Professor Mansour Alsaid

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Curriculum Vitae
 Professor Dr. Mansour bin Sulaiman bin Ibrahim Alsaid
 Department of Pharmacognosy
College of Pharmacy
King Saud University (KSU)
P.O. Box 2457
Riyadh 11451
Saudi Arabia

Name:                    Professor Mansour bin Sulaiman bin Ibrahim Alsaid
 
Place of birth:        Southern Village – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
 
Date of birth:         17th March, 1953.
 
Marital Status:       Married,   children.
 
Address:                P. O. Box 2457, Riyadh 11451, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Tel:  + 966 1 4677260 (Office)
Fax: + 966 1 4677245
Email: msalsaid@ksu.edu.sa
 
URL :                     http : faculty.ksu.edu.sa/alsaid/default.aspx
 
 
 
The Title of the Ph. D. Thesis:
 
          “Tropane Alkaloids of Erythroxylum Species of Mauritius”
 
          Awarded by: Nottingham University, Nottingham, United Kingdom.
 
 
Academic History:
 
 

1414 H to Present Professor, Department of Pharmacognosy, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
1408 – 1414 H Associate Professor Department of Pharmacognosy, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
1402 – 1408 H Assistant Professor Department of Pharmacognosy, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
1398 – 1402 H Ph.D. Scholarship in UK from KSU.
1397 H Teaching Assistant, Department of Pharmacognosy, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

 
 
Administrative History
 

1436 H-todate Member of Alfaisal University Trustees Board.
1433-1434 H Head of KSU Rector Consultative Committee.
1431 H-todate Vice-President of Arab East Colleges for Higher Studies.
1430 H-todate Director of Medicinal, Aromatic and Poisonous Plants Research Center (MAPPRC).
1427 to 1430 H Chairman of KSU Scientific Council, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
1427 to 1430 H Secretary General of KSU council, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
1427 to 1430 H Rector Deputy for Graduate Studies and Scientific Research, KSU, Riyadh KSA.
1424 – 1427 H Rector Deputy for Studies, Development and Follow up, KSU, Riyadh KSA.
1419 – 1424 H Dean of College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, KSA.
1418 – 1420 H Director of Medicinal, Aromatic And Poisonous Plants Research Center (MAPPRC) 
1410 – 1413 H Dean of the Student Affairs deanship, KSU, Riyadh, KSA.
1406 – 1410 H Deputy Dean of the Student Affairs deanship for Scientific & Cultural Activities, KSU, Riyadh, KSA.
1402 – 1405 H Secretary of the Council of the Department of Pharmacognosy, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

 
 Teaching Assignments
 
-        Teaching of Pharmacognosy courses at graduate and undergraduate programs levels.
-        Teaching CAM courses to Pharm.D. students.
-        Part - time lectures to Prince Naief University students in Criminal Science Laboratory.
-        Lectures on Medicinal Plants addressed to Private Sector Pharmacists.
-        Lectures on Alternative Medicine and Herbal Medicinal Plants in Public or Conferences.
 
Awards and Honours
 

1437 H Commendation Letter from the Dean, College of Pharmacy, KSU.
1436 H Certificate of Commendation from the Dean, College of Pharmacy, KSU.
1435 H Commendation Certificate from KSU Vice-President for Higher Studies and Scientific Research.
1435 H Patent certificate from European Patent Office.
1430 H King Saud University Gold Medal.
1427 H Letter of Commendation and a shield from the President of the Saudi Food & Drug Authority.
1426 H Letter of Commendation from The General Secretary of the Saudi Antismoking Charitable Association, Riyadh, KSA.
1426 H Awarded the best book translated to Arabic in the field of science by Kuwait Establishment for Science Advancement.
1426 H The best book translated into Arabic Prize from Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences (KFAS).
1425 H Letter of Commendation from the Deputy Supervisor of King Abdulaziz Public Library, Riyadh, KSA.
1425 H Certificate of Commendation from His Excellency KSU Rector, KSA.   
1422 H Letter of Commendation from the General Director of the General Directorate of Education of Riyadh District and the Director Talented Students Centre, KSA.
1422 H Letter of Commendation from the Secretary of the Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in the Arab World
1422 H Letter of Commendation from HE Minister of Ministry of Health, KSA 
1422 H Certificate & Letter of Commendation from WHO, Geneva.
1421 H Certificate of Commendation from His Excellency KSU Rector.
1418 H Letter of Commendation from HRH Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz, the Premier and the Minister of MODA, KSA.
1417 H Letter of Commendation from the Deputy Minister of The Ministry of Information, KSA.
1415 H Letter of Commendation from High Commission Office to Collect Donations for Bosnia and Hirsch.
1413 H Letter of Commendation from Disabled Children’s Association Board Chairman
1412 H Shield from the National Committee of Narcotics Control
1412 H Letter of Commendation from the National Committee of Narcotics Control
1409 H Certificate & Letter of Commendation from the General Administration of Narcotics Control, MOI, KSA.
1398 – 1402 H PhD Scholarship from KSU to Nottingham University, Nottingham, UK.

 
 Professional and Academic Assignments
 

1436 H-todate Member of Alfaisal University Board of Trustees.
1433-1434 H Consultant to KSU Rector.
1431 H-todate Member of Alfaisal Colleges Board of Directors.
1430 H-todate Director of MAPPRC.
1430-1435 H Head of the Consultative Committee, College of Pharmacy, KSU.
1428 to 1430 H Head of committee for research excellence and publication  committee
1429 to 1430 H Head of the team to transfer scientific and printing administration to King Saud  University press 
1425 – 1427 H President of the Permanent Organizing Committee for Celebrating the University Golden Jubilee, KSU, KSA.
1425 – 1427 H Member of the Permanent High Committee for Celebrating the University Golden Jubilee, KSU, KSA
1425 H Member of Consultation Committee of the 2nd International Symposium on Aromatic and Medicinal Plants – India.
1424 H Member of the Founding Committee of the Saudi National Narcotics Control Committee, KSA.
1424 – 1427 H President of the Permanent Committee of KSU Website.
1424 – 1427 H President of the Permanent Committee of the 5th Week of the University and society, KSU, KSA.
1424 – 1427 H President of the Permanent Committee of KSU Document Centre, KSU, KSA.
1424 H President of the Permanent Committee for the preparation of the five years plan (1425H – 1430H), KSU, KSA.
1423 to 1429 H Member of the Narcotics Control National Strategy Committee, KSA.
1423 H Member of the Scientific Committee of the International symposium of Alternative Medicine, Armed Forces Hospital Taif & Hadda, KSA.
1422 H -1428 H Member of the Permanent Regulatory Committee for the selection of candidates for promotion between rank 11 to rank 14, KSU, KSA.
1422 H Member of the Expert Committee of King Faisal College of Pharmacy Foundation, KSA.
1422 H Member of the Committee to discuss the Arab World High Education Development Strategy and to amend and recommend a future.
1422 H Secretary of Treatment, Rehabilitation and Integration Committee – Saudi Narcotics Control Committee, MOI, KSA.                                                     
1422 H Member of the Permanent Follow up Committee, KSU.
1421 H Member of the Committee of “Brain Storm Seminar” Organized by Knowledge House (Dar Al Marifa) for Human Resources Development, Riyadh, KSA.
1421 H Member of the Committee to Determine Pharmacy Logo.
1421 H Member of the Scientific Organizing Committee of the International symposium on Traditional Medicine in China in Collaboration with WHO Beijing, China.
1420 H Member of the High Committee of the 5th International Saudi Pharmaceutical Conference Held in DQ, Riyadh, KSA.
1417 H Annual Report Secretary, KSA.
1414 – 1415 H Member of the Ministry of High Education Students Subsidies Committee, MOHE, KSA.
1412 H Member of the End of Service Award Committee, KSU, KSA.
1412 H Member of the Permanent Committee for regulating the admission of students on scholarships or grants, KSU, KSA.
1412 H Supervisor of the1st Anti Smoking Week in the University, KSU, KSA.
1409H-1420 H Member of Al Mursallat Health Care Centre’s Friend Committee, Riyadh, KSA.  
1416 – 1420 H Secretary of the Talented and Demonstrators Committee, College of Pharmacy, KSU.
14 09– 1411 H Secretary of the Talented and Demonstrators Committee, College of Pharmacy, KSU.
1409 – 1419 H Member of Drugs Narcotic Scientific Committee.
1408 H Member of the Fathers Council of Obai ibn Saad School, Riyadh, KSA.
14 07 H Director of Summer Activity, KSU.
1406 H Deputy Director of Summer Activity, KSU.
1405 – 1407 H Member of the Permanent Committee for Demonstrators Selection and Recruitment, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
1405 – 1406 H Member of the Committee to Study & Follow up the College of Pharmacy Graduates, KSU.
1405 – 1407 H Secretary of the Library Committee, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
1405 – 1408 H Secretary of the Staff Affairs Committee, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
1404 – 1405 H Member of the Staff Affairs Committee, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
1404 – 1405 H Member of Final Examination Process Committee, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
1404 – 1405 H Member of College of Pharmacy Manual Committee, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
1404 – 1424 H Drug museum Supervisor, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
1403– 1405 H Member of Volunteers remuneration regulations Committee, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
1403 – 1404 H Editor in Chief of the Student Magazine, Student Affairs Deanship, KSU.
1403 – 1407 H Supervisor of the Scientific Unit, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
1403– 1405 H Students Scientific Domestic Tours Supervisor, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
1403– 1404 H Member and Liaison Officer of the University 4th Plan Working Group, KSU.
1403– 1413 H Academic Counselor, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
1403– 1406 H Member of the Occupational Relations and Continuing Education Committee, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
1403– 1404 H Member of the Scientific Services Committee, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
1403– 1404 H General Supervisor of the Cultural Activities in KSU and the University representative in the Activities Council, KSU.
1403 – 1405 H Member of the Executive Preparatory Committee of the 3rd Drug Symposium in KSA and the Secretary of the Media Committee for the symposium.
1402– 1404 H Member of Community Services Committee, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
1402 – 1403 H Member of the Faculty Final Examinations Process Committee, College of Pharmacy, KSU
1402 -1403 H Member of the Committee to constitute the Saudi Pharmaceutical Society (SPS)
1402 – 1425 H Secretary of the Board of the Department of Pharmacognosy, College of Pharmacy, KSU, KSA.
1402– 1406 H Supervisor of the Cultural Activities Committee, College of Pharmacy, KSU, KSA.

 
Scientific and Professional Association Membership
 
1.               Member of the American Society of Pharmacognosy. 
2.               Member of the Saudi Biological Society (SBS).
3.               Member of the Saudi Pharmaceutical Society.
4.               Member of the Asian Advanced Medical Sciences Research Centre.
5.               Member of Natural Drugs Association, UK.
6.               Member of the International Association of Science of Traditional Asian Medicine, Japan.
7.               Member of the Scientific Society of Pharmacy Colleges in the Arab World, Damascus, Syria.
8.               Founding Member of the Saudi Anti Smoking Charitable Association.
9.               Member of the Consultation Committee of the Commission on Scientific Signs of Qur’an, Riyadh Office, KSA.
10.           Member of the International Society for the History of Islamic Medicine, Qatar.
11.           Honour Member of The Saudi Osteoporosis Club (SOC)
12.           Honour Member of the Saudi Nuclear Medicine Club.
 
Councils Membership
 

1403 – 1407 H Member of Students Fund Council, KSU.
1410 -1413 H Head of the Board of Directors of Students Fund Council, KSU.
1404 – 1405 H The College of Pharmacy council member, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, KSA.
1414 – 1417 H The College of Pharmacy council member, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, KSA.
1404 – 1408 H Member of Council of the Reach Centre, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, KSA
1410 -1419 H Council of the Reach Centre, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, KSA.
1404 – 1408 H Member of the Medicinal, Aromatic And Poisonous Plants Research Center, (MAPPRC), College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, KSA.
1410 – 1413 H Member of KSU Council, KSU.
1419 H to Present  Member of KSU Council, KSU.
1412 – 1417 H Member of the Board of Saudi Arabian Boy Scouts Association, KSA.
1420 H to present Member of the Consultation Commission of the Arab Pharmaceutical Science Magazine, Damascus, Syria.
1427 H to present Member of the Consultation Commission of Security Research Magazine issued by Research and Studies Centre, King Fahd Security College, Riyadh, KSA.
1427 to1430 H Chairman of The Scientific Council, KSU, KSA.
1427 to 1430 H The President of the Permanent Committee for Teaching Assistants, Lecturers and Languages Instructors Affairs, KSU.
1427 to 1430 H President of the University Committee at Janadria Festival.
1427 to 1430 H President of KSU’s Permanent Committee of Deputation
1427 to 1430 H President of KSU’s Permanent Committee of Scholarships and Training.
1428 H to present Member of the Consultation Commission of the International Magazine for Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Qassim University, KSA.
1427 to 1430 H Member of the High Consultation Commission for Advanced Strategic Technologies, King A.Aziz City for Science and Technology (KACST), KSA
1428 H Member of the Consultation Commission of the Alternative Medicine Magazine, KSA.
1431 H – date Member of Arab East Colleges Board of Directors.
1433 – 1434 H Head of KSU Rector Consultative Committee.
1436 H – date Member of Alfaisal University Board of Trustees.

 
 Arbitration of Books, Projects and Researches
 
Arbitration of Books, Projects and Researches and monographs of WHO, General Directorate of Narcotics, King A.Aziz City for Science and Technology (KACST), and Scientific Research to Security Magazine issued by General Directorate of Public Relation and Guidance, MOI, KSA, and Research arbitration for the Arab Pharmaceutical Science Magazine, Damascus, Syria, and, also, Supervises Student Graduation Projects, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, KSA.  Member of a number of Scientific Research Projects sponsored by the Deanship of Scientific Research, KSU.
 

Domestic Assignments in KSA
 

1404 H Member of the delegate of the College of Pharmacy, KSU to visit pharmaceutical Solution Industry plant in Jeddah, KSA.
1405 H Member of KSAU team that was tasked to pay orientation visits to the students of Secondary Schools in Riyadh.
1407 H Head of KSU delegate participating in Saudi Universities Cultural Event, King Fahd, Dhahran, KSA.
1408 H Participation in the 3rd Festival of Poetry & Fiction of the GCC States Organized by the General Presidency of Youth in Abha, KSA.
1408 H KSU representative to the Meeting of the Rector Deputies of the Student Affairs Deanships of Saudi Universities.  
1409 H KSU representative to the Meeting of the Rector Deputies of the Student Affairs Deanships of Saudi Universities.
1411 H Member of KSU delegate to visit Northern Region of the KSA that was invited by MODA Information Committee.  
1412 H Head of KSU delegate to the 5th Meeting of the Rector Deputies of the Student Affairs Deanships of GCC Universities at Imam Mohammed Bin Saud Islamic University, Riyadh, KSA.
1413 H KSU representative to the meeting of the Organizing Sport Committee of the GCC Universities 1st Sport Championship, Jeddah, KSA.
1416 H Companion of Monbilia University and Michael Laboratories during their visit to the University.
1424 H KSU representative to receive Prince Faisal bin Bandr for the best scientific dissertation on Palms 
1424 H KSU representative in “the Committee for Distance and eLearning “formed by the Ministry of Higher Education, KSA.
1427 – 1430 H Attended a number of KSU Scientific Societies meetings.
1430 H Visit to KAUST – Thoul.
1432 H Visit to Nagran University
1433 H Visit Hail University.

 

Assignments Abroad
 

1406 H Head of KSU delegate participating in the 2nd GCC Universities Cultural Festival organized by Al Ain University, Abu Dhabi, UAE.
1413 H KSU representative to the Meeting of the Rector Deputies of the Student Affairs Deanships of GCC Universities held in Kuwait University, Kuwait.
1420 H KSU representative to the Meeting of the Deans of Colleges of Pharmacy in the Arab world, Tanta University, Egypt.
1421 H Visit to the Islamic Organization of Medical Sciences, Kuwait.
1422 H KSU representative to the Meeting of the Deans of Colleges of Pharmacy in the Arab world, Amman, Jordon.
1423 H KSU representative to the Congress of the Colleges of Pharmacy in the Arab world, College of Pharmacy, Ajman University of Science & Technology, UAE.
1425 H KSU representative to the 12th Conference of the International Association of Universities (IAU), Sau Palo, Brazil.
1428 H Head of KSU delegate to the 40th congress of the Association of Arab Universities held in Sana’a, Yemen.
1428 H KSU representative in the 1st Scientific Meeting to the Saudi Students in UK and Ireland held in New Castle.
1428 H Member of MOHE delegate to visit UK universities in response to the British Council invitation.
1428 H Member of MOFA delegate to participate in the Saudi/British Forum in London: “Two Kingdoms Dialogue – Kingdoms Shared Challenges”.
1429 H Member of KSU team for the 2na Saudi students conferment held in Leeds, U.K.
1429 H KSU representative in the 60th conference on the international association of universities – Utrecht- Holland 15-18/7/2008. 
1430 H KSU representative in the 3rd  Saudi students in U.K. Ireland meeting –Surrey , U.K
1430 H KSU representative to visit Oxford, Cambridge, Manchester University Press.
1432 H The Chairman of the Middle East Pharmacists Meeting, Cairo, Egypt.
1436 H Member of KSU team to visit London University College, U.K.
1436 H Member of the College of Pharmacy team – KSU to visit Kew Botanical Gardens, London, U.K.

 

Scientific Research Projects
 

1404 – 1407 H Co – Investigator of “Folk Medicine subsided by King A.Aziz City for Science and Technology (KACST), Riyadh, KSA.
1407 – 1411 H Member of the Datura Project Team, MOH, KSA.
1414 – 1416 H Principle Investigator of a research entitled:” Microbic Changes of Phytoestrogens” supported by Research Centre, College of Pharmacy, KSU. 
1417 – 1422 H Principle Investigator of a research entitled:” Micro-Propagation (Tissues Plant) to Produce Effective Substances from Medicinal Plants” supported by KACST.
1424 – 1427 H Member of Teaching Staff Appraisal Project
1433 H – date Co-Investigator of a project entitled: "Novel Quinazolinone, Quinoline and Thienopyrimidine Derivatives Containing Biologically Active Sulfonamide Moiety as a new Class of Antineoplastic Agents", (KACST).
1434 H – date Phytochemical and Biological Evaluation of an Ethnopharmacologically Selected Medicinal Plants for their Major Classes of Phytochemicals and Biological Activities – Deanship of Scientific Research – KSU.   RGP-VPP-262.
1434 H – date Anticancer Agents – Deanship of Scientific Research – KSU.    Pr. No. 302.

 
 
Workshops and Training
 

1437 H Webinar entitled: “Understanding Innovation in a Competitive Online Learning Environment,” presented in U.S.A. by Dr. Richard Feenstra.
1436 H Work through Innovation, College of Medicine – KSU.
1436 H Workshop:  Establishing and Distribution of Electronic Content – Deanship of Electronic Education – KSU.
1436 H Workshop:  Developing Institutional Leadership; Deanship of Skills Development Deanship, KSU.
1436 H Bruker Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer – College of Pharmacy – KSU.
1435 H Attending the workshop “Innovation Industry,” the Japanese Experience – KSU.
1434 H Head of a scientific session in the workshop entitled: “The Challenges Facing Scientific research in KSU.”
1434 H Attending a brain-storming session about the Development of Research in Vice-Rector Office.
1432 H Head of MEA Regional Meeting – Cairo – Egypt.
1431 H Attend Workshop in Dubai – UAE.
1430 H Attend workshop in Kuwait – strategic leadership.
1426 H Attend “Efficient Management Skills” Workshop. U.A.E.
1425 H General supervisor of “Administrative Correspondences Process Evaluation” Workshop, KSU, Riyadh, KSA.
1425 H General supervisor of “Modern Technology Educational Applications’ workshop, KSA.
1425 H General supervisor of the 2nd meeting of KSU Departments Heads, KSU, Riyadh, KSA.
1424 H Participation in the 2nd workshop for Herbal Medicine Regulation Organized by EMRO, WHO, Abu Dhabi, UAE.
1418 H Attend  a lecture: “  “ John Kutam from Diwnex Company
1403 H Participation in three Forums between Colleges of Pharmacy in KSU and Purdue University, USA, as part of the cooperation program between them.

 
  
Supervision of Graduate Students
 
-       Supervisor of various students for higher studies at the Department of Pharmacognosy, College of Pharmacy, King Saud University.
-       Supervisor of some Medical Students at National Guard Hospital in Jeddah, KSA.
 
 Scientific Expeditions

  • Performed many visits and interviewed with the Folk Medicine practitioners in different parts of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
  • Comprehensive survey Kingdom wide during the “Datura Project” and other related poisonous plants.
  • Performed many Scientific Expeditions Kingdomwide to collect Medicinal Plants, annually.
  • Visited many Pharmaceutical Plants that manufacture Herbal Medicines in Germany, France, Japan and South Africa.
  • Visited Gulf Pharmaceutical Industries (Julphar), Ras Al Khaimah, UAE, 1419 H. 
  • Visited Strategic Saudi Storage Project Site – 1420 H.
  • Visited a Chinese Medicine Hospital – Beijing, China – 1421 H.
  • Visited Gulf Pharmaceutical Industries (Julphar), Ras Al Khaimah, UAE, 1422 H. 
  • Visited Botanical Gardens and Tea Farms in Mauritius Island in the Indian Ocean – 1424 H.
  • Visited the Exhibition & Conference of the Natural Products – Dubai 1426 H.
  • Visited Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences (KFAS) – 1426 H.
  • Visited Botanical Garden Aberdeen University, United Kingdom 1428H.
  • Visited Islamic university- Malaysia 1429 H.
  • Visited Natural Products Exb. Dubai, 1434 H.
  • Visited Botanical Garden in Lublin – Poland, 1436 H.
  • Visited Kew Botanical Gardens in London, U.K. 1436 H.

 
 
Media & Press Activities

  • Write a number of articles to the local Saudi Press.
  • Interviewed by a number of the local Saudi Press.
  • Broadcast Interviews and dialogues by Saudi Broadcast
  • Interviews by Saudi TV Channel One & Two.
  • An interview by the World (Ala’am) Magazine.
  • An Interview with Panorama Channel (1425 H)
  • Many Interviews with Broadcasts & TV channels on the occasion of the Golden Jubilee of KSU (1427 H).
  • Moderates KSU Rector meeting with the University Staff (1428 H).
  • Meeting with Resalat AlJamah, KSU. 1430 H.
  • Meeting with College of Pharmacy students (1431 H).
  • T.V. interview with prep. Year students (1431 H).
  • Meeting with Students of the College of Pharmacy, KSU, 1436 H.

           
 

Mansour S. AL-Said (Ph.D.)
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Books
 

  • Co-author of a book entitled: “Saudi Plants used in Folk Medicine” published by Scientific Research Administration, King A.Aziz City for Science and Technology (KACST), 1987 (1407 H).
  • Co-author of the Encyclopedia of the history of Science, Technology and Medicine in non-western cultures – Hampshire College, Massachusetts State, USA, Published by Kluwer Academic Publishers (1987).
  • Co-author of a book entitled: “Herbal Medicine – Present and Future” – Riyadh (1413 H), Published by the Executive Council of Health Ministers of GCC States.
  • Co-author of a book entitled: "Flora of Saudi Arabia", Riyadh (1419 H), KSA.
  • Co-author of a study entitled:” Herbal Medicine in GCC States – Present and Prospects – 1419 H” Published by the Executive Council of Health Ministers of GCC States.
  • Co-author of a book entitled: “Flora of Arabian Peninsula and socatra”, Riyadh (1419 H), KSA.
  • Co‑author of “the Encyclopedia of Saudi Folk Medicine”, Published by Al Dairah, Riyadh 1413 H, KSA.
  • Co‑author of the Consolidated Regulations of Herbal Drug Registration Code in GCC States, 1422 H – Publisher: “the Executive Board of Health Ministers of GCC States.”
  • Co-author of Volume II on “the Medical & Aromatic Plants” of the book entitled: “Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry”, 2002 (1423 H).
  • Co-author of an Encyclopedia entitled: “The Encyclopedic of Folk Medicine in Saudi Arabia.”

 
 Books Translation
 
Co-author of the translation of the famous book entitled:” Pharmacognosy” by Trease & Evans, 1413H, Published by the Arabian Centre for Arabicization, Translation, Publication and Writing, Damascus, Syria.
 

Scientific Conferences & Symposiums
1.              Drug Control Course - College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Attendance and Lecturer) (1982).
2.              Antibiotics Course - College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Attendance) (1983).
3.              The 8th Saudi Medical Conference -    Riyadh, KSA (1983).
4.              Dermatological and Ophthalmology Diseases & Treatment, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Attendance) (1983).
5.              M.S. Al-Said, “Pharmacognostical and Biological Studies of Prunus mahaleb L.” 7th Symposium on the Biological Aspects of Saudi Arabia, KSU, Qassim (1984).
6.              “Narcotics and its Affects in Society”, KSU, KSA. (1984).
7.              M.S. Al‑Said and M. Tariq, “Studies on Anti-inflammatory Activity of Capparis spinosa.” Fifth Asian Symposium on Medicinal Plants and Spices, Seoul, Korea (1984).
8.              9th Symposium on the Biological Aspects of Saudi Arabia, King Faisal University, Al Hassa, KSA (1984).
9.              M.A. Al-Yahya, M. Tariq, J.S. Mossa, I.A. Al-Meshal and M.S. Al‑Said. “Studies on Toxic Fraction Isolated from Cleome crysantha.” 6th European Symposium on Animal, Plant and Microbial Toxins, Basle, Switzerland (1984).
10.          J.S. Mossa, A.M. Ageel, M.A. Al-Yahya, M.S. Al‑Said and M. Tariq. “Studies on Antiinflammatory Activity of Balsamodendron myrrha, Nees,” International Symposium on Chinese Medicinal Material Research, Hong Kong (1984).
11.          3rd Symposium of Drug in Saudi Arabia, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia(KSA)  -(Attendance) – Member of the Executive Committee and Secretary of the Media and Publication Committee (1984).
12.          M.S. Al‑Said, and M.S. Hifnawy, “Isolation and Identification of Certain Compounds from Prunus mahaleb L. Seeds.” 8th Symposium on the Biological Aspects of Saudi Arabia, King Faisal University, Al‑Hassa (1985).
13.          6th Academic Guidance (Counseling) Seminar, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Attendance) (1985).
14.          A.G. Mekkawi, M.S. Al‑Said, J.S. Mossa, I.A. Al-Meshal, M.S. Hifnawy and M.A. Al-Yahya, “Aromatic Plants of Saudi Arabia. Part II: Essential Oil of Cleome crysantha, Decne.” 8th Symposium on the Biological Aspects of Saudi Arabia, King Faisal University, Al-Hassa (1985).
15.          M. Tariq, A.M. Ageel, I.A. Al-Meshal, MA. Al-Yahya, M.S. Al‑Said, and J.S. Mossa. “Anti-inflammatory Activity of Lepidium sativum”. 3rd International Conference of Traditional and Folk Medicine, Lecatecas, Mexico (1985).
16.          M. Tariq, A.M. Ageel, J.S. Mossa, M.A. Al-Yahya and M.S. Al‑Said. “Anti-inflammatory Activity of Smilax ovalifolia”. 4th Congress of Hungarian Pharmacological Society with International Participation, Budapest, Hungary (1985).
17.          M. Tariq, A.M. Ageel, M.A. Al-Yahya, J.S. Mossa and M.S. Al‑Said. “Anti-inflammatory Activity of Commiphora molmol”. 7th Europ. Workshop on Inflammation, Capri, Italy (1985).
18.          A.M. Ageel, N.S. Parmar, J.S. Mossa, M.A. al-Yahya, M.S. Al‑Said, and M. Tariq, “Anti-inflammatory Activity of Some Saudi Plants”. 7th Europ. Workshop on Inflammation, Capri, Italy (1985).
19.          A.M. Ageel, M. Tariq, J.S. Mossa, M.S. Al‑Said and M.A. Al-Yahya. “Studies on Antidiabetic Activity of Capparis spinosa.” FASEB, California (1985).
20.          A.M. Ageel, M. Tariq, N.S. Parmar, I.A. Al-Meshal and M.S. Al‑Said. “Psychopharmacological Studies of Some Saudi Plants”. 4th Southeast Asian/Western Pacific Regional Meeting of Pharmacologists, Penang, Malaysia (1985).
21.          M.S. Al‑Said, and M.S. Hifnawy. “Phytochemical and Biological Studies on Pergularia tomentosa L.” 8th Symposium on the Biological Aspects of Saudi Arabia, King Faisal University, Al-Hassa (1985).
22.          M.S. Hifnawy, M.S. Al‑Said and F.J. Muhtadi. “Phytochemical Investigation of Alhagi maurorum Medic.” 8th Symposium on the Biological Aspects of Saudi Arabia, King Faisal University, Al-Hassa (1985).
23.          M. Tariq, A.M. Ageel, M.A. al-Yahya, M.S. Al‑Said and J.S. Mossa. “Experimental Evaluation of Some Medicinal Plants Used in Afro-Arab Traditional Medicine.” 2nd International Conference on Traditional Medicine, Berkeley, California (1986).
24.          M.S. Al‑Said, M. Tariq, M.A. Al-Yahya, J.S. Mossa, N.S. Parmar and A.M. Ageel. “Evaluation of Some Anti-inflammatory Drugs Used in Saudi Traditional Medicine.” Intern. Conf. on Traditional Medicine, Madras, India (1986).
25.          A.M. Ageel, M. Tariq, MA. Al-Yahya, J.S. Mossa, M.S. Al‑Said and N.S. Parmar. “Traditional Medicine in Saudi Arabia.” Intern. Conf. on Traditional Medicine, Madras, India (1986).
26.          A.M. Ageel, M.A. Al-Yahya, J.S. Mossa, M. Tariq and M.S. Al‑Said. “Neuropharmacological Studies of Some Saudi Medicinal Plants.” 46th FIP, Helsinki, Finland (1986).
27.          J.S. Mossa, M. Tariq, A.M. Ageel, M.S. Al‑Said and M.A. Al-Yahya. “Analgesic and Antipyretic Activities of Some Saudi Plants.” 46th FIP, Helsinki, Finland (1986).
28.          M.S. Al‑Said and M.S. Hifnawy. “Phytochemical Studies on the Latex of Pergularia tomentosa.” 9th Symposium on the Biological Aspects of Saudi Arabia.” Regional Agriculture and Water Research Center, Ministry of Agriculture and Water, Riyadh (1986).
29.          A.M. Ageel, J.S. Mossa, M.A. Al-Yahya, M.S. Al‑Said, N.S. Parmar and M. Tariq. “Herbal Drugs as Potential Source of Health Care in the Arab World.” ACDIMA Second Symposium, Amman, Jordan (1986).
30.          University Programs and the Satisfaction of Society Needs from Manpower, Public Administration Institute, Riyadh, KSA (1987).
31.          “Folk Medicine – another Perspective” A Symposium organized by KSU, Attendance (1987).
32.          A.M. Ageel, M.O. Tanira, M. Tariq and M.S. Al‑Said. “Evaluation of the Diuretic Activity of Some Saudi Medicinal Plants.” First International Seminar on Unani Medicine, New Delhi, India, February 13‑15 (1987).
33.          M.S. Al‑Said, K.I. Al-Khamis, M.W. Islam, N.S. Parmar, M. Tariq and A.M. Ageel; Post coital Antifertility Activity of the Seeds of Coriandum sativum in Rats.” 47th International Congress of Pharmaceutical Sciences of F.I.P., Amsterdam, The Netherlands 31st August-4th September (1987).
34.          J.S. Mossa, M. Tariq, N.S. Parmar, A.M. Ageel and M.S. Al‑Said. Anti-inflammatory and Antipyretic Activity of the Ethanolic Extract of Euphorbia peplis Linn; 47th International Congress of Pharmaceutical Sciences of F.I.P., Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 31st August-4th September (1987).
35.          S. Rafatullah, A.M. Ageel, J.S. Mossa, M.A. Al-Yahya, M.S. Al‑Said and M. Tariq. “Present Status and Scientific Studies on the Arabian Traditional Medicine.” First International Seminar on Unani Medicine, New Delhi, India, February 13‑15 (1987).
36.          Finland Health Care Symposium organized by Finland National Heath Commission in collaboration with Saudi MOH, Riyadh, KSA (1988).
37.          M.S. Al‑Said, J.S. Mossa and M.M. Al-Azizi, Chemical Investigation of Salsola imbricate Forssk; Proc. Saudi Biol. Soc., 11 195‑199 (1988). The Symposium was held at the Royal Commission for Jubail and Yangu; Directorate General for Yanbu Project, Saudi Arabia, 1988.
38.          M.S. Al‑Said, M.S. Hifnawy and A.S. Khalifa, Phytochemical Studies on Gomphocarpus sinaicus, 11th Symposium on the Biological Aspects of Saudi Arabia, Yanbu, 158 (1988).
39.          “Drug Troubles”: Aseer Central Hospital,  Abha, KSA (1989).
40.          12nd  Symposium on the Biological Aspects of Saudi Arabia, College of Science, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (1989).
41.          A.M. Ageel, J.S. Mossa, M.A. Al-Yahya, M.S. Al‑Said, and M. Tariq; “Experimental Studies on Antirheumatic Crude Drug Used in Saudi Traditional Medicine; 3rd Inter Science World Conference on Inflammaton Antirheumatics, Analgesics, Immunomodulators, Monte-Carlo, Monaco, 382 (1989).
42.          M. Tariq, A.M. Ageel, M.A. al-Yahya, J.S. Mossa and M.S. Al‑Said. Anti-inflammatory Activity of Teucrium polium. 3rd Interscience World Conference on Inflammation Antirheumatics, Analgesics, Immuno­mo­dulators, Montre-Carlo; Monaco, 383 (1989).
43.          M.S. Al‑Said, A.S. Khalifa and M.M. Al-Azizi, Chemical Investigation of Cissus digitatus L., 12th Symposium on the Biological Aspects of Saudi Arabia, College of Science, KSU, 19‑21 December (1989).
44.          M.A. Al-Yahya, M. El-Domiati, M.S. Al‑Said, I.A. Al-Meshal and F.S. El-Feraly. “Alkaloids and Lignans from Haplophyllum tuberculatum.” 12th Symposium on the Biological Aspects of Saudi Arabia, College of Science, KSU, Riyadh 19‑21 December (1989).
45.          H.M. Elhag, M.S. Hifnawy, M.S. Al‑Said and A.S. Khalifa. “Growth and Anthocyanin Synthesis in Callus Cultures of Pergularia tomentosa.” 15th Scientific Conference, Scientific Research Council, Jadiriya, Baghdad, Iraq, April 28-May 2 (1989).
46.          “Clinical Research Role in Pharmacist Practice” presented by Dr. Wyim Swair, College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia  (1990).
47.          S. Rafatullah, M. Tariq, J.S. Mossa, M.A. Al-Yahya, M.S. Al‑Said and A.M. Ageel. Acorus calamus: A Potent Anti-peptic Ulcer Drug of Plant Origin; Biology and Chemistry of Active Natural Substances, International Joint Symposium of American Society of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemical Society of Europe, Bonn, F.R. Germany, July 17‑22 (1990).
48.          S. Rafatullah, M. Tariq, J.S. Mossa, M.A. Al-Yahya, M.S. Al‑Said, and A.M. Ageel. “Protective Effect of Serita chirata Against Indomethacin and Other Ulcerogenic Induced Gastric Ulcers, 4th Interscience World Conference on Inflammation, Antirheumatics, Analgesics, Immunomo­dulators, Geneva, Switzerland, abs 355 (1991).
49.          M. Tariq, M.A. Al-Yahya, M.S. Al‑Said, J.S. Mossa, A.M. Ageel and S. Rafatullah, Experimental Studies on Some Gastric Antiulcer Herbal Drugs Used in Saudi Traditional Medicine, 1st International Symposium on Natural Drugs and the Digestic Tract, Naples, Italy, July 26-28 (1992).
50.          “Industrial Use of Medicinal & Aromatic Plants” A Symposium organized by UNIDO in Collaboration with WHO, Vienna, Austria (1993). 
51.          M.S. Al‑Said. “Traditional Medicine, a Global View; Herbal Medicine-Present and Future.” A Symposium Organized by the Executive Council of Health Ministers G.C.C. States in Collaboration with Dallah Company for Health Services. Also a member of the Organizing Committee for this Symposium, and Co-chairman of the Third Scientific Session, Al‑Khozama Center – Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 15‑16 November (1993).
52.          M.S. Al‑Said (Attendance). “Industrial Use of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants.” A Symposium Organized by UNIDO in collaboration with WHO, Vienna, Austria (1993).
53.          Present a Paper in The 8th International Congress on Traditional Asian Medicine, Tokyo, Japan (1993).
54.          M.M. El-Olemy, H. ElHag, M. El-Domiaty, E. Abdel Sattar, M.M. Al-Azizi and M.S. Al‑Said. “Biotransformation of Digitoxigenin by Cell Suspension Cultures of Pergularia tomentosa and Ammi visnaga.” 15th Symposium on the Biological Aspects of Saudi Arabia, Umm Al-Qura University, Makkah 29‑31 (1994).
55.          M.S. Al‑Said, A. Galal, M. Al-Yahya and S. Rafatullah. “An Evaluation of Alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.),” a Crude Drug Used in Arab Traditional Medicine,” The 4th International Congress on Traditional Asian Medicine, Tokyo, Japan, 19‑12 August (1994).
56.          The 5th Conference of the Homeopathic Societies of the World, Paris, France (1994).
57.          The 16th annual Meeting of the Saudi Biological Society (SBS), College of Science, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (1994).
58.          M.M. El-Olemy, H. Elhag, M. El-Domiaty, E. Abdel Sattar, M.M. Al-Azizi and M.S. Al‑Said. “Biotransformation of Digitoxigenin by Cell Suspension Cultures of Pergularia tomentosa and Ammi visnaga.” VIIIth International Congress of Plant Tissue and Cell Culture, Frienze, Italy, June 12‑17 (1994).
59.          M.S. Al‑Said (Attendance). The Fifth Conference for Homeopathic Societies of the World – Paris, France (1995).
60.          M.S. Al‑Said (Attendance). The Sixteenth Annual Meeting of the Saudi Biological Society (SBS), College of Science, KSU – Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (1995).
61.          M.S. Al‑Said. Datura stramonium and other Solanaceous Plants, Narcotics Symposium, General Directorate of Drug Control – Ministry of Interior – Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (1996).
62.          The International Symposium on Herbal Medicine, chairing one of the Scientific Sessions and presented a Paper, King Fahd Hospital, Jeddah, KSA (1996).
63.          Narcotics Course, General directorate of Drug Control, Riyadh, KSA – Present a lecture (1996).
64.          M.S. Al‑Said (Attendance). Providing and Sponsoring Health Services, the Responsibilities between Government and Private Sector. Riyadh Commercial Room in Cooperation with General Secretary of G.C.C. States and Al‑Tawania for Insurance. Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (1997).
65.          M.S. Al‑Said. Herbal Medicine and the Role of the Executive Office of the G.C.C. Health Ministers Council. The International Symposium on Herbal Medicine; also Chairing one of the Scientific Sessions, King Fahad Hospital, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 24-27/5/1997.
66.          H. Elhag, M.M. El-Olemy and M.S. Al‑Said. “Pergularia tomentosa Normal and Transgenic Tissue Cultures and Production of Secondary Metabolites.” The Second Annual Meeting of the Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in the Arab World, Lebanese American University, Byblos, Lebanon, October 16-18 (1998).
67.          Drug Information Association (DIA) Conference, Washington D.C., U.S.A. (1998). (M.S. Al‑Said, Attendance).
68.          H. Elhag, M.M. El-Olemy and M.S. Al‑Said, Production of Anthocyanins and Extracellular Polysaccharides by Cell Cultures of Pergularia tomentosa, New Crops and New uses: Biodiversity and Agricultural Sustainability, Association for the Advancement of Industrial Crops, Purdue University Center for New Crops and Plant Products, New Uses Council Inc., Hyatt Regency Hotel, Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.A., November 8-11 (1998).
69.          A Symposium Organized by the Executive Council of Health Ministers of GCC States, Muscat, Oman, presented a paper titled:” Herbal Medicine – Present and Future perspective” (1998).
70.          World Health Organization (WHO) Consultation Meeting on Medicinal Plants, Salerno, Italy, 1-5 March (1999). (M.S. Al‑Said, Attendance).
71.          The Second Meeting of the Deans of Colleges of Pharmacy in the Arab world, Tanta University, Egypt (1999).
72.          “Herbal Medicine, Present and Future Prospective.” The Annual Meeting of the Ministers, of Health in G.C.C. Countries, Muscat, Oman (1999), (M.S. Al‑Said, Attendance).
73.          H. Elhag, M.M. El-Olemy and M.S. Al‑Said, Production of Artemisinic Compounds by Hairy Root Cultures of Artemisia annua, Nineteenth Annual Meeting on Biological Sciences through Course of Foundation and Development of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Faculty of Science, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, February 16-18 (1999).
74.          M.M. El-Olemy, H.M. Elhag and M.S. Al‑Said, Biotransformation of Menthol and Thymol by Nigella sativa Suspension Cultures, The Third Annual Meeting of the Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in the Arab World, Faculty of Pharmacy, Tanta University, Egypt, October 14-16 (1999) (Attendance).
75.          The Third Annual Meeting of Deans of Colleges of Pharmacy in the Arab World; Tanta University, Tanta, Egypt, October 14-16 (1999). M.S. Al‑Said (Attendance).
76.          H. Elhag, M.M. El-Olemy and M.S. Al‑Said. Induction of Somatic Embryogenesis in Callus Cultures of Pergularia tomentosa L., the Fourth Princess Chulabhorn International Science Congress, Chemicals in the 21st Century, Chulabhorn Research Institute, Bangkok, Thailand, 28th November - 2nd December (1999).
77.          5th Saudi International Pharmaceutical Conference, Saudi Pharmaceutical society in Collaboration with College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, KSA (1999).
78.          International Symposium on Traditional Medicine, Awaji Island, Japan, I also a moderator of one session (September 11 -13, 2000).
79.          7th International Congress on Ethnobiology, University of Georgia, USA (23 -27 October 2000).
80.          International Conference for Pharmaceutical Care – Back to the Future, Pharmaceutical Services Administration, King Fahad Hospital, National Guard, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (2000). M.S. Al‑Said (Attendance).
81.          A.J. Al-Rehaily, M.S. Al‑Said, M.A. Al-Yahya and S. Rafatullah. Anti-inflammatory and Antiulcer Activity of Allspice (Pimenta dioica L.) in Laboratory Animals, The 20th Annual Meeting of the Saudi Biological Society (SBS), College of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Resources, King Faisal University, Al‑Ahsa, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Feb. 1-3 (2000).
82.          M.M. El-Olemy, H.M. Elhag and M.S. Al‑Said. Biotransformation of Menthol and Thymol by Nigella sativa suspension cultures, Twentieth Annual Meeting of Saudi Biological Society (SBS), College of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Resources, King Faisal University, Al‑Ahsa, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, February 1-3 (2000).
83.          H. Elhag, M.M. El-Olemy and M.S. Al‑Said. Induction of Cardenolide Biosynthesis Concomitant with the Induction of Embryogenic Callus in Pergularia tomentosa. Twentieth Annual Meeting of Saudi Biological Society (SBS), College of Veterinary Medicine King Faisal University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, February 1-3 (2000).
84.          International Conference for Traditional Medicine – Ministry of Traditional Medicine in Collaboration with WHO – Beijing – China, 22-24 April (2000), (Attendance). Member of the Academic Committee of the Conference, also chairing one of the Scientific Sessions. M.S. Al‑Said (Attendance).
85.          S. Rafatullah, M.S. Al‑Said, A. Al-Ruhaily, M. Al-Yahya; Traditional/ Complementary Medicine: Valuable Aid to Control Chronic Diseases. The International Symposium on Challenges in Managing Symptoms of Chronic Diseases; Security Forces Hospital, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 20th May (2000).
86.          M.S. Al‑Said. Worldwide Traditional Arabic Medicine and Unani Practice, also a moderator to one of the working groups session (2). The Potential for Cross-national Evaluations Using Common Protocols and Measurements. International Symposium on Traditional Medicine, Awaji Island, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan, September 11-13 (2000).
87.          Al-Rehaily, A.J., M.O. Al-Suhaibani, J.S. Mossa, M.S. Al‑Said, M.A. Al-Yahya, and S. Rafatullah. Long Pepper (Piper longum L.), a crude drug used as an antiulcer remedy in Arab Traditional Medicine, 7th International Congress on Ethanobiology, Department of Anthropology, University of Georgia, GA, U.S.A., 23-27 October (2000).
88.          Fifth Saudi International Pharmaceutical Conference; Saudi Pharmaceutical Society in Collaboration with College of Pharmacy, KSU, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, (2000), (M.S. Al‑Said, Attendance).
89.          Health Economics Symposium. Ministry of Health, organized at King Abdul Aziz Historical Center, Attendance and chairing the third scientific session entitled “Drug Economics,” Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 14-15 April 2001 (M.S. Al‑Said, Attendance).
90.          M.S. Al‑Said, Herbal Medicine, Alternative Medicine and the Role of College of Pharmacy, KSU. Chairman of one of the Workshops, also Co-chairman of one of the Scientific Sessions and Head of the Conference Recommendations Committee. International Symposium on Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Northern Area Armed Forces Hospital, Hafar Al-Batin, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 1-3 May (2001).
91.          Third WHO Consultation on Selected Medicinal Plants and The WHO Informal Meeting on Methodologies for Quality Control of Finished Herbal Products, Ottawa, Canada, 16-21 July (2001) (M.S. Al‑Said, Attendance).
92.          The Fifth Scientific Conference of the Society of Colleges of Pharmacy in the Arab World and the 2nd International Conference of College of Pharmacy, Jordan University, Amman, Jordan, 16-18 October (2001) (M.S. Al‑Said, Attendance).
93.          H. Elhag, M.M. El-Olemy and M.S. Al‑Said. Somatic Embryogenesis in Nigella sativa – An Alternative Approach, 21st Annual Meeting of the Saudi Biological Society (SBS), King Khalid University, Abha, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, April 9-11 (2002).
94.          H. Elhag, M.M. El-Olemy and M.S. Al‑Said. Induction of Somatic Embryogenesis in Callus Cultures of Pergularia tomentosa, The Arab Conference on Medicinal Plants, Arabian Gulf University, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain, May 13‑15 (2002).
95.          M.S. Al‑Said. Two Presentations: 1. Introduction to alternative Medicine (in Arabic) 2. Saudi Folk Medicine: Fact and Fiction (in English). Also Moderator for the open forum, International Integrated Medicine Symposium, King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, May 14-16 (2002).
96.          K.Y. Orabi, K.A. El-Sayed, M.T. Hamam, D.C. Dunbar, M.S. Al‑Said, T. Hega and M. Kelly. Araguspongines K and L, New Bioactive Bis‑1‑oxaquinolizidne-N-Oxide Alkaloids from a Red Sea Sponge, 43rd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Pharmacognosy and 3rd Monroe Wall Symposium, New Brunswick, NJ, July 27‑31 (2002).
97.          M.S. Al‑Said. Experience of Saudi Arabia in the Legislation of Herbal Medicine, also Moderator of the First Session; International Seminar on Integration of Traditional Medicine (Complementary/Alternative Medicine and Modern Medicine. The Symposium Organized by the Islamic Organization for Medical Sciences in Collaboration with WHO (EMRO) and ISESCO, Cairo, Egypt, October 12-15 (2002).
98.          The 6th Scientific Congress of the Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in the Arab World and the 1st International Conference of Faculty of Pharmacy and Health Sciences – Ajman University of Science and Technology, Ajman, United Arab Emirates, October 19-21 (2002), (M.S. Al‑Said, Attendance).
99.          The second Regional Workshop on Regulation of Herbal Medicines, organized by EMRO, WHO. Abu Dhabi, UAE, 7-9 June 2003 (M.S. Al‑Said, Attendance, invitation from WHO).
100.      M.S. Al‑Said, Folk medicine: The Saudi Experience, Global Summit on Medicinal Plants, Mauritius, 25-30/10/2003.
101.      Moderator of Dr. Fawaz Al – Alami, Deputy Minister of Ministry of MOCI Speech on:” The Effects of joining of KSA to WTO on general education and high education”, KSU, KSA (2004).
102.      The 12th conference of IAU (International Association of Universities. Sau Paulo- BRAZIL, July 25-29 (2004), (M.S. Al‑Said, Attendance).
103.      2nd International Conference and Exhibition of Natural products, Dubai, UAE, 4-7/12/2004.
104.      Chaired a Session of “High Education Institutions Staff Development”, KSU, KSA (2004).
105.      Attended The Arab Health Conference, Dubai, UAE (2005).
106.      Second pharmacist Day – A New Era in Pharmacy Practice. Security Forces Hospital – Riyadh. Saudi Arabia- 16-17/11/2005 (Attendance a Head of the third scientific session).
107.      Chaired A Forum on “Public Saudi Libraries Development Requirement” - Public Saudi Libraries Forum – Present Challenges and Future Prospects” – 27 – 28/2005, KSU. The Participants are: HE Civil Service Deputy Minister / Abdul Rahamn Al Abdul Qadier, HE Minister of Education Deputy Minister/Ibrahim Al Missnd,  HE Minister of Information Deputy Minister/ Dr. A. Aziz Al Sabiel,  HE Minister of Islamic Affairs and Endowment (AWQAF), Dawa and Guidance Deputy Minister/ Tawfiq Al Sydairy, Dr. Hisham Abass, Library & Information Sciences Department, KAU, Dr. Abdul Karim Al Zaid, Deputy Supervisor of King Abdul Aziz Public Library, Dr. Khayria Al Saqaf, Faculty of Education, KSU.
108.      International Symposium on Food and Drug Regulation – Head of scientific session about "regulation of herbal and health products" - Saudi Food and Drug Authority, Riyadh 20-22/5/2006.
109.      Accreditation and Quality Assurance workshop – KSU, 11-13/11/2007.
110.      Conference and exhibition of herbal products –U.A.E. (2008).
111.      Conference and exhibition – Arab Health U.A.E. (2008).
112.      Head of workshop in the first int. conference on prophetic medicine –Abha (2008).
113.      Invited speaker – first intl. conference on wellness industry – Malaysia (2008).
114.      Head of session member of the scientific committee-second conf. on wellness industry – Malaysia (2008).
115.      Visit and attend workshop in KAUST (2009).
116.      Attend workshop about strategic leadership – Dubai (2009).
117.      Give presentation about CAM. Tokyo University, Japan (2009).
118.      Give presentation in UTM – Malaysia (2010).
119.      Head of MEA Regional Pharmacist Meeting – Cairo, Egypt (2011).
120.      Attend conference about medicinal and aromatic plants in Casablanca – Morocco (2011).
121.      Attend medicinal and aromatic plants Arab Association Meeting, Morocco (2011).
122.      Give presentation at International Conference on aromatic Oils – Turkey (2011).
123.      Attend antibiotic Conference in Najran (2011).
124.      Visit Health Colleges – Najran University (2011).
125.      Give presentation at International Conference on Chromatography, Lublin – Poland (2011).
126.      Give presentation at 4th International Conference on Biotechnology – Malaysia (2012).
127.      Attend Health Authorities Meeting – Hail (2012).
128.      Presentation to the Essential Oil Conference – Turkey (2012).
129.      Presentation to the Chromatography Conference – Poland (2013).
130.      Presentation to the Australian Herbal Society (2013).
131.      Attending the meeting of the Deans of Colleges of Pharmacy in Europe – Ankara – Turkey (2013).
132.      Presentation to the 44th ISEO Conference – Hungary (2013).
133.      Attending the Annual Conference for Natural Supplements – San Diego – U.S.A. (2014).
134.      Attending the Scientific Conference in Najran – KSA and Head of a Scientific Session – Patient Safety; King Khalid Hospital (2014).
135.      Presentation to the 5th Int. Conf. on Biotechnology – UTM – Malaysia (2014).
136.      Attending the 11th Annual Meeting of Nutriceuticals, San Diego, U.S.A. (2014).
137.      Presentation to the Conference on Ethnomedicine and Traditional Medicine; Suzhou, China (2015).

PUBLICATIONS
 
 
1.              M.S. Al-Said, W.C. Evans; Alkaloids of the leaves of Erythroxylum hypericifolium, J. Pharm. Pharmacol. Suppl. (1985).
2.              M.S. Al-Said, W.C. Evans and R.J. Grout, Alkoids of the Genus Erythroxylum. Part 5. E. hypericifolium Lam. Root-bark, J. Chem. Soc. Perkins Trans., 1, 975 (1986).
3.              M.S. Al-Said, W.C. Evans and R.J. Grout, Alkaoids of Erythroxylum macrocarpum and E. sideroxyloids, Phytochemistry, 25, 4, 851 (1986).
4.              M.S. Al-Said, W.C. Evans and R.J. Grout; Alkaloids of Erythroxylum hypericifolium stem bark; Phytochemistry, 28, 2, 671‑673 (1989).
5.              M.S. Al-Said, W.C. Evans and R.J. Grout; Alkaloids of Erythroxylum hypericifolium leaves; Phytochemistry, 28, 11, 3211‑3215 (1989).
6.              M.S. Al-Said, Pharmacognostical and Biological Studies of Prunus mahaleb L., Proc. Saudi Biol. Soc., 7, 165-173, Qassim Sym (1984).
7.              A.G. Mekkawi, M.S. Al-Said, J.S. Mossa, I.A. Al-Meshal, M.S. Hifnway and M.A. Al-Yahya; Aromatic Plants of Saudi Arabia, Part II: Essential Oil of Cleome chrysantha, Decne, Proc. Saudi Biol. Soc., 8, 169‑173, Al-Hassa Sym. (1985).
8.              M.S. Al-Said, and M.S. Hifnawy; Phytochemical and Biological Screening of Pergularia tomentosa L., Proc. Saudi Biol. Soc. 8, 155‑161 Al‑Hassa Sym. (1985).
9.              A.M. Ageel, N.S. Parmar, J.S. Mossa, M.A. Al-Yahya, M.S. Al-Said, and M. Tariq; Anti-inflammatory Activity of Some Saudi Arabian Medicinal Plants. Agents and Actions, Vol. 17, 383‑384 (1985).
10.          M. Tariq, A.M. Ageel, M.A. Al-Yahya, J.S. Mossa, M.S. Al-Said, and N.S. Parmar; Anti-inflammatory Activity of Commiphora molmol, Agents and Actions, Vol. 17, 381‑382 (1985).
11.          M.S. Al-Said, W.C. Evans; Alkaloids of the leaves of Erythroxylum hypericifolum, J. Pharm. Pharmacol. Suppl. (1985).
12.          M.S. Al-Said, W.C. Evans and R.J. Grout, Alkaloids of the Genus Erythroxylum. Part 5. E. hypericifolium Lam. Root-bark, J. Chem. Soc. Perksin Trans. 1, 975 (1986).
13.          M.S. Al-Said, W.C. Evans and R.J. Grout, Alkaloids of Erythroxylum macrocarpum and E. sideroxyloides, Phytochemistry, 25, 4, 851 (1986).
14.          M.S. Al-Said, A.M. Ageel, N.S. Parmar and M. Tariq; Evaluation of Mastic, a Crude Drug Obtained from Pistacia lentiscus for Gastric and Duodenal Anti-Ulcer Activity. J. of Ethnopharmacology, 15, 271‑278 (1986).
15.          M.S. Al-Said, and M.S. Hifnawy; Dihydrocoumarins and Certain Other Coumarins from Prunus mahaleb Seeds, J. Nat. Prod., Vol. 49, 4, 721 (1986).
16.          M.S. Al-Said, and O.T. Ginawi; Locomotor Activity Studies of Prunus mahaleb in Mice, Fitoterapia, Vol. LVII, 3, 167‑171 (1986).
17.          N.S. Parmar, M. Tariq, M.A. Al-Yahya, A.M. Ageel, and M.S. Al-Said; Evaluation of Aloe vera Linn. Leaf Exudate and Gel for Gastric and Duodenal Anti-ulcer Activity, Fitoterapia, LVII, 5, 380-383 (1986).
18.          M.S. Al-Said, K.I. Al-Khamis, M.W. Islam, N.S. Parmar, M. Tariq and A.M. Ageel; Post-coital Antifertility Activity of the Seeds of Coriandrum sativum in Rats, Ethnopharmacology, 21,165-173 (1987).
19.          M.S. Al-Said, A.D. Kadertaragan and M.S. Hifnawy; Pharma­cog­nostical and Preliminary Phytochemical Investigation of the Fruit of Pergularia tomentosa L., Int. J. Crude Drug Res., 26, No.1, 9‑16 (1988).
20.          M.S. Al-Said, M.S. Hifnawy, A.T. McPhail and D.R. McPhail, Ghala­kinoside, a Cytotoxic Cardiac Glycoside from Pergularia tomentosa, Phytochemistry, 27, 10, 3245-3250 (1988).
21.          M.S. Al-Said, E.A. Abdel Sattar, S.l. Khalifa and F.S. EI-Feraly; Isolation and Identification of an Anti-Inflammatory Principle from Capparis spinosa, Pharmazie, 43, 9, 640-641 (1988).
22.          K.I. Al-Khamis, M.S. Al-Said, M.W. Islam, M. Tariq, N.S. Parmar and A.M. Ageel; Antifertility, anti-implantation and abortificient activity of the aqueous extract of Cuminum cyminum, Fitoterapia, LIX, 1, 5-9 (1988).
23.          M.S. Al-Said, J.S. Mossa and M.M. Al-Azizi; Chemical Investigation of Salsola imbricata Forssk, Proc. Saudi BioI. Soc., 11, 195-199 (1988).
24.          M.S. Al-Said, W.C. Evans and R.J. Grout, Alkaloids of Erythroxylum hypericifolium leaves; Phytochemistry, 28, 11, 3211-3215 (1989).
25.          M.S. Al-Said, W.C. Evans and R.J. Grout, Alkaloids of Erythroxylum hypericifolium stem bark; Phytochemistry, 28, 2, 671-673 (1989).
26.          M.S. Al-Said, S.I. Khalifa and F.S. EI-Feraly, 4, 13-a-Epoxymuzigadia, A sesquiterpene from Canella winterana, Phytochemistry, 28, 1, 297­ 198 (1989).
27.          M.S. Al-Said, S.I. Khalifa, F.S. EI-Feraly and C.D. Hufford; Biogenetic­-Type Synthesis of Vulgarian and Peroxyvulgarian, Phytochemistry, 28, 1, 107-108 (1989).
28.          M.S. Al-Said, A.A. Jayab and M.S. Hifnawy; Biochemical Studies on Ghalakinoside, a Possible Antitumor Agent from Purgularia tomentosa, Ethnopharmacology, 27235-240 (1989).
29.          N.S. Pannar, J.S. Mossa, M.A. Al-Yahya, M.S. Al-Said, M. Tariq and A.M. Ageel; Anti-inflammatory and antipyretic Activity of Euphorbia peplis L., Int. J. Crude Drug Res., 27, 1, 9-13 (1989).
30.          M. Tariq, A.M. Ageel, M.A. Al-Yahya, J.S. Mossa, and M.S. Al-Said; Anti-inflammatory activity of Teucrium polium, Int. J. Tiss. Reac. XI, 4, 185-188 (1989).
31.          A.M. Ageel, J.S. Mossa, M.A. Al- Yahya, M.S. Al-Said and M. Tariq; Experimental Studies on Antirheumatic Crude Drugs Used in Saudi Traditional Medicine, Drugs Exptl. Clin. Res. XV, 8, 369-372 (1989).
32.          M.S. Al-Said, S.M. EI-Khawaja, F.S. EI-Feraly and C.D. Hufford; 9‑Deoxy Drimane Sesquiterpenesa from Canella winterana, Phytochemistry, 29, 3, 975-977 (1990).
33.          M.S. Al-Said, M.Tariq, M.A. Al-Yahya, S. Rafatullah, G.T. Ginnawi and A.M. Ageel; Studies on Ruta Chalepensis, An Ancient Medicinal Herb Still Used in Traditional Medicine; Ethnophannacology, 28, 305‑312 (1990).
34.          M.A. Al-Yahya, S. Rafatullah, J.S. Mossa, A.M. Ageel, M.S. Al-Said and M. Tariq; Gastric Anti secretory, Antiulcer and Cytoprotective Properties of Ethanolic Extract of Alpinia galanga willd in Rats, Phytotherapy Research, 4, No.3, 112-114 (1990).
35.          A.T. McPhail, D.R. McPhail, M.S. Al-Said, M.M. EI-Domiaty and F.S. EI-Feraly; Revision of the stereochemistry of (+)- Tuberine, An Alkaloid from Haplophyllum tuberculatum, Phytochemistry, 29, 9, 3055-3057 (1990).
36.          M.S. Hifnawy, M.S. Al-Said and S.S. Al-Hawary, Pergularotoside, a new cardiac glycoside from Pergularia tomentosa L., Al-Azhar J. of Natural Products, Vol. 5, 186-197 (1990).
37.          M.A. Al-Yahya, M.M. EI-Domiaty, LA. Al-Meshal, M.S. Al-Said and F.S. EI-Feraly; (+)-Dihydroperfamine: an Alkaloid from Haplophyllum tuberculatum; Int. J. Phannacoanosy, 29, No.4, 268- 272 (1991).
38.          M.S. Al-Said, A.S. Khalifa and M.M. Al-Azizi, Flavonoids from Cissus digitata; Int. J. Pharmacognosy, 29, No.4. 281-283 (1991).
39.          J.S. Mossa, M. Tariq, A. Mohsin, A.M. Ageel, M.A. Al-Yahya, M.S. Al‑Said and S. Rafatullah; Pharmacological Studies on Aerial Parts of Calotropis procera; American Journal of Ch. Medicine, Vol. XIX, Nos. 3-4, 223-231 (1991).
40.          M. W. Islam, M. Tariq, A.M. Ageel, M.S. Al-Said and M.A. Al-Yahya, Effect of Saliva haematodes on Sexual behaviour of male Rats, Ethnopharmacology, 33, 67-72 (1991).
41.          S. Rafatullah, J.S. Mossa, M. Tariq, M.S. Al-Said, A.M. Ageel and M.A. Al-Yahya; Ethnopharmacology of Lepidum sativum seeds, J. Ethnopharmacology, 1991 (communicated).
42.          M.M. Al-Harbi, M.S. Al-Said and M.M. Al-Azizi, Preliminary Phytochemical and Pharmacological Studies on Anisotes trisulcus, Pharmacognosy, 30, No.2, 87-92 (1992).
43.          M.A. Al-Yahya, A.J. Al-Rehaily, M.S. Ahmad, M.S. Al-Said and F.S. EI-Feraly, New Alkaloids from Haplophyllum tuberculatum, Journal of Natural Products, 55, 7, 899-903 (1992).
44.          M.S. Al-Said, Traditional Medicinal Plants of Saudi Arabia, American Journal of Ch. Medicine, Vol. XXI, No.3-4, 291-298 (1993).
45.          M.S. Al-Said, M.M. Al-Azizi, A.M. Galal, J.S. Mossa and M.M. El‑Olemy; GC/MS Analysis of Volatile Oil of Salsola imbricata forssk, Az. I. Pharm. Sci. Vol 11, (1993).
46.          S. Rafatullah, M. Tariq, J.S. Mossa, M.A. Al-Yahya, M.S. Al-Said, and A.M. Ageel; Protective effect of Swerita chirata against Indomethacin and other ulcerogenic agent-induced gastric ulcers; Drug Exptl. Clin. Res XIX (2), 69-73 (1993).
47.          S. Rafatullah, M.A. Al-Yahya, M.S. Al-Said, K.U. Abdulhameed and J.S. Moosa; Gastric Anti-ulcer and Cytoprotective Effects of 'Guar' Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (L.) Taub. in Rats, Int. I. of Pharmacognosy, 132, No.2, 163-170 (1994).
48.          M.M. El-Olemy, H. Elhag, M. El-Domiaty, E. Abdel Sattar, M.M. Al­Azizi and M.S. Al-Said; Biotransformation of Digitoxigenin by Cell Suspension Cultures of Pergularia tomentosa and Ammi visnaga, Saudi Pharm. Journal, No.2, Vol. 2, (1994).
49.          M.M. Al-Azizi, M.S. Al-Said, M.M. El-Olemy, E.A. Sattar and A.S. Khalifa; Rhombifoline and 5,6-Dehydrolupanine from Anagyrus foetida L., Archieves of Pharm. Research, Vol. 17, No.6, 393-397 (1994).
50.          S. Rafatullah, M. Tariq, J.S. Mossa, M.A. Al-Yahya, M.S. Al-Said and A.M. Ageel; Antisecretagogue, anti-ulcer and cytoprotective properties of Acorus calamus in rats, Fitoterapia, Vol. LXV, No.1, 19-23 (1994).
51.          S. Rafatullah, A.M. Galal, M.A. Al-Yahya and M.S. Al-Said; Gastric and Duodenal Antiulcer and Cytoprotective Effects of Aframomum melegueta in Rats; Int. J. Pharmacognosy, Vol. 33, No.4, 311-316 (1995).
52.          M.S. Al-Said, E.A. Sattar, F.S. EI-Feraly, A. Nahrstredt and M. Coen; New Sulfides from Ferula rutabensis, Int. J. Pharmacognosy, Vol. 34, No.3, 189-193 (1996).
53.          A.S. Ibrahim, F.S. El-Feraly and M.S. Al-Said; Microbiological Transformation of Dic1ofenac, Saudi Pharm. J. Vol. 4, No. 3-4, 165-169, July-Oct. (1996).
54.          M.S. Al-Said, K.A. Al-Rashood, K.I. Al-Khamis, M.I Al-Yamani, S.A. Al-Bella, T.A. Al-Najjar, S.M. Alam and R. Dham; Bioequivalence Evaluation of 500 mg Amoxicillin Capsules in Healthy Human Volunteers -Single Dose under fasting Conditions, JAMA, Middle East, 73-77 (1999).
55.          K.Y. Orabi, K.A. EI-Sayed, M.S. Al-Said, and F.S. Elferaly; Sesquiterpene Lactones from Onopordum ambigum, Saudi Pharm. Journal, Vol. 8, No. 2-3 (2000).
56.          I. Muhammad, K.A. El-Sayed, J.S. Mossa, M.S. Al-Said, F.S. El-Feraly, A.M. Clark, CD. Hufford, S. Ohand and A.M. Mayer; Bioactive 12, Oleanene Triterpene and Secotriterpene Acids from Maytenus undata, J. Nat. Prod., 63, 605-610 (2000).
57.          A.J.AL-Rehaily, M.S.Al-Said, M.A.AL-Yahya, J.S.Mossa and S.Rafatullah, Ethnopharmacological studies on Allspice (Pimenta dioica) in Lab Animals, Pharmaceutical Biology, 40(3), 200-205(2000).
58.          K. EI-Sayed, M.S. Al-Said, F.S. El-Feraly, and S.A. Ross; New Quinoline Alkaloids from Ruta Chalepensis; Vol. 63, No.7, 995-997 (2000).
59.          A.A. Gohar, M.M. El-Olemy, E.A.. Sattar, M.S. Al-Said and M. Niwa; Cardenolides and b-sitosterol Glucoside from Pergularia tomentosa L., Natural Prod. Sciences 6(3), 142-146 (2000).
60.          Mansour S. Al-Said, Khalil I. Al-Khamis, Esmail M. Niazy, Yousry M. El‑Sayed, Khalid A. Al-Rashood, Sulaiman, Al-Bella, Mohd A. Al‑Yamani, Tawfeeq A. Al-Najjar, Syed M. Alam, Ruwayda Dham, Zaman Q. Qumaruzaman. Bioequivalence evaluation of two brands of cefuroxime 500 mg tablets (Cefuzime and Zinnat) in healthy human volunteers.  Bipharmaceutics and Drug Disposition, 21(6), 205‑210 (2000).
61.          A.M. Galal, B.A. Abourashed, S.A. Ross, M.A. ElSohly, M.S. Al-Said and F.S. EI-Feraly; Ducan Sesquiterpenes from Ferula hermonis; J. Nat. Prod., Vol. 64, No.3, 399-400 (2001).
62.          M. Atiqur Rahman, Mansour S. Al-Said, Jaber S. Mossa, Mohammed A. Al-Yahya and M.A. Fahd Al-Hemaid; A Check List of Angiosperm Flora of Farasan Islands, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences 5(11): 1162‑1166 (2002).
63.          K.Y. Orabi, K.A. El-Sayed, M.T. Hamann, D.C. Dunbar, M.S. Al-Said, T. Hega and M. Kelly; Araguspongines K and L, New Bioactive Bis‑1-Ovaquinolizidine N‑Oxide Alkaloids from Res Sea Specimens of Xestospongia exigua, J. Nat. Prod., 65, 1782‑1785 (2002).
64.          A.J. Al-Rehaily, K.A. El‑Sayed, M.S. Al-Said and B. Ahmed; Trisulcusine: A Novel Spiro Quinazoline Alkaloid from Anisotes trisulcus, Ind. J. Chem., Vol. 41B, 2385‑2389 (2002).
65.          H. Elhag, M.M. El-Olemy and M.S. Al-Said; Enhancement of Somatic Embryogenesis and Production of Developmentally Arrested Embryos in Nigella sativa. HortScience, Vol.39 No 2 (2004).
66.          B. Ahmed; T.A.AL-Howiriny; J.S.Mossa; and M.S. Al-Said; Three new and two rare furanoeremophilanes from Senecio asirensis; Journal of Asian Prod. Res. 6(3), 167-175 (2004).
67.          I.A.AL-Sarra; M.S. Al-Said; K.I.AL-Khamis; E.M.Niazy; Y.M.EL-Sayed; K.A.AL-Rashood; M.J.AL-Yamani; and S.A.AL-Balla. Comparative bioavailability of doxycycline hyclate (equivalent to 100 mg doxycycline) capsules (doxyuin vs. vibramycin) for bioequivalence evaluation in healthy adult volunteers. Int. J. of clinical pharmacology and Therapeutics; vol. 42-No. 7/2004 (373-377).
68.          T.A.AL-Howiriny; M.O. AL-Sohaibani; M.S. Al-Said; M.A.AL-Yahya; K.H.EL-Tahir; S. Rafatullah; Hepatoprotective properties of Balessan "Commiphora opobalsamum": A Traditional Medicinal plant of Saudi Arabia. Drugs under Experimental and Clinical Research. XXX (5/6) 213-220 (2004).
69.          T.A.AL-Howiriny; M.A.AL-Yahya; M.S. Al-Said; K.H.EL-Tahir; and S.Rafatullah. Studies on the pharmacological activities of an Ethanol extract of Balessan "Commiphora opobalsamum".  Pakistan J. of Biol. Sciences, 7 (11): 1933-1936, 2004.
70.          M.A.AL-Karawi, A.S.AL-Blowi, M.S. Al-Said, Y.B.AL-Rweli, Herbal-induced dysphagia by granules containing Starch and Morphine. The Saudi Journal of Gastroenterology, Vol.10, No.1, pp32-33, Dhul Quada 1424 H, Jan. 2004.
71.          M.A.Rahman, J.S.Mossa, M.S. Al-Said, and M.A.AL-Yahya, Medicinal plant Diversity in The Flora of Saudi Arabia 1: A Report on Seven plant Families. Fitoterapia, 75, 149-161, 2004.
72.          T.A.AL-Howiriny, M.O. AL-Sohaibani; M.S. Al-Said; M.A.AL-Yahya;  K.H.EL-Tahir; S.Rafatullah, Effect of Commiphora opobalsamum (L) Engl. (Balessan) on Experimental gastric ulcers and secretion in rats. J. Ethnopharmacology, 98, 287-294 (2005).
73.          Y.A.Asiri, M.S. Al-Said, K.I.AL-Khamis, E.M.Niazy, Y.M.EL-Sayed, K.A.AL-Rashood, M.J.AL-Yamani, I.A.AL-Sarra and S.A.AL-Balla, Comparative bioavailability study of cefixime (equivalent to 100 mg/5ml) suspension (Winex vs Suprax) in healthy male volunteers. Int. J. of Clinical and Therapeutics, Vol. 43-No.10, 499-504, 2005.
74.          M.S. Al-Said, M. Ghorab, S. Alqasoumi, E. El-Hossary, E. Noaman, Synthesis and in vitro anticancer screening of some novel 4-[2-amino-3-cyano-4-substituted-5,6,7,8-tetrahydro-quinoline-1-(4H)-yl]benzene­sulfonamides. European J. of Med. Chem., 45, 3011-3018 (2010).
75.          M.S. Al-Said, M.M. Ghorab, M.S. Al-Dosari, M.M. Hamed. Synthesis and in vitro anticancer evaluation of some novel hexahydroquinoline derivatives having a benzenesulfonamide moiety. Eur. J. Med. Chem., 46(1), 201-207 (2011).
76.          M.S. Al-Said, M.S. Bashandy, S.I. Alqasoumi, M.M. Ghorab. Anti-breast cancer activity of some novel 1,2-dihydropyridine, thiophene and thiazole derivatives. Eur. J. Med. Chem., 46(1), 137-141 (2011).
77.          M.S. Al-Said, M.S. Bashandy, M.M. Ghorab. Novel quinolones bearing a biologically active trimethoxyphenyl moiety as a new class of antitumor agents, Arzneimittel-Forschung-Drug Research, 61(9), 527-531 (2011).
78.          M.S. Al-Said, A.I. Alqsoumi, M.M. Ghorab. Design and synthesis of some novel hydrazide, 1,2-dihydropyridine, chromene derivatives carrying biologically active sulfone moiety with potential anticancer activity, Arzneimittel-Forschung-Drug Research, 61(9) 521-526 (2011).
79.          M.M. Ghorab, M.S. Al-Said, E.M. El-Hossary. In vitro cytotoxic evaluation of some new heterocyclic sulfonamide derivatives. J. Heterocyclic. Chem, 48(3), 563-571 (2011).
80.          A.J. Al-Rehaily, M.S. Al‑Said and K.E.H. El Tahir. Peganine isolated from Anisotes trisulcus as a smoking deterrent and anorexigenic agent. African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 5(11), 1342-1348 (2011).
81.          Mansour S. Al-Said, Ramzi A. Mothana, Mohammed O. Al-Sohaibani and Syed Rafatullah. Ameliorative effect of Grewis tenax (Forssk) Fiori Fruit Extract on CCl4-induced oxidative stress and hepatotoxicity in rats. Journal of Food Science 76(9) (2011).
82.          Ramzi A. Mothana, Mansour S. Alsaid and Nawal M. Al‑Musayeib. Phytochemical analysis and in vitro antimicrobial and free-radical-scavenging activities of the essential oils from Euryops arabicus and Laggera decurrens. Molecules 16, 5149-5158 (2011).
83.          M.S. Al-Said, Ghorab, M.M., Nissan, Y.M. Dapson in heterocyclic chemistry, Part VIII: Synthesis, molecular docking and anticancer activity of some novel sulfonylbiscompounds carrying biologically active 1,3‑dihydropyridine, chromene and chromenopyridine moieties. Chem. Cent. J., 6(1), 64 (2012).
84.          M.M. Ghorab, M.S. Al‑Said, Y.M. Nissan. Dapson in heterocyclic chemistry Part VI: Synthesis and molecular docking of some novel sulfone biscompounds of expected anticancer activity, Arzneimittelforschung, Sept 21 (2012). DOI: 10.1055/S-0032-1323660.
85.          M.M. Ghorab, M.S. Al-Said, Y.M. Nissan. Dapson in heterocyclic chemistry, Part V: Synthesis, molecular docking and anticancer activity of some novel sulfonylbiscompounds carrying biologically active dihydropyridine, dihydroisoquinoline, 1,3-dithiolan, 1,3-dithian, acrylamide, pyrazole, pyrazolopyrimidine and benzochromene moieties. Chem. Pharm. Bull, 60(8), 1019-2028 (2012).
86.          M.M. Ghorab, M.S. Al-Said. Antitumor activity of novel pyridine, thiophene and thiazole derivatives. Arch. Pharm. Res. 35(6), 965-973 (2012).
87.          M.M. Ghorab, M.S. Al-Said. Anticancer activity of novel indenopyridine derivatives. Arch. Pharm. Res., 35(6), 987-994 (2012).
88.          M.S. Al-Said, M.G. Al-Gazzar, M.S. Al-Dosari, M.M. Ghorab. Synthesis, anticancer activity and radiosensitizing evaluation of some new 2‑pyridone derivatives, Arznemittelforschung- Drug Res., 62(3), 149-156 (2012).
89.          M.S. Al-Said, M.G. Al-Gazzar, M.M. Ghorab. In-vitro cytotoxic and radiosensitizing evaluation of novel 2‑pyridine, isoquinoline, chromene and chromenopyridone derivatives. Eur. J. Chem., 3(2), 228-234 (2012).
90.          M.M. Ghorab, M.S. Al-Said. Synthesis and antitumor activity of some novel hydrazide, 1,2‑dihydropyridine, chromene, and benzochromene derivatives. J. Heterocyclic Chem., 49(2), 272-280 (2012).
91.          M.S. Al-Said, M.M. Ghorab, H.A. Ghabbour, S. Arshad, H.K. Fun. 1‑(3‑Ethylphenyl)-4,6‑dimethyl-2-oxo-1,2-dihydropyridine-3-carbo­nitrile. Acta Cryst. E68, 01679 (2012).
92.          M.M. Ghorab, M.S. Al-Said, M.S. Abdel-Kader, M. Hemamalini, H.K. Fun. Absolute configuration of (1S,2S)-3-methyl-2-phenyl-2,3-dihydrothiazolo[1,3‑b]quinazolin-5-one, Acta Cryst. E68, 0928 (2012).
93.          M.S. Al‑Said, M.M. Ghorab, H.A. Gabbour, C.K. Quah, H.K. Fun. 4‑[(5,5‑Dimethyl-3-oxocyclohex-1-enyl)-amino]benzenesulfonamide, Acta Cryst. E68, 02370 (2012).
94.          M.M. Ghorab, M.S. Al-Said, H.A. Ghabbour, S. Chantrapromma, H.K. Fun. (E)‑4-Amino-N-(1,2-dihydropyridine-2-ylidene)­benzene­sulfona­mide nitromethane monosolvate. Acta Cryst. E68, 01030 (2012).
95.          M.S. Al-Said, M.M. Ghorab, S. Chantrapromma, H.K. Fun. (3Z,3Z)-3,3‑(3,5-Dimethylfuran-2,4-diyl)bis(4‑hydroxypent-3-en-2-one). Acta Cryst., E68, 0847-0848 (2012).
96.          M.S. Al-Said, H.A. Ghabbour, T.S. Chia, H.K. Fun. Ethyl 2‑amino-4,5-dimethylthiophene-3-carboxylate, Acta Cryst. E68, 02111 (2012).
97.          M.M. Ghorab, M.S. Al‑Said, A.A. Al‑Mishari, C.K. Quah, H.K. Fun. 4‑[(7‑Trifluorometyyl)quinolin-4-yl]amino]benzenesulfonamide- ethanol- methanol (1/0.47/0.53), Acta Cryst. E68, 02396 (2012).
98.          M.M. Ghorab, M.S. Al‑Said, H.A. Ghabbour, T.S. Chia, H.K. Fun. (E)‑3‑Dimethylamino-1-(2,5‑dimethylthiophene-3-yl)prop-2-en-1-one, Acta Cryst. E68, 01712-01713 (2012).
99.          M.M. Ghorab, M.S. Al-Said, S.I. Alqasoumi, T.S. Chia, H.K. Fun. 3‑[(1-Hydroxy-1-phenylpropan-2-yl)amino]-5,5-dimethylcyclohex-2-enone, Acta Cryst. E68, 01436-01437 (2012).
100.      Ramzi A.A. Mothana, Mansour S. Al‑Said, Adnan J. Al‑Rehaily, Tunis M. Thabet, Nasser a. Awad, Michael Lalk, Ulrike Lindequist. Anti-inflammatory, antinociceptive, antipyretic and antioxidant activities and peholic constituents from Loranthus regularis Steud. Ex Sprague. Food Chemistry 130, 344-348 (2012).
101.      Mansour S. Al‑Said, Ramzi A. Mothana, Mohammed A. Al‑Yahya, Ali S. Al-Blowi, Mohammed Al‑Sohaibani, Atallah F. Ahmed, and Syed Rafatullah. Edible oils for liver protection: Hepatoprotective potentiality of Moringa oleifera seed oil against chemical-induced hepatitis in rats. Journal of Food Science 77(7), T124 (2012).
102.      Ramzi A. Mothana, Mansour S. Alsaid, Sidgi S. Hasoon, Nawal M. Al-Mosaiyb, Adnan J. Al-Rehaily, and Mohamed A. Al-Yahya.  Antimicrobial and antioxidant activities and gas chromatography mass spectrometry (GC/MS) analysis of the essential oils of Ajuga bracteosa Wall. ex Benth. and Lavandula dentata L. growing wild in Yemen.  Journal of Medicinal Plants Research, 6(15): 3066-3071 (2012).
103.      M.S. Al-Dosari, M.M. Ghorab, M.S. Al-Said, Y.M. Nissan. Discovering some novel-7-chloroquinolines carrying a biologically active benzenesulfonamide moiety as a new class of anticancer agents. Chem. Pharm. Bull, 61(1) 50-58 (2013).
104.      Mohammed Al-Yahya, Ramzi Mothana, Mansour Al-Said, Mohammed Al-Dosari, Nawal Al-Musayeib, Mohammed Al-Sohaibani, Mohammad Khalid Parvez, and Syed Rafatullah. Attenuation of CCl4-induced oxidative stress and hepatonephrotoxicity by Saudi sidr honey in rats. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Volume 2013, Article ID 569037 (2013).
105.      Mohammed A. Al-Yahya, Ramzi A. Mothana, Mansour S. Al-Said, Kamal Eldin El-Tahir, Mohammed Al-Sohaibani and Syed Rafatullah. Citrus medica “Otroj”:  Attenuates oxidative stress and cardiac dysrhythmia in isoproterenol-induced cardiomyopathy in rats. Nutrients 5(11), 4269-4283 (2013). doi: 10.3390/nu5114269.
106.      Ramzi Mothana, Mansour S. Alsaid, M. Al-Yahya, Adnan J. Al-Rehaily and Jamal M. Khalid. GC and GC/MS of essential oil composition of the endemic sogotraen Leucas virgata and its antimicrobial and antioxidant activities. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 14, 23129-23139 (2013).
107.      Mostafa Ghorab, Mansour Alsaid and Yassin Nissan. Anti-breast cancer of some novel pyrrole and pyrollopyrimidine derivatives bearing a biological active sulfonamide moiety. Life Science Journal, 10(4) (2013).
108.      M. Ghorab, A. Al-Dhfyan, M. El-Gazzar, M. Alsaid. Antiproliferative activity of novel thiophene and thienopyrimidine derivatives. Drug Res. 08-0394 (2013).
109.      M.S. Alsaid, M.G. El-Gazear, M.M. Ghorab. Anticancer activity of novel thiophenes containing a biological active diphenylsulphone, diazepin, piperidine, oxazepine, acryladehyde and sulphonamide moieties. Drug Res. 63; 1-7 (2013).
110.      Mahmoud Bashandy, Mansour Alsaid, Reem Arafa and Mostafa Ghorab. Design, synthesis and molecular docking of novel N,N‑di­methylbenzenesulfonamide derivatives as potential antiproliferative agents. J. Enzyme Inhib. Med. Chem. Early online 1-9 (2013).
111.      Mohammed Al-Dosari, Mostafa Ghorab, Mansour Alsaid, Yassin Nissan, Abdulkareem Ahmed. Synthesis and anticancer activity of some novel trifluoromethylquinolines carrying a biologically active benzenesulfonamide moiety. Europ. J. of Med. Chem. 69, 373-383 (2013).
112.      Victor Kuete, Benjamin Wiench, Mansour S. Alsaid, Muhammad A. Alyahya, Aimé G. Fankam, Abdelaaty A. Shahat and Thomas Efferth. Cytotoxicity, mode of action and antibacterial activities of selected Saudi Arabian medicinal plants. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 13, 354 (2013).
113.      Ibrahim Al-Mofleh, Mohamed Al-Sobaihani, Saleh Alqasoumi, Mansour Al-Said, Mohammed Al-Dosari, Mohammed Al-Yahya, Syed Rafatullah. Fennel "Foeniculum vulgare" treatment protects the gastric mucosa of rats against chemically-induced histological lesions. International Journal of Pharmacology, 9(3), 182-189 (2013).
114.      Mansour AlSaid, Ibrahim Al-Mofleh, Mohammad Raish, Mohammed Al-Sobaihani, Mohammed Al-Yahya and Syed Rafatullah. Antiulcerogenic, anti-secretory and cytoprotective effects of Piper cubeba (L.) on experimental ulcer models in rat. International Journal of Biotechnology for Wellness Industries, 2, 173-182 (2013).
115.      Abdelaaty A. Shahat, Mansour S. Alsaid, Rasmeia A. Hassan and Essam Ezzeldin. Antiviral activity and chemical constituent of Cressacretica L. Life Science Journal,10, 2193-2196 (2013).
116.      Abdelaaty A. Shahat, Mansour S. Alsaid, Muhammad A. Alyahya, Maureen Higgins, Albena T. Dinkova-Kostova. NAD(P)H: Quinone oxidoreductase 1 inducer activity of some Saudi Arabian medicinal plants. Planta Medica, 79, 459-464 (2013).
117.      Mohamed-Elamir F. Hegazy, Tarik A. Mohameda, Fathy F. Abdel-Latif, Mansour S. Alsaid, Abdelaaty A. Shahat, Paul W. Pare.  Trochelioid A and B, new cembranoid diterpenes from the Red Sea soft coral Sarcophyton trocheliophorumPhytochemistry Letters, 6, 383–386 (2013).
118.      Mostafa Ghorab, Maureen Higgins, Mansour Alsaid, Reem Arafa, Abdelaaty Shahat, Albena Dinkova-Kostova. Synthesis, molecular modeling and NAD(P)H: quinone oxidoreductase 1 inducer activity of novel cyanoenone and enone benzensulfonamides. J Enzyme Inhib Med Chem, 29, 840–845 (2014).
119.      Mostafa Ghorab, Marwa El-Gazzar and Mansour Alsaid. Synthesis and anti-breast cancer evaluation of novel N-(guanidinyl) benzenesulfonamides. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 15, 5582-5595 (2014).
120.      Awwad A. Radwan, Mostafa M. Ghorab, Mansour S. Alsaid, Fares K. Alanazi.  Novel ethyl 1,5-disubstituted-1H-pyrazole-3-carboxylates as a new class of antimicrobial agents.  Acta Pharm. 64, 335–344 (2014).
121.      Mostafa M. Ghorab, Marwa G. El-Gazzar and Mansour S. Alsaid.  Design and synthesis of novel thiophenes bearing biologically active aniline, aminopyridine, benzylamine, nicotinamide, pyrimidine and triazolopyrimidine moieties searching for cytotoxic agents.   Acta Poloniae Pharmaceutica – Drug Research, 71, 401‑407 (2014).
122.      Mostafa M. Ghorab, Mahmoud S. Bashandy, Mansour S. Alsaid.  Novel thiophene derivatives with sulfonamide, isoxazole, benzothiazole, quinoline and anthracene moieties as potential anticancer agents.  Acta Pharm., 64, 419–431 (2014).
123.      Mostafa M. Ghorab, Mansour S. Alsaid and Yassin M. Nissan.  Synthesis and molecular docking of some novel anticancer sulfonamides carrying a biologically active pyrrole and pyrrolopyrimidine moieties.  Acta Poloniae Pharmaceutica – Drug Research, 71, 603‑614 (2014). 
124.      Mostafa M. Ghorab, Mansour S. Alsaid, Hazem A. Ghabbour and Hoong-Kun Fun.   Design, synthesis, x-ray crystallographic study and anticancer activity of novel 4-(7-chloro-1-methylquinolin-4-(1H)-ylideneamino)-phenyl-3-(dimethylamino)-prop-2-en-1-one.  Asian Journal of Chemistry; 26, 8497-8500 (2014).
125.      Mostafa M. Ghorab, Maureen Higgins, Albena T. Dinkova-Kostova, Mansour S. Alsaid, and Abdelaaty A. Shahat.  Novel thioureido derivatives carrying thione and sulfonamide moieties induce the cytoprotective enzyme nad(p)h:quinone oxidoreductase 1.  Asian Journal of Chemistry, 26, 8501-8504 (2014).
126.      Abdelaaty A. Shahae, Abeer Y. Ibrahim, Mansour S. Elsaid.  Polyphenolic content and antioxidant activity of some wild Saudi Arabian asteraceae plants.  Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine, 545-551 (2014). doi: 10.1016/S1995-7645(14)60091-2
127.      Ali A. El Gamal, Mansour S. AlSaid, Mohammad Raish, Mohammed Al-Sohaibani, ShazaM. Al-Massarani, Ajaz Ahmad, Mohamed Hefnawy, Mohammed Al-Yahya, Omer A. Basoudan, and Syed Rafatullah.  Beetroot (Beta vulgaris l.) extract ameliorates gentamicin-induced nephrotoxicity associated oxidative stress, inflammation, and apoptosis in rodent model.  Mediators of Inflammation, Volume 2014, Article ID 983952, 12 pages.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/983952
128.      Mostafa M. Ghorab, Mansour S. Alsaid, Mariangela Ceruso, Yassin M. Nissan, Claudiu T. Supuran.  Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors: Synthesis, molecular docking, cytotoxic and inhibition of the human carbonic anhydrase isoforms I, II, IX, XII with novel benzenesulfonamides incorporating pyrrole, pyrrolopyrimidine and fused pyrrolopyrimidine moieties.  Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry, 22, 3684–3695 (2014).
129.      Mostafa M. Ghorab, Saleh I. Alqasoumi, Maged S. Abdel-Kader and Mansour S. Alsaid.  Utility of l-norephedrine in the semisynthesis of novel Thiourea and thiazolidine derivatives as a new class of anticancer agents.  Acta Poloniae Pharmaceutica – Drug Research, 71, 615–623 (2014).
130.      Mostafa M. Ghorab, Marwa G. El-Gazzar and Mansour S. Alsaid.  Synthesis, characterization and anti-breast cancer activity of new 4-aminoantipyrine-based heterocycles.  Int. J. Mol. Sci., 15, 7539-7553 (2014). doi:10.3390/ijms15057539.
131.      Adnan Jathlan Al-Rehaily, Mohammad Shamim Ahmad, Muhammad Yousaf, Shabana Iqrar Khan, Jamal Mustafa, Babu Lal Tekwani, Melissa Jacob, Mohammed Abdulaziz Al-Yahya, Mansour Sulaiman Al‑Said, Jianping Zhao, Ikhlas Ahmad Khan.  Bioactive Chemical Constituents of Ononis natrixJ. Chem. Soc. Pak., 36, 1114-1121 (2014).
132.      Ramzi A. Mothana, Mansour S. Al-Said, Nawal M. Al-Musayeib, Ali A. El Gamal, Shaza M. Al-Massarani, Adnan J. Al-Rehaily, Majed Abdulkader and Louis Maes.  In vitro antiprotozoal activity of abietane diterpenoids isolated from Plectranthus barbatus Andr.  Int. J. Mol. Sci., 15, 8360-8371 (2014).
133.      Mostafa M. Ghorab, Mariangela Ceruso, Mansour S. Alsaid, Yassin M. Nissan, Reem K. Arafa, Claudiu T. Supuran.  Novel sulfonamides bearing pyrrole and pyrrolopyrimidine moieties as carbonic anhydrase inhibitors: Synthesis, cytotoxic activity and molecular modeling.  European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 87, 186e196 ((2014).
134.      Abdelaaty A. Shahat, Abeer Y. Ibrahim, Essam Ezzeldin, and Mansour S. Alsaid.   Acetylcholinesterase inhibition and antioxidant activity of some medicinal plants for treating neuro degenarative disease.   Afr J Tradit Complement Altern Med. 12, 97-103 (2015).
135.      Muhammad Yousaf, Adnan J. Al-Rehaily, Mohammad S. Ahmad, Jamal Mustafa, Mohammed A. Al-Yahya, Mansour S. Al-Said, Jianping Zhao, Ikhlas A. Khan. A 5-alkylresorcinol and three 3,4-dihydroisocoumarins derived from Ononis natrix. Phytochemistry Letters 13, 1-5 (2015)
136.      Ahmed H. Arbab, Mohammad K. Parvez, Mohammed S. Al-Dosari, Adnan J. Al-Rehaily, Mohammed Al-Sohaibani, Elwaleed E. Zaroug, Mansour S. AlSaid, and Syed Rafatullah.  Hepatoprotective and antiviral efficacy of Acacia mellifera leaves fractions against Hepatitis B virus.  BioMed Research International, Volume 2015, Article ID 929131, 10 pages.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2015/929131
137.      Mostafa M. Ghorab, Mansour S. Alsaid and Yassin M. Nissan.  Novel pyrrolopyrimidines and triazolopyrrolopyrimidines carrying a biologically active sulfonamide moieties as anticancer agents.  Acta Poloniae Pharmaceutica – Drug Research, 72, 65-78 (2015).
138.      Mostafa M. Ghorab, Mansour S. Alsaid, Abdullah-Al-Dhfyan and Reem K. Arafa.  Cytotoxic activity of some novel sulfonamide derivatives.  Acta Poloniae Pharmaceutica – Drug Research, 72, 79‑87 (2015).
139.      Mostafa M. Ghorab, Mansour S. Alsaid.  Novel 4-aminoquinazoline derivatives as new leads for anticancer drug discovery.  Acta Pharm. 65, 299–309 (2015).
140.      Mostafa M. Ghorab, Mansour S. Alsaid.  Anti-breast cancer activity of some novel quinoline derivatives.  Acta Pharm., 65, 271–283 (2015).
141.      Abdelaaty A. Shahat, Mansour S Alsaid, Soheir E. Kotob, Hanaa H. Ahmed.  Significance of Rumex vesicarius as anticancer remedy against hepatocellular carcinoma: A proposal-based on experimental animal studies.  Asian Pac J Cancer Prev, 16, 4303-4310 (2015).
142.      Mostafa M. Ghorab, Mansour S. Alsaid.  Synthesis of some tricyclic indeno [1, 2-d] pyrimidine derivatives as a new class of anti-breast cancer agents.  Biomedical Research, 26, 420-425 (2015).
143.      Mansour S. Alsaid, Mostafa M. Ghorab, Maureen Higgins, Albena T. Dinkova-Kostova, Abdelaaty A. Shahat.  NAD(P)H: Quinone oxidoreductase 1 inducer activity of some enaminone derivatives.  Biomedical Research, 26, 7-12 (2015).
144.      Atallah F. Ahmed, Jawaher H. Al-Qahtani, Hanan M. Al-Yousef, Mansour S. Al-Said, AbdelKader E. Ashour, Mohammed Al-Sohaibani, and Syed Rafatullah.  Proanthocyanidin-rich date seed extract protects against chemically induced hepatorenal toxicity.  J Med Food, 18, 280–289 (2015).
145.      Atallah F. Ahmed, Hanan M. Al‑Yousef, Jawaher H. Al‑Qahtani, Mansour S. AlSaid, AbdelKader E. Ashour, Mohammed Al‑Sohaibani, Syed Rafatullah.  Hepatorenal protective effect of Antistax® against chemically‑induced toxicity.  Pharmacognosy Magazine, 11, S173-S181 (2015).
146.      Abdelaaty A. Shahat, Abeer Y. Ibrahim and Mansour S. Alsaid.  Antioxidant capacity and polyphenolic content of seven Saudi Arabian medicinal herbs traditionally used in Saudi Arabia.  Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, 14, 28-35 (2015).
147.      M. A. Al-Yahya, R. A. Mothana, M. S. Al-Said, M. Al-Dosari, M. Al-Sohaibani, M. K. Parvez, S. Rafatullah.  Protective effect of Citrus medica 'Otroj' extract on gentamicin-induced nephrotoxicity and oxidative damage in rat kidney.  Digest Journal of Nanomaterials and Biostructures, 10, 19-29 (2015).
148.      Mansour AlSaid, Ramzi Mothana, Mohammad Raish, Mohammed Al‑Sohaibani, Mohammed Al-Yahya, Ajaz Ahmad, Mohammed Al‑Dosari, and Syed Rafatullah.  Evaluation of the effectiveness of Piper cubeba extract in the amelioration of CCl4-induced liver injuries and oxidative damage in the rodent model.  BioMed Research International, Volume 2015, Article ID 359358, 11 pages.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2015/359358
149.      Shaza M. Al-Massarani, Ali A. El-Gamal, Mansour S. Al-Said, Sultan S. Al-Lihaibi and Omar A Basoudan.  In vitro cytotoxic, antibacterial and antiviral activities of triterpenes from the red sea sponge, Siphonochalina siphonella. Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 14, 33-40 (2015).