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Aly M.E. ElZawahry, H. A. S. B. K. E. Z. &, "Avascular necrosis of the head of the femur, Stage III, Surgical mannagment y drilling and bone grafting Clinical follow up and MRI Results.", Kasr El Aini Medical Journal , vol. Vol., 9, No, 2 , issue March 2003, 2003.
Abdelmonem, M., S. H. Kassem, H. Gabr, A. A. Shaheen, and T. Aboushousha, "Avemar and Echinacea extracts enhance mobilization and homing of CD34 + stem cells in rats with acute myocardial infarction", Stem Cell Research & Therapy , vol. 6, pp. 172, 2015. paper.pdf
Gabr, H., M. Abdelmonem, S. Kassem, A. Shaheen, and T. Aboushousha, "Avemar and Echinacea extracts enhance mobilization and homing of CD34+ stem cells in rats with acute myocardial infarction", Stem Cell Research and Therapy, vol. 12, issue 6, 2015.
Mohamed, R., M. H. Ismail, and H. - A. M. Mourad, "Average symbol error rate and ergodic capacity of switch-and-examine combining diversity receivers over the α-μ fading channel", Annals of Telecommunications , vol. 70, issue 1-2, 2014.
Mohamed, R., M. H. Ismail, and H. - A. M. Mourad, "Average Symbol Error Rate and Ergodic Capacity of Switch-and-Examine Combining Diversity Receivers over the α−μ Fading Channel", Annals of Telecommunications, vol. 70, issue 1-2, pp. 37-48, 2015.
Mohamed, R., M. H. Ismail, and H. - A. M. Mourad, "Average Symbol Error Rate and Ergodic Capacity of Switch-and-Examine Combining Diversity Receivers over the α−μ Fading Channel", Annals of Telecommunications, vol. 70, issue 1-2, pp. 37-48, 2015.
El-Ghany, W. A. A., "Avian Aspergillosis: A Potential Occupational Zoonotic Mycosis Especially in Egypt", Advances in Animal and Veterinary Sciences, vol. 9, issue 10, pp. 1564-1575, 2021. aspergillosis_advances_in_anim__vet_sci.pdf
El-Ghany, W. A. A., "Avian bordetellosis: a significant bacterial respiratory disease of turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo). ", Online Journal of Animal and Feed Research, vol. 12, issue 3, pp. 103-110, 2022. ojafr_123_103-110_2022.pdf
El-Ghany, W. A. A., "Avian cellulitis: A skin affection associated with economic losses in broiler chickens.", Online Journal of Animal and Feed Research, vol. 13, issue 1, pp. 34-38., 2023. online_j_anim_feed_res_cellulitis_2023.pdf
El-Ghany, W. A. A., "Avian chlamydiosis: A world-wide emerging and public health threat. ", Advances in Animal and Veterinary Sciences, vol. 8, issue S2, pp. 82-97, 2020. aavs_8_s2_82-97.pdf
El-Ghany, W. A. A., "Avian cryptosporidiosis: A significant parasitic disease of public health hazard", Slovenian Veterinary Research, vol. 59, issue 1, pp. 5–29, 2022. 10.26873_svr-1354-2022.pdf
El-Tahlawy, A. A., D. A. Saba, and N. G. Bakir, "Avian Eggshell Slurry as a Dentin Desensitizing Agent: An In Vitro Assessment Using Two Techniques", the journal of contemporary dental practice, 2021. avian_eggshell_slurry_as_a_dentin_desensitizing_ag.pdf
El-Ghany, W. A. A., "Avian haemospridian parasites: An updated review.", Archives of Veterinary Science, vol. 28, issue 2, pp. 1-17, 2023. article.pdf
Mashaly, M. M., and J. M. Trout, "Avian Immunology in Progress, Tours (France), August 31s'-September 2" d Ed. INRA, Paris 1993 (Les Colloques, n 62)", Avian Immunology in Progress: August 31st-September 2nd [1993], Tours, France, vol. 62: INRA, pp. 31, 1993. Abstract
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El-Sayed, A., A. Fayed, W. S. Awad, and M. Zschöck, Avian influenza (H5N1) infections in Egypt., , issue November: INSInet Publications, pp. 1752 - 1758, 2010. Abstract
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Hussein, A. Hay, and Kaoud, "Avian Influenza in Egypt", Poult Dairy & Vet Sci. 1(4). APDV.000519. 2017., vol. 1, issue 4, pp. 000519, 2017.
El-Sayed, A., W. Awad, A. Fayed, H. - P. Hamann, and M. Zschöck, Avian influenza prevalence in pigs, Egypt, , vol. 16, issue 4: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, pp. 726, 2010. Abstract
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El-Sayed, A., W. Awad, A. Fayed, H. - P. Hamann, and M. Zschöck, "Avian influenza prevalence in pigs, Egypt", Emerging Infectious Diseases, vol. 16, no. 4: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, pp. 726, 2010. Abstract
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El-Sanousi, A., "Avian Influenza: Historical, Virological and Epidemiological Aspects. A Review Article", Egyptian J. Virol., vol. 2, pp. 1-12, 2005.
El-Ghany, W. A. A., "Avian macrorhabdosis (Macrorhabdus ornithogaster) causing proventriculitis: Epidemiology, diagnosis, and control.", Veterinary Integrative Sciences, vol. 22, issue 3, pp. 921-931, 2024. vet_integ_sci.pdf
El-Ghany, W. A. A., "Avian metapneumovirus infection in poultry flocks: A review of current knowledge", Pertanika Journal of Tropical Agricultural Science, vol. 46, issue 3, pp. 971 - 1002, 2023. pert_j_agric_sci_pneumovirus_2023.pdf
Vilela, J., M. A. Rohaim, and M. Munir, "Avian Orthoavulavirus Type-1 as Vaccine Vector against Respiratory Viral Pathogens in Animal and Human.", Vaccines, vol. 10, issue 2, 2022. Abstract

Avian orthoavulaviruses type-1 (AOaV-1) have recently transitioned from animal vaccine vector to a bona fide vaccine delivery vehicle in human. Owing to induction of robust innate and adaptive immune responses in mucus membranes in both birds and mammals, AOaVs offer an attractive vaccine against respiratory pathogens. The unique features of AOaVs include over 50 years of safety profile, stable expression of foreign genes, high infectivity rates in avian and mammalian hosts, broad host spectrum, limited possibility of recombination and lack of pre-existing immunity in humans. Additionally, AOaVs vectors allow the production of economical and high quantities of vaccine antigen in chicken embryonated eggs and several GMP-grade mammalian cell lines. In this review, we describe the biology of AOaVs and define protocols to manipulate AOaVs genomes in effectively designing vaccine vectors. We highlighted the potential and established portfolio of AOaV-based vaccines for multiple respiratory and non-respiratory viruses of veterinary and medical importance. We comment on the limitations of AOaV-based vaccines and propose mitigations strategies. The exploitation of AOaVs vectors is expanding at an exciting pace; thus, we have limited the scope to their use as vaccines against viral pathogens in both animals and humans.

Rohaim, M. A., E. L. Gardiner, R. F El Naggar, M. A. Abdelsabour, Y. M. Madbouly, M. O. Atasoy, K. A. Ahmed, M. M. El-Safty, and M. Munir, "Avian sarcoma/leukosis virus (RCAS)-mediated over-expression of IFITM3 protects chicks from highly pathogenic avian influenza virus subtype H5N1.", Microbes and infection, pp. 105231, 2023. Abstract

Broad-spectrum antiviral activities of interferon-induced transmembrane proteins (IFITMs) are primarily attributed to in vitro inhibition of viral entry. Here, we used an avian sarcoma-leukosis virus (RCAS)-based gene transfer system and successfully generated chicks that constitutively express chicken IFITM3 (chIFITM3). The chIFITM3-overexpressing chicks showed significant protection and disease tolerance against highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (HPAIV) H5N1 (Clade 2.2.1.2). The chicks, overexpressing chIFITM3, also showed delayed onset of clinical symptoms, reduced viral shedding, and alleviated histopathologic alterations compared to control and challenged chicks. These findings highlight that overexpression of chIFITM3 provide a substantial defense against zoonotic H5N1 in vivo.

Rohaim, M. A., E. L. Gardiner, R. F El Naggar, M. A. Abdelsabour, Y. M. Madbouly, M. O. Atasoy, K. A. Ahmed, M. M. El-Safty, and M. Munir, "Avian sarcoma/leukosis virus (RCAS)-mediated over-expression of IFITM3 protects chicks from highly pathogenic avian influenza virus subtype H5N1.", Microbes and infection, pp. 105231, 2023. Abstract

Broad-spectrum antiviral activities of interferon-induced transmembrane proteins (IFITMs) are primarily attributed to in vitro inhibition of viral entry. Here, we used an avian sarcoma-leukosis virus (RCAS)-based gene transfer system and successfully generated chicks that constitutively express chicken IFITM3 (chIFITM3). The chIFITM3-overexpressing chicks showed significant protection and disease tolerance against highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (HPAIV) H5N1 (Clade 2.2.1.2). The chicks, overexpressing chIFITM3, also showed delayed onset of clinical symptoms, reduced viral shedding, and alleviated histopathologic alterations compared to control and challenged chicks. These findings highlight that overexpression of chIFITM3 provide a substantial defense against zoonotic H5N1 in vivo.

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