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Khaled Mohamed Anwar Aboshanab

Khaled Mohamed Anwar Aboshanab

Khaled Mohamed Anwar Aboshanab
Associate professor of Microbiology and Immunology Department
Ain Shams University
Director of Quality Assurance Unit,
Post code 11566
Abassia, Cairo, Egypt
Tel no: +20 100 758-2620
E-mail: [email protected]

 
Biography

Doctor Khaled Mohamed Anwar Aboshanab is an Associate professor of Microbiology and Immunology Department and Faculty of Pharmacy in Ain Shams University. his research interest lies on the area of in Microbiology (isolation, screening of microorganisms found in nature for the purpose of production of naturally occurring valuable products such as biopolymers, antibiotics and antifungal antibiotics. Molecular genetics of antibiotics producing microorganisms (isolation of 2-DOS-aminoglycoside antibiotic biosynthetic gene clusters, biocombinatorial formation of new antibiotics. Biotechnological production of natural products using genetically modified microorganisms. Genotypic and phenotypic studies on microbial resistance to various antibiotics such as beta-lactams, aminoglycosides and macrolids. Microbial biotransformation of vitamin D3 into its biologically active calcitriol using Actinomyces hyovaginalis, a promising industrial stain collected using a screening programme of Egyptian soil. Microbial pathogenesis.

 
Research Interest

• Microbiology (isolation, screening of microorganisms found in nature for the purpose of production of naturally occurring valuable products such as biopolymers, antibiotics and antifungal antibiotics.
• Molecular genetics of antibiotics producing microorganisms (isolation of 2-DOS-aminoglycoside antibiotic biosynthetic gene clusters, biocombinatorial formation of new antibiotics.
• Biotechnological production of natural products using genetically modified microorganisms.
• Genotypic and phenotypic studies on microbial resistance to various antibiotics such as beta-lactams, aminoglycosides and macrolids.
• Microbial biotransformation of vitamin D3 into its biologically active calcitriol using Actinomyces hyovaginalis, a promising industrial stain collected using a screening programme of Egyptian soil.
• Microbial pathogenesis.

 

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