Dr. Hoda Mahrous Abass Ibrahim
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Dr. Hoda Mahrous Abass Ibrahim

Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research institute (GEBRI), Egypt

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Genetic Engineering from University of Sadat City, Egypt

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Area of Interest:

Molecular Sciences
Biological Sciences
Bacterial Diseases
Drug Delivery

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Massoud, M.I., A.M.A. El-Razek and H. Mahrous, 2011. Bioproduction of fructose from chicory roots (Cichorium intybus) and jerusalem artichoke(Helianthus tuberosus) inulin. Alexandria J. Food Sci. Technol., 7: 1-11.
  2. Mahrous, H., 2011. Probiotics bacteria from egyptian infants cause cholesterol removal in media and survive in yoghurt. Food Nut. Sci., 2: 150-155.
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  3. Mahrous , H., U.F. Shaalan and A.M. Ibrahim, 2011. The role of some probiotic lactic acid bacteria in the reduction of cholesterol on mice. Int. Res. J. Microbiol., 2: 242-248.
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  4. Mahrous, H., K. El-Halfawy, K. Kamaly, K. Bassiouny, J.F. Frank and M. El-Soda, 2009. Effects of some probiotic lactic acid bacteria on diarrhea, hematological parameters and blood serum on mice. J. Biochem. Biotechnol., 1: 27-37.
  5. Ibrahim, A.M., A.A.A. Aziz, H. Mahrous and U.M. Abdulraouf, 2009. Cloning and sequencing of cellulase-encoding gene (cel 2) from locally isolated Bacillus sp. Strain a4. Pak. J. Biotechnol., 5: 1812-1837.
  6. Elsanhoty, R.M., H. Mahrous and Ghanaimy A. Ghanaimy, 2009. Chemical, Microbial Counts and Evaluation of Biogenic Amines During the Ripening of Egyptian Soft Domiati Cheese Made from Raw and Pasteurized Buffaloes Milk. Int. J. Dairy Sci. 4: 80-90.
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  7. Khalil, R., H. Mahrous, K. El-Halafawy, K. Kamaly, J. Frank and M. El Soda, 2007. Evaluation of of the probiotic potential of lactic acid bacteria isolated from faeces of breast-fed infants in Egypt. Afr. J. Biotechnol., 6: 939-949.
  8. Mahrous, H., M. El-Halfawy, K.A. Kamaly and K.M. El Soda, 2006. Effect of bile salts and acidity on the viability of some lactic acid bacteria. Alexandria J. Food Sci. Technol., 3: 13-20.
  9. El-Halfawy, K.A., M. El-Soda, K.M. Kamaly, M.A. Gomaa and H. Mahrous, 2006. Enumeration, isolation and identification of lactic acid bacteria from infant faeces. Minufiya J. Agric. Res., 31: 865-876.
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