E-ISSN 2707-0603 | ISSN 1999-6527

 Aims and Scope of Al-Anbar Journal of Veterinary Sciences (AJVS)


Al-Anbar Journal of Veterinary Sciences is a globally accessible, peer-reviewed scientific journal dedicated to publishing the latest and novel research articles, case reports, and reviews in the veterinary and animal sciences field. The journal aims to contribute to disseminating high-quality scientific papers and knowledge related to the causes, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases in farm and wild animals, birds, and aquatic animals.


The journal publishes original papers concerning advancements in various fields of veterinary medicine and animal science, including but not limited to:

ü  Internal Medicine, Infectious Diseases, Zoonotic Diseases, and Epidemiology: Studies on the diagnosis and treatment of internal and infectious diseases, focusing on zoonotic diseases and the analysis of their spread.

ü  Nutrition, Food Safety, Biotechnology, Genetic Improvement, Animal Management, Behavior, and Breeding: Research on optimal animal nutrition, food safety techniques, the use of biotechnology for genetic improvement, and the management, behavior, and breeding of animals.

ü  Veterinary Radiology, Endoscopy, Sonography, and Experimental Surgery: Techniques in medical imaging and experimental surgery in veterinary medicine for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases.

ü  Theriogenology and Veterinary Obstetrics: Advanced research in veterinary reproductive medicine and the diagnosis and treatment of reproductive issues.

ü  Microbiology, Virology, Immunology, and Parasitology: Studies on microorganisms, viruses, immune responses, and parasites and their impact on animal health.

ü  Histology, Anatomy, and Pathology: Research on the tissue structure, anatomical features, and diseases affecting animals.

ü  Physiology, Hematology, and Applied Biochemistry: Studies on animal physiological functions, blood analysis, and biochemistry for disease diagnosis.

ü  Pharmacology and Toxicology: Research on the effects of drugs and toxic substances on animal health.

ü  Avian, Poultry, and Wild Bird Diseases: Studies on diseases affecting wild birds and poultry, and methods of prevention and treatment.

ü  Fish and Aquatic Diseases: Research on diseases affecting fish and aquatic organisms, including methods of diagnosis and treatment.

The journal aims to enhance scientific collaboration and knowledge exchange among researchers worldwide, striving for excellence in veterinary scientific research.

2024, Vol: 17, Issue: 1

AJVS. Year: 2024, Volume: 17

    Review Article
  1. The Zoonotic Aspect of Toxoplasma Gondii in Human and Animals: A Review
    Suha tarik Al-Biatee
    AJVS. 2024; 17(1): 1-10
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.37940/AJVS.2024.17.1.1

  2. Review Article
  3. The Association between Free Radicals and the Ovarian Functions: A Review
    Sabea Khamees Abed, Husam Hadi Jasim, Mohammed Ali Shahooth and Mustafa A. Saud
    AJVS. 2024; 17(1): 11-17
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.37940/AJVS.2024.17.1.2

  4. Research Article
  5. Phylogenetic Analysis and Certain Risk Factors of Chlamydia Abortus in Ewes in Nineveh Governorate, Iraq
    Yarub Abulkhaliq Rhawy and Osamah Muwaffag Al-Iraqi
    AJVS. 2024; 17(1): 18-26
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.37940/AJVS.2024.17.1.3

  6. Research Article
  7. Isolation and Molecular Confirmation of Staphylococcus aureus from Bovine Mastitis in Various Locations of Tamil Nadu, India
    Saranraj P, Nisha R , Nandhini D, Yuvalakshmi L
    AJVS. 2024; 17(1): 27-34
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.37940/AJVS.2024.17.1.4

  8. Research Article
  9. Efficacy of Novel Antimicrobial Therapies for Treating Staphylococcus Infections in Wistar Rats
    Noman D. Salih
    AJVS. 2024; 17(1): 35-41
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.37940/AJVS.2024.17.1.5

  10. Research Article
  11. Single-Gene Phylogeny of Brucella Melitensis in Milk Samples of Ewes in Kalar District, Iraqi Kurdistan Region
    Hiwa Yassin Essa and Suha Ali Hussein
    AJVS. 2024; 17(1): 42-51
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.37940/AJVS.2024.17.1.6

  12. Research Article
  13. Role of Follicular Size on Oocyte Recovery Rate and in Vitro Embryo Production Stages in Local Iraqi Sheep
    Mustafa Ghassan Sulaiman and Abdul Sattar Faraj
    AJVS. 2024; 17(1): 52-58
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.37940/AJVS.2024.17.1.7

  14. Research Article
  15. Histopathological Changes in a Rat Model of Diabetic Neuropathy
    Hanan Kumar Gopalan
    AJVS. 2024; 17(1): 59-65
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.37940/AJVS.2024.17.1.8

  16. Research Article
  17. The effect of injections vitamins A, E, D3 supplemented with omega3 and vitamins A, E, D3 (without omega -3) on the growth performance and some physiological characteristics of local Iraqi female lambs
    T.R. Mohammed , Baraa. H. A, M. A. Shareef
    AJVS. 2024; 17(1): 66-74
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.37940/AJVS.2024.17.1.9

  18. Research Article
  19. Detection and Characterization of Virulent Pseudomonas aeruginosa genes in Fresh Fish at Al-Diwaniya City Market, Iraq.
    Ban Ali Hassan, Aseel Abdulridha Saeed
    AJVS. 2024; 17(1): 75-83
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.37940/AJVS.2024.17.1.10

  20. Research Article
  21. Effect of Sorbitol on Some Physiological and Biochemical Parameters in Diabetic Rats
    Baydaa ghanim mohammed
    AJVS. 2024; 17(1): 84-93
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.37940/AJVS.2024.17.1.11

  22. Research Article
  23. Correlation between BMPR1B Gene Polymorphism and some Reproductive Traits in Awassi Sheep
    A. H. Essa, T. R. Mohammed and N. N. Al-Anbari
    AJVS. 2024; 17(1): 94-104
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.37940/AJVS.2024.17.1.12