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IBRAHIM, R. A. N. I. A. S. M., and M. A. F. Hafez, "Chronic lung disease in paediatric patients: Does magnetic resonance imaging has a role?", Egyptian Journal of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, pp. 53:90, 29022.
Gamal, M., N. A. E. Latif, E. Samir, F. H. Ameen, and D. I. Amin, "Effect of electromyography biofeedback training of the abdominal muscles on bladder function in paraplegic spinal cord injury patients", Physiotherapy Quarterly, vol. 30, issue 1, pp. 51-56, 20222. pq_art_42852-10.pdf
Abdallah, I. S., M. A. M. Atia, A. K. Nasrallah, H. S. El-Beltagi, F. F. Kabil, M. M. El-Mogy, and E. A. Abdeldaym, "Effect of New Pre-Emergence Herbicides on Quality and Yield of Potato and Its Associated Weeds", Sustainability, vol. 13, issue 17, pp. 1-17, 20121.
Hamada, A., "عن ماذا يكتب علماء السياسة العرب: دراسة حالة لعلماء السياسة في مصر ٢٠٠٠-٢٠١٦", تقرير العلوم الاجتماعية في الوطن العربي , لبنان, المجلس العربي للعلوم الاجتماعية , ٢٠١٧, Submitted.

{Gelatin contamination is of great concern from economic and public health point of view. In this study, bacterial contamination during different stages of gelatin manufacturing process was examined. One hundred and fifty four isolates were obtained from different stages of gelatin production process. Wet noodles samples acquired the highest percentage of bacterial isolates (14.93%). Majority of the bacterial isolates were classified as Gram-positive bacilli (79.8%). 51.3% of isolates showed moderate gelatinase activity. The most potent gelatinase producing isolate was identified as Bacillus cereus based on biochemical and 16S rRNA sequence analyses. Fluoroquinolones were the most effective antibiotics against bacterial isolates with the highest sensitivity rate (94.78%). Cinnamon oil exhibits the highest sensitivity rate (97.6%) and low MIC values (0.195 mu l/ml). GC/MC analyses revealed that monoterpenes were the predominant components of the essential oils. The main constituent of cinnamon oil was cinnamaldehyde (63.69%). Gelatinase was purified by ion exchange and size exclusion chromatography. Zymography and SDS-PAGE analysis estimated that the purified enzyme is similar to 100 KDa molecular size.}

Eissa, I. H., H. Mohammad, O. A. Qassem, W. Younis, T. M. Abdelghany, A. Elshafeey, M. A. R. M. Moustafa, M. N. Seleem, and A. S. Mayhoub, "{Diphenylurea derivatives for combating methicillin-and vancomycinresistant Staphylococcus aureus}", {EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY}, vol. {130}, {23 RUE LINOIS, 75724 PARIS, FRANCE}, {ELSEVIER FRANCE-EDITIONS SCIENTIFIQUES MEDICALES ELSEVIER}, pp. {73-85}, {APR 21}, Submitted. Abstract

{A new class of diphenylurea was identified as a novel antibacterial scaffold with an antibacterial spectrum that includes highly resistant staphylococcal isolates, namely methicillin-and vancomycin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA & VRSA). Starting with a lead compound 3 that carries an aminoguanidine functionality from one side and a n-butyl moiety on the other ring, several analogues were prepared. Considering the pharmacokinetic parameters as a key factor in structural optimization, the structureactivity-relationships (SARs) at the lipophilic side chain were rigorously examined leading to the discovery of the cycloheptyloxyl analogue 21n as a potential drug-candidate. This compound has several notable advantages over vancomycin and linezolid including rapid killing kinetics against MRSA and the ability to target and reduce the burden of MRSA harboring inside immune cells (macrophages). Furthermore, the potent anti-MRSA activity of 21n was confirmed in vivo using a Caenorhabditis elegans animal model. The present study provides a foundation for further development of diphenylurea compounds as potential therapeutic agents to address the burgeoning challenge of bacterial resistance to antibiotics. (C) 2017 Elsevier Masson SAS. All rights reserved.}

, "Réflexions sur l’itinéraire d’une recherche, ", Conférence « Jeunes Chercheurs », , Cairo University, November, Submitted.
W, O., A. E. - D. H, E. I, M. H, Z. G, and F. H, "Comparison between Tl-201 and Tc99m MIBI scintimammography in palpable breast masses. Correlation with mammography and histopathology", 81st Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of Radiological Society of North America, North America, Nov 26- Dec 1, Submitted.
Hamada, A., "conflict transformation: the role of NGOs Building peace: state -society mechanisms: the study of reconciliation committees in Egypt ", Mid-West Political Science Association , Chicago, April 2015, Submitted.
Mattar, A., "nutrition in mechanically ventilated patients", critical care summit, Cairo ,Grand Hyatt hotel, 8 January 2015, Submitted.
على, محمود رجب, "المناهج الحديثة في تدريس اللغة العربية (تحليل الأخطاء أنموذجاً)", محمود رجب علي سيد , جامعة كيرالا الهند, 7 فبراير 2018, Submitted.
Mohamed, A. W., A. A. Hadi, A. M. Fattouh, and K. M. Jambi, "LSHADE with semi-parameter adaptation hybrid with CMA-ES for solving CEC 2017 benchmark problems", 2017 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation (CEC), pp. 145 - 152, 5-8 June 2017, Submitted. Abstract
H, M., "Nuclear cardiology in Pediatric patients", The first Egyptian international pediatric cardiology, 4-6,November1992, Submitted.
, "الأسطورة الكورية؛ من الكمتشي إلى التكنولوجيا الرقمية", The International Seminar on the Korean Studies in the Middle East and Africa, Mena House Hotel, 30- 10- 2017, Submitted. lstwr_lkwry_mn_lkmtshy_l_ltknwlwjy_lrqy.pdf
Khedr, R., asmaa hamoda, I. Attia, and H. Taha, "Prognostic value of interim PET among childrenwith advanced HD in developing countries CCHE experience", ASH, USA, 3 DECEMBER, Submitted.
undefined, "Quand l'Histoire fictionnelle prédit l'avenir", Littérature et Histoire, Ain Sokhna, 3 avril 2015, Submitted.
Moustafa, H., M. K. Kamel, A. M. Abdel Hakim, and S. Hantar, "99mTc-HIG and 99mTc-infecton in assessment of disease activity in tuberculosis", European Congress Nuclear Medicine, Berlin, 29 Aug- 4 Sept, Submitted.
Victoria, S., H. Amaral, I. Mulamitsi, S. Bhatnagar, H. Moustafa, H. Kartunihardja, F. Sundram, and K. Britton, "CRF on in vivo imaging for infection (sepsis) and inflammation", European Congress Nuclear Medicine, Berlin, 29 Aug- 4 Sept, Submitted.
Moustafa, H., A. Zaher, S. Eissa, and H. Abd El Dayem, "Role of Q12 as a tumour imaging agent in different malignant tumours", European Congress Nuclear Medicine, Berlin, 29 Aug- 4 Sept, Submitted.
El-Maadawy, M., "Tunnelled Ipsilateral Sheath a Novel Technique in Endovascular Management of SFA Ostial Lesions", Linc , Leipzig, Germany , 28 Jan, Submitted.