Taherah Mohammadabadi

Taherah Mohammadabadi
Ramin Agriculture and Natural Resources University · Faculty of Animal and Food Science

Professor (Full), Dairy Products, Camel milk and Health Complications. Faculty of Animal Science and Food Technology

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Keywords: Camel Milk; Diabetes; Insulin-Like Protein Professor, Faculty of Animal Science and Food Technology, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources University, Iran Citation: Taherah Mohammadabadi. "Camel Milk; A Superfood for Diabetic Patients". EC Nutrition 17.6 (2022): 07-13. Camel milk is rich in many nutrients that are important for ove...
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Background: SARS-CoV-2 may present with symptoms, coughing, fever, weakness, and breathlessness. Other common symptoms are discoloring skin, rashes or toes color changes, swelling, present with pain, and some individuals without pain[1]. Some researchers think that these rashes are due to respiratory tract infection, which invades the peripheral sk...
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Currently, consumers' interest in camel milk has been increased due to its health benefits. Camel milk is richer in vitamins C and minerals like Mn, iron, Cu and Zn than cow milk. Camel milk has high amount of immunoglobulins and protective enzymes like lactoferrin, peptidoglycan recognition protein, lactoperoxidase and lysozyme. Furthermore, lacti...
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Lactoferrin is one glycoprotein detected in the livestock milk such as cow, buffalo and camel, as camel milk containing highest amount in compared to other livestock species. Lactoferrin boosts the immune system by protecting the cells against bacterial and viral infections and inflammations. Activation, proliferation and regulation of the phagocyt...
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Cancer has emerged as a global health issue and become a one of major cause of deaths in 21 st century. The existing therapeutic approaches to prevent cancer are indeed beneficial but pose different risks to human health and now, tumor heterogeneity, non-specificity and untargeted delivery of anti-cancer drugs arise the problem of chemoresistance....
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Currently, the importance of camel milk has been emphasized around the world base on its health properties. Recently, consumers' interest in camel milk has been largely due to awareness of its special health benefits. Camel milk is a unique source of nutrients and is considered as a super food with medicinal values. Smaller size of nobodies of came...
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The anti-microbial and immune boosting effects of milk lactoferrin in the fish. World J Pharm Sci 2021; 9(7): 45-48. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, which allows adapt, share and build upon the work non-commercially, as long as the aut...
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Aim: This study was performed to investigate the effects of Lactobacillus plantarum (LP) on the in vitro gas production (GP) kinetics and ruminal fermentation parameter of three species of tropical forage Ziziphus mauritiana, Acacia victoria and Moringa oleifera. Methods and results: Experiment treatments were 1) Z. mauritiana (Z) without LP (-Z...
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This study was performed to investigate the effect of replacing alfalfa hay by L. leucocephala leaves in proportions of 25, 50 and 100% on in vitro gas production (GP) parameter, digestibility and in situ degradability in buffalo. Results showed that the volume of GP at 2 to 12 hours after incubation was significantly affected by replacing alfalfa...
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Actually milk lactoferrin is one multifunctional protein topromote bacterial clearance. Lactoferrin is one glycoproteins detected in the livestock milk; as camel milk containing highest amount in compared to other livestock species. Lactoferrin boosts the immune system by protecting the cells against bacterial and viral infections and inflammations...
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Lactoferrin is one of the glycoproteins from the transferrin family which binds Fe3+ ion. Lactoferrin is found in mammalian milk but the camel milk has greater quantity of lactoferrinin compared with other livestock species. Lactoferrin strengthens the immune system by protecting the host cells against bacterial and viral infections and inflammatio...
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Aims: This study was performed to investigate the effects of Megasphaera elsdenii (Me), Saccharomyces cerevisiae (SC) and lactic acid bacteria (FP ‐ Lactobacillus fermentum plus Lactobacillus plantarum) alone or in combination on biogas production and ruminal biofermentation parameter in a heterofermenter system. Methods and Results: To achieve th...
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This experiment was conducted to isolate and identify tannin-degrading bacteria from deer gut and to use these bacteria in improving of the nutritive value and gas production parameters of conocarpus and eucalyptus leaves. Isolation, tannase enzyme activities and processing of eucalyptus and conocarpus leaves with these isolates was conducted for 1...
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Present study aimed to investigate the effect of supplementing heated flaxseed on the milk production, compositionand fatty acid profiles of dairy camels. Eight dromedary lactating camels with an average body weight of 420±26 kgassigned to 2 groups. Tr eatments were included control; grazing without flaxseed and experimental treatment with 100-250...
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Arabi lambs (n =28; body weight = 24 ± 3.7 kg; average age = 120 ± 8 days) were used to investigate the effect of microbial additives on growth performance, microbial protein synthesis and rumen microbial population of fattening lamb based on completely randomized design. Four treatments were studied; (1) control (without additive; CON); (2) Lactob...
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My lecture in international workshop about camel milk
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Camel milk has unique benefits for human health. Protein is the main component which gives special properties to camel milk and effectively influences its nutritional value. Due to lack of β-lactoglobulin in the camel milk, it may be as a proper alternative for human milk. Camel milk is rich in vitamins C, manganese and iron. There are high amount...
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In current COVID-19 pandemic, when there is no specific antiviral treatment and vaccine is available yet, many nutritional supplements have caught the attention to manage the disease. Lactoferrin is one of a natural nutritional supplement found in the milk of livestock mammals and has immunomodulation property due to its iron withholding ability an...
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The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of biofloc produced from a fish pond on digestibility, rumen fermentation, rumination activity, and blood parameters of Najdi goats. At the first, 200 common carp fish (1.00 g) in two water tanks were used for producing biofloc. Then, 12 goats (average body weight of 32.00 ± 1.50 kg aging eight month...
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Conocarpus is a non-toxic plant and exhibits disparate applications in animal nutrition. Leaves, shoots, and remaining branches of this pruning shrub can be used as ideal feed for livestock. In view of this, this experiment was performed to investigate the effect of silage additive on the chemical composition of Conocarpus (Conocarpus erectus L.) s...
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This experiment was conducted to investigate the effect of hemp seeds on in vitro biogas production, and digestibility of one-humped camel. Two female fistulated dromedary camels (300 kg) were fed with a forage diet (60 wheat straw and 40 alfalfa) for 1 month. Then rumen fluid was supplied from camels prior to the morning meal. Experimental samples...
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To investigate the effect of direct fed microbial (DFM) on performance of fattening lamb, 4 treatments (7 animals/treatment) were evaluated; (1) control (without additive; CON); (2) Lactobacillus fermentum and Lactobacillus plantarum (FP); (3) Saccharomyces cerevisiae (SC) plus FP (SCFP) and (4) Megasphaera elsdenii plus SCFP (MSCFP). Feed intake,...
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Conocarpus is a non-toxic plant and exhibits disparate applications in animal nutrition. Leaves, shoots, and remaining branches of this pruning shrub can be used as ideal feed for livestock. In view of this, this experiment was performed to investigate the effect of silage additive on the chemical composition of Conocarpus (Conocarpus erectus L.) s...
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Abstract Background and objectives: Acidosis is a nutritional disorder that is often caused by intake of the high amount of fermentable carbohydrate and an inadequate amount of fiber to induce buffering in the rumen. Hence, a strategy such as the use of microbial additives to prevent acidosis has been suggested. So, this study performed to investig...
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The current research focuses on the effect of Conocarpus erectus L. leaves (CL) processed with two tannin-degrading bacteria Klebsiella pneumoniae (K. p) and Acinetobacter (A. b) on digestion activity and fermentation parameters of rumen bacteria and fungi in Arabian sheep. These isolates capable of utilizing tannic acid as sole carbon and energy s...
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The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of feeding palm kernel on semen quality, thyroidal and reproductive hormones and some blood parameters of rams. Eighteen Arabi rams with an average BW of 39±5 kg and 10 months age, were fed with one of the following rations: a control ration (CON) with no date kernel or the same ration containin...
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Keywords: Autism; Antioxidant; Brain; Camel Milk; Oxidative Stress Autism is a neurodevelopment disorder and autoimmune disease that is linked with gastrointestinal disease, mental retardation, impairment of behavioral and social communication. Oxidative stress has a key role in autism. Oxidative stress occurs when reactive oxygen species amounts e...
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The aim of this study was to compare the in vitro digestibility of diet containing Subabul (Leucaena leucocephala) at the blooming stage in cow and dromedary camel. The experimental diets were including 0, 25, 50 and 100% of Subabul branches as a replacement of Alfalfa (Medicago sativa). The ingredients of diets were Alfalfa, wheat straw, corn sila...
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This study was conducted to investigate the effect of different levels of oak kernel on rumen digestibility and fermentation, blood metabolites and liver enzymes of Khuzestani buffalo. Sixteen male buffaloes, one year old were fed with experimental diets containing different levels of oak kernel (0, 15.8%, 31.58% and 47.37% equal to 0, 1.5, 3 and 4...
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Keywords: Squaw Mint; Oxidative Stability; Microbial Load; Quail Meat This trial was conducted to evaluate effect of squaw mint herb on antioxidant activity and microbial count of quail meat at storing different times. In this experiment, 80 one-day-old Japanese quails were used with 5 treatments in a completely randomized design and then fed with...
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Under the diabetic condition or hyperglycemia, the cells may not respond properly to insulin or defects in insulin secretion by the pancreas, therefore glucose level of blood is excessive. Chronic hyperglycemia is linked with the dysfunction and failure of various organs especially the eyes, heart, nerves, kidneys, liver and blood vessels; and make...
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Article history: The aim of this experiment was to investigate rumen fermentation and some blood parameters of dromedary camels fed with C3 and C4 forage. Four fistulated dromedary adult camels were fed with diets as a changeover design, 30 days for each period. The diets included alfalfa hay + wheat straw (C3 forage) and atriplex+ suaeda + seidlit...
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The objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of supplementing essential fatty acids (FA), during late gestation and the preweaning and early weaning periods on passive immunity, growth, health, rumen fermentation parameters, blood metabolites, and behavior of dairy calves. During the last 3 weeks of pregnancy, cattle (n = 120), within pa...
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Background and Objectives: Lignocellulosic material is important in ruminant rations and because of its cost-effectiveness and effect on optimum rumen performance and its health included in ruminant rations. Although these compounds can be fermentable by many rumen microbes, the presence of proteins, fibers and other edible source nutrients in the...
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Aims This study was conducted to isolate and identify the cellulolytic bacteria from gastrointestinal tract of Arabian horse and investigate their effect on the nutritional value of wheat straw. Methods and Results Fresh feces were collected from four Arabian horses. The cellulose‐hydrolytic bacteria were isolated by using medium amended with carb...
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The objective of this study was to determine the effect of dietary supplementation with calcium salts of n-3 and n-6 fatty acids (FA) during the last 3 weeks of gestation on colostrum composition and productive and reproductive performance of nulliparous and parous Holstein cows during the entire subsequent lactation. During the last 3 weeks of pre...
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The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of Natuzyme enzyme mixture (0, 3, and 6 g/kg dry matter [DM]) on microbial digestion as well as fermentation of wheat straw and alfalfa hay in Arabian horse. Four female Arabian horses (3–4 years, average body weight 400 kg) were fed with diet containing 35% commercial concentrate +65% forage (wheat...
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The objective was to evaluate the effect of supplementing Ca-salts of fish oil or Ca-salts of soybean oil during the last 3 wk of gestation and during the preweaning period of calves on growth performance of Holstein calves. During the last 3 wk of pregnancy, Holstein cattle (n = 120) were fed no fat supplement (CON), supplemented with Ca-salts of...
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Abstract The aim of this experiment was to determine the chemical composition, digestibility, fermentation and ruminal degradation parameters of siris (Albizia lebbeck) leaves, flowers and pods by total microorganisms or fungi + protozoa mixture in one-humped camel. Chemical composition of samples was measured and gas production technique and in si...
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The aim of this experiment was to evaluate the effect of feeding Mentha pulegium L. leaf powder on egg quality indexes and cholesterol content of laying quails. 150 one-day-old Japanese quail were used with 5 treatments, 3 replicates and 10 quail per replicate in a completely randomized design, then fed with experimental diets for 12 weeks. The die...
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The aim of this work was to produce biofloc from the fish breeding system and study of its effect on in vitro ruminal digestibility and gas production in the ruminants. In the first phase of the experiment, two hundred common carp fishes (1gr) in two tanks with capacity 250 liters' water were used for producing biofloc. In the second stage, the eff...
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This experiment was conducted to evaluate of rumen cellulolytic bacteria activity of dromedary camels fed cultivable and pasture forage. Fistulated dromedary camels were fed for 35 days in 2 periods as cross over design with cultivable and pasture forage (4 camels per forage). Then rumen fluid was collected after morning feeding. Inoculant of cellu...
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This experiment was conducted to study the use of mesquite tree (Prosopis juliflora) leaves and pods in the diet of Arabian camel (Camelus dromedarius) in Khuzestan, Iran. Fresh leaves and pods were collected, air dried and ground. The gas production parameters of samples were determined by gas test and parameters of foregut degradability by in sit...
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This experiment was conducted to evaluate effect of milk thistle (Sylibum marianum) seed on blood lipids and total antioxidant capacity in Japanese quail. In this experiment, 192 one day old quails were used with 4 treatments, 4 replications, and 12 quail chicks per each replication that fed with experimental rations; control and 3 levels of milk t...
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The aim of this experiment was to investigate effect of oak kernel on digestibility, rumen fermentation and some blood parameters of Arabi sheep and Najdi goat. In this research, oak kernel (63 percent) was used in feeding six Arabi sheep and six Najd goats with the average live weight of 50±3 Kilograms for 28 days and at the end of experiment, dig...
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2 .‫ایران‬ ،‫خوزستان‬ ‫رامین‬ ‫طبیعی‬ ‫منابع‬ ‫و‬ ‫کشاورزی‬ ‫دانشگاه‬ ،‫دامی‬ ‫علوم‬ ‫گروه‬ ،‫ارشد‬ ‫کارشناسی‬ ‫دانشجوی‬ ‫چکیده‬ ‫مطالع‬ ‫این‬ ‫از‬ ‫هدف‬ ‫ه‬ ، ‫تغذیه‬ ‫ارزش‬ ‫بررسی‬ ‫ای‬ ‫گوزن‬ ‫در‬ ‫تانن‬ ‫از‬ ‫غنی‬ ‫درختان‬ ‫برگ‬ ‫مرال‬ ‫بود‬. ‫شامل‬ ‫تیمارها‬ ‫برگ‬ ‫ه‬ ‫ای‬ Ziziphus spina ، Albizia lebbeck ، europaea Oleae ‫و‬ Conocarpus erectu...
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The objective of this study was to investigate the effects of diets containing different levels of milk thistle (0, 100 and 200 g/kg dry matter) and grains (barley and corn) with different rumen degradation rates on rumen bacteria and whole rumen microorganisms (WRM) of Khuzestan buffalo. The gas production (GP) technique, two steps digestion and s...
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This study investigated the effect of replacing alfalfa hay by subabul leaf meal (SLM) on digestion, fermentation parameters and rumen bacteria and fungi activity of Najdi goats. Six Najdi goats (150 ± 15 days of age and initial body weight of 35 ± 1.1 kg) were randomly assigned to one of two dietary treatments in a balanced completely randomized d...
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