Rana Jaber Tarish Al-Baghdadi

Rana Jaber Tarish Al-Baghdadi
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey | Rutgers · Department of Animal Sciences

PhD in Endocrinology and Animal Biosciences

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Introduction
I have a PhD from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey/ The United States of America. My PhD is in Endocrinology and Animal Biosciences.
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September 2013 - October 2016
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • Rite now I work in the Veterinary Medicine/ University of Al-Qadisiyah/Iraq
March 2007 - present
University of Al-Qadisiyah/Veterinary Medicine College/ Iraq
Position
  • Instructor
Description
  • I teach Physiology for Sophomores (2nd year students)in University of Al-Qadisiyah/Veterinary Medicine College/ Iraq. I also teach General Chemistry class for the Freshmen (1st year students) in the same college.
December 2004 - present
University of Al-Qadisiyah/ Veterinary Medicine College
Position
  • Master's Student

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Publications (61)
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Effect of exercise on weight loss is confirmed by many studies. There are several suggested and established mechanisms that underlying this effect. Here, we aimed to study the involvement of endocrine system in this response. Thirty Wistar albino female rats were divided into 3 groups; control, exercise lean group, and exercise obese group. The rat...
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Intolerable acute or chronic pain is the main reason patients visit clinics to seek medical consultation. This is also applied to the pyrexia that can be fatal if not treated. Therefore, medicines such as opioids and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) have been used for centuries as pain relievers and antipyretic anti-inflammatory medici...
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Endocrine and nervous systems regulate blood glucose level in our bodies, but the reciprocal action yet to be addressed. To address this question, we employed the current study that included 24 mice of both sexes that were divided into control group that consumed standard mouse diet, a group that consumed high refined sugar diet (HS), a group that...
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The anti-leukemic agent asparaginase activates the integrated stress response (ISR) kinase GCN2 and inhibits signaling via mechanistic target of rapamycin complex 1 (mTORC1). The study objective was to investigate the protective role of activating transcription factor 4 (ATF4) in controlling the hepatic transcriptome and mediating GCN2-mTORC1 signa...
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Aminoglycosides (AGs) such as gentamicin (gen) are considered as the optimum therapy for many infections and diseases. Unfortunately, AGs treatment has been linked to acute kidney injury that is also referred to as nephrotoxicity. In the current study, we sought to explore the protective roles of peppermint (pep) and licorice (Lic) extracts as well...
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Obesity increases risk for liver toxicity by the anti-leukemic agent asparaginase but the mechanism is unknown. Asparaginase activates the integrated stress response (ISR) via sensing of amino acid depletion by the eukaryotic initiation factor 2 (eIF2) kinase GCN2. The goal of this work was to discern the impact of obesity, alone versus alongside g...
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Disturbances in protein folding and membrane compositions in the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) elicit the unfolded protein response (UPR). Three UPR sensory proteins, PERK (PEK/EIF2AK3), IRE1, and ATF6 are each activated by ER stress. PERK phosphorylation of eIF2 represses global protein synthesis, lowering influx of nascent polypeptides into the stre...
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The anti-leukemic agent asparaginase triggers the amino acid response (AAR) in liver by activating the eukaryotic initiation factor 2 (eIF2) kinase GCN2. To explore the mechanism by which AAR induction is necessary to mitigate hepatic lipid accumulation and prevent liver dysfunction during continued asparaginase treatment, wild-type and Gcn2 null m...
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This study was designed to investigate the physiological effects of alcoholic extract of Calyces of Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa) in some blood parameters in laying hens. 30 layers, 49 week old belonging to the Isa Brown breed were randomly divided into two groups of 15 layers each, both are received basal diet. Group 1 served as control which was...
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This study was performed to identify the physiological effects produced by addition of zinc oxide at 96 mg/ kg diet for 40 days in some of reproductive and blood parameters in female rabbits. Sixty local domestic rabbits of both sexes were used (20 males and 40 females), the males separated from females while females divided into two group, first g...
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The experiment had been designed to determine the effects that may be result from microbial phytase addition to broiler diet in some immune traits.Sixty, one day chick broiler of Hubbard flex were divided into two groups, first (Control):30 chicks received basal diet, second (Treatment):30 chicks received basal diet supplemented with 1000 FTU/kg of...
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The study had been designed to determine the dietary effect from microbial phytase and Alfalfa alcoholic extract (plant phytase) addition to the broilers diet to compare the efficiency of these two types of the enzymes. The study were extend for fourty-two days. Seven hundred one day old chick broilers were divided into three groups. The first one...
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The study had been designed to determine the positive effect which may be result from microbial phytase and Alfalfa alcoholic extract (plant phytase) addition to the broilers diet to compare the efficiency of these two types of the enzymes The study lasted for fourty-two days. Seven hundred one day chick broilers were divided into three groups , fi...
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This study was designed to evaluate the physiological effects of garlic oil in hepatotoxicity induced by intubation of CCl 4 in both sex rabbits. Thirty local domestic rabbits were used and divided randomly into three groups each of which contain ten animals, the 1 st group was served as control, received no treatment, the 2 nd group were received...
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صممت الدراسة الحالية لمعرفة الآثار الايجابية التي قد تنتج عن استخدام إنزيم الفايتيز الميكروبي والنباتي بوصفهما إضافتين غذائيتين إلى علائق فروج اللحم فضلا عن المقارنة بين كفاءة نوعي الإنزيم في تحسين كفاءة الأداء الإنتاجي والاقتصادي والصحي. تم تقسيم 700 من صيصان فروج اللحم بعمر يوم واحد إلى ثلاث مجموعات, مثلت الأولى مجموعة السيطرة (C) ( 200 صوص) التي...
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The results include some productive, biochemical, and blood parameters in broilers treated with either microbial or plant phytase and a control group that was only given food and water adlibitum.
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اجريت الدراسة في قاعة تم تاجيرها على طريق الديوانية –السنية, مخصصة لتربية فروج اللحم،ابعادها 50×11 متر ومجهزة بكافة مستلزمات التجربة للمدة من 16/6/2005 ولغاية 2005/8/1.
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In this chapter, I discussed the results one by one. For example, the body weight, the body weight gain, food intake, food conversion ratio, and mortality ratio. In addition, I discussed the economic parameters results, the blood parameters results, and the biochemical results in detail.
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Effect of microbial phytase and alfalfa leaves extract on food convertion ratio‬ ‫
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Effect of microbial phytase and alfalfa leaves extract on economic index
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Effect of microbial phytase and alfalfa leaves extract on growth ratio in broilers
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Effect of microbial phytase and alfalfa leaves extract on PCV and MCV ratios
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Effect of microbial phytase and alfalfa leaves extract on the RBCs averages and Hb concentarion
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Effect of microbial phytase and alfalfa leaves extract on MCH and MCHC
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Effect of microbial phytase and alfalfa leaves extract on total protein and glucose concentrations
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Effect of microbial phytase and alfalfa leaves extract on WBCs count in broilers
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Effect of microbial phytase and alfalfa leaves extract on total cholesterol and calcium concentration in the muscle of broilers
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Effect of microbial phytase and alfalfa leaves extract on phosphor concentrations in serum and fecal samples of broilers
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Effect of microbial phytase and alfalfa leaves extract on liver and spleen percentage of body weight in broiler
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Effect of microbial phytase and alfalfa leaves extract on thymus gland fabricius sac weight of percentage body weight in broilers
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Table shows the effect of microbial and alfalfa leaves extract on economic parameters in broilers
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Table shows the effect of microbial and alfalfa leaves extract on blood parameters in broilers
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Table shows the effect of microbial and alfalfa leaves extract on food consumption in broilers
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Table shows the effect of microbial and alfalfa leaves extract on biochemical parameters in broilers
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Table shows the effect of microbial and alfalfa leaves extract on average weekly BW in broilers
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Table shows the effect of microbial and alfalfa leaves extract on food consumption ratio in broilers
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Table shows the effect of microbial and alfalfa leaves extract on weight gain in broilers
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Table shows the effect of microbial and alfalfa leaves extract on organs weights as percent of BW in broilers
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يستنتج من نتائج الدراسة الحالية أن إضافة الفايتيز الميكروبي المصنع الى علائق فروج اللحم أو المستخلص الكحولي لأوراق الجت, بوصفه مصدراً نباتياً للفايتيز, إلى ماء الشرب تؤدي إلى تحسن الأداء الإنتاجي لفروج اللحم بشكل ملحوظ ولم يلاحظ لهاتين الإضافتين أية آثار سلبية
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Supplementary 3- Starter Diet Components
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Supplementary 5- WBCs and RBCs Dilution Solution.
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صممت الدراسة الحالية لمعرفة الآثار الايجابية التي قد تنتج عن استخدام إنزيم الفايتيز الميكروبي والنباتي بوصفهما إضافتين غذائيتين إلى علائق فروج اللحم فضلا عن المقارنة بين كفاءة نوعي الإنزيم في تحسين كفاءة الأداء الإنتاجي والاقتصادي والصحي.
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Introduction of the Study the effect of dietary microbial phytase and alfalfa leaves extract supplementation on broiler performance
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References 2 of the Study the effect of dietary microbial phytase and alfalfa leaves extract supplementation on broiler performance
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Supplementary 4- Growth and Finisher Diet Componenets
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References of the Study the effect of dietary microbial phytase and alfalfa leaves extract supplementation on broiler performance
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Supplementary Table 1
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Supplementary 7- Total Protein
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Supplementary 9- Cholesterol Concentration
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Supplementary 2- Diet Component During the Study
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Supplementary 6-Drabkin`s solution composition

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Hello,
What source does Partek use for transcript annotation?
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How to calculate fold change of two transcripts between two contrast groups?
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Hi, how to extract contigs from file?
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What software is the best to analyze non-standard organisms?
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Do you recommend Partek to analyse NGS??
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What is paired-gap?
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Hello RNA-seq people,
What is RPKM value?
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Does Galaxy assign reads to different isoforms of a gene?
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What is the best pipeline that assigns reads to Exonic, Intronic or Intergenic regions?
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I would like to perform western blot that is fast and accurate, so does anyone have experience with the HyperSep™ Protein Precipitation Plate for SPE and SLE?
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Projects (6)
Project
To explore the protective roles of peppermint and licorice extracts as well as their mixture on gen-induced nephrotoxicity.
Archived project
To evaluate the impact of microbial phytase supplementation with feed in broilers on feed conversion rate, immunity, hematological parameters. As well as it's effects on fertility of laying hens and rosters.