Zayed Ae

Zayed Ae
Assiut University · Department of Anatomy and Embryology

PhD in Veterinary Anatomy

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Introduction
Zayed Ae currently works at the Department of Biology, Jazan University. Their current project is 'Effect of using Ginkgo biloba extract , Magnetic water and Retinoic acid in amelioration of complications of type 2 Diabetes'.
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November 2009 - June 2015
Jazan University
Position
  • Professor
Description
  • Teaching biology for medical students
November 2009 - June 2015
Assiut University
Position
  • Professor
September 1983 - September 2009
Assiut University
Position
  • Professor

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Type 2 diabetes: Ginkgo biloba extract and magnetized water found effective in new research https://www.nutritioninsight.com/news/type-2-diabetes-ginkgo-biloba-extract-and-magnetized-water-found-effective-in-new-research.html
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27 Aug 2019 --- Popular dietary supplement ginkgo biloba extract and magnetized water may offer sometherapeutic benefit in fighting Type 2 diabetes, according to a study led by the University of Cincinnati (UC)College of Medicine. In the study, both ginkgo biloba and magnetized water were found to improve theantioxidant status associated with Type...
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Introduction: Type 2 diabetes (T2D) is a widely distributed disease that affects large population worldwide. This study aimed to verify the role of Ginkgo biloba (GB) extract and magnetized water (MW) on the survival rate and functional capabilities of pancreatic β-cells in type 2 diabetic rats. Materials and methods: T2D was induced by feeding...
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Aim: The present study was carried out to investigate the morphological and histomorphometric characters of choroid in donkeys, buffalos, camels and dogs. Results: The findings of the study revealed that, macroscopically, the choroid was consisted of two areas in all studied animals, except in camel which consists of one area. Histologically, th...
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Catha edulis Forsk leaves (Khat) is a flowering plant. A high proportion of the adult population in the Arabian Peninsula and the Horn of Africa chews it for its mild stimulant effect. The aim of the current study was to investigate the embryotoxic and teratogenic effects of the Khat extract using 60 female pregnant rats. These were divided to a Kh...
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We aimed in our current study to explore the protective effect of Ginkgo biloba (GB) and magnetized water (MW) against nephrotoxicity associating induced type 2 diabetes mellitus in rat. Here, we induced diabetes by feeding our lab rats on a high fat-containing diet (4 weeks) and after that injecting them with streptozotocin (STZ). We randomly divi...
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This study was made on 24 camel fetuses of crown-rump vertebral length (CVRL) ranging from 10.5 cm to 105 cm CVRL (94–352 days old). These camel fetuses were classified into three groups representing the three trimesters of prenatal life. During the first trimester (94–142 days), lingual papillae (circumvallate and lentiform papillae) were demonstr...
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The testis of the donkey was completely descended into the scrotum around birth. It was covered by a thick tunica albuginea consisting of outer and inner fibrous layers in addition to middle vascular one. Discrete bundles of smooth muscle cells were demonstrated in the outer fibrous layer of the tunica albuginea. These cells give the tunica albugin...
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The aims of the current study were to establish a system of culture for induction of paralysed chondrocytes and to investigate if these cells are really dying. Chondrocytes were isolated from the growth cartilage of fetal equines, centrifuged and cultured as pellets in either 10% fetal calf serum or 10% horse serum for 28 days and processed for lig...
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Abstract In this investigation, the postnatal morphologic and morphometric characteristics of Leydig cells and testicular interstitial tissue in 20 healthy donkey testes were studied. The volume percentage of the interstitial tissue was about 87.24% in neonates and decreased gradually with postnatal age reaching about 21.56% in mature animals. The...
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The wastes produced in the University campus like shredded paper, used teabags, vegetables, etc. were to be sorted and used for the production of vermicompost. Earth worms used in this study were collected from six locations in and around Jazan. The three major species found in Jazan area were Lumbricus terrestris, Aporrectodea longa and Lumbricus...
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The early prenatal development of the tongue of the dromedary resemble in general outline that previously described in other mammals, however species specific differences have not been recognized yet. So the aim of this study to describe the early stages of tongue development in camel by using light and scanning electron microscopes. The current st...
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The present work was carried out on 20 epididymes of sexually mature one humped camel to elucidate the gross ana-tomical, scanning electron microscopical and light microscopical features of the epididymal duct. Anatomically, the epididymal duct of camel consists of three parts i.e. head, body and tail. Histomorphologically, the epididymal duct is s...
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The present work was carried out on 20 testes and epididymis of sexually mature camels to elucidate the gross anatomical, mor-phometerical, light microscopical and scan-ning electron microscopical features of the epididymis in different seasons. Anatomically, the epididymal duct of a camel consists of three parts head, body and tail. Histomorpholog...
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Knowledge of the normal reproductive biology of catfish is of a great importance not only for better understanding of the theory of fish development, but also to be used as a baseline for understanding the pathological changes results form exposure to harmful toxicants. Thus, the aim of the current study was to elucidate the gross anatomical and li...
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Gap junctions are intercellular channels responsible for the exchange of ions, second messengers and small metabolites between adjacent cells and formed of connexin protein subunits. Although connexin 43 (Cx43) is commonly described to be expressed by keratinocytes, there is scanty studies that immuohistochemically followed the changes in the expre...
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Induction of sex reversal in O. niloticus by diethylstilbesterole (DES) and its effect on growth promotion was studied at two different hormone doses, 50mg and 100mg/kg of feed for two different feeding durations of 25 and 40 days. Treated and control groups were sexed using standard gonadal squash technique and sex ratio was calculated. The basic...
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This work was carried out on 22 eyeballs collected from two animal species namely donkey and buffalo (11 from each) to elucidate gross anatomical, light and scanning elec-tron microscopical features of the iris in addition to some morphomet-rical characteristics. The iris consti-tutes a variable relative surface ar-ea (in relation to uvea) being th...
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The present work was carried out on 20 testes and epididymis of sexually mature camels to elucidate the gross anatomical, morphometerical, light microscopical and scanning electron microscopical features of the epididymis in different seasons. Anatomically, the epididymal duct of a camel consists of three parts head, body and tail. Histomorphologic...
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The aim of the current study was to investigate the morphological structure of one of the most common reptilian species in Egypt, Varanus niloticus or Nile monitor. Specimens for histological examination were collected from the esophageus, stomach and small intestine of the Nile monitor and processed for paraffin embedding. Sections were stained wi...
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In this investigation, the postnatal morphologic and morphometric characteristics of Leydig cells and testicular interstitial tissue in donkey were studied. The volume percentage of the interstitial tissue was about 87.24% in neonates and decreased gradually with postnatal age reaching about 21.56% in mature animals. The Leydig cell population unde...
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The prenatal differentiation of male and female gonads of the mouse was investigated both morphologically and immunohistochemically. Sexual dimorphism could be detected as early as 12 days post-coitum (dpc) by the appearance of the primary elements of the tunica albuginea and positive immunoreactivity for anti-Muellerian hormone in the Sertoli cell...
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Immunohistochemistry and in situ hybridization were used to elucidate the distribution of connexine43 (Cx43) protein and its mRNA in mice seminiferous epithelium during testicular ontogenesis. Cx43 protein expresses itself in mice male gonads as early as the premordia germ cells reach the gonadal blastema at 12 days postcoitum (dpc) indicating its...
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The gross and microscopic morphology of the gills of both Nile tilabia (Oreochromis niloticus) and sharptooth catfish (Clarias gariepinus) were described including light and scanning electron microscopy. The anatomical differences between the gill system of the two species were basically related to the geometry of the head and opercular cavities. E...
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Twenty one rabbits, representing various postnatal ages from newly born to four months old (mature rabbits), were used to elucidate the postnatal changes in the morphology of the rabbit tongue grossly and scanning electron microscopically. The tongue of newly born rabbits is thin, measuring 1.5cm long, no papillae could be demonstrated at this age....
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The morphology of the donkey tongue and its papillae were investigated by macroscopy and by light and scanning electron microscopy in ten adult animals (six males and four females). The spatula-shaped tongues measured about 28 cm in length, 4.5 cm in breadth and 3.5 cm in thickness. Samples from different areas of four tongues were grossly examined...
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Light, scanning electron microscopy of endometrial surface and vascular casts were used to study the vascular architecture of the donkey uterus during estrous. The arterial blood supply of the uterus comes from three arteries: the uterine branch of the ovarian artery, the uterine artery of the external iliac artery, and the uterine branch of the ur...
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The morphology and morphometry of camel testicular intertubular tissue are reported for different seasons of the year. The intertubular tissue occupies a comparatively large portion of the camel testis ranging from about 24% in autumn to about 39% in spring. The volume percentages of the different intertubular tissue constituents, namely Leydig cel...

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