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2021
Faheem MS, G. N, G. A, Procházka R, and D. SM, "Adaptive and Biological Responses of Buffalo Granulosa Cells Exposed to Heat Stress under In Vitro Condition", Animals (Basel), vol. 11, issue 3, pp. 794-811, 2021.
Ghanem, N., D. A. - E. R. Ahmed, S. M. Dessouki, M. S. Faheem, A. Y. Gad, J. Peippo, and A. H. Barkawi, "Cellular and molecular alterations of buffalo oocytes cultured under two different levels of oxygen tension during in vitro maturation", Zygote, vol. 24, issue 1, pp. 1-11, 2021.
Ashour, G., A. M. Kamel, Khalid Ahmed El-Bahrawy, A. A. E. - H. El-Sayed, and N. Ghanem, "Effect of ascorbic acid supplementation on in vitro production of camel embryos cultured under oxidative stress", Journal of Camelid Science , vol. 14 , issue 1, pp. 1-8. , 2021.
Shao B, Sun H, Ahmad MJ, N. Ghanem, Abdel-Shafy H, D. C, Deng T, Mansoor S, Z. Y, Yang Y, et al., "Genetic Features of Reproductive Traits in Bovine and Buffalo: Lessons From Bovine to Buffalo", Frontiers Genetics, vol. 12 , issue 23, pp. 617128-61742, 2021.
Ghanem, N., Samy, R., Khalil, Fakruzzaman, M., and I. - K. Kong, "Mitochondrial Activity and Transcript Abundance of Quality Marker Genes during In vitro Maturation of Bovine and Buffalo's Oocytes", Advances in Animal and Veterinary Sciences, vol. 9, issue 11, pp. 1810–1815, 2021.
Faheem, M.S., Dessouki, S.M., Abdel-Rahman, and N. Ghanem, "Physiological and molecular aspects of heat-treated cultured granulosa cells of Egyptian buffalo (Bubalus bubalis)", Animal Reproduction Science, vol. 1, issue 1, pp. 224-2231, 2021.
Ghanem, N., M. S. Faheem, Romysa Samy, and A. H. Barkawi, "Transcriptional, Mitochondrial Activity, and Viability of Egyptian Buffalo’s Granulosa Cells In Vitro Cultured under Heat Elevation", World Veterinary Journal, vol. 11, issue 2, pp. 193-201, 2021.
2020
Ashour, G., A. El-Sayed, M. Khalifa, and N. Ghanem, "Effect of Heat Stress on Developmental Competence of In Vitro Matured Oocytes of Camelus Dromedaries with Different Qualities", World’s Veterinary Journal, vol. 10, issue 4 , pp. 658-664, 2020.
Ghanem, N., A. Amin, A. M. Saeed, S. M. Abdelhamid, A. El-Sayed, O. A. Farid, S. M. Dessouki, and M. S. Faheem, "Effects of Curcumin Supplementation on Viability and Antioxidant Capacity of Buffalo Granulosa Cells under In Vitro Culture Conditions", World’s Veterinary Journal, vol. 10, issue 2, pp. 146-159, 2020. effects_of_curcumin_supplementation_on_viability_and_antioxidant_capacity_of_buffalo_granulosa_cells_under_in_vitro_culture_conditions.pdf
R, J., Y. P, R. M, H. A, T. E, N. SA, M. - S. A, and G. N, "In Vivo and In Vitro Evaluation of Bull Semen Processed With Zinc (Zn) Nanoparticles", Biological Trace Element Research , vol. 199, issue 1, pp. 126–135, 2020. in_vivo_and_in_vitro_evaluation_of_bull_semen_processed_with_zinc_zn_nanoparticles.pdf
2018
Pokharel, K., J. Peippo, M. Honkatukia, A. Seppälä, J. Rautiainen, N. Ghanem, T. - M. Hamama, M. A. Crowe, M. Andersson, M. - H. Li, et al., "Integrated ovarian mRNA and miRNA transcriptome profiling characterizes the genetic basis of prolificacy traits in sheep (Ovis aries).", BMC genomics, vol. 19, issue 1, pp. 104, 2018 01 29. Abstract

BACKGROUND: The highly prolific breeds of domestic sheep (Ovis aries) are globally valuable genetic resources for sheep industry. Genetic, nutritional and other environmental factors affect prolificacy traits in sheep. To improve our knowledge of the sheep prolificacy traits, we conducted mRNA-miRNA integrated profiling of ovarian tissues from two pure breeds with large (Finnsheep) vs. small (Texel) litter sizes and their F1 crosses, half of which were fed a flushing diet.

RESULTS: Among the samples, 16,402 genes (60.6% known ovine genes) were expressed, 79 novel miRNAs were found, and a cluster of miRNAs on chromosome 18 was detected. The majority of the differentially expressed genes between breeds were upregulated in the Texel with low prolificacy, owing to the flushing diet effect, whereas a similar pattern was not detected in the Finnsheep. F1 ewes responded similarly to Finnsheep rather than displaying a performance intermediate between the two pure breeds.

CONCLUSIONS: The identification and characterization of differentially expressed genes and miRNAs in the ovaries of sheep provided insights into genetic and environmental factors affecting prolificacy traits. The three genes (CST6, MEPE and HBB) that were differentially expressed between the group of Finnsheep and Texel ewes kept in normal diet appeared to be candidate genes of prolificacy traits and will require further validation.

Veshkini, A., A. Mohammadi-Sangcheshmeh, N. Ghanem, A. H. Abazari-kia, E. Mottaghi, R. Kamaledini, H. Deldar, I. Ozturk, and E. L. Gastal, "Oocyte maturation with royal jelly increases embryo development and reduces apoptosis in goats", Animal. Reproduction, vol. 15, issue 2, pp. 124-134, 2018.
2016
Nikdel, K., N. Ghanem, M. Khajenabi, R. Kamaledini, and A. Mohammadi-Sangcheshmeh, "Royal jelly improves embryonic developmental competence and affects transcript levels of apoptosis-related genes in goat cumulus-oocyte complexes", Animal Reproduction, vol. 13, issue 3, pp. 658-658, 2016. Abstract

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Ghanem, N., J. I. Jin, S. S. Kim, B. H. Choi, K. L. Lee, A. N. Ha, S. H. Song, and I. K. Kong, "The Anti‐Müllerian Hormone Profile is Linked with the In Vitro Embryo Production Capacity and Embryo Viability after Transfer but Cannot Predict Pregnancy Outcome", Reproduction in Domestic Animals, 2016. Abstract
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Mutikainen, M., T. M. Hamama, N. Ghanem, M. Weldenegodguad, and J. Peippo, "The effect of L-carnitine supplementation during IVM and/or IVC on sex ratio of transferable bovine embryos depends on the combination of the IVM/IVC media", Animal Reproduction, vol. 13, issue 3, pp. 657-657, 2016. Abstract
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Jin, J. - I., N. Ghanem, S. - S. Kim, B. - H. Choi, A. - N. Ha, K. - L. Lee, D. - W. Sun, H. - T. Lim, J. - G. Lee, and I. - K. Kong, "Interaction of donor age, parity and repeated recovery of cumulus–oocyte complexes by ovum pick-up on in vitro embryo production and viability after transfer", Livestock Science, vol. 188: Elsevier, pp. 43-47, 2016. Abstract
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2015
Kantanen, J., F. Stammler, N. Ghanem, A. Gossman-Stammler, N. Mazzullo, J. Peippo, T. Reilas, P. Soppela, I. Tapio, and M. Honkatukia, "Arctic Ark. Human-animal adaptations to the arctic environment: natural and folk selection practices (Arc-Ark)", 6 th ISAFG, International Symposium on Animal Functional Genomics, Piacenza: ISAFG 2015 proceedings: Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, 2015. Abstract
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Fakruzzaman M, Ghanem N, B. J. I. H. A. N. L. K. L. S. S. H. W. L. D. S. K. I. K. Z., "Effect of peroxiredoxin II on the quality and mitochondrial activity of pre-implantation bovine embryos.", Anim Reprod Sci, vol. 159, pp. 172-83, 2015. Abstract
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El-Sayed, A., N. Ghanem, and T. K. Gahlot, "Gene expression analysis of selected candidate genes in camel oocytes (Camelus dromedarius) with different quality based on morphological assessment.", Proceedings of the International Camel Conference, Al-Hasa, Saudi Arabia, 17-20 February 2013: Camel Publishing House, pp. 324-328, 2015. Abstract
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Hu X, Pokharel K, P. G. Z. K. L. M. H. J. N. I. J., "Identification and characterization of miRNAs in the ovaries of a highly prolific sheep breed.", Anim Genet, 2015. Abstract
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