Prof. Amber Sayed Gad

Prof. Amber Sayed Gad

Professor
National Research Center, Egypt


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

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Biography

Dr Amber Sayed Gad is currently working as Assistant Professor. She obtained her PhD in the field of Science and Microbiology, MSc in the field of Science Microbiology from Faculty of Science, Cairo University in 1997 & 1990, respectively. Her prior working experience includes Chemical technician, Assistant Professor, Researcher Assistant, Researcher at National Research Center. Her field of interest includes, Food Microbiology and Biotechnology. She has completed many trainings including Power point, Excel 2003, HPLC, Internet, Protein separation by Electrophoresis, Windows 95, Word, Bioinformatics, Photo shop , Aflatoxins evaluation in food, PCR, ICDL modules test Information technology-Windows-Power point-Internet-Access-Excel-Word, Excel 2007, Information Technology, Plant cell and Tissue culture, Computer maintenance hard ware and software, NMR, Bio-safety and Bio-security for biological labs, Control of hazardous chemicals, Introductory course-intellectual property and Training and employment symposium. She is Professional member of Arab Society for medical researchers, Technical Editor in American journal of Food Technology, Webpub journal of scientific research, Current research in Bacteriology, Research journal of Botany, Asian journal of Biological Sciences. Dr Amber Sayed Gad received Award of Dr Y. Mazhar in the Faculty of Pharmacy Cairo University 1990 Arab company of drugs and chemical industries. She published 26 articles in journals and 8 proceedings as author/co-author. She also attended number of workshops and conferences.

Area of Interest:

Molecular Sciences
100%
Molecular Biology
62%
Microbiology
90%
Chemical Sciences
75%
Biotechnology
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Gad, A.S., 2019. The effectiveness of cyclic ether biodegradation in groundwater and in soil. Chem. Res. J., 4: 40-45.
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  2. Gad, A.S., 2018. Monitoring bottled mineral water brands. Chem. Res. J., 3: 176-183.
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  3. Gad, A.S., 2018. Assessment of biofilm advantages and disadvantages. J. Scient. Eng. Res., 5: 231-237.
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  4. Gad, A.S., 2017. The potential impact of micro-organisms on radioactive waste. Chem. Res. J., 2: 1-7.
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  5. Gad, A.S., 2017. Essential oil composition of Sinai Artemisia monosperma and the biological activity. Chem. Res. J., 2: 273-280.
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  6. Eweis, M., D.M.I. Ali, A. Emam and A.S. Gad, 2016. Effect of alkaloids extracted from Ruta chalepensis L. leaves against some metabolic activities of sugar beet pathogens in-vitro. Res. J. Pharmaceut. Biol. Chem. Sci., 7: 1850-1860.
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  7. Yonan, A.A. and A.S. Gad, 2015. Biological extraction of rare earth elements in mineral-bearing sand ores. Aust. J. Int. Social Res., 1: 55-63.
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  8. Tawfick, M.M. and A.S. Gad, 2014. In vitro antimicrobial activities of some Egyptian plants' essential oils with medicinal applications. Am. J. Drug Discov. Dev., 4: 32-40.
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  9. Eweis, M., A.A.A. Imhemmed and A.S. Gad, 2012. Influence of Thymus serpyllum essential oil on Aspergillus parasiticus morphology and aflatoxins production. Res. J. Pharmaceut. Biol. Chem. Sci., 3: 322-332.
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  10. Abdel-Aziz, S.M., H.A. Hamed, F.E. Mouafi and A.S. Gad, 2012. Acidic pH-shock induces the production of an exopolysaccharide by the fungus Mucor rouxii: Utilization of beet-molasses. N. Y. Sci. J., 5: 52-61.
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  11. Osman, G.A., M.S. Aly, M.M. Kamel and A.S. Gad, 2011. The role of Cladophora sp. and Spirulina platensis in the removal of microbial flora in nile water. New York Sci. J., 4: 8-17.
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  12. Gad, A.S. and M.S. Aly, 2011. Production and application of Spirulina platensis rich in fatty acids and vitamins. J. Am. Sci., 7: 36-45.
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  13. Eweis, M. and A.S. Gad, 2011. Control of Beta vulgaris pathogens using Lantana camara Linn. essential oil in vitro. Int. J. Bot., 7: 289-294.
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  14. Moharib, S.A. and A.S. Gad, 2010. Microbial production of dextran and dextransucrase using agricultural waste. Adv. Food Sci., 32: 217-225.
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  15. Gad, A.S., M. Attia and H.A. Ahmed 2010. Heavy metals bio-remediation by immobilized Saccharomyces cervisiae and Opuntia ficus indica waste. J. Am. Sci., 6: 79-87.
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  16. Gad, A.S. and H. El Sayaad, 2010. Biosorption of molasses pigments by sludge agriculture residues and fungal. J. Applied Sci. Res., 6: 1966-1974.
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  17. Gad, A.S. and E.A. Hasan and A. Abd El Aziz, 2010. Utilization of Opuntia ficus indicawaste for production of Phanerochaete chrysosporium bioprotein. J. Am. Sci., 6: 208-216.
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  18. Aly, M.S. and A.S. Gad, 2010. Chemical composition and potential application of Spirulina platensis biomass. J. Am. Sci., 6: 1283-1291.
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  19. Gad, A.S., A.A. El-Aziz, and K. El-Shafei, 2009. Lactic acid production by mutants strains and mixed culture of lactic acid producing bacteria. J. Pharm. Sci., 39: 224-237.

  20. Gad, A.S., A.A. El-Aziz, M.I. Helal and S.A. Nour, 2008. Bioconversion of molasses into lactic acid. J. Pharm. Sci., 38: 245-258.

  21. Gad, A.S., 2007. Solid state fermentation of Opuntia peels for citric acid production. J. Boil. Pharm. Sci., 5: 43-54.

  22. Gad, A.S. and H. Soliman, 2007. Optimization of nutrients for citric acid production by A. niger in cactus pear (Opuntia Spp.juice concentrate based medium. Proceedings of 1st International Conference on Sustainable Development of Red Sea and Gulf of Aden, Nov. 25-27, African Association for Sustainable Development-Cairo Egypt, pp: 7-7.

  23. Gad, A.S. and M. Eweis, 2006. Anaerobic production of lactic acid by mixed culture of Lactobacillus lactis and Lactobacillus casei. Proceedings of Al-Azhar 4th International Conference for Pharmaceutical and Biological Science, Feb. 13-15, Al-Azhar Faculty of Pharmacy- Cairo University, pp: 108-108.

  24. Gad, A.S., 2005. Fermentative production of gibberellins by Aspergillus niger. N. Egypt. J. Microbiol., 11: 279-293.
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  25. Gad, A.S. and M. Eweis, 2005. Gibberellic acid production by solid state fermentation using corncob. J. Biotecnol., 21: 203-215.

  26. Gad, A.S. and M. Eweis, 2004. Production of itaconic acid by Aspergillus terreus from molasses. J. Biol. Pharm. Sci., 2: 93-104.

  27. Gad, A.S. and A.M. Saad, 2004. Some enhancers recommended for protoplasting of kojic acid producing fungi. Egypt. J. Biomed. Sci., 15: 77-88.
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  28. Saad, A.M., H.M. Hassan and A.S. Gad, 2003. Citric acid production from crude molasses by fluconazole adapted Aspergillus niger NRRL 567. J. Genet. Eng. Biotechnol., 1: 305-316.

  29. Gad, A.S., A.M. Saad and H.M. Hasan, 2003. A comparative study between the effect of fungicide flucoral and low molecular weight alcohols on the production of cirtric acid by A. niger NRRl 567 on using molasses. Proceedings of Al-Azhar 3rd International Conference for Pharmaceutical and Biological Science, Dec. 16-18, Al-Azhar Faculty of Pharmacy-Cairo University, pp: 28-28.

  30. Gad, A.S., 2003. Production of chitinase from Bacillus subtilis in solid-state culture. N. Egypt. J. Microbiol., 5: 112-125.
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  31. Gad, A.S., 2003. Modification of molasses for kojic acid production by Aspergillus parasiticus. N. Egypt. J. Microbiol., 5: 14-26.
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  32. Gad, A.S., 2003. Improving chitosanase production by employing different lignocellulosic wastes in submerged cultures of Bacillus megaterium. N. Egypt. J. Microbiol., 5: 100-111.
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  33. Gad, A.S. and A.M. Saad, 2003. Factors affecting protoplasting in kojic acid producing fungi. Proceedings of 1st International Congress of Pharmaceutical and Drug Industries Division, March 24-26, Pharmaceutical and Drug industries Division. National Research Center, Egypt, pp: 16-16.

  34. Abdel-Aziz, S.M. and A.S. Gad, 2003. Production of aminooligmers by the enzymatic hydrolysis of chitin and chitosan. Egypt. J. Biomed. Sci., 11: 262-274.
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  35. El-Abyad, M.S., F.A. Hamissa and A.S. Gad, 1992. Treatment of beet molasses for citric acid production by a potent strain of Aspergillus niger van Tieghem. Bioresour. Technol., 39: 191-197.
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  36. Hamissa, F.A., M.S. El-Abyad, A. Abdou and A.S. Gad, 1991. Raising potent UV mutants of A. niger van teighm for citric acid production from beet molasses. Bioresour. Technol., 30: 204-312.