Somia A. Nassar

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Equine piroplasmosis (EP) caused by Theileria equi, Babesia caballi, or both, contributes to significant economic loss in the equine industry and remains uncontrolled in Egypt. This study focuses on surveying T. equi and B. caballi infections and hematological disorders in equine populations in Egypt. Theileria equi and B. caballi infections were assessed(More)
The present study was conducted to study the protective effect of ethanolic extract of propolis given subcutaneously (S/C) either alone or in combination with inactivated formalized Pasteurella multocida (P. multocida) vaccine in rabbits challenged with virulent P. multocida strain. Twenty-eight New-Zealand rabbits, 6-8 weeks old and not vaccinated against(More)
AIM The aim of this study was to evaluate the potential possibility of crude larval and recombinant (rHcp26/23) antigens of Haemonchus contortus for immunization to control sheep hemonchosis. MATERIALS AND METHODS A total of 21 lambs were divided into five groups. Lambs were immunized with larval and recombinant (rHcp26/23) proteins at day 0 and day 14(More)
July September 2017 1326 JCPS Volume 10 Issue 3 Haematological and Biochemical Alterations in Sub Clinically Affected Dromedary Camels with Trypanosoma evansi During Breeding Season in Egypt Faten A.M Abo-Aziza*, Heba M. Ashry and Somia A. Nassar Department of Parasitology and Animal Diseases, Veterinary Research Division, National Research Center, Giza,(More)
Molecular mechanisms underlying the pathophysiology of pemphigus vulgaris are still not clear. We aimed to determine the significance of detecting expression of some antigens that might be pivotal to the process, namely CD44 and CD117, in patients with active pemphigus vulgaris. Seventeen patients with active pemphigus vulgaris and 19 normal healthy(More)
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