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El Sabry, M. I., F. A. El-Fattah, and H. Safaa, Poultry Production Practical Booklet for Under Graduate Students., : Fact. of Agric. Press, Cairo Univ., 2008. Abstract
Conference Proceedings
El Sabry, M. I., J. Charal, K. Rubio, K. McMillin, and T. Lavergne, "The effect of water magnetization on egg production and quality of laying hens", 2016 PSA Annual Meeting: Poult. Sci. 95(E-Suppl. 1), pp. 129, 2016.
El Sabry, M. I., İ. G.T., Y. N. Ş., K. E.K., and S. Yalçın, "Effects of breeder age and hatching time on hatching performance, intestine morphology and body weight at slaughter age.", 2ndInternational White Meat Congress proceeding, 24-28 April , 2013, Antalya, Turkey, 2013. Abstract
Gharib, H. B. A., A. M. M. Atta, E. M. I. Sabry, and F. K. R. Stino, "Immunological changes and production performances of broiler chicks in response to chicken interleukin-2 injection..", The 3rd Mediterranean Poultry Summit of World Poultry Science Association (Proceeding). Alexandria, 2012. Abstract
El Sabry, M. I., H. B. A. Ghrieb, A. M. M. Atta, M. G. Eshak, and F. K. R. Stino, "Role of Chicken Interleukin-2, in Some Immunological and Productive Performances of Fayoumi Laying Hens.", The 1st International Conference of Agricultural Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture, Aleppo University, Syria., 2008. Abstract
Journal Article
NH Hamouda, W. D. Saleh, N. F. Nasr, and E. M. I. Sabry, "Benefits and risks of using bacterial- and plant-produced nano-silver for Japanese quail hatching-egg sanitation", Archives of Microbiology, vol. 205, pp. 228, 2023.
El Sabry, M. I., M. G. Eshak, F. K. R. Stino, and K. R. Bondioli, "Comparing growth, immune and pigmentation related gene expression in three lines of Japanese and wild European quail", Animal Science Papers and Reports , vol. 35 , issue 4, pp. 407-418, 2017. anim_sci_papers__reports_2017.pdf
ElSabry, M. I., F. K. R. Stino, and W. A. A. El-Ghany, "Copper: benefits and risks for poultry, livestock, and fish production.", Tropical animal health and production, vol. 53, issue 5, pp. 487, 2021. Abstract

Protein production from animal origin should increase to meet the needs of a growing global population. This article presents an overview on copper (Cu) forms and their importance for animals' physiological functions. Moreover, it will focus on the current and promising nano-Cu applications in poultry, livestock, and fish production systems. Use of Cu as a feed additive directly or indirectly impacts the human food chain and may affect the safety and/or quality of food. Finally, the expected risks and hazards related to the use of nano-Cu that can affect animals, humans, and the environment are described. It is concluded that nano-Cu applications have the potential to provide an efficient solution for reducing the Cu amount in the poultry, livestock, and fish diets, which can help in reducing costs and environmental contamination and increasing animals' productivity. However, concerns over the safety of nano-Cu applications hamper their immediate implementation. Thus, rigorous risk assessments should be conducted to ensure the safety of animal-origin products in the case of supplementation animal diets with nano-copper.

M.I. El Sabry, J.W. Charal, K.W. McMillin, and T. A. Lavergne, "Does magnetized drinking water affect productivity and egg quality of layers?", Egypyian Journal of Animal Production, vol. 55, issue 2, pp. 117-123, 2018. does_magnetized_drinking_water_affect_productivity_and_egg_quality_of_layers.pdf
Mohamed I. El Sabry, A. Hassan, T.A. Ebeid, and F. Abou-Hashim, "Drinking magnetized water alters blood constituents, and structure of spleen and kidney in rabbitts", Online J. Anim. Feed Res., vol. 14, issue 2, pp. 86-94, 2024.
El Sabry, M. I., S. Yalçin, and G. Turgay-İzzetoğlu, "Effect of breeder age and lighting regimen on growth performance, organ weights, villus development, and bursa of fabricius histological structure in broiler chickens", Czech J. Anim. Sci, vol. 60, issue 3, pp. 116-122, 2015.
El Sabry, M. I., and H. G. M. Essa, "Effect of cyclic LED lighting in incubator on hatching performance, chick quality and sex ratio of broiler chicks", Egyptian Journal of Animal Production, vol. 54, issue 2, pp. 137-141, 2017. egyptian_j._anim._prod_2017.pdf
Ibrahim, F. A., K. E. M. E. Moustafa, M. I. El Sabry, J. M. Badr, and A. S. I. Hassan, "Effect of Egg Disinfection by Silver Nanoparticles on Eggshell Microbial Load, Hatchability and Post-hatch Performance of Quail Chicks", International Journal of Poultry Science , vol. 17, issue 5, pp. 234-242, 2018.
Abbas, A. O., A. A. Alaqil, G. M. K. Mehaisen, and Mohamed I. El Sabry, "Effect of Organic Selenium-Enriched Yeast on Relieving the Deterioration of Layer Performance, Immune Function, and Physiological Indicators Induced by Heat Stress", Frontiers in Veterinary Science , 2022.
Polat, M., and M. I. El Sabry, "The Effects of Essential Oils Dietary Supplementation on Feeding Behavior of Sheep under Organic Animal Husbandry", Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , vol. 13, issue 5, pp. 344-349, 2014.
Mehaisen, G. M. K., M. G. Eshak, M. E. I. Sabry, and A. O. Abass, "Expression of Inflammatory and Cell Death Program Genes and Comet DNAD amage Assay Induced by Escherichia coli in Layer Hens", PLoSONE, vol. 11, issue 6, pp. e0158314.doi:10.1371/journal. pone.0158314, 2016. Website
Mohamed I. El Sabry, and O. Almasri, "Global waterfowl production: stocking rate is a key factor for improving productivity and well-being—a review", Tropical Animal Health and Production, vol. 55, 2023.
Shaaban S. Elnesr, Hamada A. M. Elwan, Mohamed I. El Sabry, Abdelrazeq M. Shehata, and M. Alagawany, "Impact of chitosan on productive and physiological performance and gut health of poultry", World's Poultry Science, vol. 78, issue 2, pp. 483-798, 2022.
ElSabry, M. I., M. H. Abdelfattah, H. A. Abdellatif, and S. S. Elnesr, "The impact of magnetized drinking water on semen quality, fertility and hatchability rates of Fayoumi chicken.", Animal biotechnology, vol. 34, issue 7, pp. 2353-2359, 2023. Abstract

The present study was conducted to interpret the effect of magnetic field on water pH and calcium form, and evaluate semen quality, fertility and hatchability rates of Fayoumi chickens receiving magnetized drinking water (MDW). A total of 180 Fayoumi chickens (20 roosters + 160 hens), 54 weeks of age, were divided into two groups. The first group served as control, which received regular drinking water, and the second group was treated with MDW. Semen was collected twice (at day 15 and day 30 of the experiment) to determine semen quality. Fertility and hatchability were determined in two patches of hatching eggs through 1-15 and 16-30 days of the experiment. Results showed that the roosters of MDW group had higher live sperm and sperm motility ratios than those of the control group throughout the experimental period (1-30 days). The abnormal sperm ratio and methylene blue reaction time of MDW-received roosters were significantly lower than those of control roosters. Fertility and hatchability percentages of MDW group were greater compared to those of regular drinking water. Conclusively, alterations in the physiochemical characteristics of MDW and the calcium form can play a role in improving semen quality, fertility, and hatchability percentages during the late laying phase.

El Sabry, M. I., and T. B., "Influence of short-term warm stimulation during the last 4 days of incubation time on body temperature and oxygen consumption in broiler and layer embryos.", Avian Biology Research, vol. 3, issue 3: Incubation and Fertility Research Group (WPSA), pp. 129-130, 2010. Abstract
El Sabry, M. I., S. Yalçın., and G. Turgay-İzzetoğlu, "Interaction between breeder age and hatching time affects intestine development and broiler performance.", Livestock Sience, vol. 157, issue 2, pp. 612-617, 2013. Abstract
Radwan, L. M., M. Mahrous, N. K. Alsenosy, and M. I. El Sabry, "Interaction between heat stress and early age on muscle development and related to gene ‎expression in two strains of broilers chickens", Asian Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances, vol. 13, issue 4, pp. 309-315, 2018.
El Sabry, M. I., and W. A. Abd El-Ghany, "A Mathematical Model for Calculating Intestinal Villus Surface Area in Broiler Chickens", International Journal of Veterinary Science, vol. 10, issue 4, pp. 317-322, 2021.
El Sabry, M. I., K. W. McMillin, and C. M. Sabliov, "Nanotechnology Considerations for Poultry and Livestock Production Systems – A Review", Annals of Animal Science,, vol. 18, issue 2, pp. 319-334, 2018. Website
S.S. Elnesr, H.A.M. Elwan, M.I. El Sabry, and A. M. Shehata, The nutritional importance of milk thistle (Silybum marianum) and its beneficial influence on poultry, , 2023.
Hassan MI, Khalifah AM, M. I. El Sabry, Mohamed AE, and H. SS., "Performance traits and selected blood constituents of broiler chicks as influenced by early access to feed post-hatch", Animal Biotechnology, vol. 34, issue 7, pp. 2855-2862, 2023.
El Sabry, M. I. M., A. M. M. Atta, B. Tzschentke, H. B. A. Gharib, and F. K. R. Stino, "Potential use of Interleukin-2-rich supernatant adjuvant in Fayoumi hens", ARCHIV FUR GEFLUGELKUNDE, vol. 76, issue 3: EUGEN ULMER GMBH CO POSTFACH 700561 WOLLGRASWEG 41, D-70599 STUTTGART, GERMANY, pp. 162-167, 2012. AbstractWebsite

This study was carried out to investigate the impact of chicken interleukin-2 rich supernatant (ChIL2-rich supernatant) on humoral immune response against Newcastle Disease Virus (NDV), and its side effects on production and reproduction performances. Eighty 40-week old female and ten male Fayoumi hens were vaccinated with NDV (La Sota strain). The treated birds were co-administered with ChIL2rich supernatant. While, the control birds were injected with saline. Data were collected during the period from 40 to 45 weeks of age. The results indicated that ChIL2-rich supernatant injection enhanced the humoral immunity against NDV antigens throughout the experimental period. It also increased the relative spleen weight. On the other hand, ChIL2-rich supernatant injection did not influence relative liver and ovary weights, hen day egg production, egg weights, fertility or hatchability significantly. The results of this study demonstrated that, ChIL2-rich supernatant injection could be safely used as an adjuvant to enhance the humoral immunity against NDV with no deleterious effects on production or reproduction performances.

Aggrey S.E., Ghareeb A. F.A., Milfort M.C., Ariyo O.W., Aryal B., Hartono E., Kwakye J., Sovi S., Hipple S.A., tevenson C., et al., "Quantitative and molecular aspects of water intake in meat-type chickens", Poultry Science, vol. 102, issue 11, 2023.
El Sabry, M. I., LE Motsei, I. I. Abdel-Mageed, and O. Almasri, "Space allowance impacts behavior, productivity, reproductivity and immunity of sheep—a review", Tropical Animal Health and Production, vol. 55, pp. 207, 2023.
Mohamed I. El Sabry, and O. Almasri, "Stocking density, ambient temperature, and group size affect social behavior, productivity and reproductivity of goats- A review ", Tropical Animal Health and Production, vol. 55, pp. DOI: 10.1007/s11250-023-03598-0, 2023.
Sabry, M. E. I., S. S. A. Hassan, M. M. Zaki, and F. K. R. Stino, "Stocking density: a clue for improving social behavior, welfare, health indices along with productivity performances of quail (Coturnix coturnix)-a review.", Tropical animal health and production, vol. 54, issue 1, pp. 83, 2022. Abstract

The quail populations are considered to be one of the largest among the poultry species. Although quail egg and meat production are growing rapidly, still, quail farming practices and welfare aspects are not well established. Stocking density is one of the factors that can significantly affect the welfare, health, and performance of birds, but according to The Expert Group for Technical Advice on Organic Production, no allowed space standards have been reported for new hybrids and different breeds of quail. This review presents an overview of 1) the benefits of egg and meat of quail, 2) the global market of quail products, 3) the factors affecting the stocking density rate, and 4) the effects of stocking density rates and housing systems on the social behavior, welfare, physiological indices, and performance parameters of broiler and laying quail. Conclusively, larger space and enriched aviaries reduce aggressive behavior, and improve the quail welfare and immunological indices. However, the effect of stocking density on some blood biochemical indices and growth performance parameters showed mixed results. A better understanding of the relationship between housing, health, growth performance, and welfare aspects would assist in the implementation of welfare-economic standards for quail production. According to available data, stocking density ranges for broiler and laying Japanese quail are suggested; however, these stocking rates should be tested under different conditions.

El Sabry, M. I., M. M. Zaki, F. A. Elgohary, and M. M. Helal, "Sustainable Rabbit Production under the Global Warming Conditions in Southern Mediterranean Region", World's Veterinary Journal, vol. 11, issue 4, pp. 543-548, 2021.
Mohamed I. El Sabry, Zeinab U Romeih, F. K. R. Stino, Abeer R Khosht, and S. E. Aggrey, "Water scarcity can be a critical limitation for the poultry industry", Tropical Animal Health and Production, issue 55, pp. 215, 2023.