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Prof. Ali Saadoun

University of the Republic, Monteveideo, Uruguay.

E-mail: asaadoun@fcien.edu.uy


1987 DOCTORAT ES Sciences in Nutrition Physiology and Physiopathology at the PARIS VII University (France)

1984 DOCTORAT 3eme Cycle in Life Sciences, option Agricultural Sciences at the Rennes University from Rennes I (France)

1981 DIPLOME D'ETUDES APPROFONDIES (DEA) in Applied Animal Physiology at the Rennes University from Rennes (France)

1980 DIPLOME D'ETUDES SUPERIEURES (DES) in Animal Biology at Institute of Biology of Sciences and Technology University from Algiers

Publications (Selected)

  1. A., SAADOUN, M.C., CABRERA (2013).  Nutritional quality of beef produced in Uruguay.   Invited papers. Archivos  Latinoamericanos de Producción Animal.  21(2): 121-130.
  3. Organic and Conventional Chicken Meat Produced In Uruguay: Colour, Ph, Fatty Acids Composition and Oxidative Status.  American Journal of Food and Nutrition, 1 (2): 12-21
  4. A., SAADOUN, M.C. CABRERA (2012). Calidad nutricional de la carne bovina producida sobre pasturas en Uruguay. Veterinaria, 48 (supl 1): 97-103.
  5. A. RAMOS, M.C. CABRERA, A. SAADOUN (2012). Bioaccessibility of Se, Cu, Zn, Mn and Fe, and haem iron content in unaged and aged meat of Hereford and Braford steers fed pasture. Meat Science, 91: 116-124.
  6. A.TEREVINTO, A. RAMOS; M.C. CABRERA; A. SAADOUN (2010). Oxidative status, in vitro iron-induced lipid oxidation and superoxide dismutase, catalase and glutathione peroxidase activities in rhea meat. Meat Science, 84: 4, 706 – 710.
  7. M.C. CABRERA; A. RAMOS; A. SAADOUN; G. BRITO (2010).  Selenium, copper, zinc, iron and manganese content of seven meat cuts from Hereford and Braford steers fed pasture in Uruguay. Meat  Science, 84 :3,518 – 528.
  8. A. RAMOS; MC CABRERA; M. DEL PUERTO; A. SAADOUN (2009). Minerals, haem iron and non-haem iron in rhea meat . Meat Science, 81, 116 – 119.
  9. A. SAADOUN, M.C.CABRERA (2008).  Hypophagic  and dipsogenic effect of the 5-HT1A receptor agonist 8-OH-DPAT in broiler chickens. Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition, 92: 5,  597 – 604.
  10. A. SAADOUN, M.C.CABRERA (2008). A review of the nutritional content and technological parameters of indigenous sources of meat in South America. Meat Science, 80: 3, 570 – 581.
  11. M.C.CABRERA; M. DEL PUERTO; R. OLIVERO; E.OTERO; A. SAADOUN  (2007). Growth, yield of carcass and biochemical composition of meat and fat in nutria (Myocastor coypus) reared in an intensive production system. Meat Science, 76: 2, 366 – 376.
  12. M.C.CABRERA; A. SAADOUN; A. GROMPONE; T. PAGANO; M. SALHI; R. OLIVERO; M. DEL PUERTO (2006). Enriching the egg yolk in n-3 fatty acids by feeding hens with diets containing horse fat produced in Uruguay. Food Chemistry, 98:4,767 – 773.
  13. M.C.CABRERA; A. SAADOUN (2006). Fasting duration influences the inhibition of food intake by histamine in chicken. Physiology and Behavior, 88, 506 – 515.
  14. A. SAADOUN; M.C. CABRERA; P. CASTELLUCIO (2006). Fatty acids, cholesterol and protein content of nutria (Myocastor coypus) meat from an intensive production system in Uruguay. Meat  Science, 72: 4, 778 – 784.
  15. A. SAADOUN; W. ALALLON; M.C.CABRERA (2006). Los acidos grasos poliinsaturados (PUFA) en el desarrollo del cancer. Revista Uruguaya de Patología Clínica, 40, 25 - 52.