Lemiaa Eissa's research while affiliated with University of Bahri and other places

Publications (4)

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The present study aimed at investigating the histological structures of the vallate papillae of the tongue of the dromedary camel. Samples were taken from the tongues of 5 healthy adult dromedary camels, then processed by standard routine histological technique. The vallate papillae were broad, encircled by a distinctive sulcus, and exhibited conca...
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Basement membranes consist of various proteins, the major ones being laminin and collagen type IV. Primary defects in these two proteins have been extensively associated with kidney pathologies. This study aimed to establish baseline information on the immunohistochemical distribution of laminin and collagen type IV, and to corelate these with the...
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Kidneys from adult she camels, cows and ewes (eight from each) were investigated using histologic and histometric techniques to study the renal capsule. The capsule in the kidney of the three species was made up of two layers, outer and inner. The outer layer of the renal capsule was composed mainly of dense collagenous fibres arranged in wavy bund...

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... One of these mechanisms, which is the maintenance of electrolyte and water balance during dehydration and fast rehydration, is attributed to the kidney (Jararr and Faye, 2015). For a better understanding of this renal mechanism, several investigations have been carried out on the histology of the kidney in the dromedary camel (Abdalla and Abdalla, 1979;Safer et al., 1988;Eissa et al., 2018;Eissa et al., 2019, Abdalla, 2020. However, despite these studies, several histological features of the camel kidney remain unknown. ...