Abaysew Ayele

Abaysew Ayele

Sharda University

H-index: 3

Asia-India

About Abaysew Ayele

Abaysew Ayele, With an exceptional h-index of 3 and a recent h-index of 3 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Sharda University, specializes in the field of Bioinformatics, Genomics, Drug design, Nano Biotechnology.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Selection of conventional preservation technologies using analytical hierarchy process

SARS-CoV-2 genome variants epidemiology surveillance in Ethiopia and dynamic mutational changes of structural S Spike protein through computational analysis

Antimicrobial activity and mode of action of aspergillus terreus strain (MTCC9618) mediated biosynthesized silver nanoparticles-AgNPs against Staphylococcus aureus and …

Selection of Conventional Process Technologies using Fuzzy Analytical Hierarchy Process

COVID-2019 Genome Sequence Analysis: Phylogenetic Molecular Evolution and Docking of Structural Modelling of Receptor Binding Domain of S Protein in Active Site of ACE2

Prevalence of bovine gastro intestinal parasitic infection in and around Kombolcha town

Finding best exotic breed proportion in crossbred lactating sheep kept under farmers’ conditions in Ethiopia determined by use of nested Legendre polynomials with limited data

Assessment on ocular problems of cart donkey in and around Wolaita Sodo, southern Ethiopia

Abaysew Ayele Information

University

Sharda University

Position

; Innovation Technology Research Institute

Citations(all)

37

Citations(since 2020)

37

Cited By

4

hIndex(all)

3

hIndex(since 2020)

3

i10Index(all)

1

i10Index(since 2020)

1

Email

University Profile Page

Sharda University

Abaysew Ayele Skills & Research Interests

Bioinformatics

Genomics

Drug design

Nano Biotechnology

Top articles of Abaysew Ayele

Selection of conventional preservation technologies using analytical hierarchy process

Authors

Hailemariam Gebru,Baba Abdissa,Betelhem Addis,Sisay Alebachew,Abaysew Ayele

Journal

OPSEARCH

Published Date

2023/3

Vegetable crop quality loss commences right along the route of harvesting, transportation, storage, and delivery to consumers. Despite the huge postharvest loss of horticultural crops recorded, no reports have been disclosed on alternative preservation technologies in Ethiopia. Herein, an analytical hierarchy process was employed to select the best food preservation technology. Pairwise comparison of the criteria with respect to the goal was performed based on the suggestion’s food technology experts. Considering the economic feasibility and personal skill, fermentation (29.0%) took the greatest weight followed by the hot water treatment technique (27.3%). Likewise, those techniques for tomato preservation in different ways like solar dryer, cold house storage, and modified atmosphere packaging account for 20.7%, 15.6%, and 7.3% respectively. This finding would serve as input data for small to large holding …

SARS-CoV-2 genome variants epidemiology surveillance in Ethiopia and dynamic mutational changes of structural S Spike protein through computational analysis

Authors

Ayele Abaysew Flifl,Rita Majumdar Singh,Yohannes Sitotaw,Tesfaye Adisu Tarekegn

Published Date

2021/7/12

Objective: This study aims to identify the variants of SARS-CoV-2 that were circulating in Ethiopia and spot dynamic mutational changes of spike antigenicity based on genome data analysis to put forward preventative measurement against pandemic.Results: The SARS-CoV-2 genomes from Ethiopia were confirmed to be evolutionary related to RaTG13 and SL-bat coronavirus and Spike receptor sites were conserved. The clade distribution of the genome was reflected as GH, GR and other O and intended for new variants. 3 female samples were detected as Variants of Interest VUI202012/01GRY B. 1.1. 7 which Pango linage B. 1.1. 7 was originated from the UK. Despite 21 notable mutations, 71% D614G, 28% D614X, 35% N501Y and 21% NSP5-S284G mutation occurred predominantly in our genome samples and could have antigenicity and infectivity effects. Mutation on N440K was perceived as antigenic-drift in a sample and potency resist SER-52 antibody neutralization and vaccine escape.

Antimicrobial activity and mode of action of aspergillus terreus strain (MTCC9618) mediated biosynthesized silver nanoparticles-AgNPs against Staphylococcus aureus and …

Authors

Abaysew Ayele Flifl,Rita Mujumdar Singh

Journal

International Journal of Nanoscience

Published Date

2021/8/27

Fungal approaches bio-synthesis of silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) have been given attention because of their cost effectiveness and environment friendliness. Therefore, fungal Aspergillus terreus (MTCC 9618) intermediated biosynthesis of AgNPs was conducted, and the SEM, EDS and XRD reports confirmed the synthesis of well-organized, structured and stabilized AgNPs. Antimicrobial efficacy of disk diffusion assay of AgNPs (10, 20 and 30g/ml) dosage was confirmed against Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli and found that has bactericidal effects against both strains. Broth assay was also confirmed through LB broth media and colony forming units (CFU) which defined that biosynthesized AgNPs had much potential effect against gram negative (ve) than gram positive (ve) due to its peptidoglycan thickness. AgNPs had adverse mode of action on both bacterial strains and resulting was found …

Selection of Conventional Process Technologies using Fuzzy Analytical Hierarchy Process

Authors

Baba Abdissa Fufa,Hailemariam Gebru,Bethlehem Addis,Sisay Alebachew,Abaysew Ayele

Published Date

2021/8/13

Vegetable crops quality lose commences right along the rout of harvesting, transportation, storage, and delivery to consumers. A pairwise comparison of the criteria with respect to the goal was performed based on the food technology experts’ suggestions. Considering the economic feasibility and personal skill, fermentation (29.0%) taken greatest weight followed by hot water treatment technique (27.3%). Likewise, those techniques for tomato preservation in different ways like solar dryer (SD), cold house storage (CHS), and modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) account 20.7%, 15.6% and 7.3% respectively. This research finding could benefit small to large holding farmers, retailers and investors intended to work on tomato processing sector for supporting the sustainable development intent.

COVID-2019 Genome Sequence Analysis: Phylogenetic Molecular Evolution and Docking of Structural Modelling of Receptor Binding Domain of S Protein in Active Site of ACE2

Authors

Abaysew Ayele,Baba Abdissa,Dereje Taye,Bereket Yemane,Rita Singh Majumdar

Journal

Computational Molecular Bioscience

Published Date

2020/9/16

Meanwhile the outbreak of the Covid-19 since December, 2019 in China, it has killed more than a hundred thousand of people of all ages and sex across the globe in a short span of time. On the bases of this study the nearest family member of the virus and its receptor binding domain of S protein including its model structure and function of its active sites were naked through Multiple Sequence Alignment, modelling and molecular docking software accordingly its repository genome databases. The virus was genetically associated and molecular evolutionary related with (RaTG13) and it scores 96.12% homology with 99% query coverage followed by bat-SL-CoVZC45 and bat-SL-CoVZXC21 notch 89.12% and 88.65% respectively. However, SARS and MERS corona type virus those outbreak earlier respectively less likely family members of 2019-nCoV. Though the virus has a close genetic association with those previous SARS coronaviruses, and certainly the spike protein used as a binding receptor to fight against human receptor protein of ACE 2, but on the basis of FRODOC and HDOCK server analysis multi favorable active sites of S protein was discovered such GLN493 shown as a finest key in both model and possessed a unique traits on it resulting unexpected rate of transmission and number of people died while compared to the previous one. TYR500, ASN501, GLN498 and others residues preferably contemplate site also. In particular, the diversity of the virus in the world may be due to the genome structure of the virus and S gene changed over the time, across the world against to host of human genetic diversity, which may be more …

Prevalence of bovine gastro intestinal parasitic infection in and around Kombolcha town

Authors

Abraham AYELE,Murad ABAY,Mastewal BIRHAN,Muluken YAYEH,Maryie ERARA,Tilahun GESSESE,Addisu MOHAMMED,Gedefaw DEMOZE

Journal

Online Journal of Animal and Feed Research

Published Date

2020

A cross-sectional study was conducted in and around Kombolcha from October 2017 to April 2018 to determine the prevalence of gastro-intestinal helminthes parasites in cattle. A total of 384 randomly selected cattle were sampled and examined using standard coprological procedure. The overall prevalence was 39.8% of gastrointestinal (GI) helminthes and the prevalent helminthes eggs identified were 15.6% Paramphistomum species (spp), 10.4% strongly type eggs, 8.6% Fasciola spp., 3.1% Trichuris species and 2.1% Toxocaraspecies. This result indicated the highest prevalence of Paramphistomum spp. eggs than other helminthes egg and the lowest prevalence of Toxocara species egg. There was statistically significant difference among the age groups in paramphistomum and strongly infection (χ2= 24.960, p≤ 0.001) and (χ2= 17.047, p≤ 0.001) respectively. Higher prevalence rate was shown in 2-5 years age of cattle. Between body conditions there was also significant (p≤ 0.000 and p≤ 0.013) difference in paramphistomum and strongly and which was higher in moderate animals and lower in animals with good body condition. Sex had no significant effect on the prevalence of helminthes parasite, except for strongly type of egg. The present study revealed that there is high prevalence of GI helminthes infection in cattle in the study area. Therefore, strategic prevention should be advocated to prevent the problem in and around Kombolcha.

Finding best exotic breed proportion in crossbred lactating sheep kept under farmers’ conditions in Ethiopia determined by use of nested Legendre polynomials with limited data

Authors

WG Haile,S Banerjee,A Ayele,T Mestawet,G Klemetsdal,T Ådnøy

Journal

Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica, Section A—Animal Science

Published Date

2018/10/2

The present study was conducted to estimate milk production performance and fit lactation curves for groups of ewes of Local and of Awassi crosses, with a variable blood level, reared under farmer’s environment. The Weigh-Suckle-Weigh method plus hand milking was used to estimate milk yield for ewes. A total of 466 observations from 115 ewes were used. Estimated least-squares adjusted means for the milk production over 120 days were 0.56 kg day−1 (Local), 0.67 (<30% Awassi), 0.86 (30–50% Awassi), and 0.96 (>50% Awassi). Groups with 30–50% Awassi and >50% Awassi ewes produced significantly (p < 0.05) more milk than Local ewes. Significant differences were observed between <30% Awassi and >50% Awassi crossbred groups. The best crosses (>50% Awassi) produced over 70% more milk than the local ewes which demonstrates the potential that exists in increasing milk production through …

Assessment on ocular problems of cart donkey in and around Wolaita Sodo, southern Ethiopia

Authors

H Fesseha,A Ayele,E Goa

Journal

Austin Journal of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry

Published Date

2020

Ocular problems are frequent conditions in cart pulling donkeys. A crosssectional study was conducted from October 2018 to April 2019 in Wolaita Sodo city to assess ocular problems in cart pulling donkeys and associated risk factors. Accordingly, 384 randomly selected cart pulling Donkeys were examined. Out of the total, 40.7% of donkeys were suffering from ocular discharge due to improper harness than properly harnessed donkeys (11.5%). Among the different risk factors, 22.6% of the cart donkeys were affected with entropion and/or ectropion due to whipping and harness touch. According to the study, there was a statistically significant (p< 0.000) association between ocular discharge and traumatic wound. However, there is no significant (p> 0.05) association between factors like regular cleaning, whipping, working at night and working in the bush and keratoconjunctivitis. In addition, most of the respondents (85.7%) do not regularly clean the eyes of their donkeys. From identified ocular problems, a higher proportion (13.5%) of ocular discharge was found followed by a traumatic wound (7.6%) and cataract (6.3%). In conclusion, ocular problems were major health problems in cart pulling donkeys in the study area. Hence, comprehensive awareness creation on welfare and health management of donkeys should be designed to improve these problems.

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What is Abaysew Ayele's h-index at Sharda University?

The h-index of Abaysew Ayele has been 3 since 2020 and 3 in total.

What are Abaysew Ayele's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Selection of conventional preservation technologies using analytical hierarchy process

SARS-CoV-2 genome variants epidemiology surveillance in Ethiopia and dynamic mutational changes of structural S Spike protein through computational analysis

Antimicrobial activity and mode of action of aspergillus terreus strain (MTCC9618) mediated biosynthesized silver nanoparticles-AgNPs against Staphylococcus aureus and …

Selection of Conventional Process Technologies using Fuzzy Analytical Hierarchy Process

COVID-2019 Genome Sequence Analysis: Phylogenetic Molecular Evolution and Docking of Structural Modelling of Receptor Binding Domain of S Protein in Active Site of ACE2

Prevalence of bovine gastro intestinal parasitic infection in and around Kombolcha town

Finding best exotic breed proportion in crossbred lactating sheep kept under farmers’ conditions in Ethiopia determined by use of nested Legendre polynomials with limited data

Assessment on ocular problems of cart donkey in and around Wolaita Sodo, southern Ethiopia

are the top articles of Abaysew Ayele at Sharda University.

What are Abaysew Ayele's research interests?

The research interests of Abaysew Ayele are: Bioinformatics, Genomics, Drug design, Nano Biotechnology

What is Abaysew Ayele's total number of citations?

Abaysew Ayele has 37 citations in total.

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