A A Aldhalemi) Ammar Abdulhasan Aldhalemi)

A A Aldhalemi) Ammar  Abdulhasan Aldhalemi)

University of Kufa

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Food Science Food Chemistry

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Hasan N Smesam

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Effects of parsley administration preventing lead-induced toxicity to liver and kidney tissues.

Lead is a heavy metal that pollutes the environment and has a variety of hazardous effects on the human body. The purpose of this research was to determine the protective effect of parsley leaf powder at various doses against lead acetate poisoning in the liver and kidney tissues of (Sprague - Dawley rats) which had significant liver tissue damage like (liquefactive necrosis, amyloidosis, Etc.) and kidney (blood vessel congestion, Etc.). Oral dosing of parsley powder reversed these lead - induced effects on liver and k idney tissues. This is the first study about parsley preventing effect lead - induced toxicity to liver and kidney tissues.

Authors

Murtadha Abdulhasan Aldhalemi,Zinah Talib Alsallami,Ali Joodi Shuna Al-Fatlawi,Ammar Abdulhasan Aldhalemi,Michael Maes,Hayder Yaseen Aljaberi,Aiman Mohammed Baqir

Publish Date

2022/12/1

Effects of parsley administration preventing lead-induced toxicity to liver and kidney tissues

Lead is a heavy metal that pollutes the environment and has a variety of hazardous effects on the human body. The purpose of this research was to determine the protective effect of parsley leaf powder at various doses against lead acetate poisoning in the liver and kidney tissues of (Sprague–Dawley rats) which had significant liver tissue damage like (liquefactive necrosis, amyloidosis, Etc.) and kidney (blood vessel congestion, Etc.). Oral dosing of parsley powder reversed these lead-induced effects on liver and kidney tissues. This is the first study about parsley preventing effect lead-induced toxicity to liver and kidney tissues.

Authors

Murtadha Abdulhasan Aldhalemi,Zinah Talib Alsallami,Ali Joodi shuna Al-Fatlawi,AmmarAbdulhasan Aldhalemi,Michael Maes,Hayder Yaseen Aljaberi,Aiman Mohammed Baqir

Journal

Revista Electronica de Veterinaria

Publish Date

2022/8/27

Histological Effect of Onion, Tea Against Lead Acetate in Some Organs of Sprague–Dawley Rats

The study aimed to investigate the negative effects of lead acetate on the liver and kidneys tissues of male Sprague Dawley rats. It was conducted on 28 male rats of the aforementioned strain. The rats were divided into four groups, including the control group (provided with regular fodd only), lead acetate group (LD 50), onion group (provided with lead with water and dried onion powder at a rate of 4% with the fodd) and tea group (provided with lead with water and tea powder at 1% with the fodd). The results of the current study showed that the control group was a normal marker of hepatocytes (Central Vein, Sinosoid, Hepatocyte) While we note that the results of the T2 group, we find that there is severe damage to the tissues of the liver cells. Through the results of the study, we find the occurrence of a large grouping of lymphocytes and severe congestion. Hepatocytes, the results of the T4 group showed hemorrhage and no accumulation of lymphocytes, as was the case in the results of the T2 group. Regarding the sections of renal tissue, the results of the study showed that the control group had normal tissues as well as parts of the kidneys (Bowmans Capsule, glomerulus, Distal, convoluted tubule, Proximal convoluted tubules), while the renal tissue for T2 suffered from severe hemorrhage and very severe cell damage, and compared with the results of T3, we find that the renal tissue of T3 is distinguished by the presence of partially shrink glomerular and is not better than both T2 and T4 tissues, which are characterized by a clear shrinkage of the glomeruli and the presence of hemorrhage, but with less than T3. Therefore, we find that the best …

Authors

Murtadha Abdulhasan Aldhalemi1 Ammar Abdulhasan Aldhalemi1,Ali Joodi shuna Al-Fatlawi1,Zinah Talib Alsallami1,Ashraf Raoof Mohammed Ali2

Journal

Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology

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Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, July-September 2021, Vol. 15, No. 3 1991

Publish Date

2021/5/8

Study of the deficiency of some elements and some vital variables in camel’s blood

The research was conducted on 75 healthy and 55 anemic camels diagnosed with iron deficiency to establish serum iron, total iron binding capacity (TIBC), unbound iron binding capacity (UIBC), transferrin saturation (TS%), copper and cobalt levels. The regular (40 males and 35 females) and anemic (24 males and 27 females) groups in Najaf governorate-Iraq, all aged 1-15 years. Blood samples were collected were collected from the jugular veins into plain tubes and the separate sera was used for calculating the parameters tested. Result showed that the means in normal and anemic camels were as follows; Serum iron concentration was (13.5±0.35) µmol/L and (9.2±0.31) µmol/L respectively, TIBC (85.1±1.8) µmol/L,(109.2±2.1) µmol/L respectively, UIBC (70.5±1.2) µmol/L,(98.2±1.8) µmol/L respectively, TS%(12.7±0.3)%,(6.9±0.5)% respectively, serum copper (12.2±0.4) µmol/L,(7.5±0.23) µmol/L respectively and serum cobalt (2.9±0.14) µmol/L and (2.4±0.25) µmol/L respectively. Morever, serum iron, TS% and copper decreased significantly (P< 0.05). While, the serum TIBC and UIBC of anemic camels increased significantly (P< 0.05) compared to normal control. In both groups the concentrations of cobalt were more or less close. Reference mean values of specific biochemical parameters at clinically normal and anemic camels with significant differences between them are recorded in the present data.

Authors

Aiman Mohammed Baqir Al-Dhalimy,Ammar Abdulhasan Aldhalemi,Murtadha Abdulhasan Aldhalemi,Ghadeer Sabah Bustani

Journal

Plant Arch

Publish Date

2020

STUDY OF THE HEALTH INDICATORS AND LIVER ENZYMES CHANGES IN WHITE RATS

This study was conducted with the aim of reducing the toxic and negative effects of lead. Feeding rat’s different concentrations of medicinal plants (mint and parsley) powders are more efficient achieving the desired goal of the study. This process aims to produce an unconventional and widespread treatment for all people. A significant negative effect was observed on a group of variables through this study, such as the lead percentage in the blood increased from (4.5 µg/dl) to (292.68 µg/dl). While the mint worked to reduce this rate (64.62 µg/dl at 2% and 90.09 µg/dl at 4%) and parsley also had a positive effect in reducing the ratio of lead in rats blood to (94.14 µg/dl at 2%) and (95.58 at 4%). The effect of lead on a group of liver enzymes Alkaline Phosphatase was also studied. Rats feeding on lead led to an increase in the ratio of this enzyme from the normal level (73.8 IU/L) to a high level (197.8 IU/L), while the medicinal plants used within the current study From this effect, the mint worked to limit this rise to (Mint with 2% concentration 82.1 IU/L). As for the other mint concentration and parsley concentrations, it converged in the positive effect in reducing the lead effect to (Parsley with 2% concentration 88.4 IU/L)(Parsley with 4% concentration 86.2 IU/L),(Mint with 4% concentration 115 IU/L), As for (aspartate aminotransferase), lead had a negative effect on this enzyme, leading to a high level in the blood (lead (positive control) 242.8 U/l) compared to the standard group fodd (negative control) 91 U/l), so we find it through The current study shows that the best plants with a concentration of (Mint with 2% concentration 131.8 U/l) from the talk of …

Authors

Ammar Abdulhasan Aldhalemi,Sharaf Ali hadi Al-shaikh,Mohanad Abood Alhamid

Journal

Plant Archives

Publish Date

2020

The fatty acids Determination in breast milk and in infant formula milk

Breast milk is the first and best food for the baby and the natural source of all the nutrients needed by the infant to grow and move. At present, local and international markets are full of milk products and alternatives milk products. The aim of this study was to find the differences between the infant formula and breast milk in the presence and percentages of fatty acids during the period of lactation. A total of 240 samples of healthy mothers (ages 18-33 years) which had an infants aged 3-11 months were collected voluntarily, the samples were collected daily and five days per week. A representative sample of the week was taken to measure the presence and percentages of fatty acids by GC mass. The results of fatty acids for the mother sample for the period less than six months were shows (Capric, Lauric, Myristic, Palmitic, Palmitoleic, Stearic, Oleic, Linoleic and Margaric acid 1.41, 1.49, 0.86, 2.59, 0.85, 0.64, 9.09, 10 …

Authors

MA Aldhalemi,AA Aldhalemi,RS Al-Mosawi

Journal

IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science

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IOP Publishing

Publish Date

2019/11/1

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