Dr. Minar  Mahmoud Mohamed Hassanein
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Dr. Minar Mahmoud Mohamed Hassanein

Professor
National Research Centre, Egypt


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Fats and Oils from National Research Center, Giza, Egypt

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Biography

Dr. Minar Mahmoud Mohamed Hassanein is currently working as Professor at National Research Centre, Food Industries and Nutrition. She has completed her Ph.D. in Fats and Oils from same Institute. Her main area of interest focuses on Fats, Oils & their Derivatives. Her area of expertise includes Oil Seeds, Natural Antioxidants, Phytochemical Components, Non Conventional Oils, Oils from by-products (wastes), Rosted & Unroasted Seeds, Frying, Minor components in Vegetable Oils, Phytonutrient Components, Vegetable Oils, Edible Oils, Omega-3, Stability of Edible Oils, and Oxidative Stability of Oils. She has 24 publications in journals as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Food Science Technology
100%
Fats
62%
Oil Seeds
90%
Natural Antioxidants
75%
Phytochemical Components
55%

Research Publications in Numbers

Books
0
Chapters
0
Articles
0
Abstracts
0

Selected Publications

  1. Naeem M.A., H.A. Zahran and M.M.M. Hassanein, 2019. Evaluation of green extraction methods on the chemical and nutritional aspects of roselle seed (hibiscus sabdariffa l.) oil. OCL 26: 33-33.
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  2. Rudzińska, M., M.M. Hassanein, A.G. Abdel‐Razek, D. Kmiecik, A. Siger and K. Ratusz, 2018. Influence of composition on degradation during repeated deep‐fat frying of binary and ternary blends of palm, sunflower and soybean oils with health‐optimised saturated‐to‐unsaturated fatty acid ratios. Int. J. Food Sci. Technol., 53: 1021-1029.
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  3. El-Mallah, M.H., M.M.M. Hassanein, H. Areif and E.F. Al-Amrousi, 2015. Utilization of Egyptian tomato waste as potential source of natural antioxidants using solvents, microwave and ultrasound extraction methods. Am. J. Food Technol., 10: 14-25.
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  4. Hassanien, M.M.M., A.G. Abdel-Razek, M. Rudzinska, A. Siger, K. Ratusz and R. Przybylski, 2014. Phytochemical contents and oxidative stability of oils from non-traditional sources. Eur. J. Lipid Sci.Technol., 116: 1563-1571.
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  5. Taha, F.S., S.M. Wagdy, M.M.M. Hassanien and S.F Hamed, 2012. Evaluation of the biological activity of sunflower hull extracts. Grasas Aceites, 63: 184-192.
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  6. Hassanien, M.M.M. and A.G. Abdel-Razek, 2012. Improving the stability of edible oils by blending with roasted sesame seed oil as a source of natural antioxidants. J. Applied Sci. Res., 8: 4073-4083.
  7. Hassanein, M.M.M., S.M. El-Shami and F.S. Taha, 2011. Evaluation of peanut hulls as an alternative to bleaching clays. Grasas y Aceites, 62: 299-307.
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  8. El-Shami, S.M., M.H. El-Mallah, M.M.M. Hassanein and A.G. Abdel-Razek, 2011. polynutrients and fatty acid patterns of wheat germ oil extracted by n-hexane and chloroform/methanol. J. Applied Sci. Res., 7: 1840-1846.
  9. El-Mallah, M.H., S.M. El-Shami, M.M.M. Hassanien and A.G. Abdel-Razek, 2011. Effect of chemical refining steps on the minor and major components of cottonseed oil. Agric. Biol. J. N. Am., 2: 341-349.
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  10. Abdel-Razek, A.G., S.M. El-Shami, M.H. El-Mallah and M.M.M. Hassanien, 2011. Blending of virgin olive oil with less stable edible oils to strengthen their antioxidative potencies. Aust. J. Basic Applied Sci., 5: 312-318.
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  11. Yousef, A.R.M. and M.M.M. Hassanien 2010. Influence of different harvest dates and ripening period on fruit quality and oil characteristics of fuerte avocado. Agric. Biol. J. North Am., 1: 1223-1230.
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  12. Hassanien, M.M.M., O.S. EL Kinawy and A.G. Abedl-Razek 2010. Effect of natural α- tocopherol, β- carotene and their mixtures on accelerated oxidative stability of stripped sunflower oil. J. Agric. Chem. Biotechnol., 1: 105-122.
  13. Hassanien, M.M.M., 2010. Blending of roasted and unroasted sesame oils with sunflower and olive oils for improving their antioxidation potency. J. Agric. Chem. Biotechnol., 1: 5-12.
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  14. Hassanien, M.M.M. and A.G. Abdel-Razek, 2009. Chromatographic quntitation of some bioactive minor components in oils of wheat germ and grape seeds produced as by-products. J. Oleo Sci., 58: 227-233.
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  15. Taha, F.S. and M.M.M. Hassanien, 2007. Pretreatment of cottonseed flakes with proteases and an amylase for higher yields. Grasas Aceites, 58: 297-306.
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  16. El-Mallah, M.H., S.M. El-Shami and M.M.M. Hassanien, 2006. HPLC evaluation of some minor lipid components of some by-products resulting from edible oil processing. Grasas Aceites, 57: 387-393.
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  17. Hassanein, M.M., S.M. El-Shami and M.H. El-Mallah, 2003. Changes occurring in vegetable oils composition due to microwave heating. Grasas Aceites, 54: 343-349.
  18. El-Mallah, M.H., S.M. El-Shami and M.M.M. Hassanien, 2003. Studies on lipid profiles of Vitis Vinifera (grape) and Lactuca scariola (oil lettuce) seed oils in comparison with those of soybean oil. J. Agri. Sci. Mansoura Univ., 28: 3179-3187.
  19. El-Mallah, M.H., S.M. El-Shami and M.M.M. Hassanien, 2003. Detailed studies on some lipids of Silybum marianum(L.) seed oil. Grasas Aceites, 54: 397-402.
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  20. Hassanien, M.M.M., 2002. Microwave heat treatment of peanut, sesame and soybean seeds and its influence on their lipid constituents. J. Agric. Sci. Mansoura Univ., 27: 4183-4192.
  21. El-Shami, S.M., M.M.M. Hassanien and M.H. El-Mallah, 2001. Studies on changes in lipid profiles of new varieties of rape during seed maturation. Grasas Aceites, 52: 94-103.
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  22. Hassanien, M.M.M., 1999. Studies on non-traditional oils: 1-Detalied studies on different lipid profiles of some Rosaceae kernel oils. Grasas Aceites, 50: 379-384.