Abdalla Hassan Hussein Ali

Abdalla Hassan Hussein Ali

South Valley University

H-index: 9

Africa-Zambia

About Abdalla Hassan Hussein Ali

Abdalla Hassan Hussein Ali, With an exceptional h-index of 9 and a recent h-index of 7 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at South Valley University, specializes in the field of Poultry physiology.

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

Rift Valley Fever: Insights into Abortive and Zoonotic Disease

Epidemiology of giardia and cryptosporidium in dogs and cats from Faisalabad, Pakistan. Agrobiological Records 14: 7-13

Effect of Nano-zinc oxide on productive performance, nutrient digestibility, some blood biochemistry of broilers–a review.

Salahuddin; Alamri, MA; Ahsan, MF; Ahsan, MJ Synthesis and Anticancer Evaluation of 4-Chloro-2-((5-aryl-1, 3, 4-oxadiazol-2-yl) amino) phenol Analogues: An Insight into …

Chances of cancer in veterinarians due to zoonotic cases

Evaluation of radish genotypes with special study on sowing geometry at agricultural research institute, Tarnab, Peshawar

RESEARCH ARTICLE Steroids from Diplazium esculentum: Antiplasmodial activity and molecular docking studies to investigate their binding modes

Productive performance and physiological responses of growing rabbits fed diets supplemented with different levels of neem leaves and oil-a review

Abdalla Hassan Hussein Ali Information

University

South Valley University

Position

LecturerDrpartment of Animal and Poultry ProductionFaculty of Agriculture.

Citations(all)

293

Citations(since 2020)

201

Cited By

308

hIndex(all)

9

hIndex(since 2020)

7

i10Index(all)

9

i10Index(since 2020)

7

Email

University Profile Page

South Valley University

Abdalla Hassan Hussein Ali Skills & Research Interests

Poultry physiology

Top articles of Abdalla Hassan Hussein Ali

Rift Valley Fever: Insights into Abortive and Zoonotic Disease

Authors

H Ali,A Ali,Z Umer,A Numan,H Ali,MT Adil,U Ashraf,HH Khan,H Jamil,S Umer

Journal

Zoonosis, Unique Scientific Publishers, Faisalabad, Pakistan

Published Date

2023

RVFV, also known as the Rift Valley fever virus (genus Phlebovirus family Phenuiviridae), is an arbovirus infection that causes Rift Valley fever (RVF). Whenever RVFV shows up, it spreads epidemics among the local population and causes epizootics in livestock. Animals and people in Africa and the Arabian Peninsula have been affected by RVF, a disease spread by mosquitoes and caused by the RVFV. In RVF epidemics, animals contract the virus through mosquito bites, leading to substantial viral amplification and spread to nearby regions through livestock movement and mosquito migration. Following animal slaughter or the handling of embryonic materials, direct contact with infected animals or mosquito bites are the subsequent ways in which the virus is transmitted to humans. Real-time polymerase chain reaction (RTPCR) reverse transcription can be used to identify RVFV. The most common symptom of RVF in pregnant animals is an abrupt, violent abortion. Animals with the virus may have up to 100% abortion rates because it directly targets the developing embryo. In young animals, the mortality rate can reach 100%. When this disease progresses from apparent to acute, it causes fever, weakness, and bloody diarrhea in adults, but it causes fever, loss of appetite, and death in young animals. RVFV infections in humans usually show no symptoms at all and go away on their own. After an incubation period of 4-6 days, symptoms of RVF, including fever, chills, fragility, headache, and joint and muscular pain, become apparent. An almost simultaneous, marked increase in the number of abortions performed on pregnant ruminants is the …

Epidemiology of giardia and cryptosporidium in dogs and cats from Faisalabad, Pakistan. Agrobiological Records 14: 7-13

Authors

MAS Mughal,MK Khan,A Ali,T Bari,F Saleem,M Ahsan,A Azeem,M Latif,S Akram,I Ullah,HR Bajwa

Published Date

2023/4

Gastrointestinal (GI) parasites are common across the globe, particularly in underdeveloped and developing countries. The incidence of these parasites is high in semi-urban and rural settings. Giardia and Cryptosporidium are two main intestinal parasites that infect humans and domestic and wild animals. Dogs and cats play an important role as reservoir hosts in transmitting these parasites to other hosts. There is a lack of published information on molecular research in Pakistan that examines the incidence of these parasites in cats and dogs and associated risk factors. Using a simple random sampling procedure, 384 fecal samples were obtained from cats and dogs in four towns in the District of Faisalabad (as defined by an epidemiological sample size calculation algorithm). Data on the related risk variables of GI protozoal infections were acquired using a pre-designed questionnaire with closed-ended questions. Centrifugal flotation was used to extract parasitic oocysts from feces. From isolated parasite oocysts, DNA was extracted. Genus-specific primers (18S rRNA gene) were used for PCR analysis. Giardia spp. was found to be present in 35 of the total samples, with a prevalence rate of 9.11%, while Cryptosporidium spp. was found to be present in 15 of the total samples, with a prevalence rate of 3.91%. Lyallpur town has the greatest frequency of Giardia spp., 12.22% followed by Iqbal town 10.11%, Madina town 8.42%, and Jinnah town 6.36%. Similarly, Lyallpur town has the greatest incidence of Cryptosporidium spp., followed by Jinnah town, Iqbal town, and Madina town (5.56, 3.64, 3.37, and 3.16%, respectively). Animals less than a …

Effect of Nano-zinc oxide on productive performance, nutrient digestibility, some blood biochemistry of broilers–a review.

Authors

Abd El-Hafez,AHH Ali,HAM Elwan,AAA Abdel-Wareth

Published Date

2023/4/1

Zinc oxide nanoparticles are mineral salts with particle sizes ranging from 1 to 100 nm. Through the use of nanotechnology, nanoparticles, which have been discovered to have several novel properties different from those of bulk materials or commercial salts of these minerals, can be used as a supplemental source of trace minerals in diets. Feed additives such as trace mineral nanoparticles play an active role in poultry production productivity. Zinc is a trace element that improves broiler growth performance and meat quality. Furthermore, zinc can benefit animals in a variety of ways, including antioxidant, protein synthesis, glandular development, carbohydrate metabolism, and production performance, in addition to acting as a cofactor in over 300 metalloenzymes. Broilers fed a zinc-rich diet showed an improvement in immune response. This study aimed to provide an overview of nano-Zno's impact on broilers' productive performance.

Salahuddin; Alamri, MA; Ahsan, MF; Ahsan, MJ Synthesis and Anticancer Evaluation of 4-Chloro-2-((5-aryl-1, 3, 4-oxadiazol-2-yl) amino) phenol Analogues: An Insight into …

Authors

O Afzal,A Ali,A Ali,ASA Altamimi,MA Alossaimi,MA Bakht

Journal

Molecules

Published Date

2023

We report herein the synthesis, docking studies and biological evaluation of a series of new 4-chloro-2-((5-aryl-1, 3, 4-oxadiazol-2-yl) amino) phenol analogues (6a-h). The new compounds were designed based on the oxadiazole-linked aryl core of tubulin inhibitors of IMC-038525 and IMC-094332, prepared in five steps and further characterized via spectral analyses. The anticancer activity of the compounds was assessed against several cancer cell lines belonging to nine different panels as per National Cancer Institute (NCI US) protocol. 4-Chloro-2-((5-(3, 4, 5-trimethoxyphenyl)-1, 3, 4-oxadiazol-2-yl) amino) phenol (6h) demonstrated significant anticancer activity against SNB-19 (PGI= 65.12), NCI-H460 (PGI= 55.61), and SNB-75 (PGI= 54.68) at 10 µM. The compounds were subjected to molecular docking studies against the active site of the tubulin–combretastatin A4 complex (PDB ID: 5LYJ); they displayed efficient binding and ligand 4h (with docking score=− 8.030 kcal/mol) lay within the hydrophobic cavity surrounded by important residues Leu252, Ala250, Leu248, Leu242, Cys241, Val238, Ile318, Ala317, and Ala316. Furthermore, the antibacterial activity of some of the compounds was found to be promising. 4-Chloro-2-((5-(4-nitrophenyl)-1, 3, 4-oxadiazol-2-yl) amino) phenol (6c) displayed the most promising antibacterial activity against both Gram-negative as well as Gram-positive bacteria with MICs of 8 µg/mL and a zone of inhibition ranging from 17.0±0.40 to 17.0±0.15 mm at 200 µg/mL; however, the standard drug ciprofloxacin exhibited antibacterial activity with MIC values of 4 µg/mL.

Chances of cancer in veterinarians due to zoonotic cases

Authors

R Asrar,S Yousaf,A Ali,T Bari,A Aslam,SZ-Eh Naqvi,A Rafay

Journal

Zoonosis, Unique Scientific Publishers, Faisalabad, Pakistan

Published Date

2023

Zoonosis, an infectious disease transmitted from animals to humans, are inherent occupational hazard in veterinary practice. The potential correlation between the incidence of cancer and the occupational exposure of veterinarians to zoonosis has been discussed. While the risks associated with zoonotic infections have been extensively studied, there is a limited understanding of the potential long-term health consequences for veterinarians, particularly concerning cancer development. The research employs a retrospective cohort design, utilizing health records and occupational histories of veterinarians over an extended period. By analyzing data from diverse veterinary settings, including small and large animal practices, research laboratories, and wildlife rehabilitation centers, this study aims to identify patterns and trends in cancer occurrence among this unique occupational group. Furthermore, the investigation delves into specific zoonotic agents veterinarians may encounter during their professional activities, such as bacteria, viruses, and parasites, and assesses their potential carcinogenic effects. Factors such as duration of exposure, protective measures, and individual susceptibility will be considered in the analysis to provide a comprehensive evaluation of the relationship between occupational exposure to zoonotic agents and the likelihood of developing cancer. The findings of this study could have significant implications for veterinary occupational health and safety practices. Understanding the potential risks veterinarians face in their daily interactions with animals and zoonotic agents may lead to the development of targeted …

Evaluation of radish genotypes with special study on sowing geometry at agricultural research institute, Tarnab, Peshawar

Authors

SM Khan,A Ali,I Hussain

Journal

Hort Int J Med

Published Date

2022

The research was carried out on the “Evaluation of Radish genotypes with special study on sowing geometry at Agricultural Research Institute, Tarnab Peshawar”. The experiment was laid out in randomized complete block design having three replications. The experiment comprised with two factors, one was sowing dates (19th Oct., 4th., Nov., and 19th Nov) and the other was different genotypes (Mino, Local Red and Local White). The data were recorded on Days to germination, Germination (%), Days to edible maturity, Number of leaves plant-1, Leaf length plant-1 (cm), Root length plant-1 (cm), Root diameter plant-1 (cm), root fresh weight (g), Plot weight (kg) and yield (t ha-1). Sowing dates significantly affected all yield parameters. Sowing of radish on 19th October has more number of Leaves (17.44 leaves) plant-1, Leaf length plant (22.611 cm), root length plant-1 (24.058 cm), root diameter plant-1 (3.12 cm) fresh root weight (503.95 g), the maximum plot weight (50.90 kg plot-1) and higher yield (62.36 t ha-1) was observed whereas the crop sown on 19th November showed the minimum days to germination (8.88 days), germination percentage (96.88%) and minimum days to maturity (53 days). Among genotypes Mino take minimum days to germinate (8.22 days), maximum germination percentage (99.22), minimum days to maturity (52.778), maximum number of leaves (19.44 leaves), leaf length (23.422 cm), greater root length (24.588 cm), maximum root diameter (3.53 cm), higher root fresh weight (536.62 g), higher weight per plot (52.22 kg) and maximum yield (63.54 t ha-1). The results emphasized that the suitable time of sowing for Mino …

RESEARCH ARTICLE Steroids from Diplazium esculentum: Antiplasmodial activity and molecular docking studies to investigate their binding modes

Authors

HF Safar,AH Ali,NH Zakaria,N Kamal,NI Hassan,HK Agustar,N Talip,J Latip

Journal

Tropical Biomedicine

Published Date

2022

Malaria is an infectious disease that caused mortalities and morbidities worldwide. Increasing malaria-related deaths, especially in the tropics in recent years, are primarily associated with the most virulent P. falciparum infection (WHO, 2021). The alarming morbidity is attributed mainly to the development of parasite resistance towards antimalarial agents, including artemisinin, the current front-line drug against the disease (Ouji et al., 2018). The emergence of artemisinin resistance cases in the Greater Mekong regions urged a serious strategy to be taken to curb the transmission of the disease to other neighbouring countries (Imwong et al., 2017). The most effective means to prevent mortality and morbidity due to the resistant parasite infection is through chemotherapeutics since there is no fully licensed vaccine has been developed for malaria so far. Therapeutics for malaria derived from plants have high efficacy, and availability, low cost, and are generally safe for human consumption. Medicinal plants have been widely used to reduce malarial infections and symptoms for a long time, for example

Productive performance and physiological responses of growing rabbits fed diets supplemented with different levels of neem leaves and oil-a review

Authors

AS Morsy,M Hassan Amal,KRS Emam

Published Date

2012

The aim of this study is to determine the productive performance and physiological responses for three strains of chicks (Matrouh, White Leghorn and Baheij) that drinking saline water during the growing period and know their ability to tolerate water salinity. 1440 sexed one-day-old chicks of each strain i.e. Matrouh, White Leghorn and Baheij (720 females and 720 males) were used. Chicks were divided into six equal groups (240 chicks of each). The experimental period was 12 weeks, all groups drank well-saline water (total dissolved solids 6016 ppm). Regarding effect of strain, results showed that liveweights (LW) at 4 and 8 weeks of White Leghorn chick was heavier than that of Baheij and Matrouh chicks. However, BW at 12 weeks of Matrouh chicks was higher than White Leghorn and Baheij chicks. Liveweight gain (LWG) during the period from 0-4 weeks of White Leghorn chicks was higher than Baheij …

RESEARCH ARTICLE Medicinal plants with antimalarial activities mediated via glycogen synthase kinase-3 beta (GSK3β) inhibition

Authors

WRM Hassan,AH Ali,R Basir,N Embi,HM Sidek

Published Date

2022

Many of the therapeutic effects of plant extracts and bioactive compounds appear related to their immunomodulatory effects and impact on the host immune system. The immune response is desirable to mitigate established infections and, in the case of severe malaria, is a feasible approach to dealing with the overwhelming cytokine response. Glycogen synthase kinase-3 (GSK3), a Ser/Thr kinase that is a central regulator of the cytokine response, is a promising antimalarial drug target. In this review, we discussed our ongoing research projects, which include assessing the antimalarial activities of medicinal plants and their bioactive compounds, immunomodulatory activities mediated by GSK3, and the potential inflammatory pathway involved in malarial infection.

Salahuddin. Synthesis, DFT Analyses, Antiproliferative Activity, and Molecular Docking Studies of Curcumin Analogues. Plants 2022, 11, 2835

Authors

MJ Ahsan,K Choudhary,A Ali,A Ali,F Azam,AH Almalki,EY Santali,MA Bakht,A Tahir

Published Date

2022

With 19.3 million new cases and almost 10 million deaths in 2020, cancer has become a leading cause of death today. Curcumin and its analogues were found to have promising anticancer activity. Inspired by curcumin’s promising anticancer activity, we prepared three semi-synthetic analogues by chemically modifying the diketone function of curcumin to its pyrazole counterpart. The curcumin analogues (3a–c) were synthesized by two different methods, followed by their DFT analyses to study the HOMO/LUMO configuration to access the stability of compounds (AE= 3.55 to 3.35 eV). The curcumin analogues (3a–c) were tested for antiproliferative activity against a total of five dozen cancer cell lines in a single (10 µM) and five dose (0.001 to 100 µM) assays. 3, 5-Bis (4-hydroxy-3-methoxystyryl)-1H-pyrazole-1-yl-(phenoxy) ethanone (3b) and 3, 5-bis (4-hydroxy-3-methoxystyryl)-1H-pyrazole-1-yl-(2, 4-dichlorophenoxy) ethanone (3c) demonstrated the most promising antiproliferative activity against the cancer cell lines with growth inhibitions of 92.41% and 87.28%, respectively, in a high single dose of 10 µM and exhibited good antiproliferative activity (% GIs> 68%) against 54 out of 56 cancer cell lines and 54 out of 60 cell lines, respectively. The compound 3b and 3c demonstrated the most potent antiproliferative activity in a 5-dose assay with GI50 values ranging between 0.281 and 5.59 µM and 0.39 and 0.196 and 3.07 µM, respectively. The compound 3b demonstrated moderate selectivity against a leukemia panel with a selectivity ratio of 4.59. The HOMO-LUMO energy-gap (AE) of the compounds in the order of 3a> 3b> 3c, was found to be in …

Selenium nanoparticles in rabbit nutrition. a review

Authors

Asmaa SN Kassim,AHH Ali,Taghreed A Marwan,AAA Abdel-Wareth

Published Date

2022/1/1

The ability of the animal gut to absorb the trace elements and other nutrients, therefore, improving the growth performance of animals. Nanoparticles of Selenium (Nano-Se) promote growth performance of rabbits and it can act as antioxidants, antibacterial agents, improving the immunity system of the rabbits. Moreover, Se is one of the critical nutritional factors necessary for the normal functioning of the immune system and maintenance of gut health, growth, and organ functions. Numerous studies have demonstrated that a deficiency in Se could lead to serious disruptions in animal performances such as growth, digestion, liver damage, pancreatic fibrosis, cystic ovaries, and thyroid metabolism dysfunction. Furthermore, sufficient Se supplementation in rabbits tends to maintain good health and productive performance. The levels of Se in the rabbit diets vary widely according to dietary ingredients and selenium supplementation, ranging from 0.05 to 2.0 mg/kg diet. Since there are almost unlimited possibilities concerning the dosage of Se there is still more research needed. This review gives an overview of the mode of action, recommendation levels of Nano-Se, and their effects on growth performance, nutrient digestibility, carcass criteria and blood biochemical of rabbits.

FOLLICULAR THYROID CARCINOMA: A RARE CASE OF MANDIBULAR METASTASIS.

Authors

S Ahmed,R Usmani,AH Shaikh,U Ashraf,N Iqbal,S Jamil,A Ali

Journal

International Journal of Clinical Dentistry

Published Date

2022/1/1

Introduction: Follicular thyroid carcinoma with mandibular metastasis is an exceedingly rare condition (21 cases worldwide). A case of follicular thyroid carcinoma diagnosed due to mandibular metastasis is presented here. Metastatic maxillofacial tumours comprise 1–2% of all maxillofacial cancers; < 60 cases of well differentiated thyroid malignancies with bony metastasis to the maxillofacial region are known. Metastasis from Follicular Carcinoma of the Thyroid, the second most common thyroid malignancy, rarely involves structures beyond the mediastinum, with only 21 cases of mandibular metastasis described in the literature. It is imperative for clinicians to be vigilant as these cases present a rare clinical challenge in terms of diagnosis as well as management. Conclusion: This case highlights the importance of considering thyroid metastasis in the differential diagnosis of any mandibular pathology with clinical …

Salahuddin Chemical Modification of Curcumin into Its Semi-Synthetic Analogs Bearing Pyrimidinone Moiety as Anticancer Agents. Plants 2022, 11, 2737

Authors

O Afzal,M Yusuf,MJ Ahsan,ASA Altamimi,MA Bakht,A Ali

Published Date

2022

Natural products (NPs) continue to provide a structural template for the design of novel therapeutic agents and expedite the drug discovery process. The majority of FDA-approved pharmaceuticals used in medical practice can be traced back to natural sources, and NPs play a significant role in drug development. Curcumin, one of the most well-studied chemicals among the NPs, is currently the subject of intense investigation for its biological effects, including the prevention and treatment of cancer. Cancer has overtaken all other causes of death in the world today, with 19.3 million new cases and nearly 10 million deaths predicted in 2020. In the present investigation, we reported the synthesis of three semi-synthetic analogues of curcumin-bearing pyrimidinone moiety by the chemical modification of the diketone function (s predicted in 2020. In the pre analogues of curcumin-bea e function (

Detection of NDM and OXA-48 Resistant Genes in Acinetobacter Baumannii Isolated FromIntensive Care Units’ Patients Clinical Samples in Khartoum State

Authors

GEA El-Makki,AH Ali,BMT Gorish,LA Kaddam

Published Date

2021/6/11

Background:Acinetobacter baumannii is an opportunistic bacterial pathogen with intrinsic and acquired resistance to many antibiotics causing high rates of morbidity and mortality. This study was aimed to detect MDR Acinetobacter baumannii and its resistant genes (bla NDM, bla OXA48) from clinical isolates in Khartoum state.Method:A cross sectional hospital-based study was done during the period fromApril to July 2019. A total of 50 clinical isolates were obtained from samples of patients in intensive care units (ICUs) for the purpose of molecular confirming of A. baumannii and detecting NDM and OXA-48 resistance genes by usingconventional PCR.Results:Out of 50 isolates investigated PCR was confirmed 47 (94%) as A. baumannii isolates, while 3 (6%) isolates were appeared to be other species. Moreover, the 47 A. baumannii isolates were examined for the presences of resistant genes and the result showed that NDM gene was detected in 2 isolates (4.3%) and OXA-48 gene was detected in only one isolate (2.1%).Conclusion:There is low prevalence of NDM and OXA-48 Resistant Genes among ICUs A. baumannii isolates. However, continuous regional antimicrobial resistance surveillance and improved infection control measures are required in Khartoum hospitals ICUs to prevent further dissemination.

Infection with the Avian

Authors

MH Houta,OO Awe,A Ali

Published Date

2021

Turkey coronavirus (TCoV) is a Gammacoronavirus causing acute contagious enteritis in young turkeys, leading to impaired growth, low feed conversion, and increased mortality. The TCoV infections, in association/combination with other enteropathogenic viruses, bacteria and protozoa, are associated with poult enteritis-mortality syndrome (PEMS) in turkeys of 1-4 weeks age. In this review, classification and genotyping of TCoV, the implications of its recombination, and challenges to develop efficient vaccines against are discussed. Though TCoV is monophyletic with infectious bronchitis virus (IBV) with a sequence similarity of⩾ 86, however a classification scheme gathering all avian coronaviruses

Abundance of anuran parasites and pesticide pollution from lowland and highland golf courses

Authors

HK Agustar,KM Jansar,AH Ali,NFA Ghani

Journal

Journal of Environmental Biology

Published Date

2021/5/1

The amphibian population is important in the ecosystem to maintain a stable environment. Amphibians like frogs control the insect population and are indicators of quality of the surrounding environment (Bernardo-Cravo et al., 2020; Rahman and Shakinah, 2015). Amphibians are sensitive to environmental changes in both terrestrial and aquatic habitats because they have highly semi-permeable skins and different life-cycle stages (Alford and Richards, 1999). If there are many frogs in an area, it shows a healthy environment which a frog die-off indicates a problem with the water, air or soil in their habitat. Unfortunately, the population of frog is declining at a rapid rate throughout the world (Ceballos et al., 2017; Collins and Storfer, 2003). About 40% of global amphibian populations are declining due to dwindling habitats and a rise in infectious diseases. Several factors have contributed to the rapid decline in the frog population, including diseases caused by pesticide pollution, parasites and habitat loss (Blaustein et al., 2018; Hayes et al., 2010). Pesticides exposure might weaken the immune system (Brown et al., 2021; Rohr et al., 2008) and cause limb malformations in frogs (Kiesecker, 2002). According to Sparling and Fellars (2009), exposure to chlorpyrifos and endosulfan poses a serious risk to amphibians in the Sierra Nevada mountains, as these insecticides affect acetylcholinesterase activity in amphibians. However, Bradford et al.(2011) did not support the hypothesis that pesticides have contributed to the population decline of Rana muscosa and R. sierrae in the Sierra Nevada mountains. Besides pesticide contamination, pathogenic …

Antifungal activity of natural essential oils against molds and yeasts associated with respiratory problems in broiler chickens

Authors

AH Abed,IA Radwan,MMA El-Aziz,A Ali

Journal

Adv. Anim. Vet. Sci

Published Date

2021

In recent years, essential oils (EOs) have been investigated for their antifungal activity which could predict therapeutic benefits for fungal diseases as an excellent alternative for the chemical medication. In this study, the antifungal activity of different concentrations (0.05, 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, and 0.5%) of thyme, anise, and cinnamon EOs was performed against of 51 fungal isolates (36 molds and 15 yeasts) recovered from broiler chickens using the agar dilution method. Thyme oil inhibited the growth of all tested isolates at concentrations of 0.5, 0.3, and 0.2% while concentration of 0.1% inhibited the growth of 100% of A. niger and C. albicans isolates as well as 40 and 81.2% of A. flavus and A. fumigatus isolates, respectively. Cinnamon oil inhibited the growth of all tested isolates except at 0.05% concentration which inhibited only 40, 20, 62.5 and 86.7% of A. niger, A. flavus, A. fumigatus, and C. albicans isolates, respectively. The anise oil had the lowest activity and 0.5% concentration only inhibited completely the fungal growth. Additionally, 8 isolates were selected and subjected to the Internal Transcribed Spacer (ITS) gene-based PCR, sequencing, and comparative sequence analyses. PCR results confirmed the morphotypic identification of fungal isolates and all the selected isolates possessed the ITS gene. Phylogenetic and sequence analysis showed that A. niger, A. fumigatus, and C. albicans avian isolates are closely related to human fungal isolates including those causing respiratory affection and recently reported emerging azole-resistant fungi. However, A. flavus isolates were related to toxic aflatoxins producing fungi. The current study …

Functional yoghurt beverages fortified with different sorts of carrot products

Authors

SA Khalifa,Hend A Elakkad,AH Ali

Journal

Journal of Food and Dairy Sciences

Published Date

2021/4/1

In this study, functional yoghurt beverages were fortified with different sorts of carrot products including of 5% fresh carrot pulp (FCP), carrot treated with instant controlled pressure drop (CDIC), and carrot treated with conventional hot air drying (CHAD). The different treatments were analyzed for physicochemical, rheological, microbiological, and organoleptic properties when fresh and after 10 and 20 days of storage at 4±1 °C. Total solids, protein, fat, and ash contents were found to be higher in carrot-yoghurt beverages as compared to the control. In addition, there was a gradual decrease in total phenolic contents and antioxidant activities during storage period. Furthermore, the treatments supplemented with CDIC and CHAD exhibited higher water holding capacity. The addition of carrot products had a positive impact on the starter culture bacteria. The viable probiotic cell count throughout the product shelf-life was above the minimum count required in a probiotic product (more than log 6 CFU/g) for treatments containing CDIC and CHAD. However, CDIC and FCP gained the highest scores for the overall sensory attributes.

Impact of Functional Stirred Low Fat Yoghurt Supplemented With Spirulina platensis Powder on Some Quality Characteristics and Therapeutic Effects In Vivo

Authors

Abd El-Sattar,Nehal A Ghafar,AH Ali

Journal

Journal of Food and Dairy Sciences

Published Date

2021/4/1

Yoghurt is one of the most consumed healthy and nutritious foods worldwide. Nutrition-related diseases are regularly found in developed or underdeveloped countries, wherein enriched dairy products can dramatically reduce the risk of these diseases. Spirulina platensis powder (SPP) is considered a good source of bioactive compounds exhibiting high antioxidant properties. In the present research, physicochemical and nutritional attributes of yoghurt supplemented with 0.5, 1, and 2% of SPP were investigated. The results showed that the addition of SPP decreased coagulation time, syneresis, and pH values. The supplementation with SPP increased yoghurt acidity as lactic acid, total solids content, total protein, fat, and total volatile free fatty acids. Stirred yoghurt treatments containing 0.5% of SPP displayed higher sensory acceptability than other treatments. Furthermore, in vivo therapeutic effects of the produced yoghurt were evaluated. The results revealed that SPP-supplemented yoghurt provided a novel technological approach to manufacture a functional food exhibiting prevention effects to cardiovascular diseases and improved liver, kidney, and heart functions.

Dall’Est all’Ovest: ricostruzione filodinamica della storia della variante 2 del virus della bronchite infettiva aviare

Authors

G Franzo,M Legnardi,L Grassi,Mh Houta,Ke Hassan,Cm Tucciarone,As Abdel-Moneim,Aa El-Sawah,A Ali,M Cecchinato

Published Date

2021

Dall’Est all’Ovest: ricostruzione filodinamica della storia della variante 2 del virus della bronchite infettiva aviare IRIS IRIS Home Sfoglia Macrotipologie & tipologie Autore Titolo Riviste Serie IT Italiano Italiano English English LOGIN 1.IRIS 2.Catalogo Ricerca UNIPD 3.04 CONTRIBUTO IN ATTO DI CONVEGNO 4.04.01 - Contributo in atti di convegno Dall’Est all’Ovest: ricostruzione filodinamica della storia della variante 2 del virus della bronchite infettiva aviare Franzo G;Legnardi M;Grassi L; Tucciarone CM; Cecchinato M 2021 Scheda breve Scheda completa Scheda completa (DC) SFX Query Anno 2021 Titolo del Libro Atti VI Simposio SIPA – Società Italiana di Patologia Aviare, 19 Novembre 2021, Bologna, Italy Appare nelle tipologie: 04.01 - Contributo in atti di convegno File in questo prodotto: File Dimensione Formato OP ATTI SIPA VOLUME 2021 WEB.pdf accesso aperto Tipologia: Published (publisher's …

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Rift Valley Fever: Insights into Abortive and Zoonotic Disease

Epidemiology of giardia and cryptosporidium in dogs and cats from Faisalabad, Pakistan. Agrobiological Records 14: 7-13

Effect of Nano-zinc oxide on productive performance, nutrient digestibility, some blood biochemistry of broilers–a review.

Salahuddin; Alamri, MA; Ahsan, MF; Ahsan, MJ Synthesis and Anticancer Evaluation of 4-Chloro-2-((5-aryl-1, 3, 4-oxadiazol-2-yl) amino) phenol Analogues: An Insight into …

Chances of cancer in veterinarians due to zoonotic cases

Evaluation of radish genotypes with special study on sowing geometry at agricultural research institute, Tarnab, Peshawar

RESEARCH ARTICLE Steroids from Diplazium esculentum: Antiplasmodial activity and molecular docking studies to investigate their binding modes

Productive performance and physiological responses of growing rabbits fed diets supplemented with different levels of neem leaves and oil-a review

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The research interests of Abdalla Hassan Hussein Ali are: Poultry physiology

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