Ahmed Hasan Ahmed

Assistant Lecturer

College of Dentistry

Department of Basic Sciences

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  • Ahmed H. Ahmed has been teaching in Dentisrty College since 2008. Currently, he is a PhD researcher in Cell Physiology-College of Science-Salahaddin University. He has worked hardly in cardiovascular toxicity of mercury in isolated vascular SMCs and endothelial vasomotor agents. The future efforts will focus on vasoactive agents (urotensin-II).

  • The research trend lines include:

    Urotensin-II, Endothelin-1, Angiotensin system, EDRF, EDHF, H2S and NO signaling, potassium and calcium channels in VSMCs, hemodynamic and renal alteration techniques, membrane proteins expression techniques, cardiovascular hormones and cellular messenger systems.

  • 1. Endothelin-1 and angiotensin-II modulate urotensin-II
    vasoconstriction in rat aorta exposed to mercury...Bratisl Med J 2018; 119 (7) 444 – 449 DOI: 10.4149/BLL_2018_081 (Thomson reuters)

    2. The roles of potassium channels in contractile response to
    urotensin-II in mercury chloride induced endothelial
    dysfunction in rat aorta   ....Iranian Journal of Veterinary Research, v19,No3 Ser 64:2018 (Thomson reuters)

    3. Histological and biochemical effects of 1,1,1-trichloroethane on the testes of rats...  ZANCO journal of pure and applied Science.2018,30(2):10-19

    4.Effects of Querecetin on some biochemical variables in hyperhomocysteinemic induced male albino rats.ZANCO journal of pure and applied Science.2009,21(3)

    5. Effects of welding fume particles on haematological parameters in male albino rats. Zanco J.Med.Sci2013 vol. 17

  • B.Sc. in Biology-College of Science-Salahaddin University

    M.Sc. in Biology-College of Science-Salahaddin University

    PhD student in Cell physiology-College of Science-Salahaddin University

  • Researches in:

    Isolated smooth muscles

    Cardiovascular toxicity

    Mercury toxicity

    Invasive and non-invasive BP techniques

    Plant extract antioxidant capacity

    Endothelial Vasomotor agents

    Potassium channels signaling

    Calcium channels signaling

    Second messenger systems


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