Dr. Ahmed Nouh Abdel Reheem Badr
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Dr. Ahmed Nouh Abdel Reheem Badr

Associate Professor
Department of Toxicology & Food Contaminants, National Research Centre, Egypt


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Biotechnology and Food Safety from Alexandria University, Egypt

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Biography

Dr. Ahmed Noah Badr, Researcher of food toxicology and contaminants, Food industrial and Nutrition Division, at National Research Centre, a member of many food toxicology projects such as MYcoRed FP7, Work in the area of control and inspection of food (ministry of supply 1998 -2002). Specialization: Biotechnology and molecular biology of reducing food toxins hazard, interested in Food Contaminants, Molecular Biology for food microorganisms, Mycotoxin Analysis, Food safety and hygiene, Bio control and biotechnological studies, (Enzymology) for reducing food toxins. MSc of mycotoxicology- Cairo university, titled: anti-aflatoxigenic and anti mycotic properties of probiotic bacteria, PhD of food science and technology-Alexandria University, titled: biotechnological applications to reduce toxigenic fungi and mycotoxins, membership of 8 professional associations, participated in more than 40 local & international conference, participated in two international projects as co-sub-coordinator(MycoRed FP7 and STDF-IRD). Work as Trainer for student scholarship program (SNG), Had a Short Term Visit (STV) in Bari, Italy from October 2012 to Febraury 2013 under title: Natural and Bio safe components as novel strategies for aflatoxin degradation in food. Had a short term visit on “Molecular Biology Experimental Technology” in Yangzhou University, Public Republic of China, from November to December 2015. Had award of Best PhD Thesis Award presented by the University of Alexandria in cooperation with the Unilever bright corporation, also had award of Best PhD Thesis Award presented by Scientific Food Safety Society, in cooperation with the Dr. Olivey Corporation for food industries, had award of the best presented by Malaysian Palm Oil Council (PMOC), award of Mycored project (FP7) for project activity and project organization for Egyptian branch role in the project. Had more than 25 training course in many areas (Climate changes, food safety, PCR, Nanotechnology, and Bioinformatics).

Area of Interest:

Environmental Sciences
100%
Environmental Toxicology
62%
Food Contamination
90%
Molecular Biology
75%
Biotechnology
55%

Research Publications in Numbers

Books
0
Chapters
1
Articles
48
Abstracts
0

Selected Publications

  1. Shehata, M.G., F.T. Ahmad, A.N. Badr, S.H. Masry and S.A. El-Sohaimy, 2020. Chemical analysis, antioxidant, cytotoxic and antimicrobial properties of propolis from different geographic regions. Ann. Agric. Sci., 65: 209-217.
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  2. Badr, A.N., K. Gromadzka, M.G. Shehata, K. Stuper‐Szablewska, K. Drzewiecka, A.G. Abdel‐Razek and M.M. Youssef, 2020. Encapsulated bioactive ingredients of grape by‐products applicate in fresh‐cut fruit and juices diminished the ochratoxins. J. Food Process. Preserv., Vol. 45. 10.1111/jfpp.15112.
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  3. Badr, A.N., K. Gromadzka, M.G. Shehata, K. Stuper-Szablewska, K. Drzewiecka and A.G. Abdel-Razek, 2020. Prospective antimycotoxigenic action of wild Opuntia ficus-indica by-products. Czech J. Food Sci., 38: 308-314.
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  4. Badr, A.N., H.S. Ali, A.G. Abdel-Razek, M.G. Shehata and N.A. Albaridi, 2020. Bioactive components of pomegranate oil and their influence on mycotoxin secretion. Toxins, Vol. 12. 10.3390/toxins12120748.
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  5. Badr, A., A. Abdel-Razek, M. Youssef, M. Shehata, M. Hassanein and H. Amra, 2020. Natural antioxidants: preservation roles and mycotoxicological safety of food. Egypt. J. Chem., 64: 0285-298.
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  6. Abdel-Salam, A.M., A.N. Badr, A.H. Zaghloul and A.R.H. Farrag, 2020. Functional yogurt aims to protect against the aflatoxin B1 toxicity in rats. Toxicol. Rep., 7: 1412-1420.
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  7. Shehata, M.G., A.N. Badr, S.A. El Sohaimy, S. Asker and T.S. Awad, 2019. Characterization of antifungal metabolites produced by novel lactic acid bacterium and their potential application as food biopreservatives. Ann. Agric. Sci., 64: 71-78.
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  8. Hussien, A.M.S., A.N. Badr and M.A. Naeem, 2019. Innovative nutritious biscuits limit aflatoxin contamination. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 22: 133-142.
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  9. Hussein, A.M.S., K.A. Fouda, A.N. Badr and A.G. Abdel-Razek, 2019. Counteractive role of white pepper extracts for oxidative stress and hepatotoxicity induced by aflatoxin B1 in rats. Int. J. Pharmacol., 15: 177-188.
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  10. Elemeery, M.N., M.A. Mohamed, M.A. Madkour, M.M. Shamseya and N.M. Issa et al., 2019. Microrna signature in patients with Hepatocellular carcinoma associated with type 2 diabetes. World J. Gastroenterol., 25: 6322-6341.
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  11. Badr, A.N., M.M. El-Said, T.M. Elmessery and A.G. Abdel-Razek, 2019. Non-traditional oils encapsulation as novel food additive enhanced yogurt safety against aflatoxins. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 22: 51-58.
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  12. Badr, A.N., H.S. Ali, I.S.A.E. Ahmed, A.M.S. Hussein and A.R.S. Al-Khalifa, 2019. Anti-mycotoxigenic properties of “Fino” using the modified zinc-yeast. CyTA J. Food, 17: 163-171.
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  13. Badr, A.N. and M.A. Naeem, 2019. Protective efficacy using cape- golden berry against pre-carcinogenic aflatoxins induced in rats. Toxicol. Rep., 6: 607-615.
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  14. Abdel-Razek A., M. Shehata, A. Badr, K. Gromadzka and L. Stępień, 2019. The effect of chemical composition of wild opuntia ficus indica byproducts on its nutritional quality, antioxidant and antifungal efficacy. Egyptian Journal of Chemistry 62: 47-61.
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  15. Shehata, M.G., A.N. Badr and S.A. El Sohaimy, 2018. Novel antifungal bacteriocin from Lactobacillus paracasei KC39 with anti-mycotoxigenic properties. Biosci. Res., 15: 4171-4183.
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  16. Abdel-Razek, A.G., A.N. Badr, T.M. El-Messery, M.M. El-Said and A.M.S. Hussein, 2018. Micro-nano encapsulation of black seed oil ameliorate its characteristics and its mycotoxin inhibition.
    Biosci. Res., 15: 2591-2601.
  17. Elemeery, M.N., A.N. Badr, M.A. Mohamed and D.A. Ghareeb, 2017. Validation of a serum microRNA panel as biomarkers for early diagnosis of hepatocellular carcinoma post-hepatitis C infection in Egyptian patients. World J. Gastroenterol., 23: 3864-3875.
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  18. Badr, A.N., S.M. Abdel-Fatah, Y.H. Abu Sree and H.A. Amra, 2017. Mycotoxigenic fungi and mycotoxins in Egyptian barley under climate changes. Res. J. Environ. Toxicol., 11: 1-10.
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  19. Badr, A.N., N. Fatma, M.G. Shehata and H.A. Amra, 2017. Anti-mycotic and anti-mycotoxigenic properties of Egyptian dill. J. Applied Sci., 17: 184-195.
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  20. Badr, A.N., F.L. Antonio, A.A. Hassan and H. Taha, 2017. Ochratoxin a occurrence on Egyptian wheat during seasons (2009-2014). Asian J. Sci. Res., 10: 178-185.
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  21. Abdel-Razek, A.G., A.N. Badr and G.S. Mohamed, 2017. Characterization of olive oil By-products: antioxidant activity, its ability to reduce aflatoxigenic fungi hazard and its aflatoxins. Annual Res. Rev. Biol., .
  22. Sabry, B.A., A.S. Hathout, A. Nooh, S.E. Aly and M.G. Shehata, 2016. The prevalence of aflatoxin and Aspergillus parasiticus in Egyptian sesame seeds. Int. J. ChemTech Res., 9: 308-319.
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  23. Sherif R.M., M.M. Deabes, N.M. Abdel-Motaleb, S.S. Mohamed, A.N. Badr, S.M. Shaban, A.F. Khalil, 2012. Antifungal activity of basil and mustard essential oils against spoilage toxigenic fungi in egyptian pan bread and its economic evaluation. J. Appl. Sci. Res., 8: 5536-5542.
  24. Metwally, M., E. Abd Allah, A.H. Farag, M.A.B. Sanaa and A. Nouh, 2008. Factors affecting lactic acid bacteria adsorption of aflatoxin and the effect of adsorbed toxin on rats’ liver tissues. J. Agric. Sci., 33: 5173-5187.