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Name: Lecturer Dr. / Nesrin Mohamed Ahmed Fayek
Department: Pharmacognosy  
Email: nesrin.fayek@pharma.cu.edu.eg  
C.V.: C.V. File
Scholar: https://scholar.google.com.eg/citations?user=EWWwLnwAAAAJ&hl=en
Website: https://scholar.cu.edu.eg/?q=nesrin-fayek/publications
Latest List of Publications Title Year

1. Chemical and biological study of Manilkara zapota (L.) Van Royen leaves (Sapotaceae) cultivated in Egypt
NM Fayek, ARA Monem, MY Mossa, MR Meselhy, AH Shazly
Pharmacognosy research 4 (2), 85 2012
2. New triterpenoid acyl derivatives and biological study of Manilkara zapota (L.) Van Royen fruits
NM Fayek, ARA Monem, MY Mossa, MR Meselhy
Pharmacognosy research 5 (2), 55 2013
3. Antimicrobial and Antiradical Potential of Four Agro-waste Citrus Peels Cultivars
SM Abd-Elwahab, ND El-Tanbouly, MY Moussa, AR Abdel-Monem, ...
Journal of Essential Oil Bearing Plants 19 (8), 1932-1942 2016
4. Comparative study of the hypocholesterolemic, antidiabetic effects of four agro-waste Citrus peels cultivars and their HPLC standardization
NM Fayek, AH El-Shazly, AR Abdel-Monem, MY Moussa, ...
Revista Brasileira de Farmacognosia 27 (4), 488-494 2017
5. Volatile profiling in Rhus coriaria fruit (sumac) from three different geographical origins and upon roasting as analyzed via solid-phase microextraction
MA Farag, NM Fayek, IA Reidah
PeerJ 6, e5121 2018
6. Comparative Metabolite Profiling of Four Citrus Peel Cultivars via Ultra-Performance Liquid Chromatography Coupled with Quadrupole-Time-of-Flight-Mass Spectrometry and …
NM Fayek, MA Farag, AR Abdel Monem, MY Moussa, SM Abd-Elwahab, ...
Journal of chromatographic science 2019
7. How do biocatalysis and biotransformation affect Citrus dietary flavonoids chemistry and bioactivity? A review
ZTA Shakour, NM Fayek, MA Farag
Critical Reviews in Biotechnology 40 (5), 689-714 2020
8. Colocasia esculenta L. schott corm mucilage: A selective COX-2 inhibitor for treatment of irritable bowel syndrome
NM Fayek, SM Mouneir, ARA Monem, SM Abdelwahab, ND Eltanbouly
Pharmacognosy Magazine 17 (74), 387 2021
9. Metabolome classification via GC/MS and UHPLC/MS of olive fruit varieties grown in Egypt reveal pickling process impact on their composition
NM Fayek, MA Farag, FR Saber
Food Chemistry, Volume 339, 1 March 2021, 127861
10. UPLC-MS metabolome-based seed classification of 16 Vicia species: a prospect
for phyto-equivalency and chemotaxonomy of different accessions
Nesrin M. Fayek, Reham Hassan Mekky, Clarice Noleto Dias, Matthias Kropf, Andreas G. Heiss, Ludger A. Wessjohann, Mohamed A. Farag
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2021 Apr 20.
doi: 10.1021/acs.jafc.0c06054 2021
11. Exploring the Antivirulence Activity of Pulverulentone A, a Phloroglucinol-Derivative from Callistemon citrinus Leaf Extract, against Multi-Drug Resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Maha M. Ismail, Mariam Hassan, Sawsan S. Moawad, Mona M. Okba, Rehab M. Ashour, Nesrin M. Fayek and Fatema R. Saber
Antibiotics 2021, 10(8), 907; https://doi.org/10.3390/antibiotics10080907 (registering DOI) 2021
12. A multifunctional study of naturally occurring pyrazines in biological systems; formation mechanisms, metabolism, food applications and functional properties
Nesrin M. Fayek, Jianbo Xiao & Mohamed A. Farag
Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 2021, 1-17. https://doi.org/10.1080/10408398.2021.2017260 2021
13. Citrus reticulata Blanco (the common mandarin) fruit: An updated review of its bioactive, extraction types, food quality, therapeutic merits, and bio-waste valorization practices to maximize its economic value
Mohamed Shorbagi, Nesrin M. Fayek, Ping Shao, Mohamed A. Farag
Food Bioscience, Volume 47, June 2022, 101699
14. The Untargeted Phytochemical Profile of Three Meliaceae Species Related to In Vitro Cytotoxicity and Anti-Virulence Activity against MRSA Isolates
L Zhang, MM Ismail, G Rocchetti, NM Fayek, L Lucini, FR Saber
Molecules 27 (2), 435 2022
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