Editorial Panel

Editors

Dr. Munir AKTAŞ

ProfessorFirat UniversityVeterinary FacultyDepartment of Parasitology23119, Elazığ, Turkey
Dr Munir Aktas
Department of Parasitology, Veterinary Medicine, Firat University, 23119, Elazig, Turkey
Munir Aktas earned his undergraduate and MSci degrees at the University of Firat in Turkey. Subsequently he served on the faculty of Veterinary Medicine, first as an assistant of Parasitology until 1997. In 1997, Münur Aktas received his PhD degree from the University of Firat. Currently, Dr Aktas is an Professor in Department of Parasitology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Firat University, Turkey. In the course of his PhD thesis research, Dr. Aktas conducted fields studies in cattle vaccinated against tropical theileriosis. In parallel he worked in ticks and tick-borne diseases (babesiosis, theileriosis, anaplasmosis). Dr. Münur Aktas is a member of the Turkish Society of Parasitology. At national and international levels, he has served as a member of Turkish Research Grant Review panel.
Ticks and tick-borne diseases (theileriosis, babesiosis, anaplasmosis, ehrlichiosis).
RESEARCH GRANTS

Project no. Role in the project Project title Funding Authority Amount of Grant (TL)
108 G 126 Coordinator Molecular Characterization of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus (CCHFV) and Development of Diagnostic Kit and Protective Vaccines against CCHFV TÜBİTAK 4.956.270
110 O 870 Coordinator Molecular epizootiology and characterization of tick-borne diseases (babesiosis, theileriosis, hepatozoonosis, anaplasmosis, ehrlichiosis) in dogs TÜBİTAK 175.350
106 O 416 Coordinator Detection of Theileria, Babesia and Anaplasma Species in Cattle and Ticks by Rever Line Blotting (RLB) in the East Black Sea Region TÜBİTAK 239.350
105 O 020 Coordinator Investigation on theileriosis in sheep and goats in east anatilia region by molecular techniques TÜBİTAK 9.450
104 O 393 Coordinator Investigation of tick-borne diseases caısed by haemoprotozoan parasites in sheep and goats in east and southeast Anatolia by sequence analysis and reverse line blotting (RLB) TÜBİTAK 49.200
VHAG-2119 Coordinator Investigation on theileriosis in sheep and goats in east anatolia region by molecular techniques TÜBİTAK 23.000
WHAG-1653 Researcher Investigation on the prevalence of tropical theileriosis in east and southeast Anatolia region by molecular technique TÜBİTAK 10.000
Vd 126 Coordinator Investigation of Theileira and Babesia species in sheep and goat from Adana, Mersin, Gaziantep and Adıyaman provinces FÜBAP 15.000
H 6261 Researcher Variable polymorphism in ribosomal RNA intergenic spacer regions among different ruminant Theileria species ABD Texas A&M Üniversitesi Project No. 20.000$
510561 Researcher Ecology of Hyalomma marginatum and its implications in the epidemiology of CCHF in Turkey European Union 6th Framework 15.000£

PhD STUDENT SUPERVISED

No Name of student/Session Supervisor Title of Thesis
1 Kürşat Altay 1 Investigation on theileriosis in sheep and goats in
Anatolia region by molecular technique

2 Sezayi Özübek 1 Investigation of Theileira and Babesia species in sheep and goat from Adana, Mersin, Gaziantep and Adıyaman provinces


Peer reviewed article published in SCI and SCI-expanded Journals

1. Özer E, Şaki CE, Sevgili M, Aksin N, Aktaş M. Pneumocystis carinii (delanoē and delanoē, 1912) infections in some bird species. Turkish Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences 1996;20(1):45-8.
2. Aktaş M, Dumanli N, Babür C, Karaer Z, Öngör H. Determination of seropositivity for Toxoplasma gondii infection in pregnant and aborted sheep in Elaziǧ and vicinity by sabin-feldman (SF) test. Turkish Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences 2000;24(3):239-41.
3. Aktaş M, Babür C, Karaer Z, Dumanli N. Determination of anti-Toxoplasma gondii antibodies in cattle in Elaziǧ and environs by sabin-feldman (SF) test. Turkish Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences 2000;24(6):535-8.
4. Aktaş M, Dumanli N, Karaer Z, Çakmak A, Sevgili M. Seroprevalences of Babesiea species in cattle in Elaziǧ, Malatya and Tunceli provinces. Turkish Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences 2001;25(4):447-51.
5. Aktaş M, Sevgili M, Dumanli N, Karaer Z, Çakmak A. Seroprevalance of Theileria annulata in Elaziǧ, Malatya and Tunceli provinces. Turkish Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences 2001;25(3):359-63.
6. Aktaş M, Düzgün A, Babür C. Seroprevalance of Babesia ovis in sheep in Malatya. Turkish Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences 2001;25(3):241-3.
7. Aktaş M, Dumanli N. Natural infections of Hyalomma species with Theileria annulata in malatya region. Turkish Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences 2001;25(1):119-24.
8. Aktas M, Dumanli N, Çetinkaya B, Çakmak A. Field evaluation of PCR in detecting Theileria annulata infection in cattle in eastern turkey. Veterinary Record, 2002;150(17):548-9.
9. Aktas M, Dumanli N, Angin M. Cattle infestation by Hyalomma ticks and prevalence of Theileria in Hyalomma species in the east of turkey. Vet Parasitol 2004;119(1):1-8. DOI: 10.1016/j.vetpar.2003.10.013
10. Dabak M, Dabak DO, Aktas M. Cerebral theileriosis in a holstein calf. Vet Rec 2004;154(17):533-4.
11. Dumanli N, Aktas M, Cetinkaya B, Cakmak A, Koroglu E, Saki CE, Erdogmus Z, Nalbantoglu S, Ongor H, Simşek S, Karahan M, Altay K. Prevalence and distribution of tropical theileriosis in eastern turkey. Vet Parasitol 2005;127(1):9-15.
12. Altay K, Dumanli N, Holman PJ, Aktas M. Detection of Theileria ovis in naturally infected sheep by nested PCR. Vet Parasitol 2005;127(2):99-104.
13. Aktaş M, Altay K, Dumanli N. Survey of Theileria parasites of sheep in eastern Turkey using polymerase chain reaction. Small Ruminant Research 2005;60(3):289-93.
14. Aktaş M, Altay K, Dumanli N. Development of a polymerase chain reaction method for diagnosis of Babesia ovis infection in sheep and goats. Vet Parasitol 2005;133(4):277-81.
15. Şimşek S, Köroǧlu E, Dumanli N, Aktaş M, Şaki CE, Altay K, Ütük AE. Seroprevalence of cattle hydatidosis in some districts in the east anatolian region of Turkey. Turkish Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences 2005;29(6):1305-10.
16. Aktas M, Altay K, Dumanli N. A molecular survey of bovine Theileria parasites among apparently healthy cattle and with a note on the distribution of ticks in eastern Turkey. Vet Parasitol 2006;138(3-4):179-85.
17. Aktas M, Altay K, Dumanli N. PCR-based detection of Theileria ovis in Rhipicephalus bursa adult ticks. Vet Parasitol 2006;140(3-4):259-63.
18. Tonbak S, Aktas M, Altay K, Azkur AK, Kalkan A, Bolat Y, Dumanli N, Ozdarendeli A. Crimean-congo hemorrhagic fever virus: Genetic analysis and tick survey in Turkey. J Clin Microbiol 2006;44(11):4120-4.
19. Aktas M, Altay K, Dumanli N. Determination of prevalence and risk factors for infection with Babesia ovis in small ruminants from Turkey by polymerase chain reaction. Parasitol Res 2007;100(4):797-802.
20. Yamasaki M, Inokuma H, Sugimoto C, Shaw SE, Aktas M, Yabsley MJ, Yamato O, Maede Y. Comparison and phylogenetic analysis of the heat shock protein 70 gene of Babesia parasites from dogs. Vet Parasitol 2007;145(3-4):217-27.
21. Altay K, Dumanli N, Aktas M. Molecular identification, genetic diversity and distribution of Theileria and Babesia species infecting small ruminants. Vet Parasitol 2007;147(1-2):161-5.
22. Aktas M, Bendele KG, Altay K, Dumanli N, Tsuji M, Holman PJ. Sequence polymorphism in the ribosomal DNA internal transcribed spacers differs among Theileria species. Vet Parasitol 2007;147(3-4):221-30.
23. Altay K, Aktaş M, Dumanli N. Theileria infections in small ruminants in the east and southeast Anatolia. Acta Parasitologica Turcica / Turkish Society for Parasitology 2007; 31(4):268-71.
24. Altay K, Aktaş M, Dumanli N. Survey of T. annulata and T. buffeli/orientalis in cattle in the region of Erzincan using reverse line blotting. Acta Parasitologica Turcica / Turkish Society for Parasitology 2007; 31(2):94-7.
25. Altay K, Aktaş M, Dumanli N. PCR-RFLP analysis of the Tams1 gene of Theileria annulata. Acta Parasitologica Turcica / Turkish Society for Parasitology 2007;31(3):173-5.
26. Estrada-Peña A, Zatansever Z, Gargili A, Aktas M, Uzun R, Ergonul O, Jongejan F. Modeling the spatial distribution of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic fever outbreaks in Turkey. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 2007;7(4):667-78.
27. Ozdarendeli A, Aydin K, Tonbak S, Aktas M, Altay K, Koksal I, Bolat Y, Dumanli N, Kalkan A. Genetic analysis of the M RNA segment of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic fever virus strains in Turkey. Arch Virol 2008;153 (1):37-44.
28. Altay K, Aktas M, Dumanli N, Aydin MF. Evaluation of a PCR and comparison with RLB for detection and differentiation of Theileria sp. MK and other Theileria and Babesia species of small ruminants. Parasitol Res 2008;103(2):319-23.
29. Altay K, Aktas M, Dumanli N. Detection of Babesia ovis by PCR in Rhipicephalus bursa collected from naturally infested sheep and goats. Res Vet Sci 2008;85(1):116-9.
30. Altay K, Aydin MF, Uluişik U, Aktaş M, Dumanli N. Use of multiplex PCR for the diagnosis of Theileria annulata and Theileria buffeli. Acta Parasitologica Turcica/Turkish Society for Parasitology 2008;32 (1):1-3.
31. Altay K, Aydin MF, Dumanli N, Aktas M. Molecular detection of Theileria and Babesia infections in cattle. Vet Parasitol 2008;158 (4):295-301.
32. Aktas M, Altay K, Dumanli N, Kalkan A. Molecular detection and identification of Ehrlichia and Anaplasma species in ixodid ticks. Parasitol Res 2009;104(5):1243-8.
33. Heidarpour Bami M, Haddadzadeh HR, Kazemi B, Khazraiinia P, Bandehpour M, Aktas M. Molecular identification of ovine Theileria species by a new PCR-RFLP method. Vet Parasitol 2009;161 (3-4):171-7.
34. Aktas M, Vatansever Z, Altay K, Aydin MF, Dumanli N. Molecular evidence for Anaplasma phagocytophilum in ixodes ricinus from turkey. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 2010;104(1):10-5.
35. Şimşek S, Köroğlu E, Dumanlı N, Aktaş M, Şaki CE, Altay K, Ütük AE, Seroprevalance of cattle hydatidosis in some countries of east Anatolian region of Turkey, Turkısh Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, 2010; 29:1305-1310.
36. Özdarendeli A, Çanakoǧlu N, Berber E, Aydin K, Tonbak S, Ertek M, Buzgan T, Bolat Y, Aktaş M, Kalkan A. The complete genome analysis of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic fever virus isolated in Turkey. Virus Res 2010;147 (2):288-93.
37. Aktas M, Altay K, Dumanli N. Molecular detection and identification of Anaplasma and Ehrlichia species in cattle from Turkey. Ticks and Tick-Borne Diseases 2011;2 (1):62-5.
38. Iqbal F, Fatima M, Shahnawaz S, Naeem M, Shaikh RS, Ali M, Shaikh AS, Aktas M, Ali M. A study on the determination of risk factors associated with babesiosis and prevalence of Babesia sp., by PCR amplification, in small ruminants from southern punjab (pakistan). Parasite 2011;18 (3):229-34.
39. Aydin MF, Balkaya I, Aktaş M, Dumanli N. Tick (ixodoidea) and flea (siphonaptera) species on three red foxes (vulpes vulpes) in Erzurum province. Acta Parasitologica Turcica/Turkish Society for Parasitology 2011; 35(2):110-3.
40. Altay K, Dumanli N, Aktas M. A study on ovine tick-borne hemoprotozoan parasites (Theileria and Babesia) in the east black sea region of Turkey. Parasitol Res 2012;111(1):149-53.
41. Aktas M, Altay K, Ozubek S, Dumanli N. A survey of ixodid ticks feeding on cattle and prevalence of tick-borne pathogens in the black sea region of turkey. Vet Parasitol 2012;187(3-4):567-71.
42. Erdemir A, Aktas M, Dumanli N, Turgut-Balik D. Isolation, cloning and sequence analysis of the lactate dehydrogenase gene from Theileria annulata may lead to design of new antitheilerial drugs. Vet Med 2012;57 (10):559-67.
43. Berber E, Canakoglu N, Yoruk MD, Tonbak S, Aktas M, Ertek M, Bolat Y, Kalkan A, Ozdarendeli A. Application of the pseudo-plaque assay for detection and titration of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic fever virus. J Virol Methods 2013;187(1): 26-31.
44. Canakoglu N, Berber E, Ertek M, Yoruk MD, Tonbak S, Bolat Y, Aktas M, Kalkan A, Ozdarendeli A. Pseudo-plaque reduction neutralization test (PPRNT) for the measurement of neutralizing antibodies to Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic fever virus. Virology Journal 2013,10,6.
45. Aktas M, Özübek S, Ipek DNS. Molecular investigations of Hepatozoon species in dogs and developmental stages of Rhipicephalus sanguineus. Parasitol Res 2013, 112 (6): 2381-2385.
46. Iqbal F, Khattak RM, Ozubek S, Khattak MNK, Rasul A, Aktas M. Application of the reverse line blot assay for the molecular detection of Theileria and Babesia sp. in sheep and goat blood samples from Pakistan. Iranian Journal of Parasitology 2013, 8 (2): 289-295.
47. Inci A, Yazar S, Tuncbilek AS, Canhilal R, Doganay M, Aydin L, Aktas M, Vatansever Z, Ozdarendeli A, Ozbel Y, Yildirim A, Duzlu O. Vectors and vector-borne diseases in Turkey (Review). Ankara Univ Vet Fak Derg 2013, 60 (4): 281-296.
48. Aydin, M.F., Aktas, M., Dumanli, N. Molecular identification of Theileria and Babesia in sheep and goats in the Black Sea Region in Turkey. Parasitol Res 2013, 112 (8): 2817-2824.
49. Aktas M, Vatansever Z, Ozubek S. Molecular evidence for trans-stadial and transovarial transmission of Babesia occultans in Hyalomma marginatum and Rhipicephalus turanicus in Turkey. Vet Parasitol 2014, 204 (3-4): 369-71.
50. Altay K, Dumanli N, Aktaş M, Özübek S. Survey of Anaplasma infections in small ruminants from east part of Turkey. Kafkas Univ Vet Fak Derg 2014, 20 (1): 1-4.
51. Akat A, Aktas M, Dumanlı N, Turgut-Balik D. Isolation, cloning and sequence analysis of enolase enzyme encoding gene from Theileria annulata for assessment important residues of this enzyme. Kafkas Univ Vet Fak Derg 2014, 20 (2): 243-248.
52. Aktas M. A survey of ixodid tick species and molecular identification of tick-borne pathogens. Vet Parasitol 2014, 200 (3-4): 276-283.
53. Aydin MF, Aktas M, Dumanli N. Molecular identification of Theileria and Babesia in ticks collected from sheep and goats in the Black Sea region of Turkey. Parasitol Res 2015, 114 (1); 65-69.
54. Canakoglu N, Berber E, Tonbak S, Ertek M, Sozdutmaz I, Aktas M, Kalkan A, Ozdarendeli A. Immunization of knock-out α/β interferon receptor mice against high lethal dose of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic fever virus with a cell culture based vaccine. Neg Trop Dis 2015, DOI:10.1371/journal.pntd.0003579.
55. Aktas M, Özübek S, İpek NDS, Altay K, Balkaya I, Utuk AE, Kırbas A, Şimsek S, Dumanlı N. Molecular detection of tick-borne rickettsial and protozoan pathogens in domestic dogs from Turkey. Parasites & Vectors 2015, 8;157.
56. Aktas M, Özübek S, Altay K, Balkaya I, Utuk AE, Kırbas A, Şimsek S, Dumanlı N. A molecular and parasitological survey of Hepatozoon canis in domestic dogs in Turkey. Vet Parasitol 2015, 209 (3-4);264-267.
57. Aktas M, Özübek S. Bovine anaplasmosis in Turkey: First laboratory confirmed clinical cases caused by Anaplasma phagocytophilum.Vet Microbiol. 2015, 78; 246-251.
58. Aktas M, Ozubek S. Molecular and parasitological survey of bovine piroplasms in the Black Sea Region, including the first report of babesiosis associated with Babesia divergens in Turkey. Journal of Medical Entomology. 2015, 52, 1344-1350. doi: 10.1093/jme/tjv126.
59. Gunes N., Arsoy D., Aktas M., Ozubek S., Ozuicli M., Aydin L., Selcuk O. Changes in some biochemical parameters in small ruminant theileriosis. Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science. 2016, 22, 303-307.
60. Saeed Z., Iqbal F., Hussain M., Shaikh R.S., Farooq U., Akbar A., Gulsher M., Ayaz M.M., Mahmood S.A., Ali M., Aktas M. Molecular prevalence and haematology of tropical theileriosis in cholistani cattle from nomadic herds of the cholistan desert, Pakistan. Kafkas Universitesi Veteriner Fakultesi Dergisi. 2016, 22, 281-286.
61. Gunes, N., Arsoy, D., Aktas, M., Ozubek, S., Ozuicli, M., Aydin, L., Selcuk, O.d Changes in some biochemical parameters in small ruminant theileriosis. Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science. 2016, 22, 303-307.
62. Zaka Saeed, Furhan Iqbal, Mureed Hussain, Rehan Sadiq Shaikh, Umer Farooq, Atif Akbar, Muhammad Gulsher, Muhammad Mazhar Ayaz, Syed Aamir Mahmood, Muhammad Ali, Munir Aktas. Molecular prevalence and haematology of tropical theileriosis in cholistani cattle from nomadic herds of the cholistan desert, Pakistan. Kafkas Universitesi Veteriner Fakultesi Dergisi. 2016, 22, 281-286.
63. Muhammad, Qamar, Muhammad Irfan Malik, Muhammad Latif, Qurat ul Ain, Munir Aktas, Rehan Sadiq Shaikh, Furhan Iqbal. Molecular Detection and Prevalence of Hepatozoon canis in Dogs from Punjab (Pakistan) and Hematological Profile of Infected Dogs. Vector-Borne Zoonotic Diseases. 2016, Volume XX, Number XX, 2016.
64. Ozubek S, Aktas M. Molecular and parasitological survey of ovine piroplasmosis, including the first report of Theileria annulata in sheep and goats from Turkey. Journal of Medical Entomology. 2017, 54 (1):212-220. doi: 10.1093/jme/tjw134.
65. Sezayi Ozubek, Munir Aktas. Molecular evidence of a new Babesia sp. in goats. Veterinary Parasitology, 2017, 15;233:1-8. doi: 10.1016/j.vetpar.
66. Aktas M, Özübek S. Transstadial Transmission of Hepatozoon canis by Rhipicephalus sanguineus (Acari: Ixodidae) in Field Conditions. J Med Entomol. 2017 Jul 1;54(4):1044-1048. doi: 10.1093/jme/tjx050.
67. Aktas M, Ozubek S. A survey of canine haemoprotozoan parasites from Turkey, including molecular evidence of an unnamed Babesia. Comp Immunol Microbiol Infect Dis. 2017 Jun;52:36-42. doi: 10.1016/j.cimid.
68. Aktas M, Ozubek S. Molecular survey of haemoplasmas in shelter dogs and associations with Rhipicephalus sanguineus sensu lato. Med Vet Entomol. 2017 Dec;31(4):457-461. doi: 10.1111/mve.
69. Aktas M, Ozubek S. Molecular evidence for trans-stadial transmission of Anaplasma platys by Rhipicephalus sanguineus sensu lato under field conditions. Med Vet Entomol. 2018 Mar; 32(1):78-83. doi: 10.1111/mve.
70. Aktas M, Ozubek S. A molecular survey of small ruminant hemotropic mycoplasmosis in Turkey, including first laboratory confirmed clinical cases caused by Mycoplasma ovis. Vet Microbiol. 2017 Sep; 208: 217-222. doi: 10.1016/j.vetmic.
71.Aktas M, Özübek S. Outbreak of anaplasmosis associated with novel genetic variants of Anaplasma marginale in a dairy cattle. Comp Immunol Microbiol Infect Dis. 2017 Oct; 54:20-26. doi: 10.1016/j.cimid.
72. Ipek NDS, Özübek S, Aktas M. Molecular Evidence for Transstadial Transmission of Ehrlichia canis by Rhipicephalus sanguineus sensu lato Under Field Conditions. Journal of Medical Entomology. 2017 Dec 19. doi: 10.1093/jme/tjx217.
73. Ozubek S, Ipek DNS, Aktas M. A Molecular Survey of Rickettsias in Shelter Dogs and Distribution of Rhipicephalus sanguineus (Acari: Ixodidae) sensu lato in Southeast Turkey.J Med Entomol. 2017 Nov 23. doi: 10.1093/jme/tjx213.

Farooz Ahmad Lone

Assistant ProfessorSher-e-kashmir university of Agricultural science and Technology of KashmirDivision of Animal Reproduction, Gynaecology & Obstetrics, FVSc & AHShuhama-190006, SKUAST-K, Srinagar, India
Year Degree Board/ University Marks (%/OGPA) Subjects
2010 MVSc SKUAST-K 8.15/10 Major: Animal Reproduction, Gynaecology and Obstetrics
Minor: Vety. Biochemistry
Vety. Microbiology
2007 BVSc & A.H SKUAST-K 3.057/4 As per Veterinary Council of India
Qualified ICAR NET in 2012
S. No.
AUTHORS AND TITLE
JOURNAL/Volume & Issue Current impact factor (2018)

Original research papers in international refereed journals
1. Lone FA, Islam R, Khan MZ, Sofi KA. 2011. Effect of transportation temperature on the quality of cauda epididymal spermatozoa of ram. Animal Reproduction Science: 123: 54-59 (Elsevier) 1.61
2. Lone FA, Islam R, Khan MZ, Sofi KA. 2012. Preservation of Ovine cauda epididymal spermatozoa using different egg yolk based extenders at 40C. Reproduction in Domestic animals. 47, 257–262 (Wiley) 1.40
3. Sofi KA, Khan MZ, Islam R, Lone FA. 2011. Effect of Cysteamine and epidermal growth factor supplementation on the in vitro maturation rate of ovine oocytes. Small Ruminant Research 96: 191–194 (Elsevier) 0.96
4. Mir SS, Lone FA, Khan MZ, Malik AA, Islam R, Sofi KA. 2012. Effect of cold storage period on the quality of ram cauda epididymal spermatozoa recovered post mortem. Turkish Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences. 36(6): 683-687 0.45
5. Wani AR, Khan MZ, Sofi KA, Lone FA, Malik AA, Bhat FA, Islam R. 2012. Effect of Cysteamine and Epidermal growth factor supplementation in the maturation medium on in vitro maturation, fertilization and Culturing of embryos in sheep. Small Ruminant Research, 106:160–164 (Elsevier) 0.96
6. Wani AR, Khan MZ, Sofi KA, Malik AA, Lone FA, Bhat, FA. 2013. Effect of follicular size on in vitro maturation, fertilization and culture of sheep embryos. Iranian Journal of Veterinary Research, 14(4): 299-304 0.17
7. Inyat S, Khan MZ, Lone FA, Malik AA. 2013. Impact of gestation on blood mineral parameters in Corriedale sheep. Wayamba Journal of Animal Science NA
8. Lone FA, Malik AA, Khatun A, Islam R, Shabir M. 2016. Returning of cyclicity in infertile Corriedale Sheep with natural Progesterone and GnRH based Strategies. Asian Pacific Journal of Reproduction 5(1): 64-67
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9. Haneef A. Rather, Rafiqul Islam, Asloob A. Malik, Farooz A. Lone. 2016. Addition of antioxidants improves quality of ram spermatozoa during preservation at 4◦C. Small Ruminant Research 141 (2016) 24–28 0.96
10. Mohamad Naiem Banday, Farooz Ahmad Lone, Fabiha Rasool, Muzamil Rashid, Arif Shikari. 2017. Use of antioxidants reduce lipid peroxidation and improve quality of crossbred ram sperm during its cryopreservation. Cryobiology 74 (2017) 25-30. 2.00

Original Research papers in national refereed journals
1. Lone FA, Islam R, Khan MZ, Sofi KA. 2011. Effect of collection methods on the quality and quantity of spermatozoa recovered from the cauda epididymides of slaughtered ram. Indian Veterinary Journal 88(9):46-48
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2. Lone FA, Islam R, Khan MZ, Sofi KA. 2011. Effect of post mortem time on the quality of ram cauda epididymal spermatozoa. Indian Journal of Small Ruminants. 174-177 NA
3. Sofi KA, Khan MZ, Islam R, Lone FA. 2011. Effect of corpus luteum and status of animal on recovery rate of oocytes in ovine. Indian journal of Animal Reproduction 31(1): 81-82 NA
4. Sofi KA, Khan MZ, Islam R, Lone FA. 2011. Effect of dimension and side of the ovary on recovery rate of oocytes in ovine. Indian Journal of Small Ruminants. 17(1): 132-134 NA
5. Sofi KA, Khan MZ, Islam R, Lone FA. 2012. Effect of collection methods on the recovery rate and in vitro maturation rate of ovine oocytes. Indian Journal of Animal Science 82 (10): 1190–1192 0.19
6. Sofi KA, Khan MZ, Islam R, Lone FA. 2012. Effect of size of follicle on recovery rate and in vitro maturation rate of ovine oocytes. Indian Veterinary Journal NA

7. A. A. Malik, G. G. Sheikh, F. A. Lone, R. Islam and A. Khatun. 2013. Delivery of Cyclopia Monster Fetus from a Crossbred Heifer Suffering from Dystocia. Journal of Advanced Veterinary Research. 3:167-168. NA
8. T. Ahmed, A.A. Malik, F.A. Lone, A. Khatun and R. Islam. 2016. Dystocia due to Unilateral Shoulder Flexion with Downward Deviation of Head in Ewe - A Case Report. Theriogenology Insight: 5(3): 199-201 NA
9. Asloob Ahmad Malik, Touqeer Ahmed, Hakim Athar, Farooz Ahmad Lone and Rafiqul Islam. Dystocia due to Fetal Arthrogryposis in a Crossbred Cow-A case report SKUAST Journal of Research 18(2): 159-162; (2016) NA
10. Touqeer Ahmed, Rafiqul Islam, Farooz Ahmad Lone and Asloob Ahmad Malik. Effect of washing on the post-thaw quality of cryopreserved ram epididymal spermatozoa. Veterinary World. 9(5): 519-523.
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11. Haneef A. Rather, Rafiqul Islam, Asloob A. Malik, Farooz A. Lone and Mohamad Naiem Banday. 2017. Effect of different extenders for preservation of ram semen at 4°C Indian J. Anim. Res., 51 (6) 2017 : 982-987 0.147
Review Papers
1. Sofi KA, Khan MZ. Akhoon ZA, Lone FA, Wani AR. 2012. In vitro maturation of oocytes in sheep: an Overview. Indian Journal of Small Ruminants 18 (1) 16-25 NA
2. Sofi KA, Khan MZ, Islam R, Lone FA, Akhoon ZA. 2013. Immunological implications of Pregnancy in ruminants: A Review Veterinary Practitioner 14 (2): 383-86 NA
3. Lone FA, 2014. Concepts and physiological understanding of endocrine and ovarian events in relation to an ovarian cycle in cattle: A Review. Research and Reviews: Journal of Veterinary Science and Technology
2 (3): 1-9 NA
4. Mohamad Naiem Banday and Farooz A. Lone. 2016. Nanopurification: an emerging technique to purify semen International Journal of Science, Environment and Technology, 5 (5): 2016, 3069 – 3072 NA


Editorials
1. Lone, F.A. 2016. Nanotechnology based semen purification: A Panacea. Veterinary Medicine-Open Journal 1(1): 1-2 NA

N. Pazhanivel

ProfessorDepartment of Veterinary PathologyMadras Veterinary CollegeChennai-600 007Tamil Nadu, India
Completed three projects, published 176 articles.
avian pathology, toxicopathology and cancer biology
DIPLOMATE
Awarded Diplomate ICVP by the Indian Association of Veterinary Pathologists on 2010
Awards/Medals: International-7
National- 20

Membership in professional bodies:
• Tamilnadu Veterinary Council.
• Indian Veterinary Association
• Indian Association of Veterinary Pathologists
• Indian Society for Nuclear Technology in Animal Sciences
• Society of Toxicology, India
• Indian Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Research (IAAVR)
• Association for Prevention and Control of Rabies in India (APCRI)
• Indian Association of Veterinary Microbiologists, Immunologists and Specialists in Infectious Diseases (IAVMI)
• Laboratory Animal Scientist Association (LASA)
• Electron Microscope Society of India (EMSI)
• Indian Society for Veterinary Immunology and Biotechnology
• Indian Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine
• Tamil Nadu Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences
• Indian Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology
• Indian Society for Advancement of Canine Practice (ISACP)
• Agricultural Scientific Tamil Society (SciTSA)
• Indian Society for Veterinary Medicine
Publications: (List enclosed)
• Research publications: 176


Papers presented
Research Papers presented: 191

Cengiz GOKBULUT, DVM, PhD

Department of Pharmacology and ToxicologyFaculty of MedicineBalikesir UniversityBalikesir 10100, TURKEY
I graduated from Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Ankara University, Turkey in 1991. I got a scholarship from Turkish Higher Education Council for doing PhD abroad in 1995. I started my PhD study at the Department of Pharmacology, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK in 1996. I obtained my PhD degree in 2000. Then I backed to Turkey and started to work as lecturer and researcher at Department of the Pharmacology and Toxicology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Adnan Menderes, Aydin, Turkey. I became Professor here in 2011 then I moved to Balikesir University in 2013 as researcher and lecturer at Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Faculty of Medicine, Balıkesir, Turkey.
- Pharmacokinetics and Toxicokinetics
- Determination of drugs, pesticides and mycotoxin in biological samples with validated chromatographic methods.
- In vivo-in vitro metabolism of drugs;
- Pharmacokinetic/Toxicokinetic models and data analysis.
- Analytical method development and validation for chromatographic analysis
RESEARCH PROJECTS:
• The development of a rapid and sensitive chromatographic analysis technique for the determination of multiple residues of macrocyclic lactone anthelmintic drugs (ivermectin, doramectin, eprinomectin, moxidectin and abamectin) in butter. BAU Research Project (2015-2016).
• Comparative pharmacokinetics and in vitro metabolism of ricobendazole in goat and sheep, and efficacy and the effect of increased doses on the plasma disposition of ricobendazole in goats. EU-COST-TUBITAK (2009-2012).
• The effects of sunlight and simulated rainfall on the plasma disposition of ivermectin following topical administration in cattle. TUBITAK (2008-2011).
• Effects of age and gender on the plasma disposition of ivermectin following pour-on administration in goats. ADU Research Project (2008-2009).
• Comparative plasma kinetic profiles of firocoxib, tepoxalin and meloxicam following oral administration in dogs, ADU Research Project (2008-2010).
• Investigation of Sulphonamide Residues in Honey Consumed in Aegean Region using High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) with post-column derivatization, ADU Research Project, VTF-07011, 27/02/2006, 22/01/2008.
• Determination of pesticide in ground-water of province of Aydin and assumption of their toxicological risk, 2005. ADU Research Project.
• Determination of Nitrite and Nitrate levels in drinking water consuming in Aydın by high pressure liquid chromatography, (VTF-10024), 2011 ADU Research Project.
• Comparative plasma dispositions of ivermectin following subcutaneous (Baymec, 1%) and oral (Efektin® tablet) administration in goats, 2005. ADU Research Project.
• The effect of diet on the plasma disposition of triclabendazole in goats. 2002-2005. ADU Research Project.
• Plasma dispositions and faecal excretions of oxfendazole, fenbendazole and albendazole following oral administration to donkeys, 2004. ADU Research Project.
• Plasma pharmacokinetics and faecal excretion of ivermectin and doramectin following oral administration in donkeys, 2004. ADU Research Project.
• Comparative plasma dispositions of ivermectin and doramectin following subcutaneous and oral administration in dogs, 2004. ADU Research Project.
• Serum leptine, IFN-, İL-4, İL-10 and nitric oxidize concentrations and their relations with respiration in adult patients suffering with asthma, 2004. ADU Research Project.
• The pharmacokinetics, optimization and potantiation of anthelmIntics in the horse by dietary and methylendioxyphenil-oxidative metabolic manipulation. Home of Rest for Horses. University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, 1996-2000.
SELECTED PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS (SCI)
1. Cirak VY, Aksit D, Cihan, H, Gokbulut C, Plasma dispositions and concentrations of ivermectin in eggs following treatment of laying hens. New Zealand Veterinary Journal. (In press) DOI10.1080/00480169.2018.1426504 2. Uslu, M., Şendur, N., Şavk, E., Karul, A., Kozacı, D., Gökbulut, C., ... & Ömürlü, İ. K. (2017). Psoriazis hastalarında kan homosistein, folik asit, vitamin B12 ve vitamin B6 düzeyleri. Archives of the Turkish Dermatology & Venerology/Turkderm, 51(3).
3. Veneziano, V., Neglia, G., Buono, F., Pacifico, L., Manna, L., Bassini, A. & Gokbulut, C. (2017). In vitro efficacy of alphacypermethrin on the buffalo louse Haematopinus tuberculatus (burmeister, 1839). Buffalo Bulletin, 36(2), 327-334.
4. Karademir U, Aksit D, Kum C, Erdogan H, Ucar EH, Peker C, Gokbulut C. (2016) The effect of surgery (Ovariohysterectomy) on the plasma disposition of meloxicam following intravenous administration in dogs. BMC Vet Res. 2016 Feb 20;12(1):33. doi: 10.1186/s12917-016-0659-y.
5. Aksit D, Korkut O, Aksoz E, Gokbulut C. (2016) Plasma disposition and faecal excretion of eprinomectin following topical and subcutaneous administration in non-lactating dairy cattle. N Z Vet J. 2016 Jul;64(4):207-11. doi: 10.1080/00480169.2016.1146172.
6. Gokbulut C, Aksit D, Santoro M, Roncoroni C, Mariani U, Buono F, Rufrano D, Fagiolo A, Veneziano V. (2016) Plasma disposition, milk excretion and parasitological efficacy of mebendazole in donkeys naturally infected by Cyathostominae. Vet Parasitol. 2016 Feb 15; 217, 95-100. doi: 10.1016/j.vetpar.2015.12.031.
7. Gokbulut C, Ozuicli M, Aksit D, Aksoz E, Korkut O, Yalcinkaya M, Cirak VY. (2016) Comparative plasma and milk dispositions, faecal excretion and efficacy of per os ivermectin and pour-on eprinomectin in horses. J Vet Pharmacol Ther. 2016 Dec;39(6):584-591. doi: 10.1111/jvp.12308.
8. Aksit, D., Yalinkilinc, H.S., Sekkin, S., Boyacioglu, M., Cirak, V.Y., Ayaz, E., Gokbulut, C., 2015. Comparative pharmacokinetics and bioavailability of albendazole sulfoxide in sheep and goats, and dose-dependent plasma disposition in goats. BMC Veterinary Research, 27;11:124.
9. Ayaz, E., Gökbulut, C., Coşkun, H., Türker, A., Özsoy, Ş., Ceylan, K. (2015) Evaluation of the anthelmintic activity of pumpkin seeds (Cucurbita maxima) in mice naturally infected with Aspiculuris tetraptera (Article) Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytotherapy, 7, 189-193
10. Karademir, U., Gokbulut, C., Akar, F., 2015. Comparative Plasma Dispositions of Meloxicam and Carprofen Following Oral Administration in Dogs. Acta Scientiae Veterinariae 43.
11. Gokbulut, C., Yalinkilinc, H.S., Aksit, D., Veneziano, V. (2014). Comparative pharmacokinetics of levamisole-oxyclozanide combination in sheep and goats following per os administration. Canadian Journal of Veterinary Research. 78 316-320.
12. Gokbulut, C., Aksit, D., Smaldone, G., Mariani, U., Veneziano, V. (2014). Plasma pharmacokinetics, faecal excretion and efficacy of pyrantel pamoate paste and granule formulations following per os administration in donkeys naturally infected with intestinal strongylidae, Veterinary Parasitology. 205, 186-192.
13. Veneziano, V., Galietti, A., Mariani, U., Di Loria, A., Piantedosi, D., Neola, B., Guccione, J., Gokbulut, C. (2013). Field efficacy of eprinomectin against the sucking louse Haematopinus asini on naturally infested donkeys. Veterinary Journal 197 (2):512-514
14. Veneziano, V., Neglia, G., Cimmino, R., Balestrieri, A., Rufrano, D., Bastianetto, E., Santoro, M., Gokbulut, C. (2013). The efficacy and safety of alphacypermethrin as a pour-on treatment for water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) infested with Haematopinus tuberculatus (Phthiraptera: Haematopinidae). Parasitology Research 112 (8): 2907-2912.
15. Gokbulut C., Naturali S., Rufrano D., Anastasio A., Yalinkilinc H.S., Veneziano V. (2013). Plasma disposition and milk excretion of eprinomectin following pour-on administration in lactating donkeys. Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 36 (3):302-305.
16. Kösoǧlu, M., Yücel, B., Gökbulut, C., Konak, R., Bircan, C. (2013) Hasat zamanının arı sütünün kimi biyokimyasal ve ı̇z element kompozisyonları üzerine etkisi | [The effect of harvesting time on some biochemical and trace element compositions of royal jelly] Kafkas Universitesi Veteriner Fakultesi Dergisi. 19 (2), pp. 233-237
17. Aypak, S., Gokbulut, C., Voyvoda, H., Simsek, E., Guler, A.G (2013) Trichostrongylidae spp. ile doǧal enfekte saanen ve damascus (Halep) keçilerinde ı̇vermektinin terapötik etkinliǧi üzerine uygulama yolunun etkisi | [Influence of the route of administration on therapeutic efficacy of ivermectin in saanen and damascus goats naturally infected with trichostrongylidae spp]. Kafkas Universitesi Veteriner Fakultesi Dergisi. 9 (2), pp. 263-269
18. Yamaner, Ö., Erdaǧ, B., Gökbulut, C. (2013) Stimulation of the production of hypericins in in vitro seedlings of Hypericum adenotrichum by some biotic elicitors. Turkish Journal of Botany. 37 (1), pp. 153-159
19. Sekkin S., Gokbulut C., Kum C., Karademir U. (2012). Plasma disposition of enrofloxacin following intravenous and intramuscular administration in donkeys. Veterinary Record, 3; 171(18):447.
20. Veneziano V., Neglia G., Galietti A., Rufrano D., Bassini A., Mariani U., Gokbulut C. (2012). Efficacy of alphacypermetrin pour-on against natural Werneckiella equi infestation on donkeys (Equus asinus). Parasitology Research, 111(3):967-73.
21. McKellar Q.A., Gokbulut C. (2012). Pharmacokinetic features of the antiparasitic macrocyclic lactones. Current Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, 13(6):888-911. (Invited review).
22. Gokbulut C, Sekkin S, Aksit D, Karagenc T, Aysul N, Tatli O, Boyacioglu M. (2012) The effects of simulated rain and sun exposure on the plasma disposition of ivermectin following pour-on administration in heifers. Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics. 35(3):309-12.
23. Gokbulut C., Cırak V., Senlik B., Aksit D., McKellar Q. (2011). The effects of different ages and dosages on the plasma disposition and hair concentration profile of ivermectin following pour-on administration in goats, Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics. 34(1):70-5.
24. Gokbulut C., Loria A., Günay N., Masucci R., (2011) Plasma disposition, haircoat depletion and anthelmintic efficacy of eprinomectin following pour-on administration in donkeys, American Journal of Veterinary Research, 72(12):1639-45.
25. Venezianoa V., Loria A., Masucci R., Palo R., Brıanti E., Gokbulut C., (2011). Efficacy of eprinomectin pour-on against Dictyocaulus arnfieldi infection in donkeys (Equus asinus)., The Veterinary Journal, 190(3):414-415. (Short Comm.).
26. Gokbulut C., Boyacıoğlu M., Karademır U., Akşit D. (2010) The effect of fasting on the plasma disposition of triclabendazol following oral administration in goats, Research in Veterinary Science, 89 (3):415-7.
27. Sakarya S, Gokbulut C, Oztürk T, Ertugrul MB (2010) Sialic acid is required for nonspecific adherence of Salmonella enterica ssp. enterica serovar Typhi on Caco-2 cells. FEMS Immunol Med Microbiol. 58(3):330-5.
28. Sakarya S, Ertugrul MB, Oztürk T, Gokbulut C. (2010) Effect of pharynx epithelial cells surface desialylation on receptor-mediated adherence of Staphylococcus aureus. Journal of Applied Microbiology 108, 1313–1322.
29. Gokbulut C., Bilgili, A., Kart, A., Turgut, C. (2010) Comparative plasma disposition of ivermectin, doramectin and moxidectin after subcutaneous administration in rabbit, Laboratory Animals, 44(2), 138-142
30. Gokbulut C, Cirak VY, Senlik B, Aksit D, Durmaz M, McKellar QA. (2010) Comparative plasma disposition, bioavailability and efficacy of ivermectin following oral and pour-on administrations in horses. Veterinary Parasitology, 170 (1-2), 120-126.
31. Turgut C, Erdogan O, Ates D, Gokbulut C, Cutright TJ. (2010) Persistence and behavior of pesticides in cotton production in Turkish soils. Environ Monit Assess Environ Monit Assess. 162(1-4):201-8
32. Gokbulut C. (2010). Sesame Oil: Potential Interaction with P450 Isozymes. Journal of Pharmacology and Toxicology 2010; 5: 469-472.
33. Gokbulut C., Bilgili, A., Hanedan, B., Aksit, D., Aksoy A.M., Turgut, C. (2009) Breed-related plasma disposition of ivermectin following subcutaneous administration in Kilis and Damascus goats. Research in Veterinary Science; 87(3):445-448.
34. Gokbulut C., Bilgili, A., Hanedan, B., Aksit, D., Aksoy A.M., Turgut, C. (2009) Sex-related plasma disposition of ivermectin following pour-on administration in goats. Veterinary Parasitology, 162, 342–345
35. Turgut C, Erdogan O, Ates D, Gokbulut C, Cutright TJ. (2009) Persistence and behavior of pesticides in cotton production in Turkish soils. Environ Monit Assess. 162(1-4):201-8
36. Sekkin, S C., Gokbulut C., Kum, C, Karademir, U. (2010) Pharmacokinetics of Enrofloxacin following Intravenous and Intramuscular administration in donkeys. 3;171(18):447.
37. Gokbulut C, Cirak VY, Senlik B, Yildirim F, McKellar QA. (2009). Pharmacological assessment of netobimin as a potential anthelmIntic for use in horses: Plasma disposition, faecal excretion and efficacy. Research in Veterinary Science, 86(3):514-520.
38. Gokbulut C., Karademir, U., Boyacioglu, M., McKellar, Q.A. (2008) The effect of sesame and sunflower oils on the plasma disposition of ivermectin in goats. Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutic, 31 :472-8
39. Kum, C., Gokbulut C., Sekkin, S. Boyacioglu, M. (2009) Pharmacokinetics of danofloxacin following Intravenous and Intramuscular administration in donkeys. Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutic, 32 :105-8
40. Turgut C., Gokbulut C., Cutright T., (2009). Contents and sources of DDT impurities in Dicofol formulations, Environ Sci Pollut Res Int. 16:214-217.
41. Kiliç N., Ceylan A., Serin İ., Gokbulut C. (2007). Possible Interaction between lameness, fertility, some minerals and vitamin E in dairy cows, Bull Vet İnst Pulawy, 51, 4, 425-429.
42. Turgut C., Gokbulut C., Organochlorine contamination in mineral water in Turkey, FEB (SCİ), (2007).
43. Gokbulut C., Karademir Ü., Boyacioğlu M., (2007). Comparison of plasma pharmacokinetic profile of ivermectin following administration of subcutaneous injection (Baymec®) and oral tablet (Efektin®) in goats, Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 30, 489-491.
44. Gokbulut C. (2007). Comparative plasma disposition of fenbendazole, oxfendazole and albendazole in dogs, Veterinary Parasitology,148, 3, 279-28, (2007).
45. Gokbulut C., Karademir, U., Boyacioglu, Akar, A. (2007). The effect of diet type on the plasma disposition of triclabendazole in goats. Research in Veterinary Science, 82, 3, 388-391, 2007.
46. Gokbulut C., Ozyurt G., Ozoğul Y., Ozyurt C.E., Polat A., Ozoğul F., Ersoy B., Kuley E., 2007 Determination of the quality parameters of pike perch Sander lucioperca caught by gillnet, longline and harpoon in Turkey, Fisheries Science, 73, 412-420.
47. Gokbulut, C., Cirak, V.Y., Senlik, B. (2006). Plasma disposition and faecal excretion of netobimin metabolites and enantiospecific disposition of albendazole sulphoxide produced following oral administration of netobimin in ewes. Veterinary Resarch Comminications, 30(7):791-805
48. Gokbulut, C., Akar, F., McKellar, Q.A. (2006). Plasma dispositions and faecal excretions of oxfendazole, fenbendazole and albendazole following oral administration to donkeys. The Veterinary Journal, 172, 166–172.
49. Gokbulut C., Karademir, U., Boyacioglu, M., McKellar, Q.A. (2006) Comparative plasma dispositions of ivermectin and doramectin following subcutaneous and oral administration in dogs. Veterinary Parasitology, 135, 347-354.
50. Ozogul, Y., Ozogul, F., Gokbulut, C. (2006). Quality assessment of wild European eel (Anguilla anguilla) stored in ice, Food Chemistry, 95, 458-465.
51. Gokbulut, C., Boyacioglu, M., Karademir, U. (2005). Plasma pharmacokinetics and faecal excretion of ivermectin and doramectin following oral administration in donkeys. Research in Veterinary Science, 79, 233-238.
52. Ozogul, O., Gokbulut, C., Ozyurt, G., Ozogul, Y. and Dural, M. (2005). Quality assessment of gutted wild sea bass (Dicentrarchus Labrax) stored in ice, cling film and aluminium foil, European Food Research and Technology, 220, 292-298.
53. McKellar, Q.A., Gokbulut, C., Benchaoui, H.A. & Muzandu, K.M. (2002). Fenbendazol pharmacokinetics, metabolism and potetiation in horses, Drug Metabolism and Disposition, 30, 1230-1239.
54. Gokbulut, C., Nolan, A.M., McKellar, Q.A. (2002). Pharmacokinetic disposition, faecal excretion and in vitro metabolism of oxibendazole following oral administration in horses, Research in Veterinary Science, 72, 11-15.
55. Gokbulut, C., Nolan, A.M., McKellar, Q.A. (2001). Plasma pharmacokinetics and faecal excretion of ivermectin, doramectin and moxidectin after oral administration in horses, Equine Veterinary Journal, 33, 494-498.
56. Gokbulut, C., Nolan, A.M., McKellar, Q.A. (2001). Pharmacokinetic disposition and faecal excretion of pyrantel pamoate following oral administration in horses, Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 27, 77-79.
ABSTRACTS AND PRESENTATIONS:
1. Gokbulut, C., Aksit, D., Santoro, M., Mariani, U., Veneziano, V. Plasma disposition, milk excretion and parasitological efficacy of mebendazole in donkeys naturally infected by Cyathostominae. 25th International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology, P1A213/0211, 16-20 August 2015, Liverpool, UK.
2. Veneziano V, Gallo A, Masucci R, Benedetto D, Neola B, Pasolini MP, Gokbulut, C. Clinical trial on the effıcacy and safety of fenbendazole oral suspension on donkeys naturally infected by intestinal strongylidae. XIX. SIVA-FEEVA Congress Arrezzo, Italy. 1-3 February 2013.
3. Veneziano V, Galetti A, Di Loria A., Masucci R, Benedetto D, Gokbulut, C. Treatment of natural infestation of the chewing louse (Werneckella equi) on donkeys using alphacypermethrine pour-on. SOPIPA, Parasitology Society of Italy, XXVII. Natioanal Congress. Alghero, Italy. 26-29 June 2012.
4. Gokbulut, C., Cirak, V.Y., Aypak, S., Avci, H., Sekkin, S., Yalinkilinc, H.S., Boga, B., Ayaz, E. In Vivo Uptake of Ricobendazole by Haemonchus contortus and Correlation between Plasma and Tissue Dispositions in Goats. 12. International Congress of the European Association for Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology, Amsterdam Holland, Poster (2.2.47), 10/07/2012.
5. Gokbulut, C., Aksit, D., Yalinkilinc, H.S., Sekkin, S., Boyacioğlu, M. Comparative Pharmacokinetics of Ricobendazole in Sheep and Goats, and Dose-Depended Plasma Disposition in Goats. 12. International Congress of the European Association for Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology, Amsterdam Holland, Poster (2.2.47), 10/07/2012.
6. Gokbulut C., Yalinkilinc, H.S., Naturali, S., Gallo, A., Veneziano, V. Plasma Disposition and Milk Excretion of Eprinomectin in Lactating Donkeys. 12. International Congress of the European Association for Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology, Amsterdam Holland, Poster (2.2.49), 10/07/2012.
7. Sekkin, S. Gokbulut, C. Aksit, D. Yalinkilic HS. Genotoxic effect of albendazole sulphoxide in sheep lymphocytes. 12. International Congress of the European Association for Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology, Amsterdam Holland, Poster (2.2.55), 10/07/2012
8. Gokbulut, C., Yalinkilinc, H.S. Comparative pharmacokinetics of levamisole-oxyclozanide combination in sheep and goats following per os administration. Cost action FA 0805, 4th CAPARA WGs Workshop & MC Meeting, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain) 19-21 September 2012.
9. Gokbulut, C., Aksit, D., Yalinkilinc, H.S., Sekkin, S., Boyacioğlu, M. Cirak, V.Y., Ayaz, E. Comparative Pharmacokinetics of Ricobendazole in Sheep and Goats, and Dose-Depended Plasma Disposition in Goats. Cost action FA 0805, 4th CAPARA WGs Workshop & MC Meeting, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain) 19-21 September 2012.
10. Gokbulut, C., Cirak, V.Y., Aypak, S., Avci, H., Sekkin, S., Yalinkilinc, H.S., Boga, B., Ayaz, E. In Vivo Uptake of Ricobendazole by Haemonchus contortus and Correlation between Plasma and Tissue Dispositions in Goats. Cost action FA 0805, 4th CAPARA WGs Workshop & MC Meeting, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain) 19-21 September 2012.
11. Seyrek K, Ertabaklar H., Eretug S., Bildik A., Kıral F, Akşıt, H., Boduc E., Gokbulut C., Pasa S, Ozbel, Y. Rate of apoptosis in Leishmania Tropica. COST Action BM0802: Life or Death of Protozoan Parasites. Third annual meeting. Burussels-Belgum, 27 – 29 March, 2011.
12. Gokbulut C., Cırak V., Senlik B., Aksit D., McKellar Q. (2011). The effects of different ages and dosages on the plasma disposition and hair concentration profile of ivermectin following pour-on administration in goats. Cost action FA 0805, I. CAPARA WGs Workshop & MC Meeting, Teselaniki, Greece, 7-9 October 2009.
13. Sekkin S., Gokbulut C., Kum C., Karademir Ü., Pharmacokinetics of enrofloxacin and its metabolite ciprofloxacin after Intravenous and Intramuscular administration in donkeys,11th International Congress of the European association for Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology (2009).
14. Gokbulut C., Çirak V.Y., Şenlik B., Akşit D., Durmaz M., McKellar Q., Comparative plasma dispositions and bioavailability of ivermectin following oral and pour-on administration in horses ,11. International Congress of the European Association for Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology, (2009).
15. Gokbulut C., Çirak V.Y., Şenlik B., Akşit D., McKellar Q., The effects of different ages and dosages on the plasma disposition and hair degradation of ivermectin following pour-on administration in goats ,11. International Congress of the European Association for Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology (2009).
16. Turgut C., Gokbulut C., Şahin Y., Ates D. (2007). The concentration and environmental risk of DDT impurities in dicofol formulations in Turkey, SETAC Europe Porto Portugal, 07/05/2007.
17. Turgut C., Ateş D., Atatanır L., Gökbulut C., Körükmez N., The passive sampling of pesticides in olive gardens for ensuring organic farming, SETAC Warsaw, Polanya, 27/05/2008.
18. Gokbulut C., Çirak V., Şenlik B., McKellar Q. (2007). Plasma disposition and feacal excretion of netobimin following oral administration in horses., International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology, Gent, Belgium.
19. Gokbulut C., Karademir, U., Boyacioglu, M., Akar, F. (2006). The effect of diet on the plasma disposition of triclabendazole in goats 10th International Conference of the European Association for Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology (EAVPT), Torino, Italy.
20. Gokbulut C., Boyacioglu, M., Karademir, U., McKellar, Q.A. (2006). The effect of sesame and sunflower oils on the plasma disposition of ivermectin in goats. 10th International Conference of the European Association for Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology (EAVPT), Torino, İtaly
21. Gokbulut, C., Cirak, V.Y., Senlik, B. (2005). Plasma disposition and faecal excretion of netobimin metabolites and enantiospecific disposition of albendazole sulphoxide produced in ewes. 1. National Congress of Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology, Ankara.101-110.
22. Gokbulut, C., Boyacioglu, M., Karademir, U. (2005). Pharmacokinetics and faecal excretion of ivermectin (eqvalan® paste) and doramectin (dectomax®) following oral administration in donkeys. 1. National Congress of Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology, Ankara.252-253.
23. Karademir, U., Gokbulut, C., Boyacioglu, M. (2005). Comparative plasma dispositions of ivermectin and doramectin following subcutaneous and oral administration in dogs. XİV. National Parasitology Congress, İzmir. SB08-2.
24. Gokbulut, C., Nolan A.M., McKellar, Q.A. (2000). “The effect of piperonyl butoxide on the in vitro metabolism and chirality of oxfendazole and fenbendazole in equine liver microsomes”, 8th International Conference of the European Association for Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology (EAVPT), Jerusalem, İsrael.
25. McKellar, Q.A., Gokbulut, C. (2000). “Recent development in anthelmintic therapy for horses”, 8th International Conference of the European Association for Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology (EAVPT), Jerusalem, İsrael.
26. Gokbulut, C., Monteiro, A.M., Gibson, I., Nolan, A.M., McKellar, Q.A. (2000). “Effect of piperonyl butoxide on the pharmacokinetics and chirality of oxfendazole in ponies”, 8th International Conference of the European Association for Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology (EAVPT), Jerusalem, İsrael.
27. Gokbulut, C., McKellar, Q.A. (1999). “Pharmacokinetics of oxfendazole, fenbendazole and oxibendazole after oral administration in horses”, 17th International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology, g. 7. 07, Copenhagen, Denmark.
28. Gokbulut, C., McKellar, Q.A. (1999). “Pharmacokinetics of ivermectin, doramectin and moxidectin after oral administration in horses”, 17th International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology, g. 7. 06, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Hussein Abdel-Hay Kaoud

Prof. of Animal, Poultry and Environmental HygieneDept. of Veterinary HygieneFaculty of Vet. Medicine, Cairo UniversityEgypt-Giza
Dr. Hussein Kaoud was the Chairman of the Department of Animal Health and Preventive Medicine at Cairo University. He has given lectures in Molecular Epidemiology, Biological Control of Pathogens and Biotechnology at different universities and has been a member of many of National and International Publishing Houses, Reviewer, and Editor for many indexed journals.
Currently, he works as Full Professor of Animal, Poultry, Aquaculture Health and Environmental Pollution, Dept. of Hygiene and Management Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University, Egypt. His research interest is focused on Molecular Biology, Molecular Epidemiology and Advanced Technology of Basic Life Sciences after he had his D.Sc.
He has published more than 265 publications. He has Several Patents, one international award (In the field of Aquaculture, USA), 10 Cairo university International Publication awards and the Appreciation Awards in Advanced Technological Sciences, from Cairo University. More than 45-years’ experience in Medical Veterinary Sciences, he supervised, examined and discussed many theses: (M.V.Sc, Ph.D.).
Epidemiology - Veterinary genetics - Animal health - Poultry and Fish Health
Awards

1- Award of Achievement and Advanced training of Research in Fish Disease and Water Quality-1992- Auburn University, USA.
2- Award of Prof. Ahab Ismail in "Veterinary Hygiene", Cairo University 2009.
3- International Scientific Publication Award-Cairo University: 2007, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 ,2016 and 2017.
4- Inclusion in Who's Who in the World (The book is a global reference relied on by universities, libraries, corporations, and governments around the world), 2012, 2013 ,2014 and 2018.
5- Cairo University Award of appreciation in advanced technological sciences,2014

Conferences:

• National:
Share member and attending of 38 conferences.
• International Conferences:
Share member and attending of 12 conferences.
• Abstracts in International Conferences:
10 Abstracts
• Abroad Activities:
• Missions: 2
1- Membership Peace Fellowship to USA, Alabama Institute of Fisheries and Aquaculture .1992.
2- Membership Peace Fellowship to USA, Virginia Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, Blacksburg .2002-2003.

Professional Memberships:

1. Member of the Committee for promotion of Assistant Professors (Animal Hygiene, Nutrition, Food Control, Animal Management &Zoonoses), 1997 -2013.
2. Member of the Committee Board for promotion of the Professors and Assistant Professors (Animal Hygiene, Nutrition, Food control Animal Management &Zoonoses), 1997 -2013.
3- Member of the Committee Board for promotion of the Professors (Animal Hygiene, Animal Management & Zoonoses), 2013 -2016.


Publications statistic:

Journals Publication = 125
Conferences Publication = 55
Books = Total = 85

Dr. Sireesha Mamillapalli

Assistant Professor of BiochemistrySchool of ScienceMarywood UniversityScranton, PA - 18509, USA
Education

Wichita State University, Wichita, KS Doctor of Philosophy Ph.D., Chemistry Defended thesis-December 2017
“Structural and Stability studies on Domain 4 of anthrax toxin protective antigen (PA); its role in anthrax pathogenesis”

Master of Science MS., Chemistry (Fall 2016)
Wichita State University, Wichita KS

Master of Science M.Sc. (May 2010)
Organic Chemistry
Andhra University, India

Bachelor of Science B.Sc. (May 2008)
Chemistry Biochemistry & Microbiology
Andhra University, India
Honors and Awards

• ‘Outstanding Teaching Assistant’ in chemistry Fall 2013 & Spring 2016
• B. Lloyd and Eleanor B. Parker Graduate fellowship Fall 2012 & 2013
• Jerry B. Cohlmia chemistry fellowship Fall 2014 & 2015
• Dr. Erach R Talaty chemistry fellowship Fall 2015

Selected Presentations

• ‘Effects of the receptor CMG2 on stability changes in domain 4 of anthrax protective antigen in
comparison to the full-length protein’ Mamillapalli S, Bann JG. Gordon Research conference
(Proteins), June 2015.
• ‘Role of His616-Tyr642 hydrogen bond on the thermodynamic stability of domain 4 of the anthrax
toxin protective antigen’ Mamillapalli S, Bann JG. American chemical society Midwest regional
meeting, November 2013.
• ‘Effect of the receptor CMG2 on stability changes in domain IV of anthrax toxin protective antigen’
Mamillapalli S, Bann JG. GRASP, Wichita State University April 2016.

Activities

• Volunteer for the program ‘Expanding Your Horizon’ to motivate young women in pursuing Science
careers held at Wichita state University.
• Actively involved in STEM outreach programs for performing basic chemistry experiments.
• Assistant lab coordinator for Science Olympiad program at Wichita state university.
• Judged a policy debate for a group of high school students held at Wichita East high school.
• ‘Stability of domain 4 of the anthrax toxin protective antigen and the effect of the VWA domain of
CMG2 on stability’ Mamillapalli S, Miyagi M, Bann JG. Protein science 2016.
• ‘Long-Range Stabilization of Anthrax Protective Antigen upon Binding to CMG2’ Mullangi V,
Mamillapalli S, Anderson DJ, Bann JG, Miyagi M. Biochemistry 2014.
• ‘Thermodynamic stabilization of anthrax PA by the soluble VWA domain of CMG2 and effects on
anti-PA IgG titer production kinetics in mice’ Mamillapalli S, Bann JG. (Manuscript under
preparation)
• ‘Identification of a stalled intermediate of anthrax protective antigen that precedes formation of a pore’
Mamillapalli S, Bann JG. (Manuscript under preparation)

Dr. Md. Moin Ansari, PhD

Associate Professor-cum-Senior ScientistSher-E-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and TechnologyProfessor’s Quarter-1, SKUAST University CampusShalimar-190025, Jammu & Kashmir, India
Dr. M.M. Ansari is currently working as Associate Professor/Senior Scientist and imparting teaching, research, extension & clinical activities at SKUAST of Kashmir, a premier Agricultural University of J&K, India. He completed his PhD in Vet. Surgery and Radiology with Vet. Pharmacology, Vet. Medicine as minor subjects from Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar, India is one of the premier national institutions in veterinary and animal sciences in the world. He has also qualified and received certificates of NET and ICAR-SRF (PGS) from ASRB, ICAR, New Delhi and NAARM, Hyderabad respectively. He has over 15 years of experience of teaching, research, extension education and administration. During this period he has served College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences at India’s foremost Agricultural University GBPUAT, Pantnagar. He has extended his services as consultant to the zoological park; Pet clinic, Patna and World Bank funded Diversified Agricultural Support Project, Uttarakhand. Dr. Ansari has become the first scientist from Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir to get Fellow by the Academy of Sciences for Animal Welfare, recognized by the Animal Welfare Board of India under the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of India, in recognition of outstanding contribution for advancement of science and welfare. He has been honoured with number of prestigious national and international awards and recognitions for his contribution including Gold Medal from Indian Society for Veterinary Surgery, Award of Outstanding Participants, Award of Excellence, Award of Appreciation from Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Outstanding Scientists of the Twenty First Century year (21st) 2008, by International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England, Best Volunteer National Service Scheme Award, from Birsa Agricultural University, Jharkhand, Academy of Sciences for Animal Welfare Associateship award, Reviewers Excellent Award, Editorial Excellent Award, International Journal of Veterinary Science, Nigeria, Zonal Secretary (North), Indian Society for Veterinary Surgery, Hisar, etc. to profession. He was Principal Investigator, Co-Investigator and Associated in a number of projects. He acted as external examiner for MVSc Thesis evaluation/ Annual Board examination of B.V.Sc. & A.H students in Agriculture/Veterinary Universities. He has guided 22 BVSc & AH, 5 MVSc and has been a member of Advisory committee for MVSc and PhD students in different disciplines. He has been actively associated with many scientific journals of repute as Editor-in-Chief/Technical Editor/Associate Editor/ Reviewer. He is a member of several committees at University & Government levels and Life Member of many Professional Societies. To his credit he has published more than 100 publications in various National/International journals of repute, authored and edited 4 books, edited 3 compendia,1 booklet, 9 chapters in books, presented more than 50 paper abstracts in annual symposia/conferences and has delivered many Radio and TV talks in addition to being a resource person in training programmes at such a young age is itself a proof of his caliber. He has also attended and delivered lectures in workshops, seminars, summer school, short courses and faculty trainings.
Veterinary surgery, soft tissue surgery, anaesthesia, diagnostic imaging, physiotherapy, herbal medicine
Award / Scholarship / Fellowship / Distinction achieved:

Zonal Secretary (North), Office bearer of an Official organ of Indian Society for Veterinary Surgery, Hisar-125004 (Haryana), India.
Gold Medal in Avian Surgery Session Award-2015 awarded during 40th Annual Congress of Indian Society for Veterinary Surgery awarded at Tamil Nadu University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Chennai-600007, India.
Certificate of Appreciation, Journal of Experimental Biology and Agricultural Sciences, for the year 2014-2016 as Technical Editor, NAAS rated Journal (2017): 5.07.
Reviewers Excellent Award, International Journal of Veterinary Science, Nigeria.
Award of Outstanding Participants, Centre of Advance Faculty Training ICAR, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar, U.P.- 243122.
Award of Excellence, World Veterinary Celebration Day- 2011, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar, U.P.- 243122.
Editorial Excellent Award, International Journal of Veterinary Science, Nigeria.
Award of Appreciation, Centre of Advance Faculty Training ICAR, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar, U.P.- 243122.
Certificate of Membership in Editorial Board as well as capacity of Reviewer, Journal of Animal Health and Production, NAAS rated journal: 4.62.
Certificate of Membership in Editorial Board, Advances in Animal and Veterinary Sciences, NAAS rated journal: 4.04.
Certificate of Appreciation, 39th Annual Congress of Indian Society for Veterinary Surgery and National Symposium on “Recent innovations in diagnosis and treatment of surgical disorders in ruminants and equines with particular applicability in hilly terrain, held at Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir, Srinagar, India.
Certificate of Appreciation, Journals Operation Division, Openventio Publishers, 8280, Willow Oaks Corporate Drive, Suite 600, Fairfax, VA 22031, USA
Letter of Appreciation, by International Journal of Veterinary Sciences, Nigeria.
Appreciation certificate received from Mountain Livestock Research Institute, Manasbal, Kashmir.
Appreciation certificate received from Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Ganderbal, Kashmir.
Commendation Certificate for smooth conducting and coordinating the training, Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry, Shuhama, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir.
Letter of Acknowledgement as Editorial board member and Reviewer on “Research Journal for Veterinary Practitioners” (RJVP) (ISSN: 2308-2798), Nexus Academic
Publihsers, Pakistan. http://nexusacademicpublishers.com. NAAS rated : 3.80.
Certificate of Appreciation, by Journal of Bioscience and Agriculture Research, Bangaladesh, http://www.journalbinet.com.
A letter of Thanks, by Horizon Research Publishing Corporation, USA, http://www.hrpub.org.
Runner up Trophy and Certificate 122nd Foundation Day Celebration (Games and Sports Meet-2011), Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI), Izatnagar, U.P.- 243122.
Award and Certificate for Best cattle Age judging competition-2011, Pashu Vigyan and Kisan Mela, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar, U.P.- 243122.
Award for Best casting competition-2011, Pashu Vigyan and Kisan Mela, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar, U.P.- 243122.
Award of Appreciation and certificate, World Veterinary Celebration Day-2010 celebration, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar, U.P.- 243122.
Award and Certificate in Painting Competition in Sadvana day, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar, U.P.- 243122.
Award and Certificate in Best Sulekh Hindi, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar, U.P.- 243122.
Award and Certificate in Best Extempore Hindi, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar, U.P.- 243122.
Award and Certificate in Best Debate competition Hindi, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar, U.P.- 243122
Bibliographical profile included in Marquis Who’s Who in Science & Engineering, 10th Anniversary Edition, 2008-2009, USA 07974.
Outstanding Scientists of the Twenty First Century year (21st) 2008, by International Biographical Centre, Cambridge , England
Recipient of “Best Volunteer National Service Scheme (NSS) Award” Ranchi Veterinary College, Birsa Agricultural University, Ranchi.
Recipient of University Junior Research Fellowship during MVSc degree.
Recipient of National Jindal Trust Scholarship New Delhi, during BVSc & AH.
Recipient of Award and Certificate in Inter University Essay Content, college of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry, Jabalpur and Birsa Agricultural University, Ranchi, Jharkhand.
Secured First Divisions at every step of Academic career up to Doctor of Philosophy.
Awarded Medal and Samman Patra in Regional Research Journey, Uttaranchal.
Awards and Certificates (total= 15 in number) in elocution competition, sports, games and cultural programme.
Academic Achievements:
Member (Vice-Chancellor Nominated)- Board of Faculty of Post-Graduate Studies, Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir, Shalimar-190001, Jammu and Kashmir, India.
Member (Vice-Chancellor Nominated)- Board of Faculty, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry, Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir, Shuhama, Srinagar-190006.
Member (Vice-Chancellor Nominated)- Board of Studies, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry, Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir, Shalimar-190001, Jammu and Kashmir, India.
Member- Board of studies, in Governance of the University Board of Management, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar, U.P.- 243122.
Member- Anti-Ragging Cell, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry, Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir, Shuhama, India.
In-charge Library, Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry, Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir, Shuhama, Srinagar.
Nodal officer during World Veterinary Day Celebration- 2006, organized at Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry, Shuhama, Srinagar-190006.
Resource Person and Member in a training programme entitled “Recent trends in the diagnosis and management of Livestock diseases" Veterinary Assistant Surgeons level at Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry, Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir, Shuhama, Srinagar-190006.
Scientist In-charge Supervise of Medicine in Revolving Fund Scheme at Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry, Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir, Shuhama, Srinagar-190006.
Member- for conductance of clinical camps in different places of Ladakh region, Jammu and Kashmir, India.
Advisor to BVSc & A.H students, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry, Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir, Shuhama, Srinagar.
Nominated as External Examiner for MVSc scholar from MAFSU,Maharastra.
Co-Chairman in Technical Session during 39th Annual Congress of Indian Society for Veterinary Surgery and National Symposium on “Recent innovations in diagnosis and treatment of surgical disorders in ruminants and equines with particular applicability in hilly terrain, held at Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir, Srinagar, India.
Rapporteur in Technical Session during 31st Annual Congress of Indian Society for Veterinary Surgery and National Symposium on Rehabilitation of Veterinary Surgical Patients (2007), Division of Veterinary Surgery and Radiology, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry, Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology, R.S. Pura, Jammu, Jammu and Kashmir, India.
Rapporteur in Technical Session during 40th Annual Congress of Indian Society for Veterinary Surgery and National Symposium on “Biomaterials and Stem Cells for Tissue Repair and Regeneration in Veterinary Surgery” (2016), Department of Veterinary Surgery and Radiology, Madras Veterinary College, Tamil Nadu University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Chennai, India.
State representative of Veterinary World Journal (NAAS Rated: 5.71), Gujarat, India.
State representative of The North East Veterinarian Journal (NAAS Rated: 2.61), Assam, India.
Student Coordinator of Pashudhan, monthly technical journal, Bangalore, for Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry, Shuhama.
Zonal Head, Corporate Social responsibility Initiative of Vet Job India Natural Remedy Ltd, Bangalore.
Member Advisory Board, National Service Scheme (NSS), Ranchi Veterinary College, Birsa Agricultural University, Ranchi.
Resource Person for Zoo Education Programme, Sanjay Gandhi Biological Park, Patna and for National Service Scheme, at Government Girls Inter College, Nainital, Uttrakhand.
Member- Purchase Committee, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry, Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir.
Member- Inspection Committee, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry, Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir.
Member- Culling Committee, Mountain Livestock Research Institute Manasbal, Sher-e- Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir.
Member- Auction Committee, Mountain Livestock Research Institute Manasbal, Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir.
Member- Food and Refreshment committee, in the National symposium of UP chapter of Indian Society for Veterinary Surgery, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar, UP- 243122.
Chairman- Transport and accommodation committee, in the National symposium of Indian Society for Veterinary Surgery, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry, Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir.
Member- Invigilator and Control committee, Sport and Games Programme, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar, UP- 243122.
Total (20) Editorial member of Board as Chief-in-Editor, Co-Chief-in-Editor, Technical Editor, Associate Editor, Advisory Board Member, Reviewer, on various National and International journal (Eight NAAS rated and 12 other International Journal impact).
International Manuscript (20):
1. Ansari, M.M. and Sharma, S.P. (2013). Evaluation of cystourethroplasty vis-a-vis
caecourethroplasty technique in buffaloes (Bubalus bubalis). Buffalo Bulletin. 32(2): 91-
96. http://ibic.lib.ku.ac.th./e-bulletin. NAAS rating: 6.07.
2. Zama, M.M.S., Ansari, M.M., Dimri, U., Hoque, M., Maiti, S.K. and Kinjavdekar, P.
(2013). Effect of therapeutic ultrasound and diathermy on oxidant-antioxidant balance in
dogs suffering from hind quarter weakness. Journal of Applied Animal Research.
doi.10.1080/09712119.2012.738217. 44 (1): 82-86. NAAS rating: 6.50.
3. Ansari, M.M. (2016). Surgical technique for the management of obstructive urolithiasis in
a buffalo calf: a case report. Buffalo Bulletin. 35(1): 5-9. http://ibic.lib.ku.ac.th./e-bulletin.
NAAS rating: 6.07.
4. Suvarn, D., Singh, C. and Ansari, M.M. (2017). Study the responses of progesterone
administration on resumption of cyclicity on post-partum anestrus buffaloes. Buffalo
Bulletin. 36(1): 97-103. http://ibic.lib.ku.ac.th./e-bulletin. NAAS rating: 6.07.
5. Peer, F.U., Ansari, M.M., Gani, I.A. and Willayat, M.M. (2013). Serotyping and
antibiotic sensitivity patterns of Escherchia coli isolates obtained from broiler chicks in
kashmir valley, india. Advances in Animal and Veterinary Science. 1(2): 75–76.
http://www.nexusacademicpublishers.com/journal/4. NAAS rating: 4.04.
6. Peer, F.U., Ansari, M.M., Gani, I.A. and Willayat, M.M. (2013). Evaluation of
inoculation route in the pathogenicity of Escherichia coli strains in broiler chicks.
Research Journal of Veterinary Practitioner. 1(3): 18-19. NAAS rating: 3.80.
http://www.nexusacademicpublishers.com/journal/13.
7. Ansari, M.M. and Zama, M.M.S (2014). Evaluation of electro-acupuncture therapy on
markers of oxidative stress in dogs suffering from hind quarter weakness. International
Journal of Veterinary Science. 3(3): 109-113. w.ww.ijvets.com. ICV Rating: 5.89.
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8. Ansari, M.M., Dar, K.H., Tantary, H.A., Bhat, M.M., Dar, S.H. and Naikoo, M.U.D.
(2014). Efficacy of different therapeutic regimens for acute foot rot in adult sheep. Journal
of Advance Veterinary and Animal Research, 1(3): 114-118. http://bdvets.org/JAVAR.
DOI: 10.5455/javar.2014.a16. ICV Rating: 5.58
9. Dar, K.H., Ansari, M.M., Dar, S.H., Tantray, H.A., Baba, M.A. and Naikoo, M.U.D.
(2014). Studies on subclinical mastitis in dairy cows of Jammu and Kashmir. International
Journal of Veterinary Sciences. 3(2): 95-99. www.ijvets.com. ICV Rating: 5.89
10. Kumar, S., Maiti, S.K., Ansari, M.M., Kumar. N. and Balwada, A.K. (2014). Evaluation
of medical grade chitosan powder with xenogenic stem cell in full thickness skin wound
healing in rat model. International Journal of Veterinary Science. 3(3): 129-134.
www.ijvets.com ICV Rating: 5.89
11. Tantary, H.A., Soodan, J.S., Chirag, S. and Ansari, M.M. (2014). Haematological and
biochemical studies on hepatic disorders in dogs. International Journal of Veterinary
Science. 3(3): 135-138. www.ijvets.com.ICV Rating: 5.89
12. Dar, K.H., Ansari, M.M., Tantary, H.A., Baba, M.A. and Ashraf, I. (2014). Studies on
efficacy of therapeutic protocols for ketosis in dairy cows. International Journal of
Veterinary Science. 3(3): 147-150. www.ijvets.com. ICV Rating: 5.89
13. Dar, K.H., Ansari, M.M., Bhat, M.M. and Dar, D.H. (2014). Studies on dog bites wound
of domestic animals and avian in Kashmir valley. International Journal of Veterinary
Science. 3(3): 151-154. www.ijvets.com. ICV Rating: 5.89
14. Tantary H.A., Soodan, J.S., Chirag, S., Ansari, M.M., Kumar, S. and Imtiyaz, T. (2014).
Diagnostic studies in dogs with hepatic disorders. International Journal of Veterinary
Science. 3(3): 210-215. www.ijvets.com.. ICV Rating: 5.89.
15. Ansari, M.M., Zama, M.M.S., Imtiyaz, T. and Kumar, S. (2015). Studies on clinical
variants and incidence of canine hind quarter weakness neurological disorder.
International Journal of Veterinary Science. 4(1): 1-5. www.ijvets.com. ICV Rating:
5.89.
16. Handoo, N., Parrah, J.D., Moulvi, B.A., Ansari, M.M., Athar, H., Imtiyaz, T., Nabi, N.,
Siraj, G. and Malik. Z.R. (2015). Effect of different extracts of rheum emodi for wound
healing in rabbit model. International Journal of Veterinary Science. 4(2): 50-54.
www.ijvets.com. ICV Rating: 5.89.
17. Borah, B., Hazarika, A.K., Selvan, T., Sarma, K., Ansari,M.M. and Hussain, I. (2015).
Antigenic relationship of field isolates of foot-and-mouth disease virus type ‘o” with in19
use vaccine strain in Assam, India. International Journal of Veterinary Science. 4(4): 190-
194 www.ijvets.com. ICV Rating: 5.89.
18. Ansari, M.M., Zama, M.M.S., Imtiyaz, T., Kumar, S., Siraj, G. and Nabi, N. (2015).
Effect of electroacupuncture and transcutaneous electrical stimulation on cliniconeurological
parameters in dogs suffering from hind quarter weakness. Scholar’s
Advances in Animal and Veterinary Research, 2(1): 15-24. http://www.mrscholar.com//.
19. Hafiz, A., Kalita, D.N., Saleque, S Islam and Ansari, M.M. (2016). Detection of
clinical anemia caused by haemonchus spp. in goats of Assam using an eye colour
chart: FAMACHA© method. International Journal of Veterinary Science. 5(2): 107-110.
www.ijvets.com. ICV Rating: 5.89.
20. Sarkar, T.K., Ansari, M.M., Reshi, I.A. and Patoo, R.A. (2016). Modified organic dairy
calf rearing system and its impact on calves performance in an organized farm of Kashmir
valley. International Journal of Veterinary Science. 5(1): 38-40 www.ijvets.com. ICV
Rating: 5.89.
National Manuscript (71):
1. Ansari, M.M., Zama, M.M.S., Amarpal, Saxena, A. C. and Gugjoo, M.B. (2012). Clinical
studies on therapeutic ultrasound and diathermy in dogs with hind quarter weakness.
Indian Journal of Veterinary Surgery. 33 (2): 136-139. NAAS rating: 5.25.
2. Ansari, M.M. and Sharma, S.P. (2010). Urethroplasty using formalin preserved urinary
bladder and caecal grafts in buffalo calves. Indian Journal of Veterinary Surgery. 31(2):
151-152. NAAS rating: 5.25.
3. Ansari, M.M., Zama, M.M.S., Dimri, U, Singh, P., Hoque, M. and Gugjoo, M.B. (2013).
Oxidative stress indices in dogs with hind quarter weakness subjected to magnetic and
interferential therapy. The Indian Veterinary Journal. 90: 28-31. NAAS rating: 4.42.
4. Ansari, M.M. (2012). Myiasis in the vulva and its management technique in bovine.
International Journal of Livestock Research. 2 (1): 219-221. NAAS rating: 5.36.
5. Ansari, M.M., Zama, M.M.S., Hoque, M., Pawde, A.M., Dey. S. and A.G. Telang
(2012). Hind quarter weakness and its clinical management with haemato-biochemical
correlation-a study of 24 canine patients. Intas Polivet. 13: 324-328. NAAS rating: 4.79.
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6. Ansari, M.M., Moulvi, B.A. and Buchoo, B.A. (2012). Surgical management of third
degree perineal rupture in a mare. Indian Journal of Veterinary Surgery. 33: 70. NAAS
rating: 5.25.
7. Ansari, M.M., Zama, M.M.S., Singh, P. and Dey, S. (2013). Clinical effect of magnetic
field and transcutaneous nerve stimulation in dogs suffering from hind quarter
neurological deficit. Indian Journal of Veterinary Medicine. 33: 5-9. NAAS rating: 3.53.
8. Ansari, M.M., Buchoo, B.A. and Peer, F.U. (2005). Therapeutic Management of Radial
nerve paralysis in a bullock. The Indian Journal of Field Veterinarian (now The Indian
Journal of Veterinary Science and Biotechnology).1 (4): 25-26. NAAS rating: 4.47.
9. Ansari, M.M. and Moulvi, B.A. (2013). Congenital corneal dermoid in calves and their
management. Intas Polivet. 14 (2): 451-453. NAAS rating: 4.79.
10. Zama, M.M.S., Ansari, M.M., Hoque, M., Aithal, H.P., Maiti, S.K., John, R. and Shakya,
G. (2011). Clinical evaluation of ultrasound therapy in equine peripheral myopathy. Indian
Journal of Veterinary Surgery. 32 (2): 133-134. NAAS rating: 5.25.
11. Peer, F.U., Bhattacharyya, H.K and Ansari, M. M. (2009). Studies on the epidiomology
and therapeutic management of bovine mastitis. Indian Journal of Dairy Sciences. 62 (1):
39-42. NAAS rating: 5.26.
12. Baba,M.A. and Ansari, M.M. (2006). Histomorphological studies on the larynx of Black
Bengal Goat. Veterinary World. 4(5): 133-136. NAAS rating: 5.71.
13. Zama, M.M.S., Ansari, M.M., Pawde, A.M., Kinjavdekar, P. and Hoque, M. (2013).
Prevalence of Hind Quarter Weakness in dogs. The Indian Veterinary Journal. 90: 111-
112. NAAS rating: 4.42.
14. Ansari, M.M. and Peer, F.U. (2009).Surgical management of cysts in ruminants of
Kashmir Valley. Intas Polivet. 10(1): 66-67. NAAS rating: 4.79.
15. Peer, F.U. and Ansari, M.M. (2007). Studies on clinico-therapeutic management of
parturient paresis in bovine. Intas Polivet, Metabolic Special. 8(2): 353-354. NAAS
rating: 4.79.
16. Ansari, M.M., Buchoo, B.A., Moulvi, B.A. and Peer, F.U. (2008). Surgical management
of atresia ani with recto-vaginal fistula in a calf- a case report. SKUAST Journal
of Research. 10(1): 131-133. NAAS rating: 3.81.
17. Bhattacharyya, H.K., Peer, F.U., Buchoo, B. A. and Ansari, M.M. (2006). Management of
uterine prolapse in cattle. The Indian Veterinary Journal. 84(7): 744-45. NAAS rating:
4.42.
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18. Peer F.U. and Ansari, M.M. (2008). Studies on the clinico-therapeutic management of
the ruminal acidosis of bovine in Kashmir valley. The Indian Veterinary Journal. 85 (5):
566 – 67. NAAS rating: 4.42.
19. Peer, F.U. and Ansari, M.M. (2008). Clinico-therapeutic studies on mange of bovine in
kashmir valley. The Indian Veterinary Journal. 85 (4): 450-451. NAAS rating: 4.42.
20. Baba, M.A. and Ansari, M.M. (2007). Histochemical studies of carbohydrate in Black
Bengal Goat. SKUAST Journal of Research. 10: 323-326. NAAS rating: 3.81.
21. Gugjoo, M.B., Hoque, M., Zama, M.M.S., Saxena, A.C., Pawde, A.M., Ansari, M.M. and
Bhat, S.A. (2013). Vertebral scale system to measure heart size on thoracic radiographs of
Labrador retriever dogs. The Indian Veterinary Journal. 90(2): 71-73. NAAS rating: 4.42.
22. Hoque, M., Gugjoo, M.B., Zama, M.M.S., Saxena, A.C. and Ansari, M.M. (2013).
Electrocardiographic study in dogs at different age groups. Indian Journal of Veterinary
Medicine. 33(2): 117-119. NAAS rating: 3.53.
23. Ansari, M.M. and Moulvi, B.A. (2013). Surgical management of congenital atresia ani in
a calf. Intas Polivet. 14(1): 53-54. NAAS rating: 4.79.
24. Ansari, M.M. and Moulvi, B.A. (2009). Surgical technique and management of
obstructive urolithiasis in a lamb. Intas Polivet. 10 (2): 307-309. NAAS rating: 4.79.
25. Peer, F.U. and Ansari, M.M. (2006). Management of BHC poisoning in crossbred calvesa
case report. The Indian Journal of Field Veterinarian (now The Indian Journal of
Veterinary Science and Biotechnology).1 (3): 51-52. NAAS rating: 4.47.
26. Ansari, M.M. and Buchoo, B.A. (2006). Surgical technique for removal of intraocular
parasites in horses. Intas Polivet. 6: 256. NAAS rating: 4.79.
27. Ansari, M.M. (2006). Studies on caecourethroplasty for partial substitution of the urethra
in buffalo calves. Intas Polivet. 7(1): 36-38. NAAS rating: 4.79.
28. Ansari, M.M. and Sharma, S.P. (2005). Studies on catgut and silk as suture materials for
cystourethroplasty in buffalo calves. Veterinary World. 3: 10-12. NAAS rating: 5.71.
29. Ansari., M.M., Peer, F.U. and Wani, S.A. (2013). Studies on clinico-therapeutic
management of paratuberculosis in bovine. The Blue Cross Book. 29: 60-61. NAAS
rating: 2.44.
30. Dileepkumar, K.M. and Ansari, M.M. (2012). Clinico-therapeutic management of
cutaneous papillomatosis in a buffalo calf. Intas Polivet. 13: 67-69. NAAS rating: 4.79.
31. Ansari, M.M. and Zama, M.M.S. (2012). Torticollis and its management with diathermy
in a horse. Intas Polivet. 13 (2): 293-294. NAAS rating: 4.79.
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32. Ansari, M.M. (2012). Squamous cell carcinoma in ventral abdominal region in a heifer
and its surgical management. International Journal of Livestock Research. 2(1): 217-218.
NAAS rating: 5.36.
33. Peer, F.U., Ansari, M.M. and Abdul Hafiz (2011). Gastrointestinal helminthiasis in a
caprine and its therapeutic management. The North East Veterinarian. 11(1): 23-25.
NAAS rating: 2.61.
34. Peer, F.U., Ansari, M.M. and Abdul, H. (2011). Clinico-therapeutic management of
cerebrospinal nematodiasis in small ruminants. The North East Veterinarian. 11(3): 14-15.
NAAS rating: 2.61.
35. Ansari, M.M. (2011). Oesophageal obstruction in a cow and its surgical management..
Intas Polivet. 12 (2): 306-307. NAAS rating: 4.79.
36. Peer, F.U., Bhattacharyya, H.K. and Ansari, M.M. (2008). Clinico-therapeutic
management of brucellosis in Kashmir. The Indian Journal Animal Reproduction. 29(1):
121-122. NAAS rating: 3.43.
37. Wani, B. M., Darzi, M. M., Dar, T. A., Shakeel, Malik, R. A., Ansari, M. M. and Shah,
S. A. (2016). Bone marrow cytology of broiler chicken in commonly encountered disease
outbreaks. Journal of Cell and Tissue Research. 16(3): 5793-5798. NAAS rating: 4.38
(u/c).
38. Wani, Basharat Maqbool, Darzi, Ansari, M.M. (2016). Comparative Study on Mineral
status of Lymphoid Organs of Broiler Chicken in commonly encountered disease
outbreaks. (Manuscript Number: VETWORLD-2016-10-518). NAAS rating: 5.1
39. Ansari, M.M. (2016). Postpartum recto-vaginal prolapse in a doe and its clinical
management. The Blue Cross Book. 33: 93-95. NAAS rating: 2.44.
40. Ansari, M.M. and Peer, F.U. (2016). Urea poisoning in a dog and its therapeutic
management. The Blue Cross Book. 33: 104-105. NAAS rating: 2.44.
41. Ansari, M.M., Dar, S.H., Dar, K.H and Baba, M.A. (2016). Cesarean operation to
reduce pre-pubic hernia in pregnant ewes. The Blue Cross Book. 33: 106-108. NAAS
rating: 2.44.
42. Parrah, J.D., Ansari, M.M. and Moulvi, B.A. (2015). Management of atonic bladder in a
bitch following an ovariohysterectomy. The Blue Cross Book. 32: 71-74. NAAS rating:
2.44.
43. Parrah, J.D., Ansari, M.M. and Moulvi, B.A. (2015). Congenital preputial orifice stenosis
and its surgical management The Blue Cross Book. 32: 86-88. NAAS rating: 2.44.
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44. Dar, K.H., Ansari, M.M., Qadri, S.A., Baba, M.A. and Kumar, M. (2015). Dystocia and
its surgical management in a siamese queen. The Blue Cross Book. 31: 40-42. NAAS
rating: 2.44.
45. Parrah, J. D., Moulvi, B. A. and Ansari, M.M. (2015). Postpartum mummification of a
co-twin fetus in a bakarwal doe. The Blue Cross Book. 31: 43-44. NAAS rating: 2.44.
46. Ansari, M.M. (2014). Dystocia due to uterine torsion in a doe and its surgical
management. Intas Polivet. 15 ( II): 253-255. NAAS rating: 4.79.
47. Parrah, J.D., Moulvi, B.A. and Ansari, M.M. (2014). Surgical management of dermoid
sinus in a dog. Intas Polivet. 15 (1): 133-135. NAAS rating: 4.79.
48. Peer, F.U., Tufani, N.A, Ansari, M.M and Hafiz, A. (2008). Clinico-therapeutic
management of babesiosis in cross bred. Progressive Research.-An International journal. 3
(2): 223. NAAS rating: 3.84.
49. Peer, F.U, Tufani, N.A, Wani, S.A, Ansari, M.M. and Hafiz, A. (2008). Epidemiology
and Clinico-therapeutic management of sheep pox in cross bred sheep. Progressive
Research-An International journal. 3 (2): 194. NAAS rating: 3.84.
50. Ansari, M.M. and Peer, F.U. (2007). Surgical management of ranula in cow calf. The
North East Veterinarian. 6(4): 24. NAAS rating: 2.61.
51. Fazili, M.R. and Ansari, M.M. (2007). Prevalence of obstructive urolithiasis in Kashmir
valley. The Indian Veterinary Journal. 84(4): 540-541. NAAS rating: 4.42.
52. Peer, F.U. and Ansari, M.M. (2007). Clinic-therapeutic studies on pregnancy toxaemia in
ewe. Intas Polivet, Metabolic Special.8 (2): 453- 452. NAAS rating: 4.79.
53. Peer, F.U. and Ansari, M.M. (2007). Therapeutic management of sodium chloride
poisoning in lambs. Intas Polivet, Metabolic Special. 8 (2): 457. NAAS rating: 4.79.
54. Peer, F.U. and Ansari, M.M. (2007). Therapeutic management of fatty cow syndrome in a
cow. Intas Polivet, Metabolic Special. 8 (2): 407. NAAS rating: 4.79.
55. Peer, F.U and Ansari, M.M. (2007). An atypical case of recurrent tympany in cattle. The
North East Indian Veterinarian. 7(3): 13. NAAS rating: 2.61.
56. Peer, F.U. and Ansari, M.M. (2007). Relapse of parturient paresis in low yielding
crossbred cow. SKUAST Journal of Research. 9(2): 244 –46. NAAS rating: 3.81.
57. Ansari, M.M. and Buchoo, B.A. (2007). Caesarian section for the management of gravid
uterine in a ewe. The North East Veterinarian. 8(2): 28. NAAS rating: 2.61.
58. Ansari, M.M. (2007). Surgical management of ranula in a cow calf. The North East
Veterinarian. 6(4): 24. NAAS rating: 2.61.
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59. Ansari, M.M. and Buchoo, B.A. (2007). Surgical management of bilateral corneal
dermoid. The North East Veterinarian. 7(2): 11. NAAS rating: 2.61.
60. Peer, F.U and Ansari, M.M. (2007). Clinico-therapeutic management of acute pharyngitis
in bovines. The North East Veterinarian. 8(2): 28. NAAS rating: 2.61.
61. Ansari, M.M., Peer, F.U., Buchoo, B.A and Singh, P.K (2005). Congenital colovesical
fistula and atresia ani et racti in a lamb. Veterinary World. 3 (5): 12-13. NAAS rating:
5.71
62. Ansari, M.M., Buchoo, B.A., Peer, F.U., Battacharya, H.K. and Mir, A.Q.
(2005). Congenital agenesis of anus in a lamb. The North East veterinarian. 5(1): 15.
NAAS rating: 2.61.
63. Ansari, M.M., Peer, F.U., Buchoo, B.A, Singh, P.K and Baba, M.A. (2005). Sqamous cell
carcinoma of vulva in a cow. Veterinary World. 3 (5): 9-10. NAAS rating: 5.71.
64. Ansari, M.M. (2005). Surgical management of obstructive uroliathiasis in a calf.
Veterinary World. 4(3): 73-75. NAAS rating: 5.71.
65. Ansari, M.M.(2005). Urethroprosthesis using formalin preserved urinary bladder graft in
experimental buffalo calves. The Royal Veterinary Journal of India. 1(2): 59-61. NAAS
rating: 00.
66. Ansari, M.M. (2005). Surgical management of atresia ani in a new born lamb. Veterinary
World. 3: 289-290. NAAS rating: 5.71.
67. Baba, M.A. and Ansari, M.M. (2005). Histomorphometric studies of bronchilor
epithelium in black bengal goat. The Royal Veterinary Journal of India. 1(2): 98-100.
NAAS rating:00
68. Ansari, M.M., Buchoo, B.A. and Peer, F.U. (2005). Bilateral corneal opacity in a
calf. Veterinary World. 3(8): 11-12. NAAS rating: 5.71.
69. Ansari, M.M. (2005). Clinical manifestation on urethroplasty using formalin preserved
bladder graft. Veterinary World. 3(6): 285-286. NAAS rating: 5.71.
70. Ansari. M.M., Buchoo, B.A., Peer, F.U., Bhattacharyya, H.K. and Mir, A.Q. (2005).
Bilateral mandibular fracture in a calf. The North East Veterinarian. 5(4): 13. NAAS
rating: 2.61.
71. Ansari, M.M. (2003). Urethroplasty using formalin preserved urinary bladder graft in
buffalo calves (Bubalus bubalis). Intas Polivet. 4(2): 310-314. NAAS rating: 4.79.
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Review Articles (13):
1. Ansari, M.M. and Zama, M.M.S. (2012). Physiotherapeutic modalities for rehabilitation of
canine neurologic patients. Intas Polivet. 13 (2): 314-320. NAAS rating: 4.79.
2. Ansari, M.M. (2005). Method of handling and restraint of animals for clinical
examination-a review. Veterinary World. 3(11): 331-332. NAAS rating: 5.71.
3. Gazi, M. and Ansari, M.M. (2012). Recent advances in equine cataract in veterinary
surgery. International Journal of Livestock Research. 2(1): 25-37. NAAS rating: 5.36.
4. Ansari, M.M., Singh, P. K. and Prawez. S. (2004). Wound dressing materials and their
application in veterinary practice. Veterinary World. 3 (4): 16-19. NAAS rating: 5.71.
5. Ansari, M.M., Singh, P.K. and Peer, F.U. (2004). Emergency management of
animal health care practice. Veterinary World. 3 (2): 21-26. NAAS rating: 5.71.
6. Moulvi, B.A., Parrah, J.D., Athar, H., Ansari, M.M. and Khan, Q. (2013). Excretory
urography in animals: a review. Research Journal of Veterinary Practitioner. 1(3): 23-30.
NAAS rating: 3.80.
7. Peer, F.U., Akhoon, Z.A., Ansari, M.M. and Ahmad, N. (2012). Supplementation of
antioxidants: a novel approach in the clinical management of mastitis. The NorthEast
Veterinarian. 12 (1): 46.
NAAS rating: 2.61.
8. Ansari, M.M. (2011). Method of urine collection in animals-a review. The NorthEast
Veterinarian. 11(3): 2426.
NAAS rating: 2.61.
9. Ansari, M.M. and Peer, F.U. (2005). Useful information on buffalo - an overview. The
North East Veterinarian. 8(1): 13. NAAS rating: 2.61.
10. Ansari, M.M. (2014). Physical therapy for small animal practice in orthopaedic postoperative
rehabilitation- a review. Livestock Line. 7(10): 29-37.
11. Ansari, M.M. (2011). Surgical ailments and their management techniques in poultry
husbandry. Poultry Line. 11(8): 46-49.
12. Ansari, M.M. (2009). Sutures and sutures materials: applications in veterinary wound
repair. Livestock Line. 2 (9&10): 14-18.
13. Ansari, M.M. (2008). Clinical significance of calcium supplementation in health and
production. Livestock Line. 1(10):13-15.
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BOOKS (3): As Author and Editor:
1. Ansari, M.M. (2014). Fundamentals of General Veterinary Surgery (A book for both
undergraduate and postgraduate level). First edition, Published by Satish Serial
Publishing House, Delhi-110033 (India). ISBN 978-93-81226-81-0.
2. Ansari, M.M. (2014). Essentials of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging (A book for both
undergraduate and postgraduate level). First edition, New India Publishing Agency,
New Delhi 110 034, India, ISBN: 978-93-83305-14-8.
3. Ansari, M.M. (2016). Principle of Veterinary Physiotherapy (A book for both
veterinary students and practitioner). First edition, Published by Educationist Press, A
Division of Write and Print Publications, New Delhi-110015 (India). ISBN 978-93-
84649-49-4.
Manual/Compendium(3): As Editor:
1. Compendium of abstracts and souvenir (2015) of XXXIX Annual congress of
Indian Society for Veterinary Surgery and National Symposium on “Recent
innovations in diagnosis and treatment of surgical disorders in ruminants and
equines with particular applicability in hilly terrain” held at Sher-e-Kashmir
University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir, Srinagar, India.
2. Diagnostic imaging (2012). Division of Veterinary Surgery and Radiology, Faculty
of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry, Shuhama, Alustang, Srinagar. 190006.
3. Recent trends in the diagnosis and management of livestock disease (2005).
First edition, Faculty of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry, Shuhama,
Alustang Srinagar. 190006.
Booklet (1):
1. Peer, F.U., Ansari, M.M. and Wani, S.A. (2012). Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) in
animals and their prevention (in urdu), Published by Directorate of Extension Eduction,
Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology, Shalimar-190025,
Jammu and Kashmir, India.

Francesc Minguell Martín

Graduate in Veterinary MedicineZaragoza UniversityBarcelona, Spain
 Veterinary Clinic:
Has been working since 1982 in Small Animal’s Veterinary Clinic. Currently is Managing Director of “Sabavet, SL”, Veterinary reference clinic in Acupuncture and Natural Medicine, in Sabadell (Barcelona, Spain).
 Professor at University:
• Coordinator and Professor of Veterinary Acupuncture Postgrade Course at Veterinary Faculty of Universitat Autònoma in Barcelona.
• Professor in Veterinary Acupuncture Diplomate in Universidad Nacional de Colombia in Bogotá
• Professor in Master in Medical Acupuncture at Lleida University.

 Lecturer about Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine and Integrative Veterinary Medicine in:
• France: AFVAC (French Small Animal’s Veterinary Association) Congresses, Courses GEAO (French Veterinary Acupuncture Study Group), VAM (Mediterranean Veterinary Acupuncturists) Annual Meetings
• Italy: Annual Congresses of SIAV (Societá Italiana di Agopuntura Veterinaria) and Veterinary Meeting in Palermo (Sicily, Italy)
• Portugal: Annual Meeting of Veterinary Acupuncture in Porto, Nutraceutical Medicine Meeting in Lisboa.
• Bulgary: 50th Congress of Bulgar Medical Acupuncture Society, 1st Bulgar Veterinary Acupuncture Meeting, 30th ICMART (International Council of Medical Acupuncture and Related Techniques) Congress
• Greece, Teacher at Veterinary Acupuncture Diplomate, Lecturer in Greek Medical Acupuncture Society Meeting, 29th ICMART Congress
• Brazil, Annual Meeting of ABRAVET, Brazilian Small Animal’s Veterinary Association
• Colombia, Teacher at First Veterinary Acupuncture University Diplomate in Bogotá
• Mexico, lecturer in 31st World Congress of ICMART
• Spain, Annual Meetings of AVEPA (Spanish Small Animal’s Veterinary Association), Annual Meetings of Non Conventional Veterinary Medicine Study Group.
• Translator into spanish language and Prologuer of “Alternative and Complementary Veterinary Medicine”, by Are Thoresen, ediciones Multimédica (Barcelona, 2006).
• “Niños y Animales de compañía: Sí, pero...”, Editorial Debate, 2002, Madrid.
• “Manual de Fisioterapia en pequeños animales”, ediciones Multimedica, 2014, Barcelona.
• Articles:
o Megaesophagus in dogs: approach of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine and Acupuncture. Revista Internacional de Acupuntura, Editorial Elsevier, 2012;6:158-61
o Megacolon in cats: Acupunctural treatment. Revista Internacional de Acupuntura, Editorial Elsevier, 2007;1:58-61
o Gold bead implants in disabling osteoarthritis: 10 years of clinical experience in canines. Revista Internacional de Acupuntura, Editorial Elsevier, 2011;5:57-61
o Collaborations:
 Medical Pediatric magazines and Books like Pediatría en atención primaria, 19th Chapter, 2005, Editorial Masson
 Spanish Veterinary Magazines, about Veterinary Acupuncture, Natural Veterinary Medicine, Gold Implants,...

Mahmoud Rezk Ali AbouLaila

Associate ProfessorFaculty of Veterinary MedicineDepartment of Pathology and ParasitologyDamanhour UniversityDamanhour 22511, Behera, Egypt
Mahmoud Rezk AbouLaila is an Associate Professor of Parasitology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Damanhour University, Egypt. He was a visiting researcher at Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, Japan. He was JSPS fellow at Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, Japan. He Obtained his Ph.D. from Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, Japan. He worked as an assistant lecturer, lecturer, and Associate professor at the Department of Parasitology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Sadat City, Minoufiya, Egypt. During his Ph.D. and the fellowships, he focused on developing diagnostic and drug therapy for Babesia and Theileria Parasites. He also identified the drug target enzymes in Babesia Parasites. He identified some proteins as vaccine candidates for Babesia control. He conducted molecular and serological epidemiological surveys for these parasites worldwide.
Parasite genetics, Molecular biology, Molecular diagnosis, Drug targets, Subunit vaccines
Scholarships, Honors, and Awards
1. State Encouragement Award from the Egyptian Academy of Science and Technology 28/5/2017.
2. The First-Class Privilege Medal from the Egyptian President Abdelfattah Al-sisi 6/8/2017.
3. Award of International Publication from the University of Sadat City 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017.
4. Egyptian Short Postdoctoral Fellowship the Ministry of Higher Education, Egypt November 2014-May,
2015 at Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, Hokkaido, Japan.
5. JSPS postdoctoral fellowship for young researchers from Japan Society for the Promotion of Science,
Japan 2010-2012 at Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, Hokkaido, Japan.
6. Ph.D. scholarship from the Ministry of Higher Education, Egypt to study Ph.D. in Japan, 2005.

Membership in scientific societies
1. Japanese Society of Parasitology.
2. Japanese Society of Veterinary Science.
3. Japanese Society of Tropical Medicine.
4. JSPS Alumni Association in Egypt (JSPSAAE).
5. Egyptian Society of Veterinary Parasitology.

List of academic publications
1) Book chapter
AbouLaila, M., Igarashi, I. 2013. Green tea and its main chatechin, Epigallocatechin-3-gallate, provide parasitic protection. In Victor R Preedy (ed). Tea in health and disease prevention. Academic Press, London, chapter 105, pp. 1249-1260. (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/B9780123849373001051)
2) Papers published in journals
1. Elsayed, S.M., AbouLaila, M., Rizk, M.A., Elkhatam A., Hilali, M., Abdel-Wahab, A., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2018). An epidemiological survey of Theileria equi parasite in horse and donkey in Egypt. Experimental Parasitology. (Under review).
2. Rizk, M.A., El-Sayed, S.A.E.S., AbouLaila, M., Eltayesh, R., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2018). Inhibitory effect of ginger on the in vitro and in vivo growth of Babesia and Theileria parasites. Experimental Parasitology. (Under review).
3. AbouLaila, M., Terkawi, M.A., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2018). Expression and characterization of the apical membrane antigen-1(AMA-1) homologue from Babesia bigemina. Veterinary Parasitology. (Under review)
4. AbouLaila, M., Rizk, M. A., El-Sayed, S.M., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2018). Honey inhibits in vitro growth of four Babesia species and Theileria equi. The Journal of Protozoology Research. (Under review)
5. Rizk, M.A., AbouLaila, M., El-Sayed, S.A.E.S., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2018). Inhibitory effects of fluoroquinolone antibiotics on Babesia divergens and Babesia microti, blood parasites of veterinary and zoonotic importance. Infection and Drug Resistance. (Under review)
6. Abdel Aziz, A. R., AbouLaila. M., Aziz, M., Omar, M., Sultan, K., (2018). In vitro and in vivo anthelmintic activity of Pumpkin seeds and Pomegranate peels extracts against Ascaridia galli. Beni-Suef University Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences. (In Press)
7. Rizk, M.A., El-Sayed, S.A.E.S., AbouLaila, M., Eltayesh, R., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2017). Performance and consistency of a fluorescence-based high-throughput screening assay for use in Babesia drug screening in mice. Scientific Reports 7 (1), 12774.
8. Touvshintugla, B., AbouLaila, M., Sivakumar, T., Tayebwa, D., Gantuya, S., Naranbaatar, K., Ishiyama, A., Iwatsuki, M., Otoguro, K., Ōmura, S., Terkawi, M., Guswanto, A., Rizk, M., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2017). Chemotherapeutic efficacies of a clofazimine and diminazene aceturate combination against piroplasm parasites and their AT-rich DNA-binding activity on Babesia bovis. Scientific Reports 7 (1), 13888.
9. AbouLaila, M., Touvshintugla, B., Rizk, M. A., Elsayed, S.M., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2017). Serum-free GIT medium for short-term in vitro cultures of Babesia bigemina, Babesia divergens, and Theileria equi. The Journal of Protozoology Research 27(1-2), 13-22.
10. Rizk, M. A., Elsayed, S.M., AbouLaila, M., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2017). Evaluation of the inhibitory effect of N-acetyl-L-cysteine on Babesia and Theileria parasites. Experimental Parasitology 179, 43-48.
11. Abdel Aziz, A. R., Bazh, E. K. A., AbouLaila. M., Sultan, K., (2017). Epidemiological study on the brown dog tick Rhipicephalus sanguineus at Sadat district, Egypt. PSM Veterinary Research 2 (1), 1-5.
12. Guswanto, A., Allamanda, P., Mariamah, E., Munkhjargal, T., Touvshintugla, B., Takemae, H., Sivakumar, T., AbouLaila, M., Terkawi, M.A., Ichikawa, M., Nishikawa, Y., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2017). Development of simultaneous immunochromatographic test strip and its application for the serological detection of Babesia bovis and Babesia bigemina in Western Java, Indonesia. Veterinary Parasitology 239, 76-79.
13. Fereig, R.M., Mohamed, S., Mahmoud, H., AbouLaila, M., Guswanto, A., Nguyen, T., Mohamed, A. E. A., Inoue, N., Igarashi, I., Nishikawa, Y. (2017). Seroprevalence of Babesia bovis, B. bigemina, Trypanosoma evansi, and Anaplasma marginale antibodies among cattle in southern Egypt. Journal of Tick and Tick Borne Diseases 8 (1), 125-131.
14. El-khatam A., AbouLaila, M., Ibrahim M., AbdelGaber M. (2016). Trichomonas gallinae: prevalence and molecular characterization from pigeons in Minoufiya governorate, Egypt. Experimental Parasitology170, 161-167.
15. AbouLaila, M., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2016). RNA interference (RNAi) for some genes from Babesia bovis. Research Journal of Applied Biotechnology 2 (1), 81-92.
16. AbouLaila, M., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2016). Evaluation of in vitro growth inhibitory effects of ebselen on Babesia and Theileria parasites. Sadat Veterinary Medical Journal 10, 34-38.
17. Fereig, R., Mahmoud, H., Mohamed, S., AbouLaila, M., Abdel-Wahab, A., Osman, S., Zidan, S., El- Khodary, S., Mohamed, A.E.A., Nishikawa, Y. (2016). Seroprevalence and epidemiology of Toxoplasma gondii in farm animals in different regions of Egypt. Veterinary Parasitology: regional studies and reports 3-4, 1-6.
18. Rizk, M. A., Elsayed, S.M., AbouLaila, M., Touvshintugla B., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2016). Large-scale drug screening against Babesia divergens parasite using a fluorescence-based high-throughput screening assay. Veterinary Parasitology 227, 93-97.
19. Fereig, R., AbouLaila, M., Mohamed, S., Mahmoud, H., Ali, A. O., Hilali, M., Zaid, A., Mohamed, E. A., Nishikawa, Y. (2016). Serological detection and epidemiology of Neospora caninum and Cryptosporidium parvum antibodies among cattle in southern Egypt. Acta Tropica 162, 206-211.
20. Touvshintugla B., AbouLaila, M., Davaasuren, B., Ishiyama, A., Sivakumar, T., Yokoyama, N., Iwatsuki, M., Otoguro, K., Igarashi, I. (2016). Clofazimine inhibits growth of Babesia and Theileria parasites in vitro and in vivo. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy 60 (5), 2739-2746.
21. Munkhjargal, T., Aboge, G., Ueno, A., AbouLaila, M., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2016). Profilin is a common antigen among bovine and murine Babesia parasites and its immunogenicity and protective properties against human babesiosis caused by Babesia microti. Experimental Parasitology 166, 29-36.
22. Omar, M. A., Salama, A., Elsify, A., Rizk, M. A., Al-Aboody, M. S., AbouLaila. M., Elsayed, S.M., Igarashi, I. (2016). Evaluation of in vitro inhibitory effect of Enoxacin on Babesia and Theileria parasites. Experimental Parasitology 161, 62-67.
23. Abog, E G., Cao, S., Terkawi, M.A., Masatani, T., Goo, Y., Aboulaila, M., Nishikawa, Y., Igarashi, I. Suzuki, H., Xuan, X. (2015). Molecular characterization of Babesia bovis M17 leucine aminopeptidase and inhibition of Babesia growth by bestatin. The Journal of Parasitology 101(5), 536-541.
24. Elbahy, N. M., Elkhatam, A. O., AbouLaila, M., Abdel Aziz, A. R. (2015b). Prevalence of different flatworms infecting ruminants in Menoufia governorate. Menoufia Veterinary Journal 9, 66-77.
25. Elbahy, N. M., Elkhatam, A. O., AbouLaila, M., Abdel Aziz, A. R. (2015a). Microscopical identification and seasonal dynamics of gastrointestinal nematodes in small ruminants at Menoufia province. Menoufia Veterinary Journal 9, 58-65.
26. Elbahy, N. M., Khalafalla, R. E., Elkhatam, A. O., AbouLaila, M. (2014). Evaluation of Eimeria oocyst whole antigen vaccine and the enhancive effect of probiotic on broilers. International Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences 3 (4), 357-362.
27. Zidan, S.A, Amer, S., AbouLaila, M. (2014). Comparison of immunochromatographic test (RIDA®QUICK) and ELISA for detection of Cryptosporidium parvum in children,
immunocompromised patients, and preweaned calves in Egypt. Time Journals of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences 2(8), 132-138.
28. AbouLaila, M., Davaasuren, B., Salama, A., Ichikawa, M., Terkawi, M. A., Munkhjargal, T., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2014b). Evaluation of the inhibitory effects of miltefosine on the growth of Babesia and Theileria parasites. Veterinary Parasitology 204 (3-4), 104-110.
29. AbouLaila, M., Salama, A., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2014a). Evaluation of in vitro inhibitory effects of actinonin on Babesia and Theileria equi parasites. Menoufia Veterinary Journal 8 (1), 153-160.
30. Salama, A.A., AbouLaila, M., Terkawi, M.A., Mousa, A., El-Sify, A., Allaam, M., Zaghawa, A., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2014). Inhibitory effect of allicin on the growth of Babesia and Theileria equi parasites. Parasitology Research 113 (1), 275-283.
31. Moussa, A., Cao, S., Aboge, G.O., El Kirdasy, A., Terkawi, M. A., Salama, A., Attia, M., AbouLaila, M., Kamyingkird, K., Adjou Moumouni, P. F., Masatani T., Abd El Aziz, S., Moussa, W., Chahan, B., Fukumoto, S., El Ballal, S., Nishikawa, Y., Xuan, X. (2014). Molecular characterization and antigenic properties of a novel Babesia gibsoni glutamic acid-rich protein (BgGARP). Experimental Parasitology 135 (2), 414-420.
32. Terkawi, M. A., Ratthanophart, J., Salama, A. A., AbouLaila, M., Asada, M., Ueno, A., Alhasn, H., Guswanto, A., Masatani, T., Yokoyama, N., Nishikawa, Y., Xuan, X., Igarashi, I. (2013). Molecular characterization of a new Babesia bovis thrombospondin-related anonymous protein (BbTRAP2). PLOS ONE 8 (12), e83305.33. Salama, A.A., Terkawi, M.A., Kawai, S., Aboulaila, M., Nayel, M., Mousa, A., Zaghawa, A., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2013). Specific antibody to a conserved region of Babesia apical
membrane antigen-1 inhibited the invasion of B. bovis into the erythrocyte. Experimental Parasitology 135 (3), 623-628.
34. Munkhjargal, T., Sivakumar, T., Battsetseg, B., Nyamjargal, T., AbouLaila, M., Purevtseren, B., Bayarsaikhan, D., Byambaa, B., Terkawi, M.A., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2013). Prevalence and genetic diversity of equine piroplasms in Tov province, Mongolia. Infection Genetic Evolution 16,178-85.
35. Ueno, A., Terkawi, M.A., Yokoyama, M., Cao, S., Abog,e G., Aboulaila, M., Nishikawa, Y., Xuan, X., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2013). Farsenyl pyrophosphate synthase is a potential molecular drug target of risedronate in Babesia bovis. Parasitology International, 62(2), 189-92
36. Salama, A., AbouLaila, M., Moussa, A., Nayel, M., Elsify, A., Terkawi, M. A., Hassan, H., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2012). Evaluation of in vitro and in vivo inhibitory effects of fusidic acid on Babesia and Theileria parasites. Veterinary Parasitology 191 (1-2), 1-10.
37. AbouLaila, M., Terkawi, M. A., Seuseu, F. J., Ota, N., Caine, A., Yokoyama, N., Xuan, X., Igarashi, I. (2012). Expression and immunological characterization of heat shock-70 homologue from B. bigemina. Veterinary Parasitology 190 (3-4), 401-410.
38. Munkhjargal, T., AbouLaila, M., Terkawi, M. A., Ueno, A., Sivakumar, T., Yokoyama N., Igarashi I. (2012b). Inhibitory effects of pepstatin A and mefloquine on the growth of Babesia parasites. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygeine 87 (4), 681-688.
39. Munkhjargal T., AbouLaila M., Sivakumar T., Nakano Y., Yokoyama M., Yokoyama N., Igarashi I. (2012a). Cloning and characterization of histone deacetylase from Babesia bovis. Veterinary Parasitology 190 (3-4), 423-433.
40. Nayel, M., El-Dakhly, K.M., AbouLaila, M., Elsify, A., Hassan, H., Ibrahim, E., Salama, A., Yanai, T. (2012). The use of different diagnostic tools for Babesia and Theileria parasites in cattle in Menofia, Egypt. Parasitology Research 111 (3), 1019-1024.
41. AbouLaila, M., Munkhjargal, T., Sivakumar, T., Ueno, A., Nakano, Y., Yokoyama, M., Yoshinari, T., Nagano, D., Katayama, K., EL-Bahy, N., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2012). Apicoplast-targeting antibacterials inhibit the growth of Babesia parasites. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy 56, 3196-3206.
42. Terkawi, M. A., Alhasn, H., Ueno, A., Katthanaphart, J., Luo, Y., Cao, S., Kamyingkird, K., Aboulaila, M., Goo, Y., Nishikawa, Y., Xuan, X., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2012). The C-terminal region of 48-kDa rhoptry protein for serological detection of Babesia caballi antibodies in horses. Parasitology International 61, 493-496.
43. Sivakumar, T., Khukhuu, A., Batesteg, B., Battor, B., AbouLaila, M., Munkhjargal, T., Yoshinari, T., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2012). Genetic detection of Babesia bigemina from Mongolian cattle using apical membrane antigen-1 gene based PCR technique. Veterinary Parasitology 187, 17-22.
44. AbouLaila, M., El-Bahy, N., Hilali, M., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2011c). Serodiagnosis of Toxoplasma gondii in ducks from Behera Governorate, Egypt. The Journal of Protozoology Research 21, 45-49.
45. AbouLaila, M., El-Bahy, N., Hilali, M., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, M. (2011b). Prevalence of the enteric parasites of ducks from Behera governorate, Egypt. The Journal of Protozoology Research 21, 36-44.
46. AbouLaila, M., Terkawi, M.A., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2011a). In vitro growth inhibitory effect of (-)-Epigallocatechin-3-gallate from green tea on the growth of equine Babesia parasites. The Journal of Protozoology Research 21, 30-35.
47. Terkawi M. A., Seuseu, F.J., Wibowo, P.E., Huyen, N. X., Minoda, Y., AbouLaila, M., Kawai, S., Yokoyama, N., Xuan, X., Igarashi, I. (2011c). Secretion of a new Spherical body protein of Babesia bovis into the cytoplasm of infected erythrocytes. Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology 178 (1-2), 40-45.
48. Terkawi, M. A., Huyen, N. X., Shinuo C. Inpankaew T., Maklon, K., AbouLaila, M., Ueno, A., Y. Goo, Yokoyama, N., Jittapalapong, S., Xuan, X., Igarashi, I. (2011b). Molecular and serological prevalence of Babesia bovis and Babesia bigemina in water buffaloes in the northeast region of Thailand. Veterinary Parasitology 178 (3-4), 201-207.
49. Terkawi, M. A., Huyen, N. X., Wibowo, P. E., Seuseu, F. J., AbouLaila, M., Ueno, A., Goo, Y., Yokoyama, N., Xuan, X. , Igarashi, I. (2011a). Spherical body protein 4 is a new serological antigen for the global detection of Babesia bovis infection in cattle. Clinical and Vaccine Immunology 18, 337-342.
50. AbouLaila, M., Yokoyama N., Igarashi, I. (2010e). Development and evaluation of two nested PCR assays for the diagnosis of Babesia bovis from cattle blood. Veterinary Parasitology 172(1-2), 27, 65-70.
51. AbouLaila, M., Sivakumar, T., Yokoyama N., Igarashi, I. (2010d). Inhibitory effect of terpene nerolidol on the growth of Babesia parasites. Parasitology International 59 (2), 278-282.
52. Aboulaila, M., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2010c). Development and evaluation of a nested PCR based on spherical body protein 2 gene for the diagnosis of Babesia bovis infection. Veterinary Parasitology 169, 45-50.
53. AbouLaila, M., Nakamura, K., Govind, Y. Yokoyama N., Igarashi, I. (2010a). Evaluation of the in vitro growth-inhibitory effect of epoxomicin on Babesia parasites. Veterinary Parasitology 167, 19-27.
54. AbouLaila, M., Yokoyama N., Igarashi, I. (2010b). Inhibitory effects of (-)-Epigallocatechin-3-gallate from green tea on the growth of Babesia parasites.
Parasitology 137 (5), 785-791.
55. Sivakumar, T., Khukhuu, A., Alhassan, A., AbouLaila, M., Iseki, H., Ota, N., Lijia, Z., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2009). Expression analysis of a Babesia bovis BboP67 gene
homologous to the Theileria parva p67 gene. The Journal of Protozoology Research 19, 62-71.
56. Munkhjargal, T., AbouLaila, M., Sivakumar, T., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2009). Inhibitory effect of apicidin on in vitro and in vivo growth of Babesia parasites. The Journal of Protozoology Research 19, 42-49.
57. Sivakumar, T., AbouLaila, M., Khukhuu, A., Iseki, H., Alhassan, A., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I. (2008). In vitro inhibitory effect of fosmidomycin on the asexual growth of
Babesia bovis and Babesia bigemina. The Journal of Protozoology Research 18, 71-78.

Gustavo Puglia Machado, DMV, MSc, PhD

Clinical Director, CRMV-SP 25.895Dr. Munhoz Veterinary Hospital227 Rodrigues Alves StreetItápolis sao paulo state14.900-000, Brazil
Bachelor's at Veterinary Medicine (2004-2008), MSc (2009-2010), PhD (2011-2013) in Veterinary Medicine (Animal Health, Veterinary Public Health and Food Safety area), School of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science, São Paulo State University, Campus of Botucatu, SP. Scientific Reviewer of 20 journals. Gustavo has experience in Veterinary Medicine, focusing on Zoonosis and Public Health, and Infectious Diseases of Animals, acting on the following subjects: preventive veterinary medicine, zoonoses, infectious and parasitic diseases of animals, diagnosis, molecular biology and epidemiology, Toxoplasmosis, Neosporosis. Researcher and clinical director of Dr. Munhoz veterinary hospital since 2014 in the state of São Paulo.
Infectius and parasitic diseases of animals.

Dr. Nussieba Ahmed Osman Elhag

Assistant ProfessorSudan University of Science and TechnologyCollege of Veterinary MedicineDepartment of Pathology, Parasitology and MicrobiologyP.O. Box 204 Kuku, Khartoum-North, Sudan
Academic qualifications
Feb.2015: Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (Dr. Med. Vet.) in Molecular Virology, University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover (TiHo), Hannover, Germany (2010-
2015). Thesis entitled: Expression studies of peste des petits ruminants virus (PPRV) haemagglutinin (H) and fusion (F) envelope glycoproteins. http://elib.tihohannover.
de/dissertations/ahmedosmanelhagn_ss15.html
May 2005: Master of Veterinary Science (M.V.Sc.) in Virology, Department of Preventive Medicine &Veterinary Public Health, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of
Khartoum, Sudan (2002-2005). Thesis entitled: Peste des petits ruminants (PPR) in Sudan: detection, virus isolation and identification, pathogenicity and
serosurveillance.
May 1999: Bachelor of Veterinary Science (B.V.Sc.), ranked among the upper 5% in the class, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Khartoum, Sudan (1994-1999).
Area of interest in the field of Virology
 Molecular virology.
 Diagnostic virology.
 Recombinant vaccines.
 Animal viruses especially the causat ive agents for viral diseases of equines, cattle,
sheep and goats.
 Serosurveillance as a tool for epidemiology of viral diseases.
Awards & Scholarships
 PhD Scholarship (Sudan 473/ Desk 413/ DAAD code no. A/08/98938) awarded by DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service/Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst), Germany (2010-2014).
 A postgraduate master degree award from the Sudanese Ministry of Higher and Scientific Education, Khartoum, Sudan (2002-2005).
Monograph
1. Nussieba Ahmed Osman Elhag, 2015. Expression studies of peste des petits ruminants virus (PPRV) haemagglutinin (H) and fusion (F) envelope glycoproteins. Hannover
University of Veterinary Medicine/Tierärztliche Hochschule Hannover (TiHo), Hannover, Germany.
2. Nussieba Ahmed Osman Elhag, 2005. Peste des petits ruminants (PPR) in Sudan: detection, virus isolation & identification, pathogenicity and serosurveillance. University
of Khartoum, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Khartoum, Sudan.
Published Articles
1. Osman, N.A., A/Rahman, M.E., Ali, A.S. and Fadol, M.A., 2008. Rapid Detection of Peste des Petits Ruminants (PPR) Virus Antigen in Sudan by Agar Gel Precipitation (AGPT) and Haemagglutination (HA) Tests. Tropical Animal Health and Production 40(5), 363-368.
2. Osman, N.A., Ali, A.S., A/Rahman, M.E. and Fadol, M.A., 2009. Antibody Seroprevalences against Peste des Petits Ruminants (PPR) Virus in Sheep and Goats in
Sudan. Tropical Animal Health and Production 41(7), 1449-1453.
3. Osman, N.A., Ali, A.S., A/Rahman, M.E. and Fadol, M.A., 2009. Pathological, Serological and Virological Findings in Goats Experimentally Infected with Sudanese Peste des Petits Ruminants (PPR) Virus Isolates. Journal of General and Molecular Virology 1(1), 001- 006.
4. Nussieba A. Osman, Anja Röder, Katrin Giesow and Günther M. Keil. Genetic fusion of peste des petits ruminants virus (PPRV) haemagglutinin and fusion surface glycoprotein coding sequences with glycoprotein B of bovine herpesvirus 1 (BHV-1) interferes with transport and function of gB for BHV-1 infectious replication. (Submitted to Virus Research).
5. Nussieba A. Osman, Raquel Portugal, Katrin Giesow and Günther M. Keil. Productive replication of peste des petits ruminants virus Nigeria 75/1 vaccine strain in Vero cells correlates with inefficient maturation of the viral fusion protein. (Submitted to Virology).
6. Nussieba A. Osman, Jutta Veits and Günther M. Keil. Molecular and genetic characterization of peste des petits ruminants virus Kurdistan strain 2011 based on the
haemagglutinin and fusion protein genes sequences. (Submitted to Small Ruminant Research).
7. Nussieba A. Osman, Hashim M. A. Ibrahim, Alwia A. Osman, Rihab M. Alnour and Omiema A. Gamal Eldin. Sero-prevalence of Peste des Petits Ruminants Virus Antibodies in Sheep and Goats from North and Middle Sudan. (Submitted to Tropical Animal Health and Production).
8. Rayan M. Asil, Nussieba A. Osman, Abdelgadir Ballal, Saafass Alsarraj, Wegdan H. Ali, Baraa A. Mohamed and Shaza M. Mutwakil. First Evidence of a Lineage IV Peste des
Petits Ruminants Virus Infection in Gazelles “Gazelle Dorcas” in the Sudan 2016-2017. (Submitted to Transboundary and Emerging Diseases).
9. Wegdan H. Ali, Nussieba A. Osman, Rayan M. Asil, Nafeesa Elnouman, Baraa A. Mohamed and Shaza M. Mutwakil. Sero-prevalence of Peste des Petits Ruminants Virus
Antibodies in Cattle from the Sudan. (Submitted to Tropical Animal Health and Production).

Dr. Mahmoud Mohamed Elalfy

LecturerForensic Medicine and Toxicology DeptFaculty of Veterinary MedicineMansoura UniversityEgypt
Mahmoud Mohamed elalfy is the product of Ali mobark High School in Dikerness Dakahlia , Egypt. He graduate in veterinary medical Sciences and had master work at University of Mansoura university in forensic medicine and toxicology While working in the faculty an Education Specialist for forensic medicine and toxicology. Mahmoud received a scholarship for PhD in fraunhofer institute for toxicology and experimental medicine. This PhD degree emphasized Molecular Biology , Genetics and imaging modalities in liver cancer with cooperation with pharmaco-toxicogenomics institute medical school of Hannover Germany. he later complete his research in University of Mansoura university, Egypt and still share in education and training of forensic medicine and toxicology on University of Mansoura university

Dr. Maria Anastasiadou

ResearcherAnimal Research InstituteGeneral Directory of Agricultural ResearchHellenic Agricultural Organization-DEMETERParalimni Giannitsa 58100, Greece
Dr. Maria Anastasiadou graduated from the School of Agriculture, Department of Animal Production, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, in 2006.
She received her Master of Science in 2008 at Laboratory of Physiology of Nutrition of Farm Animals, Department of Animal Production, School of Agriculture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.
She continued her studies for a doctoral thesis at Laboratory of Physiology of Reproduction of Farm Animals, Department of Animal Production, School of Agriculture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, where she obtained her Ph.D. at 2013.
Next, she worked as a post-doctoral researcher at the Hellenic Agricultural Organization-DEMETER, Directorate General of Agricultural Research (formerly NAGREF), Veterinary Research Institute, Thermi-Thessaloniki, Greece, in the period from 2014 to 2015.
From 2016 to date, she works as a Research Associate in Technological Educational Institute, Department of Animal Production, Greece.
In 1 March of 2017 she will be appointed as a researcher at the Animal Research Institute, General Directory of Agricultural Research, Hellenic Agricultural Organisation-DEMETER, Paralimni Giannitsa 58100, Greece.
She participates in the research team and management committee in 3 European Research Projects (2 COST Actions and 1 ARIMNET) and 1 National Research Project. Also has been member of the research team in four Research Projects (1 European and 3 National).
Physiology of Reproduction of Farm Animals, Reproductive Immunology, Reproductive Endocrinology, Animal Biotechnology, Molecular Biology, Genetics, Epigenetics, Molecular Mechanisms in the Reproductive System, Embryology, Endocrine Disruptors, Polymorphisms, Biomarkers, Biomolecular Interactions, Gene Expression and Regulation, Immunology, Fertility, Reproduction Disorders, Poultry, Cow, Sheep, Goats, Pigs, Farm Animals, Genes.
Articles in Peer - Reviewed Scientific Journals
1. Anastasiadou, M., Theodoridis, A., Avdi, M. and G. Michailidis, 2011. “Changes in the expression of Toll-like receptors in the chicken testis during sexual maturation and Salmonella infection”. Animal Reproduction Science, 128: 93-99. Impact factor: 1,897.
2. Anastasiadou, M., Avdi, M., Theodoridis, A. and G. Michailidis, 2013. “Temporal changes in the expression of avian β-defensins in the chicken vagina during sexual maturation and Salmonella infection”, Veterinary Research Communications, 37: 115-122. Impact factor: 1,364.
3. Anastasiadou, M., Avdi, M. and G. Michailidis, 2013. “Expression of avian β-defensins and Toll-like receptor genes in the rooster epididymis during growth and Salmonella infection”. Animal Reproduction Science, 140: 224-231. Impact factor: 1,897.
4. Anastasiadou, M., Theodoridis, A. and G. Michailidis, 2014. “Effects of sexual maturation and Salmonella infection on the expression of avian β-defensin genes in the chicken testis”, Veterinary Research Communications, 38: 107-113. Impact factor: 1,364.
5. Michailidis, G., Anastasiadou, M., Guibert, E. and P. Froment, 2014. “Activation of innate immune system in response to lipopolysaccharide in chicken Sertoli cells”. Reproduction, 148: 259-270. Impact factor: 3,555.
6. Anastasiadou, M. and G. Michailidis, 2016. “Cytokine activation during embryonic development and in hen ovary and vagina during reproductive age and Salmonella infection”. Research in Veterinary Science, 109: 86–93. Impact factor: 1,571.
7. Anastasiadou, M. and G. Michailidis, 2016. “Transcriptional changes of cytokines in rooster testis andepididymis during sexual maturation stages and Salmonella infection”. Animal Reproduction Science, 171: 41–48. Impact factor: 1,897.

Lana Vrankovic, DVM, PhD

Faculty of Veterinary MedicineUniversity of ZagrebDepartment of Physiology and RadiobiologyCroatia
EDUCATION (CHRONOLOGICALLY)
Date 14/05/2015
Place Zagreb
Institution Faculty of Veterinary Medicine University of Zagreb
Title of qualification awarded PhD
Date 29/06/2010
Place Zagreb
Institution Faculty of Veterinary Medicine University of Zagreb
Title of qualification awarded DVM
AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS (CHRONOLOGICALLY)

Erasmus full scholarship for Summer school of the European Farm Animal Diversity Campus, Nitra, Slovakia (2013)
Rector's Award as a co-author of the scientific student work entitled:” Phylogenetic analysis of carnivore comparing the control region of the mitochondrial DNA “(2005) and “Design of species specific primers for amplification of mitochondrial DNA of Croatian wild animals” (2009)
Dean's Award as a co-author of the scientific student work entitled: “Genetic difference between wolf and dog comparing the control region of the mitochondrial DNA” (2006)
Dean's Award for outstanding achievement (among the top three best students in the class) during undergraduate and graduate studies (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008)
Indexed publications

Vranković, L.; Aladrović, J.; Beer Ljubić, B.; Pipal, I.; Prvanović- Babić, N.; Mašek, T.; Stojević, Z.
Blood biochemical parameters of bone metabolism in cows and calves kept in a beef suckler system during the early postpartum period. // Livestock science. 211 (2018); 8-13 (paper, scientific) Current Content/1.377

Vranković, L.; Aladrović, J.; Octenjak, D.; Bijelić, D.; Cvetnić, L.; Stojević, Z.
Milk fatty acid composition as an indicator of energy status in Holstein dairy cows. // Archiv für Tierzucht. 60 (2017), 3; 205-212 (paper, scientific) Current Content/0.493

Vranković, L.; Delaš, I.; Reljić, S.; Huber, Đ.; Maltar-Strmečki, N.; Klobučar, K.; Krivić, G.; Stojević, Z.; Aladrović, J.
The Lipid Composition of Subcutaneous Adipose Tissue of Brown Bears (Ursus arctos) in Croatia. // Physiological and biochemical zoology. 90 (2017), 3; 399-406 (short communication, scientific) Current Contents/2.104

Pađen, L.; Gomerčić, T.; Đuras, M.; Arbanasić, H.; Galov., A.
Hematological and serum biochemical reference values for the Posavina and Croatian coldblood horse breeds. // Acta veterinaria (Beograd). 64 (2014), 2; 200-212 (paper, scientific). Current Contents/0.741

Beer Ljubić, B.; Čolak, S.; Aladrović, J.; Strunjak-Perović, I.; Topić Popović, N.; Vranković, L.; Čož- Rakovac, R.
Oxidative stability of the hemolymph in different crustacean species. // ISJ-Invertebrate Survival Journal. 14 (2017); 379-387 (paper, scientific) Science Citation Index Expanded/0.824

Vranković, L.; Aladrović, J.; Beer-Ljubić, Blanka; Zdelar-Tuk, M.; Stojević, Z.
Seasonal changes in enzyme activities and mineral concentrations in Holstein stallion blood plasma. // Veterinarski arhiv. 85 (2015), 3; 235-246 (paper, scientific). Science Citation Index Expanded, Journal Citation Reports/0.321

Brozić, D.; Pađen, L.; Stojević, Z.; Šperanda, M.; Đidara, M.; Boras, J.; Stošić, J.; Starčević, K.; Mašek, T.
Acid-base status, hematology and serum biochemistry values for a zoo population of grant's zebra (equus quagga boehmi). // Veterinarski arhiv. 87 (2017), 2; 221-228 (paper, scientific) Science Citation Index Expanded, Journal Citation Reports/0.321

Conference report-pull papers

Vranković, L, Aladrović, J., Stojević, Z.
Fatty acid composition of different tissues in captive-reared and wild crocodilians – potential impact on human health//1st Scientific and Professional Meeting on Reptiles – Reptilia, Book of Abstracts. Zagreb, Croatia, 2018. 84-88. (oral presentation, international review, full paper, scientific)

Pađen, L.; Pipal, I.; Prvanović Babić, Nikica; Mašek, T.; Beer Ljubić, B.; Stojević, Z.
Blood biochemical indicators of bone metabolism of calves in the neonatal period // Congress Proceedings XIII Middle European Buiatric's Congress / Gvozdić, D ; Petrujkić, B. (ed.). Beograd : Serbian Buiatric's Association, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Belgrade, 2013. 208-214 (oral presentation, international review, full paper, scientific).

Pađen, L.; Aladrović, J.; Filipović, N.; Robić, M.; Turk, R..; Tuček, Z.; Beer Ljubić, B.; Belić, M.; Stojević, Z.
The influence of preparation Sladoliq® in the diet on the energy status of dairy cows // 12th Middle European Buiatric Congress: Book of proceedings; in: Veterinarska stanica (2011) (S1) / Kos, Josip ; Samardžija, Marko (ed.). Zagreb: Croatian Veterinary Institute, 2011. 274-277 (poster presentation,international review, full paper, scientific).

Pađen, L.; Sadarić, I.; Gomerčić, T.; Sindičić, M.; Đuras Gomerčić, M.; Slavica, A.
Design of species specific primers for amplification of mitochondrial DNA of Croatian wild animals // Proceedings of the International Scientific Meeting of Anatomy and Physiology Fundamentals of Medicine / Mihelić, Damir; Šimpraga, Miljenko; Tkalčić, Suzana. (ed.) Zagreb: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, 2009. 129-137 (poster presentation,domestic review, full paper, scientific).

Conference report-abstracts

Svetličić, I., Arbanasić, H., Konjević, D., Vranković, L., Bujanić, M., Stipoljev, S., Balažin,
M., Šprem, N. Galov, A.
Variability and duplication of MHC class II DRB1 locus in the
Croatian wild boar (Sus scrofa) // 3rd Annual Meeting in Conservation Genetics, Abstracts. Wien, 2018. 78-78 (poster presentation, international review, abstract, scientific)

Aladrović, J.; Lojkić, M.; Beer Ljubić, B.; Laškaj, R.; Vranković, L.; Delaš, I.; Stojević, Z.; Nervo, V.
Lipid composition of bovine follicular fluid during folliculogenesis // Book of Abstracts 7th International Congress “Veterinary science and profession” / Brkljača Bottegaro, Nika ; Zdolec, Nevijo ; Vrbanac, Zoran (ur.). Zagreb: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine University of Zagreb, 2017. 68-68 (oral presentation, international review, abstract, scientific).

Ančić, S.; Auguštin, N. M.; Vranković, L.; Delaš, I.; Kusak, J.; Konjević, D.; Reljić, S.; Huber, Đ.; Stojević, Z.; Aladrović, J.
Comparison of fatty acid composition of subcutaneous adipose tissue of grey wolf and Indian small mongoose in Croatia // Book of Abstracts 7th International Congress “Veterinary science and profession” / Brkljača Bottegaro, Nika ; Zdolec, Nevijo ; Vrbanac, Zoran (ur.). Zagreb : Faculty of Veterinary Medicine University of Zagreb, 2017. 120-120 (poster presentation, international review, abstract, scientific).

Arbanasić, H.; Galov, A.; Vranković, L.; Stipoljev, S.; Šprem, N.; Bujanić, M.; Konjević, D.
Comparison of the PCR methods for assessing variability of Major Histocompatibility Complex class II DRB1 locus in wild boar (Sus scrofa L.) from Croatia // 3rd International Conference on avian, herpetological and exotic mammal medicine, Proceedings.
Milano, 2017. 820-820 (poster presentation, international review, abstract, scientific)

Octenjak, D.; Vranković, L.; Delaš, I.; Kusak, J.; Reljić, S.; Huber, Đ.; Stojević, Z.; Aladrović, J.
Fatty acid composition of different tissues of free-ranging gray wolf (Canis lupus) in Croatia // Book of Abstracts 7th International Congress “Veterinary science and profession” / Brkljača Bottegaro, Nika ; Zdolec, Nevijo ; Vrbanac, Zoran (ur.). Zagreb : Faculty of Veterinary Medicine University of Zagreb, 2017. 76-76 (oral presentation, international review, abstract, scientific).

Orban, M.; Vranković, L.; Delaš, I.; Zidar, B.; Majić Balić, I.; Aladrović, J.
Fatty acid composition in semen of boars // Book of Abstracts 7th International Congress “Veterinary science and profession” / Brkljača Bottegaro, Nika ; Zdolec, Nevijo ; Vrbanac, Zoran (ur.). Zagreb : Faculty of Veterinary Medicine University of Zagreb, 2017. 105-105 (poster presentation, international review, abstract, scientific).

Pincan, L.; Prišlin, M.; Šiftar, O.; Vranković, L.; Aladrović, J.
Eating habits and attitudes of veterinary medicine students who live at home or away from home // 5th International Congress of Nutritionists Book of abstracts.
Zagreb : Hrvatski akademski centar primijenjenog nutricionizma, 2017. 172-172 (poster presentation, international review, abstract, scientific).

Prišlin, M.; Beer Ljubić, B.; Maltar- Strmečki, N.; Laškaj, R.; Vranković, L.; Lojkić, M.; Nervo, V.; Aladrović, J.
Efect of age and follicle size on lipid profile and antioxidant potential of bovine follicular fluid // Book of Abstracts 7th International Congress “Veterinary science and profession” / Brkljača Bottegaro, Nika ; Zdolec, Nevijo ; Vrbanac, Zoran (ur.).
Zagreb : Veterinarski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, 2017. 67-67 (oral presentation, international review, abstract, scientific)

Velčić, E.; Vranković, L.; Konjević, D.; Bujanić, M.; Delaš, I.; Stojević, Z.; Aladrović, J.
Fatty acid composition of different tissues of Indian small mongoose (Herpestes auropunctatus) in Croatia // Book of Abstracts 7th International Congress “Veterinary science and profession” / Brkljača Bottegaro, Nika ; Zdolec, Nevijo ; Vrbanac, Zoran (ur.).
Zagreb : Faculty of Veterinary Medicine University of Zagreb, 2017. 116-116 (poster presentation, international review, abstract, scientific).

Vranković, L.; Beer Ljubić, B.; Reljić, S.; Huber, Đ.; Stojević, Z.; Aladrović, J.
Haematological and biochemical indicators in Croatian free-ranging brown bears or how to sample a bear // Book of Abstracts 7th International Congress “Veterinary science and profession” / Brkljača Bottegaro, Nika ; Zdolec, Nevijo ; Vrbanac, Zoran (ur.).
Zagreb : Faculty of Veterinary Medicine University of Zagreb, 2017. 118-118 (poster presentation, international review, abstract, scientific).

Vranković, L.; Delaš, I.; Reljić, S.; Huber, Đ.; Stojević, Z.; Aladrović, J.
Trans fatty acids as potential assessment tool for anthropogenic foraging by brown bears in Croatia // 25th Conference on Bear Research and Management Abstracts book.
Quito, Ekvador : International Association for Bear Research & Management, 2017. 100-100 (oral presentation, international review, abstract, scientific).

Vranković, L.; Delaš, I.; Reljić, S.; Sergiel, A.; Huber, Đ.; Stojević, Z.; Selva, N.; Zwijacz-Kozica, T.; Zięba, F.; Maślak, R.t; Aladrović, J.
Assessing physiological status: a preliminary study of fatty acid composition in brown bears from Croatia and Poland // 5th Conference on Bear Research and Management Abstracts book. Quito, Ekvador : International Association for Bear Research & Management, 2017. 187-187 (poster presentation, international review, abstract, scientific).

Zidar, B.; Aladrović, J.; Vranković, L.; Bedrica, Lj.
ECG monitoring during elective surgical procedure in cat // Book of Abstracts 7th International Congress “Veterinary science and profession” / Brkljača Bottegaro, Nika ; Zdolec, Nevijo ; Vrbanac, Zoran (ur.). Zagreb : Faculty of Veterinary Medicine University of Zagreb, 2017. 138-138 (poster presentation, international review, abstract, scientific)

Lazarus, M.; Orct, T.; Sekovanić, A.; Filipović Marijić, V.; Rašić, D.; Sergiel, A.; Reljić, S.; Vranković, L.; Aladrović, J.; Jurasović, J.; Erk, M..; Peraica, M.; Selva, N.; Zwijacz-Kozica, Tomasz; Z., Filip; Huber, Đ.
Oxidative stress, metallothioneins and environmental exposure to metals in two European brown bear populations // Abstracts of the 5th Croatian Congress of Toxicology with International Participation (CROTOX 2016); u: Arhiv za higijenu rada i toksikologiju 67 (2016) (Suppl. 1) / Kopjar, Nevenka (ed.). Zagreb: Institute for Medical Research and Occupational Health, 2016. 54-54 (poster presentation, domestic review, abstract, scientific).

Klobučar, K.; Krivić, G.; Vranković, L.; Delaš, I.; Reljić, S.; Huber, Đ.; Stojević, Z.; Aladrović, J.
Fatty acid composition of subcutaneous adipose tissue of brown bear (Ursus arctos) in Croatia // Book of Abstracts: The 6th International Congress "Veterinary science and profession" / Horvatek Tomić, Danijela ; Severin, Krešimir ; Slavica, Alen (ed.). Zagreb : Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Zagreb, 2015. 59-59 (poster presentation, international review, abstract, scientific).

Octenjak, D.; Mikinac, N.; Vranković, L.; Kusak, J.; Reljić, S.; Huber, Đ.; Stojević, Z.; Aladrović, J.
Lipid composition of muscle tissue of gray wolf (Canis lupus) in Croatia // Book of Abstracts: The 6th International Congress "Veterinary science and profession" / Horvatek Tomić, Danijela ; Severin, Krešimir ; Slavica, Alen (ed.). Zagreb: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Zagreb, 2015. 58-58 (oral presentation, international review, abstract, scientific).

Arbanasić, H., Galov, A., Vranković, L., Stipoljev, S., Šprem, N., Bujanić, M., Konjević, D.
Variability of major histocompatibility complex class II DRB1 locus in wild boar (Sus scrofa l.) from Croatia – preliminary observations // 3rd International VETIstanbul group congress 2016 Book of Abstracts. Sarajevo : Veterinarski fakultet Sarajevo, 2016. 213-213 (poster presentation, international review, abstract, scientific).

Huber, Đ.; Sergiel, A.; Reljić, S.; Kusak, J.; Vranković, L.; Radišić, B.
Dead Bears as a Monitoring Tool // 24th International Conference on Bear Research and MA.gement, Bears of The World: Learning from Our Past to Inform Our Future ; Abstracts.
Anchorage, 2016. 59-59 (invited lecture, international review, abstract, professional).

Vranković, L.; Delaš, I.; Reljić, S.; Huber, Đ.; Kusak, Josip; Klobučar, K.; Krivić, G.; Octenjak, D.; Mikinac, N.; Stojević, Z.; Aladrović, J.
Comparison of fatty acid composition of subcutaneous adipose tissue of brown bear (Ursus arctos) and gray wolf (Canis lupus) // 12. Hrvatski Biološki Kongres s međunarodnim sudjelovanjem: Zbornik sažetaka = 12th Croatian Biological Congress with International Participation: Book of Abstracts / Klobučar, Goran ; Kopjar, Nevenka ; Gligora Udovič, Marija ; Lukša, Žaklin ; Jelić, Dušan (ed.). Zagreb : Hrvatsko biološko društvo, 2015. 138-139 (oral presentation, international review, abstract, scientific)

Vranković, L.; Delaš, I.; Aladrović, J.; Beer-Ljubić, B.; Reljić, S.; Huber, Đ.; Stojević, Z. Fatty acid composition of subcutaneous fat of brown bears in Croatia // Book of abstracts 23rd International Conference on Bear Research and MA.gement / Karamanlidis, Alexandros A. (ed.). Solun, Grčka : ARCTUROS, Civil Society for the Protection and MA.gement of Wildlife and Natural Environment, 2014. 174-174 (poster presentation, international review, abstract, scientific).

Vranković, L.; Pipal, I.; Beer-Ljubić, B.; Aladrović, J.; Prvanović Babić, N.; Mašek, T.; Stojević, Z.
Blood biochemical indicators of bone metabolism in cows in early postpartum period // Book of Abstracts of the 2nd International Scientific Meeting of A.tomy and Physiology Fundamentals of Medicine / Vilić, Marinko ; Lucić, Hrvoje (ed.). Zagreb : Intergrafika, 2014. 16-16 (oral presentation, domestic review, abstract, scientific).

Bijelić, D.; Cvetnić, L.; Martinec, R.; Pađen, L.; Brozić, D.; Mašek, T.; Stojević, Z.
Utjecaj nižih masnih kiselina sadržaja buraga na krvne biokemijske pokazatelje energetskog metabolizma u krava // Book of Abstracts The 5th international congress "Veterinary science and profession" / Horvatek Tomić, Danijela ; Severin, Krešimir ; Slavica, Alen (ed.). Zagreb : Faculty of Veterinary Medicine University of Zagreb, 2013. 48-48 (oral presentation, international review, abstract, scientific).

Brozić, D.; Stojević, Z.; Šperanda, M.; Boras, J.; Stošić, J.; Đidara, M.; Pađen, L.; Mašek, T.
Serum biochemmistry of female Grant's zebra (Equus quagga boehmi) reared in captivity // The 5th international congress "Veterinary science and profession" / Horvatek Tomić, Danijela ; Severin, Krešimir ; Slavica, Alen (ed.). Zagreb : Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, (2013). 61-61 (oral presentation, international review, abstract, scientific).

Filipović, N.; Stojević, Z.; Gottstein, Ž.; Pađen, L.; Nedeljković, G..; Marinković, I.; Vodopija, B.
The influence of calcitriol on expression of TGFb-isoformes in tissues of chickens // Book of Abstracts. The 5th International Congress "Veterinary Science and Profession" / Horvatek Tomić, Danijela ; Severin, Krešimir ; Slavica, Alen (ed.). Zagreb : Faculty of veterinary medicine, University of Zagreb, 2013. 91 (poster presentation, international review, abstract, scientific)

Pađen, L.; Mašek, T.; Šperanda, M.; Boras, J.; Stošić, J.; Đidara, M.; Brozić, D.; Stojević, Z.
Acid-base status and hematology values for zoo population of female Grant's zebra (Equus quagga boehmi) // Book of Abstracts The 5th international congress "Veterinary science and profession" / Horvatek Tomić, Danijela ; Severin, Krešimir ; Slavica, Alen (ur.). Zagreb : Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Zagreb, 2013. 60-60 (oral presentation, international review, abstract, scientific).

Vranković, L.; Delaš, I.; Horvatiček, M.; Beer-Ljubić, B.; Laškaj, R.; Reljić, S.; Huber, Đ.; Stojević, Z.; Aladrović, J.
Erythrocytes antioxidant protection and fatty acid composition in brown bears in Croatia //.(poster presentation, international review, unpublished, scientific)

Vranković, L.; Delaš, I.; Horvatiček, M.; Reljić, S.; Huber, Đ.; Stojević, Z.; Aladrović, J.
Trans fatty acids in subcutaneous adipose tissue in brown bears in Croatia //.
(poster presentation, international review, unpublished, scientific)

Mohamed M. A. Abumandour, PhD

Assistant Professor of Anatomy and EmbryologyAnatomy and Embryology departmentFaculty of Veterinary MedicineAlexandria University, Egypt
Academic degrees
BVS, Veterinary sciences, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt, 2004. Area: Five year studies including basic and clinical veterinary sciences.
MVS, Veterinary Anatomy, Department of Anatomy and Embryology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt, 2007. Entitled: Some morphological studies on the Ostrich Heart
PhD, Clinical Anatomy, Department of Anatomy and Embryology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt, 2011. Entitled: Applied Anatomy on the Neck of the Goat
Research Experience
National Researcher 2004-2016, participated with senior professors and colleagues in Alexandria University Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (Egypt) in the conduction of research.

Teaching Experience
In Anatomy and Embryology Department, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University
Demonstrator 2005-2008
Department of Anatomy & Embryology in “Gross and Developmental Anatomy”
Assistant lecturer 2008-2011
Lab weekly practicum of the gross and developmental anatomy as well as technical assistance in the undergraduate training courses of applied anatomy. Assisted in developing syllabus and overall course structure and administered all grades.
Lecturer: from 2011- 2016
Assistant professor: from 2016- until now
Awards:
Alexandria university award for 2016
Many awards from Alexandria university for international scientific publishing for articles in impacted journals from 2013 till now

Memberships
1. Anatomy and Embryology Department Council
2. Deputy Director of the Quality Assurance Unit
3. Head of scientific research file in Quality Assurance Unit
4. Scientific Research Committee in Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt from 2015 till now.
5. Committee on Cultural Relations in Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt in 2013 to 2014.
6. Scientific reviewers of many international journals
7. African Association of Veterinary Anatomists
8. Egyptian Veterinary Medical Syndicate
9. Kafre El-Sheik Veterinary Medical Syndicate
10. Associate Editor in "Alexandria journal of veterinary sciences (AJVS)": http://www.alexjvs.com
11. Member in the African Association of Veterinary Anatomists
1. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour (2013): Morphological studies of the stomach of falcon. Scientific Journal of Veterinary Advances; 2(3) 30-40. ISSN 2322-1879
2. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour and Raafat M. A. EL-Bakary (2013): Morphological and scanning electron microscopy studies of the tongue of the Egyptian fruit bat (Rousettus aegyptiacus) and their lingual adaptation for its feeding habits. Veterinary Research Communications; 37(3): 229-238, DOI 10.1007/s11259-013-9567-9.
3. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour and Raafat M. A. EL-Bakary (2013): Anatomical reference of New Zealand white rabbits tongue (Orycotolagus cuniculus) for feeding habits lingual adaptation. Journal of Morphological science; 30 (4): 260-271.
4. Mohamed A.M. Alsafy; Samir A.A. El-Gendy; Mohamed M.A. Abumandour (2014): Computed Tomography and Gross Anatomical Studies on the Head of One-Humped Camel (Camelus dromedarius). THE ANATOMICAL RECORD 297(4):630–642.
5. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour (2014): Morphological comparison of the filiform papillae of the New Zealand white rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) as domestic mammals and Egyptian fruit bat (Rousettus aegyptiacus) as wild mammals using scanning electron microscopic specimens. International Journal of Morphology; 32(4):1407-1417.
6. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour (2014): Histomophological studies on the stomach of Eurasian Hobby (Falconinae: Falco subbuteo, Linnaeus 1758) and its relation with its feeding habits. Life Science Journal 2014; 11 (7): 809-819.
7. Mohamed M.A. Abumandour (2014): Gross anatomical studies of the oropharyngeal cavity in Eurasian Hobby (Falconinae: Falco subbuteo, Linnaeus 1758). Journal of Life Sciences Research; 1 (4): 80-92, ISSN: 2408-9184.
8. Raafat M. A. El-Bakary, Mohamed M. A. Abumandour, Mohammed Abu El-Magd, Basma Gomaa, Foad Farrag (2014): Morphogenesis of the early development of the skeletal muscle in the El-Salam chicken strain. Alexandria Journal of Veterinary Sciences 2014, 44: 15-22.
9. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour (2016): Gill morphology in the red swamp freshwater crayfish Procambarus clarkii (Crustacea: Decapoda: cambarids) (Girard 1852) from the River Nile and its branches in Egypt. International Journal of Morphology, 2016, volume 34 issue 1, pages 168-178.
10. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour and Mahmoud S. Gewaily: Morphological studies on the gills of puffer fish (Lagocephalus sceleratus, Gmelin, 1789). International Journal of Morphology; September 2016, Volume 34, Issue 3, Pages 817 - 829. ISSN (print): 0717-9367; ISSN (Online): 0717-9502. Impact Factor: 0.32 - SJR: 0.239 Website: www.scielo.cl/ijmorphol.htm
11. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour and Fatma El-Defrawy (2016): Macro anatomical investigations of the Cervicothoracic Sympathetic system in the horse (Equus ferrus caballus). Alexandria Journal of Veterinary Sciences, 2016; Volume 48, Issue 3, pages: 12-23. ISSN: 1110-2047. http://www.scopemed.org/?mno=171724. Website: www.alexjvs.com
12. Ahmed N. El-Khamary, Mohamed W. El-Sherif, Mohamed M. A. Abumandour, Ahmed S. Ahmed and Ramadan E. Abd El-Wahed (2016): Two ports Laparoscopic Clipping Release in situ Castration technique in lateral recumbent Equid. Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal, 2016; 62(149):1-7. ISSN (print): 1012-5973; ISSN (on line): 2314-5226. Assiut University web-site: www.aun.edu.eg
13. Naglaa fathi, Raafat M. A. El-Bakary, Ashraf Karkoura, Samir El-Gendy and Mohamed M. A. Abumandour, (2016): Advanced Morphological and radiological studies on the stifle joint of Egyptian Baladi goat (Capra Hircus). Alexandria Journal of Veterinary Sciences, 2016; 51 (2): 199-210-23. ISSN: 1110-2047. DOI: 10.5455/ajvs.239172
14. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour and Neveen E. R. El-Bakary (2017): Morphological features of the tongue and laryngeal entrance in two predatory birds with similar feeding preferences: common kestrel (Falco tinnunculus) and Hume’s tawny owl (Strix butleri). Anatomical Science International, Volume 92:352-363. Published online: 15 April 2016. DOI: 10.1007/s12565-016-0339-9. Impact Factor: 0.839.
15. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour and Neveen E. R. El-Bakary (2017): Gill Morphology in Two Bottom Feeder Mediterranean Sea Fishes: Grey Gurnard Fish (Eutrigla gurnardus, Linnaeus, 1758) and Striped Red Mullet Fish (Mullus barbatus surmuletus, Linnaeus, 1758) by Scanning Electron Microscopy. International Journal of Morphology, 2016, volume 35 issue 1, pages 77-84.
16. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour and William Pérez (2017): Morphological and scanning electron microscopy studies of the stomach of the Egyptian fruit bat (Rousettus aegyptiacus). International Journal of Morphology 2017, volume 35, issue 1, pages 242-250.
17. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour and Fatma El-Defrawy: Macro anatomical investigations of the Cervicothoracic Sympathetic system in the horse (Equus ferrus caballus) in Egypt. International Journal of Morphology; September 2016, Volume 34, Issue 3, Pages 923 - 933. ISSN (print): 0717-9367; ISSN (Online): 0717-9502. Impact Factor: 0.32; SJR: 0.239 Website: www.scielo.cl/ijmorphol.htm
18. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour and Neveen E. R. El-Bakary (2017): Morphological Characteristics of the Oropharyngeal Cavity (Tongue, Palate and Laryngeal Entrance) in the Eurasian Coot (Fulica atra, Linnaeus, 1758). Anatomia Histologia Embryologia, 54 (4); 347–358. doi: 10.1111/ahe.12276
19. Neveen E. R. El-Bakary and Mohamed M. A. Abumandour (2017): Morphological Studies of the Tongue of the Egyptian Water Buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) and Their Lingual Papillae Adaptation for Its Feeding Habits. Anatomia Histologia Embryologia, Volume 54 (5); 474–486. doi: 10.1111/ahe.12292
20. Neveen E. R. El-Bakary and Mohamed M. A. Abumandour (2017): Visual adaptations of the eye of the Gilthead Sea bream (Sparus aurata). Veterinary research communications (41):257–262. DOI 10.1007/s11259-017-9696-7
21. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour and Neveen E. R. El-Bakary (2018): Morphological descriptions of the esophagus of the sea bream (Sparus aurata, Linneaus 1758). Russian journal of marine biology; Volume 44, Issue 2, pages: 135-140
22. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour (2018): Surface ultrastructural (SEM) characteristics of oropharyngeal cavity of house sparrow (Passer domesticus). Anatomical Science International. Volume 93, Issue 3, pages 384–393. Published online: 22 December 2017. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12565-017-0426-6

Mohamed Abdo Rizk, PhD

Assistant ProfessorDepartment of Internal Medicine and Infectious DiseasesFaculty of Veterinary MedicineMansoura University, Mansoura 35516, Egypt
Dr. Mohamed Abdo Rizk holds a DVM degree from Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Mansoura University. He obtained his Master degree in 2011 in veterinary internal medicine from School of Veterinary Medicine, Mansoura University and obtained his joint PhD (Egypt/Japan) at 2016 in internal medicine from Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, Hokkaido, Japan. Dr. Mohamed Abdo Rizk has more than 8 years of experience in veterinary internal medicine and infectious diseases. Beside his research experience in that area, he has 9 years of teaching experience primarily related to teaching veterinary internal medicine and infectious diseases to DVM students. He has many publications in national and international scientific journals. He received the prize of the best PhD thesis in Mansoura University in 2016. He trained in horse clinic and small clinic in University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Hannover, Germany. He worked as a foreign visiting researcher at National Research Center of Protozoan Diseases (NRCPD), Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, Hokkaido, Japan. Currently, he is an assistant professor of internal medicine and infectious diseases at Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Mansoura University.
Dr. Mohamed Abdo Rizk main area of interest is treatment and diagnosis of protozoan diseases especially Babesia and Theileria parasites as my PhD was on treatment and diagnosis of Babesia parasite. Besides treatment and diagnosis of respiratory diseases in calves, and animal infectious diseases.

Main Past Research Achievements and Results
1) Performance and consistency of a fluorescence-based high-throughput screening assay for use in Babesia drug screening in mice: The major objective of this study is the development of high-throughput screening assay for evaluation the drugs against B. microti infection in mice, instead of determination of parasitemia by microscopy method that requires preparation of Giemsa-stained thin blood smears then counting RBCs for each slide which is a time-consuming procedure. The results revealed the good agreement between the emitted fluorescence signals obtained by fluorescence assay and the parasitemia obtained by microscopy method at 2.5% HCT using diminazene aceturate that was used as already commercial available drug. Considering that all experiments were applied under optimal laboratory conditions, fluorescence assay at 2.5% HCT using 2x SG I for B. microti parasite offers a novel approach for drug screening in mice. Scientific Reports (In press). This study was supported by a medicine for malaria venture MMV grunt.
2) Evaluation of a Fluorescence-Based Method for Antibabesial Drug Screening: Although microscopy is widely used to calculate parasitemia, several disadvantages are associated with this technique. In this study we evaluated for first time a fluorescence-based method using SYBR green I stain (SG I) to screen antibabesial agents in in vitro cultures of Babesia bovis. The obtained findings suggested that the fluorescence-based method might be useful for antibabesial drug screening and may have potential to be developed into a high-throughput screening (HTS) assay. (Antimicrob Agents Chemother. 58 (2014) 4713-7).
3) Optimization of a Fluorescence-Based Assay for Large-Scale Drug Screening against Babesia and Theileria Parasites: Though, we establishment a fluorescence-based assay to screen antibabesial agents in in vitro cultures of Babesia bovis (Antimicrob Agents Chemother. 58 (2014) 4713-7), the assay wasn’t valid for a large scale antibabesial drug screening and wasn’t established for other Babesia and Theileria parasites. Therefore, we optimized the assay in this study for large-scale drug screening using three different hematocrits (HCTs; 2.5%, 5%, and 10%) without daily replacement of the medium. The results revealed that fluorescence-based assay uses low HCT and does not require daily replacement of culture medium, making it highly suitable for in vitro large-scale drug screening against Babesia and Theileria parasites that infect cattle and horses. (PLOS ONE 10 (2015) 1-15).
4) Cocktail of Theileria equi antigens for detecting infection in equines
: In this study, a cocktail-ELISA containing two antigens (equi merozoite antigen-2 (EMA-2) + Theileria equi (T. equi) protein 82 (Te 82)) to diagnose T. equi infection either in experimentally infected horses or in field infection was applied. Our findings have revealed that a cocktail formula of EMA-2 + Te 82 provided a more practical and sensitive diagnostic candidate for diagnosing T. equi infection in horses as compared with Te 82 or Te 43 alone. (Asian Pac J Trop Biomed.12 (2015) 977–981).
5) An epidemiological survey of bovine Babesia and Theileria parasites in cattle, buffaloes, and sheep in Egypt: In this study, we analyzed the infection rates of Babesia bovis, Babesia bigemina, Theileria annulata, and Theileria orientalis, using parasite-specific PCR assays in blood– DNA samples sourced from cattle (n = 439), buffaloes (n = 50), and sheep (n = 105) reared in Menoufia, Behera, Giza, and Sohag provinces of Egypt. T. orientalis was firstly reported in Egypt in this study, suggests that T. orientalis infection may have veterinary and economic significance in Egypt. (Parasitol Int. 64 (2015):79-85).
6) Large-scale drug screening against Babesia divergens parasite using a fluorescence-based high-throughput screening assay: The validation of a fluorescence-based high-throughput screening (HTS) assay for determining the efficacies of large chemical libraries against Babesia divergens (bovine strain) in in vitro cultures was evaluated in this study using seven different drugs, including diminazene aceturate, tetracycline hydrochloride, chloroquine diphosphate, pyronaridine tetraphosphate, luteolin, actinonin, and (−)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate from green tea. The data indicated that 5% HCT without daily replacement of the culture medium mixed with bovine serum in vitro using a fluorescence-based HTS assay creates the best conditions for large-scale drug screening against B. divergens that infect cattle. (Vet Parasit., 277(2016); 93-97).
7) Open Source Drug Discovery with the Malaria Box Compound Collection for Neglected Diseases and Beyond: In this study we reported for the first time on 236 screens that have been carried out against the Malaria Box .The combined biochemical and cellular assays presented in this study suggested mechanisms of action for 135 (34%) of the compounds active in killing multiple life-cycle stages of the malaria parasite, including asexual blood, liver, gametocyte, gametes and insect ookinete stages. In addition, many compounds demonstrated activity against other pathogens, showing hits in assays with 16 protozoa, 7 helminthes, 9 bacterial and mycobacterial species, the dengue fever mosquito vector, and the NCI60 human cancer cell line panel of 60 human tumor cell lines. These results reveal the immense potential for translating the dispersed expertise in biological assays involving human pathogens into drug discovery starting points, by providing open access to new families of molecules, and emphasize how a small additional investment made to help acquire and distribute compounds, and sharing the data, can catalyze drug discovery for dozens of different indications. (PLoS Pathogens 12 (2016): e1005763.).This study was supported by a medicine for malaria venture MMV grunt.
8) Evaluation of in vitro inhibitory effect of enoxacin on Babesia and Theileria parasites: In this study, enoxacin was tested as a potent inhibitor against the in vitro growth of bovine and equine Piroplasms. Enoxacin IC50 values for Babesia and Theileria parasites were satisfactory as the drug is potent antibacterial drug with minimum side effects. Therefore, enoxacin might be used for treatment of Babesiosis and Theileriosis especially in case of mixed infections with bacterial diseases or incase of animal sensitivity against diminazene toxicity. (Exp Parasitol.161(2016):62-67).
9) Evaluation of the inhibitory effect of N-acetyl-L-cysteine on Babesia and Theileria parasites. The in vitro inhibitory effect of N-acetyl-L-cysteine was evaluated in the present study on the growth of Babesia and Theileria parasites. The in vitro growth of Babesia bovis, Babesia bigemina, Babesia divergens, Theileria equi, and Babesia caballi that were tested was significantly inhibited (P < 0.05) by micromolar concentrations of N-acetyl-L-cysteine. The inhibitory effect of N-acetyl-L-cysteine was synergistically potentiated when used in combination with diminazene aceturate on B. bovis and B. caballi cultures. These results indicate that N-acetyl-L-cysteine might be used as a drug for the treatment of babesiosis, especially when used in combination with diminazene aceturate.(Exp Parasitol. 179 (2017) 43-48). >
10) Molecular identification and antigenic characterization of Babesia divergens Erythrocyte Binding Protein (BdEBP) as a potential vaccine candidate. In this study, recombinant protein encoding Babesia divergens Erythrocyte Binding Protein (BdEBP) was produced in Escherichia coli, and its antiserum was prepared in mice for further molecular characterization. Western blotting and indirect fluorescent antibody test (IFAT) revealed the specific reaction of the anti-rBdEBP serum with a corresponding authentic protein of B. divergens. Next, bovine RBCs were incubated with a B. divergens lysate, and anti-rBdEBP serum was produced in mice to detect the ability of BdEBP to bind with host cells. The efficacy of pre-incubated free merozoites to invade bovine erythrocytes was inhibited by 60% after incubation with 2 mg/ml of anti-rBdEBP serum for 6 h. The obtained data suggest the possible use of rBdEBP as a vaccine candidate against bovine babesiosis. Parasitology International 66 (2017) 721-726.
11) Animal level risk factors associated with Babesia and Theileria infections in cattle in Egypt. In this study, risk factors and logistic regression statistical analysis was carried out to appraise the potential factors on the cows infected by hemoparasites at three main regions of Egypt (northern, central and southern). The results of the present study declare the prevalent bovine Babesia and Theileria sp. in Egypt based on molecular description. An impression on the potential risk factors associated with infections was obtained. Recognition of the potential risk factors associated with tick borne dis- ease may be helpful to construct the best preventive measures. Acta Parasitol. In press, (2017)
. DOI: 10.1515/ap-2017-00.
12) Comparative therapeutic effect of steroidal and non- steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs on proinflammatory cytokines production in water buffalo calves (Bubalus bubalis) naturally infected with bronchopneumonia: a randomized clinical trial. In the current study, we compared the therapeutic effects of a non-steroidal and a steroidal anti-inflammatory drug on the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines, interleukin-1β (IL-1β), interleukin-6 (IL-6), interleukin-12p40 (IL-12p40), interferon gamma (IFNγ), and tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-α) in the blood of water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) calves naturally infected by bronchopneumonia. The obtained results indicate the selectively potent anti-inflammatory effect of flunixin meglumine on the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines in pneumonic buffalo calves and highlight the efficacy of flunixin meglumine in the treatment of bronchopneumonia in buffalo calves when used in combination with tulathromycin. Trop Anim Health Prod. In press, (2017)
. DOI 10.1007/s11250-017-1383-8
Current Research
Currently I applied mass screening of malaria box hits on B. microti infected mice. The results obtained from this research will help in fulfilling the empty antibabesial pipeline. This study is within aproject supported by a medicine for malaria venture MMV grunt.
Professional fellowships and grants of research
I. Fellowship from Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) for Postdoctoral Research (Standard program). (2018-2020)
II. Fellowship from the cultural affairs and missions sector, Egypt to pursue doctoral degree (PhD) as channel mission at Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine. (2013- 2015).

Memberships in Scientific Society
I. Member of Japanese Society of Veterinary Science
II. Member of Japanese Society of Tropical Medicine
III. Member of Japanese Society of Parasitology

Scientific Awards
The best PhD thesis in Mansoura University in 2016
List of publications in Refereed International Journals
1) Rizk, M.A., AbouLaila, M., El-Sayed, S., Guswanto A., Yokoyama, N., & Igarashi, I. Inhibitory effects of fluoroquinolone antibiotics on Babesia divergens and Babesia microti, blood parasites of veterinary and zoonotic importance. Infection and Drug Resistance. (2018) In press. (Impact factor 3.77).
2) Hamed M., Rizk M.A., Hafez A., El-Mahdi A.S., El-khodery S. A. Comparative effect of intravenous administration of medetomidine, tramadol and medetomidine/tramadol combination on intraocular pressure (IOP) in clinically healthy donkeys (Equus a sinus). Journal of equine veterinary science. (2018) DOI: 10.1016/J.Jevs.2018.06.001 (Impact factor 0.8)
3) Tayebwa D.S., Tuvshintulga B., Guswanto A., Nugraha A.B., Batiha G.E., Gantuya S., Rizk M.A., Vudriko P., Sivakumar T., Yokoyama N., Igarashi I. The effects of nitidine chloride and camptothecin on the growth of Babesia and Theileria parasites. Ticks and Tick- borne
Diseases. (2018) DOI: 110.1016 (Impact factor 3.23).
4) El-Sayed, S.A.E.S., Rizk, M.A.¶, *. Significance of selected biochemical markers in predicting the outcome of schistosomiasis, J HELLENIC VET MED SOC., (2018); 69 (1), 739-748 (Impact factor 0. 326).
5) AbouLaila, M., Rizk, M.A., El-Sayed, S., Yokoyama, N., & Igarashi, I. In vitro antiparasitic effects of six beverages on the growth of Babesia and Theileria parasites. Annals of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (2018); 3 (1); 3-8.
6) Guswanto A., Nugraha A.B., Tuvshintulga B., Tayebwa D.S., Rizk M.A., Batiha G.E., Gantuya S., Sivakumar T., Yokoyama N., Igarashi I. 17-DMAG inhibits the multiplication of several Babesia species and Theileria equi on in vitro cultures, and Babesia microti in mice. IJP: Drugs and Drug Resistance 8 (2018) 104–111. (Impact factor 4.80).
7) Ali, M.O., El-Adl, M.A., Ibrahim, H.M.M., ElSeedy, Y.Y., Rizk, M.A., El-Khodery S. Molecular characterization f the vitamin D receptor (VDR) gene in Holstein cows. Research in Veterinary Science (2018), 118; 146-150. (Impact factor 1.29).
8) Rizk, M.A., Osman S.A., El-Gaabary M.H., El-Khodery S. Comparative clinical and parasitological efficacy of moxidectin pour on, ivermectin and piprazine citrate on Toxocara vitulorum infection in buffalo calves (Bubalus bubalis): Arandomized clinical trial. Turkish
journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (2018) DOI: 10.3906/vet-1707-42
9) Rizk, M.A., El-Sayed, S.A.E.S., AbouLaila, M., Eltayesh R.,Yokoyama, N., & Igarashi, I. Performance and consistency of a fluorescence-based high-throughput screening assay for use in Babesia drug screening in mice. Scientific Reports. Scientific reports (2017) 7: 12774
DOI:10.1038/s41598-017-13052-5 (Impact factor 5.04).
10) Tuvshintulga B., AbouLaila M., Sivakumar T., Tayebwa, D.S., Gantuya S., Naranbaatar K., Ishiyama A., Iwatsuki M., Otoguro K., Ōmura S., Terkawi M.A., Guswanto A., Rizk M.A., Yokoyama N., Igarashi I. Chemotherapeutic efficacies of clofazimine and diminazene aceturate combination against piroplasm parasites as AT-rich DNA-binding drugs. Scientific reports (2017) 7: 13888 | DOI:10.1038/s41598-017-14304-0 (Impact factor 5.04).
11) Rizk, M.A.*, Abdalla, A.A., El-Sayed, S.A.E.S. Evaluation of Ascorbic Acid in Combination of Ivermectin in Augmentation the Recovery from Juvenile Generalized Demodicosis in Dogs: A Randomized Clinical Trial. PSM Vet. Res., 2(2): 14-21 (2017).
12) Rizk, M.A., Salama A., El-Sayed, S.A.E.S., Elsify A., El-ashkar M., Ibrahim H., Youssef M., El-Khodery S. Animal level risk factors associated with Babesia and Theileria infections in cattle in Egypt. Acta Parasitol. 62: 4 (2017). (Impact factor 1.29).
13) Rizk, M.A. *, Mahmoud M.E., El-Sayed, S.A.E.S., Salman D. Comparative therapeutic effect of steroidal and non- steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs on proinflammatory cytokines production in water buffalo calves (Bubalus bubalis) naturally infected with
bronchopneumonia: a randomized clinical trial. Trop Anim Health Prod. 49:1723–1731 (2017). (Impact factor 0.912).
14) AbouLaila, M., Tuvshintulga, B., Rizk, M.A., El-Sayed, S.A.E.S., Yokoyama, N., & Igarashi, I. Serum-free GIT medium for short-term in vitro cultures of Babesia bigemina, Babesia divergens, and Theileria equi . J. Protozool. Res. 27. 13-22 (2017)
15) El-Sayed, S.A.E.S., Rizk, M.A.¶, Terkawi, M.A., Yokoyama, N., & Igarashi, I. Molecular identification and antigenic characterization of Babesia divergens Erythrocyte Binding Protein (BdEBP) as a potential vaccine candidate. Parasitol Int. 66, 721-726 (2017). (Impact factor 1.744).
16) Rizk, M.A., El-Sayed, S.A.E.S., AbouLaila, M., Yokoyama, N., & Igarashi, I. Evaluation of the inhibitory effect of N-acetyl-L-cysteine on Babesia and Theileria parasites. Exp Parasitol.179, 43-48, June, (2017). (Impact factor 1.724).
17) Rizk, M.A.*, Ahmed, A., El-Sayed, S.A.E.S. A comparative study on selected APP, alkaline phosphatase and lactate dehydrogenase activities in buffalo and cow with subclinical mastitis. Comp Clin Pathol., 26, 599-603, February, (2017). (Impact factor 0.358).
18) Rizk, M.A., El-Sayed, S.A.E.S., AbouLaila, M., Tuvshintulga, B., Yokoyama, N., & Igarashi, I. Large-scale drug screening against Babesia divergens parasite using a fluorescence-based high-throughput screening assay. Vet Parasit., 277, 93-97, August, (2016). (Impact factor 2.356).
19) Van Voorhis WC, Adams JH, Adelfio R, Ahyong V, Akabas MH, Alano P, Alday A, Alemán Resto Y, Alsibaee A, Alzualde A, Andrews KT, Avery SV, Avery VM, Ayong L, Baker M, Baker S, Ben Mamoun C, Bhatia S, Bickle Q, Bounaadja L, Bowling T, Bosch J, Boucher
LE, Boyom FF, Brea J, Brennan M, Burton A, Caffrey CR, Camarda G, Carrasquilla M, Carter D, Belen Cassera M, Chih-Chien Cheng K, Chindaudomsate W, Chubb A, Colon BL, Colón- López DD, Corbett Y, Crowther GJ, Cowan N, D'Alessandro S, Le Dang N, Delves M, DeRisi JL, Du AY, Duffy S, Abd El-Salam El-Sayed S, Ferdig MT, Fernández Robledo JA, Fidock DA, Florent I, Fokou PV, Galstian A, Gamo FJ, Gokool S, Gold B, Golub T, Goldgof GM, Guha R, Guiguemde WA, Gural N, Guy RK, Hansen MA, Hanson KK, Hemphill A, Hooft van Huijsduijnen R, Horii T, Horrocks P, Hughes TB, Huston C, Igarashi I, Ingram- Sieber K, Itoe MA, Jadhav A, Naranuntarat Jensen A, Jensen LT, Jiang RH, Kaiser A, Keiser J, Ketas T, Kicka S, Kim S, Kirk K, Kumar VP, Kyle DE, Lafuente MJ, Landfear S, Lee N, Lee S, Lehane AM, Li F, Little D, Liu L, Llinás M, Loza MI, Lubar A, Lucantoni L, Lucet I, Maes L, Mancama D, Mansour NR, March S, McGowan S, Medina Vera I, Meister S, Mercer L, Mestres J, Mfopa AN, Misra RN, Moon S, Moore JP, Morais Rodrigues da Costa
F, Müller J, Muriana A, Nakazawa Hewitt S, Nare B, Nathan C, Narraidoo N, Nawaratna S, Ojo KK1, Ortiz D, Panic G, Papadatos G, Parapini S, Patra K, Pham N, Prats S, Plouffe DM, Poulsen SA, Pradhan A, Quevedo C, Quinn RJ, Rice CA, Rizk M.A., Ruecker A, St
Onge R, Salgado Ferreira R, Samra J, Robinett NG, Schlecht U, Schmitt M, Silva Villela F, Silvestrini F, Sinden R, Smith DA, Soldati T, Spitzmüller A, Stamm SM, Sullivan DJ, Sullivan W, Suresh S, Suzuki BM, Suzuki Y, Swamidass SJ, Taramelli D, Tchokouaha LR, Theron A, Thomas D, Tonissen KF, Townson S, Tripathi AK, Trofimov V, Udenze KO, Ullah I, Vallieres C, Vigil E, Vinetz JM, Voong Vinh P, Vu H, Watanabe NA, Weatherby K, White PM, Wilks AF, Winzeler EA, Wojcik E, Wree M, Wu W, Yokoyama N, Zollo PH, Abla N, Blasco B, Burrows J, Laleu B, Leroy D, Spangenberg T, Wells T, Willis PA. Open Source Drug Discovery with the Malaria Box Compound Collection for Neglected Diseases and Beyond. PLoS Pathogens 12, July: e1005763, (2016). (Impact factor 7.64).
20) Omar, M.A., Salama, A., Elsify, A., Rizk, M.A., Al-Aboody, M.S., AbouLaila, M., El-Sayed, S.A.E.S., Igarashi, I., Evaluation of in vitro inhibitory effect of enoxacin on Babesia and Theileria parasites, Exp Parasitol.,161:62-7, February (2016). (Impact factor 1.724).
21) El-Sayed, S.A., Rizk, M.A. ¶, Terkawi, M.A., Mousa, A., El Said, E.S.E.S., Elsayed, G., Fouda, M., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I., Cocktail of Theileria equi antigens for detecting infection in equines, Asian Pac J Trop Biomed., 12: 977–981, May, (2015).
22) Rizk, M.A., El-Sayed, S.A., Terkawi, M.A., Youssef, M.A., El Said el Sel, S., Elsayed, G., El- Khodery, S., El-Ashker, M., Elsify, A., Omar, M., Salama, A., Yokoyama, N., Igarashi, I., Optimization of a Fluorescence-Based Assay for Large-Scale Drug Screening against Babesia
and Theileria Parasites, PLoS ONE, 10: 1-15, April, (2015). (Impact factor 3.057).
23) Elsify, A., Sivakumar, T., Nayel, M., Salama, A., Elkhtam, A., Rizk, M., Mosaab, O., Sultan, K., Elsayed, S., Igarashi, I. and Yokoyama, N., An epidemiological survey of bovine Babesia and Theileria parasites in cattle, buffaloes, and sheep in Egypt, Parasitol Int. 64:79-85,
February, (2015). (Impact factor 1.744).
24) Youssef, M.A., El-khodery, S.A., Abdo M., A comparative study on selected acute-phase proteins (APPs) and immunoglobulins in buffalo and bovine calves with respiratory disease, Comp Clin Pathol, 24:515–520, (2015). (Impact factor 0.358).
25) Guswanto, A., Sivakumar, T., Rizk, M.A., Elsayed, S.A.E., Youssef, M.A., ElSaid, E.E.S., Yokoyama, N. and Igarashi, I., Evaluation of a Fluorescence-Based Method for Antibabesial Drug Screening, Antimicrob Agents Chemother. 58: 4713-7, August, (2014). (Impact factor 4.415).
¶ Equally contributed with the first author
* Corresponding author
Further Publications
1. Mohamed Abdo Rizk*, Shimaa Abd El-Salam El-Sayed, Sabry Elkhodery. Vitamin C impact on proinflammatory cytokines production in lambs with pneumonic pasteurellosis. Submitted to Research in Veterinary Science
2. Mohamed Abdo Rizk, Shimaa Abd El-Salam El-Sayed, Naoaki Yokoyama, and Ikuo Igarashi. Evaluation of the in vitro and in vivo inhibitory effect of thymoquinone on Babesia and Theileria parasites. Submitted to Parasite & Vector.
3. Mahmoud AbouLaila, Amer AbdEl-Aziz, Mohamed Abdo Rizk, Akram Salama, Shimaa El-Sayed, Naoaki Yokoyama, and Ikuo Igarashi. 2018. Evaluation of the in vitro and in vivo inhibitory effects of enrofloxacin on the growth of Babesia and Theileria parasites. Experimental Parasitology
4. Mahmoud AbouLaila, Amer AbdEl-Aziz, Mohamed Abdo Rizk, Davaasoren Batdorj, Shimaa El- Sayed, Naoaki Yokoyama, and Ikuo Igarashi. 2018. Evaluation of the in vitro and in vivo inhibitory effects of apigenin and gallic acid on the growth of Babesia and Theileria parasites. Veterinary Parasitology
5. Mahmoud AbouLaila, Amer AbdEl-Aziz, Mohamed Abdo Rizk, Shimaa El-Sayed, Akram Salama, Davaasoren Batdorj, Naoaki Yokoyama, and Ikuo Igarashi. 2018. Evaluation of the in vitro and in vivo inhibitory effects of quercetin on the growth of Babesia and Theileria parasites. Parasitology Research
6. Mahmoud AbouLaila, Amer AbdEl-Aziz, Mohamed Abdo Rizk, Shimaa El-Sayed, Naoaki Yokoyama, and Ikuo Igarashi. 2018. Evaluation of the in vitro and in vivo inhibitory effects of myrrh oil on the growth of Babesia and Theileria parasites
7. Shimaa Abd El-Salam El-Sayed, Mohamed Abdo Rizk, Azirwan Guswanto, Mohamad Alaa Terkawi, Naoaki Yokoyama, and Ikuo Igarashi. Spherical Body Protein 1 and Spherical Body Protein 4 Cocktail Antigen for Global Detection of Babesia bovis Infection in Cattle. Submitted to Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases
8. Shimaa Abd El-Salam El-Sayed, Mahmoud Rezk AbouLaila, Mohamed Abdo Rizk¶ , Ahmed O. ElKhatam, Mosaad Hilali , Azaa Abdel-Wahab, Naoaki Yokoyama, and Ikuo Igarashi. An epidemiological survey of Theileria equi parasite in horses, and donkeys in Egypt. Ready for submission to Tropical Animal Health and Production.
¶ Equally contributed with the first author
* Corresponding author

Keshan Zhang, PhD

Lanzhou Veterinary Research Institute Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences China
Keshan Zhang received his bachelor degree in animal medicine (2003) from Henan Agricultural University, obtained his Ph.D degree in preventive veterinary medicine(2008) from Huazhong Agricultural University. As a postdoctor in China animal disease control center(2012-2015) , and a visiting scholar in Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in MA USA(2013-2014). His research interest focus on the inflammatory signal pathways related to FMDV infection and FMD vaccine development. In recent 5 years, four monographs have been published, more than 60 scientific papers published, 15 of them were SCI papers (first author or corresponding author) which published in Plose one, Virus genes, Vector-borne and Zoonotic diseases, and Virology journal et al. 6 patents were applied, 4 of them have been authorized.

Prof. Dr. Gaber Ahmed Megahed

Theriogenology Department of Veterinary Medicine Director of Faculty & Leadership Development Center Assiut University, Egypt
Gaber Ahmed Megahed is a Prof. in Theriogenology, Dept of Faculty of Vet. Med. Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt. He is the secretary of the Standing Scientific Committee for the Promotion of teachers in Obstetrics and Surgery, Veterinary Supreme Council of Universities and director of the Faculty and Leadership Development Center - Assiut University (Internationally Accredited Center). He is also a trainer in HR and a reviewer and evaluator for research projects (Science and Technology Development Fund) in Academy of Scientific Search, Egypt.
Physiology of production and reproduction, Gynecology and Obstetrics in animals, Embryo transfer and Biotechnology of reproduction, Herd reproductive improvement.

Mohammed Seghrouchni

Department of Veterinary SciencesUniversity Veterinary Hospital Unit of Medicine, Surgery, and ReproductionHassan II Institute of Agronomy and Veterinary of RabatRabat, Morocco
Dr. Mohammed Seghrouchni currently works at the University Veterinary Hospital Unit of Medicine, Surgery, and Reproduction, at Veterinary Sciences department in Hassan II Institute of Agronomy and Veterinary of Rabat -Morocco. He is a lecturer in small animal internal medicine and surgery, he Contributes actively in the Clinical Training Scholars (students, Interns, Residents, and private veterinarians) and supports another clinical research department in Hassan II Institute of Agronomy and Veterinary or any other institutions research in Morocco. Dr. Mohammed Seghrouchni does research in Veterinary Medicine. His primary area of expertise is equine orthopedics problems. He currently works in a particular overgrowth bony exostosis (osteochondroma lesion) in the distal forelimbs of a special horse breed called Tbourida Arab Barb in Morocco. It seems that this lesson has never been described before in any other horse breeds in the world. My current projects are « Are the traditional management behind the appearance of the osteochondroma lesion of the first phalanx in Tbourida Arab Barb Horses?; Are there any genetics factors predisposing Tbourida Arab Barb Horses to develop osteochondroma lesion.

Tesfaheywet Zeryehun Shiferaw

Department of Veterinary SciencesCollege of Veterinary MedicineHaramaya UniversityP.O.Box 138, Dire Dawa, Ethiopia
Educational Background
2007-2010: Universiti Putra Malaysia, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine,
Malaysia, Graduated with degree: Master of Science in Hematology and Clinical Pathology
1997-2004: Addis Ababa University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Ethiopia, Graduated with degree: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.
1994-1997: Medhanealem Comprehensive Secondary School, Ethiopia: Ethiopian Schools Leaving Examination.
Professional Background
1. Associate professor of hematology and clinical pathology at the College of Veterinary Medicine Haramaya University since December 2014 to date.
2. Assistant Professor of hematology and clinical pathology at the College of Veterinary Medicine Haramaya University since June 2010 to 2014.
3. Lecturer at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Haramaya University, Ethiopia from August 2004-July 2007.
4. Member of Ethiopian Veterinary Association, Ethiopia since 2004.
Small ruminant parasiology, Poultry Disease, Diagnostic Veterinary Pathology, Immunopathology.
CERTIFICATES OF AWARD
1. Academic excellence award from the government of Japan through the Ethiopian Association in 2002.
2. Received NPT project fund through NUFFIC program, the Netherlands, for postgraduate studies at University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia, 2007.
3. Members of the Executive Committee (Recreation and Sports Development), Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Graduate Students Association (VGA) 2007/2008, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM).
4. Members of the Executive Committee (Vice President), Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Graduate Students Association (VGA) 2007/2008, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM).
5. Members of the Executive Committee (Secretary General), Universiti Putra Malaysia-International Student Association (UPMISA) 2009/2010, Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM)
1. A Seminar on Concepts and Problems of Livestock Development (2003).
Title: Molecular tools in the diagnosis of zoonotic tuberculosis
2. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Thesis (2004)
Title: Major Health Problems of Livestock in Yerer Water-shed, Adaliben Woreda, Southeastern Shoa, Debre Zeit, Ethiopia.
3. Master of Science (2010).
Title: Hematological, biochemical and pathological changes in specific pathogen-free chickens infected with very virulent infectious bursal disease virus of Malaysian isolates
4. Tesfaheywet, Z., Hair-Bejo, M. and Rassedee, A. (2008). Hematological and blood chemistry changes in response to very virulent infectious bursal disease virus of Malaysian isolate infection in specific pathogen free chickens. Proceedings of the 29th Malaysian Society of Animal Production Conference, 25-27 May 2008, Penang. Pp. 54-55.
5. Tesfaheywet, Z., Hair-Bejo, M. and Rassedee, A. (2009). Pathological and hematological changes in response to very virulent infectious bursal disease virus of Malaysian isolate infection in specific pathogen free chickens. Proceedings of the 1st Malaysian Society of Veterinary Pathology Congress, 15-17 August 2009, Kuching, Sarawak, pp. 4-8.
6. Tesfaheywet, Z., Hair-Bejo, M. and Rassedee, A. (2009). Gross lesions and coagulation defects in specific pathogen-free chickens infected with very virulent infectious bursal disease virus isolate of Malaysia. Proceedings of the 21st Veterinary Association Malaysia Congress, 31 August 2009, Port Dickson.
7. Tesfaheywet, Z., Hair-Bejo, M. and Rassedee, A. (2012). Biochemical changes in specific pathogen-free chickens infected with very virulent infectious bursal disease virus isolate of Malaysia, Global Veterinaria, 8(1): 08-14.
8. Tesfaheywet, Z., Hair-Bejo, M. and Rassedee, A. (2012). Hemorrhagic and Clotting Abnormalities in infectious bursal disease in specific-pathogen-free chicks, World Applied Science Journal, 16(8): 1123-1130.
9. Abraham, Z. and Tesfaheywet Z. (2012). Prevalence of bovine trypanosomosis in the Selected district of Arba Minch, Snnpr, Southern Ethiopia, Global Veterinaria, 8 (2): 168-173.
10.Tesfaheywet Z. and Berhanu, B. (2012). The antimicrobial resistant pattern of fecal Escherichia coli in selected broiler farms of eastern Hararge zone, Ethiopia. International Journal of Applied Biology and Pharmaceutical Technology, 4(1):188-194.
11.Tesfaheywet Z. and Getnet F. (2012). Seroprevalence of Infectious bursal disease in chickens managed under backyard production system in Central Oromia, Ethiopia. African Journal of Microbiology Research, 6(38): 6736-6741.
12.Hailu, Z., Tesfaheywet Z. and Amare, E. (2012). Helminthosis of Chickens in Selected Small Scale Commercial Poultry Farms in and around Haramaya Woreda, Southeastern Ethiopia. Journal of Veterinary Advances, 2(9): 462-468.
13.Tesfaheywet Z. (2012). Helminthosis of Sheep and Goats in and around Haramaya, Southeastern Ethiopia. Journal of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Health, 4(3):48-55.
14.Tesfaheywet Z. and Misgana, T. (2012). Prevalence of Mange Mites on Small Ruminants at Nekemte Veterinary Clinic, East Wollega Zone, Northwest Ethiopia. Middle East Journal of Scientific Research, 11(10): 1411-1416.
15.Ayana, M. Tesfaheywet, Z. and Getnet, F. (2012). A cross-sectional study on the prevalence of bovine Trypanosomosis in Amhara region, Northwest Ethiopia. Livestock Research for Rural Development, 24(08).
16.Tesfaheywet Z. and Muluneh A. (2012). Ectoparasite infestation of small ruminants. Eurasian Journal of Veterinary Science, 28 (4): 185- 189.
17.Tesfaheywet Z. and Negash K. (2012). Prevalence of Ovine Fasciolosis in Oda Bultum Woreda, Western Hararghe, Ethiopia. Global Veterinaria, 9(5): 530-534.
18.Tesfaheywet Z. and Mengesha L. (2012). Prevalence of Mange Mites of Goats in and Around Kombolcha, SouthWollo, Amhara National Regional State, Northeastern Ethiopia. World Applied Sciences Journal, 19 (1): 106-111.
19.T. Zeryehun, T. Aya and R. Bayecha (2013). Study on prevalence, bacterial pathogens and associated risk factors of Bovine mastitis in and around Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Journal of Animal and Plant Sciences, 23(1): 50-55.
20.Onu, S. and Tesfaheywet, Z (2013) Prevalence of ectoparasite infestations of cattle in Bench Maji zone, southwest Ethiopia, Veterinary World 6(6): 291-194.
21. Diriba Diba, Yoseph Mekashab, Mengistu Urge, Adugna Tolera and Tesfaheywet Zeryehun (2015). Effect of Ficus sur fruits supplementation on rumen ammonia nitrogen, pH concentration, and blood profile of Hararghe highland sheep fed natural pasture hay basal diet. Ethiopian Journal of Animal Production, 15(1):1-16.
22. Nateneal Tamerat and Tesfaheywet Zeryehun (2015). Prevalence and Identification of Ectoparasites Fauna in Small Ruminants in Selected Areas of Eastern Ethiopia. African Journal of Basic and Applied Science, 7 (5): 240-246. DOI: 10.5829/idosi.ajbas.2015.7.5.95236
23. Tesfaheywet Zeryehun and Yonas Yohannes (2015). Ectoparasite infestation of free scavenging chickens reared under traditional backyard production system in Wolayita Zone, southern Ethiopia. Ethiopian Veterinary Journal, 2015, 19 (2):55-66. http://dx.doi.org/J 0.4314/evj. v J 9i2. 2
24. Fethu Lemma, Tesfaheywet Zeryehun, Dirsha Demam, Nateneal, Tamerat and Serkalem Mindaye (2016). Molecular Detection and Antibody Level Determination of Infectious Bursal Disease Virus in Chicken Raised in Dire Dawa and Harar Town, Eastern Ethiopia. Global Veterinaria, 16 (2): 145-149. DOI: 10.5829/idosi.gv.2016.16.02.10211.
25. Tesfaheywet Zeryehun and Fekade Tsegaw (2016). Endoparasites of donkeys in Dessie and its surroundings, Northeastern Ethiopia. Ethiopian Veterinary Journal, 20 (1):79-90. http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/evj.v20i1.6
26. Tesfaheywet Zeryehun and Simeon Hailu (2016). Major ectoparasites of small ruminants in Bench Maji Zone, southern Ethiopia. Livestock Research and Rural Development, 28 (4). http://www.lrrd.org/lrrd28/4/tesf28063.html
27. Kassa Shawle, Mengistu Urge, Getachew Animut, and Tesfaheywet Zeryehun (2016). Broiler Performance, Carcass Characteristics, Haematology and Serum Biochemical parameters as Affected by Hot Red pepper (Capsicum Frutescens) Powder Supplementation. Indian Journal of Animal Nutrition, 33:2.
28. Tesfaheywet Zeryehun, Meseret Asrat, Negassi Amha and Mengistu Urge (2017). Effects of Supplementation of Different Levels of Garlic (Allium Sativum) on Selected Blood Profile and Immunity of White Leghorn Chicken. Biotechnology in Animal Husbandry, 33 (3): 333-348.
29. Negesse Mekonnen, Yohannes Sika, Firew Lejebo and Tesfaheywet Zeryehun (2017). Evaluation of the efficacy of various concentration of deltamethrin-impregnated targets on tsetse fly in and around Arba Minch, South Western Ethiopia. Journal of Entomology and Zoological Studies, 5(6): 403-408.
30. Tesfaheywet Zeryehun, Godana Haro and Bedane Adane (2017). A Cross-sectional Study on the Prevalence of Mastitis and Associated Bacterial Pathogens in One-humped Camels (Camelus dromedarius) in Pastoral Area of Borena Lowland, Southern Ethiopia. Global Veterinaria, 18 (2): 108-115. DOI: 10.5829/idosi.gv.2017.108.115.
31. Tesfaheywet Zeryehun and Biruk Alemu (2017). Major Gross Lesions of Lung in Cattle Slaughtered at Hawassa Municipal Abattoir, Southern Ethiopia. Journal of Veterinary Medicine, Volume 2017, Article ID 1702852, 7 pages https://doi.org/10.1155/2017/1702852.
32. Meseret Asrat, Tesfaheywet Zeryehun, Negassi Amha and Mengistu Urge (2017). Effects of supplementation of different levels of garlic (Allium sativum) on egg production, egg quality, and hatchability of white leghorn chicken. Livestock Research and Rural Development
33. Demelash Mekonnen, Amare Eshetu and Tesfaheywet Zeryehun (2017). Prevalence of Bovine Trypanosomosis in Dembecha Woreda Amhara Region, Northwest Ethiopia. Journal of Veterinary Science and Technology, 8:1. DOI: 10.4172/2157-7579.1000413.
34. Tatek Teshome, Tesfaheywet Zeryehun and Tamirat Kaba (2017). Cystic echinococcosis: prevalence and economic significance in small ruminants slaughtered at Efora Export Abattoir, Bishoftu, Ethiopia. Ethiopian Veterinary Journal, 21 (2):11-27.doi.org/10.4314/evj.v21i2.2.
35. Tesfaheywet Zeryehun and Gerema Abera (2017). Prevalence and Bacterial Isolates of Mastitis in Dairy Farms in Selected Districts of Eastern Harrarghe Zone, Eastern Ethiopia. Journal of Veterinary Medicine, Volume 2017, Article ID 6498618, 7 pages. https://doi.org/10.1155/2017/6498618
36. Mengistu Urge, Kassa Shawle, Getachew Animut, Tesfaheywet Zeryehun, and Meskerem Adamu (2017). Protective Efficacy of Lepidium sativum, Capsicum frutescens, and their Mixtures against Experimentally Induced Eimeria tenella Infection in Broiler Chickens. East African Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, 1 (1) 19-30.
37. Tesfaheywet Zeryehun and Nigus Degefaw (2017). Prevalence and Factors Associated with Small Ruminant‟s Lungworm Infection in and around Mekelle Town, Tigray, Northern Ethiopia. Journal of Veterinary Science and Technology, 2017, 8:5. DOI: 10.4172/2157-7579.1000476
38. Tesfaheywet Zeryehun Shiferaw (2017). Control and prevention of infectious bursal disease: a review. In: Antimicrobial research: Novel bio knowledge and educational programs, A. Méndez-Vilas (Ed.), Microbiology Book Series, 6: 463-471. (Publisher, Formatex Research Center; ISBN: 978-84-947512-0-2). (Chapter in a book)
39. Tamrat Tadesse, Berhanu Tilahun, Shimelis Mengistu, Sisay Alemu, Tesfaheywet Zeryehun and Dese Kefyale (2019). Prevalence and species distribution of ectoparasite of domestic dogs in Jimma town, Oromia regional state, southwest Ethiopia. Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies, 7(2): 1154-1157.

Mohamed Abousenna, PhD

ResearcherCentral laboratories for Evaluation of Veterinary Biologics. (CLEVB)Abbassia, Cairo, Egypt
Dr. Mohamed Samy Abousenna is a Researcher (lecturer) of Virology (Viral large and pet animal Vaccines Evaluation Dept.) at the Central Laboratory for Evaluation of Veterinary Biologics (CLEVB). He has served in this role since 2007 - His education includes a BSc the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at Cairo University and MSc, and Ph.D. in Virology Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at Benha University. He has Ten years of experience working in a lab setting (BSL2) according to Laboratory Biorisk Management Standard CWA 15793:2008. He is responsible for the evaluation Viral large and pet animal Vaccines, isolation and identification of different viruses ( FMD, RVF, POX. Herps. BRSV, etc), and performs serological and molecular testing. Additionally, research work on vaccine evaluation, Vaccine production and Vaccination strategy for viral endemic diseases.
Filling the research gap for Vaccine production and Vaccination strategy for viral endemic diseases.
Development of alternative methods for vaccine evaluation.
Development of Novel techniques for the diagnosis of viruses.
Studying and development approaches which serve Biosafety in Laboratory and animal facility.
1. El-Bagoury, G.F.; Abou sena, M.S.; El-Habbaa, A.S. and Saad, M.A (2011): alternative methods for evaluation of attenuated bovine respiratory syncytial virus vaccine. BVMJ 22(2):178-184.
2. El-Bagoury, G.F. , El-Nahas, E.M. , Saad, M.A. and Abou-Senna, M.S. (2016): Humoral response of cattle to concentrated and purified FMD vaccine using different vaccination programmes. BVMJ 31(1):132-136.
3. Abousenna , M.S.: Biorisk assessment of rabies challenge virus (CVS strain) preparation in laminar air flow cabinet. The USDA ARS 4th International Biosafety & Biocontainment Symposium , Baltimore, MD, USA,6th -9th Feb,2017.
4. Abousenna, M.S.: Studies on the correlation of genotyping and challenge test for fmdv type o, a and sat2 of field isolates and vaccinal strains in Egypt. GFRA scientific meeting, Seoul, Korea. 25th- 27th Oct, 2017.
5. Sayed,R. and Abousenna, M.S : Development of diva strategy for fmd virus by using lateral flow immunochromatographic strip in Egypt. GFRA scientific meeting, Seoul, Korea. 25th- 27th Oct, 2017.
6. Nermeen Gouda Shafik1, Abousenna MS1, Heba MG Abdel Aziz1, Hind M Daoud2, Waleed Abd Elrahman1 and Ibrahim MM1 (2018): Use of Guinea Pigs as an Alternative Lab Animal for Quality Control of FMD Vaccines. Inter J Vet Sci, 7(4): 223-226.
7. Abousenna MS1, Darwish, DM and Saad, MA (2019):The protection of highly potent inactivated Foot & Mouth Disease virus vaccine against induced repeated infection using different serotypes of Foot & Mouth Disease Virus type, The UK & international veterinary vaccinology network conference, (London, UK,8-10th January 2019).
8. Abousenna MS1, Darwish, DM and Saad, MA (2019): Studies on Different Methods for Inactivation, Purification and Concentration of FMD virus during Vaccine Manufacture, The USDA ARS 5th International Biosafety & Biocontainment Symposium: Biorisk and Facility Challenges in Agriculture, Baltimore, MD, USA, 12th -14th Feb,2019.
9. Nermeen G Shafik, Darwish DM, Abousenna MS, Galal M, Ahmed AR, Attya M, Saad MA and Abdelhakim M (2019): Efficacy of a Commercial Local Trivalent Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) Vaccine against Recently Isolated O-EA3, Inter J Vet Sci, 2019, 8(1): 35-38.

Bin Zhao, PhD

Professor of College of ScienceNorthwest A&F UniversityYangling, Shaanxi, China
Dr. Bin Zhao has constructed virtual placenta for understanding the placental interactions between mother and fetus byin-silico. Multi-antibiotic resistance in bacterial infections is a growing threat to public health. Some experiments were carried out to study the multi-antibiotic resistance. Methods: The changes of the multi-antibiotic resistance with time were achieved by numerical simulations and the mathematical models, with the calculated temperature field, velocity field, and the antibiotic concentration field. Results: The computed results and experimental results are compared. The immune system of all living things shows regularly recurring rhythmic variations in numerous frequencies. The responses of the immune system to an antigen entry could vary in accordance with the chronobiologicalphenomena. These cyclic oscillations in living things occur for many essential biological processes in order to deal with environmental changes and challenges. I aimed to develop mathematical models with important physiological parameters involving immune response for antibody rhythms by using the circadian, infradian and ultradian rhythms of IgY antibody from our earlier experimental findings. My present study is designed with biomedical statistics and biology.
1. Bin Zhao,Thirumalai Diraviyam,Xiaoying Zhang. Biomathematical models on transgenic donor cell preparation. Journal of Mathematical Biology,2019;
2. Bin Zhao,Thirumalai Diraviyam,Jin-Xin He. Dynamic systems for signaling T-cells from some fractional-order differential equations. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology,2019;
3. Bin Zhao,Lichun Liang. Two new logarithmically completely monotonic functions involving the gamma function. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications,2019;
4. Bin Zhao,Lichun Liang. Biomathematical modeling on Distribution Characteristic of Soil Water of Different Aged Jujube Plantations. Journal of Hydrology,2019;
5. Thirumalai Diraviyam,Jin-Xin He,Bin Zhao,Antonysamy Michael,Xiaoying Zhang. The therapeutic effect of Antibodies against Antibiotic-Associated Diarrhea (AAD): A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Plos One,2016(http://www.dcn.ed.ac.uk/camarades/files/1.%20Protocol_AAD_Meta-analysis.pdf);
6. Bin Zhao,Thirumalai Diraviyam,Xiaoying Zhang. Biomathematical modeling on chronobiological rhythms of antibody- exemplified through Chicken IgY. Biological Rhythm Research,2016,47(6):833-840;
7. Bin Zhao,Lichun Liang. Dynamic Systems for Signaling Parasite-Host from Differential Equations. Journal of Bacteriology & Parasitology,2016,7(4):1-3;
8. Bin Zhao,Xiaoying Zhang. Mathematical analysis of multi-antibiotic resistance. International Journal of Cardiology,2016,219(2016):33-37;
9. Thirumalai Diraviyam,Jin-Xin He,Chen Chen,Bin Zhao,Antonysamy Michael,Xiaoying Zhang. Effect of passive immunotherapy against Clostridium difficile infection: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Immunotherapy,2016,8(5):649-663;
10. Bin Zhao,Thirumalai Diraviyam,Xiaoying Zhang. A bio-mathematical approach: Speculations to construct Virtual Placenta. Applied Mathematics and Computation,2015,256(4):344-351;
11. Thirumalai Diraviyam,Bin Zhao,Yuan Wang,Ruediger Schade,Antonysamy Michael,Xiaoying Zhang. Effect of Chicken Egg Yolk Antibodies (IgY) on Diarrhea in Domesticated Animals: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Plos One,2014,9(5):1-14;

Behzad Mobini, PhD

Associate Professor of Anatomical SciencesSchool of Veterinary SciencesThe Islamic Azad University, Shahrekord, Iran
1- Mobini, B., Poursafar, M (2019). Histological and histochemical studies of the gall bladder of the graylag goose (Anser anser). Biotechnic & Histochemistry. 73 (3): 361–368.
2- Mobini, B (2018). Histological and Histochemical Studies on the Trachea of the Ostrich (Struthio camelus). Journal of Veterinary Research. 73 (3): 361–368.
3- Mobini, B (2017). An investigation on histological changes of the Ross broiler’s proventriculus at different ages. Veterinary Journal (Pajouhesh & Sazandegi). 114: 69–74.
4- Mobini, B, Ranjesh, A (2017). Effect of sex on histological and histochemical structures of the interdigital sinus in adult Bakhtiari sheep of Iran. 9 (1): 33–38. DOI: 10.22067/veterinary.v9i1.59621.
5- Oliaii, A, Mobini, B (2017). The histological differences of the ureter in Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica) compared with some other domestic avian species. International Journal of Morphology (Int. J. Morphol.), 35(1):193-198.
6- Mobini, B, Abdollahi, M.H (2016). Effect of sex on histological and histochemical structures of different parts of the kidney in Japanese quails. Poultry Science (Poult. Sci.), 95(9): 2145-2150. http://dx.doi.org/10.3382/ps/pew177
7- Mobini, B (2016). Histological and histochemical study of the urinary system of native partridges (Alectoris chukar). Veterinary Journal (Pajouhesh & Sazandegi). 116: 111–121.
8- Mobini, B (2015). Histological feature of the skin in different regions and in different ages of Lori-Bakhtiari. Lebanese Science Journal, 16 (1): 89–95.
9- Mobini, B (2015). Histomorphometry of the esophagus of adult Ross broilers. Tropical Veterinarian, Nigeria, 33 (3-4): 59-65.
10- Mobini, B (2015). Histological and anatomical study of the trachea of native partridges (Chukar chukar). Veterinary Journal (Pajouhesh & Sazandegi). 112: 2–9.
11- Mobini, B., HajSharifi, M.H., Akhondi, M (2015). Histological structure of esophagus in Blue-naked ostrich. Journal of Veterinary Microbiology.
12- Mobini, B (2014). Histological study of the gall bladder of the common quail (Coturnix coturnix). Veterinarni Medicina (Vet Med - Czech). 29 (10): 135–142.
13- Mobini, B (2014). Histological study of the gall bladder of the common quail (Coturnix coturnix). Veterinarni Medicina (Vet Med - Czech). 29 (10): 135–142.
14- Mobini, B (2014). The effect of age, sex, and region on histological structures of the esophagus in broiler chickens. Veterinarija Ir Zootechnika (Vet Med Zoot). 66 (88): 46–49.
15- Mobini, B (2014). Microscopic anatomy of the gallbladder of the Japanese quail (Coturnix Coturnix Japonicum). Journal of Veterinary Advances (J Vet Adv), 4 (4): 488-492.
16- Shafiian, A.H, Mobini, B (2014). Histological and histochemical study on the uropygial gland of the goose (Anser anser). Bulgarian Journal of Veterinary Medicine (Bulg. J. Vet. Med), 17, No 1, 1−8.
17- Mobini, B (2013). A quantitative evaluation of different regions of skin in adult Iranian native sheep. Veterinarni Medicina (Vet Med - Czech), 58 (5): 260–263.
18- Ghazi, SM, Mobini, B (2013). Histological characteristics of the auditory tube diverticulum of the domestic donkey (Equus asinus). Thai Journal of Veterinary Medicine (Thai J Vet Med), 43 (2): 273−277.
19- Mobini, B (2013). Characteristics of the Pectoralis profundus of native and broiler chickens. International Journal of Basic Sciences & Applied Research (Intl. J. Basic. Sci. Appl. Res.), 2 (5): 551-554.
20- Fadaei Fard, F, Mobini, B, Mortazavi, S.R, Babaii Kasmaii, H (2013). Histologic study of urogenital and digestive structures of Aphanius vladykovi. 1st national conference of marine histology. Science and Technological University of Khoramshahr, 11 March 2013, Khoramshahr.
21- Mobini, B, Beiranvand, A (2013). Histometric characteristics of different elements in the dermis of ovis. International Research Journal of Applied and Basic Sciences (Intl. Res. J. Appl. Basic. Sci.). 4 (7): 1833-1836.
22- Mobini, B, Asadi Khoshoii, A (2013). A comparative histomorphometrical study of quadriceps femoris muscle fibers between commercial broiler and domestic fowls. World Applied Sciences Journal (World Appl. Sci. J). 22 (10): 1506-1509.
23- Asadi Khoshoii, A, Mobini, B, Rahimi, E (2013). Comparison of chicken strains: muscle fiber diameter and numbers in Pectoralis superficial muscle. Global Veterinaria. 11 (1): 55-58.
24- Mobini, B (2013). Comparative histological studies of intramuscular connective tissues of muscle Pectoralis Profundus from native and broiler chickens. Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research (Middle-East J. Sci. Res.). 14 (2): 267-272.
25- Mobini, B (2013). Histological study of hepatic bile ducts in the common quail (Coturnix coturnix). International Research Journal of Applied and Basic Sciences (Intl. Res. J. Appl. Basic. Sci.). 4 (5): 1067-1070.
26- Mobini, B (2013). Histomorphometrical variations of hair follicles of Bakhtiari sheep at different skin areas. Thai Journal of Veterinary Medicine (Thai J Vet Med), 43 (1): 131−135.
27- Mobini, B (2013). Morphometrical evaluations of the integumental layers at different ages and regions of Bakhtiari sheep. The Scientific Journal of Animal Science. 2 (3): 47-53.
28- Mobini, B (2013). Histochemical and histological studies on the pancreas in the mature pigeon (Columba Livia). European Journal of Experimental Biology. 3 (2): 148-152.
29- Mobini, B (2013). Histological differences in intramuscular connective tissues composition between dark and light colored muscles in broiler chickens. Global Veterinaria. 10 (3): 360-364.
30- Mobini, B (2013). Micrometrical studies on the hair follicles at different areas of skin in Iranian Bakhtiari lambs. World Applied Sciences Journal (World Appl. Sci. J). 21 (2): 260-263.
31- Mobini, B (2013). Studies on the density of various dermal structures in adult rams and ewes. Bulgarian Journal of Veterinary Medicine (Bulg. J. Vet. Med), 16, No 1, 1−6.
32- Mobini, B (2012). Effect of age and sex on fiber and follicle characteristics of an Iranian native sheep. Sokoto Journal of Veterinary Sciences, 10 (1): 1- 4.
33- Mobini, B (2012). An assessment of fibers in various areas of skin in male and female Bakhtiari breed lambs. Journal of Veterinary Advances (J Vet Adv), 2 (6): 273-278.
34- Mobini, B (2012). Histology of the skin in an Iranian native breed of sheep at different ages. Journal of Veterinary Advances (J Vet Adv), 2 (5): 226-231.
35- Mobini, B (2012). Microscopic study of the gall bladder of the Iranian chukar partridge (Alectoris Chukar). Bulgarian Journal of Veterinary Medicine (Bulg. J. Vet. Med), 15, No 2, 73−78.
36- Mobini, B (2012). Histological and histochemical studies on the Harderian gland in native chickens. Veterinarni Medicina (Vet Med - Czech), 57 (8): 404–409.
37- Mobini, B (2012). Histology of the skin glands in the sheep-breed Bakhtiari. International Journal of Livestock Research (Int. J. Livest. Res). 2 (3): 98-101.
38- Mobini, B, Shirani Faradonbeh, K (2012). Histology of extrahepatic bile ducts in the Iranian chukar partridge (Alectoris Chukar). Thai Journal of Veterinary Medicine (TJVM), 42 (4): 537−541.
39- Mobini, B, Shirani Faradonbeh, K (2012). A morphometric study on different regions of the skin in Lori-Bakhtiari sheep at different ages. International Journal of Plant, Animal and Environmental Sciences (IJPAES), 2 (4): 180−185.
40- Mobini, B (2012). Topographical and morphological anatomy of the guttural pouches of the domestic donkey (Equus Asinus). Global Veterinaria. 9 (6): 691-695.
41- Mobini, B (2012). Morphometry of the hairs in different regions of skin in adult Bakhtiari sheep. Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research (Middle-East J. Sci. Res.). 12 (5): 603-607.
42- Mobini. B, Pakzad,R (2012) An investigation on histological changes of the Ross broiler’s glandular stomach at different ages. Journal of Veterinary Pathobiology, (In press)
43- Mobini. B, Sorbi, M (2012) A frequency of sheep nephrolithiasis and determination of calculi composition in Alashtar slaughterhouse. Journal of Veterinary Pathobiology, Vol.4, No.13, pp: 11- 17.
44- Mobini. B, (2012) Anatomical and morphological study of the liver of One-humped camel. Journal of Veterinary Pathobiology, Vol.4, No.14, pp: 31- 40.
45- Mobini. B, Khoramabadi, A (2011) Anatomy and morphology of trachea of partridge in Lorestan. Vet. Journal of Islamic Azad University. Tabriz Branch, 5 (2): 1203-1210.
46- Mobini, B (2011) Age-dependent morphometric changes of different parts of small and large intestines in the Ross broilers. International Journal for Agro Veterinary and Medical Sciences (IJAVMS), 5(5): 456-463.
47- Mobini. B, Ziaii, A (2011) Comparative histological study of the Preen of broiler and native chicken. Veterinary Research Bulletin, Vol.6, No.21, pp: 121- 128.
48- Mobini, B (2011) Histological studies on the pancreas of goose (Anser albifrons), Veterinary Research Forum, Vol.2, No.1, pp: 25- 29.
49- Mobini, B, Shahzamani, P. Salehi Kahrizsangi, M. Askarzadeh, A. Abaspour, E. (2010): Morphometric study of Pancreatic Islets in the Goose (Anser Albiforns), 2nd International Veterinary Poultry Congress & Exhibition of Iran, Tehran, Iran, Abstract Number: IVPC-125, Sat 20 Feb - Sun 21 Feb, Code: 125, No.7.
50- Mobini. B, Radmehr, B (2010) Comparative morphological studies on the hepatic artery and portal vein of the liver of cow, sheep, and goat. Journal of Veterinary Pathobiology, 2(3): 1-8.
51- Mobini, B (2010) Relationship of characteristics of the proventriculus and gizzard with body weight in the Ross broiler chicken. The Journal of Applied Animal Research, Vol.38, No.2, pp: 271- 272.
52- Fazelli, MH, Mobini, B (2010) Macroscopical and pathological studies of the genitalia of cows slaughtered in Esfahan abattoir. Journal of Veterinary Pathobiology, Vol.1, No. 2, pp: 63-73.
53- Mobini. B (2009) A Preliminary Histomorphometrical study on Pancreas of Duck. The Journal of Applied Animal Research, Vol.35, No.2, pp: 159- 160.
54- Mobini, B, Aghaabedi, B (2009) Histological and histochemical studies on the pancreas of native turkey in Iran. Veterinary Journal- Pajouhesh & Sazandegi, Vol.22, No. 83, pp: 2- 8.
55- Mobini, B (2009) A comparative microanatomical study of the pancreas of duck and turkey. Journal of Veterinary Pathobiology, Vol.1, No. 1, pp: 44-48.
56- Mobini. B (2008) A Histomorphometric study of pancreatic islets in the mature domestic duck of western Iran. Journal of Specialized Veterinary Science- Islamic Azad University of Tabriz, Vol.1, No.4, pp: 235- 238.
57- Mobini. B, Tadjalli, M, Mansouri, SH (2008) Histomorphologic and morphometric study of the pancreas in Mehraban male sheep. Journal of Veterinary Research, Vol.62, No.6, pp: 351-354.
58- Mobini. B, Shahzamani, P (2007) A morphometric study on pancreatic islets in the goose (Anser albifrons). Veterinary Journal of Islamic Azad University-Garmsar Branch, Vol.1, No.5, pp: 27- 30.
59- Mobini, B, Khaksar, Z (2007) Histomorphometrical study on the pancreas of goose. The Indian Veterinary Journal, Vol.84, December, pp: 1335- 1336.
60- Mobini. B (2007) A Histomorphometric study on pancreatic islets in turkey in comparison with goose and duck. Veterinary Journal of Islamic Azad University-Garmsar Branch, Vol.3, No.3, pp: 117- 120.
61- Pousty, I, Mobini, B, Babayi Kasmayi, H (2006) A histological study of oral cavity and esophagus of Aphanius vladykovi in Choghakhor pond in Chahar Mahal Bakhtiary province. Iranian Journal of Veterinary Sciences, Vol.3, No. 3, pp: 583-588.
62- Mobini. B (2006) A morphometric study on the pancreas of sheep. Iranian Journal of Veterinary Sciences, Vol.3, No.2, pp: 519- 524.
63- Mobini. B, Gilanpour, H (2006) A quantitative evaluation of pancreas tissue of turkey. Iranian Journal of Veterinary Sciences, Vol.3, No.2, pp: 493- 498.
64- Mansouri, SH, Tadjalli, M, Mobini, B (2005) Histomorphometrical study on the pancreas in pre and postnatal Mehraban male sheep. Iranian Journal of Veterinary Research, Vol.6, No. 3, pp: 17-22.
65- Mobini. B (2005) Cryptococcosis infections. Veterinarian, Vol.9, No.2, pp: 43- 48. 66- Mobini. B (2004) A study on food contaminations use in Shahrekord Azad university. Veterinarian, Vol.8, No.2, pp: 77.
67- Mobini. B, Fazelli, MH, Boniadian, M (2001) The prevalence of subclinical mastitis of cattle caused by S.aureus in Shahrekord area. Veterinary Journal, Vol.3, No.5, pp: 30- 32.
68- Mobini. B (2000) A comparison among four injection anesthesia drugs. Veterinarian, Vol.4, No.2, pp: 48- 53.
69- Mobini. B (1999) Relationship of the education level of farmers with intramammary infections. Veterinarian, Vol.2, No.4, pp: 61- 63.
2- Books:
1- Mobini. B (2015) Basic Veterinary Histology. Shahrekord Branch, Islamic Azad University, Shahrekord, Iran.
2- Mobini. B (2015) Basic Veterinary Embryology. Shahrekord Branch, Islamic Azad University, Shahrekord, Iran.
3- Mobini. B (2015) Basic Veterinary Histology. Shahrekord Branch, Islamic Azad University, Shahrekord, Iran.

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