Dr. Mohamed   Ashry

Dr. Mohamed Ashry

Postdoctoral Fellow
Michigan State University, USA


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Theriogenology from Michigan State University, USA

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Biography

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Area of Interest:

Biomedical Sciences
100%
Gene Cloning
62%
Gel Electrophoresis
90%
Western Blotting
75%
Immunohistochemistry
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Waheeb, R.S., M. Ashry, A.B.A. Ali and G.M. Amrawi, 2017. Effects of oral administration of gonadotrophin stimulant (Theriogon®) on sexual behavior and semen characteristics in bulls. Asian J. Anim. Vet. Adv. .
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  2. Hand, J.M., K. Zhang, L. Wang, K. Mastrantoni and S.K. Rajput et al., 2017. Discovery of a novel oocyte-specific Kruppel-associated box domain-containing zinc finger protein required for early embryogenesis in cattle. Mech. Dev., 144: 103-112.
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  3. Fathi, M., M. Ashry, A. Salama and M.R. Badr, 2017. Developmental competence of Dromedary camel (Camelus dromedaries) oocytes selected using brilliant cresyl blue staining. Zygote, 25: 529-536.
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  4. Ashry, M., K. Lee, M. Mondal, T.K. Datta and J.K. Folger et al., 2015. Expression of TGFβ superfamily components and other markers of oocyte quality in oocytes selected by brilliant cresyl blue staining: Relevance to early embryonic development. Mol. Reprod. Dev., 82: 251-264.
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  5. Ashry, M. and G.W. Smith, 2015. Application of embryo transfer using in vitro produced embryos: Intrinsic factors affecting efficiency. Cattle Pract., 23: 1-8.
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