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Abdel-Sattar E, Al-Yahya MA-A, Nakamura N, Hattori M. "Penicillosides A–C, C-15 oxypregnane glycosides from Caralluma penicillata." Phytochemistry. 2001;57:1213-1217. Abstract
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Abdel-Sattar EA. A pharmacognostical study of Chrozophora plicata (Vahl.) growing in Egypt. MSc thesis. Faculty of Pharmacy. Cairo University. Cairo Egypt; 1985. Abstract
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El-Shiekh RA, Al-Mahdy DA, Hifnawy MS, Abdel-Sattar E. "Pharmacognostical study of Ochrosia elliptica Labill. (Apocynaceae)." Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science. 2019;9(5):49-57.
El-Shiekh RA, Al-Mahdy DA, Hifnawy MS, Abdel-Sattar EA. "Pharmacognostical study of Ochrosia elliptica Labill.(Apocynaceae)." Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science. 2019;9:049-057. Abstract
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Abdel-Sattar E, Mehanna ET, El-Ghaiesh SH, Mohammad HMF, Elgendy HA, Zaitone SA. "Pharmacological action of a pregnane glycoside, Russelioside B, in dietary obese rats: impact on weight gain and energy expenditure." Frontiers in pharmacology. 2018;9:990. Abstract
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Agha AM, Abdelsattar E, Galal A. "Pharmacological study of Cuscuta campestris Yuncker." Phytotherapy research. 1996;10:117-120. Abstract
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Abdel-Sattar E, Kohiel MA, Shehata IA, Rashwan OA, El-Askary H. "PHENOLIC (CONSTITUENTS OF GYMNARRHENA MICRANTHA DESE." Bull. Fac. Pharm. Cairo Univ. 2000;38:137-140. Abstract
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Abdel-Sattar E, Kohiel MA, Shihata IA, El-Askary H. "Phenolic compounds from Eucalyptus maculata." Die Pharmazie. 2000;55:623-624. Abstract
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Mekky RH, et al. "Phenolic Compounds from Sesame Cake and Antioxidant Activity: A New Insight for Agri-Food Residues’ Significance for Sustainable Development.". In: Extraction Strategies to Recover Bioactive Compounds, Incorporation into Food and Health Benefits. Basel, : MDPI; 2020.
Shabana M, Gonaid M, Salama MM, Abdel-Sattar E. "Phenylalkylamine alkaloids from Stapelia hirsuta L." Natural product research. 2006;20:710-714. Abstract
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Mariam Abd Elhameid MM, Abdel-Sattar E, Salama MM, Sleem AA. "Phytochemical and biological investigation of Leptadenis heterophylla Decne. fruit and its latex." Future. 2013;1:1. Abstract
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Dawidar AM, Mubarak AY, Abdel-Mogib M, Abdelsattar E. "Phytochemical investigation of Caralluma wissmannii O. Schwart." Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences . 2012;3:884-892.
AM D, AY M, M A-M, E A-sattar. "Phytochemical investigation of Caralluma wissmannii O. Schwart." Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences. 2013;3:884-892. Abstract
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Abdel-Sattar E, Mossa JS. "PHYTOCHEMICAL INVESTIGATION OF USNEA ARTICULATA (L.) HoFFow." Bull. Fac. Pharm. Cairo Univ. 2000;38. Abstract
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Elsayed AM, Basyoni MM, Elgayed SH, El-Badry AA, Abdel-Sattar E. "Pregnane glycoside from Huernia saudi-arabica as latent schistosomicidal mediator." Natural product research. 2020;34:311-316. Abstract
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Al-Yahya MA-A, Abdel-Sattar E, Guittet E. "Pregnane glycosides from Caralluma russeliana." Journal of natural products. 2000;63:1451-1453. Abstract
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Abdel-Sattar E, H.Abdelhady D, Ghazi EW, et al. "Proanthocyandins Rich Extract of Calligonum comosum Ameliorates Doxorubcin Induced Immunosuppression and Hepato-renal Toxicity ." Pharmaognosy magazine. 2019;15(66): 545-552.
Abdel-Sattar E, Abdelhady DH, Ghazy EW, et al. "Proanthocyanidins rich extract of Calligonum comosum ameliorates doxorubicin-induced immunosuppression and hepatorenal toxicity." Pharmacognosy Magazine. 2019;15:545. Abstract
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Mekky RH, del Mar Contreras M{\'ıa, El-Gindi MR, Abdel-Monem AR, Abdel-Sattar E, Segura-Carretero A. "Profiling of phenolic and other compounds from Egyptian cultivars of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) and antioxidant activity: a comparative study." RSC advances. 2015;5:17751-17767. Abstract
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Ashour OM, Abdel-Naim AB, Abdel-Sattar E, Elberry AA. "Protective Effect of Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) Against Doxorubicin-Induced Cardiotoxicity in Ratsr." Medical Science Monitor. 2011;17:110-115.
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