Dr. Sayed Ahmed Abdel-Fattah

Dr. Sayed Ahmed Abdel-Fattah

Professor
Ain Shams University, Egypt


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Animal Physiology from Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt

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Biography

Dr. Sayed Ahmed Abdel-Fattah is currently working as Professor of Poultry Physiology Ain Shams University Egypt. He obtained his PhD in Animal Physiology from same University. His main area of interest related to Animal and Poultry Physiology, Production, Reproduction, Immunity, Metabolism, Nutrition. His area of expertise includes Poultry Physiology, Serum Biochemistry, Stress, Broiler, Immunity, Hormones, Histology, Chicken, Productive Performance, Metabolism, Hens, Growth, Antioxidants, Duck, Blood, Supplements, Quail, Hematology, Vitamins, Rabbit, Reproduction, Minerals, Geese, Semen, and Pre & Probiotic. He has 31 publications in journals contributed as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Animal and Veterinary Sciences
100%
Animal Physiology
62%
Poultry Physiology
90%
Reproduction
75%
Immunity
55%

Selected Publications

  1. El-Samee, L.D.A., I. El-Wardany, S.A. Abdel-Fattah, N.A.A. El-Azeem and M.S. Elsharkawy, 2019. Dietary omega-3 and antioxidants improve long-chain omega-3 and lipid oxidation of broiler meat. Bull. National Res. Centre, 43: 45-45.
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  2. Abdel-Fattah, S.A., M.I. Shourrap and M.A. Hemida, 2018. Effect of pre- and post-hatch thermal conditioning on productive performance, some metabolic hormones and breast muscles growth of broilers chicks. Asian J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 13: 369-376.
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  3. Madkour, M., H.M. Ali, S.A. Yassein, S.A. Abdel-Fattah, H.M. El-Allawy and I. El-Wardany, 2015. Effect of dietary organic selenium supplement on growth and reproductive performance of Japanese quail breeders and their progeny and its relation to antioxidation and thyroid activity. Int. J. Poult. Sci., 14: 317-324.
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  4. Elsharkawy, M.S., I. El-Wardany, S.A. Abdel-Fattah, L.D. Abd El-Samee and N.A. Abd El-Azeem, 2015. Effect of dietary polyunsaturated fatty acids and antioxidants supplementation on productive performance, immune response and blood parameters of broiler chickens. Egypt. J. Nutr. Feeds, 18: 195-205.
  5. El-Badry, A.S.O., S.A. Abdel-Fattah and G.A.G. Moslim, 2015. Effect of early heat conditioning and lighting regime on physiological and immune responses of Muscuvy ducks during summer season. J. Anim. Poult. Prod. Mansoura Univ., 6: 163-180.
  6. Abdel-Fattah, S.A., F.B.A. Badri and I. El-Wardany, 2014. Effect of supplemental antioxidant vitamins on semen quality and some physiochemical traits in Muscovy drakes. Egypt. J. Nutr. Feed, 17: 131-139.
  7. Abdel-Fattah, S.A., E.F. El-Daly and N.G.M. Ali, 2014. Growth performance, immune response, serum metabolites and digestive enzyme activities of Japanese quail fed supplemental L-carnitine. Global Veterinaria, 12: 277-286.
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  8. Nematallah, G.M., S.A. Ibrahim, A.I. El-Faham, S.A. Abdel-Fattah and S.E.S. Farag, 2013. Nutritional and economical evaluation of using non-conventional fat sources in growing Japanese quail diets. Egypt. J. Nutr. Feed, 16: 445-452.
  9. Abdel-Fattah, S.A., 2013. Physiological, metabolic and reproductive consequences of feed deprivation in Pekin drakes. Egypt. J. Nutr. Feed, 16: 307-316.
  10. Abdel-Fattah, S.A. and S.F. Hassaan, 2013. Productive, reproductive and physiological responses of heat stressed quail hens to organic chromium and cholecalciferol supplementation. Egypt. Poult. Sci. J., 33: 491-513.
  11. Abdel-Fattah, S.A. and M.I. Shourrap, 2013. Growth, muscular proliferation and metabolic hormones expression in broiler chicks as affected by folic acid administration and embryonic thermal conditioning. Egypt. J. Nutr. Feed, 16: 295-306.
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  12. Abdel-Fattah, S.A. and A.I. Zenat, 2013. Influence of anti-heat stress agents on growth, immunity, lipid oxidation and some physiological traits in Japanese quail during hot summer season. Egypt. J. Anim. Prod., 50: 39-52.
  13. Abdel-Fattah, S.A. and M.H. El-Sanhoury, 2012. Assessment of dietary oxygen activated calcium carbonate as an alternative to antibiotic on growth performance and some physiological and histological features of broiler chicks. Egypt. J. Nutr. Feed, 15: 599-611.
  14. Hassaan, S.F., S.A. Abdel-Fattah, A.E. Elsalmoney and M.S.H. Hassan, 2009. Relationship between some serum enzyme activities, liver functions and body weight in growing local chickens. Int. J. Poult. Sci., 8: 700-705.
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  15. Mohamed, R.A., F. Abdel-Azeem, S.A. Abdel-Fattah and M.H.M. Yacout, 2008. Effect of using commercial enzymes to improve diet contained peanut hay on performance of growing rabbits. J. Agric. Sci. Mansoura Univ., 33: 4911-4925.
  16. Faisal, B.A., S.A. Abdel-Fattah, Y.M. El-Hommosany, M.F.M. Ali and N.M. Abdel-Gawad, 2008. Immunocompetence, hepatic heat shock protein 70 and physiological responses to feed restriction and heat stress in two body weight lines of Japanese quail. Int. J. Poult. Sci., 7: 174-183.
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  17. Abdel-Fattah, S.A., M.H. El-Sanhoury, N.M. El-Mednay and F. Abdel-Azeem, 2008. Thyroid activity, some blood constituents, organs morphology and performance of broiler chicks fed supplemental organic acids. Int. J. Poult. Sci., 7: 215-222.
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  18. Abdel-Fattah, S.A. and N.M. El-Medany, 2008. Phytase reduces cadmium intoxication in Japanese quails. J. Agric. Sci. Mansoura Univ., 33: 2401-2415.
  19. Ali, S.H., S.A. Abdel-Fattah and F. Abdel-Azeem, 2007. Effect of vitamin E and thyroxine on some biochemical and physiological markers of laying hens (Isa Brown strain). J. Agric. Sci., 32: 2347-2360.
  20. Abdel-Fattah, S.A., N.K. Soliman and S.F. Afifi, 2007. Effect of dietary cholecalciferol levels and gibberellic acid on productive and reproductive traits, serum profile and bone mineralization of laying quail. Egypt. Poult. Sci., 27: 785-803.
  21. Abdel-Fattah, S.A. and F. Abdel-Azeem, 2007. Effect of vitamin E, thyroxine hormone and their combination on humoral immunity, performance and some serum metabolites of laying hens in summer season. Egypt. Poult. Sci. J., 27: 335-361.
  22. Abdel-Fattah, S.A., 2006. Physiological and immunological adjustments of dietary ascorbic acid and acetyl salicylic acid in heat stressed Japanese quail. Egypt. Poult. Sci., 26: 1395-1418.
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  23. Fathi, M.M., A. Galal, S.A. El-Safty and S.A. Abdel-Fattah, 2005. Impact of naked neck and frizzle genes on cell-mediated immunity of chickens. Egypt. Poult. Sci. J., 25: 1055-1067.
  24. Abdel-Fattah, S.A., Y.M. El-Hommosany and A.F. Abdel-Azeem, 2005. Alleviating the adverse effects of summer season on performance and humoral immunity of broiler chicks using different source of fat. Egypt. Poult. Sci., 25: 279-293.
  25. Abdel-Fattah, S.A., Y.M. El-Hommosany and M.F.A. Ali, 2003. Response of quail chicks to different quantitative feed restriction regimens: Productive, immunological and physiological aspects. Egypt. Poult. Sci. J., 23: 421-440.
  26. Abdel-Fattah, S.A., Y.M. El-Hommosany, H.M. Desouky and M.F. Ali, 2000. Effect of estrogen, progesterone and their combination on the oviduct development of immature female quail. J. Agric. Sci. Mansoura Univ., 25: 739-752.