Hi, I am Wahid Mohamed Ahmed, My LiveDNA is 20.388
 
   
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Prof. Wahid Mohamed Ahmed
 
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Veterinary Sciences from Cairo University, Egypt
 
Institute: National Research Center, Egypt
 
Area of Interest: Animal and Veterinary Sciences
  •   Animal Reproduction
  •   Artificial Insemination
  •   Reproductive Hygiene
  •   Veterinary Sciences
 
URL: http://livedna.org/20.388
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Abd El-Moez, S.I., W.M. Ahmed, J.A. El-Jakee and F.R. El-Seedy, 2008. Observations on Lactobacillus spp. in the genital tract of buffalo-cows with emphasis on its in vitro probiotic activity. Global Veterinaria, 2: 15-21.
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2:   Abd El-Razik, K.A., H.M. Desoukey and W.M. Ahmed, 2007. Investigations on brucellosis in Egyptian baladi does with emphasis on evaluation of diagnostic techniques. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 10: 342-348.
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3:   Abdela, N. and W.M. Ahmed, 2016. Risk factors and economic impact of dystocia in dairy cows: A systematic review. J. Reprod. Infertility, 7: 63-74.
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4:   Ahmed, W. and M.M. Zaabal, 2009. Analyzing the immunogenetic constituents of dams, sires and calves in relation to placental retention in a Friesian herd. Global Vet., 3: 32-36.
5:   Ahmed, W.M. and G.M. Nabil, 2007. Investigations of oxidant/antioxidant status and hemoglobin biophysical properties in buffalo calves with special reference to inferior preweaning vitality. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 10: 2353-2358.
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6:   Ahmed, W.M. and K.S. Zaher, 2008. A field contribution on the relation between reproductive disorders and bovine viral diarrhea virus infection in buffalo-cows. American-Eurasian J. Agric. Environ. Sci., 3: 736-742.
7:   Ahmed, W.M. and S.E. Hassan, 2007. Applied studies on coccidiosis in growing buffalo-calves with special reference to oxidant-antioxidant status. World. J. Zool., 2: 40-48.
8:   Ahmed, W.M. and S.E. Hassan, 2008. A field investigation on the correlation between reproductive disorders and eimeriosis in female buffaloes with emphasis on use of partially purified oocyst antigen for diagnosis. Global Vet., 2: 372-378.
9:   Ahmed, W.M., A.A.R. El-Hameed, H.H. El-Khadrawy and E.M. Hanafi, 2009. Investigations on retained placenta in Egyptian buffaloes. Global Vet., 3: 120-124.
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10:   Ahmed, W.M., A.R. Abd El-Hameed and F.M. El-Moghazy, 2008. Some reproductive and health aspects of female buffaloes in relation to blood lead concentration. Int. J. Dairy. Sci., 3: 63-70.
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11:   Ahmed, W.M., E.M. Hanafi, A.H. Ali, M.M. Zaabal and H.H. Elkhadrawy, 2015. Some managemental and reproductive aspects in relation to subsequent fertility in transitional cows. Middle-East J. Sci. Res., 23: 2748-2755.
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12:   Ahmed, W.M., H.H. El-Khadrawy, E.M. Hanafi, A.A.R. El-Hameed and H.A. Sabra, 2009. Effect of cupper deficiency on ovarian activity in Egyptian buffalo cows. World J. Zool., 4: 1-8.
13:   Ahmed, W.M., H.H. El-Khadrawy, El-Hameed, A.A.R. and H.A. Amer, 2010. Applied investigation on ovarian inactivity in buffalo-heifers. Int. J. Acad. Res., 2: 200-250.
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14:   Ahmed, W.M., J.A. Al-Jakee, F.R. El-Seedy, K.I. El-Ekhnawy and A.S.I. El-Moez, 2007. Vaginal bacterial profile of buffalo-cows in relation to ovarian activity. Global Vet., 1: 1-8.
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15:   Ahmed, W.M., M.M. Bashandy, A.K. Ibrahim, S.I.A. Shalaby, A.S.I. El-Moez, F.M. El-Moghazy and S.R. Ibrahim, 2010. Investigations on delayed Puberty in Egyptian buffalo-heifers with emphasis on clinicopathological changes and treatment using GnRH (Receptal®). Global Vet., 4: 78-85.
16:   Ahmed, W.M., M.M. Zaabal and A.A.R. El-Hameed, 2010. Relationship between ovarian activity and blood lead concentration in cows and buffaloes with emphases on gene frequencies of hemoglobin. Global J. Biotechnol. Biochem., 5: 1-5.
17:   Ahmed, W.M., S.I.A. El-Moez and G.M. Nabil, 2008. Observations on sub-clinical mastitis in buffalo-cows with emphasis on measuring of mlk electrical resistance for its early detection. Global Vet., 2: 41-45.
18:   Ahmed, W.M., S.M. Habeeb, F.M. El-Moghazy and E.M. Hanafi, 2009. Observation on pediculosis in buffalo-cows with emphasis on its impact on ovarian activity and control by herbal remedies. World Applied Sci. J., 6: 1128-1138.
19:   Ali, A.H. and W.M. Ahmed, 2015. Impact of post partum due care on fertility in farm animals. Global Vet., 15: 169-174.
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20:   Bekele, N., M. Addis, N. Abdela and W.M. Ahmed, 2016. Pregnancy diagnosis in cattle for fertility management: A review. Global Vet., 16: 355-364.
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21:   El-Hameed, A.A.R., W.M. Ahmed, K.I. El-Ekhnawy and H.H. El-Khadrawy, 2009. Strategy trials for prevention of retained fetal membranes in a Friesian herd in Egypt. Global Vet., 3: 63-68.
22:   El-Jakee, J.K., W.M. Ahmed, F.R. El-Seedy and S.I.A. El-Moez, 2008. Bacterial profile of the genital tract in female-buffalo during the different reproductive stages. Global Vet., 2: 7-14.
23:   El-Khadrawy, H.H., F.M. El-Moghazy, M.M.A. El-Aziz and W.M. Ahmed, 2008. Field investigations on the correlation between ovarian activity and fascioliosis in buffalo-cows. American-Eurasian J. Agric. Environ. Sci., 3: 539-546.
24:   El-Khadrawy, H.H., W.M. Ahmed, M.M. Zaabal and E.M. Hanafi, 2015. Lights on drugs used for treatment of ovarian disorders in farm animals. Global Vet., 14: 393-399.
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25:   El-Khadrawy, H.H., W.M. Ahmed, M.M. Zaabal and E.M. Hanafi, 2015. Strategies for diagnosis and treatment of uterine infection in bovines. Global Vet., 15: 98-105.
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26:   El-Moez, A.S.I., W.M. Ahmed, J.K. El-Jakee and F.R. El-Seedy, 2007. The first Egyptian buffalo calf born through non surgical embryo recovery and transfer. Proceedings of the 14th International Conference Biotechnology in Animal Reproduction, August 6-7, 2007, Vietnam Academy of Sciences and Technology, pp: 60-61.
27:   Fikadu, W., D. Tegegne, N. Abdela and W.M. Ahmed, 2016. Milk fever and its economic consequences in dairy cows: A review. Global Vet., 16: 441-452.
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28:   Ghazy, A.A., W.M. Ahmed, M.A. Mahmoud and L.A. Ahmed, 2007. Prevalence of infectious bovine rhinotracheitis and bovine viral diarrhoea viruses in female buffaloes with reproductive disorders and parasitic infections. Int. J. Dairy Sci., 2: 339-347.
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29:   Hanafi, E.M., W.M. Ahmed, M.M. Zaabal and H.H. El-Khadrawy, 2014. Genomics control of folliculogenesis in animals with rmphasis to buffaloes. Global Veterinaria, 13: 680-689.
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30:   Hanafi, E.M., W.M. Ahmed, M.M. Zaabal and H.H. El-Khadrawy, 2015. Quorum quenching: Unexplored strategy to control animal genital tract bacterial infection. Middle-East J. Sci. Res., 23: 1954-1962.
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31:   Hanafi, E.M., W.M. Ahmed, S.I.A. El-Moez, H.H. El-Khadrawy and A.R.A. El-Hameed, 2008. Effect of clinical endometritis on ovarian activity and oxidative stress status in Egyptian buffalo-cows. Am. Eurasian J. Agric. Environ. Sci., 4: 530-536.
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32:   Hassanain, N.A. and W.M. Ahmed, 2008. Occupational exposure of buffalo gynecologists to zoonotic bacterial diseases. Res. J. Microbiol., 3: 17-23.
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33:   Mohamed, A.A., W.M. Ahmed, H.M. Eissa, A.A. El-Menoufy and R.I. Sheshtawy, 2008. Investigations on semen preservation of native purebred Egyptian bulls. Proceedings of 4th International Conference Veterinary Research Division, December 26-28, 2008, NRC., pp: 211-213.
34:   Othman, O.E., W.M. Ahmed, E.A. Balabel, M.M. Zaabal, H.H. El Khadrawy and E.M. Hanafi, 2014. Genetic polymorphism of CYP19 gene and its association with ovarian activity in Egyptian buffaloes. Global Veterinaria, 12: 768-773.
35:   Saber, Y.H., A.A. Seida, R.S. Ragab, E.A. Balabel, E.M. Hanafi and W.M. Ahmed, 2017. Oxidant/antioxidant status and cyp19 gene polymorphism in crossbred cows in relation to ovarian inactivity. Global Vet., 18: 14-19.
36:   Teshome, E., A. Kebede, N. Abdela and W.M. Ahmed, 2016. Ovarian cyst and its economic impact in dairy farms: A review. Global Vet., 16: 461-471.
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37:   Tucho, T.T. and W.M. Ahmed, 2017. Economic and reproductive impacts of retained placenta in dairy cows. J. Reprod. Infertility, 8: 18-27.
38:   Zaabal, M.M. and W.M. Ahmed, 2008. Monitoring of some reproductive parameters in local Egyptian Friesian cows with emphasis on the use of immunogenetic analysis for evaluation of fertility. Global J. Mol. Sci., 3: 21-26.
39:   Zaabal, M.M. and W.M. Ahmed, 2017. The role of transferrin allele in resistance to brucellosis in camels (Camelus dromedaries). Global Vet., 18: 1-4.
40:   Zaabal, M.M., W.M. Ahmed, E.M. Hanafi and H.H. El Khadrawy, 2016. Observations on brucellosis in male camels (Camelus dromedaries) with emphasis on genetic polymorphism of some blood protein loci. Middle-East J. Sci. Res., 24: 3121-3124.
41:   Zaabal, M.M., W.M. Ahmed, E.M. Hanafi and H.H. El-Khadrawy, 2014. Ovarian activity in purebred Arabian Mares in relation to some blood protein gene markers. World Applied Sc. J., 32: 2017-2019.
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42:   Zaabal, M.M., W.M. Ahmed, E.M. Hanafi and H.S. Elkhadrawy, 2015. Further contribution on correlation coefficients among gene markers of some blood proteins in fertile purebred arabian mares. Int. J. Genet., 5: 15-17.
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43:   Zaher, K.S. and W.M. Ahmed, 2008. Impact of foot and mouth disease on oxidative status and ovarian activity in Egyptian buffaloes. World J. Zool., 3: 1-7.
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44:   Zaher, K.S. and W.M. Ahmed, 2014. Bovine Leukemia virus infection in dairy cows in Egypt. Acad. J. Cancer Res., 7: 126-130.
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45:   Zaher, K.S. and W.M. Ahmed, 2014. Isolation and identification of field isolate of Peste des petits ruminants virus in Egypt. Global Veterinaria, 12: 667-672.
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46:   Zaher, K.S. and W.M. Ahmed, 2014. The role of foot and mouth disease outbreak in 2012 on Egyptian small ruminants and pigs. Global Veterinaria, 12: 583-587.
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47:   Zaher, K.S. and W.M. Ahmed, 2015. Molecular characterization of bluetongue disease. Middle-East J. Sci. Res., 23: 2689-2694.
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48:   Zaher, K.S. and W.M. Ahmed, 2015. Observations on the epidemiology of bluetongue disease. Global Vet., 14: 800-804.
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49:   Zaher, K.S. and W.M. Ahmed, 2016. DNA vaccines against viral diseases of aquaculture. Adv. Biol. Res., 10: 20-20.
50:   Zaher, K.S. and W.M. Ahmed, 2016. The role of DNA vaccine as a control measure for viral diseases. World Applied Sci. J., 34: 1639-1642.
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51:   Zaher, K.S., W.M. Ahmed and S.N. Zerizer, 2008. Observations on the biological effects of black cumin seed (Nigella sativa) and green tea (Camellia sinensis). Global Vet., 2: 198-204.
52:   Zaher, K.S., W.M. Ahmed, S.M. Syame and H.M. El-Hewairy, 2008. Detection of health hazard- food born viruses in animal products anticipated for human consumption. Global Vet., 2: 192-197.