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Dr. Soher Aly is a Professor Doctor of Food Contaminants working in the area of Food Safety. She have an expertise in qualitative and quantitative analysis of different Food and Agriculture and their toxins in raw and processed. Application of encapsulation natural nanoparticles for decontamination mycotoxins and pesticides. She participated in 15 International conferences as Invited speaker and Chairman. She also participated in 15 International and in house projects as PI, CO-PI or member. She was awarded 7 prizes from International or National agencies. She supervised 7 PhD and 3 MSc thesis. Working as visiting Porf. at Mahasarakham University, at the Faculty of Nursing International Research Center Bordux INRA France. She published about 90 articles in International and National Journals.

Area of Interest :

Food Science & Technology

Academic Information :

Ph.D. (1992) --- Food Science & Technology

Associated Jounals
International Research Journal of Food and Nutrition Editorial Board Member
List of Publications
  1. Mosaad A. Abdel-Wahhab Aziza A. El-Nekeety, Soher E. Aly,  2019. Mycotoxins in Children’s Food: Problem and Halal Management  International Journal of Halal Research; 1:16-38.
  2. Salim, RG Aly, ES., Abo-Sereih NA, and AS Hathout and Sabry B, 2019. Molecular Identification and Inter-Simple Sequence Repeat (ISSR) Differentiation of toxigenic Aspergillus strains: JJBS; 5(332).
  3. Hamza Z, Maher El-Hashash, Soher Aly, Amal Hathout, Ernesto Soto, Bassem Sabry, Gary Ostroff, 2019. Preparation and characterization of yeast cell wall beta-glucan encapsulated humic acid nanoparticles as an enhanced aflatoxin B1 binder   carbohydrate polymer; 1(1):185-192.    
  4. Aly, E.S., Abo-Sereih NA, Salim, RG and AS Hathout, 2018. Isolation and Molecular Identification of Food Grade Lactic Acid Bacteria and Their Antifungal Activity, Journal of Biological Sciences; 18(6): 260-269.
  5. Al-Hindi R, Soher E Aly, Amal S Hathout, Mona G Alharbi, Saad Al-Masaudi, Soad K Al-Jaouni, Steve M Harakeh, 2018. Isolation and molecular characterization of mycotoxigenic fungi in agarwood. Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences; 25(8): 1781-1787.
  6. Amal S Hathout, Abdulhadi Aljawish, Bassem A Sabry, Aziza A El-Nekeety, Mohamed H Roby, Nasseralla M Deraz, Soher E Aly, Mosaad A Abdel-Wahhab, 2017. Synthesis and characterization of cobalt ferrites nanoparticles with cytotoxic and antimicrobial properties. Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science; 7: 086-092.
  7. A Aziza, Mohamed S Abdel-Aziz, Amal S Hathout, Ahmed A Hamed, Bassem A Sabry, Mosad A Ghareeb, Soher E Aly, Mosaad A Abdel-Wahhab, 2016. Molecular identification of newly isolated non-toxigenic fungal strains having antiaflatoxigenic, antimicrobial and antioxidant activities Der Pharma Chemica; 60:120-126.
  8. Amal Hathout, Aziza El-Nekeety, Ahmed Hamed, Bassem Sabry, Mohamed Abdel-Aziz, Mosad Ghareeb, Soher Aly, 2016. Novel Egyptian bacterial strains exhibiting antimicrobial and antiaflatoxigenic activity, Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science; 6: 001-010.
  9. Aly SE, Hathout AS, Sabry BA, 2016. Assessment of activity of star anise extracts. J  Saudi Arabia. Society of Agric. Sci; 15: 20-27.
  10. Sabry B. A., Hathout AS. Nooh, A., Aly S E. and Shehata, M, 2016. The prevalence of aflatoxin and Aspergillus parasiticus in Egyptian sesame seeds. International Journal of ChemTech Research; 9: 308-319.
  11. Abdel-Wahhab MA, El-Nekeety AA, Hathout AS, Sabery BA, Ibrahim MIM, Gado RA,Zawrah MF, Aly SE., 2015. Preparation and characterization of organo-modified nano montmorillonite and evaluation of its ability to adsorb aflatoxins, fumonisins and zearalenone from aqueous solution. NanoSciTech Open Lib; 1(27).
  12. Ghada A. Abo-Elwafa, Mervat. Foda and Soher E. Aly, 2015. Comparative Studies on Fat of White Soft Cheese Collected from Cairo Markets. Middle East Journal of Applied Sciences; 5: 328-334.
  13. Amal S Hathout, Nevien A Abo-Sereih, Bassem A Sabry, Ahmed F Sahab, Soher E Aly, 2015. Molecular identification and control of some pathogenic Fusarium species isolated from maize in Egypt. International Journal of ChemTech Research; 7(1): 44-54.
  14. El-Nekeety AA, Abdel-Azeim SH, Hassan AM, Hassan NS, Aly SE, Abdel-Wahhab MA, 2014. Quercetin inhibits the cytotoxicity and oxidative stress in liver of rats fed aflatoxin-contaminated diet. Toxicol. Rep.; 1: 319-329.
  15. Hamzawy MA, El-Denshary ES, Bahgat AK, Hassan NS, Aly SE, Abdel-Wahhab MA., 2014. Hepatoprotective effect of estradiol and Lipoic acid in rats. Glob J Pharmacol; 8(4): 694-702.
  16. Hathout AS, Aly SE, 2014. Biological detoxification of mycotoxins: a review. Ann. Mocrobiol. Published on 25 May, 2014.
  17. El-Nekeety AA, Abdel-Azeim SH, Hassan AM, Hassan NS, Aly SE, Abdel-Wahhab MA, 2014. Quercetin inhibits the cytotoxicity and oxidative stress in liver of rats fed aflatoxin-contaminated diet. Toxicol. Report; 1: 319-329.
  18. Sahab AF, Hathout AS, Sabry BA, Aly SE, 2014. Application of some plant essential oils to control Fusarium isolates associated with freshly harvested maize in Egypt. Journal of Essential Oil Bearing Plants; 17(6):1146.
  19. Abdel-Wahhab MA, El-Nekeety AA, Aly SE, Yoon WJ, Kim YT, Park MH, 2013. Improvement of sexual behavior in male rats via dietary supplementation with Panax ginseng extract standardized with ginsenoside Rg3, J. Med. Sci.; 13(5): 337-345.
  20. Aly SE, El-Faham S, Ibrahim MA, Hathout AS, Sabry BA, 2013. Characterization and microbiological quality of low-fat chicken burger containing defatted peanut flour. J. Appl. Sci. Res.; 9(11): 5599-5608.
  21. Foda M, Bahgaat WK, Kassem JM, Aly SE, 2013. Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) Spectra in Relation to the Composition of White Soft Cheese. World Appl. Sci. J.; 26(3): 289-295.
  22. Hathout AS, Sadek Z, Foda M, Aly SE, 2013. Assessment of aflatoxin M1 levels and microbiological quality in Egyptian white soft cheese. World Appl. Sci. J.; 26(7): 857-866.
  23. Serag A, Zaied F, Aly SE, EL-Sideek LE, Alkhalifah DHM, 2012. Electron Spin Resonance (ESR). Studies on-irradiated and roasted coffee beans during decontaminated of OTA. Aust. J. Basic Appl. Sci.; 6(3): 741-750.
  24. Aly SE, Hathout AS, Ibrahim MIM, 2012. The ability of some Lactobacillus species to remove ochratoxin A from aqueous. J. Food Indust. Nut. Sci.; l(2): 512.
  25. Hathout AS, Mohamed SR, El-Nekeety AA, Hassan NS, Aly SE, Abdel-Wahhab MA, 2011. Ability of Lactobacillus casei and Lactobacillus reuteri to protect against oxidative stress in rats fed aflatoxins-contaminated diet. Toxicon; 58:179.
  26. Aly SE, El-Shaffey AA, Moshira ES, El-Massry KF, Sabry BA, 2011. Chemical profile, antioxidant, antifungal and antiaflatoxigenic activity of parsley and ginger volatile and non-volatile extracts. J. Biolo. Active Prod. from Nature; 2231-1866.
  27. Sahab AF, Aly SE, Nawar LS, El-Faham SY, 2011. Fungal occurrence in physic nut (Jatropha curcas) seeds during storage and possibility aflatoxin production by Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus parasiticus isolates. J. Am. Sci.; 7(5): 511-516.
  28. Aly SE, Hathout AS, Sahab AF, 2011. Application of Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points in dairy products: A Case study of Probiotic Talbina. Nature Sci.; 9(7): 50-54.
  29. Aly SE, Hathout AS, Abo-Sereia NA, El-Masry KF, 2011. Saccharomyces cerevisiae transformant genes as a tool for the production of antiaflatoxigenic agents. J. Appl. Sci. Res.; 7(12): 1768-1777.
  30. Aly SE, Hathout AS, 2011. Fate of aflatoxin B1 in contaminated corn gluten during acid hydrolysis. J. Sci. Food Agric.; 91: 421-427.
  31. Hathout AS, Aly SE, 2010. Role of lactic acid bacteria as a biopreservative agent of Talbina. J. Am. Sci.; 6(12): 889-898.
  32. Aly SE, Hathout AS, 2009. Destruction of aflatoxin during acid contaminanted corn glutin. Egypt. J. Biotechnol.; 32: 299-308.
  33. Hathout AS, Aly SE, 2009. Development of aflatoxin binding assay using probiotic bacteria. New Egypt. J. Microbiol., 32: 296-306.
  34. Aly SE, Hathout AS, El-Gendy SM, 2009. Inhibitory effects of some Lactobacillus species on activity and aflatoxin production by Aspergillus parasitic. Assiut J. Agric. Sci.; 40: 51-56.
  35. AbdAlla EAM., Aly SE, Saleh Y, Mary S, Hathout AS, 2008. Probiotic bacteria as a tool to produce high quality and safe Ras cheese. Egypt. J. Dairy Sci.; 36(1): 97.
  36. AbdAlla EAM, Saleh Y, Mary S, Aly SE, Hathout AS, 2006. Probiotic bacteria as a tool to prevent fungal growth and aflatoxin production by Aspergillus parasiticus Mansoura Univ., J. Agric. Sci.; 31(3): 1573-1584.
  37. AbdAlla EAM, Aly SE, Saleh Y, Mary S, Hathout AS, 2005. The antimycotic effects of probiotic bacteria on the germination and ultra-structure of the aflatoxigenic fungi Aspergillus parasiticus. J. Union Arab Biologists; 16B: 33-48.
  38. Abdel-Wahhab MA, Hasan AM, Aly SE, Mahrous KF, 2005. Adsorption of sterigmatocystin by montmorillonite and inhibition of its genotoxicity in the Nile tilapia fish (Oreachromis nilaticus). Mutat. Res.; 582(1-2): 20-27.
  39. Abdel-Wahhab MA, Aly SE, 2005. Antioxidant property of Nigella sativa (black cumin) and Syzygium aromaticum (clove) in rats during aflatoxicosis. J. Appl. Toxicol.; 25(3): 218-223.
  40. Aly SE, Abdel-Galil MM, Abdel-Wahhab MA, 2004. Application of adsorbent agents technology in the removal of aflatoxin B1 and fumonisin B1 from malt extract. Food Chem. Toxicol; 42(11): 1825-1831.
  41. AbdAlla EAM, Aly SE, Saleh Y, Mary S, Hathout AS, 2004. Growth and microstructure of Aspergillus parasiticus in the presence of probiotic bacteria using scanning electron microscope   Jun 2004, Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology.
  42. Abdel-Wahhab MA, Aly SE, 2003. Antioxidants and radical scavenging properties of vegetable extracts in rats fed aflatoxin contaminated diet. J. Agric. Food Chem.; 51(8): 2409-2414.
  43. Aly SE, Abo-Sereia NA, El-Massry KF, 2003. Production of flavoring compounds through genetically engineered Saccharomyces cerevisiae and their evaluation as antioxidant and antimicrobial. Arab Univ. J. Agric. Sci.; 16: 205-210.
  44. Abdel-Wahhab MA, Aly SE, 2003. Antioxidant property of essential oil isolated from black comin seeds (Nagilla sativa) and clove buds (Syzygium aromaticum) in rats during aflatoxicosis Toxicol. Lett.; 01: 144.
  45. AbdAlla EAM, Aly SE, Sahab AF., 2003. Occurrence of certain mycotoxins in corn and corn based products and thermo stability of Fumonisin B1 during processing. Nahrung/Food; 47: 222-225.
  46. Aly SE, Nadir AS, 2003. Risk assessment of certain toxigenic fungi on infected corn grains with special references to chemical composition and rheologicaol properties J. Agric. Sci. Mansoura Univ.; 28(8): 6207-6219.
  47. Aly SE, 2002. Distribution of aflatoxins in product and by-products during glucose production from contaminated corn.  Nahrung/Food; 46: 341-344.
  48. AbdAlla EAM, Neamat-Allah AA, Aly SE, 2002. Situation of mycotoxins in milk and dairy products and human milk in Egypt. Mycotoxins Res.; 16: 91-100.
  49. AbdAlla EAM, Neamat-Allah AA, Nassar AM, Aly SE, 2002. Prevalence of pesticide residues in fish cheese and human milk. Assiut Vet. Med. J.; l47: 110-124.
  50. AbdAlla EAM, Aly SE, Sahab AF, 2001. Incidence of Fusarium mycotoxins (T2, DON and FB1) in corn and corn based products and thermo-stability of fumonisin B1. Ann. Agric. Sci. Ain Shams Univ.; 46(1): 273-285.
  51. Sahab AF, Abo-Sereia NA, Aly SE, 2000. Mutagenic activity of benlate fungicide on growth and production of the toxin fumonisin by Fusarium moniliforme. Ann. Agric. Sci. Ain Shams Univ.; 45(2):703-707.
  52. Aly SE, 1999. Prevention of the growth and aflatoxin production of Aspergillus flavus by some spices essential oils. Minufiya J. Agric Res.; 24(2): 563-576.
  53. AbdAlla EAM, Aly SE, Sahab AF, 1999. Fungi and mycotoxins occurrence in edible figs (fresh and dried) and during storage Minufiya J. Agric. Res.; 24(2): 549.
  54. Sahab AF, Aly SE, Amra HA, Mohamed MI, 1999. Incidence of toxigenic Fusarium moniliforme isolates on corn and their control by some essential oils. J. Agric. Sci. Mansoura Univ.; 24(5): 2597-2607.
  55. El-Sayed NH, Aly SE, Masoud RA, Mabry T, 1999. Flavonoids and other constituents from Diplotaxis acris (Cruciferae) Revista; 22-31.
  56. Sahab AF, Aly SE, Amra HA, Mohamed MI; 1999. Factors influencing activity of Fusarium moniliforme growth and fumonisin production on some corn cultivars during storage. J. Agric. Sci. Mansoura Univ., 24(5): 2609-2618.
  57. Aly SE, Aboserea NA, Sahab AF, 1998. Antimicrobial activity of Yahaq (Diplotaxis acris) plant extracts and genetic changes of some microorganisms. J. Agric. Sci. Mansoura Univ.; 23(12): 5451- 5458.
  58. AbdAlla EAM, Aly SE, Elewa MIS, Moursy A, Elsayed FM, 1998. Zearalenone and trichothecenes of toxigenic Fusarium isolated from harvested maize ears and stored grains in Egypt. J. Agric. Sci. Mansoura Univ.; 23(11): 4825-4835.
  59. Aboserea NA, Aly SE, Sahab AF, 1998. Genetic control of fumonisin mycotoxin production in Fusarium moniliforme. J. Agric. Sci. Mansoura Univ.; 23(11): 4817.
  60. AbdAlla EAM, Sahab AF, Aly SE, 1997. Formation of mycotoxin by toxigenic fungi isolated from green coffee bean in Egypt. Egypt J. Microbiol.; 32(4): 481-491.
  61. El-Sayed NH, Aly SE, Masoud RA, Mabry T, 1997. Flavonoids of Lonchocarpus speciosus. Asian J. Chem.; 9(4):738-741.
  62. Morsi MK, Bdei AZM, Sahab AF, Aly SE, 1992. Mycological evaluation and aflatoxin detection of some commercial spices and herbs. Egypt. J. Food Sci. Cairo University; 43:35-41.
  63. Morsi MK, Bdei AZM, Sahab AF, Aly SE, 1992. Antimicrobial activity of some volatile and absolute oils and active principals obtained from some umbellererae plants. Egypt. J. Food Sci. Cairo University; 43.