Hi, I am Abd El-Raheem Ramadan El-Shanshoury, My LiveDNA is 20.827
Dr. Abd El-Raheem Ramadan El-Shanshoury
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Microbiology from Tanta University, Egypt
Institute: Tanta University, Egypt
Area of Interest: Molecular Sciences
  •   Microbiology
  •   Enzymology
  •   Metabolism
  •   Immunology
URL: http://livedna.org/20.827
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Abou-Zeid, A.M., E. Elwy and A.R. El-Shanshoury, 1995. Partial purification and initial studies of prephenate aminotransferase from an Amycolatopsis methanolica mutant. Microbios, 81: 213-221.
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2:   Agwa, H., A.R. El-Shanshoury, M. Aly and R. Bonaly, 2000. Isolation and characterization of two Streptomyces species produce antifungal agents. J. Union Arab. Biol. Cairo, 9: 283-303.
3:   Aly, M.M., S.M. El-Sabagh and A.R. El-Shanshoury, 2006. Herbicidial substance from Streptomyces lavendulae with antibiotic, insecticidal and mitogenic activities. Egypt. J. Biotechnol., 12: 1-21.
4:   El-Abyad, M.S., M.A. El-Sayed, A.R. El-Shanshoury and N.H. El-Batanony, 1996. Effect of culture conditions on the antimicrobial activities of UV-mutants of Streptomyces corchorusii and S. spiroverticillatus against bean and banana wilt pathogens. Microbiol. Res., 151: 201-211.
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5:   El-Abyad, M.S., M.A. El-Sayed, A.R. El-Shanshoury and S.M. El-Sabagh, 1996. Antimicrobial activities of Streptomyces pulcher, S. canescens and S. citreofluorescens against fungal and bacterial pathogens of tomato in vitro. Folia Microbiol., 41: 321-328.
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6:   El-Raheem, A., R. El-Shanshoury, S.M. El-Sououd, O.A. Awadalla and N.B. El-Bandy, 1995. Formation of tomatine in tomato plants infected with Streptomyces species and treated with herbicides, correlated with reduction of Pseudomonas solanacearum and Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici. Acta Microbiol. Pol., 44: 255-266.
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7:   El-Shanshoury, A.R., 1995. Effect of two insecticides dicofol and dimethoate on the growth of Streptomyces atroolivaceus, a rhizosphere strain promoting plant growth. Acta Microbiol. Polon., 44: 135-148.
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8:   El-Shanshoury, A.R., 1995. Interactions of Azotobacter chroococcum, Azospirillum brasilense and Streptomyces mutabilis, in relation to their effect on wheat development. J. Agron. Crop Sci., 175: 119-127.
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9:   El-Shanshoury, A.R., H.E. Agwa, M.S. Osman and Y.H. Halmouch, 2000. Antifungal activities of Streptomyces anulatus, S. chromofuscus, S. albaduncus and Trichoderma viride against Cercospora betticola and Alternaria alternata. Bull. Fac. Sci., Assuit Univ., 29: 325-343.
10:   El-Shanshoury, A.R., S.A. El-Sayed, A.G. Mahmoud and D.M. Khalefa, 2006. Biological control of root–knot nematode Meloidogyne incognita on faba been by selected predatory and parasitic fungi. Int. J. Sci. Res., 15: 81-90.
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11:   El-Shanshoury, A.R., S.M.A. El-Sououd, O.A. Awadalla and N.B. El-Bandy, 1996. Effects of Streptomyces corchorusii, Streptomyces mutabilis, pendimethalin, and metribuzin on the control of bacterial and Fusarium wilt of tomato. Can. J. Bot., 74: 1016-1022.
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12:   El-Shanshoury, A.R., Y.A. Mohamed and A. Abou Zeid, 1997. Growth aspects of selected Azotobacter and Streptomyces species in response to herbicide terbutryn. Acta Mcrobiol. Polon., 46: 285-295.
13:   El-Shouny, W., A.R. El-Shanshoury and N. Allam, 1999. Production of polysaccharides by Streptomyces species and its effect on the immune response of mice infected with Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference Union of Arab Biologists, November 8-11, 1999, Cairo, Egypt J. Union Arab Biol., pp: 223-238.
14:   El-Shouny, W., A.R. El-Shanshoury and N.B. Allan, 2006. Antioxidative defense in tomato leaves induced by Pseudemonas syringae PV. tomato 478, Pseudemonas solancearum RSW2, salicylic acid, H2O2 and wounding. New Egypt. J. Microbiol., 14: 184-201.
15:   El-Shouny, W., A.R. El-Shanshoury, M.A. El-Sayed and K. Wydra, 1997. Exopolysaccharides Produced by Pseudomonas Syrengae Pathovars. In: Developments in Plant Pathology, Rudolph Burr, K., T.J. Manfield, J.W. Stead, D. Vivan and A. Von Kietzell (Eds.). Kluwer Academic Puplishers, Dorddrecht, Boston, London, pp: 282-286.
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16:   El-Shouny, W., A.R. El-Shanshoury, O.Y. Mady and N. Allam, 2000. Purification and rheological properties of an extracellular polysaccharide synthesized by Streptomyces viridochromogenes. Egypt. J. Biotechnol., 8: 165-178.
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17:   El-Shouny, W., M. El-Sayed, A. El-Shanshoury and N. Allam, 1999. Factors influencing the exopolysaccharid formation by isolates of Nocardia species. Az. J. Microbiol., 46: 182-195.
18:   Kenawy, E., F.I. Abdel-Hay, A.R. El-Shanshoury and M.H. El-Newhy, 1998. Biologically active polymers: Synthesis and antimicrobial activity of modified glycidyl methacrylate polymers having a quaternary ammonium and phosphonium groups. J. Contr. Release, 50: 145-152.
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19:   Kenawy, E., F.I. Abdel-Hay, A.R. El-Shanshoury and M.H. El-Newhy, 2002. Biologically active polymers. V. Synthesis and antimicrobial activity of modified poly(glycidyl methacrylate-co-2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) derivatives with quaternary ammonium and phosphonium salts. J. Polym. Sci. Part A Polym. Chem., 40: 2384-2393.
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20:   Kenawy, E., F.I. Abdel-Hay, A.R. El-Shanshoury and M.H. El-Newhy, 2006. Biologically active polymers. IV. Synthesis and antimicrobial activity of tartaric acid polyamides. J. Applied Polym. Sci., 102: 4780-4790.
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21:   Kenawy, E.R., A.E.R.R. El-Shanshoury, N.O. Shaker and B.M. El-Sadek et al., 2011. Biocidal polymers: Synthesis, antimicrobial activity, and possible toxicity of poly (hydroxystyrene-co-methylmethacrylate) derivatives. J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 120: 2734-2742.
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22:   Osman, M.S., H.E. Agwa, A.R. El-Shanshoury and Y.H. Halmouch, 2001. Biocontrol of sugar beet leaf spot disease by Streptomyces anulatus, S. chromofuscus, S. albaduncus and Trichoderma viride and their influence on the plant sugar content. Az. J. Microbiol., 51: 109-128.