Bovine Cryptosporidiosis and the Egyptian Diarrheic Buffalo Calves, Hamza, Dalia A., Soliman Soliman M., Salem Noha Y., and sara Nader M. , International Journal of Veterinary Science, (2020)
Novel lactate dehydrogenase inhibitors with in vivo efficacy against Cryptosporidium parvum, Li, Kun, Nader Sara M., Zhang Xuejin, Ray Benjamin C., Kim Chi Yong, Das Aditi, and Witola William H. , PLoS pathogens, Volume 15, Issue 7, p.e1007953, (2019) Abstract

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Carbapenem-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa originating from farm animals and people in Egypt, A.Elshafiee, Esraa, Nader Sara M., Dorgham Sohad M., and Hamza Dalia A. , Journal of Veterinary Research, Volume 63, Issue 3, p.333-337, (2019) Abstract

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Occurrence of Zoonotic Sarcosporidiosis in Slaughtered Cattle and Buffaloes in Different Abattoirs in Egypt, H. Nahed, Ghoneim, Reda Wafaa W. M., and Nader Sara M. , Global Veterinaria, Volume 13, p.809-813, (2014) AbstractWebsite

Sarcosporidiosis is a zoonotic disease in domestic animals caused by sarcocystis sp., a cyst forming
coccidian parasite with obligatory two host life cycle involving carnivorous as a definitive host and
herbivorous or omnivorous as an intermediate host. This work was carried out to study the occurrence of
sarcocystis sp., in different abattoirs of Cairo and Giza governorates, Egypt. A total of 103 slaughtered cattle
and buffaloes were examined for the presence of either macroscopic or microscopic sarcocysts using naked eye
examination and peptic digestion and histological examination for detecting bradyzoites. Of 61 cattle examined
in abattoirs, 37 were found to be infected, with an overall prevalence 60%, while of 42 buffaloes examined in
abattoirs, 29 were found to be infected, with an overall 69%. The results proved higher occurrence rate of
Sarcocyst in both cattle and buffaloes.

Decontamination of Eggshell Contaminated with Salmonella Typhimurium Using Natural Plant Extracts, Ayah, Abdel-Salam B., Sara Nader M., and Shimaa Emam R. , International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research & Allied Sciences, Volume 7, p.10-19, (2018) Abstract
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Molecular diversity of the invA gene obtained from human and egg samples, Kadry, Mona, Nader Sara Mohamed, Dorgham Sohad M., and Kandil Mai M. , veterinary world, Volume 12, p.1033-1038, (2019) Abstract
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