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Name: Lecturer Dr. / Maha Mohammed Ismail Omran
Department: Microbiology and Immunology  
Room: بجوار 408
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Latest List of Publications Exploring the Antivirulence Activity of Pulverulentone A, a Phloroglucinol-Derivative from Callistemon citrinus Leaf Extract, against Multi-Drug Resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa. 2021. MM Ismail, M Hassan, SS Moawad, MM Okba, RM Ashour, NM Fayek, Fatema R Saber. Antibiotics 10 (8), 907

Biomass productivity of Nannochloropsis sp. grown in desalination brine culture medium. 2021. HS Amira ElBarmelgy, Maha M. Ismail. DESALINATION AND WATER TREATMENT 216, 306-314.

Dual Benefits of Microalgae in Bioremediation Pollutant Removal and Biomass Valorization, a Review. 2021. MM Ismail. Biodegradation, Pollutants and Bioremediation Principles, 19.

Pimenta Oil as A potential treatment for Acinetobacter Baumannii wound infection: In vitro and in vivo bioassays in relation to its chemical composition. 2020. MM Ismail, R Samir, FR Saber, SR Ahmed, MA Farag. Antibiotics 9 (10), 679.

Isolation and characterization of a lytic Acinetobacter baumannii bacteriophage from waste water in egypt. 2018.
R Samir, M Ismail, M ElRakaiby. 2018. Egyptian journal of biotechnology.

Optimization of β-cyclodextrin consolidated micellar dispersion for promoting the transcorneal permeation of a practically insoluble drug. 2018. SS. IE. MM Ismail. International Journal of Pharmaceutics 549 (1-2), 249-260.

Biological Testing and Toxicity Bioassays in Biodegradation: Toward Better Process Control. 2018. MM Ismail, M Hassan, TM Essam. Methods in Pharmacology and Toxicology., 185-205.

Remediation of a mixture of analgesics in a stirred-tank photobioreactor using microalgal-bacterial consortium coupled with attempt to valorise the harvested biomass.2017. MM Ismail, TM Essam, YM Ragab, AEB El-Sayed, FE Mourad
Bioresource technology 232, 364-371, 19.

Biodegradation of ketoprofen using a microalgal–bacterial consortium. 2016. MM Ismail, TM Essam, YM Ragab, FE Mourad. Biotechnology letters. 38 (9), 1493-1502.

Screening for the antimicrobial activities of alcoholic and aqueous extracts of some common spices in Egypt. 2012.
MM Ismail, TM Essam, AF Mohamed, FE Mourad. Int J Microbiol Res 3 (3), 200-207.

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