Mr. Layth Jasim Mohammed Al-Lilo
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Mr. Layth Jasim Mohammed Al-Lilo

Researcher (Biosoldier)
Department of Biotechnology, Faculty of Advanced Science and Technology, Islamic University of Najaf, Najaf, Iraq

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Drug Delivery from Razi University, Iran

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My interest is in the field of pharmacology, nanotoxicology, nanofood, nanofeed
biology, nanobiotechnology, and computational biology. I am familiar with various
topics such as the structure of biomacromolecules, structure-function relationships
in proteins, proteins allergenicity, drug delivery, protein production, engineering,
biophysical and biochemical methods (UV-Vis and electrophoreses)

Area of Interest:

Antimicrobial Agents
Computational Biology

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Al–Imara, E.A., Jassim, A.A.R., L.J. Mohammed, S.M. Al-Shatty and L. Abdulazeem, 2022. Secondary metabolites of marine-derived Bacillus spizizenii against the enteric redmouth disease in common carp, Cyprinus carpio. Int. J. Aquat. Biol., 10: 102-110.
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  2. Taheri-Kafrani, A., H. Shirzadfar, A.A. Kajani, B.K. Kudhair, L.J. Mohammed, S. Mohammadi and F. Lotfi, 2021. Functionalized graphene oxide/Fe3O4 nanocomposite: A biocompatible and robust nanocarrier for targeted delivery and release of anticancer agents. J. Biotechnol., 331: 26-36.
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  3. Mohammed, L.J., K. Chehri, I. Karimi and N. Karimi, 2021. Computational insight into the protective mechanism of Allium Iranicum Wendelbo. alliaceae in a mouse model of staphylococcosis: focus on dietary phytocannabinoid trans-caryophyllene. In Silico Pharmacol., 10.1007/s40203-021-00078-x.
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  4. Moazzam, P., Y. Boroumand, P. Rabiei, S.S. Baghbaderani and P. Mokarian et al., 2021. Lithium bioleaching: An emerging approach for the recovery of Li from spent lithium ion batteries. Chemosphere, Vol. 277. 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2021.130196.
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  5. Abdulhussein, J.M., I. Karimi, L.J. Mohammed and K. Khan, 2021. The phytobiotic potential of hydro-alcoholic extract of Allium porrum against Bacillus cereus: A computational sight into PlcR protein as a putative target. Biocatal. Agric. Biotechnol., Vol. 35. 10.1016/j.bcab.2021.102062.
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  6. Moradi, M., I. Karimi, S. Ahmadi and L.J. Mohammed, 2020. The necessity of antioxidant inclusion in caprine and ovine semen extenders: A systematic review complemented with computational insight. Reprod. Domest. Anim., 55: 1027-1043.
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