Sally Ibrahim
University of Bonn
GeneRNA extractionSubclinical infectionInterleukin 6microRNAGene expressionTranscriptomeAndrologyStromal cellReceptorTumor necrosis factor alphaChemistryFollicular phaseImmunologyHormone receptorEndometritismir-223OocyteOviductmiR-155Luteinizing hormoneCytokineMir 200cCancer researchHormoneMedicineBiologyImmune system
15Publications
5H-index
110Citations
Publications 23
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The present study aimed to clarify the alternations in alpha-fetoprotein (AFP), phosphorus (Ph), calcium (Ca), and metabolic hormones (Growth hormones (GH), insulin, and thyroid gland hormones) in singleton, twin, and triplet pregnancy in goats. Animals were examined for pregnancy ultrasonographically during mid-pregnancy (6-14 weeks of gestation), and were classified conferring to litter size into singleton (n =55), twin (n=25) and triple (n=6) pregnancy, and non-pregnant status (n=64). Blood s...
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This study aimed to (1) identify the status of reproductive tract of repeat-breeder heifers (RBH) ultrasonography, as well as (2) determinethe variations in steroid hormones, oxidative stress biomarkers, and cell-free RNA in serum.These culled animals from400 heifers at the breeding stationwere examined ultrasonography, and whole blood samples were collected. Theultrasonic diagnosed heifers as paraovarian cyst (POC, n=18) associated with genital pathological conditionswere compared with groups o...
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#1Ahmed S. A. SosaH-Index: 2
#2Sally IbrahimH-Index: 5
Last. Mohamed M. Ayoub (Cairo University)H-Index: 3
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A better understanding of the molecular mechanisms in granulosa cells (GC) is warranted, during different follicular and luteal developmental stages in buffalo cows. We aimed to (I) study the expression of selected genes in GC during follicular and luteal phases, (II) evaluate correlations between GC gene expression and steroid concentrations {17-beta estradiol (E2) and progesterone (P4)} in follicular fluid (FF), and (III) study effect of ovarian status on follicular population as well as folli...
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#2Sally IbrahimH-Index: 5
Last. Adel A. Ramoun (Kafrelsheikh University)H-Index: 3
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Abstract null null A total of 138 pairs of slaughterhouse ovaries were collected from pregnant (n = 46) and non-pregnant (n = 92) she-camels. Oocytes (n = 150) and related granulosa cells (GCs) were retrieved from the growing follicles (3– 8 mm) to study the effect of pregnancy status on the expression pattern of genes regulating follicles population and follicular fluid (FF) levels of estrogen (E2) and progesterone (P4). The mRNA fold changes of STAR, PTEN, and BCL2 genes were greater (p
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#1Mohamed HediaH-Index: 5
#2Sally IbrahimH-Index: 5
Last. Mohamed El-BelelyH-Index: 6
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Abstract Apparently healthy mares with conception failure or embryonic loss may have subclinical endometritis (SE). Our objective was to document evidence of systemic immune responses against SE in mares. In apparently healthy (control) mares as well as those with chronic endometritis (ChE) or subacute suppurative endometritis (SSE), both considered classes of SE, serum concentrations of cytokines (IL-1β, IL-6, IL-10 and TNF-α), chemokines (IL-8), acute phase protein (SAA), and plasma concentrat...
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#3Mohamed O. Taqi (Egyptian Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation)H-Index: 2
#6Y. F. AhmedH-Index: 3
So far the intimate link between serum microRNA (miRNA) and uterine inflammation in mares is unknown. We aimed (I) to investigate expression profile of eca-miR-155, eca-miR-223, eca-miR-17, eca-miR-200a, and eca-miR-205 (II) and to measure concentrations of interleukin 6 (IL-6), and prostaglandins (PGF2α and PGE2) in serum of mares with healthy and abnormal uterine status (endometritis). This study was conducted on 80 Arabian mares: young (4–7 years), and old (8–14 years). Mares were divided int...
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#1Ahmed M. Fawzy (Kafrelsheikh University)
#2Sally IbrahimH-Index: 5
Last. Adel A. Ramoun (Kafrelsheikh University)H-Index: 3
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This study aimed to compare the expression of genes regulating follicles development, survival and steroid hormones secretion in oocytes and granulosa cells (GCs) and study the correlation between their expression and follicular fluid (FF) levels of progesterone (P4) in pregnant and non-pregnant camels. In total, 138 ovarian pairs from slaughtered camels were used. Gene expression and hormonal assay were determined using real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and enzyme-linked immunosorbent a...
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#1Sally IbrahimH-Index: 5
#2Mohamed HediaH-Index: 5
Last. Mohamed El-BelelyH-Index: 6
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#1M. M. M. El-Sokary (Banha University)H-Index: 3
#2Sally IbrahimH-Index: 5
Last. M.F. NawitoH-Index: 6
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We aimed (I) to simulate an in vivo milieu, through establishing an in vitro paradigm to study sperm-oviductal interactions using different segments of oviduct, as well as different incubation media, and (II) to investigate spatial changes of oviductal gene expression. Two experiments were designed; one was to investigate the yield of oviduct aggregates from different oviduct segments; in the second experiment, we observed effects of different incubation media on sperm-oviductal binding. Oviduct...
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