Amany Ahmed Arafa Ahmed

National Research Centre, Egypt

PhD degree in Veterinary Medical Science, Microbiology, Associate Professor of Microbiology and Immunology of Microbiology and Immunology Department


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Researcher ID: AAF-6215-2019



Selected Publications:

  1. Ali, E. A., Abo-Salem, H. M., Arafa, A. A., Nada, A. A. (2023). Chitosan Schiff base electrospun fabrication and molecular docking assessment for nonleaching antibacterial nanocomposite production. Cellulose, 30(6), 3505–3522. doi:

  2. Samy, A. A., Arafa, A. A., Hedia, R. H., Ibrahim, E. S. (2022). Multiple Drug Resistance Salmonella and Antibiotic Residues in Egyptian Animal Products. World’s Veterinary Journal, 363–373.

  3. Arafa, A. A., Hedia, R. H., Dorgham, S. M., Ibrahim, E. S., Bakry, M. A., Abdalhamed, A. M., Abuelnaga, A. S. M. (2022). Determination of extended-spectrum β-lactamase-producing Klebsiella pneumoniae isolated from horses with respiratory manifestation. Veterinary World, 827–833. doi:

  4. Mostafa Abdalhamed, A., Zeedan, G. S. G., Ahmed Arafa, A., Shafeek Ibrahim, E., Sedky, D., Abdel nabey Hafez, A. (2022). Detection of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus in Clinical and Subclinical Mastitis in Ruminants and Studying the Effect of Novel Green Synthetized Nanoparticles as One of the Alternative Treatments. Veterinary Medicine International, 2022, 1–14. doi:

  5. Abuelnaga, A. S. M., Ata, N. S., Abd EL-Razik, K. A. E.-H., Hedia, R. H., Soliman, M. M. H., Kandil, M. M., Elgabry, E. A.-E., Arafa, A. A. (2022). Microbiological Evaluation and Molecular Discrimination of Milk Samples from Humans and Different Animals. World’s Veterinary Journal, 09–18. doi:

  6. Ibrahim, E. S., Arafa, A. A., Dorgam, S. M., Eid, R. H., Atta, N. S., El-Dabae, W. H., Gaber, E. S. (2022). Molecular characterization of genes responsible for biofilm formation in Staphylococcus aureus isolated from mastitic cows. Veterinary World, 205–212. doi:

  7. Zidan, T., Arafa, A., Hefny, Y. (2021). Cationic copolymers based on styrene and N,N-dimethylaminoethyl methacrylate for antibacterial activity applications. Egyptian Journal of Chemistry, 65 (1), 125–132. doi: