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  1. Almaki, J.H., Nasiri, R., Idris, A., Majid, F.A.A., Salouti, M., Wong, T.S., Dabagh, S., Marvibaigi, M. and Amini, N., 2016. Synthesis, characterization and in vitro evaluation of exquisite targeting SPIONs–PEG–HER in HER2+ human breast cancer cells. Nanotechnology27(10), p.105601.
  2. Amini, N., Majid, F.A.A., Marvibaigi, M., Supriyanto, E., Jaganathan, S.K., Soon, W.T., Nasiri, R. and Hamzehalipour, J., 2016. Cervicare™ induces apoptosis in HeLa and CaSki cells through ROS production and loss of mitochondrial membrane potential. RSC Advances6(29), pp.24391-24417.
  3. Tap, F.M., Majid, F.A.A. and Khairudin, N.B.A., 2016. Structure prediction of Stem Bromelain from pineapples (Ananas Comosus) using procaricain enzyme as a modelling template. International Journal of Applied Engineering Research11(9), pp.6109-6111




  1. Nur Syukriah Ab Rahman, Liza Md Salleh, Harisun Yaakob, Fadzilah Adibah Abd Majid. ‘Quantification of Gallic Acid and Tannic Acid from Quercus Infectoria (Manjakani) and Their Effects on Antioxidant and Antibacterial Activities’. Pertanika Journal of Science And Technology. Accepted for publication.Vol. 23 (2) Jul. 2015
  1. Hasmida, M.N., Liza, M.S., Nur Syukriah, A.R. , Harisun, Y., Mohd Azizi, C.Y., and Fadzilah Adibah, A.M. ‘Total Phenolic Content and Antioxidant Activity of Quercus infectoria Galls Using Supercritical CO2Extraction Technique and Its Comparison with Soxhlet Extraction’. Pertanika Journal of Science And Technology. Accepted for publication.Vol. 23 (2) Jul. 2015
  2. Ahmad, R. A., Serati-Nouri, H., Majid, F. A. A., Sarmidi, M. R., & Aziz, R. A. (2015). Assessment of Potential Toxicological Effects of Cinnamon Bark Aqueous Extract in Rats. International Journal of Bioscience, Biochemistry and Bioinformatics5(1), 36. (Scopus)
  3. Gani, M. B. A., Nasiri, R., Almaki, J. H., Majid, F. A. A., Marvibaigi, M., Amini, N., … & Mashudin, M. In Vitro Antiproliferative Activity of Fresh Pineapple Juices on Ovarian and Colon Cancer Cell Lines. International Journal of Peptide Research and Therapeutics, 1-12 .2015. (Scopus)
  4. Hassan, R., Majid, F. A. A., & Rahman, A. A. The Potential Of Implementing Food Waste Composting At Source Using Biosense Scheme. International Journal of Research in Applied, Natural and Social Sciences, Vol. 3, Issue 4, Apr 2015, 55-66
  5. Wahab, Norsamsiah Muhamad, Syazwani Abdul Jamil, Dwi Gustiono Riban, Abdul Majid, Fadzilah Adibah, Abdul Kadir, Mohammed Rafiq, and Dedy Hermawan Bagus Wicaksono. “Wax-Impregnated Cotton Fabrics as Cell Culture Platform.” In Advanced Materials Research, vol. 1112, pp. 441-444. 2015. (Scopus)
  6. Amini, Neda, Eko Supriyanto, Mohsen Marvibaigi, and Fadzilah Adibah Abdul Majid. “Human Papilloma Virus E6/E7 Messenger Rna As A Biomarker For Detecting The Risk Evaluation Of Cervical Cancer Progression: Overview Of Recent Clinical Trials.”Jurnal Teknologi75, no. 1 (2015). (Scopus)
  7. Shahpour Khangholi, Fadzilah Adibah Abdul Majid, Najat Jabbar Ahmed Berwary, Farediah Ahmad, Ramlan Bin Abd Aziz. The Mechanisms of Inhibition of Advanced Glycation End Products Formation through Polyphenols in Hyperglycemic Condition. Planta Med 2015; 81: 1–14. DOI 10.1055/s-0035-1558086 (Scopus)




  1. Marvibaigi, Mohsen, Neda Amini, Eko Supriyanto, Shajarahtunnur Jamil, Fadzilah Adibah Abdul Majid, and Shahpour Khangholi. “Total Phenolic Content, Antioxidant and Antibacterial Properties of Scurrula ferruginea Extracts.” Jurnal Teknologi70:5 (2014) 65-72. Scopus
  2. Marvibaigi, Mohsen, Eko Supriyanto, Neda Amini, Fadzilah Adibah Abdul Majid, and Saravana Kumar Jaganathan. “Preclinical and Clinical Effects of Mistletoe against Breast Cancer.” BioMed research international Volume 2014 (2014), Article ID 785479, 15 pages Scopus
  1. Shams, Gholamhossein, Hassan Fahmi Ismail, Teh Liam Chee, M. Abbas Ali, Fadzilah Adibah Abdul Majid, Mohamad Roji Sarmidi, and Ramlan Abdul Aziz. “Development of HPLC Fingerprint Analysis of Traditional Diabetes Herbal Jamu Diabetes Plant Materials.” Jurnal Teknologi 68:1 (2014) p83-88. Scopus
  2. Amir Abbas Kazemzadeh Farizhandi, Sharifah Annirah Syed Abd Rahman, Dayang Norulfairuz Abang Zaidel, Ida Idayu Muhamad, Fadzilah Adibah Abdul Majid (2014). Plant protein hydrolysates from soybean and rice grain as a supplement for medium in human skin fibroblast 1184 cell culture. Advances in Environmental Biology, 8(3) Pages: 838-843 Scopus.
  3. Chermahini, Siavash Hosseinpour, Fadzilah Adibah Abdul Majid, Azila Abdul Aziz, and Harisun Yaakob and Amir Abbas Kazemzadeh Farizhandi. “New Approaches in Topical Delivery Through Using Various Permeation Barrier Enhancers.” World Applied Sciences Journal 31, no. 12 (2014): 2120-2136. Scopus
  4. Mohd Daud, Nurizzati, Ng Boon Sing, Abdul Hakim Yusop, Fadzilah Adibah Abdul Majid, and Hendra Hermawan. “Degradation and in vitro cell-material interaction studies on hydroxyapatite-coated biodegradable porous iron for hard tissue scaffolds.” Journal of Orthopaedic Translation (2014). Volume 2, Issue 4, October 2014, Pages 177–184 Scopus
  1. Ahmad, R.A.,Abdullah, S.H.A.S.Serati-Nouri, H., Abdul Majid F.ASarmidi, M.R.Aziz, R.A. (2014). Antiproliferative activity of coumarin and cinnamon water extract on human ovarian cancer cells. Lat Am. J. Pharm. 33(6), 960-5. Scopus
  1. Nur Syukriah Ab Rahman, Liza Md Salleh, Harisun Yaakob, Fadzilah Adibah Abd Majid. Effect of Solvent Extraction on Antioxidant and Antibacterial Activities from Quercus Infectoria (Manjakani). (2014) International Food Research Journal. 21(3), 1031-1037.



Dr Fadzilah Adibah pioneering the commercial medical research of herbal and marine based health supplement, bridging the research activities to conform to industrial need and the regulatory requirement following the international standards. She leads the commercial research on herbal supplement for diabetes, arthritis and cancer. She is currently consulting on health products research and development to a bionexus status company, Proliv Life Sciences Sdn Bhd and research based company Naturemedic Laboratories Sdn Bhd for commercialization activities. Herbal supplement for diabetes named Aidecine™ (MAL15080016TC), Glicatrim™ (MAL20152498TCE/USFDA) and Synacinn™ (MAL ) are the three most recently approved herbal supplements developed through university research and is going into commercialization exercise. She is a committee member of Cosmetics Safety Expert Committee (CoSEC) for National Pharmaceutical Control Bureau (NPCB), Ministry of Health, Malaysia since 2010. University based research needs an international platform for commercialization networking. Thus, she recently engages with non-profit organization PUGM (Malaysia Graduate Entrepreneurs Association) based in Kuala Lumpur to initiate networking with fellow graduate entrepreneurs from ASEAN countries and China. Her research leadership is strengthen by a team of 21 PhDs, 30 Masters degrees and more than 100 undergraduates. She published internationally and locally more than 150 papers with ranks (May 2016): 306 citations/H-index 8 (Google scholars), 191 citation/H-index 6 (Scopus).

She is actively giving public lectures on functional foods and herbal health talks nationwide



Recent Research Projects


  1. Preclinical and Clinical Trials Phase 1 and 2 of herbal supplement made from standardized extracts of Orthosiphon stamineus and Andrographis paniculata for lowering blood glucose in diabetic patients. MoA-EPP1, 2014-2020. (2014-2017/RM7.25M)
  2. Pembangunan Produk Kesihatan berasaskan nanas untuk lelaki dan wanita dan bentuk serbuk/MOA-LPNM/2016-2017/RM50,000.
  3. Formulation and standardization of traditional polyherbs capsule prototype using Orthosiphon stamineus and Andrographis paniculata for diabetes. MOA-NRGS, 2013-2014. RM500,000.00