Fatma Ali

Fatma Ali
Beni -Suef University · Food Hygiene department

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Introduction
Fatma is a professor of Food Hygiene, our interest in analysis of meat, microbial and chemical hazard of meat ,fish and poultry
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The authors evaluate the effect of propolis on the shelf-life and different quality criteria of fresh oriental sausage. Experimentally processed fresh oriental sausage treated with 0.6% ethanolic extract of propolis and control samples were kept in a refrigerator at 5°C and examined every 3 days until signs of spoilage were observed. Both groups we...
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This study aimed at investigating the physicochemical and bacteriological status of retail-marketed crustaceans in Beni-Suef Governorate, Egypt. Therefore, 120 samples of crustaceans, 60 samples of imported unpeeled shrimp, and 60 samples of locally harvested chilled crab were collected from different fish markets in Beni-Suef Governorate. Collecte...
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This work addresses a novel, rapid and cost-effective approach for the electrochemical sensing of scombrotoxin (histamine) in fish based on magnetic molecularly imprinted polymer (magnetic-MIP). The histamine magnetic-MIP was synthesized by the core-shell method using histamine as a template, and 2-vinyl pyridine as functional monomer. The magnetic...
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In an attempt to determine the residual levels of lead (Pb), cadmium (Cd), mercury (Hg) and tin (Sn) in canned meat products marketed in Egypt, a total number of 160 random samples (40 each) of canned chicken luncheon (CCL), canned beef luncheon (CBL), canned frankfurter (CF) and canned corned beef (CCB) were randomly collected from different super...
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In an attempt to monitor the levels of bacterial contamination during different stages of beef carcass preparation at Beni-Suef abattoir, Egypt, 20 beef carcasses were examined. Each carcass was represented by swabs from the abdomen, neck, shoulder, thigh and thorax, collected after dehiding, after evisceration and after complete preparation. Each...
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The present study was preformed to evaluate the effect of dip treatments by thyme (Thymus vulgaris) extract (0.5 %) and rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) extract (1.5 %) on the quality and shelf life of Nile tilapia (Orechromis niloticus) fillets during refrigerated storage at 2 ± 1 °C. The control (untreated) and treated groups were examined perio...
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In an attempt to improve the microbiological quality and extend the shelf-life of refrigerated rabbit meat, four groups of rabbit meat from New Zealand breed were prepared, the 1st group was untreated (control), while the other three groups were treated with lactic acid 0.5 %, thyme oil 0.5 % and water extract of sumac 8 % by dipping for 1, 1 and 1...
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Los aceites esenciales y sus componentes, son cada vez más populares como agentes antimicrobianos y antioxidantes existentes naturalmente. Por ello, el presente trabajo se centró sobre el efecto de la adición de diferentes concentraciones de aceite esencial (EO) de tomillo (0,02; 0,04; 0,06%) y aceite (O) de jojoba (0,1%) sobre la calidad y estabil...
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A total of 300 samples were collected from cattle slaughtered in the Beni-Suef abattoir in Egypt. Samples included muscle, liver and kidney. Animals were randomly selected from the slaughter line. The age of the slaughtered cattle was less than three years (18-30 months). Samples were packed separately in plastic bags, identified and stored at -18°...
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A total of 100 fat samples were collected from slaughtered cattle at Beni-Suef slaughter house. Animals were randomly selected from the slaughter line. The age of the slaughtered cattle was normally less than three years (18-30 months). Samples were separately packed in plastic bags, identified and stored at -18°C until analysis. The analysis was c...
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This study was conducted to assess the effect of some growth enhancers as dietary onion & garlic (Allium sativum) and vitamin E supplementation with water on the meat quality parameters of broiler chicken. A total of 150 chicks were divided into 3 groups, 50 birds per treatment. The first group was fed control diet, the second group fed control die...
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The authors evaluate the effect of propolis on the shelf-life and different quality criteria of fresh oriental sausage. Experimentally processed fresh oriental sausage treated with 0.6% ethanolic extract of propolis and control samples were kept in a refrigerator at 5 degrees C and examined every 3 days until signs of spoilage were observed. Both g...
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The sensory quality attributes of coated and uncoated beef burger patties formulated with texture soy granules or vegetables (peas and carrots) were studied in comparison to that of the control ones. Incorporation of textured soy granules significantly reduced the color, marbling, appearance, flavor, tenderness, juiciness, taste and overall accepta...
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This study was carried out to evaluate the bacteriological status of fresh Tilapia nilotica, fresh Clarias lazera, frozen Mackerel and smoked Herring fish marketed in Beni-Suef City. The collected samples were examined for total bacterial count, coli form (MPN), faecal coli forms (MPN), E. coli (MPN), Staphylococcus aureus count, total proteolytic...
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A total of two hundreds of slaughtered animals; 50 each of cattle buffaloes, sheep and buffalo calves were collected from slaughterhouse Giza. Each animal was represented by muscular part, prenephric fat, liver, and kidneys. The Four Plate Technique (FPT) is intended to detect antimicrobial residues in collected samples. The liver samples showed hi...
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Thirty samples of freshly slaughtered broiler frame with skin were obtained from small scale poultry processing plant in Cairo and Giza markets. Samples of neck and breast skin were examined for Total colony count, Psychrotrophic count, Staphylococcus aureus count, Coliform Count, presumptive E. coli count and total yeast and mould count. In additi...
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A total of 40 samples of beef and chicken luncheon (20 samples for each) were collected from different markets in Giza city. Samples were subjected to Mycological investigations. Beef luncheon were highly contaminated than chicken luncheon (3.1 x 103 /g ±0.3x 10³) and (4.0 x 102 /g ±0.2x 10² ) respectively . Seven mould genera were isolated from ex...

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Determination of the chemical hazards in canned meats in Egypt, with special referring to their public health significance.