Hi, I am Osama Badri Mohammed, My LiveDNA is 249.500
 
   
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Dr. Osama Badri Mohammed
 
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Veterinary Sciences from Kingston University, U.K.
 
Institute: King Khalid Wildlife Research Centre, Saudi Arabia
 
Area of Interest: Animal and Veterinary Sciences
  •   Molecular Biology
  •   Pathology
  •   Animal Conservation
  •   Epidemiology
 
URL: http://livedna.org/249.500
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Abu Elzein, E.M.E., M.A. Sandouka, A.I. Al-Afaleq, O.B. Mohammed and J.R.B. Flamand, 1998. Arbovirus infection ruminants Al-Rub Al-Khali desert. Vet. Rec., 142: 196-197.
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2:   Al-Shaikh, M.A.A., A.I. Al-Haidry, R.S. Al-Jumaah, O.B. Mohammed, M.M. Korashi, S.A. Omer, A.R. Gar EINabi and M.F. Hussein, 2007. First detection of Brucella abortus in camel serum in Saudi Arabia using the polymerase chain reaction. J. Applied Animal Res., 31: 149-152.
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3:   Ellis, J.T., D.A. Morrison, S. Liddell, M.C. Jenkins, O.B. Mohammed, C. Ryce and J.P. Dubey, 1999. The genus hammondia is paraphyleteic. Parasitology, 118: 357-362.
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4:   Hammond, R.L., W. Macasero, B. Flores, O.B. Mohammed, T. Wacher and M.W. Bruford, 2001. Phylogenetic re-analysis of the Saudi gazelle, Gazella saudiya and its implications for conservation. Conserv. Biol., 15: 1123-1133.
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5:   Hussein, H.S. and O.B. Mohammed, 1992. Eimeria rheemi sp. (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from the Arabian sand gazelle, Gazella subgutturosa marica (Artiodactyla: Bovidae) in Saudi Arabia. J. Helminthological Soc. Washington, 59: 190-194.
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6:   Kock, R.A., P.S. Soorae and O.B. Mohammed, 2007. Role of veterinarians in re-introductions. Int. Zoo Year Book, 41: 24-37.
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7:   Mohammed, O. B., S.A. Omer, and M.A. Sandouka, 2007. The efficacy of Ivermectin and Levamisole against natural Nematodirus spathiger infection in the arabian sand gazelle (Gazella subgutturosa marica) and the arabian mountian gazelle (Gazella Gazella) in Saudi Arabia. Vet. Parasitol., 150: 170-173.
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8:   Mohammed, O.B. and H.S. Hussein, 1992. Idmii eimeria n. sp. (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from the arabian mountain gazelle, Gazella gazella in Saudi Arabia. J. Helminth. Soc. Washington, 59: 120-124.
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9:   Mohammed, O.B. and H.S. Hussein, 1994. Antibody prevalence of toxoplasmosis in Arabian gazelles and oryx in Saudi Arabia. J. Wildlife Dis., 30: 560-562.
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10:   Mohammed, O.B. and J.R. Flamand, 1996. Experimental infection of Arabian sand gazelle, Gazella subgutturosa marica with Eimeria rheemi. J. Parasitol., 82: 356-357.
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11:   Mohammed, O.B., A. Davies, H.S. Hussein, P. Dazsak and J.T. Ellis, 2003. Hammondia heydorni from the arabian mountain gazelle and red fox in Saudi Arabia. J. Parasitol., 89: 535-539.
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12:   Mohammed, O.B., A.J. Davies, H.S. Hussein and P. Daszak, 2000. Sarcocystis infections in gazelles at the king khalid wildlife research center, Saudi Arabia. Vet Rec., 146: 218-221.
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13:   Mohammed, O.B., H.S. Hussein and E.E. Elowni, 1988. The ant, Pachycondyla sennaarensis (Mayr) as an intermediate host for the poultry cestode, Raillietina tetragona (Molin). Vet. Res. Commun., 12: 325-327.
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14:   Rietkerk, F.E., J.F.T. Griffin, B. Wood, S. Mubarak and E. Delima et al., 1992. Treatment of bovine tuberculosis in an Arabian oryx. J. Zoo Wildlife Med., 24: 523-527.