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1. Bassiouni, A.A.; El-Kady, M.F. and Hamouda, A.S. (1987): Prevalence of Salmonella gallinarum–pullorum infection in Beni-Suef governorate. 1st annual conference of the Egyptian Veterinary Poultry Association. 223-226.
2. El Batrawi, A.M. and El-Kady, M.F. (1990): Studies on severe outbreaks of infectious bursal disease. 3- Determination of the critical age of susceptibility in maternally immune chicks. Proc. 2nd Sci. Conf. Egypt. Vet. Poult. 264-269.
3. Bastami, M.A., El-Kady, M.F. and Amer, A.M. (1991): Stimulation of chicken immune system to Newcastle Disease vaccine by Levamisole treatment. Beni-Suef Vet. Med. Researches. Vol. 1(1) 1-16.
4. Bastami, M.A., El-Kady, M.F. and Moustafa, M. M. (1991): Viral nephritis induced by an isolate related to Infectious Bronchitis virus. Beni-Suef Vet. Med. Researches. Vol. 1(1) 195:203.
5. El-Kady, M.F., Soliman, R., Aly, M.A., Reda, I.M. and Khalid, A. (1992): Studies on the effect of specific immuno-stimulant on the immune response of chickens. 1-Evauation of the immuno-potentials of Newcastle disease virus-specific transfer factor (ND-S-TF). Vet. Med. J., Giza Vol. 4(1) 89-110.
6. Amer, M.M., Khilfa, D.G., Metwalli, A.S.E. and El-Kady, M.F. (1993): Immune response against Hitchner B1 vaccine in Chickens infected with Mcoplasma. Beni-Suef Vet. Med. Researches. Vol. 3(1) 108-123.
7. El-Kady, M.F. (1993): Lack of pathogenicity of two variant strains of seroyype-I infectious bursal disease virus in 3-week old turkey poults. Beni-Suef Vet. Med. Researches. Vol. 3(1) 124:131.
8. El-Kady, M.F., Amer, M.M., Khilfa, D.G. and Metwalli, A.S.E. (1993): Effect of coccidiostats on the immune response and body weight of broiler chickens vaccinated against Newcastle disease. Beni-Suef Vet. Med. Researches. Vol. 3(1) 146:157.
9. Refai, M.K., Abd El-Karim, S. M., Bastami, M.A., Amer, M.M., Khilfa, D.G. Bakir, A. M. and El-Kady, M.F. (1994): Effect of Ochratoxin A on performance of broiler chickens. Beni-Suef, Vet. Med.4 (2).
10. Refai, M.K., Abd El-Karim, S.M., Bastami, M.A., Amer, M.M., Khilfa, D.G., Bakir, A.M., Afify, M.A. and El-Kady, M.F. (1994): Effect of Ochratoxin A on the immune response of chickens to Newcastle disease vaccine. Beni-Suef, Vet. Med. J. 4 (2).
11. El-Kady, M.F.,Aly, M.A. and Reda, I.M. (1994): Stimulation of chicken immune system to Newcastle Disease vaccine (Clone-30). II. The use of Corynebacterium cutis lysate (Ultracorn)âas an immunomodulator. Beni-Suef Vet. Med. Researches. Vol. 4(1-2) 412-423.
12. Amin, A. H., Saad, F.F., Bastami, M.A., Barhouma, N. M., Hassan, N. and El-Kady, M.F. (1995): Evaluation of the immune response and immuno-suppresive effect of a locally prepared live attenuated Gumboro disease vaccine. Beni-Suef Vet. Med. Researches. Vol. 5 (2) 153-166.
13. Amin, A. H., Saad, F.F., Bastami, M.A., Barhouma, N. M., Hassan, N., El-Kady, M.F., Khashaba, E. M.H. and El- Bordina, F. (1995): Studies on some properties of an infectious Bursal Disease vaccine prepared from a located strain isolated. Beni-Suef Vet. Med. Researches. Vol. 5 (2) 168-175.
14. Aly, M.A., El-Kady, M.F. and El Gohary, A.E. (1997): Investigations on recent field outbreaks of Newcastle disease. Beni-Suef Vet. Med. Researches. Vol. 7(1) 180-191.
15. El-Kady, M.F., El-Khashab, E.F. and Youssef, H.Z. (1997): Evaluation of emergency vaccination against infectious bursal disease (IBD) with or without some non-specific immuno-stimulants. Vet. Med. J., Giza. Vol. 45 (4) 509-526.
16. El-Kady, M.F., Kutkat, M.A. and Kheir El-Din, A. W. (1997): Laboratory investigations on the use of an inactivated IBDV- oil emulsion vaccine in commercial layer chicks. Protectiveness of partial doses in maternally immune chicks. Alex. J. Vet. Science, vol. 13 (1) 27-35.
17. El-Kady, M.F. and Madbouly, H.M. (1997): Antigenic variation among some local Newcastle disease virus isolates. Proc. 2nd Scientific Conference, Alex. Vet. Med. Researches. Vol. 13 (7) 913-922.
18. El-Kady, M.F.,Zouelfakar, S.A., and Kutkat, M.A.H. (1997): Studies on some parameters of immune response of chickens vaccinated against ILT by different routes. Vet. Med. J., Giza. Vol. 45 No (3) 279-286.
19. Madbouly, H.M., El-Kady, M.F. and Abd El Tawaab, A. (1997): Outbreak of avian Encephalomyelitis (AE) in native breed broiler chicks at El Fayoum governorate. I-Isolation and identification of the virus. Proc. 2nd Scientific Conference, Alex. Vet. Med. Researches. Vol. 13 (7) 851-858.
20. Madbouly, H.M., El-Kady, M.F.,Reda, I.M. and Tamam, S.M. (1997): Role of Infectious Laryngeo-tracheitis (ILT) virus vaccine in spreading of the disease among and in between layer and broiler birds II-Pathogenicity and histopathology of ILTV in layer and broiler birds. Beni-Suef Vet. Med. Researches. Vol. 7(1) 80.
21. Aly, M.A., Zouelfakar, S.A. and El-Kady, M.F. (1998): Studies on some immune parameters of chickens vaccinated with different programs against Newcastle disease. Vet. Med. J., Giza. Vol. 46, No.2.
22. Aly, M.A., Hassan, M.K., El-Kady, M.F., Zouelfakar, S.A. and Aly, M.M. (1999): Prevalence of avian influenza in Egypt. 1. A preliminary serological surveillance in chicken flocks. J. Egypt Vet. Med. Ass. 59 (4) 1271-1284.
23. El-Kady, M.F., Madbouly, H.M., and Ahmed, M. M. (1999): The protective potential of maternal immunity against infectious bursal disease and its possible interference with live vaccination. J. Egypt Vet. Med. Ass. 59 (6) 1737-1757.
24. Madbouly, H.M., El-Kady, M.F. and Abd-El-Moneim, A.S. (1999): The immunomodulating effect of Nigella Sativa on chickens: 1- The effect of Nigella Sativa (seed and oil) on humoral and cellular immune response of chickens. J. Egypt Vet. Med. Ass. 59 (5) 1497-1511.
25. Madbouly, H.M., El-Kady, M.F. and Abd-El-Moneim, A.S. (1999): The immunomodulating effect of Nigella Sativa on chickens: II The effect of N. Sativa seeds on IBDV challenge in chickens. J. Egypt Vet. Med. Ass. 59 No (5) 1513-1533.
26. Abd El-Gawad, M. A., El-Kady, M.F. and Abdel-Moneim, A.S. (2004): Trial for improving protection against infectious bursal disease virus in vaccinated chicks by two natural immunomodulators. 6th Sci. Conf. Egyp. Vet. Poult. Assoc. 214-223.
27. El-Kady, M.F., El-Sawah, A.; Kutkat, M.A. and Ibrahim, M.M. (2004): Pathogenicity of E.Coli O55K59 to 30-day old broiler chickens. Beni-Suef Vet. Med. J. Vol. 14 (1) 123-135.
28. El-Kady, M.F., AzzaAbd El-Sawah; Kutkat, M.A. and Ibrahim, M.M. (2004): Prevalence and antibiogram of E.Coli in broiler chickens reared in Beni-Suef during year 2002. Beni-Suef Vet. Med. J. Vol. 14, No (1) 67-80.
29. Abdel-Moneim, A. S., Madbouly, H. M. and El-Kady, M.F. (2005): In vitro characterization and pathogenesis of Egypt/Beni-Suef/01; a novel IBV genotype. 4th Sci. Conf., Fac. Vet. Med., Beni-Suef Univ., Egypt. 15 (2) 127-133.
30. Abdel-Moneim, A.S., El-Kady, M.F., Ladman, B.S. and Gelb.J. Jr. (2006): S1 gene sequence analysis of a nephropathogenic strain of avian infectious bronchitis virus in Egypt. Virology J. 3.78.
31. El-Kady, M.F., El-Sawah, A. and Madbouly, H.M. and Mohamed, B.T. (2006): Studies on Infectious Bronchitis in broiler chickens in El-Menia governorate. Vet. Med. J., Giza, Vol. 54, No (2) 461-471.
32. El-Kady, M.F., Dahshan, A. M. and Madbouly, H. M. (2007): Studies on infectious bursal disease maternal immunity decay curve in native and Lohmann chicken breeds. 5th Sci. Conf., Fac. Vet. Med., Beni-Suef Univ., Egypt. 34-40.
33. El-Kady, M.F., Dahshan, A. M. and Madbouly, H. M. (2007): Studies on susceptibility of native and white Lohmann layer chickens breeds to infectious bursal disease virus isolate FY.97 BS. 5th Sci. Conf., Fac. Vet. Med., Beni-Suef Univ., Egypt. 110-119.
34. Abdel-Moneim, A. S., Shany, S. A. S., Fereidouni S., Eid, B. T. M., El-Kady, M. F., Harder, T. and Keil, G. M. (2009): Sequence diversity of the haemagglutinin open reading frame of recent highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 isolates from Egypt. Arch. Virol. 154(9):1559-1562.
35. Ali A., El-Kady M. F. and Abdel-Moneim, A. S. The role of infectious bursal disease virus in induction of proventriculitis in broiler chickens. The 16th World Veterinary Poultry association Congress. November 9-12, 2009. Marrakesh, Morocco. pp: 223.
36. El-Kady, M.F., Tamam, S.M., El Sawah, A. A. and Okasha, A. (2010): Immunomodulating and zootechnical effect of some bacterial components on broiler chicken vaccinated with Newcastle disease vaccine. 6th Sci. Conf., Fac. Vet. Med., Beni-Suef Univ., Egypt. 275-281.
37. Tamam, S.M., El-Kady, M.F., El Sawah, A. and Okasha, A. (2010): Immunomodulating effect of B-glucans and mannan oligosaccharide on broiler chicks vaccinated with Newcastle disease virus. 6th Sci. Conf., Fac. Vet. Med., Beni-Suef Univ., Egypt. 296-302.
38. Abdel-Moneim, A. S., Shany, S. A. S., Fereidouni S., Eid, B. T. M., El-Kady, M. F., Harder, T. and Keil, G. M. (2010): Neuraminidase gene sequence analysis of 11 H5N1 isolates from Egypt .6thSci., Conf.Fac. Vet. Med. Beni-Suef Univ., Egypt 154(9):1559-1562.
39. Shany, S. A. S., El-Kady, M. F., Eid, B. T. M., Hassan E. R. and Abdel-Moneim, A. S. (2011): Humoral antibody responses to different H5N1 and H5N2 vaccination regimes: Implications on the development of autogenously based vaccines. Vet. Microbiol., 153 398-402
40. Abdel-Moneim, A. S., Afifi, M. A. A. and El-Kady, M. F. (2011): Genetic drift evolution under vaccination pressure among H5N1 Egyptian isolates. Virology J. 8:283.
41. Abdel-Moneim, A.S., Afifi, M.A. and El-Kady, M.F. (2012): Isolation and mutation trend analysis of influenza A virus subtype H9N2 in Egypt.Virol J. 27; 9:173. doi: 10.1186/1743-422X-9-173.
42. Abdel-Moneim, A.S., Afifi, M.A. and El-Kady, M.F. (2012): Emergence of a novel genotype of avian infectious bronchitis virus in Egypt. Arch Virol. 157(12):2453-7.
43. Dahshan, A.M., Hussien, A.S. and El-Kady, M.F. (2012): Seroprevalancesurvey on REO virus infection of broiler chicken in Upper Egypt. 15th Sci. Cong., Fac. Vet. Med., AssiutUniv., Egypt. 187-198
44. Doaa S. Mohamed, El-Kady, M.F., Hassanin, K.M. and Hashem, K.S. (2012): The Hypolipdemic and Antioxidant Effects of Porobiotic, Prebiotics and Natural Lipotropic Factors on Hyperlipidemia and Fatty Liver in Broilers. BS. VET. MED. J. 7TH SCI. CONF. VOL. 22, NO.1, P. 81-90.
45. Afifi, M.A., El-Kady, M.F., Zoelfakar, S.A.and Abdel-Moneim, A.S. (2013):Serological surveillance reveals widespread influenza A H7 and H9 subtypes among chicken flocks in Egypt.TropAnim Health Prod. 45(2):687-90.
46. Mohamed, D.S., El-Kady, M. F., Hassanin, K. M. and Hashem, K. S. (2013): The Hypolipdemic and Antioxidant Effects of Porobiotic, Prebiotics and Natural Lipotropic Factors on Hyperlipidemia and Fatty Liver in Broilers. BS. Vet. Med. J. 7th sci. conf. Vol. 22, No.1, p. 81-90.
47. Zanaty, A., Arafa, A., Selim, A., Hassan, M.K., and El-Kady, M.F. (2013). Evaluation of the Protection conferred by heterologous attenuated live infectious bronchitis viruses againest an Egyptian variant IBV [EG/1212B]. Journal of American Science ; 9(599-606)
48. Zanaty, A.M; Arafa, A.M; El-Kady, M.F. (2014). Molecular Characterization and Pathogenicity of Infectious Bronchitis Virus Isolated from Recent Outbreaks in Broiler Flocks in Egypt. Avian Pathology (In press)
49. Doaa S. Mohamed, El-Kady, M.F., Hassanin, K.M. and Hashem, K.S. (2014): The ameliorative effects of L-carnitine and synbiotics on induced hyperlipidemia and oxidative stress in broilers. International journal of advanced research vol.2, issue 8:378-390
50. Naguib MM, Arafa AS, El-Kady MF, Selim AA, Gunalan V, Maurer-Stroh S, Goller KV, Hassan MK, Beer M, Abdelwhab EM, Harder TC. Evolutionary trajectories and diagnostic challenges of potentially zoonotic avian influenza viruses H5N1 and H9N2 co-circulating in Egypt.. Infect Genet Evol. 2015 Aug;34:278-91. doi: 10.1016/j.meegid.2015.06.004
51. Kilany W.H., Ali A.; Bazid A.; El-Deeb A.H., Zain El-Abideen M. A, El Sayed M., El-Kady M.F. A dose-response study of inactivated low pathogenic avian influenza (LPAI) H9N2 virus in specific pathogen free and commercial broiler chickens. Avian Diseases. 2016 May;60(1 Suppl):256-61. doi: 10.1637/11143-050815-Reg.
52. Kilany W.H., Bazid A.; Ali A.; El-Deeb A.H., Zain El-Abideen M. A, El Sayed M., El-Kady M.F. Comparative effectiveness of two oil adjuvant inactivated avian influenza H9N2 vaccines. Avian Diseases. 2016 May;60(1 Suppl):226-31. doi: 10.1637/11145-050815-Reg.
53. Eid K.M., Shany S.A., Ali A.; Dahshan, A.M. El-Sawah, A.A., Elkady, M.F. Prevalence of Avian Respiratory Viruses in Broiler Flocks in Egypt. 2016, 1;95(6):1271-80. doi: 10.3382/ps/pew068.
54. Abozeid HH, Paldurai A, Khattar SK, Afifi MA, El-Kady MF, El-Deeb AH, Samal SK. Complete genome sequences of two avian infectious bronchitis viruses isolated in Egypt: Evidence for genetic drift and genetic recombination in the circulating viruses. Infect Genet Evol. 2017 May 8;53:7-14. doi: 10.1016/j.meegid.2017.05.006. [Epub ahead of print]
55. Abozaid KG, Aly MM, Abdel-Moneim AS, El-Kady MF. Widespread of H5N1 infections in apparently healthy backyard poultry. Trop Anim Health Prod. 2016 Aug;48(6):1221-6. doi: 10.1007/s11250-016-1079-5.
56. Fedawy HS, Salama SS, Ali A, Rabie NS, El-Kady MF. Phenotypic and genotypic Characterization of Avibacterium paragallinarum isolated from layer chicken Flocks in Egypt yearling 2013-2015. American Journal of Research Communication 2016, 4(12): 23-34
57. Naguib MM, El-Kady MF, Lüschow D, Hassan KE, Arafa AS, El-Zanaty A, Hassan MK, Hafez HM, Grund C, Harder TC. New real time and conventional RT-PCRs for updated molecular diagnosis of infectious bronchitis virus infection (IBV) in chickens in Egypt associated with frequent co-infections with avian influenza and Newcastle Disease viruses. J Virol Methods. 2017 Jul; 245:19-27. doi: 10.1016/j.jviromet.2017.02.018.
58. Hassan KE., Ali A, Shany SAS, El-Kady MF. Experimental co-infection of infectious bronchitis and low pathogenic avian influenza H9N2 viruses in commercial broiler chickens, Research in Veterinary Science. 2017 (115): 356–362. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rvsc.2017.06.024.
59. Azza Abd El- Tawab El- Sawah and Manal,M. Abu El- Makarem: The effect of Danofloxacin and Nigella sativa on the mycoplasmosis in turkey.25th Arab Veterinary Medical congress Cairo, 6- 9 May 2001. J. Egypt Vet. Med. Ass. 61, No. 4:339 – 349, 2001.
60. Azza Abd El- Tawab El- Sawah and S.M. Tamam: Effect of Acidifiers as an immunostimulant on chickens vaccinated with Infectious Bursal disease virus. Beni- Suef Veterinary Medical Journal Vol. (XI), No. (2), 2001.
61. Azza Abd El- Tawab El- Sawah; Mohamed A. Kandil and S.M. Tamam: Biochemical and Immunological studies on the effect of Nigella sativa on aflatoxin immunosuppressed chickens against NewCastle disease virus vaccine. Beni- Suef Veterinary Medical Journal Vol. (XI), No. (2), 2001.
62. Madbouly, H. M. and Azza Abd El- Tawab El- Sawah: Isolation of Reovirus from naturally infected turkeys and turkey poults in Egypt. The first Scientific Congress Proceedings Faculty of Vet. Med. Beni Suef – Cairo University at 28/9/1999 to 1/10/1999. Beni Suef Veterinary Medical Journal Vol. (9), No. (3-B),1999.
63. Madbouly, H. M.; Azza Abd El- Tawab El- Sawah and S.M. Tamam: An outbreak of Avian Reovirus in Native breed broiler chicks at El- Fayoum governorate. Beni Suef Veterinary Medical Journal Vol. (11), No. (1), 2001.
64. S.M. Tamam and Azza Abd El- Tawab El- Sawah: Immunomodulation of Nigella sativa and Nutrilac on experimentally immunosuppresed chicks by Reovirus infection. Veterinary Medical Journal, Accepted (18/4/2001).
65. Manal, M. Abu El- Makarem and Azza Abd El- Tawab El- Sawah: Decreased hatchability in turkey eggs due to mycoplasma. The first Scientific Congress Proceedings of Animal Health Institute, Agricultural Research Center, Ministry of Agriculture, Dokki, Giza, Egypt, 15- 17 May 2000. Egypt J. Agri. Res. 78 (1), 2000.
66. Ahmed S. Abd El-Moneim; Azza Abd El- Tawab El- Sawah and Mohamed A. Kandil: Characterization of variant strain of NewCastle disease virus in Egypt. Beni Suef Veterinary Medical Journal Vol. 16 No. 1 July-2006.
67. S. M. Tamam; Azza Abd El- Tawab El- Sawah and Samah H. Mohamed: Studies on Turkey Rhinotracheitis (TRT) infection in Beni- Suef governorate. 6th Scientific Conference of the Egyptian Veterinary Poultry Association September 25th – 27th 2004 P. 170 – 177.
68. El-Dakhly, Kh. M.; Azza Abd El- Tawab El- Sawah; Shalaby, A. A. and El- Nesr, Kh. A.: The efficacy of Lactobacillus acidophilus and/or diclazuril for inhibition and control of Eimeria Tenella infection in balady chicks. Kafr El-Sheikh Veterinary Medical Journal Vol. 4 No. 1 April 2006.
69. 13- Azza Abd El- Tawab El- Sawah; S. M. Tamam; Samah H. Mohamed and Mohamed A. Kandil: Immunological and Biochemical effects of Nigella sativa and Ultra Natural plus on turkeys vaccinated with NewCastle and Turkey Rhinotrachitis Virus Vaccines. Veterinary Medical Journal Vol. 54 No. 2 April 2006
70. 14- Azza Abd El- Tawab El- Sawah; Samah H. Mohamed and Sahar, T. Salob: Outbreak of Avian Encephalomyelitis in Turkey poults at Beni- Suef governorate.1- Isolation and Identification of the virus. Third Scientific Congress Proceedings Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Beni Suef Cairo University, Beni Suef Vet. Medical Journal Vol. 13 No. 1, 2003.
71. Azza Abd El- Tawab El- Sawah and Moawad, A. A.: Diagnosis of Omphalitis in Turkey Poults and Pathogenicity of isolates to chicks. Beni Suef Veterinary Medical Journal Vol. 14 No. 1, 2004.
72. El-Diasty Eman, M; R. M. El- Kaseh and Azza Abd El- Tawab El- Sawah: Presence and risks of aflatoxins in chicken meat and giblets. Egyptian Journal of Applied Sciences Vol. 24, No. 3 March 2009.
73. Dahshan, A. M. Alhussien, Hussein, A. S. (2011): The Pervalence of Subclinical Infectious Bursal Disease in Commercial Broiler Flocks. Assiut Vet.Med.J.Vol.57 No.131. Egypt.402-413.
74. AL Hussien, M.Dahshan, A.S.HUSSIEN and Ahmed Ali Mohamed Ali (2012): Comparative studies on the effect of Aflatoxins types on the immunization of one‐day‐old broiler chicks simultaneously vaccinated against Newcastle disease and infectious bronchitis disease. Life Science Journal, Volume 9 – Number 4 (Cumulated No.31) 2012 page 3774:37827. AL 75 .
75. Hussien, M. Dahshan and A.S.HUSSIEN (2012): Evaluation of the immune response to live Infectious bronchitis disease vaccines and their effect for the protection against renal damage of layer chickens in Upper Egypt. The Journal of American science, Volume 8 – Number 12(Cumulated No.57) December 25, 2012 page 125:13 1 .
76. M.M.Amer, Al Hussien, M.Dahshan, Hala.S.Hassan and Asmaa. A. Mohamed(2013): Studies on the prevalence of Enterobacteriaceae in chickens and chicken eggs. BS. Vet. Med. J. 7th sci. conf. 2013 Vol. 20, No.1, February 2013
77. M.M.Amer, Al Hussien, M.Dahshan, Hala.S.Hassan and Asmaa.A.Mohamed Sherein, S.abdelgayed (2013): Role of Probiotics for Preventing the Infection of Pathogenic Intestinal Enterobacteriaceae in Broiler Chickens. BS. Vet. Med. J. 7th sci. conf. 2013 Vol. 20, No.1, February 2013
78. Amer M. M., Dahshan A.H. M., Abed A. H., Fahmy S.S (2016): Phenotypic and genotypic characterization of Clostridium perfringens associated with necrotic enteritis in broiler chickens. JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICAL RESEARCH 2016, 23 (1): 50-53
79. Nashwa Mohamed Eid, Al-Hussien Mohamed Dahshan, El-Shayma El-Nahass, Basma Shalaby and Ahmed Ali(2018): Anticlostridial Activity of the Thyme and Clove Essential Oils against Experimentally Induced Necrotic Enteritis in Commercial Broiler Chickens. Veterinary Sciences;
80. Elhady MA, Ali A, Kilany WH, Elfeil WK, Ibrahim H, Nabil A, Samir A, El Sayed M. Field Efficacy of an Attenuated Infectious Bronchitis Variant 2 Virus Vaccine in Commercial Broiler Chickens. Vet Sci. 2018 May 9;5(2). pii: E49. doi: 10.3390/vetsci5020049.
81. Ewies SS, Ali A, Tamam SM, Madbouly MM. Molecular characterization of Newcastle disease virus (genotype VII) from broiler chickens in Egypt, Beni-Suef University Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 2017, ISSN 2314-8535, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bjbas.2017.04.004.
82. Elaish M, Ngunjiri JM, Ali A, Xia M, Ibrahim M, Jang H, Hiremath J, Dhakal S, Helmy YA, Jiang X, Renukaradhya GJ, Lee CW. Supplementation of inactivated influenza vaccine with norovirus P particle-M2e chimeric vaccine enhances protection against heterologous virus challenge in chickens. PLoS One. 2017 Feb 2;12(2): e0171174. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0171174
83. Jang H, Jackson YK, Daniels JB, Ali A, Kang KI, Elaish M, Lee CW. Seroprevalence of three influenza A viruses (H1N1, H3N2, and H3N8) in pet dogs presented to veterinary hospital in Ohio. J Vet Sci. 2016 Aug 10. [Epub ahead of print]
84. Ibrahim M, Ali A, Daniels JB, Lee CW. Post-pandemic seroprevalence of human influenza viruses in domestic cats. J Vet Sci. 2016 Dec 30;17(4):515-521. doi: 10.4142/jvs.2016.17.4.515.
85. Kilany WH, Ali A, Bazid AI, Zain El-Abideen MA, El Sayed M. Evaluation of two inactivated Newcastle disease virus vaccines (genotype II and VII) against challenge of Newcastle disease genotype VII infection in chicken. Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances. 2016, In Press
86. Elaish M, Kang KI, Xia M, Ali A, Shany SAS, Wang L, Jiang X, Lee CW. Immunogenicity and protective efficacy of the norovirus P particle-M2e chimeric vaccine in chickens. Vaccine. 2015 Sep 11;33(38):4901-9. doi: 10.1016/j.vaccine.2015.07.049.
87. Ngunjiri JM, Ali A, Boyaka P, Marcus PI, Lee CW. In Vivo Assessment of NS1-Truncated Influenza Virus with a Novel SLSYSINWRH Motif as a Self-Adjuvanting Live Attenuated Vaccine. PLoS One. 2015 Mar 19;10(3): e0118934. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0118934.
88. Awe OO, Kang KI, Ibrahim M, Ali A, Elaish M, Saif YM, and Lee CW. Age-related Susceptibility of Turkeys to Enteric Viruses. Avian Diseases. 59(2):207-212. 2015 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1637/10907-071514-Reg.
89. Awe OO., Ali A, Elaish M, Ibrahim M, Murgia M, Pantin-Jackwood M, Saif YM, Lee CW. Effect of coronavirus infection on reproductive performance of turkey hens. Avian Dis. 2013 Sep; 57(3):650-656. Ali A, Yassine HM, Awe O, Ibrahim M, Saif YM and Lee, CW. Replication of Swine and Human Influenza Viruses in Juvenile and Layer Turkey Hens. Vet. Microbiol. 2013. 163 (1-2): 71–78
90. Ali A, Ibrahim M, Eladl AH, Saif YM and Lee, CW. Enhanced replication of swine influenza viruses in dexamethasone treated juvenile and layer turkeys. Vet. Microbiol. 2013. 162 ( 2-4): 353–359
91. Ali A, Khatri M, Wang L, Saif YM and Lee CW. Identification of Swine H1N2/Pandemic H1N1 Reassortant Influenza Viruses in Pigs, United States. Vet Microbiol. 2012. 158(1-2):60-8.
92. Ali A, Daniels JB, Zhang A, Rodriguez-Palacios A, Hayes-Ozello K, Mathes L and Lee CW. Pandemic and seasonal human influenza virus infections, association with respiratory disease, and seasonality pattern in domestic cats. J. Clin. Microbiol. 2011. 49(12):4101-5
93. Eladl AH, Abou El-Azm KI, Ismail AN, Ali A, Saif YM and Lee CW. Genetic Characterization of highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenza viruses isolated from poultry farms in Egypt. Virus Genes. 2011. 43(2):272-80
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