Ayman El-Shibiny
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Bacteriophage Therapy To Reduce Campylobacter jejuni Colonization of Broiler Chickens
C Loc Carrillo, RJ Atterbury, A El-Shibiny, PL Connerton, E Dillon, A Scott, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 71 (11), 6554-6563, 2005
Application of a Group II Campylobacter Bacteriophage To Reduce Strains of Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter coli Colonizing Broiler Chickens
A El-Shibiny, A Scott, A Timms, Y Metawea, P Connerton, IAN Connerton
Journal of food protection 72 (4), 733-740, 2009
Enumeration and diversity of campylobacters and bacteriophages isolated during the rearing cycles of free-range and organic chickens
A El-Shibiny, PL Connerton, IF Connerton
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71 (3), 1259-1266, 2005
Bacteriophage T4 infection of stationary phase E. coli: life after log from a phage perspective
D Bryan, A El-Shibiny, Z Hobbs, J Porter, EM Kutter
Frontiers in microbiology 7, 1391, 2016
Survival at refrigeration and freezing temperatures of Campylobacter coli and Campylobacter jejuni on chicken skin applied as axenic and mixed inoculums.
A El-Shibiny, P Connerton, I Connerton
International journal of food microbiology 131 (2-3), 197-202, 2009
Epoxidized vegetable oil and bio‐based materials as PVC plasticizer
H Hosney, B Nadiem, I Ashour, I Mustafa, A El‐Shibiny
Journal of Applied Polymer Science 135 (20), 46270, 2018
Bacteriophages: the possible solution to treat infections caused by pathogenic bacteria
A El-Shibiny, S El-Sahhar
Canadian journal of microbiology 63 (11), 865-879, 2017
Characterization of a ViI-like phage specific to Escherichia coli O157: H7
EM Kutter, K Skutt-Kakaria, B Blasdel, A El-Shibiny, A Castano, D Bryan, ...
Virology journal 8 (1), 1-14, 2011
Bacteriophage influence Campylobacter jejuni types populating broiler chickens
AE Scott, AR Timms, PL Connerton, A El‐Shibiny, IF Connerton
Environmental microbiology 9 (9), 2341-2353, 2007
The developing world urgently needs phages to combat pathogenic bacteria
TE Nagel, BK Chan, D De Vos, A El-Shibiny, EK Kang'Ethe, A Makumi, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 7, 882, 2016
Bacteriophage ZCKP1: a potential treatment for Klebsiella pneumoniae isolated from diabetic foot patients
OA Taha, PL Connerton, IF Connerton, A El-Shibiny
Frontiers in microbiology, 2127, 2018
Campylobacter succession in broiler chickens
A El-Shibiny, PL Connerton, IF Connerton
Veterinary Microbiology 125 (3-4), 323-332, 2007
Phage applications for improving food safety and infection control in Egypt
A El‐Shibiny, S El‐Sahhar, M Adel
Journal of applied microbiology 123 (2), 556-567, 2017
Encapsulation of E. coli phage ZCEC5 in chitosan–alginate beads as a delivery system in phage therapy
AS Abdelsattar, F Abdelrahman, A Dawoud, IF Connerton, A El-Shibiny
Amb Express 9 (1), 1-9, 2019
Phage-encoded endolysins
F Abdelrahman, M Easwaran, OI Daramola, S Ragab, S Lynch, ...
Antibiotics 10 (2), 124, 2021
Photo-induced green synthesis and antimicrobial efficacy of poly (ɛ-caprolactone)/curcumin/grape leaf extract-silver hybrid nanoparticles
IM El-Sherbiny, A El-Shibiny, E Salih
Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology 160, 355-363, 2016
Antimicrobial resistance patterns and molecular resistance markers of Campylobacter jejuni isolates from human diarrheal cases
M Elhadidy, MM Ali, A El-Shibiny, WG Miller, WF Elkhatib, N Botteldoorn, ...
PLoS One 15 (1), e0227833, 2020
Bacteriophage ZCSE2 is a Potent Antimicrobial against Salmonella enterica Serovars: Ultrastructure, genomics and efficacy
A Mohamed, O Taha, HM El-Sherif, PL Connerton, S Hooton, ND Bassim, ...
Viruses 12 (4), 424, 2020
Use of Some Essential Oils as Antimicrobial Agents to Control Pathogenic Bacteria in Beef Burger
MASASSG M. Alsaiqali, A.A. El-Shibiny, M. Adel
World Journal of Dairy & Food Sciences 11 (1), 109-120, 2016
How to Train Your Phage: The Recent Efforts in Phage Training
AS Abdelsattar, A Dawooud, N Rezk, S Makky, A Safwat, PJ Richards, ...
Biologics 1 (2), 70-88, 2021
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