Discussion of a Master’s Thesis in Physiology, at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Kerbala for the student Amal Abdel Sajjad Karim

A master’s thesis was discussed in the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Kerbala, in the branch of Physiology, Biochemistry and Pharmacology, by the student (Amal Abdel-Sajjad Karim) and entiteled with :
((Effect of epcuinine 10 and kisspeptin on reproductive efficiency of male rats during the pre-pubertal stage))
And that will be on Sunday 17/10/2021 in the discussion hall in the college, in the presence of a number of teachers and the student’s family, and the discussion and supervision committee was formed from Prof. Dr. Sami Rahim Al-Kateb (Chairman), Prof. Dr. Muhammad Raji Shebl (Member), Assistant Prof. Dr. Haidar Nazim Ali Taqi (Member) and Prof. Dr. Ayed Hamid Hassan (Member and Supervisor) .
The aim of the thesis was to investigate the role of kisspeptin as an endocrine disruptor during the critical age before sexual puberty and the protective role of epoequinine.
The thesis included the detection of a disturbance in the endocrine hormones specific to the pituitary axis (gonads) due to exposure to kisspeptin during pre-puberty.
The thesis also discussed the results reached by the researcher that kisspeptin led to a significant decrease in male fertility at the age of puberty, in addition to the protective role of epoequinine in limiting these effects.
The thesis was approved with excelent degree . Congratulations to the student. We wish all postgraduate students success and progress

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