Nasr, S.M., A.I. Ateya, K.M. Sadek and H.A. Radwan, 2016. Effect of genetic polymorphisms in GH/HpaII and MSTN/DraI loci on body weight in Friesian bull calves. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 19: 338-344. CrossRef | Direct Link |
Nasr, S.M., A.I. Ateya, K.M. Sadek and H.A. Radwan, 2016. TaqI polymorphism in MYF5 gene and its association with body weight in friesian bull calves. Asian J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 11: 423-428. CrossRef | Direct Link |
Mona, E.M.Y., M.A. El-Edel, S.M. Nasr, U.E. Mahrous and M.M. Aboghanima, 2016. Response of Cobb and Sasso broilers to feeding restriction and tryptophan supplementation. Alexand. J. Vet. Sci., 51: 127-134. Direct Link |
Ghanem, H.M., A.I. Ateya, Y.Y. El Seady, S.M. Nasr and N.A. El Kholy, 2016. Effect of breed, ApoVLDL-II gene polymorphism and metabolic biochemical markers on growth and body composition traits in commercial broiler breeds. Asian J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 11: 548-555. CrossRef | Direct Link |
Bazh, E.K.A., S.M. Nasr and R.S. Fadly, 2016. Molecular characterization of Fasciola hepatica infecting cattle from Egypt based on mitochondrial and nuclear ribosomal DNA sequences. Res. J. Parasitol., 11: 61-66. CrossRef | Direct Link |
Abd El Aziz, M.N., H.S. Abd El-Hamid, H.F. ElLakany, S.A. Abd El Wanis, S.M. Nasr and A.R. El Bestawy, 2016. Biological and molecular characterization of Newcastle disease virus circulating in chicken flocks, Egypt during 2014-2015. Zagazig Vet. J., 44: 9-20.
Sadek, K., T. Abouzed and S. Nasr, 2015. Lycopene modulates cholinergic dysfunction, Bcl-2/Bax balance and antioxidant enzymes gene transcripts in monosodium glutamate (E621) induced neurotoxicity in a rat model. Can. J. Physiol. Pharmacol., 94: 394-401. CrossRef | PubMed | Direct Link |
Abd El Naby, W.S.H., S.M. Nasr and R.M. Shourbela, 2015. Genetic variation among four species of tilapia and their hybrid in egypt using random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) analysis. Alexandria J. Vet. Sci., 47: 201-208. CrossRef | Direct Link |
Abdel-Rahman, S., A. El-Nahas, S. Hemeda and S. Nasr, 2013. Correlation between growth hormone gene polymorphisms and milk production trait in Holstein cattle. Appl. Cell Biol., 2: 149-152.