Ramy Kamal Amin Sayed

Lecturer - Lecturer of Veterinary Anatomy and Embryology

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

Address: Department of Anatomy and Embryology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Sohag University




Ramy K. A. Sayed

              B.V.Sc., M.V.Sc., Ph.D                

Lecturer of Veterinary Anatomy and Embryology

Welcome to my academic website. Here you can find enclosed my research interests, publications, teaching and research experiences,as well as contact informations


Website: https://scholar.google.com.eg/citations?user=XcJq_gMAAAAJ&hl=en




Email: ramy.kamal@vet.sohag.edu.eg & ramyelsheaby7@gmail.com

Mobile: 01025933699



2020-04-19 01:37:03
تشريح الجهاز التناسلي الأنثوي للدواجن
تشريح الجهاز التناسلي الأنثوي للدواجن لطلاب المستوى الثاني برنامج الأنتاج الحيواني والدواجن بكلية الزراعة Read more

2020-04-19 01:30:59
Development of the genital system
Development of the genital system for first year students Read more

2020-04-18 01:26:49
Development of the central nervous system (Part II Spinal cord)
Development of the central nervous system (Part II Spinal cord) for second year students Development of the spinal cord Read more

2020-04-18 01:09:51
Development of the central nervous system (Part I Brain)
Development of the central nervous system (Part I Brain) for second year students Development of the brain Read more

2020-04-12 18:32:54
تشريح الجهاز البولي والتناسلي الذكري للدواجن لطلاب المستوي الثاني بكلية الزراعة
تشريح الجهاز البولي والتناسلي الذكري للدواجن لطلاب المستوي الثاني بكلية الزراعةتشريح الجهاز البولي والتناسلي الذكري Read more

β-RA reduces DMQ/CoQ ratio and recues the encephalopathic phenotype in Coq9R239X mice
Coenzyme Q (CoQ) deficiency has been associated with primary defects in the CoQ biosynthetic pathway or to secondary events. In some cases, the exogenous CoQ supplementation has limited efficacy. In the Coq9R239X mouse model with fatal mitochondrial encephalopathy due to CoQ deficiency, we have tested the therapeutic potential of b-resorcylic acid (b-RA), a structural analog of the CoQ precursor 4-hydroxybenzoic ... Read more

Lack of NLRP3 inflammasome activation reduces age-dependent sarcopenia and mitochondrial dysfunction, favoring the prophylactic effect of melatonin
To investigate the role of NLRP3 inflammasome in muscular aging, we evaluated here the morphological and functional markers of sarcopenia in the NLRP3-knockout mice, as well as the beneficial effect of melatonin supplementation. The gastrocnemius muscles of young (3 months), early-aged (12 months), and old-aged (24 months) NLRP3-knockout female mice were examined. Moreover, locomotor activity and apoptosis were assessed. The ... Read more

2019-09-17 12:12:18 | Keywords
Retinoid-related orphan nuclear receptor alpha- (RORα-) deficient mice display morphological testicular defects
The role of retinoid-related orphan receptor, one of the transcription factors reported in testis, in testicular function is unclear, so this study was performed to evaluate the qualitative and quantitative changes in the testicular structure of RORα-deficient mice using light-, electron-microscopy, and immunohistochemistry. Among the most striking alterations observed in the testis of the mutant mice were hypospermatogenesis, marked reduction ... Read more

2018-10-14 18:57:30 | Keywords Propolis, Catalase, Glucose, ANTIOXIDANT, Hepatocytes, wheat,
Behavioral, hepato-morphological, and biochemical studies on the possible protective effect of black seed and water bath against change-mediated heat stress on pigeon
Background: Heat stress condition (34 °C, Egyptian summer season) in pigeon leads to a lot of negative impacts on behavior, physiology, hepatic architecture, and biochemical parameter changes. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of water bath as a managerial and low-quality diet (wheat) as well as some feed additives (propolis or black seed) as nutritional factors ... Read more

In Vivo Determination of Mitochondrial Respiration in 1-Methyl-4-Phenyl-1,2,3,6-Tetrahydropyridine-Treated Zebrafish Reveals the Efficacy of Melatonin in Restoring Mitochondrial Normalcy
Although mitochondria dysfunction is related to multiple diseases, no in vivo studies are available on mitochondrial respiration in animal parkinsonian models. Our aim is to analyze in vivo mitochondrial respiration, which reflects changes in mitochondrial bioenergetics more precisely than in vitro mitochondrial preparations. These experiments can be carried out in zebrafish embryos, which were treated with 1-methyl-4-phenyl-1,2,3,6- tetrahydropyridine (MPTP) from ... Read more