Ficus natalensis extract alleviates Cadmium chloride-induced testicular disruptions in albino rats, E.A.Elish, Shaimaa, A.Sanad Fatma, H.Baky Mostafa, Noha A.E. Yasin, Temraz Abeer, and H.El-Tantawy Walid , Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology, Volume 70, p.126924, (2022)
Ameliorative effect of N-acetylcysteine on the testicular tissue of adult male albino rats after glyphosate-based herbicide exposure, Hashim, Asmaa R., Bashir Dina W., Yasin Noha A. E., Rashad Maha M., and El-Gharbawy Saad M. , Journal of Biochemical and Molecular Toxicology, Volume 36, Issue 4 , p. e22997, (2022)
Protective effect of starch-stabilized selenium nanoparticles against melamine-induced hepato-renal toxicity in male albino rats, Ahmed, Zainab Sabry Othman, Mona K Galal, Drweesh Elsayed A., Abou-El-Sherbini Khaled S., Elzahany Eman A. M., Elnagar Mohamed M., and Yasin Noha A. E. , International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, Volume 191, p.792-802, (2021)
Ovarian, uterine and luteal hemodynamic variations between pregnant and non-pregnant pluriparous Egyptian buffalos with special reference to their anatomical and histological features, S.Abouelela, Yara, Noha A.E. Yasin, karmoty Amr F.El, A.Khattab Mohamed, K.H.El-Shahat, and A.Abdelnaby Elshymaa , Theriogenology, Volume 173, p.173-182, (2021)
Ameliorative effect of N-acetylcysteine against glyphosate-induced hepatotoxicity in adult male albino rats: histopathological, biochemical, and molecular studies, Hashim, Asmaa R., Bashir Dina W., Yasin Noha A. E., Mona K Galal, and M El-Gharbawy S. , Environmental Science and Pollution Research, Volume 28, p.42275–42289, (2021)
Evaluation of Penile Blood Flow in Dogs With TVT Before and After Chemotherapeutic Treatment With Special Reference to its Angioarchitecture, Abdelnaby, Elshymaa A., abouelela Yara S., and Yasin Noha A. E. , Advances in Animal and Veterinary Sciences, Volume 9, Issue 8, p. 1159- 1168, (2021)
Ultrastructural Studies on the Glyphosate- Induced Toxicity in the Testicular Tissue of Adult Male Albino Rats Ameliorated by N- Acetylcysteine, Hashim, Asmaa, Bashir Dina, Yasin Noha, and El-Gharbawy S. , Veterinary Medical Journal (Giza), Volume 66, Issue 1, p.74-88, (2020)
Modulation of caspase-3 gene expression and protective effects of garlic and spirulina against CNS neurotoxicity induced by lead exposure in male rats, Galala, Mona K., Elleithyb Ebtihal M. M., Abdraboub Mohamed I., Yasinb Noha A. E., and Shaheenb Youssef M. , Neurotoxicology, Volume 72, (2019) Abstract

Lead (Pb) is a ubiquitous environmental and industrial pollutant with worldwide health problems. The present
study was designed to investigate the neurotoxic effects of Pb in albino rats and to evaluate the ameliorative role
of garlic as well as Spirulina maxima against such toxic effects. Forty adult male rats were used in this investigation
(10 rats/group). Group I: served as control, Group II: rats received lead acetate (100 mg/kg), Group
III: rats received both lead acetate (100 mg/kg) and garlic (600 mg/kg) and Group IV: rats received both lead
acetate (100 mg/kg) and spirulina (500 mg/kg) daily by oral gavage for one month. Exposure to Pb acetate
adversely affected the measured acetyl cholinesterase enzyme activity, oxidative stress and lipid peroxidation
parameters as well as caspase-3 gene expression in brain tissue (cerebrum and cerebellum). Light and electron
microscopical examination of the cerebrum and cerebellum showed various lesions after exposure to Pb which
were confirmed by immunohistochemistry. On the other hand, administration of garlic and spirulina concomitantly
with lead acetate ameliorated most of the undesirable effects. It could be concluded that, the adverse
effects induced by lead acetate, were markedly ameliorated by co-treatment with S. maxima more than garlic.

Ameliorative effects of Spirulina maxima and Allium sativum on lea acetateinduced testicular injury in male albino rats with respect to caspase-3 gene expression, Mohamed I. Abdrabou, Ebtihal M.M. Elleithy, Noha A.E. Yasin, Youssef M. Shaheen, and Galal Mona , Acta Histochemica, Volume 121, Issue 0065-1281, p.198-206, (2019) 1-s2.0-s0065128118303751-main.pdf