Dr. Islam  M. Saadeldin

Dr. Islam M. Saadeldin

Associate Professor
King Saud University, Saudi Arabia


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Veterinary Medicine from Seoul National University, Korea

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Biography

Dr. Islam M. Saadeldin is currently working as Lecturer of Physiology at Zagazig University. He obtained his Ph.D. in Physiology from Seoul National University, Korea. His main area of interest related to Reproductive Physiology, Assiste Reproductive Techniques, Animal Cloning and Tran Genesis. His area of expertise includes Embryos, Assisted Reproductive Technology, Animal Cloning, Knockout Models, Oocyte Culture, Embryo Culture, Reproductive Endocrinology, Stem Cell Culture, Transgenic Animal, Gene Regulation and Expression, In Vitro Embryo production, Embryonic Stem Cell, Embryo Biotechnology, In Vitro Fertilization, In Vitro Fertilization, and Transfection, and DNA Transfection. He has published 23 articles in journals and 4 papers in conferences and 1 patent contributed as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Animal and Veterinary Sciences
100%
Reproductive Physiology
62%
Animal Cloning
90%
Transgenesis
75%
Embryo
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Wasef, L.G., H.M. Shaheen, Y.S. El-Sayed, T.I.A. Shalaby and D.H. Samak et al., 2019. Effects of silver nanoparticles on burn wound healing in a mouse model. Biol. Trace Elem. Res., (In Press). 10.1007/s12011-019-01729-z.
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  2. Taha, A.E., S.S. Hassan, R.S. Shewita, A.A. El-Seidy and M.E. Abd El-Hack et al., 2019. Effects of supplementing broiler diets with coriander seed powder on growth performance, blood haematology, ileum microflora and economic efficiency. J. Anim. Physiol. Anim. Nutr., 103: 1474-1483.
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  3. Taha, A.E., O.A. AbdAllah, K.M. Attia, R.E. Abd El-Karim and M.E. Abd El-Hack et al., 2019. Does in ovo injection of two chicken strains with royal jelly impact hatchability, post-hatch growth performance and haematological and immunological parameters in hatched chicks? Animals, Vol. 9, No. 8. 10.3390/ani9080486.
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  4. Swelum, A.A.A., I.M. Saadeldin, S.A. Abdelnour, H. Ba-Awadh, M.E. Abd El-Hack and A.M. Sheiha, 2019. Relationship between concentrations of macro and trace elements in serum and follicular, oviductal and uterine fluids of the dromedary camel (Camelus dromedarius). Trop. Anim. Health Prod., (In Press). 10.1007/s11250-019-02137-0.
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  5. Swelum, A.A.A., I.M. Saadeldin, H. Ba-Awadh, M.G. Al-Mutary and A.F. Moumen, A.N. Alowaimer and H. Abdalla, 2019. Efficiency of commercial egg yolk-free and egg yolk-supplemented tris-based extenders for dromedary camel semen cryopreservation. Animals, Vol. 9, No. 11. 10.3390/ani9110999.
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  6. Swelum, A.A.A., I.M. Saadeldin, A.F. Moumen, M. Ali, H. Ba-Awadh and A.N. Alowaimer, 2019. Effects of long-term controlled internal drug release reuse on reproductive performance, hormone profiles and economic profit of sheep. Rev. Bras. Zootec., Vol. 48. 10.1590/rbz4820180085.
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  7. Swelum, A.A., I.M. Saadeldin, A.E. Noreldin, H.A. Tukur, A.M.Abdelazim, M.M. Abomughaid and A.N. Alowaimer, 2019. Isolation and culture of skin-derived differentiated and stem-like cells obtained from the Arabian camel (Camelus dromedaries). Animals, Vol. 9. 10.3390/ani9060378.
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  8. Swelum, A.A., I. Saadeldin, H. Ba-Awadh, M. Al-Mutary and A.N. Alowaimer, 2019. Effect of short artificial lighting and low temperature in housing rooms during non-rutting season on reproductive parameters of male dromedary camels. Theriogenology, 131: 133-139.
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  9. Soomro, R.N., M.E. Abd El-Hack, S.S. Shah, A.E. Taha and M. Alagawany et al., 2019. Impact of restricting feed and probiotic supplementation on growth performance, mortality and carcass traits of meat-type quails. Anim. Sci. J., 90: 1388-1395.
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  10. Sedeik, M.E., A.R. Elbestawy, N.A. El-Shall, M.E. Abd El-Hack, I.M. Saadeldin and A.A. Swelum, 2019. Comparative efficacy of commercial inactivated Newcastle disease virus vaccines against Newcastle disease virus genotype VII in broiler chickens. Poult. Sci., 98: 2000-2007.
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  11. Saadeldin, I.M., A.A.A. Swelum, M. Elsafadi, A. Mahmood, S.H. Yaqoob, M. Alfayez and A.N. Alowaimer, 2019. Effects of all-trans retinoic acid on the in vitro maturation of camel (Camelus dromedaries) cumulus-oocyte complexes. J. Reprod. Dev., 65: 215-221.
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  12. Saadeldin, I.M., A.A.A. Swelum, M. Elsafadi, A. Mahmood and A. Osama et al., 2019. Thermotolerance and plasticity of camel somatic cells exposed to acute and chronic heat stress. J. Adv. Res., (In Press). 10.1016/j.jare.2019.11.009.
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  13. Saadeldin, I.M., A.A.A. Swelum, H.A. Tukur and A.N. Alowaimer, 2019. Thermotolerance of camel (Camelus dromedarius) somatic cells affected by the cell type and the dissociation method. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 26: 29490-29496.
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  14. Saadeldin, I.M., A.A.A. Swelum and A.N. Alowaimer, 2019. In Vitro Culture of Camelid Embryos. In: Comparative Embryo Culture, Herrick, J. (Ed.)., Humana Press, New York, ISBN: 978-1-4939-9565-3, pp: 209-218.
  15. Nasr, M.A.F., H. Mohammed, R.A. Hassan, A.A. Swelum and I.M. Saadeldin, 2019. Does light intensity affect the behavior, welfare, performance, meat quality, amino acid profile and egg quality of Japanese quails? Poult. Sci., 98: 3093-3102.
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  16. Mahgoub, S.A.M., M.E. Abd El-Hack, I.M. Saadeldin, M.A. Hussein, A.A. Swelum and M. Alagawany, 2019. Impact of Rosmarinus officinalis cold-pressed oil on health, growth performance, intestinal bacterial populations and immunocompetence of Japanese quail. Poult. Sci., 98: 2139-2149.
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  17. Kishawy, A.T.Y., S.A. Amer, M.E. Abd El-Hack, I.M. Saadeldin and A.A. Swelum, 2019. The impact of dietary linseed oil and pomegranate peel extract on broiler growth, carcass traits, serum lipid profile and meat fatty acid, phenol and flavonoid contents. Asian-Australas. J. Anim. Sci., 32: 1161-1171.
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  18. Hussein, M.M.A., H.A. Elsadaawy, A. El-Murr, M.M. Ahmed and A.M. Bedawy et al., 2019. Endosulfan toxicity in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) and the use of lycopene as an ameliorative agent. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. Part C: Toxicol. Pharmacol., Vol. 224. 10.1016/j.cbpc.2019.108573.
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  19. Hussein, M.M., M.E. Abd El-Hack, S.A. Mahgoub, I.M. Saadeldin and A.A. Swelum, 2019. Effects of clove (Syzygium aromaticum) oil on quail growth, carcass traits, blood components, meat quality and intestinal microbiota. Poult. Sci., 98: 319-329.
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  20. Hussein, M.M., E. Gad, M.M. Ahmed, A.H. Arisha and H.F. Mahdy et al., 2019. Amelioration of titanium dioxide nanoparticle reprotoxicity by the antioxidants morin and rutin. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 26: 29074-29084.
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  21. Hussein, M.A., H.A. Ali, B.A. Abd El-Rhman, T.N. Morcoss and A.E. Fakhr et al., 2019. Efficacy of Montanide (IMS 3015) as an adjuvant for an inactivated Rift Valley fever (RVF) vaccine in sheep. Acta Trop., 190: 193-203.
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  22. Hussein, E.O.S., G.M. Suliman, A.N. Al-Owaimer, S.H. Ahmed and A.M. Abudabos et al., 2019. Effects of stock, sex and muscle type on carcass characteristics and meat quality attributes of parent broiler breeders and broiler chickens. Poult. Sci., 98: 6586-6592.
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  23. Hassan, F., E. Roushdy, A. Kishawy, A. Zaglool, H. Tukur and I. Saadeldin, 2019. Growth performance, antioxidant capacity, lipid-related transcript expression and the economics of broiler chickens fed different levels of rutin. Animals, Vol. 9, No. 1. 10.3390/ani9010007.
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  24. Farghly, M.F.A., M.E. Abd El-Hack, M. Alagawany, I.M. Saadeldin and A.A. Swelum, 2019. Ameliorating deleterious effects of heat stress on growing Muscovy ducklings using feed withdrawal and cold water. Poult. Sci., 98: 251-259.
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  25. Ellakany, H.F., A.R. Elbestawy, H.S. Abd-Elhamid, A.R. Gado and A.A. Nassar et al., 2019. Effect of experimental Ornithobacterium rhinotracheale infection along with live infectious bronchitis vaccination in broiler chickens. Poult. Sci., 98: 105-111.
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  26. Ellakany, H.F., A.R. Elbestawy, H.S. Abd El-Hamid, R.E. Zedan and A.R. Gado et al., 2019. Role of pigeons in the transmission of avian avulavirus (Newcastle disease-genotype VIId) to chickens. Animals, Vol. 9, No. 6. 10.3390/ani9060338.
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  27. Elbestawy, A.R., H.F. Ellakany, H.S. Abd El-Hamid, R.E. Zedan and A.R. Gado et al., 2019. Muscovy ducks infected with velogenic Newcastle disease virus (genotype VIId) act as carriers to infect in-contact chickens. Poult. Sci., 98: 4441-4448.
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  28. Ashour, E.A., M.E. Abd El-Hack, M.M. El-Hindawy, A.I. Attia and A.O. Osman et al., 2019. Impacts of dietary inclusion of dried brewers' grains on growth, carcass traits, meat quality, nutrient digestibility and blood biochemical indices of broilers. S. Afr. J. Anim. Sci., 49: 573-584.
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  29. Ashour, E.A., M.E. Abd El-Hack, M. Alagawany, A.A. Swelum and A.O. Osman et al., 2019. Use of whey protein concentrates in broiler diets. J. Applied Poult. Res., 28: 1078-1088.
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  30. Arif, M., Z. Hayat, M.E. Abd El-Hack, M. Saeed and H.M. Imran et al., 2019. Impacts of supplementing broiler diets with a powder mixture of black cumin, Moringa and chicory seeds. S. Afr. J. Anim. Sci., 49: 564-572.
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  31. Abouelnour, A., A. Noreldin and I.M. Saadeldin, 2019. Hsp90 is a Pivotal Player in Retinal Disease and Cancer. In: Heat Shock Protein 90 in Human Diseases and Disorders, Asea, A.A.A. and P. Kaur (Eds.). Springer, Cham, Switzerland, ISBN: 978-3-030-23157-6, pp: 183-200.
  32. Abdelnour, S.A., M.E. Abd El-Hack, A.A. Swelum, I.M. Saadeldin and A.E. Noreldin et al., 2019. The usefulness of retinoic acid supplementation on the in vitro embryos production of livestock. Animals, Vol. 9. 10.3390/ani9080561.
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  33. Taha, A.E., A.S. El-Tahawy, M.E. Abd El-Hack, A.A. Swelum and I.M. Saadeldin, 2018. Impacts of various storage periods on egg quality, hatchability, post-hatching performance and economic benefit analysis of two breeds of quail. Poult. Sci., 98: 777-784.
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  34. Swelum, A.A.A., I.M. Saadeldin, M.B. Alanazi, H. Ba-Awadh, M. Afifi and A.N. Alowaimer, 2018. Effects of adding egg yolks of different avian species to Tris glycerol extender on the post-thawing quality of buck semen. Anim. Reprod. Sci., 195: 345-354.
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  35. Swelum, A.A.A., I.M. Saadeldin, H. Ba-Awadh and A.N. Alowaimer, 2018. Shortened daily photoperiod during the non-breeding season can improve the reproductive performance of camel bulls (Camelus dromedaries). Anim. Reprod. Sci., 195: 334-344.
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  36. Swelum, A.A.A., I.M. Saadeldin, H. Ba-Awadh and A.N. Alowaimer, 2018. Effects of melatonin implants on the reproductive performance and endocrine function of camel (Camelus dromedaries) bulls during the non-breeding and subsequent breeding seasons. Theriogenology, 119: 18-27.
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  37. Swelum, A.A.A., I.M. Saadeldin, A.F. Moumen, M.A. Ali, H. Ba-Awadh and A.N. Alowaimer, 2018. Efficacy of using previously used Controlled Internal Drug Release (CIDR) insert on the reproductive performance, hormone profiles and economic measures of sheep. Reprod. Domest. Anim., 53: 1114-1122.
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  38. Swelum, A.A.A., I.M. Saadeldin, A.F. Moumen, M.A. Ali and A.N. Alowaimer, 2018. Efficacy of Controlled Internal Drug Release (CIDR) treatment durations on the reproductive performance, hormone profiles and economic profit of Awassi ewes. Small Rumin. Res., 166: 47-52.
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  39. Swelum, A.A.A., I.M. Saadeldin, A. Moumen, H. Ba-Awadh and A.N. Alowaimer, 2018. Efficient follicular wave synchronization using a progesterone-releasing intravaginal device (PRIDΔ) in Camelus dromedaries. Theriogenology, 118: 203-211.
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  40. Swelum, A.A., I. Saadeldin, M. Bahady, M. Afifi, M. Al-Mutary and A.N. Alowaimer, 2018. The effect of heterologous seminal plasma of ram, buck, or camel on the freezability of ram semen. Vet. Med., 63: 500-512.
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  41. Saadeldin, I.M., M.A. Hussein, A.H. Suleiman, M.G. Abohassan and M.M. Ahmed et al., 2018. Ameliorative effect of ginseng extract on phthalate and bisphenol A reprotoxicity during pregnancy in rats. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 25: 21205-21215.
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  42. Saadeldin, I.M., A.A.A. Swelum, M. Elsafadi, A. Mahmood, M. Alfayez and A.N. Alowaimer, 2018. Differences between the tolerance of camel oocytes and cumulus cells to acute and chronic hyperthermia. J. Thermal Biol., 74: 47-54.
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  43. Saadeldin, I.M., A.A.A. Swelum, M. Elsafadi, A. Mahmood, M. Alfayez and A.N. Alowaimer, 2018. Cumulus cells of camel (Camelus dromedaries) antral follicles are multipotent stem cells. Theriogenology, 118: 233-242.
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  44. Saadeldin, I.M., A.A.A. Swelum, F.A. Alzahrani and A.N. Alowaimer, 2018. The current perspectives of dromedary camel stem cells research. Int. J. Vet. Sci. Med., (In Press). 10.1016/j.ijvsm.2018.01.002.
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  45. Saadeldin, I.M., A.A.A. Swelum, A.M. Abdelazim and E.A. Almadaly, 2018. Effect of kisspeptin on the developmental competence and early transcript expression in porcine oocytes parthenogenetically activated with different methods. BioMed Res. Int., Vol. 2018. 10.1155/2018/3693602.
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  46. Saadeldin, I.M. and G. Jang, 2018. Sex differences in single IVF-derived bovine embryo cultured in chemically defined medium. Int. J. Vet. Sci. Med., (In Press). 10.1016/j.ijvsm.2018.01.003.
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  47. Kishawy, A.T.Y., S.A. Amer, A. Osman, S.A.M. Elsayed and M.E. Abd El-Hack et al., 2018. Impacts of supplementing growing rabbit diets with whey powder and citric acid on growth performance, nutrient digestibility, meat and bone analysis and gut health. AMB Express, Vol. 8, No. 1. 10.1186/s13568-018-0617-0.
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  48. Farghly, M.F.A., M.E. Abd El-Hack, M. Alagawany, I.M. Saadeldin and A.A. Swelum, 2018. Wet feed and cold water as heat stress modulators in growing Muscovy ducklings. Poult. Sci., 97: 1588-1594.
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  49. Ellakany, H.F., A.R. Gado, A.R. Elbestawy, H.S. Abd El-Hamid and H.M. Hafez et al., 2018. Interaction between avian influenza subtype H9N2 and Newcastle disease virus vaccine strain (LaSota) in chickens. BMC Vet. Res., Vol. 14. 10.1186/s12917-018-1689-4.
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  50. Arif, M., A. Rehman, M.E. Abd El-Hack, M. Saeed and F. Khan et al., 2018. Growth, carcass traits, cecal microbial counts and blood chemistry of meat-type quail fed diets supplemented with humic acid and black cumin seeds. Asian-Australas. J. Anim. Sci., 31: 1930-1938.
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  51. Alzahrani, F.A., S. Alkarim and I.M. Saadeldin, 2018. Ameliorative effect of mesenchymal stem cells-derived exosomes on diethylnitrosamine-induced liver injury in albino rats. Int. J. Pharmacol., 14: 1128-1135.
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  52. Alzahrani, F.A., M.A. El-Magd, A. Abdelfattah-Hassan, A.A. Saleh, I.M. Saadeldin, E.S. El-Shetry, A.A. Badawy and S. Al-Karim, 2018. Potential effect of exosomes derived from cancer stem cells and MSCs on progression of DEN-induced HCC in rats. Stem Cell. Int., Vol. 2018. 10.1155/2018/8058979.
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  53. Alagawany, M., M.E. Abd El-Hack, M.R. Farag, S.S. Elnesr, M.S. El-Kholy, I.M. Saadeldin and A.A. Swelum, 2018. Dietary supplementation of Yucca schidigera extract enhances productive and reproductive performances, blood profile, immune function and antioxidant status in laying Japanese quails exposed to lead in the diet. Poult. Sci., 97: 3126-3137.
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  54. Alagawany, M., M.E. Abd El-Hack, A.A. Al-Sagheer, M.A. Naiel, I.M. Saadeldin and A.A. Swelum, 2018. Dietary cold pressed watercress and coconut oil mixture enhances growth performance, intestinal microbiota, antioxidant status and immunity of growing rabbits. Animals, Vol. 8, No. 11. 10.3390/ani8110212.
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  55. Abdelnour, S., M. Alagawany, M.E. Abd El-Hack, A.M. Sheiha, I.M. Saadeldin and A.A. Swelum, 2018. Growth, carcass traits, blood hematology, serum metabolites, immunity and oxidative indices of growing rabbits fed diets supplemented with red or black pepper oils. Animals, Vol. 8, No. 10. 10.3390/ani8100168.
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  56. Abdelazim, A.M., I.M. Saadeldin, A.A.A. Swelum, M.M. Afifi and A. Alkaladi, 2018. Oxidative stress in the muscles of the fish Nile tilapia caused by zinc oxide nanoparticles and its modulation by vitamins C and E. Oxid. Med. Cell. Longevity, Vol. 2018. 10.1155/2018/6926712.
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  57. Abdel-Latif, M.A., M.E. Abd El-Hack, A.A. Swelum, I.M. Saadeldin and A.R. Elbestawy et al., 2018. Single and combined effects of Clostridium butyricum and Saccharomyces cerevisiae on growth indices, intestinal health and immunity of broilers. Animals, Vol. 8, No. 10. 10.3390/ani8100184.
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  58. Abd El-Hack, M.E., S.A. Mahgoub, M.M. Hussein and I.M. Saadeldin, 2018. Improving growth performance and health status of meat-type quail by supplementing the diet with black cumin cold-pressed oil as a natural alternative for antibiotics. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 25: 1157-1167.
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  59. Yaqoob, S.H., I.M. Saadeldin, A.A.A. Swelum and A.N. Alowaimer, 2017. Optimizing camel (Camelus dromedarius) oocytes in vitro maturation and early embryo culture after parthenogenetic activation. Small Rumin. Res., 153: 81-86.
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  60. Swelum, A.A.A., I.M. Saadeldin, H.A. Zaher, S.A. Alsharifi and A.N. Alowaimer, 2017. Effect of sexual excitation on testosterone and nitric oxide levels of water buffalo bulls (Bubalus bubalis) with different categories of sexual behavior and their correlation with each other. Anim. Reprod. Sci., 181: 151-158.
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  61. Swelum, A.A., I.M. Saadeldin, A.N. Alowaimer, A. Mahmoud and M.A. Abouheif, 2017. Impacts of restricted feeding and realimentation on bone development and plasma concentrations of bone-specific biomarkers in lambs. J. Anim. Feed Sci., 26: 116-122.
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  62. Saadeldin, I.M., A.A.A. Swelum, S.H. Yaqoob and A.N. Alowaimer, 2017. Morphometric assessment of in vitro matured dromedary camel oocytes determines the developmental competence after parthenogenetic activation. Theriogenology, 95: 141-148.
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  63. Saadeldin, I.M., A.A.A. Swelum, M. Elsafadi, A.F. Moumen and F.A. Alzahrani et al., 2017. Isolation and characterization of the trophectoderm from the Arabian camel (Camelus dromedarius). Placenta, 57: 113-122.
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  64. Saadeldin, I.M., A. Abdelfattah-Hassan and A.A.A. Swelum, 2017. Feeder cell type affects the growth of in vitro cultured bovine trophoblast cells. BioMed Res. Int., Vol. 2017. 10.1155/2017/1061589.
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  65. Kim, G.A., J.X. Jin, S. Lee, A. Taweechaipaisankul and H.J. Oh et al., 2017. Postneonatal mortality and liver changes in cloned pigs associated with human tumor necrosis factor receptor I-Fc and human heme oxygenase-1 overexpression. BioMed Res. Int., Vol. 2017. 10.1155/2017/5276576.
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  66. Almadaly, E.A., M.E. El-Sharawy, M.S. Atta, F.A. Farrag, M.S. Gewaily, I.M. Saadeldin and T. Murase, 2017. Desalted and lyophilized seminal plasma increases protein tyrosine-phosphorylation of frozen-thawed bull spermatozoa incubated with a cell-permeable cyclic AMP (cAMP) analog (cBiMPS). Jpn. J. Vet. Res., 65: 113-126.
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  67. Abd El-Hack, M.E., K. Mahrose, M. Arif, M.T. Chaudhry and I.M. Saadeldin et al., 2017. Alleviating the environmental heat burden on laying hens by feeding on diets enriched with certain antioxidants (vitamin E and selenium) individually or combined. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 24: 10708-10717.
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  68. Saadeldin, I.M., C. Khoirinaya, S.J. Kim, J.H. Moon, E. Almadaly and B.C. Lee, 2016. Blastocysts derivation from somatic cell fusion with premature oocytes (prematuration somatic cell fusion). Dev. Growth Differ., 58: 157-166.
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  69. Kang, J.T., J.H. Moon, J.Y. Choi, S.J. Park, S.J. Kim, I.M. Saadeldin and B.C. Lee, 2016. Effect of antioxidant flavonoids (quercetin and taxifolin) on in vitro maturation of porcine oocytes. Asian-Australas. J. Anim. Sci., 29: 352-358.
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  70. Hussein, M., H.A. Ali, I.M. Saadeldin and M.M. Ahmed, 2016. Querectin alleviates zinc oxide nanoreprotoxicity in male albino rats. J. Biochem. Mol. Toxicol., 30: 489-496.
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  71. Almadaly, E.A., F.A. Farrag, I.M. Saadeldin, M.A. El-Magd and I.M.A. El-Razek, 2016. Relationship between total protein concentration of seminal plasma and sperm characteristics of highly fertile, fertile and subfertile Barki ram semen collected by electroejaculation. Small Rumin. Res., 144: 90-99.
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  72. Abdelfattah-Hassan, A., I.M. Saadeldin and W. Ghonimi, 2016. Optimization of the isolation process of putative bovine mammary stem cells. Jpn. J. Vet. Res., 64: S65-S71.
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  73. Saadeldin, M.I., 2015. Cloning and its applications. Cloning Transgenesis, Vol. 4. 10.4172/2168-9849.1000e118.
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