Prof. Dr. Amal Shawky Hathout
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Prof. Dr. Amal Shawky Hathout

Professor
National Research Centre, Egypt


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Microbiology from Cairo University, Egypt

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Area of Interest:

Pharmacology and Toxicology
100%
Pharmaceutical Sciences
62%
Food and Nutrition
90%
Genotoxicity
75%
Cytotoxicity
55%

Research Publications in Numbers

Books
0
Chapters
0
Articles
0
Abstracts
0

Selected Publications

  1. Hathout, A.S., A. Aljawish, B.A. Sabry, A.A. El-Nekeety and M.H. Roby et al., 2017. Synthesis and characterization of cobalt ferrites nanoparticles with cytotoxic and antimicrobial properties. J. Applied Pharmaceut. Sci., 7: 86-92.
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  2. El-Nekeety, A.A., A.S. Salman, A.S. Hathout, B.A. Sabry, S.H. Abdel-Aziem, N.S. Hassan and M.A. Abdel-Wahhab, 2017. Evaluation of the bioactive extract of actinomyces isolated from the Egyptian environment against aflatoxin B1-induce cytotoxicity, genotoxicity and oxidative stress in the liver of rats. Food Chem. Toxicol., 105: 241-255.
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  3. Al-Hindi, R.R., S.E. Aly, A.S. Hathout, M.G. Alharbi, S. Al-Masaudi, S.K. Al-Jaouni and S.M. Harakeh, 2017. Isolation and molecular characterization of mycotoxigenic fungi in agarwood. Saudi J. Biol. Sci., (In Press). 10.1016/j.sjbs.2017.07.008.
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  4. 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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  5. Hathout, A., A. El-Nekeety, A. Hamed, B. Sabry, M. Abdel-Aziz, M. Ghareeb and S. Aly, 2016. Novel Egyptian bacterial strains exhibiting antimicrobial and antiaflatoxigenic activity. J. Applied Pharmaceut. Sci., 6: 1-10.
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  6. El-Neekety, A.A., M.S. Abdel-Aziz, A.S. Hathout, A.A. Hamed and B.A. Sabry et al., 2016. Molecular identification of newly isolated non-toxigenic fungal strains having antiaflatoxigenic, antimicrobial and antioxidant activities. Der Pharm. Chem., 8: 121-134.
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  7. Aly, S.E., B.A. Sabry, M.S. Shaheen and A.S. Hathout, 2016. Assessment of antimycotoxigenic and antioxidant activity of star anise (Illicium verum) in vitro. J. Saudi Soc. Agric. Sci., 15: 20-27.
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  8. Abdel-Wahhab, M.A., A.A. El-Nekeety, A.S. Hathout, B.A. Sabery, M.I.M. Ibrahim, R.A. Gado, M.F. Zawrah and S.E. Aly, 2015. Preparation and characterization of organo-modified nano montmorillonite and evaluation of its ability to adsorb aflatoxins, fumonisins and zearalenone from aqueous solution. NanoSciTech Open Library, 1: 27-34.
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  9. Sahab, A.F., S. Aly, A.S. Hathout, E.S.H. Ziedan and B.A. Sabry, 2014. Application of some plant essential oils to control Fusarium isolates associated with freshly harvested maize in Egypt. J. Essent. Oil Bearing Plants, 17: 1146-1155.
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  10. Hathout, A.S., N.A. Abo-Sereih, B.A. Sabry, A.F. Sahab and S.E. Aly, 2014. Molecular identification and control of somepathogenic Fusarium species isolated from maize in Egypt. Int. J. ChemTech Res., 7: 44-54.
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  11. Hathout, A.S. and S.E. Aly, 2014. Biological detoxification of mycotoxins: A review. Ann. Microbiol., 64: 905-919.
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  12. Hathout, A.S., Z.I. Sadek, M.I. Foda and S.E. Aly, 2013. Assessment of aflatoxin M1 levels and microbiological quality in Egyptian white soft cheese. World Applied Sci. J., 26: 857-866.
  13. Aly, S.E., S. El-Faham, M.A. Ibrahim, A.S. Hathout and B.A. Sabry, 2013. Characterization and microbiological quality of low-fat chicken burger containing defatted peanut flour. J. Applied Sci. Res., 9: 5599-5608.
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  14. Aly, S.E., A.S. Hathout and M.I.M Ibrahim, 2012. The ability of some Lactobacillus species to remove ochratoxin A from aqueous medium. J. Food Ind. Nutr. Sci., 2: 65-75.
  15. Hathout, A.S., S.R. Mohamed, A.A. El-Nekeety, N.S. Hassan, S.E. Aly and M.A. Abdel-Wahhab, 2011. Ability of Lactobacillus casei and Lactobacillus reuteri to protect against oxidative stress in rats fed aflatoxins-contaminated diet. Toxicon, 58: 179-186.
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  16. El-Nekeety, A.A., S.R. Mohamed, A.S. Hathout, N.S. Hassan, A.E. Aly and M.A. Abdel-Wahhab, 2011. Antioxidant properties of Thymus vulgaris oil against aflatoxin-induce oxidative stress in male rats. Toxicon, 57: 984-991.
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  17. Aly, S.E., A.S. Hathout, N.A. Abo-Sereih and K.F. El-Masry, 2011. Saccharomyces cerevisiae transformant genes as a tool for the production of antiaflatoxigenic agents. J. Applied Sci. Res., 7: 1768-1777.
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  18. Aly, S.E., A.S. Hathout and A.F. Sahab, 2011. Application of hazard analysis critical control points in dairy products: A case study of probiotic Talbina. Nat. Sci., 9: 102-113.
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  19. Aly, S.E. and A.S. Hathout, 2011. Fate of aflatoxin B1 in contaminated corn gluten during acid hydrolysis. J. Sci. Food Agric., 91: 421-427.
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  20. Hathout, A.S. and S.E. Aly, 2010. Role of lactic acid bacteria as a biopreservative agent of Talbina. J. Am. Sci., 6: 889-898.
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  21. Mohsen, S.M., A.S. Hathout and L.E. El-Sideek, 2009. Microbiological characteristics of processed beef burger treated with lactic acid bacteria. Egypt. J. Biotechnol., 33: 252-266.
  22. AbdAlla, E.A.M., S.E. Aly, S. Yousry, M. Sobhy and A.S. Hathout, 2008. Probiotic bacteria as a tool to produce high quality and safe Ras cheese. Egypt. J. Dairy Sci., 36: 97-109.
  23. AbdAlla, E.A.M., Y.E.A. Saleh, M. Sobhy, S.E. Aly and A.S. Hathout, 2006. Probiotic bacteria as a tool to prevent fungal growth and aflatoxin production by Aspergillus parasiticus. Mansoura Univ. J. Agric. Sci., 31: 1573-1584.
  24. AbdAlla, E.A.M., S.E. Aly, Y.E.A. Saleh, M. Sobhy and A.S. Hathout, 2005. The antimycotic effects of probiotic bacteria on the germination and ultra-structure of the aflatoxigenic fungi Aspergillus parasiticus. J. Union Arab Biol., 16: 33-48.
  25. Abdalla, A.E.S., M.H.Z. Kheiralla, A.F. Sahab and A.S. Hathout, 1998. Aspergillus terreus and its toxic metabolites as a food contaminant in some Egyptian bakery products and grains. Mycotoxin Res., 14: 83-91.
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