Workshop on Mendeley Desktop

Title: Academic writing using reference manager "Mendeley".

Date: Thursday, 26th of October 2017.

Time: 9:00 AM.

Site: The seminarHall, administration building, 3rd floor.

It is advisable to bring your Laptop with you. 

Link: Click Mendeley

For Master students

For Master students enrolled in  CLP-1100

"Clinical pathology- Blood and Bone Marrow Disorders".

We will meet together in the following lectures:

Lecture (1): Sunday, 23/10/2016 Hematoporsis

For Diploma Students

For Diploma Students enrolled in the First semester of the academic year 2016/2017

We will meet together in the following lectures:

Lecture (1): Sunday, 15/01/2017, at 11:00 AM entitled "Clinical Pathology of Pancreas and Pancreatic Disorders: Exocrine Pancreas".

Ibrahim, A. K., A. M. ElBehairy, K. M. A. Mahran, and W. S. Awad, "Clinical and laboratory diagnosis of piroplasmids in naturally infected cattle in Egypt",, vol. 69, no. 2, pp. 191–203, 2009. AbstractFull-text


El-Shamy, E., A. El-Sissi, K. M. A. Mahran, A. R. Ahmed, and S. Y. Ahmed, "Clinico-immunological Studies on the Toxicity of Acrylamide and its Chemoprevention by Lipoic Acid in Rats", Egyptian Journal of Comparative Pathology and Clinical Pathology, vol. 29, issue 1, pp. 75-89, 2016. AbstractFull-text

The present study was aimed to investigate the hazardous effects of acrylamide (ACR) in rats and the efficacy of the lipoic acid (LA) to overcome these effects. For this purpose, 140 rats were randomly assigned to four groups: group 1 (G1): Control group; Group2 (G2) and Group3 (G3): Rats were intoxicated with ACR, 5.0 mg /kg b.wt/ day, in drinking water for 3 months . Beside (ACR) rats in (G3) were co-treated with LA, 100 mg/kg b.wt., in drinking water. Group4 (G4): Rats were given LA in the same dose. Acrylamide intoxicated rats revealed neurobehavioral symptom, anemia, significant increase in hepatic enzymes, alterations in renal function, glucose and hypoproteinemia. Also there were significant inhibition in the activities of creatine kinase (CK) and cholinesterase (ChE). Moreover, ACR induce oxidative stress manifested by significant increase in malondialdehyde (MDA) and nitric oxide (NO) and depletion of glutathione (GSH). The inhibition of innate immunity was manifested by significant decrease of phagocytic activity and index of peritoneal macrophage (PM), and significant increase in lysozyme activity. The genotoxicity of ACR were demonstrated by comet assay, chromosomal aberrations and micronucleus test. Co-administration of LA with ACR significantly ameliorated hazardous changes of ACR comparing to ACR intoxicated group. Also lipoic acid induces slight protection against ACR genotoxicity. Therefore, LA seems to be a good candidate for therapeutic intervention against ACR toxicity and could be contributed into clinical application.