Hany Ellakany
Professor and vice dean
Field consultation for broilers, layers, and breeders with an experience in the laboratory diagnosis of poultry viral, bacterial, fungal or parasitic diseases by modern and traditional techniques.
Professor and vice dean
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Participation in Forum on September 16, 2020
abe dessouki DearI think this is too dangerous to take as an act, there will be uncounted, unexpected reactions can be met, so as an advise, do not try.
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Participation in Forum on September 1, 2020
What do colleagues think about the killed mycoplasma vaccine?
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Participation in Forum on September 1, 2020
Mustafa Ezat Dear Dr. MostafaThank you for your participation Do you think the vaccines of mycoplasma could be used in separate projects other than the whole country? I mean is it possible to be used on small scale rather than the whole nation? Especially if there is a lack of good and strict biosecurity?
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Participation in Forum on August 21, 2020
What are the advantages and disadvantages of live Mycoplasma vaccines?
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Participation in Forum on August 21, 2020
Yes, mycotoxins hinder the mechanism of action of vit D regulation in the body including the absorption, of Ca from intestine, distribution of both bit D and Ca in the body including precipitation in the bone or immobilisation to the egg shell under the control of Calcitionin and parathyroid hormones. On autopsy of broiler chickens feed intoxicated, the long bones are fragile and green stick ...
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Participation in Forum on August 20, 2020
What are the advantages and disadvantages of live Mycoplasma vaccines?
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Participation in Forum on August 20, 2020
Dear dr. Wijaya Saputra Seemingly the ELISA titers are not a vaccine titers, because the ts-11 vaccine titers are never ever rise up to this level in 4 weeks period, they diminish or disappear in 4 weeks period. So these titers are infection. So you have to give antibiotics, preferably after sensitivity test for the MG if possible, otherwise, give blindly a reputable anti-mycoplasmal one.
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Participation in Forum on August 6, 2020
Dear Professor Wafaa A. Abd El-Ghany Thank you for your comment and really we need something in poultry that aids in dissolving the fibrin formed around the heart, liver, lungs and airsacs to get them function normally. I hope that serratopeptidase may help in this concept. Regards Hany
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Participation in Forum on August 6, 2020
Dear Tanaji Valmik Lokare Well, in poultry the major usage of serratopeptidase as I might think is dissolving of what is called "fibrious pericarditis, perihepatitis, and airsacculitis". These are inflammatory changes caused by mixed infections of E. coli + Mycoplasma. These inflammatory conditions really waste off all the body gain and the feed conversion to meat. By getting rid of these ...
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