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Kubesy, A. A. M., S. G. Yehia, Shaymaa I Salem, and M. Rabah, "Altered blood oxidative stress markers in association with antioxidant supplemented therapy for mange, tick, and flea allergic dermatitis of dogs", comparative clinical pathology, vol. 29, issue 1618-5641, pp. 937 - 943, Submitted.
2019
Elsayed, N. M., A. A. Kubesy, and N. Y. Salem, "Altered blood oxidative stress biomarkers in association with canine parvovirus enteritis", Comparative Clinical Pathology , vol. SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 , issue https://doi.org/10.1007/s00580-019-03067-x, pp. 19-23, 2019.
Kubesy, A. A., G. M. Rakha, Shaymaa I Salem, and A. H. Jaheen, "Altered blood procalcitonin, C-reactive protein, and leucocytes count in association with canine parvovirus (CPV) enteritis", Comparative Clinical Pathology , vol. (2019) 28, issue https://doi.org/10.1007/s00580-019-02941-y, pp. 1095-1099, 2019.
Kubesy, A. A., G. M. Rakha, Shaymaa I Salem, and A. H. Jaheen, "A comparative study of Procalcitonin with C-reactive Protein, and total Leucocytes count in septicsystemic inflammatory response syndrome in dogs.", Bioscience Research, vol. 16(2), issue Print ISSN: 1811-9506 Online ISSN: 2218-3973, pp. 936-943, 2019.
awny ahmed mohammed awny elkhiat, M., A. A. - E.( kubesy a.a.kubesy), T. A. M. Baraka1, F. A. - E. torad, S. I. Saleh, and S. Abd-Elrahman, "Diagnostic Value of Kidney Injury Molecule- 1 in Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease ", Bioscience Research, vol. 16(1), issue Print ISSN: 1811-9506 Online ISSN: 2218-3973, pp. 45-53, 2019.
Ramadan1, E. S., A. A. Kubesy(a.a.kubesy), T. A. Baraka, and F. A. & Torad, "Expression of blood hepatocyte-derived microRNA-122 in canine multicentric lymphoma with hepatic involvement", Veterinary Research Communications https://doi.org/10.1007/s11259-019-09764-w (2019) 43:231–238, vol. 43:231–238, issue https://doi.org/10.1007/s11259-019-09764-w (2019) 43:231–238, pp. 231-238, 2019.
Kubesy, A. A., I. A. Saleh, F. A. Torad, Shaymaa I Salem, and M. E. Ali, "The prognostic value of electrocardiography for canine parvo virus infection in German shepherd puppies", Bioscience Research, vol. 16(1), issue Print ISSN: 1811-9506 Online ISSN: 2218-3973, pp. 234-241, 2019.
2018
Eman, S. R., A. A. Kubesy, T. A. Baraka, F. A. Torad, I. S. Shaymaa, and undefined, "Evaluation of hepatocyte-derived microRNA-122 for diagnosis of acute and chronic hepatitis of dogs", Veterinary World, vol. 11(5), issue 2231-0916, pp. 667-673, 2018.
2017
Khattab, M. R., Shaymaa I Salem, A. A. Kubesy, and M. E. Ali, "Trans-tracheal wash analysis of canine distemper infected dogs.", Journal by Innovative Scientific Information & Services Network, vol. 14, issue 4, pp. 1128-1135, 2017. Abstract1128-1135-1442017br-1572.pdf

Canine distemper (CD) is a highly contagious disease in non-vaccinated puppies. The symptoms vary
among respiratory, gastrointestinal or neurological signs and these symptoms are often exaggerated by
secondary infections. This study was designed to analyze the various components of trans-tracheal
wash (TTW) of canine distemper infected dogs. Twenty five dogs were chosen randomly from animals
presented to teaching veterinary hospital, Cairo University, Egypt. Diagnosis is made by immunechromatographic
assay, cytological, biochemical and microbiological examinations of TTW as well as
hematological examination. Canine distemper infected dogs without secondary infections revealed
significant monocytosis, while canine distemper infected dogs with secondary infections showed
neutrophilia and monocytosis. Canine distemper inclusion bodies were noticed in blood smears of both
groups. Cytological findings revealed significant decrease of alveolar macrophages, lymphocyte and
epithelial cells with significant increase in reactive macrophages and degenerated neutrophils in both
canine distemper infected dogs with and without secondary infections. Total nucleated cell count
showed significant increase only in canine distemper infected dogs with secondary infections. Intracellular
bacteria, Pnuemocystis carinii and Toxoplasma gondii were noticed microscopically.
Biochemically, alkaline phosphatase and lactate dehydrogenase and matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs)
especially MMP-2 and total gelatinases were increased in TTW of both diseased groups. In conclusion,
cytological preparations were supportive for differentiation of some complicating agents. Matrix
metalloproteinases, alkaline phosphatase and lactate dehydrogenase were the most sensitive
constituent in trans-tracheal wash for detecting inflammation