Noorah Abdulaziz Othman Alkubaisi

King Saud University

Noorah Abdulaziz Othman Alkubaisi has been working in the field of plant virology, virus immunology, botany, and microbiology since 2013. She holds a degree from the College of Science, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia. She is a senior scientist in a research group of the Department of Botany and Microbiology Lab. She has been Assistant Vice Dean of Student Affairs at King Saud University since 2019. From 2017 to 2020, she was assistant director of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Unit at the same university. She is the recipient of several awards including the best global innovator of KIPA Award in 2019, a bronze medal among 720 international inventions at the Seoul International Invention Fair, Republic of Korea, in 2019, the Innovation Award from King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, in 2019, and the Excellence Award for the best faculty member at the college level in 2018. Additionally, she is a holder of a patent entitled \"Method of Inhibiting plant virus using gold nanoparticles.”

Noorah Abdulaziz Othman Alkubaisi

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Atlas of Ultrastructure Interaction Proteome Between Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus and Gold Nanoparticles includes ultrastructure electron micrographs of the interaction of proteomes between barley yellow dwarf virus (bionanoparticles) and gold nanoparticles (metal nanoparticles) obtained by transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Over six chapters, the book expresses and illustrates the behavior and effects of these two kinds of nanoparticles inside the most important organelles of plant cells. The advantages of using gold nanoparticles as an inert metal therapy against plant virus particles include high efficacy with good tolerability and improvement of plant performance that leads to the disappearance of virus particles inside the plant cells.

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