Abdelazeem Mohamed Algammal

Abdelazeem Mohamed Algammal

Suez Canal University

H-index: 27

Africa-Egypt

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University

Suez Canal University

Position

Associate Prof. of Bacteriology Mycology and Immunology. Egypt

Citations(all)

3178

Citations(since 2020)

3109

Cited By

306

hIndex(all)

27

hIndex(since 2020)

26

i10Index(all)

46

i10Index(since 2020)

46

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Suez Canal University

Research & Interests List

Medical Microbiology

Bacteriology

Immunology

Mycology

Top articles of Abdelazeem Mohamed Algammal

Global, regional, and national burden of disorders affecting the nervous system, 1990–2021: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2021

BackgroundDisorders affecting the nervous system are diverse and include neurodevelopmental disorders, late-life neurodegeneration, and newly emergent conditions, such as cognitive impairment following COVID-19. Previous publications from the Global Burden of Disease, Injuries, and Risk Factor Study estimated the burden of 15 neurological conditions in 2015 and 2016, but these analyses did not include neurodevelopmental disorders, as defined by the International Classification of Diseases (ICD)-11, or a subset of cases of congenital, neonatal, and infectious conditions that cause neurological damage. Here, we estimate nervous system health loss caused by 37 unique conditions and their associated risk factors globally, regionally, and nationally from 1990 to 2021.MethodsWe estimated mortality, prevalence, years lived with disability (YLDs), years of life lost (YLLs), and disability-adjusted life-years …

Authors

Jaimie D Steinmetz,Katrin Maria Seeher,Nicoline Schiess,Emma Nichols,Bochen Cao,Chiara Servili,Vanessa Cavallera,Ewerton Cousin,Hailey Hagins,Madeline E Moberg,Max L Mehlman,Yohannes Habtegiorgis Abate,Jaffar Abbas,Madineh Akram Abbasi,Mohammadreza Abbasian,Hedayat Abbastabar,Michael Abdelmasseh,Mohammad Abdollahi,Mozhan Abdollahi,Mohammad-Amin Abdollahifar,Rami Abd-Rabu,Deldar Morad Abdulah,Auwal Abdullahi,Aidin Abedi,Vida Abedi,Roberto Ariel Abeldaño Zuñiga,Hassan Abidi,Olumide Abiodun,Richard Gyan Aboagye,Hassan Abolhassani,Victor Aboyans,Woldu Aberhe Abrha,Ahmed Abualhasan,Eman Abu-Gharbieh,Salahdein Aburuz,Lawan Hassan Adamu,Isaac Yeboah Addo,Oladimeji M Adebayo,Victor Adekanmbi,Tayo Alex Adekiya,Wirawan Adikusuma,Qorinah Estiningtyas Sakilah Adnani,Saryia Adra,Tsion Afework,Aanuoluwapo Adeyimika Afolabi,Ali Afraz,Saira Afzal,Shahin Aghamiri,Antonella Agodi,Williams Agyemang-Duah,Bright Opoku Ahinkorah,Aqeel Ahmad,Danish Ahmad,Sajjad Ahmad,Amir Mahmoud Ahmadzade,Ali Ahmed,Ayman Ahmed,Haroon Ahmed,Jivan Qasim Ahmed,Luai A Ahmed,Muktar Beshir Ahmed,Syed Anees Ahmed,Marjan Ajami,Budi Aji,Olufemi Ajumobi,Seyed Esma'il Akade,Morteza Akbari,Hossein Akbarialiabad,Shiva Akhlaghi,Karolina Akinosoglou,Rufus Olusola Akinyemi,Maxwell Akonde,Syed Mahfuz Al Hasan,Fares Alahdab,Tareq Mohammed Ali Al-Ahdal,Rasmieh Mustafa Al-Amer,Mohammed Albashtawy,Mohammad T AlBataineh,Khalifah A Aldawsari,Hediyeh Alemi,Sharifullah Alemi,Abdelazeem M Algammal,Adel Ali Saeed Al-Gheethi,Fadwa Alhalaiqa Naji Alhalaiqa,Robert Kaba Alhassan,Abid Ali,Endale Alemayehu Ali,Liaqat Ali,Mohammed Usman Ali,Musa Mohammed Ali,Rafat Ali,Shahid Ali,Syed Shujait Shujait Ali,Zahid Ali,Sheikh Mohammad Alif,Yousef Alimohamadi,Ahmednur Adem Aliyi,Mohamad Aljofan,Syed Mohamed Aljunid,Suvarna Alladi,Joseph Uy Almazan,Sami Almustanyir,Basem Al-Omari,Jaber S Alqahtani,Ibrahim Alqasmi,Ahmed Yaseen Alqutaibi,Rustam Al-Shahi Salman,Zaid Altaany,Jaffar A Al-Tawfiq,Khalid A Altirkawi,Nelson Alvis-Guzman,Yaser Mohammed Al-Worafi,Hany Aly,Safwat Aly,Karem H Alzoubi,Reza Amani,Alireza Amindarolzarbi,Sohrab Amiri,Mohammad Hosein Amirzade-Iranaq,Hubert Amu,Dickson A Amugsi,Ganiyu Adeniyi Amusa,Jimoh Amzat,Robert Ancuceanu,Deanna Anderlini,David B Anderson,Catalina Liliana Andrei,Sofia Androudi,Dhanalakshmi Angappan,Teklit W Angesom,Abhishek Anil,Alireza Ansari-Moghaddam,Razique Anwer,Mosab Arafat,Aleksandr Y Aravkin,Demelash Areda,Hany Ariffin,Hidayat Arifin,Mesay Arkew,Johan Ärnlöv,Mahwish Arooj,Anton A Artamonov,Kurnia Dwi Artanti,Raphael Taiwo Aruleba,Ali A Asadi-Pooya,Tilahun Ferede Asena,Mohammad Asghari-Jafarabadi,Muhammad Ashraf,Tahira Ashraf,Kendalem Asmare Atalell

Journal

The Lancet Neurology

Published Date

2024/4/1

Enterobacter cloacae as a re-emerging pathogen affecting mullets (Mugil spp.): Pathogenicity testing, LD50, antibiogram, and encoded antimicrobial resistance genes

Enterobacter cloacae is regarded as a hazardous fish pathogen that causes severe diseases and major economic losses in the fish industry. In this study, 150 Mullet species, including 70 Mugil cephalus and 80 Mugil capito were collected randomly from Lake Temsah in Ismailia Governorate, Egypt during the period from May 2022 to July 2022. Subsequently, the collected samples were processed for clinical, post-mortem, and bacteriological analyses. The retrieved isolates were tested for antimicrobial susceptibility, pathogenicity, LD50, and PCR-based detection of antimicrobial resistance genes. The prevalence of E. cloacae among the examined fish was 28.7%. The highest prevalence was recorded in M. cephalus (38.6%) followed by M. capito (20%). Moreover, the liver was the most prominent infected organ (42.3%). Furthermore, 61.5% of the retrieved isolates were multidrug resistance (MDR) to seven …

Authors

Mahmoud Mabrok,Abdelazeem M Algammal,Reham M El-Tarabili,Amina A Dessouki,Noha I ElBanna,May Abd-Elnaby,Maather MM El-Lamie,Channarong Rodkhum

Journal

Aquaculture

Published Date

2024/3/30

Meat and meat products as potential sources of emerging MDR Bacillus cereus: groEL gene sequencing, toxigenic and antimicrobial resistance

BackgroundBacillus cereus is implicated in severe foodborne infection in humans. This study intended to assess the occurrence, groEL gene sequencing, biofilm production, and resistance profiles of emerged multidrug resistant (MDR) B. cereus in meat and meat product samples. Moreover, this work highlights the virulence and toxigenic genes (hblABCD complex, nheABC complex, cytK, ces, and pc-plc) and antimicrobial resistance genes (bla1, tetA, bla2, tetB, and ermA).MethodsConsequently, 200 samples (sausage, minced meat, luncheon, beef meat, and liver; n = 40 for each) were indiscriminately collected from commercial supermarkets in Port Said Province, Egypt, from March to May 2021. Subsequently, food samples were bacteriologically examined. The obtained isolates were tested for groEL gene sequence analysis, antibiotic susceptibility, biofilm production, and PCR screening of toxigenic and …

Authors

Abdelazeem M Algammal,Hamza M Eid,Saad Alghamdi,Hanaa Ghabban,Roba Alatawy,Enas A Almanzalawi,Tahani M Alqahtani,Sabreen G Elfouly,Gihan M Mohammed,Helal F Hetta,Reham M El-Tarabili

Journal

BMC microbiology

Published Date

2024/2/7

Sequencing analysis and efficient biodiesel production by lipase from Pseudomonas aeruginosa

BackgroundRecently, lipase processing for biodiesel production has shown a global increase as it is considered a potential alternative clean-fuel source. The current study’s objective is to investigate of lipolytic activity of lipase produced from different strains of Pseudomonas aeruginosa (P. aeruginosa) in biodiesel production using edible plant oils. The goal is to develop an efficient and cost-effective method for producing inexpensive and environmentally friendly biodiesel.Methods and resultsFour P. aeruginosa isolates were obtained from different environmental sources (soil), phenotypically identified, and it was confirmed by the PCR detection of the 16SrRNA gene. The isolated P. aeruginosa strains were screened for lipase production, and the recovered lipase was purified. Besides, the lipase (lip) gene was detected by PCR, and the purified PCR products were sequenced and analyzed. The production of …

Authors

Israa MS Al-Kadmy,Sarah Naji Aziz,Nadheema Hammood Hussein,Samah N El-Shafeiy,Israa Hussein Hamzah,Ahmed Suhail,Eman Alhomaidi,Abdelazeem M Algammal,Gaber El-Saber Batiha,Hala M ElBadre,Helal F Hetta

Journal

Molecular Biology Reports

Published Date

2024/12

Pathogenicity, resistance patterns, virulence traits, and resistance genes of re-emerging extensively drug-resistant (XDR) Aeromonas veronii in Oreochromis niloticus

Aeromonas veronii, a threatening fish pathogen, is implicated in food-borne infections in humans, contributing to substantial economic losses in the aquaculture sector. To examine the occurrence, resistance profiles, 16SrRNA sequence analysis, virulence-determinant and resistance genes, and pathogenicity of A. veronii isolated from Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus), almost 150 fish weighing 75 ± 10 g (apparently healthy; n = 50 and moribund fish; n = 100) were collected from commercial farms in Ismailia Governorate, Egypt. Subsequently, the clinical, post-mortem, and bacteriological examinations were carried out. The overall prevalence of A. veronii in the collected O. niloticus was 18.6% (28/150), where the pathogen was only detected in the moribund one. Phylogenetic analysis revealed that the tested isolate exhibited significant genetic identity with other strains from diverse locations and origins in China …

Authors

Ghada A Ibrahim,Mahmoud Mabrok,Khyreyah J Alfifi,Marfat Alatawy,Amenah S Al-otaibi,Asma Massad Alenzi,Afaf N Abdel Rahman,Rania MS El-Malt,Sarah A Ibrahim,Reham M El-Tarabili,Abdelazeem M Algammal

Journal

Aquaculture International

Published Date

2024/4/20

Binary CuO\CoO nanoparticles inhibit biofilm formation and reduce the expression of papC and fimH genes in multidrug-resistant Klebsiella oxytoca

Background and aimBinary copper-cobalt oxide nanoparticles (CuO\CoO NPs) are modern kinds of antimicrobials, which may get a lot of interest in clinical application. This study aimed to detect the effect of the binary CuO\CoO NPs on the expression of papC and fimH genes in multidrug-resistant (MDR) isolates of Klebsiella oxytoca to reduce medication time and improve outcomes.MethodsTen isolates of K. oxytoca were collected and identified by different conventional tests besides PCR. Antibiotic sensitivity and biofilm-forming ability were carried out. The harboring of papC and fimH genes was also detected. The effect of binary CuO\CoO nanoparticles on the expression of papC and fimH genes was investigated.ResultsBacterial resistance against cefotaxime and gentamicin was the highest (100%), while the lowest percentage of resistance was to amikacin (30%). Nine of the ten bacterial isolates had the ability …

Authors

Sarah Naji Aziz,Israa MS Al-Kadmy,Ahmed Mahdi Rheima,Karrar Jasim Al-Sallami,Noura H Abd Ellah,Gaber El-Saber Batiha,Maisra Mohammed El-Bouseary,Abdelazeem M Algammal,Helal F Hetta

Journal

Molecular Biology Reports

Published Date

2023/7

Gallibacterium anatis infection in poultry: a comprehensive review

Gallibacterium anatis (G. anatis), a member of the Pasteurellaceae family, normally inhabits the upper respiratory and lower genital tracts of poultry. However, under certain circumstances of immunosuppression, co-infection (especially with Escherichia coli or Mycoplasma), or various stressors, G. anatis caused respiratory, reproductive, and systemic diseases. Infection with G. anatis has emerged in different countries worldwide. The bacterium affects mainly chickens; however, other species of domestic and wild birds may get infected. Horizontal, vertical, and venereal routes of G. anatis infection have been reported. The pathogenicity of G. anatis is principally related to the presence of some essential virulence factors such as Gallibacterium toxin A, fimbriae, haemagglutinin, outer membrane vesicles, capsule, biofilms, and protease. The clinical picture of G. anatis infection is mainly represented as tracheitis …

Authors

Wafaa A Abd El-Ghany,Abdelazeem M Algammal,Helal F Hetta,Ahmed R Elbestawy

Published Date

2023/12

Applications of nanotechnology in the fight against coronavirus disease 2019

Methods:Searching of PubMed, SCOPUS and Google scholar by using a specific search strategy “(COVID 19 OR COVID-19 Virus Disease OR COVID 19 Virus Infection OR 2019-nCoV Infection OR Coronavirus Disease-19 OR 2019 Novel Coronavirus Infection OR SARS-CoV-2 Infection OR COVID-19 Pandemic) AND nanotechnology.Results and Conclusions:Nanotechnology can be used in treatment, diagnosis and prevention of COVID-19. Many nanoparticle types can be used in treatment of COVID-19 such as polymers, dendrimers and quantum dots. In addition to these types of nanoparticles, there is Nan bot used for carrying out localized drug delivery and can be controlled by a user. We can also use quantum dots, metal and magnetic nanoparticles for the diagnosis of COVID-19 to increase the efficiency of diagnostic tests. Regarding to COVID-19 prevention, nanoparticles are used for the manufacture of …

Authors

Reem Sayad,Huda Ahmed Abdelsabour,Samia Mohamed Farhat,Nehal Gamal Omer,Manar Magdy Ahmed,Ibrahim Khalid Elsayh,Islam H Ibrahim,Abdelazeem M Algammal,Israa MS AL-Kadmy,Gaber El-Saber Batiha,Helal F Hetta

Journal

Reviews and Research in Medical Microbiology

Published Date

2023/1/12

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What is Abdelazeem Mohamed Algammal's h-index at Suez Canal University?

The h-index of Abdelazeem Mohamed Algammal has been 26 since 2020 and 27 in total.

What are Abdelazeem Mohamed Algammal's research interests?

The research interests of Abdelazeem Mohamed Algammal are: Medical Microbiology, Bacteriology, Immunology, Mycology

What is Abdelazeem Mohamed Algammal's total number of citations?

Abdelazeem Mohamed Algammal has 3,178 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Abdelazeem Mohamed Algammal?

The co-authors of Abdelazeem Mohamed Algammal are Mohamed A. El-Esawi, Wael N. Hozzein, Helal F Hetta, Mahmoud Mabrok, Reham M El tarabili, Mohamed Enany.

Co-Authors

H-index: 48
Mohamed A. El-Esawi

Mohamed A. El-Esawi

Tanta University

H-index: 40
Wael N. Hozzein

Wael N. Hozzein

Beni-Suef University

H-index: 39
Helal F Hetta

Helal F Hetta

Assiut University

H-index: 16
Mahmoud Mabrok

Mahmoud Mabrok

Suez Canal University

H-index: 10
Reham M El tarabili

Reham M El tarabili

Suez Canal University

H-index: 10
Mohamed Enany

Mohamed Enany

Suez Canal University

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