Latif I. K.

Latif I. K.
University of Kerbala · Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

Professor, PhD, MSc, BVM&S

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Introduction
IK Latif currently works at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Kerbala. IK does research in Animal Science, Microbiology and Histology. Their current project is 'Role of nigella sativa as anti-coccidial effects'.
Additional affiliations
April 2014 - March 2019
University of Kerbala
Position
  • Head of Department
Education
January 2007 - January 2010
Universiti Putra Malaysia
Field of study
  • Pathology and poultry diseases

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Publications (20)
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Benzo(a)pyrene (BaP) was used to simulate the influence of air pollution on erythrocyte antioxidant enzymes in broilers. A total of 100-day-old chicks were assigned into five equal groups comprising of a control, tricaprylin group and three groups treated with different doses of BaP (1.5 µg, 150 µg or 15 mg/kg BW). The BaP was given intra-tracheall...
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Major target of the study was inspection of the protecting role of grape seed extract (GSE) in alleviating the physiological changes of broiler chicks during exposure to aflatoxins in contaminated feed. One hundred &twenty five broiler chicks '' Ross'' 308 (1d-old) were used, Birds were randomly divided into 5 groups,(25 birds for each group). Bird...
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Eimeria Tenella caused significant economic losses worldwide and due to the evolution of resistant strains for many medicines. A total of 120 chicks Rose strain were used to evaluate the effectiveness of intra-muscular (I/M) vaccination of live sporozoite in protecting chicks against E. tenella. Chicks were divided into four equal groups as follow,...
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The traditional medicinal plant Nigella Sativa (NS) has given greatly offered for its significant antiprotozoal effects in current years. In this work, the anti-coccidial property of NS seed or salinomycin (Bio-Cox) was used for controlling field-strain of Eimeria (E) in broilers. A total of 120 broiler chicks were assigned to four equal groups. Fi...
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Background and Objective: Eimeria tenella (E. tenella) infection is one of the most common and widely distributed parasitic diseases in chickens. Anticoccidial agents are used to treat the disease; however, due to the rise of drug-resistant strains and the ban of anticoccidials in many countries, alternative treatments are necessary. This study was...
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Evaluation of lymphoid organs weight and determination of their weight: body weight ratio is the most used model to estimate protection rate given by vaccines against some diseases. This study designed to provide a generic look at the chicken lymphoid system through the use of thymus, bursa of Fabricius and spleen indices in an attempt to access fu...
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The histopathology of trachea was studied in three genetic lines of broilers which vaccinated with avian infectious bronchitis virus (IBV) vaccines. Differences in genetic immune response and susceptibility are known for many of the major viral pathogens of poultry. Consequently, the study was done. A total of 150 one-day-old consist of three chick...
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Eimerria (E.) remains one of the major problems for poultry industry throughout the world. The histological changes of chickens immunized against E. tenella were observed in broilers. A total of 60 broiler chicks were divided into 3 equal groups. The 1 s and 2 nd groups remain as control, while the 3 th group was inoculated with 0.2 ml of mature so...
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The present study was undertaken to compare different diagnostic procedures for the detection of Newcastle disease and Infectious bursal disease in broilers and layers (during the period from March 2011 to February 2012 in the laboratory of the Department of Microbiology and Pathology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University Putra Malaysia (UPM)...
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Infectious bronchitis virus (IBV) primarily induces a respiratory disease in broilers causing important economic losses in poultry industry. The aim of this study was to investigate the immunosuppressive properties of live IB vaccine on the different programs and method of vaccination against Newcastle disease (ND) in broilers. A total of 125 one-d...
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The immune response of broiler chickens exposed to intra-tracheal (i.t.) administration of benzo[a]pyrene (BaP) with and without Nigella sativa (Ns) supplementation was investigated. A total of 120 day-old chicks were divided into four groups comprising 30 birds each, into a control, Ns, BaP, and BaP+Ns group. Immune responses to Newcastle disease...
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This study was conducted to evaluate the effects of Nigella sativa (Ns) meal on such influences of Benzo[a] Pyrene (BaP) on the broilers performance, pulmonary index (PI), and histopathological changes. Chicks were assigned into four equal groups, namely as controls, Ns, BaP and BaP with Ns. Six birds were sacrificed at days 7, 14, 21, and 35. The...
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Aftermath in several air pollution episodes with high concentrations of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons did not significantly affect health and performance of broilers despite its renowned sensitivity to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. The aim of the study was to elucidate the previous lack of response in birds exposed to such severe episodes of...
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Latif IK, Karim AJ, Zuki ABZ, Zamri-Saad M, Niu JP, Noordin MM, Respiratory macrophage activity and pulmonary morphology following exposure to benzo(a) pyrene in broilers, Online J Vet Res, 12 (2):128-135, 2009. The effect of benzo(a) pyrene (BaP) on the macrophage defense system and lung morphology in broilers was evaluated. One day age chicks wer...

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I think many countries in the world have a poor medical infrastructure
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Hi for all
We have seven stains of coronavirus and there is no cross protection between each other, so how can get the protection, unless we make the vaccine from all these strains
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What happen to corona virus to be as a very dangerous

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