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Name
Khaled Dabour
Professional Info
Highest Degree
Master
Job Category
Biologist
Affiliation Info
Institute
Tanta university, Faculty of Science
Country
Egypt
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About / Bio

Beekeeping, sampling of honey and bee products andrearing of honey bee workers under laboratory conditions with modified means of examination.

Histology, histochemistry, PCR, Protein quantification and enzymes activities Assays (AChE).

Samples extraction and cleanup for heavy metals nanoparticles analysis.

Skills:

SPSS, Graphprism, Ms Word, Ms PowerPoint, Ms Excel, Origin Pro, ChemBio Office, adobe Photoshop, adobe illustrator, Internet E-marketing, Web design

List of Publications:

AL Naggar, Y., Dabour, K., Masry, S., Sadek, A., Naiem, E., & Giesy, J. P. (2018). Sublethal effects of chronic exposure to CdO or PbO nanoparticles or their binary mixture on the honey bee (Apis millefera). Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 1-12.

Dabour, K., Al Naggar, Y., Masry, S., Naiem, E., & Giesy, J. P. (2019). Cellular alterations in midgut cells of honey bee workers (Apis millefera) exposed to sublethal concentrations of CdO or PbO nanoparticles or their binary mixture. Science of the Total Environment, 651, 1356-1367.

Interests
BEEBOOK, Sustainable bee breeding