Dr. Asem Abdel Mawgoud Mohamed

Personnel Information

Name: Asem Abdel Mawgoud Mohamed

Title: Dr

Specialization field: Chemistry of natural and microbial products.

Affeliation: National Research Centre

E-mail: info@norechem.com

Mobile:+2 011 247 9336

Qualification

Ph.D.: In Microbiology. Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Titled : Biochemical Studies for the Production of  some Dyes (Reddish Brown) by Fungi.

Scientific societies and Journals

Member of the Egyptian Society of Applied Microbiology

Scientific Achievements

  1. Member of Microbial Culture collection Unit since 2000 to 2004.
  2. Member in the National Campaign for Textile Development in Egypt  during the period Mar., 2004 toJune, 2008.

Membership of Scientific Committees and Councils

  1. The 1st International Congress of Pharmaceutical and Drug Industries Division, NRC, March 24-24, 2003.
  2. The 3rd International Congress of Pharmaceutical and Drug Industries Division, NRC, March 6-8, 2007.
  3. The Egyptian Denmark Workshop entitled “Nanoscience and Nanotechnology at a Glance” , Jan., 14-15, (2009).
  4. The 4th International Congress of Pharmaceutical and Drug Industries Division, NRC, March 6-8, 2009.
  5. The 6th international conference of textile research division NRC,Cairo ,Egypt, April 3-5, 2009.
  6. The 13th Conference in Applied Microbiology, Agriculture Research Institute, March 14-16, (2010).
  7. 3rd International Conference on biotechnology for Wellness Industry (3rd ICBWI) & Wellness Industry Exhibtion (WIEX 2010). UTM, Malaysia, Oct., 8-10, (2010).

List of Publication

1- Atalla, M.M., El-khrisy, E.A. M. and Mohamed A.A. (2003).

Quantitative determination of coumarins of fresh and fruit residue of Ammi majus L. fruit. The 1st International Congress of Pharmaceutical and Drug Industries Division, NRC, March 24-24.

2- Atalla, M.M, Mohamed A.A. and Abu Shady, M.R. (2003).

Production of coumarins from Ammi majus L. fruit residue by fungi. The 1st International Congress of Pharmaceutical and Drug Industries Division, NRC, March 24-24.

3- Atalla, M.M, Mohamed A.A. and Abu Shady, M.R. (2003).

Production of coumarins from Ammi majus L. fruit residue by Aspergillus fumigatus using bioreactor. The 1st International Congress  of Pharmaceutical and Drug Industries Division, NRC, March 24-24.

4- Atalla, M. Mabrouk ., EL-khrisy, E.A.M., Y.A.Youssef  and Mohamed A.Asem (2009). Production of  textile reddish brown

Dye by fungi. The 4th International Conference of Pharmaceutical and Drug Industries Research Division, NRC,

March 3-5.

5- A. M. Mabrouk, Y. A. Youssef and M. A. Asem (2009).

Effect of pH of Cultivation Media and Incubation Period on Production of Reddish Brown Dyes by Phymatotrichum sp (NRC 151) and their Application on Wool Fabrics. The 6th International Conference of Textile Research Division NRC, Cairo, Egypt, April 5 – 7, 2009. 6 (TC) (2009) 330 – 338.

6- M. H. El-Rafie, M. A. Asem, Th. I. Shaheen1 and A. Hebeish (2009).

Investigation into the Bio-synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles Using Fungi Secreted Enzymes and Proteins Part I: Extracellular Synthesis of Nano-Sized Silver Particles Using Filtrate and Biomass of Four Fungal Strains with Special Reference to Aspergillus Fumgatus and Aspergillus Niger. 6th International Conference of Textile Research Division NRC, Cairo, Egypt, April 5 – 7, 2009, 6 (ABNI) (2009) 115 – 127

7- M.H. El-Rafie a, A.A. Mohamed b , Th.I. Shaheen a, A. Hebeisha (2010).

Antimicrobial effect of silver nanoparticles produced by fungal process on cotton fabrics. Carbohydrate Polymers 80 (2010) 779–782.

8- A. Hebeish(a),  M. H. El-Rafie(a), Asem. A. Mohamed(b)and  Th. I. Shaheen(a) (2010).

Investigation into the Bio-synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles Using Fungi Secreted Enzymes and Proteins, Part III: Factors Affecting the Biosynthesis using the Biomass filtrate of Fusarium solani. 3rd International Conference on biotechnology for Wellness Industry (3rd ICBWI) & Wellness Industry Exhibtion (WIEX 2010), Oct., 8-10.

9-   Fatma S. Aggor 1 ; Enas M. Ahmed1*, A.T. El-Aref 2 and M. A. Asem3 (2010).

Synthesis and Characterization of Poly (Acrylamide – co – Acrylic acid) Hydrogel Containing Silver Nanoparticles for Antimicrobial Applications. Journal of American Science, 2010;6 (12).

10- M. H. El-Rafie, A. A. Mohamed, Th. I. Shaheen1 and A. Hebeish (2010).

Investigation into the Bio-synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles Using Fungi Secreted Enzymes and Proteins, Part II: Extracellular Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles Induced by Penicillium roquefortii and Fusarium solani. Egypt, J. Text. Polym. Sci. Technol. 14, No. 1, pp 53-64.