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Articles by H.I. Seri
Total Records ( 3 ) for H.I. Seri
  H.I. Seri , T. Hassan , M.M. Salih and Y.H.A. Elmansoury
  A study was conducted to evaluate the sub acute toxicity of Doramectin Injectable formulation in healthy donkeys. This experiment involved four groups of animals, each of five. Three treatment groups received Doramectin injection intramuscularly at 100, 200 and 300 μg kg-1 body weight for seven continuous days. Blood samples were collected daily for the first week and then every week for 3 additional weeks. Results obtained from the treatment groups were compared with those of the control group. Only urea level showed significant increase (p<0.05) both in the treated and control groups at the end of the experiment. The changes encountered here occurred both in treated and non treated animals and the only significant difference is reduction in urea level in the animals that received 100 μg kg-1 of Doramectin when compared to that of control group. Results obtained in this study indicated that Doramectin Injectable is safe to be used in donkeys, but further studies are encouraged to be conducted to ascertain safety.
  H.I. Seri , Husna M. ElBashir , Y.H.A. Elmansoury and M.M. Salih
  The aim of this study is to investigate the effect of doramectin Injectable formulation on some blood biochemical constituents of the donkeys. Selected blood biochemical constituents were examined in 2 groups of donkeys naturally infected with Onchocerca raillieti before and after treatment with doramectin Injectable formulation. The animals received doramectin injection with the manufacturer recommended dose of 200 μg kg-1 body weight either subcutaneously or intramuscularly in the mid ventral part of the neck. Blood samples were collected before injection of the drug and every 4 days for 28 days after treatment. The fluctuation in the blood constituents reported in this study was within the normal values reported by other researchers. The animals did not show any side or adverse effects toward the drug under investigation.
  H.H. Musa , S.L. Wu , C.H. Zhu , H.I. Seri and G.Q. Zhu
  Probiotics are defined as microbial food supplements which beneficially affect the host animal by improving its intestinal microbial balance. The probiotics were improved feed conversion for the target species, reduced morbidity or mortality and benefits for the consumer through improved product quality. In this study, we found that a combination of probiotics with different mechanisms of action could amplify the protective range of bio-therapeutic preparations and the potentiated probiotics are more effective than their components separately. Bacterial probiotics were effective in chickens, pigs and pre-ruminant calves, whereas yeasts and fungal probiotics were given better results in adult ruminants. Probiotics were enhanced the growth of many domestic animals improved the efficacy of forage digestion and quantity and quality of milk, meat and egg. Probiotics protected animals against pathogens, enhanced immune response, reduced antibiotic use and shows high index of safety. The trend for future could be focus on basic research to identify and characterize existing probiotics strains, determine optimal doses needed for certain strain and asses their stability through processing and digestion.
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