Mr. Md.   Jakaria
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Mr. Md. Jakaria

International Islamic University Chittagong, Bangladesh

Highest Degree
M.Pharm in Pharmacy from Southern University Bangladesh, Bangladesh

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Area of Interest:

Pharmacology and Toxicology

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Tareq. S.M., M. Ibrahim, S. Shahadat, M.U. Chowdhury and M.M. Jakaria, 2017. Comparative Anti-dirrhoeal and antimicrobial activities of methanol extract of Leea indica (Burm. f.) merr. And Leea macrophylla roxb. ex. hornem (Fam.Vitaceae) and four bangladeshi market preparations. Pharm. Chem., 9: 27-34.
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  2. Jakaria, M., M. Islam, M.S. Islam, M.B. Talukder, C.D. Clinton and M. Ibrahim, 2017. Thrombolysis potential of methanol extracts from the five medicinal plants leaf. Bangladesh. Pharmacol., 8: 78-82.
  3. Jakaria, M., C.D. Clinton, M. Islam, M.B. Talukder, M.S. Islam, S.M. Tareq and S.B. Uddin, 2017. In vivo sedative and hypnotic activities of methanol extract from the leaves of jacquemontia paniculata (Burm. f.) hallier f. in swiss albino mice. J. Basic Clin. Physiol. Pharmacol., 28: 115-121.
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  4. Jakaria, M., A. Hasant, M.I. Tarek, M.Z. Islam, R. Zaman, M. Parvez and M.H. Ali, 2017. Evaluation of self medication among students from different universities in chittagong, bangladesh. J. Med., 18: 15-20.
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  5. Hossain, M.T., J. Hossain and M. Jakaria, 2017. Antioxidant potential and cytotoxicity of randia dumetorum lam. leaf extract. J. Pharm. Phytothe., 9: 138-145.
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  6. Zaman, R., M. parvez, M.D. Jakaria, M.S.A. Sheikh and A. hoque, 2016. Phytochemical screening, in vitro cytotoxic and antimicrobial activity of methanolic extract of leaves of ficus sagittata vahl. Innovare j. Life sci., 4: 12-15.
  7. Zaman, R., M. Parvez, M. Jakaria, M. Islam, M.S. Ali and M.A. Hossain, 2016. In vitro antibacterial and antioxidant activities of alcoholic extract from the leaves of podocarpus neriifolius d. don. Afr. J. Pharm. Pharmacol., 10: 791-795.
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  8. Jakaria, M., M.S. Islam, C.D. Clinton, M. Islam and M.B. Talukder et al., 2016. Attitude and practices of vaccination among the university students: A cross sectional study conducted in the chittagong city of Bangladesh. Middle East J. Sci. Res., 24: 2191-2195.
  9. Jakaria, M., M.B. Talukder, M.S. Islam, M. Islam, C.D. Clinton, M.H. Ali and S.H. Uddin, 2016. Behavioral and pharmacological effects of benzodiazepines in physiologically active mice: A comparative study among the different generic forms of benzodiazepines. Global Vet., 17: 95-98.
  10. Jakaria, M., A.Y. Mousa, M. Parvez, R. Zaman, Arifujjaman, M.A. Sayeed and M.H. Ali, 2016. In vitro comparative study of different brands of dexamethasone tablet available in Bangladesh. Int. J. Pharm. Q. Assur., 7: 24-28.
  11. Jakaria, M,D., S.M. Tareq, M. Ibrahim and S. Bokhtearuddin, 2016. Rauvolfia tetraphylla L. (Apocynaceae): A pharmacognostical, phytochemical and pharmacological review. J. Chem. Pharm. Res., 8: 114-120.
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  12. Zaman, R., M. Parvez, M.D. Jakaria and M.A. Sayeed, 2015. Study of ABO and Rh-D blood group among the common people of Chittagong city corporation area of Bangladesh. J. Public Health Epidemiol., 7: 305-310.
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  13. Zaman, R., M. Parvez, M. Jakaria, M.A. Sayeed and M. Islam, 2015. In vitro clot lysis activity of different extracts of Mangifera sylvatica roxb. Leaves. Res. J. Med. Plant, 9: 135-140.
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  14. Zaman, R., M. Parvez, M. Jakaria and M.A. Sayeed, 2015. In-vitro cytotoxic and thrombolytic potential of methanolic extract of Podocarpus neriifolius D. Don leaves. Int. J. Pharm. Sci. Res., 6: 273-277.
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  15. Sayeed, M.A., N. Iqbal, M.S. Ali, M.M. Rahman, M.R. Islam and M. Jakaria, 2015. A study on antibiotic practices in chittagong city of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Pharm. J., 18: 174-178.
  16. Jakaria, M., R. Zaman, M. Parvez, M. Islam, M.A. Haque, M.A. Sayeed and M.H. Ali, 2015. Comparative study among the different formulation of antacid tablets by using acid-base neutralization reaction. Global J. Pharmacol., 9: 278-281.
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  17. Jakaria, M., M.I. Tarek, A. Hasanat, A.T.M.M. Kamal, M.A. Sayeed and M.H. Ali, 2015. Banned drugs still available in bangladesh after the declaration of the regulatory authority: A cross sectional study conducted in chittagong city. Int. J. Public Health Res., 3: 83-87.
  18. Jakaria, M., M.H. Ali, M.A. Haque, M.A. Sayeed and S. Ahmed, 2015. In vitro comparative forced degradation study of different brands and active form of montelukast sodium using uv spectrophotometer. Asian J. Pharm. Ana., 5: 26-30.
  19. Jakaria, M., M.A. Sayeed, M.A. Haque and M.Z. Islam, 2015. In-vitro comparativedifferent brands of flunarizine dihydrochloride tablet using UV Spectrophotometer. Int. J. Pharm. Chem., 5: 66-70.
  20. Jakaria, M., M. Parvez, R. Zaman, Arifujjaman, M.I. Hasan, M.A. Sayeed and M.H. Ali, 2015. Investigations of analgesic activity of the methanol extract of Haldina cordifolia (Roxb.) bark by using in vivo animal model studies. Res. J. Bot., 10: 98-103.
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  21. Jakaria, M., M. Hasan, M.S. Hossain, A. Hasanat and M.A. Sayeed, 2015. A cross sectional survey on health and nutritional status among the people of Chittagong city corporation, Bangladesh. Prog. Health Sci., 5: 114-119.
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  22. Jakaria, M., A. Hasanat, M. Adnan, M.N.U. Chy and A.Y. Mousa, 2015. Comparative degradation study of different brands of Rabeprazole tablet using UV-spectrophotometer. Am. J. Chem. Appl., 2: 32-35.
  23. Jakaria, M., A. Hasanat and M.I. Tarek, 2015. In vitro comparative degradation study of different brands of domperidone using UV spectrophotometer. Br. J. Res., 2: 042-047.
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  24. Hasanat, A., M. Jakaria, M.I. Tarek, T.A. Chowdhury and M.S. Ali, 2015. Bioassay of brine shrimp lethality and thrombolytic activity of methanolic extract of Macaranga denticulata leaves. J. Pharm. Phytochemistry, 3: 43-46.