Dr. Mahmoud Abd-Elhalem Mahmoud Mohamed

Dr. Mahmoud Abd-Elhalem Mahmoud Mohamed

Professor
Cairo University, Egypt


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Environmental Pollution from University of Massachusetts, USA

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Biography

Dr. Mahmoud Abd-Elhalem Mahmoud Mohamed is currently working as Professor at Cairo University, Giza, Egypt, and Visitor Professor at Taif University, Faculty of Science, KSA. He obtained his Ph.D. in Environmental Pollution from University of Massachusetts, USA in 1998. His area of research interest related to Biological Properties of Natural Products and Biological Properties of Synthetic Organic Compounds and Monitoring of Water Pollutants. He is member of American Chemical Society, Egyptian Society of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, and Arbitrators member of the Scientific Committees for Promotions of faculty members at Egyptian Universities. He has published 38 articles in journals as author/co-author. He is also supervisor of 5 PhD and 5 MSc students. He is also referee in number of scientific journals.

Area of Interest:

Chemistry
100%
Natural Products
62%
Biochemistry
90%
Pollutant Removal
75%
Metabolism
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Ibrahim, O.B., M.M. AL-Majthoub, M.A. Mohamed, A.M.A. Adam and M.S. Refat, 2015. Quick and simple formation of charge transfer complexes of brain and nerves phenytoin drug with different &pai;-acceptors: Chemical and biological studies. Int. J. Electrochem. Sci., 10: 1065-1080.
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  2. Adam, A.M.A., M.S. Refat and M.A. Mohamed, 2015. Synthesis and spectroscopic characterizations of noble metal complexes (gold, silver, platinum) in the presence of selenium, and their biological applications as antibacterial, antifungal and anticancer. Res. Chem. Int., 41: 965-1000.
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  3. Ibrahim, O.B., M.A. Mohamed and M.S. Refat, 2014. Study the chemical composition and biological outcomes resulting from the interaction of the hormone adrenaline with heavy elements: Infrared, raman, electronic, 1 H NMR, XRD and SEM studies. J. Mol. Struct., 1056: 13-24.
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  4. Ibrahim, O.B., M.A. Mohamed and M.S. Refat, 2014. Nano sized schiff base complexes with Mn (II), Co (II), Cu (II), Ni (II) and Zn (II) metals: Synthesis, spectroscopic and medicinal studies. Can. Chem. Trans., 2: 108-121.
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  5. Break, L.M., M.A. Mohamed and S.H. Abdel-Hafez, 2014. Synthesis of new organoselenium compounds containing nucleosides as antioxidant. Oriental J. Chem., 30: 1639-1645.
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  6. Ibrahim, O.B., M.A. Mohamed and M.S. Refat, 2013. Spectroscopic and characterization of medical and physical applications of metal complexes of schiff bases in nano-sized Shape: Mg(II), Ca(II) and Ba(II) schiff base complexes. Int. J. Innovat. Res. Sci. Eng. Technol., Vol. 2, Issue 11. .

  7. Amin, G.A., S.A. Bazaid and M. Abd El-Halim, 2013. A Two-stage immobilized cell bioreactor with Bacillus subtilis and Rhodococcus erythropolis for the simultaneous production of biosurfactant and biodesulfurization of model oil. Petroleum Sci. Technol., 31: 2250-2257.
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  8. Refat, M.S., W.F. El-Hawary and M.A. Mohamed, 2012. Study of the chemical chelates and anti-microbial effect of some metal ions in nanostructural form on the efficiency of antibiotic therapy norfloxacin drug. J. Mol. Struct., 1013: 45-54.
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  9. Ibrahim, M.M., S. Al-Juaid, M.A. Mohamed and M.H. Yassin, 2012. Synthesis, characterization, and antimicrobial activities of barbital-based alkaline earth metal complexes: The X-ray crystal structure of [Ba2H (Barb) 5](Barb= 5, 5-diethyl barbiturate). J. Coordinat. Chem., 65: 2957-2971.
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  10. Abdel-Hafez, S.H., H.A. Saad and M.A. Mohamed, 2012. Synthesis and pharmacological activities of some new selenium containing nucleoside analogues. Der Pharm Chem., 4: 915-925.

  11. Osman, M.A., M.A.M. Mohamed, M.H.H. Ali, A.D.G. Al-Afify, 2010. Assessment of agriculture drainage water quality to be used for fish farm irrigation. Nat. Sci., 8: 60-74.
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  12. El-Moneim, M.R.A.A., A.M. Mahmoud and A.E.G. Hassan, 2010. Multiresidue method of analysis for determination of 150 pesticides in grapes using quick and easy method (QuEChERS) and LC-MS/MS determination. Int. J. Food Agric. Environ., 8: 602-606.
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  13. Afify, A.S., M.A. Mahmoud, H.A. Emara and K.I. Abdelkreem, 2009. Phenolic compounds and COD removal from olive mill wastewater by chemical and biological procedures. Aust. J. Basic Applied Sci., 3: 1087-1095.

  14. Mohamed, M.A. and S.A. Ammar, 2008. Quantitative analysis of phthalates plasticizers in traditional egyptian foods (koushary and foul medams), black tea, instant coffee and bottled waters by solid phase extraction-capillary gas chromatography-mass spectroscopy. Am. J. Food Technol., 3: 341-346.
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  15. Potter, T.L., M.A. Mohamed and H. Ali, 2007. Solid-phase extraction combined with high-performance liquid chromatography-atmospheric pressure chemical ionization-mass spectrometry analysis of pesticides in water: Method performance and application in a reconnaissance survey of residues in drinking water in greater Cairo, Egypt. J. Agric. Food Chem., 55: 204-210.
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  16. Mohamed, M.A.M., M.S. Foda, M.A.M. Aboul-Soud, T. Kahil and A.R. Asar, 2007. Production of alkaline protease and mosquitocidal biopesticide by a strain of bacillus sphaericus isolated from Egyptian soils. Egypt. J. Applied Sci., 22: 101-124.

  17. Afify, M., M.A. Mohamed and M. Foda, 2007. Production of alkaline protease and mosquitocidal biopesticide by a strain of Bacillus sphaericus isolated from Egyptian soils. Egypt. J. Applied Sci., 7: 345-350.

  18. Mohamed, M.A.M. and A.S. Ammar, 2005. Quantitative analysis of phthalates in traditional egyptian foods. Egypt. J. Environ. Sci., 3: 325-337.

  19. Maghraby, A.S., M.A. Mohamed and A.M. Abdel-Salam, 2005. Anti-schistosomal activity of colostral and mature camel milk on Schistosoma mansoni infected mice. Asia Pac. J. Clin. Nutr., 14: 432-438.
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  20. Mohamed, M.A.M., M.A. Osman, T.L. Potter and R.E. Levin, 1998. Lead and cadmium in nile river water and finished drinking water in greater Cairo, Egypt. Environ. Int., 24: 767-772.
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