationally Designed and Cell-Penetrating Antifungal PAF Peptides. – PubMed – NCBI”. Accessed April 05, 2020.
6- Beating anew: a heart was fully printed with the help of a 3D printer [Israel, April 2019]
3D printing is conquering the world. Not only has it become possible to print complex 3D prostheses for the disabled, printing real tissues is already a reality, too. Instead of plastic, cells and other biological materials can become ink – those types of ink are called bioinks.
Printing complex organs still remains a challenge. Organs are composed of several types of tissues, and they also require the presence of blood vessels. If they do not have all the components, they cannot be used as transplants. One of the organs that are crucially needed for many patients is the heart.
A collaborative team from various departments at Tel Aviv University, Israel, has successfully applied 3D printing to produce a viable heart with all the necessary structures:
• The researchers have taken a sample of the fatty tissue of the patient.
• The cells from the tissue were cultures and reprogrammed to become pluripotent stem cells.
• The matrix between the cells was used to produce hydrogels that were the basis of bioinks for printing.
• The reprogrammed cells then have become cells of the cardiac tissue as well as blood vessels cells.
• The scientists used the mix of hydrogels and reprogrammed cells to produce patches of heart tissue with blood vessels.
• To prove the viability of their method, they have also printed a small, rabbit-sized heart.
This approach can be used in various ways:
• To produce tissues and organs fully compatible with the patient.
• To create model organs to test the efficacy of multiple types of treatments either for drug trials or for selecting individualized therapy for patients.
Reference: “3D Printing of Personalized Thick and Perfusable Cardiac Patches and Hearts” – Advanced Science. Accessed April 05, 2020.
7- Both a cell and a chip: researchers have developed an artificial cell-on-a-chip that is capable of performing complex reactions [Israel, June 2019]
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One of the main evolutionary advantages of eukaryotic cells, i. e.cells with a nucleus was the division of the cell into compartments. This way, each compartment in a cell has its own microenvironment most suitable for certain types of reactions.
The researchers were copying this structure for the new microchips used for performing biochemical reactions. Still, these chips were not full copies of the cells, as they have failed to produce the chain of processes that reflect the principal dogma of biology: DNA-RNA-protein.
Israeli researchers have overcome that obstacle and have created:
• A cell on a chip with compartments connected by channels.
• The cells perform several chain reactions:
• Transcription from the DNA fragment present on a chip.
• Translation/protein synthesis
• Modification of the protein after translation.
• To prove the efficacy of the product, the researchers have produced α‐synuclein, a protein associated with Parkinson’s disease.
• The protein was generated on the chip starting from DNA and has a ubiquitin group attached at the end of the reaction steps.
This new type of an artificial cell can be used for the production of complex proteins, and also for studies of cell activity in various situations.
Reference: “Programmable On‐Chip Artificial Cell Producing Post‐Translationally Modified Ubiquitinated Protein”. Accessed April 05, 2020.
8- A novelty in the world of plastic: a bacterium was genetically modified to produce plastic from plant material [USA, February 2019]
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In industry, the main raw source derived from plants is cellulose. After using the cellulose-containing parts, many plant components are left behind as waste. Yet these parts are rich in another carbohydrate – lignin. For instance, lignin is present in the tree bark that is usually just stripped down.
Lignin is a very complex and robust compound that can be destroyed only by certain types of soil bacteria, so it was not used in any kind of technological process. A team at the University of Wisconsin – Madison decided to use one of those bacteria for biotechnological purposes:
• A species of soil bacteria Novosphingobium aromaticivorans was chosen, as this microorganism is known to be able to process lignin.
• The Novosphingobium aromaticivorans bacteria were genetically engineered.
• The resulting new strain was able to transform lignin into a potential polyester precursor – 2-pyrone-4, 6-dicarboxylic acid (PDC).
• PDC can be linked to make plastic polymers.
• PDC is a better component of plastic materials because it can be degraded in soil safely.
• PDC degradation also does not release dangerous chemicals into the water.
• At present, the new microbe can transform 59% of available lignin into PDC.
If the microbe could be successfully engineered further, it would provide a safer and cheaper way to produce more eco-friendly plastic material.
Reference: “Funneling aromatic products of chemically depolymerized lignin into 2-pyrone-4-6-dicarboxylic acid with Novosphingobium aromaticivorans – Green Chemistry (RSC Publishing)”. Accessed April 05, 2020. Link.
9- Viruses that serve the greater good: a hybrid virus that can be used safely for vaccine development was developed [Australia, December 2019]
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Recently, medical specialists are forced to fight against a wide range of insect-borne viruses: Zika, dengue fever, yellow fever, and a number of other diseases.
All those viruses belong to the same group of insect viruses – flaviviruses. There is a growing need for safe and effective vaccines against those threats.
A team of researchers from the University of Queensland and QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute has possibly developed a system that would allow the development of safer vaccines from this group of viruses:
• The scientists have discovered a new virus that infects Australian mosquitoes – Binjari virus.
• This virus can grow in numbers only in insect cells and is not dangerous to humans.
• The Banjari virus belongs to the same virus group as Zika and dengue fever – flaviviruses.
• It is possible to change specific proteins in the viral structure of the Binjari virus so it would resemble the infectious viruses and elicit an immune response in humans.
• The researchers have produced a chimerical virus that shares some features with viruses that infect humans but does not replicate in human cells.
• The virus can be grown in large quantities in insect cell cultures.
• After the injection of this recombinant virus into mice, the mice could defend themselves against the Zika virus.
The new virus can be used either for the detection of the Zika virus and related viruses in diagnostic tests or for the development of safe and effective vaccines.
Reference: “Safer viruses for vaccine research and diagnosis — ScienceDaily”. Accessed April 05, 2020.10- Drilling, drilling, drilling the bug: A new type of molecular nanodrills developed against highly resistant bacteria [USA, December 2019]
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Antibiotic resistance of bacteria is an increasingly growing problem these days. Many widely used antibiotics have become ineffectual against most common pathogens.
Recently, Robert Pal and colleagues from Durham University, UK, have developed nanomolecular drills that can be activated by light. These drills are synthetic molecules of organic origin that can rotate as fast as 3 million rotations per second after activation with the light of a particular wavelength.
Researchers at the Rice University and the A&M Texas Health Center have decided to test these nanodrills combined with antibiotics:
• They have chosen to test the efficacy of the nanodrills with antibiotics against Klebsiella pneumoniae, a pathogen that causes severe respiratory infections both in-hospital and in communities.
• K. pneumoniae is currently resistant to carbapenem antibiotics, which significantly complicates care for these infections.
• K. pneumoniae has double cell walls that are hard for drug agents to penetrate.
• The drills were combined with meropenem, one of the antibiotics to the carbapenem group.
• The drills were tested against two strains of K. pneumoniae: multiresistant and antibiotic – sensitive.
• The nanodrills containing meropenem could kill highly resistant bacteria in culture quickly and effectively.
This experiment shows that using nanodrills combined with previously ineffective antibiotic agents could help in destroying bacteria with thick cell walls.
Reference: “Molecular Nanomachines Disrupt Bacterial Cell Wall, Increasing Sensitivity of Extensively Drug-Resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae to Meropenem” – ACS Publications. Accessed April 05, 2020. Link.
BIOTECHNOLOGY IS AN AREA THAT HAS BEEN DEVELOPING RAPIDLY IN 2019 AND WOULD CONTINUE TO DO SO EVEN IN 2020. THE NEW TOOLS THAT ALLOW THE MANIPULATION OF GENETIC MATERIALS, TISSUES, AND PROTEINS WOULD PROVE TO BE EXTREMELY VALUABLE WITH THE UNIQUE CHALLENGES THAT ARE EMERGING IN 2020.
We have not included all the fantastic developments before us, such as a new type of bandage that heals bones or using DNA as a nanotechnology tool. This aim of this list is to present the developments in each area of biotechnology – and provoke your curiosity to explore further.
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In future we the scientist will control our genes and our body will be diseases free. Please see your body, you are the doctor you bodies. Nobody else. Please try to understand what your gene test can tell you.

If Darwin could see what we now see, what we now know about the ocean, about the atmosphere, about the nature of life, as we now understand it, about the importance of microbes – I think he would just beam with joy that many of the thoughts and the glimpses of the majesty of life on Earth that he had during his life, now magnified many times over.
Sylvia Earle
Our bodies are home to trillions of microbes, and these creatures define who we are.
Jessica Green
Messieurs, c’est les microbes qui auront le dernier mot.” (Gentlemen, it is the microbes who will have the last word.)
Louis Pasteur
For theories and schools, like microbes and corpuscles, devour one another and by their strife ensure the continuity of life.
Marcel Proust
We actually have 10 times as many cells of microbes on us as we have human cells… We are literally a teeming ecosystem of microorganisms.
Jonathan Eisen
Scientists have theorized that when Earth comes to its final days, the only life left on the planet would be in the form of microbes.
Brad Steiger
Arguing that God doesn’t exist would be like people in the 10th century arguing that germs and microbes didn’t exist because they couldn’t see them.
Chuck Palahniuk
There are hundreds of thousands of microbes surrounding us, but they cannot harm us unless we become weak, until the body is ready and predisposed to receive them.
Swami Vivekananda
The immune system’s goal is to protect the body against invaders either from without, such as microbes, or from within, such as cancers and different types of neoplastic transformation.
Anthony Fauci
In the womb, humans are free of microbes. Colonization begins during the journey down the birth canal, which is riddled with bacteria, some of which make their way onto the newborn’s skin.
Robin Marantz Henig
My immune system has always been overly welcoming of germs. It’s far too polite, the biological equivalent of a southern hostess inviting y’all nice microbes to stay awhile and have some artichoke dip. Votes: 0
A. J. Jacobs
The highly complex, almost mathematical, nature of music creates for it an ironclad protection against the microbes of dilletantism, which penetrate much more easily into the fields of painting, literature, and the theater. Votes: 0
Yevgeny Zamyatin
Although there exist in the world today some microbes of the soul, such as discrimination and aggression, science was and still is the core of progress for humanity and the continuity of civilization. Votes: 0
Ahmed Zewail
There may be a million microbes of misery floating about us. Never mind! They dare not approach us, they have no power to get a hold on us, until the mind is weakened. Votes: 0
Swami Vivekananda
What we need is a full field guide to the microbes that live in and on people, so that we can understand what they’re doing to our lives. We are them; they are us. Votes: 0
Jonathan Eisen
He had a mania for washing and disinfecting himself. . . . For him the only danger came from the microbes that attacked the body. He had not studied the microbe of conscience which eats into the soul. Votes: 0
Anais Nin

An asteroid could hit us at any moment. This is not – and also, the most successful kind of life on this planet is not us, it’s microbes. They’re the ones who greatly outnumber us, and may eventually destroy us.
Barbara Ehrenreich
“…The large majority of those infectious microbes that cause us so much illness and pain are ANAEROBIC…a big word that means they live and proliferate best in environments where there is LITTLE OR NO OXYGEN.”
Ed McCabe
I play with microbes. There are, of course, many rules to this play…but when you have acquired knowledge and experience it is very pleasant to break the rules and to be able to find something nobody has thought of.
Alexander Fleming
Most life on Earth is microbes. We’ve only just scratched the surface of the microbial realm. Probably less than .1% of microbes have been classified let alone cultured or had their genes sequenced, so really that microbial realm is a mystery.
Paul Davies
All it takes,” said Crake, “is the elimination of one generation. One generation of anything. Beetles, trees, microbes, scientists, speakers of French, whatever. Break the link in time between one generation and the next, and it’s game over forever.
Margaret Atwood
Fortunately, our immune system can be improved and empowered to such a point that not only can the harmful microbes be halted and the chemicals detoxified, but also a “stress defense shield” may be built up, which can even drive off the effects of daily stress.
David Wolfe
In the same way that plants will not grow on soil that lacks some substance indispensable to their growth, so microbes, these microscopic plants which cause infectious disease, are unable to grow in an organism which does not give them all the substances they need.
Elie Metchnikoff

 

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For successful investing in biotech you simply cant hae too much education.biotechnology will chage our lives in fundamental and beneficial ways. There will be new cures for diseases ,super-accuratw clinical tests and more benign ,less –invasive treatments.but drug development is a business like no other. From esearch to financing . investor models from other sectors just don’t ally.you have to understand the human body and how it workd in irder tounderstand diseases and you need tounderstand disease to realize the potential of therapeutic drugs. Here you will learn how to identify key areas o biopharmaceuticals research so that you can spot the best investment opotunities..
2ndly, investing in biotech is an educational bridge between two highly technicals worlds. The financial and the scientific . concepts and principle are explained for the lay investor, without confusing jargon. The fundamentals of biotechnology and the basics of investing in the industry are combined ,to help you increase your personal wealth.

 

 

Here in short note about Dr. S.I.Shelley,is a microbiologist and biotecnologis analyst and consultant.he is member of royal society of biology in uunited kingdom and recommended Fellowship to the royal society. He worked more than 18 years in USA and including 35 years in different countries experiences in pharmaceuticals industry. And based consulting company providing scientifiv and financial analysis and independent advice to the investment and bitechnolgy and microbiology he experirience teaching about thee biology the humanbody and the mechanics of diseases.Dr. Shelley did his Ph.D and felloeship in former USSR Academy of Sciences, institute of microbiology. Moscw.he ived for eication more than 12 ears knows very well Russian languages besides other languages .he is polyglot. And has published many articles in leading scientific journals and news papers.he continues to teach and esearch andis a scientist in different teaching institute in USA and online other countries of the world.Dr. S. I. Shelley has many acivements in his microbiologicals from different institutions of the world.
Dr. shelley suggested people cleanenes is very important in every inch of your body with :and use clean clothes use shoes and shoks where you are moving or going .try everytime new clean dresses when you are outside must be uses shoes clean pant underpant not longi not duti home dress to out side aways use double mask and wash your all hands ,face hands as per muslim wadzu and when sower frist wah your hand ,shoulder and feet etc organs and then put water on head. Remember head temperature is different then body and other organs temperature and you will ve save from heart attack .this is prophetic rules as per islams and as per science.follow the holy quranthe holy quran is a great science book.bible other holy books follow sciences but rember science and scientist follow the holy quran and Rasul SWS sunnah and the sunnah every step your life awaken from morning to going to sleep at night.avoid slepping day times.
1.Hygenic sanitary materials such as soap detols etc
2. Take every night before Sleep one spoon black seed oil.
3. Take every moring 3 full glass warm water and take I spoon coconut oil.
4. Take every noon I spoon olive oil.
5 After bath use pumkin kadur oil Massages all over body.
6.Eat vegetables and fruits ,fish and meat 3 times a months different sources such as beef, chicken mutton, or other Halal meat with different full pleasures sweet smeal spices etc
7. Eat borta kaligira make vorta different spices and agents with master oil take garlic ,onion ,ginger etc
8. Master seed vorta with master oil with different sources sweet spicess with garlic, onion, ginger etc

• .Keep flash yourself with clean warm water take shower regularly when you are in shower first clean with warm water your hands legs and shoulder and then head.
• Clean your whole body legs to head with soap and then flash your body with warm water.
• Then use shapoon and and flash your whole body with warm water.
• After take 3 liter warm water and with 20ml detols and clean your whole body during cleaning massages yourself your own body or ask help your loved one.

Note :For muslim Pray five times regularly do wadzu with warm clean water and keep fasting on Thursday every week and cleanyour body without taking anybody allow friendly microorganisams to eat your rotten remaing waste foods in your stomach when microbes are hungry they will eat your remainig foods in your stomach wall or in stomach ,if you everyday take fresh foods microbes will eat your freash foods not rotten foods and thus you are constantly depositing bad rotten foods as a results all diseases comimg to you and brings yours sufferings . Alah wants to purify you through fasting same other religious perons can fasting theire own way of religion.noperson is bad if he belive in his religions. No religion has any bad rules or bad words.. every Friday makes as edul jumma ,pray and gives donation to poor people , womens and childrens and elderly people and sick people.visit sick peoples it is great that you are taking careof sick people.

 

 

This is the research work for anyone interested in profiting from biopharmaceuticals revolution. Whether you are an individual to invest or a wealth manager responsible for million dollars account. Investing biotech helps you understand one of the most discussed but least understood sectors of the knowledge economy and explain how to invest in it profitably. If you belive in the adage invest in what you know, then this research works tells you what you need to know for successful investing in biotech.
When it comes to you and your money, you simply can’t have too much education. Think of investing in biotech as an educational bridge between two highly technical words: the financial and the scientific. Concepts and principle are explained in plain languages for the lay investor, without confusing jargon. You will learn the fundamentals of biotechnology and the basics of investing in the industry, combining those two areas of knowledge to increase your personal wealth and or that of your clients.
Commercial applicationsof biotechnology generate different kinds of products :Thease mainly include mainly

I .genetically modified foods
II.biomaterials and drug products
My research work focus almost exclusively on drug products although other applications are also significant , drug development has the broadest exposure on world markets and therefore the strongest appeal for investors.
Drug development is a business like no other. from research to financing investors models from other sectors just don’t apply . understanding is best gained from the bottom up.you have to understand a little about the human body and how it works in order to understand disease and you need to understand disease to realize the potential of therapeutic drugs and values. Here youwill learn how to identify key areas of biotech drug research , so that you can spot the best investment opportunites.
Biotech is now a multi-billion dollars industry producing windfall profits.

I Everyone is talking about human cloning.

2.The genome Project and cures for cancer and AIDS and diabetics but whose projects we have to take.investing the biotech is for anyone interested in profiting from this new, knowledge based economy .it will help you to get beyond the geneticsjargon and learn how to rate a company’s chances of developing new medications or treatments. Whether you’re an individiul with minimum to invest or a wealth responsible for million dollar accounr. Unvesting in biotech helps you understand one of the most discussed ut least understood sectors of the new economy

Biotechnology will soon change our lives in fundamental , eneficial ways. There will benew cures for diseases, super –accurate clinical tests and more benign, less invasive treatmentsv.important ethical issues also surrounded this sciences and the my ideas thease ,but at the end of the day we will be a healthier and longer –lived society because of biotech .assumimg that anyone undersyand my philosophy is interested in increasing wealth and health , why not combine the two .thanks to the biotech revolution.

 

Now I like to say something new about the ethical matter in ISLAM the messenger of Muhammad peace be upon him 1400 years ago he said there will come new king name kingdarjal.he will be super power man and vast knowledgable even he can creat a man and can give life and will com e with plenty wealth every one will be under him .he will help everybody and even he can bring death parents and people will see their paprent .under his time will be lot of mysterious things materials will be discovered.even one cow gives such a milk whole city can feed and such others foods too but he be false savior and for time being but there will come true savior and will come prophet Ishha jesus Christ peace be upon him and anyway this is time and time of biotechnology and time of information technology .information will come faster then bullets and people will visit within short time one place to another.so biotechnology will brings us healthy wealthy life but next what nobodies knows but ethical philosophy knows .i am not going to discuss thease isseue more .my work about to biotechnology.it is good .bad or ugly people will judge.

ALLAHU AKBAR: ISLAM IS THAT THINGS THE MODERN SCIENCE LOOKING FOR

THE KING DARJAL THE GREAT: BIOTECHNOLOGY AND INFORMATION TEHNOLOGY WAITING FOR HIM.IN BACJGROUND HE IS GIVING US ALL TECHNOLOGY.BECAREFUL.
KING DARJJALS ELIXIR OF LIFES:

However,my research work will help you as a reference as well as a good understand about the biotechnology. After enjoying it on first understanding keep it handy for reference when making decisions about biotech investment .although many companies are described and discussed , I make no recommendations about which specific stocks to buy. Biotechnology and the market itself are simply moving too quickly for any stock picks t press time to have the same relevance when you understand my philosophy,but after undesrtsanding investing in biotech ,you will have all the tools you need to make sounf choices for yourself.as a matter try to understand to know that do again have owned or will own shares in many companies .however , none of what in intended as a recommendations for to buy or sell shares in any of biotech company if you are interestedin investing in iotechnology equities you should consult a professional financial adviser and a scientist.
To help you understand some of the keyscientific ,medical and business need to know many organized matter. And try to earn knowledge about standard famous biotech company’ profile.this will be great help.

A is intelligent ,extremely well educated ,ambitious and indefatigable but there is one other aspect that is unusal.time is the most important commodity in our industrymore than once .investor support is crucial and cash to run the business is king but focused and efficient use of time is essential.then why time is so crucial to person personally : to recovering from a life- threatening cancer .with luck ,hopes to maintain productive schedule and continue working toward new drugs to treat human disease while delivering returns to his investors.and circumstances is bravery and williningness to continue endeavors are truly inspiring ,the business of living ,not the business of dying. And although the results of work may not arrive soon enough to help ,they will benefit countless others who come after.

Need to exemplify the skill, dedication and determination typical of those meet in the biotechnology business.in the majority of biotech’s just about everyone on the research side holds advanced knowledge. furthermore, the research in often in fields and at the productive peaks of their succession the business side, managers and executives also hold advanced degrees, most often frequently accompanied by sience.their education is supplemented by years sometimes decades of business experience, whether in other biotech’s or big pharmaceuticals companies , where they have compiled a proven track record
Many executive have come to bioteches via the recent merger and acquisition activity in the pharmaceuticals industry, which has resulted in a large pool of seasoned veterans knowledgeable about commercializing drug products, going to work for biotech.
Through personal experience , I find bioteches to be ,like more faster than light energy as Young scientist Miss Sabrina I. Shelley said.,high in integrity ad commitment , dedicated to find cures for diseases. Moreover, like her , they are winners ,ambitious and highly motivated. In a sense , biotechies are a melding of traitioallll scientificvalues andnew entreprenreneurial sprit , combining devotion to the common good with a healthy capitalist pursuit of self –interest. They set high goals and work hard to achieve them.when you invest in solid , well –run biotechs,you are backing a good horse, with exceptional talent working o maximize your return on investment.
Dr.sherajuli Shelley joined international congress in IRRI –and UNU –United Nations University Tokyo ,philiphines thiland Singapore for BNF biological Nitrogen Fixations and presented his valuable research paper : SOIL BIOTECHNOLOGY PROJECTS : Anaerobic bacteria genus Clostridium and soil fertility and same projects he was granted travelled and expenses to join conferences in soil test crop response correlations studies in Dhaka agricultural research council his valuable paper anaerobic bacteria genus clostridium and nitrogen fixation published in book : edieed by ProfessorIaaz uddin ahamed The former chairman of Dhaka university and the former president govdrnment of respublic of Bangladesh .

In 1993 DR.S.I.SHELLEY attended microbiology conference in reading university and read paper rotharmsted experimanetal station reading United Kingdom.Dr. Jakinson ,dr. timseleey and dr, milum and dr. tinker was present in that ceremony.

Anaerobic chamber to isolated anaerobic bacteria . Dr. S.I. Shelley worked in former USSR academy of sciences institute microbiology under supervision prof of dr. sciences V,T DUDA DEAPARTMENT: PHISIOLOGY SPORE FORMING BACTERIA

DR.S.I.SHELLEY SEEN HERE. HIS BIOTECHNOLOGY STOOD 2ND BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRIAL OFFICE OF GREATER MONTREAL MACGILL UNIVERSITY MONTREAL CANADA

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Globalization and commercialization’s and theorization and beautifications and glorification under the umbrella electrification is : business in biotechnology and is economic welfare of the country like united states:
What is my research work . this is not a about Dolly , the cloned sheep or Andy ,the cloned monkey or any other cloned creatures or cloned handsome president jonh f. kenney or president jeferson Clinton or president barak hussain obama or me dr. shelley..this is not about genetically modified foods or artificial limbs or microscopic surgical robots or the relationship between cell phones and brain tumers . all those topics are worthy of my research on their own.but here ,I focus solely on the medical and commdercial uses of biotechnology in the development of new drugs.you will learn what you need to know to invest wisely in the biopharmaceuticals sector ,to profit from the sector and in the process to help science develop new treatments and even cures for diseases.
This is my research work that uses incomprehensible scientific jargon.fundamentally , I am a teacher scientist trainer from young scientist , I realize that I would doom this research to failure if I began tellining you in complex detail about recombinant DNA technology , or the difference between antisense compounds and angiogenesis inhibitors. I have tried to simplify scientific and medical lamgiage and concepts to make them easier to understand..this is research that speaks in jargon aout the stock market..although I can assure wealth managers that this research is meant to be useful to them. Too, its written with the assumption that the younger’s is a relative novice it comes to investing.
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This esearch and investigation and this doctrine about biotechnology for the biotechnology industry, I try to find clue for the average out there who the rosy future of biotech and wntsto invest in it, but does not really understand how the science and business of biotech work. I wrote this program because love to talk biotech to anyone who will liten and interested. I wrote this program because family, friends students clents ,colleagues and just about every other person I know who has heard me talking about biotech have told me I should share what I know and what our professor dr. f. gaetun from Magill university when I was his stdents and under his supermen I got 2nd place achievements amoung other 7 projects done by talente youngscientist.i am proud my one was 2nd..finallythisisinformations tells you which stock to buy.that would be foolhardly .the market move much more quickly than the information technology.some times opportunity to reach and to get it wisely.otherwise it is gone and goneforever.so not today or tomorrow wait what todo and think twice it would not help you verymuch, because in times can change everythings or wherever you nee understandtime andsituations.events will have changed considerably .to be helpful over the long term ,I can only teach you what you need to know so that you can make your own wise chices whwn the time comes.
What was my biotechnology management project macgill university under the biotechnology departnmret by professor Faubert Gaetan. Dr.shelley got award achivent on biotechnology management .please see recognition dr. shelley and his teams excellency
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What was this project is about:I were ist three asic ideas I hope you wil take to heart from my projects they would be the following:
Biotechnology is not another dot.com, flash –in –the pain industry; The fundamentals are simply better. these companies are fish wit cash, their balance sheets are sterling and threes lots of room for acquisitions supporting the conviction that as it continues to mature ,the biotech sector will outperform the broader technology.biotechnolgy is an industry that produces real products for ral markets . it exploits proven new technologies and combines sound business plans with solid financial fundamentals to find new treatments and even cures for diseases .biotechnology has proven itself to be a dependable ,high growth industry.
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Investing biotechnology companies is risky
You cant time it. Its extremely volatile, but in the long run this is the place to be. Biotech isnot for everyone , especially if you are a short –term investor. If, for example . yoy are saving up to buy a home next year ,or investing money that you wil have to pay in taxes , then don’t invest in biotech , get your self into a nice safe money –market fund or federal bond issue instead .if,however , your biotech investments represent just a portion of a larger, more diversified portfolio and long term financial plan, then biotech is definitely a wise investment.whth the helps my ideas of this research you can reduce your risk, maximize your return and make money investing in biotechnology. This is my research about limiting risk and maximizing gains .your risk your gains.
How my research philosophy will work for you.
People invest to make money .history shows that, in the long run and despaired periodic corrections and terrorist attacks on Wall Street, the highest returns still come from equity stock markets. Today hundreds of billions of dollars worth of shares are traded on world markets. more than Alf the populations of the western world holds shares in publicity traded companies , either directly , or indirectly through pension funds ,mutual funds or insurance policies. This has contributed to a huge increase in the wealth of western economics and in the wealth of many individuals .have you noticed all the exotic sports cars on the road these days?
Making money in the market is said to be simple: buy low and sell high. But if it were really that simple we would be rich. There are also little things called timing and know-how. Over the long term . Markets do go up, but in the short term they breathe a little, up one day and down the next. And in some sectors –as we have seen in high technology they can inflate rapidly in value but dedlafjte alarmingly even faster. Having the know how to find good companies in hot sectors early their growth is the key to maximizing your wealth.
Biotechnology is now that hot sector. In the next 20 to 5o years .biotech companies will provide growth potential equal to , or greater than , the growth seen during the 1990 in high tech . Who woudnot want to wind back the clock to 1995 and buy. The biotech sector offers you another chance at similar gains if you know what it’s all about and if you act in time. Biotechnology will change our lives in fundamental ways by producing drugs that people need and want and it will produce earnings, sometimes massive earnings.
There are now thousands of biotech companies and thousands of drugs in development .since only about 10 percent of drugs in initial clinical trials ever make it to market . identifying them and their markers early is the key to successful biotech investing. The problem for most investors is that they dobt have a clue what biotech is , much less how to invest in it. Most investment professionals don’t understand it . either. Try asking your broker whether he or she thinks you should be looking at genomics or small –molecules companies . or whether a company with a potential diabetes treatment is abetter investment than onwe with an HIV inhibitor. Unless your broker was a researchers in molecular biology in aprevious life , you will probably be met by a long pause or a blank stare..my research is for scetific development and economic development of the country and investors , the individual investor, and for you brokers too. The work that follow will equip you with the knowledge you need to become wise biotech investors.
I famous cgill university while I was studing biotechnology 1999 -2000 biotechnology is all about drugs development .its impossible to invest wisely in biotech unless you understand the drug –development process. You must lso understand what drugs do , wehich means you have to understand a little about the diseases they ve been developed to treat, and you cant understand disease what happens when the body fails to work correctly –unless you know how the body is supposed to work normally. Therefore. The work starts with the medical fundamentals and builds on each previouys my work to provide a practical and effective strategy of investing wisely in biotechnology .please try to understand following this learning process:
MY PROFESSOR MACGILL UNIVERSITY DR.Gaetan Faubert. SAID:
this is a outstanding model of the learning process biotechnology investment and management that’s why dr. si .shelley’s and his team with other scientist stood first in montreal canada macgill university.
Biotech defined:
Describes what biotech is and discusses the different subsectors with the biotech industry.
2ndly: basic functions of the human body:
Explains how the major organ systems of the body work so that you can understand what can go wrong diseases.
3rd: diseases of the humanbody:
Describes the principal human diseases that biotech products address and rianks them with respect to research efforts and market potentials .
4th: understand the science:
Explains how the scientific method is applied in drug development so that you can evaluate the significance of results of clinical trials.
5th: the business of biotech:
Explains drug discovery, clinical trials and the commercialization of biotech products.
6th: how to pick biotech stocks:
Explains, in details, what to look for and what to look out for when buying biotech stocks.
After explainin in the next work the difference between biotechnology andpharmaceuticals companies and the reasons why I think biotech is such a promising candidates for investment .i will provide a brief history of biotech in my work .my works begins the learning process a brief history of biotech in potential effect and economic welfare., the learning process by defining exactly of the industry. Then wewill follow a progressive process that has been used in the study of medical science for many centuries .these works provide vital information about the nature of disease , some of the new biotech products being developed to treat disease and some of the companies that have developed the products.
My works discusss the drug development process in the context of the scientific methods you cant evaluate a company
S product pipeline if you don’t know whata product pipeline is. Next we will look specifically at the business of biotech how a company takes a drug product through the various stages of development and commercialization .only then armed with a good understding of both the science and usiness of biotech , can we learn what to look for and look out for when picking biotech stocks .the concusions will hazard a few predictions about the future of biotech:when I ask my teams what they want to know about biotech investing the answer is almostalways , just tellme what to buy and where to buy. This is natural but ad I say this with respect naïve response ,it indicates that they don’t know a l;ot about basic investing , much less investing in a high risk sector like biotech. Before I can tell them what to buy ,there are a few things I need to know – why they are investing how much they are investing and for how long what their risk tolerance is what assets and laibilitis they have etc, what their risk tolerance easy I woud not need to write this research work I could just say. I like biotechnology End o discussions . infact , as I write this research work for the interest of my country Bangladesh, for the inte interest of my adapted country Uninited states of America and for the interest of Canada..i have just shares of moderncivilization and the civilization of Millennium . for a whole unch of reasons , today I like that company and think that is a reasonable prices to pay . today I rockon that I hold onto those shares through what might be a further decline in price and some furthervolatility and if I am willing to tolerance the risk and uncertainity involed . at some point in the future my new millennium civilization will be worth more than they are today , by a wide enough margin that I will be able to pay the brokerage fees and ake a healthy profit onmy investment. Why new millennium civilization I could give you about reasons why and in asence that’s what this research does.an importsnt caveat I know you are reading this paper . at that point in time I will look like a smart guy or an idiot but ony briefly , I hope. One things I can predict is that m between the time I buy the shares and the time you know this .thismillennium revolutions will have both declined below the pivce I paid and risen it. What really counts is how much and how long timing is key.
In fact I would not advise anyone interested in investing in biotech to buy just one stock .today I like millennium because I think it is awell managed compsny with a good future. I like the science behind it ,it has a good product pipeline , alliance with many other companies , good cash flow , a clean balance sheet .it fits withinthe range of financial products I own and within my specific long trm financial plans. It lies development American economy and build America great agan and America will be great again to helping other poor countrues too.also, millennium portfolio , I already own shares in a dozen other biotech that trade on five different exchanges in countries , pharmaceuticals and biotech mutual funds five other mutual funds small cap, large cap balanced afggressive and global some index funds some derivatives some bonds and some cash said my millior friend in biotech.winder labs GA. Get the picture long term strategy and diversification that’s the sensible way to go about investing. And I am not just interested in millennium . today I also like other bioteches, such Human genome sciences protein design labs .i will likely at sometime in the future m buy and sell shares in all of them as wellas inther biotechs mentioned in this economic development projects ,
Do if by chance you were in the same financial boat as I then as of I would say buy some millennium projects .it would fit nicely into your pottfolio. Otherwise I am afraid if you want to invest successfully in biotech , the best advice I can give you is to understand biotechnology .then you can confidentially a go and pickyour own stocks in your good time , finding your own versions of new millennium revulations and tthere will lie Golden Bengal achievements that’s is doing government of peoples republic of Bangladesh prime minister sheikh Hasina.
I am very greatful to my professor DR. GAETAN FEUBERK , professor Biotechnolgy Mcgill University though me how to write biotechnology management studies and my project stood 2nd with my two other members.in Mcgill University, Montreal , Canada.

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An interactive website tracking COVID-19 vaccine development
Published online for The Lancet, authors describe their online, interactive vaccine tracker hosted by the Vaccine Centre (VaC) at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM; London, UK). This tracker aims to collate up-to-date information on all COVID-19 vaccine candidates from inception through to deployment, enabling policy makers, researchers, and the public to keep informed of the rapid developments.

Feelings towards COVID-19 vaccination in Africa
A survey by the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) and London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) on confidence about being vaccinated against COVID-19 in 15 African countries indicates that work on communication around vaccines is needed, reports The Lancet.

University scientists deconstruct Covid-19 vaccines and publish ‘recipe’ on open web
Stanford University scientists have determined the sequences of Pfizer and Moderna vaccines from vials set to be discarded and published the mRNA sequences on Github, the online repository for software code, reports The Guardian.

Covid: No vaccine blood clot cases in Wales, study finds
No cases of blood clots have been found in more than 440,000 people who have been vaccinated against coronavirus in Wales, a study has shown, reports The BBC.

New study finds strong immune response following COVID-19 vaccination
Study led by Sheffield and Oxford Universities finds that 99% of people have robust immune response against COVID-19 after one dose of Pfizer vaccine, reports UK Department of Health and Social Care.

The UK’s randomised coronavirus trials are a global success story
For more than a year the Randomised Evaluation of Covid-19 Therapy (Recovery) programme has used the NHS to test many Covid treatments, saving lives worldwide, reports The Guardian.

WHO adds Janssen vaccine to list of safe and effective emergency tools against COVID-19
The World Health Organization (WHO) today listed the COVID-19 vaccine Ad26.COV2.S, developed by Janssen (Johnson & Johnson), for emergency use in all countries and for COVAX roll-out.

BBC reports: ‘Covid jab probably does protect those around you’
The Covid-19 vaccine blocks pretty much all cases of serious illness, but the UK government has been much more cautious about saying whether it stops people carrying the virus and infecting others, reports the BBC.

MHRA research and analysis: Coronavirus vaccine – weekly summary of Yellow Card reporting
This report covers the period 9 December 2020 to 21 March 2021.

HOW ELSE CAN THE BIOSCIENCE COMMUNITY HELP?
COVID-19 resources from the community
An RSB webpage with links to COVID-19 initiatives and resources available from other bioscience organisations and the wider community. This page is being updated regularly and if you would like to suggest additional content

Coronavirus restrictions: what you can and cannot do
Coronavirus remains a serious threat across the country. Find out what you can and cannot do.

What’s the roadmap for lifting lockdown?
The opening of pub gardens and non-essential shops can go ahead on 12 April, the government has confirmed.

New free vaccination learning tools for schools
The new resource for schools produced by The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine’s (LSHTM) Vaccine Confidence Project and the Stephen Hawking Foundation aims to tackle misinformation and conspiracy theories around vaccines, and educate children about immunisation programmes.
Has Covid-19 changed researcher behaviour?
An opinion piece for Wellcome explores researcher behaviour during the pandemic by asking if the research community has done enough to share their data openly and transparently? And will these commitments lead to a collaborative and transparent research culture?

Rules for PhD funding relaxed for those affected by the pandemic
UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) has confirmed further action to support doctoral students affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The WHO is fighting misinformation about Coronavirus using shareable content
Viral Facts Africa is a World Health Organisation-led initiative that aims to debunk rumours in Africa surrounding the covid pandemic and fill the information gaps where misinformation may thrive. You can get video and graphics with facts about the pandemic on your phone and elsewhere, reports The BBC.

Invitation from the Valuing Nature Network to participate in a study on the impacts of COVID-19 on human wellbeing and interactions with coastal nature
If you live in or near coastal areas Valuing Nature Network invites you to participate in a research study exploring the impacts of COVID-19 on people’s wellbeing and interactions with coastal nature, by completing an anonymous survey and forwarding it to others living in or near coastal areas.

Contact RSB to discuss bioscience community issues or actions via policy@rsb.org.uk

POSITIVE COMMUNITY NEWS IS VERY IMPORTANT
Vaccines are making some long Covid sufferers feel better
After months of recurring symptoms, some long Covid patients are reporting that their symptoms ease after getting a jab, reports Wired.

Innovation will boost south-west England’s post-COVID economy
The south-west’s pioneering businesses are crucial to helping the area, and the whole country, to recover from the economic impact of COVID-19, reports UKRI.

OTHER REGULARLY UPDATED INFORMATION SOURCES
Additional COVID-19 resources
An RSB webpage collating other regularly updated resources on COVID-19.

[WHO] Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Situation Dashboard
WHO COVID-19 situation dashboard.

Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases by Johns Hopkins CSSE
COVID-19 case dashboard.

Global.health open repository and visualisation platform
An international database tracking anonymised information about individual COVID-19 cases.

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Nursing Times survey reveals state of nurses’ mental health one year into pandemic
Almost two-thirds of nurses feel their mental health has deteriorated since the initial peak of the pandemic last spring and that national wellbeing support is still not good enough, reveals a survey by Nursing Times.

COVID-19: Social prescriptions for health and wellbeing to play key role in post-coronavirus recovery
Social prescriptions, also known as community referrals, will play a key role in the recovery post-COVID-19, reports Sky News.

The pandemic has been tough on young people – which is why summer break is so important for their mental health
Writing for the Conversation, Siobhan O’Neill, Professor of Mental Health Sciences, Ulster University explores the importance of giving children and young people time away from school, time to be active and creative and why this important for their mental health.

ELEVEN DEEDS FOR DIFFICULT TIMES: A PLAN FOR MYSELF AND THE WORLD IN SEARCH OF PEACE PROGRESS AND PROSPERITY AND HEALTHY AGAIN.
I wish you peace, safety, and well-being.
The world has not seen in 100 years a health pandemic like the one we see. It shows how helpless human beings can be. We should take all the health and hygienerelated precautions that health experts have prescribed. Then we turn to the One Who is the source of all Might and Power. To the extent you can, please act on the following deeds, andconvey to others:
1. The near meaning of a Quranic verse is: In difficulty adopt patience and prayers.
2. Another Quranic verse says (near meaning): When you face difficulty, say “Inna lillahi wa inna ilaihi rajeun”.
3. A tasbih for present times: Recite Sura Fatiha 3 times, Sura Ikhlas 3 times, and “Hasbun Allahu wa niamal Wakil” 313 times (the near meaning is: Allah is sufficient for us). Recite as and when you can.
4. Doa from Rasulullah (SM) for protection for the whole day and night: Bismilahi-ladhi la yadurru ma’as-mihi shai’un fil-ardhi wa la fis-sama’i, wa huwas-sami’ul-‘alim — 3 times every morning and evening (Tirmizi, Abu Daud, Ahmed).
5. Rasulullah (SM) said whomsoever lands in a place and he says once, no harm will take place until he leaves: Auzubi-kalimati llahi-taammati min sharri ma khalaq (Muslim, Tirmizi, Nisai).
6. Rasulullah (SM)’s prescribed doa for protection from various diseases: “Allahmumma inni auzubika minal barasi wal junooni wal juzami wa min sayea-al asqam” (near meaning: Ya Allah keep all the evil diseases away from us). Recite few times every morning and evening. (Abu Daud, Ahmed).
7. Recite Sura Fatiha 41 times every day. Sura Fatiha is also called Sura-e-Shifa (Sura of deliverance from illness).
8. Astaghfar: Seeking forgiveness from Allah cools His wrath, protects us from distress and anxiety, and provides for us from sources we could not imagine. It is narrated Rasulullah (SM) used to seek forgiveness 70 times a day. Simply reciting “Astaghfirullah” is fine — or recite any other Astaghfar. Recite as much as you can every day. Fix the number and be consistent.
9. Sadaqa: Making sadaqa (charity) cools the wrath of the Almighty.
10. Reliance on the Almighty: If we can rely on Him like a baby relies in the lap of a mother, He will not allow a calamity to befall us.
A beduin told Rasulullah (SM): I want to be the strongest person in the world. Rasulullah (SM) replied: Put your trust on Allah; you will be the strongest person in the world (Ahmed).
11. Follow directives of health experts stringently.
We pray for each other. When a person prays for others, Angels pray for the person: May your prayers for others be accepted for you first.
Through precaution, good deeds, and doa we can be means of bringing better days. May the Almighty bless us, guide us, and protect us all – in Bangladesh and around the world.

Author: Dr.Sherajuli Shelley Assistant Manager) D. MRSB. Candidate: Fellow of Royal Society Biology of the United Kingdom. Bactolac Pharmaceutical Accuon Labs Inc , NY. USA winder labs Winder labs.
email: drsishelley1@gmail.com

 

 

 

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