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Heidy Abo El-Yazeed, H. H. Mai, R. Soliman, and M. Refai, "Trials for Reducing Aflatoxin B1 Residues in Chicken Meat and Eggs using a Newly Developed Aflatoxin B1 Vaccine", International Journal of Research Studies in Biosciences (IJRSB), vol. 3, issue 11, pp. 2349-0365, 2015. 03v3i1103_1-page-001.jpg
Osman, K., A. Orabi, A. Elbehiry, M. H. Hanafy, and A. M. Ali, "Pseudomonas species isolated from camel meat: quorum sensing-dependent virulence, biofilm formation and antibiotic resistance.", Future microbiology, 2019. Abstractfmb-2018-0293.pdf

This research pioneers the process of obtaining information concerning the distribution and existence of seven genes linked to , three virulence and five quorum sensing separated from 100 camel meat samples using PCR. The Vitek system was used to identify species. Phenotypic antibiotic resistance of 16 antibiotics was tested by disc diffusion. Quantification of pyocyanin, elastase, alkaline protease, biofilm and Vero cell cytotoxicity was also implemented. The total number of species isolated from camel meat was 10/100 identified as 8/10, 2/10. The isolates were multidrug resistant and were resistant to four to eight antibiotics representing four to six classes. The 15 genes exhibited a huge diversity in their association. The results indicated that camel meat is an unpropitious hotbed for species of clinical significance.

Osman, K. M., J. Badr, A. Orabi, A. Elbehiry, A. Saad, M. D. S. Ibrahim, and M. H. Hanafy, "Poultry as a vector for emerging multidrug resistant Enterococcus spp.: First report of vancomycin (van) and the chloramphenicol-florfenicol (cat-fex-cfr) resistance genes from pigeon and duck faeces.", Microbial pathogenesis, 2019 Jan 04. Abstract1-s2.0-s0882401018316838-main_1.pdf

Although commonly regarded as human and animal intestinal tract commensals, Enterococcus spp. have emerged as important nosocomial pathogens due to their intrinsic or acquired resistance to a number of antibiotics. Poultry has been suggested to be a reservoir for antibiotic resistance that may aggravate the problem of transmission of enterococci infections. Between January and December 2016, 106 Enterococcus spp. were isolated from a total of three poultry species. The collection included isolates recovered from chickens (n = 30), ducks (n = 35) and pigeons (n = 41). All enterococci isolates were screened for their ability to form biofilm. The antibiotic susceptibility was determined against 13 antibiotics using the disc diffusion method. The presence of the eight resistance genes, vanA, vanB, vanC, catA, catB, fexA, fexB and cfr was determined by PCR. All 106 isolates were resistant to clindamycin, whereas majority of isolates (>90%) were resistant to erythromycin, oxytetracycline, doxycycline, gentamycin, ciprofloxacin, norfloxacin, and vancomycin. All isolates produced biofilms and were classified as extensive drug-resistant. MAR for all isolates was determined to be > 0.8, indicating that they have been recovered from high risk contamination sources. The cfr resistance gene was not detected in any of the 106 enterococci isolates, whereas the chloramphenicol resistance genes catA and catB were found in 18.9% (20/106) of the isolates. Interestengly, fexA 11.9% (15/106), fexB 8.7% (11/106), vanA 18.9% (20/106), vanB 25.5% (27/106), and vanC 33% (35/106) genes were also determined in our study. The present study highlights the emergence of a linezolid sensitive-vancomycin resistant enterococci, which lacks the cfr gene reporting also for the first time the detection of van, fex and cat -genes in Enterococcus species recovered from chickens, ducks and pigeons in Egypt suggesting that poultry species could be potential vectors for transmission of multidrug resistant enterococci posing a public health risk.

Hanafy, M. H., "Myconanotechnology in veterinary sector: Status quo and future perspectives.", International journal of veterinary science and medicine, vol. 6, issue 2, pp. 270-273, 2018 Dec. Abstractmyconanotechnology_in_veterinary_sector_status_quo.pdf

Nanotechnology is no longer a concept or a theory of the new world, it has turned into a new enabling technology over the years, with tremendous potential to revolutionize agriculture and livestock sector all over the globe. Moreover, nanotechnology provides new tools for molecular and cellular biology, biotechnology, veterinary physiology and reproduction, giving more promising solutions in both pathogen detection and therapy, engineering of agriculture, incredible results in animal and food systems and many more. Nanotechnology means manipulation, reduction and synthesis of materials at nano scale. Nanoparticles have distinct unique morphological characteristics which are quite different from their original bulk form. Recently, nanoparticles have been produced by industries for commercial applications having huge benefits. Since nanotechnology serves various fields of science and technology, the fabrication of nanoparticles using the biological route is becoming the need of the day. Biosynthesis of nanoparticles attracts the attentions of many researchers and industries to study microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi, algae and others as perfect biological factories for the fabrication of different nanoparticles. Among the different bionanofactories, the fungal system has emerged as an efficient most suitable system synthesizing metal nanoparticles by different mechanisms and for many reasons mentioned later. This review highlights the term "Myconanotechnology" in an attempt to direct more attention on fungi as a potential effective green approach in nanotechnology through conducting a SWOT analysis consisting of strengths, weaknesses, future opportunities of myconanosynthesis and probable constraints through eliciting questions for the possibility of using them in a large scale production.

Yazeed, H. A. E., A. Hassan;, R. E. A. Moghaieb, M. Hamed, and M. Refai, "Molecular Detection of Fumonisin-producing Fusarium Species in Animal Feeds Using Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)", Journal of Applied Sciences Research, vol. 7 (4), pp. 420-427, 2011. journal_of_applied_science_research-page-001.jpg
Heidy Abo El-Yazeed, M. E. - Dosouki, N. Kenawy, and M. H. Hanafy, "The Improvement of Microbiological and Histopathological Findings of Fish Intoxicated with Aflatoxins and Ochartoxins by Adding Yeast In vitro", International Journal of Veterinary Science , vol. 7, issue 1, pp. 38-43, 2018.
Heidy Abo El-Yazeed, M. Effat, M. El-Hariri, A. Prince, R. M. Alarousy, M. M. Eraqi, M. H. Hanafy, and E. Elsady, "Extracellular Protein Profile of Microsporum canis Secreted Proteolytic Enzymes (Exoantigens)", World Applied Sciences Journal, vol. 32, issue 12, pp. 2453-2458, 2014. 1543150818.6751extracellular_protein_profile_of_microsporum_canis.pdf