Dr. Mohammad Salem   Al-Harbi

Dr. Mohammad Salem Al-Harbi

Associate Professor
Taif University, Saudi Arabia


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Phycological Science from Taif University, Saudi Arabia

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Area of Interest:

Medicine
100%
Fertility
62%
Cancer Research
90%
Hematology
75%
Epidemiology
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Hamza, R.Z., M.S. Al-Harbi and N.S. El-Shenawy, 2017. Ameliorative effect of vitamin E and selenium against oxidative stress induced by sodium azide in liver, kidney, testis and heart of male mice. Biomed. Pharmacother., 91: 602-610.
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  2. Al-Harbi, M.S., 2017. Protective effect of lycopene on aspartame induced oxidative stress and histopathological changes in liver of male rats. Toxicol. Int., 24: 190-197.
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  3. Al-Harbi, M.S. and S.A.M. Amer, 2017. Ameliorative effect of selenium nanoparticles on acetaminophen hepatotoxicity in male mice. Nat. Sci., 9: 207-215.
  4. El-Shenawy, N.S. and M.S. Al-Harbi, 2016. Hormonal and organ-specific dysfunction induced by the interaction between titanium dioxide nanoparticles and salicylic acid in male mice. J. Basic Clin. Physiol. Pharmacol., 27: 425-435.
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  5. El-Shazly, S.A., M.M. Ahmed, S.A. Amer, M.S. Al-Harbi and K.M. Shoghy, 2016. Partial cloning of c-MET cDNA and its tissue distribution in Arabian camel (Camelus dromedarius). J. Camel Pract. Res., 23: 41-46.
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  6. Amer, S.A.M. and M.S. Al-Harbi, 2016. Amplification and sequencing of energy related mitochondrial genes for some domestic animals in Saudi Arabia. J. Camel Pract. Res., 23: 19-23.
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  7. Amer, S.A., M.S. Al-Harbi, D.Y. Saad, E.A. Mahdi, D.I. Saleh, M.E. Alkafafy and Y.A. Al-Zahrani, 2016. Protective role of some antioxidants on arsenic toxicity in male mice: Physiological and histopathological perspectives. Biol. Med., Vol. 8. 10.4172/0974-8369.1000266.
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  8. Al-Harbi, M.S., 2016. Hepatoprotective effect and antioxidant capacity of naringenin on arsenic-induced liver injury in rats. Int. J. Pharm. Pharmaceut. Sci., 8: 103-108.
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  9. Al-Harbi, M.S., 2016. Hematological and biochemical studies in bucks at high and low altitude. J. Int. Acad. Res. Multidisciplin., 4: 20-29.
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  10. Al-Harbi, M.S., 2016. Fipronil induced hepatotoxicity, genotoxicity, oxidative stress and the possible ameliorative effect of ginseng. Br. J. Pharmaceut. Res., 14: 1-14.
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  11. Al-Harbi, M.S. and R.Z. Hamza, 2016. Protective effect of resveratrol against spleen toxicity of nicotine in male rat: Antioxidant and histopathological approaches. Toxicol. Int., 23: 79-88.
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  12. Al-Harbi, M.S. and R.Z. Hamza, 2016. Potential ameliorative effects of selenium and chromium supplementation against toxicity and oxidative stress in streptozotocin diabetic rats. Int. J. Pharmacol., 12: 483-495.
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  13. Salama, S.A., M.S. Al-Harbi, M.S. Abdel-Bakky and H.A. Omar, 2015. Glutamyl cysteine dipeptide suppresses ferritin expression and alleviates liver injury in iron-overload rat model. Biochimie, 115: 203-211.
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  14. Hamza, R.Z. and M.S. Al-Harbi, 2015. Silymarin and Nigella sativa extract ameliorate paracetamol induced oxidative stress and renal dysfunction in male mice. Asian Pac. J. Trop. Dis., 5: S169-S174.
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  15. Hamza, R.Z. and M.S. Al-Harbi, 2015. Amelioration of paracetamol hepatotoxicity and oxidative stress on mice liver with silymarin and Nigella sativa extract supplements. Asian Pac. J. Trop. Biomed., 5: 521-531.
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  16. El-Shenawy, N.S., M.S. Al-Harbi and R.Z. Hamza, 2015. Effect of vitamin E and selenium separately and in combination on biochemical, immunological and histological changes induced by sodium azide in male mice. Exp. Toxicol. Pathol., 67: 65-76.
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  17. Dakrory, A.I., M.S. Al Harbi and A.S. Mohamed, 2015. Antioxidant role of Holothuria atra extract against nephrotoxicity induced by 7, 12-dimethylbenz (a) anthracene in male albino rats. Int. J. Adv. Res., 3: 275-287.
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  18. Al-Harbi, M.S., 2015. Ameliorative effects of silymarin and Nigella sativa extract on paracetamol induced hyperlipidemia and oxidative stress in heart tissues in male mice. J. Chem Pharmaceut. Res., 7: 925-933.
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  19. Hamza, R.Z. and M.S. Al-Harbi, 2014. Monosodium glutamate induced testicular toxicity and the possible ameliorative role of vitamin E or selenium in male rats. Toxicol. Rep., 1: 1037-1045.
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  20. Hamza, R.Z. and M.S. AL-Harbi, 2014. Sodium fluoride induced neurotoxicity and possible antioxidant role of selenium and curcumin in male mice. Biosci. Biotechnol. Res. Asia, 11: 81-87.
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  21. Ayuob, N.N., M.S. Al-Harbi and S.S. Abdulhadi, 2014. Is the chronic use of Ferula harmonis to enhance mice erectile function effective and safe? A histopathological study. Syst. Biol. Reprod. Med., 60: 282-292.
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  22. Al-Harbi, M.S., R.Z. Hamza and A.A. Dwary, 2014. Ameliorative effect of selenium and curcumin on sodium fluoride induced hepatotoxicity and oxidative stress in male mice. J. Chem. Pharm. Res., 6: 984-998.
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  23. Al-Harbi, M.S., R.Z. Hamza and A.A. Dwari, 2014. Sodium fluoride induced antioxidant defense impairment and impaired renal biomarkers and the ameliorative role of selenium and curcumin in male mice. Asian Pac. J. Trop. Dis., 4: S990-S997.
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  24. Al-Harbi, M.S., M.M. Al-Bashan and K.A.F. Abu Amrah, 2014. Impacts of feeding with Lupinus albus (White Lupin) and Lupinus termis (Egyptian Lupin) on physiological activities and histological structures of some rabbits' organs, at Taif Governorate. World J. Zool., 9: 166-177.
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  25. Al-Harbi, M.S., F.A.A.A. El-Rahman, N.S. El-Shenawy and W.M. Al-Mutrafi, 2014. The beneficial effects of ascorbic acid during chlorpyrifos-induced oxidative stress and histopathological changes in Oreochromis spilurus. Toxicol. Environ. Health Sci., 6: 203-216.
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  26. Al-Harbi, M.S., B.A. El-Deeb, N.Y. Mostafa and S.A.M. Amer, 2014. Extracellular biosynthesis of AgNPs by the bacterium Proteus mirabilis and its toxic effect on some aspects of animal physiology. Adv. Nanoparticles, 3: 83-91.
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  27. Al-Harbi, M.S., 2014. Hyperlipidemic and oxidative stress effects of sodium fluoride and the ameliorative role of selenium and curcumin in male mice. Int. J. Scient. Res., 3: 11-16.
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  28. Abdel-Rahman, G.H., A.M. Sliai and M.S. Al-Harbi, 2014. Renal toxicity in the adult male mice exposed to methyle parathion and protective role of lycopene. Res. Opin. Anim. Vet. Sci., 4: 701-706.
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  29. AL-Harbi, M.S., R.Z. Hamza and A.A. Dwary, 2014. Immunotoxic effect of sodium fluoride and the mitigating effect of selenium and curcumin in male mice. Biosci. Biotechnol. Res. Asia, 11: 27-33.
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  30. Al-Harbi, M.S., H.S. Alwagdany and S.A.M. Amer, 2013. Comparative physiological and molecular study of some sheep breeds in Saudi Arabia. Am. J. Biochem. Biotechnol., 9: 183-194.
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  31. Al-Harbi, M.S., 2013. The prevalence of new born calf-camel scours with special reflection to epidemiology, bacterial etiology and physiology processing at Taif, KSA. Assiut Vet. Med. J., 59: 139-147.
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  32. AL-Harbia, M.S., N.S. El-Shenawy and A.W. Al-Thomali, 2013. Protective effect of vitamin E on hepatic and renal functions impairment and oxidative stress induced by mercuric chloride in male mice. J. Free Radicals Antioxid., 139: 244-264.
  33. Al-Harbi, M.S., 2012. Some hematologic Values and Serum Biochemical Parameters in Male Camels (Camelus dromedarius) before and during Rut Asian J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 7: 1219-1226.
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  34. Al-Harbi, M.S. and S.A.M. Amer, 2012. Tissue-specific isoenzyme variations in Tilapia fish, Oreochromis niloticus. Nat. Resour., 3: 201-205.
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  35. Al-Harbi, M.S. and S.A.M. Amer, 2012. Preliminary comparative physiological and biochemical study of five different goat breeds inhabiting Saudi Arabia. Nat. Resour., 3: 206-212.
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  36. Al-Harbi, M.S. and S.A.M. Amer, 2012. Comparison of energy-related isoenzymes between production and racing Arabian camels. Adv. Biosci. Biotechnol., 3: 1124-1128.
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  37. Al-Harbi, M.S. and S.A. Amer, 2012. Tissue-specific isoenzyme variations in Arabian camel, Camelus dromedaries. Adv. Biosci. Biotechnol., 3: 863-868.
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  38. Abdel-Rahman, G.H., E.S.K. Abdel-Hady and M.S. Al-Harbi, 2012. Protective role of melatonin against chromium-induced nephrotoxicity in male rabbits. Global Vet., 9: 225-231.
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  39. Qari, S.A. and M.S. Al-Harbi, 2011. Effect of seasonal temperatures on physiology and behavior of Arabian camels (Camelus dromedarieus) in the mid-Western region of Saudi Arabia. Global Vet., 6: 537-541.
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  40. Al-Bashan, M.M. and M.S. Al-Harbi, 2010. Effects of ambient temperature, flock age and breeding stock on egg production and hatchability of broiler hatching eggs. Eur. J. Biol. Sci., 2: 55-66.
  41. Al-Saedi, S.A., M.A. Al-Hazmi, E.T. Fahim and M.S. Al-Harbi, 2009. Effect of Ferula hermonis roots extract on fertility of laboratory mice. Saudi J. Biol. Soc., 16: 85-92.