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التواصل الاجتماعي

الباحث العلمي

د. مصطفى محمد عمر عبدالرحيم

  • المؤهل العلمي: دكتوراة
  • الدرجة العلمية: استاذ مساعد
  • كلية العلوم - جامعة الزيتونة

ملخص

مصطفى عبدالرحيم هو احد اعضاء هيئة التدريس بقسم التقنية الحيوية بكلية كلية العلوم. يعمل السيد مصطفى عبدالرحيم بجامعة الزيتونة كـاستاذ مساعد منذ 2015-09-01 وله العديد من المنشورات العلمية في مجال تخصصه. وقد تقلد العديد من المناصب الإدارية بالكلية و الجامعة منها وكيل الشئون العلمية بكلية العلوم بني وليد و رئيس قسم علم الحيوان و رئيس قسم التقنية الحيوية و ايضا عضوا في لجنة الدراسة لذاتية بمكتب الجودة بالجامعة.

المؤهلات

3 ,2011

دكتوراة

دكتوراة في العلوم الحيوية والطفيليات
جامعة كارديف ببريطانيا

4 ,2004

ماجستير

إدارة المستشفيات
جامعة لندن ساووت بنك ببريطانيا

12 ,2002

ماجستير

علم الطفيليات و نواقل الأمراض الجزيئي
جامعة سالفورد ببريطانيا

8 ,1999

بكالوريوس

علم الحيوان
جامعة طرابلس

الخبرة

2015 - 0

استاذ مشارك في علم الطفيليات - قسم التقنية الحيوية بكلية العلوم

استإذ مشارك من 1- 9 -2019 استاذ مساعد من 1- 9- 2105 الي 1-9-2019 عضو هيئة التدريس بجامعة الزيتونة

المنشورات

Mostafa Abdoarrahem (2015) Germination genes of Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. Israelensis. Germany, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis is the most important biological insecticide for the control of mosquito vectors of disease. This bacterium produces toxins during sporulation that cause larval death by lysis of cells in their midgut. The pBtoxis plasmid of B. thuringiensis subsp. israelensis encodes all the mosquitocidal toxins and a number of other coding sequences. The plasmid also carries potential germination genes organised in a single ger operon. Comparison of the germination responses of spores from strains with and without pBtoxis revealed that this plasmid could promote activation of the spores under alkaline conditions but not following heat treatment. Introduction of the ger operon on a recombinant plasmid to the plasmidless strain established this operon as the first with an identified role in alkaline activation
Mostafa Abdoarrahem, (6-2015)
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Genetic basis for alkaline activation of germination in Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis (2009) MM Abdoarrahem, K Gammon, BN Dancer, C Berry Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 75 (19), 6410-6413

Differences in activation between spores from strains of Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis with and without the toxin-encoding plasmid pBtoxis are demonstrated. Following alkaline activation, the strain bearing pBtoxis shows a significantly greater germination rate. Expression of just three genes constituting a previously identified, putative ger operon from this plasmid is sufficient to produce the same phenotype and characterizes this operon as a genetic determinant of alkaline activation.
MM Abdoarrahem, (10-2009)
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Livestock Hydatid Disease (Cystic Hydatidosis) in Libya: A Review (2016). Mostafa M. Abdorrahem and Kawther M. Ibrahem Mohamed M. Ibrahem, Wafa M. Ibrahem. American Journal of Animal and Veterinary Sciences 11 (2), 70-84

Cystic hydatid disease is an infection caused by the larval stage of a cestode parasite called Echinococcus granulosus. Hydatid cysts are one of the major parasitic infections in Libya that causes many health problems to human and responsible for economic losses because of the condemnation of the slaughtered animals infected viscera as well as reducing the quality and quantity of the livestock other productions such as milk, wool and meat. Many abattoir investigations in Libya have revealed that, cystic hydatidosis is a disease which infect a wide range of animal species with variable rates of infection, for example, sheep (1.6 to 40%), goats (5.6 to 70%), cattle (2.7 to 56%) and camels (2.7 to 48%). Based on the available abattoirs data, cystic echinococcosis in livestock can be classified as hyper endemic in the country as the infection rate in all animal species reached almost 50% or over which fulfill the WHO criteria. Because of the absence of accurate and updated government records in all abattoirs, it is difficult to estimate the exact economic losses due to cystic hydatidosis in livestock. Diagnosis of the parasite larval stage (hydatid disease) in the living intermediate hosts (ante mortem) is basically by using imaging and serological methods, while after slaughtering the animals (post mortem), the examination of hydatid cysts can be by inspection of several expected infected organs mainly liver and lungs and to some extent other organs including spleen, kidneys, heart, brain and bones of the animal carcasses. Prevention of cystic hydatid disease primarily focusing on veterinary investigations for controlling the extent and the intensity of echinococcosis in the definitive host populations, which indirectly may lead to control the prevalence of hydatid disease in the intermediate host animals. Treatment of cystic hydatidosis in livestock is still under investigation but anti-helminthes drugs can be used. Regular treatment, taking high degree of precautions when handling pets or dealing with animal meat must be taken into consideration to minimize the level of infection and egg excretion as well as the vaccination of ruminant intermediate hosts, are all in evaluation.
Mostafa M. Abdorrahem and Kawther M. Ibrahem Mohamed M. Ibrahem, Wafa M. Ibrahem, (5-2016)
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The prevalence of HBV, HCV and HIV infections in immigrants and associated risks for local community in BaniWalid. (2019). Mostafa M. O. Abdoarrahem , Hanan M Mahmoud, Zahra M. E. Abognida , Ayman F. Alhouadi (2019)EPH - International Journal of Applied S

Since 2011, the number of illegal immigrants has dramatically increased from African counties to Libya, where they prepare for their journey through the Mediterranean sea to Europe. Before migration, they stay for a period of time and work in Libyan cities and may contact the local community through various means. BaniWalid is a small city with a population of 120,000, receives thousands of immigrants every month, the majority of them come from countries known with endemic diseases. The study was carried out during the period from March to June 2016, with the help of Baniwalid healthcare office and non-governmental foreigners’ registration office in BaniWalid. Blood samples of 1511 immigrants from 24 nationalities were tested for infectious diseases including HBV, HCV and HIV using Rapid test kit and positive results were confirmed by ELISA. The aim of this work was to find out the prevalence in immigrants and associated risk for local community. The study found high prevalence of HBV and the results were 6.68%, 3.51% and 0.967% positive for HBV, HCV and HIV respectively. The prevalence of infection rate for each nationality was established to find the high risk group. The finding indicates that the increased contact with immigrants will represent high risks for the local community. The paper suggests that Libyan health service providers must think differently and focus on educating local community about prevention, transmission, symptoms, treatment and control of infectious diseases as the first line of defense.
Mostafa M. O. Abdoarrahem , Hanan M Mahmoud, Zahra M. E. Abognida , Ayman F. Alhouadi , (5-2019)
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