Gamal Ramadan

Faculty of Science
Interests: Molecular and Cellular Immunology,
  • 405 Scopus Citations
  • 56 PubMed Citations

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Ramadan, Gamal
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Prof. Dr. Gamal Ramadan is the Professor of Molecular and Cellular Immunology and the Head of the Physiology Branch at the Zoology Department, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University (Cairo, Egypt). He has completed his D.Sc. (Dr. rer. nat.) in Molecular Immunology from Hannover University (Germany) and postdoctoral studies from Medical College of Wisconsin (USA) in the Blood and Marrow Transplantation Program. He was a guest investigator at the Institute of Virology, Bremen University, Germany (1997-1999) and the Department of Clinical Immunology, Hannover Medical School, Germany (1999-2001). Also, he worked as an Assistant Professor in Blood and Marrow Transplantation Program, Medical College of Wisconsin, WI, USA (from March, 2003 to January, 2005) and an Associated Professor in the Department of Biological Science, College of Science, King Faisal University, Saudi Arabia (from January, 2007 to July, 2012). He has published many papers in highly impacted journals and has been serving as an editorial board member and reviewers of a number of reputed journals. In addition, he got many grants and awards from the Egyptian government and the international scientific congresses and committees as the Research Paper Award in Basic Science (Wisconsin Cancer Centre, 2004), the State Incentive Award in Immunology (Egyptian Government, 2006), and the Highly Cited Researcher Award (Thomson Reuters, 2016). Moreover, he discovered 11 T-cell epitopes for Aspergillus fumigatus that were recorded in the International Immune Epitope Database, La Jolla, CA, USA.


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11-Dec-2009Dendritic cells-based T-cell immune response for the variable region of immunoglobulin light chain of myeloma and lymphoma cell linesRamadan, Gamal 
21-Apr-2012In vitro expansion of human γδ and CD56<sup>+</sup>T-cells by Aspergillus-antigen loaded fast dendritic cells in the presence of exogenous interleukin-12Ramadan, Gamal 
31-Jan-2015Alleviative effects of green and black tea aqueous extracts on cellular oxidative stress and anemia in rat adjuvant-induced arthritisEl-Beih N. ; Ramadan, Gamal ; Talaat R. ; El-Ghffar E. 
41-Feb-2008Stimulation by means of dendritic cells followed by Epstein-Barr virus-transformed B cells as antigen-presenting cells is more efficient than dendritic cells alone in inducing Aspergillus f16-specific cytotoxic T cell responsesZhu F. ; Ramadan, Gamal ; Davies B. ; Margolis D. ; Keever-Taylor C. 
514-Apr-2011Anti-metabolic syndrome and immunostimulant activities of Egyptian fenugreek seeds in diabetic/obese and immunosuppressive rat modelsRamadan, Gamal ; El-Beih N. ; Abd El-Kareem H. 
61-Apr-2017Biochemical alterations in insecticides-treated male albino rats: Potential modulatory effects of a standardized aged garlic extractEl-Beih N. ; Ramadan, Gamal ; Khorshed M. ; Ahmed R. 
71-Feb-2017Anti-inflammatory activity of green versus black tea aqueous extract in a rat model of human rheumatoid arthritisRamadan, Gamal ; El-Beih N. ; Talaat R. ; Abd El-Ghffar E. 
82004The proliferative response of T cells to Aspergillus antigen requires prior presentation on dendritic cellsRamadan, Gamal 
91-Dec-2008Epstein-Barr virus-transformed B-cells as efficient antigen presenting cells to propagate Aspergillus-specific cytotoxic T-lymphocytesRamadan, Gamal 
102003V<sup>L</sup>IgMM transgene expression in DC via a GPI-anchor using a novel retroviral vector induces an in vitro autologous T-cell proliferation restricted to MHC class I moleculesRamadan, Gamal ; Schmidt R. ; Schubert J. 
111-Jun-2013Preventive effects of egyptian sweet marjoram (Origanum majorana L.) leaves on haematological changes and cardiotoxicity in isoproterenol-treated albino ratsRamadan, Gamal ; El-Beih N. ; Arafa N. ; Zahra M. 
121-Feb-2005Generation of Th1 T cell responses directed to a HLA Class II restricted epitope from the Aspergillus f16 allergenRamadan, Gamal ; Davies B. ; Kurup V. ; Keever-Taylor C. 
131-Jan-2004Generation of Aspergillus- and CMV-specific T-cell responses using autologous fast DCRamadan, Gamal ; Konings S. ; Kurup V. ; Keever-Taylor C. 
141-Aug-2011Anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties of curcuma longa (turmeric) versus Zingiber officinale (ginger) rhizomes in rat adjuvant-induced arthritisRamadan, Gamal ; Al-Kahtani M. ; El-Sayed W. 
151-Jan-2003Diagnosis of Fasciola gigantica in snail using the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) assayMostafa O. ; Taha H. ; Ramadan, Gamal 
1629-Aug-2001In vitro generation of human CD86<sup>+</sup>dendritic cells from CD34<sup>+</sup>haematopoietic progenitors by PMA and in serum-free mediumRamadan, Gamal ; Schmidt R. ; Schubert J. 
171-Jan-2001Erratum: In vitro generation of human CD86+ dendritic cells from CD34+ haematopoietic progenitors by PMA and in serum-free medium (Clinical Experimental Immunology (2001) 125 (237-244))Ramadan, Gamal ; Schmidt R. ; Schubert J. 
181-Jan-2014Fast monocyte-derived dendritic cell-based immunotherapyRamadan, Gamal 
191-Mar-2017Aged garlic extract ameliorates immunotoxicity, hematotoxicity and impaired burn-healing in malathion- and carbaryl-treated male albino ratsRamadan, Gamal ; El-Beih N. ; Ahmed R. 
201-Apr-2013Protective effects of ginger-turmeric rhizomes mixture on joint inflammation, atherogenesis, kidney dysfunction and other complications in a rat model of human rheumatoid arthritisRamadan, Gamal ; El-Menshawy O.