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Name: Associate Professor Dr. / Maha Mohammed Ismail Omran
Department: Microbiology and Immunology  
Email: maha.ismail@pharma.cu.edu.eg  
Room: بجوار 408
C.V.: C.V. File
Scholar: https://scholar.cu.edu.eg/?q=mahaomran
Website: ​http://scholar.cu.edu.eg/?q=mahaomran/
Latest List of Publications A.M. Sedeek, M.M Ismail, T.R. Elsayed, M.A. Ramadan. Recent methods for discovering novel bioactive metabolites, specifically antimicrobial agents, from marine‐associated microorganisms. Letters in Applied Microbiology. In press.

A.M. Sedeek, M.M Ismail, T.R. Elsayed, M.A. Ramadan. Evaluation of the Marine Bacterial Population in the Great Bitter Lake, Egypt, as a Source of Antimicrobial Secondary Metabolites. Fermentation 8 (7), 309.

Zhang, L.; Ismail, M.M.; Rocchetti, G.; Fayek, N.M.; Lucini, L.; Saber, F.R. The Untargeted Phytochemical Profile of Three Meliaceae Species Related to In Vitro Cytotoxicity and Anti-Virulence Activity against MRSA Isolates. Molecules 2022, 27, 435.

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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