Friday 06/10/1441 - 29/05/2020

Camel Research Center


 Research Publications

1- Khalafalla AI, El-Sabagh E, Al-Busada K, Al-Mubarak A, Ali Y(2015).  Phylogenetic analysis of eight Sudanese camel contagious ecthyma viruses based on B2L gene sequence. Virology Journal, 12: 124. doi: 10.1186/s12985-015-0348-7.

2- Khalafalla AI, ​Al-Busada KA, El-Sabagh IM (2015). Multiplex PCR for rapid diagnosis and differentiation of pox and pox-like diseases in dromedary Camels. Virol J. 7;12:102. doi: 10.1186/s12985-015-0329-x.

3- Khalafalla AI, Xiaoyan Lu, Abdullah I.A. Al-Mubarak, Abdul Hafeed S. Dalab, Khalid A.S. Al-Busadah, and Dean D. Erdman (2015). MERS-CoV in Upper Respiratory Tract and Lungs of Dromedary Camels, Saudi Arabia, 2013–2014. Emerging Infectious Diseases. 21(7):1153-8. doi:10.3201/eid2107.150070. 

4- Ghoneim, I.M., Waheed, M.M., Adam, Moh​ammed and Al-Eknah, M.M (2015). Relationship between the size of the dominant follicle, vaginal electrical resistance, serum concentrations of oestradiol and progesterone and sexual receptivity during the follicular phase of the dromedary camel (Camelus dromedarius). Anim. Reprod. Scie., 154, 63-67. 

5- Al-Shami, Salah Abdulaziz, El- Habashi, Nagwan,. Mandour, Mohamed  A.,Hussein, Yehia Ahmed and Al-Eknah, Marzook Mohamed (2014). The potential effect of camel milk and urine against CCL4 - induced lesions in male rats. Accepted for final publication in Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances, 13: 20,1160-1166

6- Ghoneim, I.M., Waheed, M.M., Fouda, T.A, Al-Eknah, M.M., Al-Mugalli, A.M., Al-Deeb, W.M. and Eljalii, I.M.  (2014). Some biochemical and haematological aspects associated with pyometra and endometritis in female camels (Camelus dromedarius). Journal of Camel Practice and Research, 21: 99-102.
7- Ghoneim, I.M., Waheed, M.M., Al-hofofi,  A.N., Fayez, M.M., Al-Eknah, M.M., Al-Busadah, K.A. and Al-humam, N.A. (2014). Evaluation of the microbial quality of fresh ejaculates of camel (Camelus dromedarius) semen. Ani. Reprod. Animal Reproduction Science 149, 218–223 

8- Al-Sultan, Abdulrahman, Al-Eknah, Marzook, Al-dougym, Abdullah and Aboulmagd, Elsayed (2014). Detection of Klebsiella pneudomonas aeruginosa and ESBL Producing Escherichia coli Association with Ovarian Hydrobursitis Syndrome in Female Camels (Camelus dromedaries). Asian Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advanceses 9, 499-505. 

9- Albrecht S, Lane JA, Mariño K, Al Busadah KA, Carrington SD, Hickey RM, Rudd PM (2014) .A comparative study of free oligosaccharides in the milk of domestic animals. Br J Nutr. 111(7):1313-28. doi: 10.1017/S0007114513003772.

10- Ghoneim, I.M., Waheed, M.M., El-Bahr, S.M., A.K.Al-haider and Al-Eknah, M.M. Comparison of some biochemical and hormonal constituents of oversized follicles and preovulatory follicles in camels (Camelus dromedarius). Theriogenology (2013), 79:  647-652.

11- Ghoneim I.M., Waheed M.M., Hamouda M.A. Al-Eknah M.M. and AL-Fehaed H.F. Endometrial biopsy technique and histopathological findings of endometritis in camels (Camelus dromedarius) J. Camel Practice and Research (2013), 20:  69-74.

12- Ghoneim, I.M., Waheed, M.M., Al-Eknah, M.M. and El-Bahr, S.M. Immunization against GnRH in the male camel (Camelus dromedarius): effects on sexual behavior, testicular volume, semen characteristics and serum testosterone concentrations. Theriogenology (2012), 78:  1102-1109 

13- Homeida, A.M., Al-Eknah, M.M., Alfattah, M.A., Al-Khalifa, K.A., Bursais, K.A. and Al-Busadah, K.A. (2012). Occurance of Organochlorine Compounds in follicular Fluid and Their Effect on Steroid Hormones in Follicles of Camels. J. Environ. Sci. Technolo.,5,  137-141. 

14- Waheed, M.M., Al-Eknah, M.M. and El-Bahr, S.M. (2011). Some Biochemical Characteristics and Preservation of Epididymal Camel Spermatozoa (Camelus dromedaries). Theriogenology, 76, 1126-1133. 

15- Homeida A.M.,Al-Eknah M.M., Althnaian T.A., Al- Haider A.K., Albokhadaim I F., and Al-mubarakA.I (2010). Effects of Reproductive Status, Ovariectomy and Sex Steroid administration on Estogen and Progesterone Receptors in the Uterus of Camel. Research Journal of Pharmacology 4,5-8.


16- Ghoneim, I.M., Al-Eknah,M.M., Waheed, A.K., Al-Haider A.K., Homeida, A.M (2010). Effect of some extenders and enzymes on semen viscosity and sperm viability in dromedary camel. Journal of Camel Practice and Research 17,85-89.


17- Waheed, M.M., Al-Eknah, M.M., Hamouda, M.A. and Al-Dughaym. A.M. (2009). Uterine Histopathological findings of infertile female camels (Camelus dromedaries). Journal of Camel Practice and Research. 16, 171-177.


18- Ismail, S.T., Al-Eknah, M.M. and Al-Busadah, K.A. (2008). Hormonal Changes During Busserlin GnRH Priming Regimen for Superovulation in the Camel (Camelus dromedarius). Scientific Journal of King Faisal University (Basic and Applied Sciences), 9, 103-117


19-Ismail, S.T., Al-Eknah, M. and Hemeida, N (2007). Superovulation Trials for Embryo Transfer in the Camel (Camelus dromedaries). ). Scientific Journal of King Faisal University (Basic and Applied Sciences), 8, 51-60.


20- Hegazy, A., El-Dughaym, A., Al-Eknah, M, Housawi, F. and Hatem, M. (2004). Studies on Mastitis in Female Camels with Special Reference to Brucellosis. Journal of Camel Science, 1, 96-102.


21- Hegazy, A., Ali, A., Al-Eknah, M. and Ismail, S. (2004). Studies on Pituitary-Ovarian Axis in the Female Camel with Special Reference to Cystic and Inactive Ovaries. Journal of Camel Science, 1, 16-24.


22- Al-Eknah, M.M. and Ali, A.M. (2001). Infundibular cysts jeopardize reproduction in the camel (Camelus dromedaries). Emi. J. Agric. Sci., 13, 52-56.


23- Al-Eknah, M.M., Homeida, A.M., Ramadan, R.O., Al-Modhi, F.A. and Al-Busadah, K.A. (2001). Pregnancy dependence on ovarian progesterone in the camel (Camelus dromedaries). Emi. J. Agric. Sci., 13, 27-32.


24- Al-Eknah, M., Hemeida, N. and Al-Haider, A. (2001). A new approach to collection of semen by artificial vagina from the dromedary camel. Journal of Camel Practice and Research. 2, 127-130.


25-Al-Eknah, M.M. (2001). Camel Reproduction. In: Arthur’s Veterinary Reproduction andObstetrics. Eds. Noakes, D.E., Parkinson and England, G. Harcourt Health Science, UK.


26- Hegazy, A, Al-Eknah, M., Kotob, M., Hemeida, N. and Serur, B. (2001). Pathological and microbiological studies on the reproductive tract of the female dromedary camel. J. Egypt. Vet. Med. Ass. 61, 9-25.


27- Al-Eknah, M.M. (2000). Reproduction in Old World camels. Animal Reproduction Science, 60-61: 583-592.


28- Gaili, E.S.E.​,​ Al-Eknah, M.M. and Sadek, M.H.  (2000). Comparative milking performance of three types of Saudi camels (Camelus dromedarius). Journal of camel Practice and Research, 7: 73-76.

29- W.M. Hashim, Salah Eldin S. Ahmed, A. Aziz Makkawi, Galal M. Yousif and S.C. Mehta (December 2014). TWENTY FIVE POLYMORPHIC MICROSATELLITE LOCI USED TO GENOTYPE SOME CAMEL TYPES & SUBTYPES FROM SUDAN, QATAR, CHAD AND SOMALIA. journal of Camel Practise and Research, Vol 21 No 2, p 1-9.

30- W.M.Hashim, Galal.M. Yousif, Ali. A. Majid, Hamid. S. Abdalla, Abdelmalik I. Khalafalla, Salah Eldin S. Ahmed (2015). DROMEDARY CAMELS IN SUDAN, TYPES AND SUB TYPES, DISTRIBUTION AND MOVEMENT. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research & Analysis, Vol 5, Issue 1, 2015, P 8-12.

31- Hashim Mohamed W, Yousif G. M, Majid A. A, Khalafalla A. I, Gornas N. A, Abdalla MK (March 12 14 –th, 2009). Molecular identification of some Sudanese and African camel types using RAPD–PCR (DAF/AP-PCR). Proceeding, second Conference of the International Society of Camelid Research and Development, Djerba, Tunisia.

32- Wathig H. Mohamed, Abdelmalik I. Khalafalla , Galal M. Yousif and Mohamed K. Abdullah (4 7 – March 2007). Camel Types in the Sudan and Future Prospectives. Animal Genetic Resources Biodiversity Conference, Khartoum, SUDAN.