Abdelwahab Alsenosy

Abdelwahab Alsenosy

Damanhour University

H-index: 9

Africa-Egypt

About Abdelwahab Alsenosy

Abdelwahab Alsenosy, With an exceptional h-index of 9 and a recent h-index of 9 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Damanhour University, specializes in the field of Biochemistry.

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

Diosgenin alleviates D-galactose-induced oxidative stress in rats’ brain and liver targeting aging and apoptotic marker genes

Rutin attenuates D-galactose-induced oxidative stress in rats’ brain and liver: molecular docking and experimental approaches

Rutin Attenuates Oxidative Stress Associated with Aging: Molecular Docking Study

Anthelmintic Efficacy and Pharmcodynamic Effects of Levamisole-Oxyclozanide Combination as (Levanide®) in Fattening Calves

Fructooligosaccharide supplementation boosts growth performance, antioxidant status, and cecal microbiota differently in two rabbit breeds

Vital role of garlic extract additive in cryopreservation and freezing of buffalo bulls sperm

Correction to: Vitamin D regulates insulin and ameliorates apoptosis and oxidative stress in pancreatic tissues of rats with streptozotocin‑induced diabetes

Vitamin D regulates insulin and ameliorates apoptosis and oxidative stress in pancreatic tissues of rats with streptozotocin-induced diabetes

Abdelwahab Alsenosy Information

University

Damanhour University

Position

Faculty of veterinary medicine

Citations(all)

253

Citations(since 2020)

248

Cited By

64

hIndex(all)

9

hIndex(since 2020)

9

i10Index(all)

9

i10Index(since 2020)

9

Email

University Profile Page

Damanhour University

Abdelwahab Alsenosy Skills & Research Interests

Biochemistry

Top articles of Abdelwahab Alsenosy

Diosgenin alleviates D-galactose-induced oxidative stress in rats’ brain and liver targeting aging and apoptotic marker genes

Authors

Ali H El-Far,Mona M Elghaity,Shymaa A Mohamed,Ahmed E Noreldin,Yaser HA Elewa,Soad Khalil Al Jaouni,Abdelwahab A Alsenosy

Journal

Frontiers in Molecular Biosciences

Published Date

2024/2/23

The theory of aging is primarily concerned with oxidative stress caused by an imbalance in reactive oxygen species generation and cellular antioxidants. To alleviate the oxidative stress, we investigated the protective effect of diosgenin (DSG) for D-galactose (D-gal) using 20 and 40 mg of DSG/kg/day/orally for 42 days. The findings showed that D-gal caused brain and liver oxidative injuries by upregulating aging and oxidative markers. To counteract the oxidative stress caused by D-gal, DSG upregulated glutathione peroxidase-1, superoxide dismutase-1, and glutathione S-transferase-α. DSG also diminished the expression of p53, p21, Bcl-2-associated X protein, caspase-3, and mammalian target of rapamycin in brain and liver, as well as the build-up of β-galactosidase. DSG, in a dose-dependent manner, decreased the oxidative aging effects of D-gal in brain and liver tissues through targeting of aging and apoptotic marker genes. Finally, it should be noted that consuming DSG supplements is a suggesting natural preventative agent that may counteract aging and preserve health through improvement of body antioxidant status and control aging associated inflammation and cellular apoptosis.

Rutin attenuates D-galactose-induced oxidative stress in rats’ brain and liver: molecular docking and experimental approaches

Authors

Shaimaa M Saafan,Shymaa A Mohamed,Ahmed E Noreldin,Fayza A El Tedawy,Yaser HA Elewa,Reda S Fadly,Soad Khalil Al Jaouni,H Ali,Abdelwahab A Alsenosy

Journal

Food & Function

Published Date

2023

Oxidative stress results from the imbalance between reactive oxygen species (ROS) production and antioxidant defence and is primarily involved in aging. The current study investigated the antioxidant activity of rutin in aging in rats induced by D-galactose (D-gal) for 42 days. Rutin was orally used at doses of 50 and 100 mg kg−1 daily. Results showed that D-gal induced oxidative alterations in the brain and liver recognized via upregulation of aging and oxidative markers. In contrast, rutin ameliorated the oxidative stress induced by D-gal by enhancing antioxidant markers such as superoxide dismutase-1, glutathione peroxidase-1, and glutathione S-transferase-α. Also, rutin significantly decreased the accumulation of β-galactosidase and reduced the expression of p53, p21, Bcl-2-associated X protein (Bax), caspase-3 (CASP3), and mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR) in brain and hepatic tissues. Rutin …

Rutin Attenuates Oxidative Stress Associated with Aging: Molecular Docking Study

Authors

Ali H El-Far,Shaimaa Mohamad Saafan,Shymaa A Mohamed,Fayza A El Tedawy,Abdelwahab A Alsenosy

Journal

Damanhour Journal of Veterinary Sciences

Published Date

2023/11/15

Aging is one of the major risk factors associated chronic diseases. Oxidative stress is one of the aging associated mechanisms induced by pro-oxidants. Oxidative stress is an imbalance between free radicals and antioxidants in body cells. In the current study, we investigated the molecular docking scores of rutin with aging associated biomarkers, including human β-galactosidase, caspase-8, caspase-9, caspase-3, phosphatidylinositol-4,5-bisphosphate 3-kinase catalytic subunit delta (PK3CD), phosphatidylinositol-4,5-bisphosphate 3-kinase catalytic subunit gamma (PK3CG), and RAC-alpha serine/threonine-protein kinase (AKT1). All proteins were retrieved from RCSB PDB database (https://www.rcsb.org/), while rutin three-dimensional structure was obtained from PubChem database (https://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/). The docking process was achieved by InstaDock software (https://instadock.webs.com/) and visualized by BIOVIA Discovery Studio Visualizer software. Rutin exhibited binding affinity (pKi) against AKT1, PK3CD, PK3CG, β-galactosidase, caspase-8, caspase-9, and caspase-3 of 7.85, 7.04, 6.89, 6.82, 5.94, 5.57, and 5.50, respectively. The obtained data revealed that rutin exhibited marked binding affinity to these biomarkers revealing its anti-aging potential.

Anthelmintic Efficacy and Pharmcodynamic Effects of Levamisole-Oxyclozanide Combination as (Levanide®) in Fattening Calves

Authors

Hawary S Ibrahiem,Abdelwahab A Alsenosy,Eman M El-Ktany,Emad B Ata,Osama Mohamed Abas

Journal

Egyptian Journal of Veterinary Sciences

Published Date

2023/11/1

Thirty calves of one-year old and body weight (BW. = ±152.5 kg) had been confirmed for presence of mixed infection of different internal parasites like Fasciola gigantica., Paramphistomum microbothrium., and (Trichostrongylidae spp.). These calves were used to evaluate the anthelmintic efficacy, growth performance, haemato-biochemical and serum antioxidant parameters of single oral administration of levanide® (levamisole (LEV)-oxyclozanide (OXY) combination as active principles) in a dose of 2.5 ml of the product /10 kg BW. The fecal egg count reduction test (FECRT) for the tested animals showed a significant (P<0.05) reduction in eggs per gram of feces for the examined parasites on 3rd day then on the 7th day post-treatment in comparison with pretreatment samples with a 100% anthelmintic efficacy. The growth parameters, and red blood corpuscle count (RBCs) were significantly (P<0.05) improved post-treatment compared to pretreatment measures. A slight reversible elevation of serum aspartate aminotransferase (AST) level was noticed on the third day to the 7th day after administration followed by a decrease in its activity till the end of the experiment. The total antioxidant capacity (TAC) was decreased from day 7 to the end of the trial; glutathione-S-transferase (GST) showed a slight decrease in activity after drugs administration followed by a marked rise (p < 0.05) in its activity on days 14 and 28. Accordingly, it could be concluded that administration of the LEV-OXY active principals combination is a successive, efficient and safe anthelmintic with minimal side effects that could help in increasing growth performance.

Fructooligosaccharide supplementation boosts growth performance, antioxidant status, and cecal microbiota differently in two rabbit breeds

Authors

Ayman H Abd El-Aziz,Mahmoud M Abo Ghanima,Walaa F Alsanie,Ahmed Gaber,Abd El-Wahab Alsenosy,Ahmed A Easa,Sherif A Moawed,Sayed Haidar Abbas Raza,Ahmed Elfadadny,Hany Abo Yossef,Wafaa M Ghoneem,Mustafa Shukry,Amin Omar Hendawy,Khalid Mahrose

Journal

Animals

Published Date

2022/6/13

Simple Summary Rapidly rising incomes are dependent on animal protein production and the worldwide demand for livestock. It is expected that moving towards more intensive production systems to sustain this increased demand will depend on growth promoters. Some growth promoters, such as prebiotics, might be considered alternative non-antibiotic feed supplementation as they enhance performance without any side effects on the consumer’s health. The present study inspected the influence of supplementation of β-fructan® (a commercial fructooligosaccharide; FOS) in the drinking water of growing rabbits on growth performance, carcass traits, hematological and biochemical indices, antioxidant status, and cecal microbiota of the NZW- and APRI-line rabbits (Animal Production Research Institute Line). FOS supplementation in rabbits enhanced growth carcass characteristics, significantly improving hematological parameters and antioxidant status, and minimized pathogenic Escherichia coli bacteria (from 3.45 in control groups to 2.89 and 2.24 (Log10 CFU g−1) in 0.5 mL and 1 mL FOS-treated rabbits, respectively. Abstract The present study examined the effects of fructooligosaccharide (FOS) supplementation in drinking water on the growth performance, carcass characteristics, hematological and biochemical parameters, antioxidant status, and cecal microbiota of New Zealand White (NZW) and APRI rabbits. A total of 180 male NZW and APRI rabbits (aged five weeks; average live body weight 700 ± 39 g) were divided into six groups (30 rabbits/group; 5 replicates/group) in a two × three factorial …

Vital role of garlic extract additive in cryopreservation and freezing of buffalo bulls sperm

Authors

EZ Eliraqy,BM Shafik,YS Hussein,AA Alsenosy,EA Abdallah,MF Saad

Journal

Adv. Anim. Vet. Sci

Published Date

2022

The preservation of sperm is critical to the effectiveness of assisted reproductive technologies in bovine. However, Plant extracts has lately appeared as a low-cost, it considers a natural source of chemicals for preserving, also enhancing activity of sperm during different period storage. Current paper gives an apprise on the usage of garlic (Allium sativum) extract as an alternative additive for sperm preservation in buffalo bulls at animal production research institute, Sakha, Kafr El-Sheikh Governorate, Egypt. The experimental protocol was designed as four groups (Control, G1, G2 and G3). Buffalo-bulls’ semen were exposed to different concentrations of garlic extract (0, 3, 6 and 9%, respectively) to evaluate the semen quality parameters after cooling and freezing process. Data obtained showed that, progressive motility, live spermatozoa and acrosome integrity% were higher (P< 0.05) in G1, G2 and G3 with reduced mortality percentage than control group after cooling process. In addition, a significantly increased (P< 0.05) of progressive motility, acrosome integrity and alive spermatozoa percentage in groups treated with different concentrations of garlic extract than control group. While both the abnormality and chromatin value were significantly lower (P< 0.05) in the groups treated with different concentrations of garlic extract than control group. Activity of glutathione peroxidase, activity of superoxide dismutase and alpha glucosidaseLysozyme elevated (P< 0.05) in G1, G2, G3 treated groups than control group. Different concentrations of garlic extract reduced the malondialdehyde than control. Finally, it can be concluded that garlic extract additive …

Correction to: Vitamin D regulates insulin and ameliorates apoptosis and oxidative stress in pancreatic tissues of rats with streptozotocin‑induced diabetes

Authors

Fatima El Zahra M Fathi,Kadry M Sadek,Asmaa F Khafaga,Abd Elwahab A Alsenosy,Hanan A Ghoneim,Sahar F Mahmoud,Mohamed M Zeweil

Journal

Environmental Science and Pollution Research

Published Date

2022/12

Correction to: Vitamin D regulates insulin and ameliorates apoptosis and oxidative stress in pancreatic tissues of rats with str Page 1 https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-022-22427-9 CORRECTION Correction to: Vitamin D regulates insulin and ameliorates apoptosis and oxidative stress in pancreatic tissues of rats with streptozotocin‑induced diabetes Fatima El Zahra M. Fathi1 · Kadry M. Sadek1 · Asmaa F. Khafaga2 · Abd Elwahab A. Alsenosy1 · Hanan A. Ghoneim3 · Sahar F. Mahmoud4 · Mohamed M. Zeweil1 © The Author(s) 2022 The original article can be found online at https:// doi. org/ 10. 1007/ s11356- 022- 22064-2. Ε Asmaa F. Khafaga asmaa.khafaga@alexu.edu.eg; soma_path2008@yahoo.com 1 Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Damanhur University, Damanhour 22516, Egypt 2 Department of Pathology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University, Edfina 22758, Egypt 3 …

Vitamin D regulates insulin and ameliorates apoptosis and oxidative stress in pancreatic tissues of rats with streptozotocin-induced diabetes

Authors

Fatima El Zahra M Fathi,Kadry M Sadek,Asmaa F Khafaga,Abdel Wahab Al Senosy,Hanan A Ghoniem,Sahar Fayez,Mohamed F Zeweil

Journal

Environmental Science and Pollution Research

Published Date

2022/12

This study was designed to evaluate the potential therapeutic efficacy of vitamin D (Vit D) in averting the harmful effects of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2D). Forty male Wistar rats were allotted into four groups: (1) the control, (2) Vit D, (3) streptozotocin (STZ), and (4) STZ + Vit D groups. Rats co-treated with Vit D had significantly (p < 0.05) decreased levels of cortisol; proinflammatory cytokines, including interleukin-6 (IL-6); and malondialdehyde (MDA). Meanwhile, the levels of insulin significantly (p < 0.05) increased, whereas the activity of the antioxidant system, including glutathione (GSH), superoxide dismutase (SOD), catalase, and total antioxidant capacity (TAC), significantly (p < 0.05) decreased. Histopathological examination revealed the destruction of beta cells in the islets of Langerhans in rats with diabetes. Meanwhile, immunoexpression revealed an increase in the immunoreactivity of caspase-3 …

Immune indicators, growth, hematological parameters, liver enzymes and kidney function of growing rabbits as affected by bee pollen and/or mannan-oligosaccharides

Authors

Saber Hassan,HI Habiba,AA Alsenosy

Journal

Journal of Animal and Poultry Production

Published Date

2022/9/1

In this study, we overviewed the influences of orally provided bee pollen (BPO) and Mannan-oligosaccharides (MOS) suspension on the biochemical, hematological and immunity parameters and antioxidant activity of growing rabbits. Rabbits of 35 days of age weight (751.8±68.8 g) were distributed into four groups (20 rabbits per group); control group; bee pollen (200 mg/kg BW), MOS (35 mg/kg BW) and a combination group (BPO+MOS) for eight weeks. MOS treated group with significantly increased PCV in comparison with BPO and BPO with MOS. Group treated with combination BPO with MOS had the highest WBCs in comparison with the other treatments and control. The treated rabbits with MOS significantly increased glucose levels, while the means of cholesterol significantly decreased less than the control group. BPO and MOS had a significantly higher T3 hormone in comparison to the control group. The treated rabbits with BPO and MOS had significantly decreased liver enzymes and urea less than those of the control group. Furthermore, Rabbits treated with BPO and/or MOS also showed decreased malondialdehyde, but increased total antioxidant capacity and phagocytic activity. Conclusively, adding BPO and MOS to growing rabbits enhances cell-mediated immune response, hematological and biochemical parameters reflecting and raising immunity and antioxidative responses.

Eugenol and carvacrol attenuate brain d-galactose-induced aging-related oxidative alterations in rats

Authors

Ali H El-Far,Hadeer H Mohamed,Doaa A Elsabagh,Shymaa A Mohamed,Ahmed E Noreldin,Soad K Al Jaouni,Abdelwahab A Alsenosy

Journal

Environmental Science and Pollution Research

Published Date

2022/7

Aging represents the accumulation of progressive changes in a human being over time and can cover physical, psychological, and social changes. It is an oxidative stress-associated process that progresses with age. The antioxidant activity of either eugenol (EU) or carvacrol (CAR) for aging in rats induced by d-gal for 42 days was investigated in the current study using 10 and 20 mg of EU/kg/day/orally, while CAR was supplemented by 40 and 80 mg /kg/day/orally. Biochemical, mRNA expression, and histopathological assessments of brain samples evaluated the oxidative alterations induced by d-gal and the protective role of EU and CAR. Results showed that d-gal was causing oxidative alternation of the brain that was recognized via upregulation of p53 and p21 mRNA expression levels, as aging markers and Bax mRNA expression level, as an apoptotic marker. Also, the results observed alterations in the levels …

Expression of Matrix Metalloproteinase 9 in Oreochromis Niloticus Fish and Its Active Role in Initiation and Resolution of Ammonia

Authors

Hanan Ghoneim,Safinaz Ibrahim,Asmaa Aboelnour

Journal

Damanhour Journal of Veterinary Sciences

Published Date

2021/8/1

Dietary protein for reaching better growing Oreochromis niloticus including gradual protein levels, taking into account that optimum protein levels for grown fish will help to reduce the impact of ammonia on fish health. Herein, this study verified a theory which assumes ammonia induces changes in fish tissues responsible for ammonia excretion by a mechanism coupled to capillary endothelial cells. Fish feeding on a higher level of protein caused expression of MMP markers. Alongside, ammonia raised the activity of interstitial matrix metalloproteinases MMP-9. The rise of cell permeability maybe amended via using of an inhibitor of MMP. The results support an idea that stimulation of MMPs in brain endothelial cells contributes to the variations in permeability and cerebral vasogenic component, renal and gill tissues associated with ammonia implication. Detailed considerate of the response to ammonia stress and tolerance in tilapia can provide useful information for fish breeding professionals to expand aquaculture.

Thymoquinone and curcumin defeat aging-associated oxidative alterations induced by D-galactose in rats’ brain and heart

Authors

Ali H El-Far,Yaser HA Elewa,Elsayeda-Zeinab A Abdelfattah,Abdel-Wahab A Alsenosy,Mustafa S Atta,Khalid M Abou-Zeid,Soad K Al Jaouni,Shaker A Mousa,Ahmed E Noreldin

Journal

International Journal of Molecular Sciences

Published Date

2021/6/25

D-galactose (D-gal) administration causes oxidative disorder and is widely utilized in aging animal models. Therefore, we subcutaneously injected D-gal at 200 mg/kg BW dose to assess the potential preventive effect of thymoquinone (TQ) and curcumin (Cur) against the oxidative alterations induced by D-gal. Other than the control, vehicle, and D-gal groups, the TQ and Cur treated groups were orally supplemented at 20 mg/kg BW of each alone or combined. TQ and Cur effectively suppressed the oxidative alterations induced by D-gal in brain and heart tissues. The TQ and Cur combination significantly decreased the elevated necrosis in the brain and heart by D-gal. It significantly reduced brain caspase 3, calbindin, and calcium-binding adapter molecule 1 (IBA1), heart caspase 3, and BCL2. Expression of mRNA of the brain and heart TP53, p21, Bax, and CASP-3 were significantly downregulated in the TQ and Cur combination group along with upregulation of BCL2 in comparison with the D-gal group. Data suggested that the TQ and Cur combination is a promising approach in aging prevention.

Yeast as growth promoter in two breeds of growing rabbits with special reference to its economic implications

Authors

Ayman H Abd El-Aziz,Khalid M Mahrose,Nagwa I El-Kasrawy,Abd El-Wahab A Alsenosy

Journal

Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências

Published Date

2021/4/30

The present study investigated the effects of dietary supplementation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae (SC) on growth performance, carcass traits, blood biochemical parameters, histological changes in intestinal wall and economic indices in two breeds of weanling rabbits (V-Line and Rex). One-hundred and twenty weaned male rabbits were allotted randomly into four groups in factorial arrangement. The results could be summarized as follows: dietary supplementation of SC significantly accelerated body weight gain (BWG), reduced feed conversion ratio (FCR) and increased profit. The highest BWG and the lowest FCR were noticed in each breed when interacted with SC. There were non-significant differences in carcass traits due to the studied factors, except in loin and dressing percentages. The highest percentages of loin and dressing were obtained from V-line when fed diet supplemented with SC. The treated rabbits with yeast were characterized by an increase in Brunner`s gland and villi. Dietary Supplementation of SC decreased blood total glycerides and cholesterol and increased blood total protein, albumin and A/G ratio. The treated group showed higher profitability than the control. Conclusively, dietary supplementation of SC provided beneficial effects in growth performance and profitability of rabbits. Finally, dietary supplementation of SC is highly recommended in growing rabbits.

Springing bottles enrichment toy effect on behaviors and cortisol level of kenneled dogs (Canis lupus familiaris).

Authors

Safinaz A Ibrahim,Amira A Goma,Abdel-wahab A Alsenosy

Journal

Alexandria Journal for Veterinary Sciences

Published Date

2020/10/1

More than thousand distinct dog breeds exist today (Morris, 2008), only 20% are recognized by various national and international kennel clubs. Canis lupus familiaris is a subspecies that exhibits variation in morphological and behavioral phenotypes. The domestic dog and its breeds that make up this subspecies is becoming an increasingly popular subject for behavioral research (Mehrkam and Wynne, 2014). Dog breeds are groups of individuals that strongly resemble one another based on a series of characteristics that are identifiably different from other groups (Brewer et al., 2002). However, the most accurate way to define a breed on base of behavior is still debated. The welfare of captive dogs is considered to be severely compromised as many governmental or charity-run kennels had been occupied by many dog’s despite of their value and popularity as working, sport and pets (Clark et al., 2012; Stavisky et al., 2012; New et al., 2014). Canine behaviors are critical indices for proper housing and management; moreover, it plays a major role in determining an animal’s adaptability and welfare. In captivity, feeding regimes do not fulfil their specific needs which restricted specific behaviors, so they become inactive or display abnormal behaviors (Kistler et al., 2009).Laboratory housing systems also lack sufficient stimuli, because of limited space, so animals can't display their specific behavioral repertoire, in addition municipal shelters that rely on single-dog housing may also be of restricted size (Meghan et al., 2014). These housing conditions with restricted space allowances can lead to fear, aggression, increased self-grooming, vocalizations …

Influence of multi‐enzyme preparation supplemented with sodium butyrate on growth performance blood profiles and economic benefit of growing rabbits

Authors

Ayman Hassan Abd El‐Aziz,Nagwa Ibrahim El‐Kasrawy,Mahmoud Mahmoud Abo Ghanima,Abd El‐Wahab Abd Elmohsen Alsenosy,Sayed Haidar Abbas Raza,Samiullah Khan,Sameeullah Memon,Rajwali Khan,Irfan Ullah

Journal

Journal of animal physiology and animal nutrition

Published Date

2020/1

The present study was carried out to explore the impacts of dietary supplementation of enzyme mixture with sodium butyrate on the growth performance, carcass traits, blood profile and economic benefit in two breeds of weanling rabbits adapted to survive in Egypt (New Zealand White and Rex). One‐hundred and twenty weaned male rabbits (New Zealand White and Rex) of 6 weeks of age and 770.5 ± 20 g body weight were allotted randomly into four groups in a factorial arrangement. The obtained results indicated that there were non‐significant differences in all growth performance traits, blood profile and economic parameters due to the breed effect. However, there were significant differences in most of carcass traits due to the breed effect except total giblets and New Zealand White breed showed the highest value of these parameters including dressing % (p < .01), forequarter and loin % (p < .001) and …

Dietary Propolis Supplement Improves Semen Characteristics in Egyptian Buffaloes

Authors

Wael Nagy,Hanan Ghoneim,Abd El-Aziz,Abd Elwahab Alsenosy

Journal

Damanhour Journal of Veterinary Sciences

Published Date

2020/7/17

Buffalo bulls frequently present with infertility, and reproductive improvement in such animals is of great importance. The present study aimed to investigate the effects of dietary propolis supplementation on semen characteristics, including volume, sperm motility, viability, physiological abnormalities, sperm count, seminal antioxidant level, seminal α-glucosidase activity, and serum testosterone level. This study was carried out on nine buffalo bulls divided into three groups supplemented daily with 150 mg/kg DM/head propolis, 100 mg/kg DM/head propolis, or fed a basal control. After 2 months, semen samples were collected for biochemical analysis of various parameters and serum samples were collected for measuring total testosterone levels. Results showed that propolis supplementation increased semen volume, sperm motility, and live sperm percentage, with a concomitant reduction in the percentage of abnormal sperm. Antioxidant activity of glutathione peroxidase and superoxide dismutase increased in groups that received propolis, with a concurrent decline in malondialdehyde concentration. Also, α-glucosidase activity in seminal plasma and serum testosterone levels showed a marked increase after propolis supplementation. In conclusion, these results suggest that dietary propolis may enhance semen characteristics in Egyptian buffaloes

Efficacy of different drenching regimens of gluconeogenic precursors during transition period on body condition score, production, reproductive performance, subclinical ketosis …

Authors

Nagwa I El-Kasrawy,Ayman A Swelum,Mervat A Abdel-Latif,Abd El-Wahab A Alsenosy,Noha A Beder,Saad Alkahtani,Mohamed M Abdel-Daim,Ayman H Abd El-Aziz

Journal

Animals

Published Date

2020/5/29

Simple Summary As the transition period is the most critical physiological stage of dairy cattle, propylene glycol as a gluconeogenic precursor was studied either individually or in combination with glycerol with different doses at different times. Their beneficial effects were recorded regarding productive and reproductive performances, protection against subclinical ketosis and economics. Abstract A total of 108 Holstein cows were used to evaluate the effect of drenching propylene glycol (PG) either individually or in combination with glycerol (G) on body condition score (BCS), production, reproductive performance, protection against subclinical ketosis and economic benefit of dairy cows during the transition period. The six groups (n = 18/group) were; Control group, cows received no treatment; PG300, cows were drenched 300 mL PG for 7 days pre-expected day of calving and 21 days post-calving; PG400, cows were drenched 400 mL PG for 7 days pre-and 7 days post-calving; PG500, cows were drenched 500 mL PG for 10 days pre-and 10 days post-calving; GPG150, cows were drenched a mixture of 150 mL G and 150 mL PG for 21 days pre-and 21 days post-calving; GPG250, cows were drenched a mixture of 250 mL G and 250 mL PG for 21 days pre-and 21 days post-calving. BCS at 30 days in milk (DIM) was significantly higher in all treated groups in comparison to the control one and the best values were observed in GPG250, GPG150 and PG500 groups. Lactation length (LL) was significantly (p < 0.001) shorter in GPG250, GPG150 and PG500 groups than control group. There was a significant increment …

Efficacy of Dietary Biogen® Supplementation with Water Treatment with QZ Toss™ on Nile Tilapia.

Authors

Moshira Thabet,Alkhateib Gaafar,Mahmoud Tanekhy,Abdalla Elbialy,Samar Abaza,Magdy Soliman

Journal

Damanhour Journal of Veterinary Sciences

Published Date

2020/3/10

The current study was designed to investigate the probiotic potential of the BiogenÒ with and without the water quality improvement product (Q Z Toss™) on growth and health performance of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus). Four fish groups were maintained on control diet supplemented with the BiogenÒ for one month with or without inclusion of Q Z Toss™ in water. Dietary levels of BiogenÒ exhibited significant raise in growth parameters with no harmful impacts on hepatic functions. Importantly, Q Z Toss™ supplemented group showed obvious decline of water ammonia level. However, water ammonia level didn’t change in BiogenÒ treated fish compared to control. The histopathological examination revealed better hepatopancreas and intestinal epithelial status in BiogenÒ treated groups than other groups. Therefore, we can recommend the dietary addition of BiogenÒ in aqua-feed along with Q Z Toss™ application in rearing water as a proficient method to achieve feasible and sustainable fish health.

Efficacy of Dietary Bioorgano Supplementation with Inclusion of QZ Toss™ on Nile Tilapia

Authors

Alkhateib Gaafar,Mahmoud Tanekhy,Abd Elwahab Alsenosy,Abdalla Elbialy,Samar Abaza,Hany Ellakany,Magdy Soliman

Journal

Damanhour Journal of Veterinary Sciences

Published Date

2020/3/1

The current study was designed to investigate the potential of bioorgano (thymol and carvacrol) with and without the water quality improvement product Q Z Toss™ on growth and health performance of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus). Six fish groups were maintained on control diet supplemented with the bioorgano for one month. Both bioorgano dietary levels exhibited significant increase in growth parameters as well as in white blood cell count with no negative impacts on both hepatic and renal functions. The histopathological examination revealed better intestinal epithelial status in bioorgano treated groups than other groups, and an increase in intestinal villi length regardless of bioorgano concentration used. while the posterior kidney showed activation of melanomacrophages centers (MMCs) which is linked to enhancement of fish immune response. Therefore, we can recommend the dietary inclusion of bioorgano in aqua-feed along with Q Z Toss™ application in rearing water as an efficient method to achieve feasible and sustainable fish production.

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Diosgenin alleviates D-galactose-induced oxidative stress in rats’ brain and liver targeting aging and apoptotic marker genes

Rutin attenuates D-galactose-induced oxidative stress in rats’ brain and liver: molecular docking and experimental approaches

Rutin Attenuates Oxidative Stress Associated with Aging: Molecular Docking Study

Anthelmintic Efficacy and Pharmcodynamic Effects of Levamisole-Oxyclozanide Combination as (Levanide®) in Fattening Calves

Fructooligosaccharide supplementation boosts growth performance, antioxidant status, and cecal microbiota differently in two rabbit breeds

Vital role of garlic extract additive in cryopreservation and freezing of buffalo bulls sperm

Correction to: Vitamin D regulates insulin and ameliorates apoptosis and oxidative stress in pancreatic tissues of rats with streptozotocin‑induced diabetes

Vitamin D regulates insulin and ameliorates apoptosis and oxidative stress in pancreatic tissues of rats with streptozotocin-induced diabetes

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The research interests of Abdelwahab Alsenosy are: Biochemistry

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Abdelwahab Alsenosy has 253 citations in total.

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The co-authors of Abdelwahab Alsenosy are Yasser El-Sayed, Babatunji E. OYINLOYE, Ph.D., Prof. Dr. Ali El-Far, Hazem Mohammed Ebraheem Shaheen, Ayman H. Abd El-Aziz.

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    Yasser El-Sayed

    Yasser El-Sayed

    Damanhour University

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    Babatunji E. OYINLOYE, Ph.D.

    Babatunji E. OYINLOYE, Ph.D.

    Afe Babalola University

    H-index: 29
    Prof. Dr. Ali El-Far

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    Damanhour University

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