Salam A. Ibrahim

TitleProfessor

DepartmentFamily and Consumer Sciences

Phone336-285-4860

Emailibrah001@ncat.edu

OfficeCarver Hall
Room: 171

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Salam A. Ibrahim

Education

Postdoc: Biochemsitry, University of Minnesota, 1999

Postdoc: Biochemsitry, Rush University Medical Center, 1997

Postdoc: Biochemsitry, Rush University Medical Center, 1993

Ph D: Animal Science, University of Kentucky, 1991

MS: Dairy Science, University of Georgia, 1987

BS: Food Science and Technology, University of Mosul, 1984


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Recent Publications

Issa,  Aseel  Schimmel,  Keith  Worku,  Mulumebet  Shahbazi,  Abolghasem  Ibrahim,  Salam  Tahergorabi,  Reza  ( 2018).  Sweet Potato Starch-Based Nanocomposites: Development, Characterization, and Biodegradability.  ( 7-8,  70,  ).   STARCH-STARKE.

Ibrahim,  Salam  ( 2018).  Choline kinase, a novel drug target for the inhibition of Streptococcus pneumoniae.  ( 4,  6,  pp. 20-28).   Antibiotics.

Ibrahim,  Salam  ( 2018).  Effects of pyrimidine nucleosides on growth performance, gut morphology, digestive enzymes, serum biochemical indices and immune response in broiler chickens.  ( 204,  pp. 1-6).   Livestock Science.

Ibrahim,  Salam  ( 2018).  Isolation and characterization of microcrystalline cellulose from.  ( 111,  pp. 717-721).   International journal of biological macromolecules.

Ibrahim,  Salam  ( 2018).  Chemical properties of vacuum-fried Pleurotus eryngii during storage and characterization of brown pigment.  ( 3,  20,  pp. S2349–S2358).   International Journal of Food Properties.

Issa,  Aseel  Schimmel,  Keith  Worku,  Mulumebet  Abolghasem,  Shahbazi  Ibrahim,  Salam  Tahergorabi,  Reza  ( 2018).  Sweet Potato Starch‐Based Nanocomposites: Development, Characterization and Biodegradability.    Starch‐Stärke.

Ibrahim,  Salam  ( 2018).  Enhanced sanitation standard operating procedures have limited impact on Listeria monocytogenes prevalence in retail delis.  ( 11,  80,  pp. 1903-1912).   Journal of food protection.

Ibrahim,  Salam  ( 2018).  Plants of the Genus Zingiber as a Source of Bioactive Phytochemicals: From Tradition to Pharmacy.  ( 12,  22,  ).   Molecules 2017, 22(12), 2145.

Ibrahim,  Salam  ( 2017).  Effect of dietary polyphenol-rich grape seed on growth performance, antioxidant capacity and ileal microflora in broilerchicks.  ( 101,  pp. 1-8).   Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition.

Ibrahim,  Salam  ( 2017).  Autolyse the cell in order to save it? Inducing, then blocking, autolysis as a strategy for delaying cell death in the probiotic Lactobacillus reuteri.  ( 10,  39,  pp. 1547-1555).   Biotechnology letters.

Ibrahim,  Salam  ( 2017).  Carob pods (Ceratonia siliqua L.) improve growth performance, antioxidant status and caecal characteristics in growing rabbits.  ( 101,  pp. 1307-1315).   Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition.

Ibrahim,  Salam  ( 2017).  Effect of in ovo injection of threonine on immunoglobulin A gene expression in the intestine of Japanese quail at hatch.  ( 1,  101,  pp. 10-14).   Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition.

Ibrahim,  Salam  ( 2017).  Effect of purine nucleosides on growth performance, gut morphology, digestive enzymes, serum profile and immune response in broiler chickens.  ( 5,  58,  pp. 536-543).   British poultry science.

Ibrahim,  Salam  ( 2017).  Effects of Acidified Yeast and Whey Powder on Performance, Organ Weights, Intestinal Microflora, and Gut Morphology of Male Broilers.  ( 2,  19,  pp. 309-316).   Revista Brasileira de Ciência Avícola.

Ibrahim,  Salam  ( 2017).  Combination of purine and pyrimidine nucleosides influences growth performance, gut morphology, digestive enzymes, serum biochemical indices and immune functions in broiler chickens.  ( 228,  pp. 186-193).   Animal Feed Science and Technology.

Issa,  Aseel   Ibrahim,  Salam  Tahergorabi,  Reza  ( 2017).  Impact of Sweet Potato Starch-based Nanocomposite Films Activated with Thyme Essential Oil on the Shelf-life of Baby Spinach Leaves.  ( 43,  6,  ).   Foods.