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2008
Bakeer, A. M., S. B. Iman, and R. M. S. Korany, "Survey on Lesions of Urinary System in Donkeys (Equus asinus)", . Egypt J Comp Path Clinic Path,, vol. 21, pp. 147-166, 2008.
2012
Bakeer, A. M., I. B. Shaheed, S. A. Sherein, R. M. S. Korany, and N. M. Ragaa, "Spontaneous Pathological Affections of Thyroid Glands in Different Animal Species with Special Reference to Related Biochemical Paramete Egypt", J. Comp. Path. & Clinic. Path,, vol. 25, issue 1, pp. 131-147, 2012.
2013
Zaki, M. M., W. A. A. El-Ghany, M. M. Hady, and R. M. S. Korany, "Immunomodulatory effect of some natural herbal feed additives in broilers. ", The 19th European Symposium on Poultry Nutrition, Potsdam, , Germany, 26-29 August, , 2013.
Hady, M. M., M. M. Zaki, W. A. A. El-Ghany, and R. M. S. Korany, "Potency of some phytobiotic feed- additives on zootechnical performance, carcass traits and intestinal health of broiler chickens. ", The 19th European Symposium on Poultry Nutrition, , Potsdam, , Germany, 26-29 August, , 2013.
Bakeer, A. M., I. B. Shaheed, E. G. S. A. Sherein, R. M. S. Korany, and N. M. Ragaa, "EXPERIMENTAL INDUCTION OF HYPERTHYROIDISM IN FEMALE BALADI GOATS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SOME BIOCHEMICAL AND PATHOLOGICAL PARAMETERS", 1st international scientific Conference of Pathology Department, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University, Cairo- Egypt, April 25-27, 2013.
2014
El-Ashmawy, W. R., S. A. Mousa, E. E. Ibrahim, and R. M. S. Korany, "Clinical Study on Egyptian Cattle Affected With Recent Isolate of Foot and Mouth Disease Virus SAT2/2012 ", International Journal of Livestock Research,, vol. 4, issue 2, 2014.
Abdelhakim, K. M., R. M. H. Arab, A. A. Abou Zeid, A. Samir, and R. M. S. Korany., "Experimental Salmonellosis in Dogs: Clinical, Bacteriological and Pathological studies", Life Science Journal, vol. 11, issue 10, pp. 1176-1181, 2014.
2017
Abdelhakim, K. M., and R. M. S. Korany, "Experimental Infection of Dogs with Attaching- Effacing E.coli Identified by PCR: Clinical, bacteriological and Pathological Studies.", Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences, vol. 8, issue 2, pp. 2685-2692, 2017. 302.pdf
2019
Korany, R. M. S., K. S. Ahmed, H. E. A. Halawany, and K. A. Ahmed, "EFFECT OF LONG-TERM ARSENIC EXPOSURE ON FEMALE ALBINO RATS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PROTECTIVE ROLE OF SPIRULINA PLATENSIS", Exploratory Animal and Medical Research, vol. 9, issue 2, pp. 125-136, 2019.
Korany, R. M. S., K. S. Ahmed, H. E. A. Halawany, and K. A. Ahmed, "Pathological and Immunohistochemical Studies on the Ameliorating Effect of Spirulina Platensis against Arsenic Induced Reproductive Toxicity in Female Albino Rats", International Journal of Veterinary Science, vol. 8, issue 2, pp. 113-119, 2019.
2020
Korany, R. M. S., M. K. Derbala, T. E.Mosallam, and M.Fadel, "Diagnosis of Granulosa Cell Tumors in Arabian Mares by Ultrasonography, Hormonal Profile and Histopathology", Advances in Animal and Veterinary Sciences, vol. 8, issue 3, pp. 327-332, 2020.
2021
Madkour, D. A., M. M. Ahmed, S. H. Orabi, S. M. Sayed, R. M. S. Korany, and H. K. Khalifa, "Nigella sativa oil protects against emamectin benzoate-Induced neurotoxicity in rats.", Environmental toxicology, vol. 36, issue 8, pp. 1521-1535, 2021. Abstract

This study evaluated the ameliorative impact of Nigella sativa oil (NSO) on emamectin benzoate (EMB) neurotoxicity. Thirty-five male rats were randomly allocated into 5 groups (n = 7). G1 (control): received distilled water; G2: received NSO (3 ml. Kg B.W.) for 6 weeks; G3: received EMB (9 mg kg B.W.) for 6 weeks; G4: was co-treated with NSO and EMB for 6 weeks; G5: was treated with EMB for 4 weeks then, received NSO for 2 weeks. All treatments were given orally every other day. EMB increased serum urea, creatinine levels; brain dopamine, serotonin, malondialdehyde levels; brain expression levels of caspase 3 and TNF-α. While, it decreased serum total protein, albumin, brain GABA, AChE, GSH-Px, CAT, and SOD levels. Histopathological findings revealed hemorrhage, congestion, severe degeneration, and edema of the brain tissues. NSO reversed the EMB-induced biochemical and histopathological alterations. This NSO effect is mostly due to its antioxidant, antiinflammatory, and antiapoptotic activities. These findings suggest NSO as a potential protective and therapeutic agent for EMB-induced neurotoxicity.

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