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1994
Rumelhart, D. E., B. Widrow, and M. A. Lehr, "The {Basic} {Ideas} in {Neural} {Networks}", Communications of the ACM, vol. 37, pp. 87–92, 1994. Abstract
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Hayes-Roth, F., and N. Jacobstein, "The {State} of {Knowledge} {Based} {Systems}", Communications of the ACM, vol. 37, pp. 27–39, 1994. Abstract
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1993
Aboelela, M., K. Praprost‎, and K. A. Loparo‎, "Expert system for transient stability analysis of electric power networks‎", Jordan International Power System Conference (JIPSC-93), Amman, Jordan, October 4-6, 1993.
, "Surgical Treatment of Intercondylar Fractures of the Humerus in Adults.", EOA International Conference, November 1993.
A.Amin, Z.Kamel, S.Bishara, N.El-Dib, S.El-Naggar, and B.Said, "Effect of praziquantel therapy on the livers of mice infected with Schistosoma mansoni. ", 15th Scientific Congress of the Egyptian Society of Basic Medical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, Cairo, January, 1993.
M.K.Sobhy, G.A.Bassioni, G.H.Salem, N.A.El-Dib, S.M.El-Naggar, and A.I.Younes, "Experimental infection of Cryptosopridium spp. oscyst in mice. ", 15th Scientific Congress of the Egyptian Society of Basic Medical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, Cairo, January, 1993.
M.K.Sobhy, N.A.El-Dib, S.M.E.Fahmy, and S.M.El-Naggar, "Reliability of IHA test in the diagnosis of echinococcosis. ", 15th Scientific Congress of the Egyptian Society of Basic Medical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, Cairo, January, 1993.
Fahmy, A., and A. - W. El-Samak, "The Role of Grammar in the Recognition of Arabic Connected digits Mohamed Riad EL-Ghonemy", Statistics and Computer Science and Operation Research, Cairo, Egypt, December , 1993.
ABDELWAHAB, M. F., A. YOSERY, S. Narooz, G. Esmat, S. ELHAK, S. NASIF, and G. T. Strickland, "IS SCHISTOSOMA-MANSONI REPLACING SCHISTOSOMA-HAEMATOBIUM IN THE FAYOUM", AMERICAN JOURNAL OF TROPICAL MEDICINE AND HYGIENE, vol. 49, no. 6, pp. 697-700, DEC, 1993. Abstract
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Gobashy, M, U. Casten, and Neubauer, F.M., "The interpretation of the BHGM gravity measurements in the KTB-main well, Windischeschenbach, Germany", Final report. Annual meeting of the German geophysical society,DFG,, Giessen Germany, August 1993.
A.A.Bassiouni, and M.M.Zaki, "The influence of removing Harderian gland on immune response of chicks vaccinated ocularly with living infectious bursal disease vaccine", 3rd Scientific Conf.Egyptian Vet.Poult.Assoc, Cairo, Egypt, April 1993.
M.M.Zaki, "Preparation and evaluation of bivalent Haemophilus paragallinarum bacterins for vaccination of chickens against infectious coryza", 3rd Scientific Conf.Egyptian Vet.Poult.Assoc, Cairo, Egypt, April 1993.
ABDELWAHAB, M. F., G. Esmat, A. FARRAG, Y. ELBORAEY, and G. T. Strickland, "ULTRASONOGRAPHIC PREDICTION OF ESOPHAGEAL-VARICES IN SCHISTOSOMIASIS-MANSONI", AMERICAN JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY, vol. 88, no. 4, pp. 560-563, APR, 1993. Abstract
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N.A.El-Dib, M.K.Sobhy, N.A.Naguib, S.M.El-Naggar, and S.M.Mahfouz, "Effect of Allopurinol on mice infected with virulent strain of Toxoplasma gondii. ", XVI International Annual Ain Shams Medical Congress, Ain Shams University, 5 April, 1993.
N.A.El-Dib, "Intestinal capillariasis in Egypt. ", XVI International Annual Ain Shams Medical Congress, Ain Shams University, 5 April, 1993.
E.I.Hamdy, M.A.Azzazy, N.A.El-Dib, L.H.Mahmoud, and J.A.Ahmed, "Intestinal parasitic infection among inhabitnts of Greater Cairo. ", XVI International Annual Ain Shams Medical Congress, Ain Shams University, 5 April, 1993.
Afifi, R. Y., "Acute necrotizing fasciitis", the fourth conference of Pan Arab Association of Surgeons, cairo, 30 November, 1993.
Helmi, F. M., "Study of deterioration phenomena in Alexander the great temple, Siwa oasis, Egypt", Egyptian- Italian seminar on Geosciences and archaeology in the mediterranean countries, Cairo, Egypt, 28-30 November, 1993.
Fahmy, A., New Trends of Computational Logic Seminar on New Horizon on Computers and Information Systems, , Ain-Shams University, Cairo, Egypt, 26-28 January , 1993.
Helmi, F. M., "Methodologies and scientific investigation techniques for study, treatment, and conservation of stone monuments", Second International course on monument conservation stone material in monuments: Diagnosis and conservation, Heraklion-Crete, Greece, 24-30 May, 1993.
Mehanna, G., "Le vertige de la double culture- Moi divisé ou Moi multiple", Encounters in language and literature, Cairo university, 20 december, 1993.
Hussein, H. A., A. V. Parwani, B. I. Rosen, A. Lucchelli, and L. J. Saif, "Detection of rotavirus serotypes G1, G2, G3, and G11 in feces of diarrheic calves by using polymerase chain reaction-derived cDNA probes.", Journal of clinical microbiology, vol. 31, issue 9, pp. 2491-6, 1993 Sep. Abstract

On the basis of antigenic variability in the VP7 outer capsid glycoprotein, at least 14 G serotypes exist for group A rotaviruses. Serotypic diversity exists among bovine rotaviruses (BRV), with serotypes G1, G6, G8, and G10 reported for cattle. Although G1 and G8 rotaviruses were originally described for humans, the recent isolation of G6 and G10 rotaviruses from humans further emphasizes the serotypic similarity between human and bovine rotaviruses and the possible zoonotic potential of rotaviruses. Results of our previous studies have indicated that more than 24% of BRV-positive field samples from diarrheic calves were nonreactive with cDNA probes or monoclonal antibodies to serotypes G6, G8, and G10. In this study, cDNA probes were prepared by polymerase chain reaction amplification of the hyperdivergent regions of the VP7 genes (nucleotides 51 to 392) from human (G1, G2, and G3) and porcine (G4, G5, and G11) rotaviruses. These probes were used in a dot blot hybridization assay to further characterize the G types of 59 BRV strains (fecal samples from diarrheic calves in Ohio, Nebraska, Washington, and South Dakota) that were nonreactive with cDNA probes to G6, G8, and G10. Rotaviruses belonging to serotypes G1 (n = 7), G2 (n = 1), G3 (n = 2), and G11 (n = 3) were identified among the BRV field samples. The BRV associated with these G types accounted for 22% of the samples tested; the other 78% of these samples remained untypeable with these probes. To our knowledge, this is the first report in the United States of the identification among BRV isolates of rotavirus serotypes G1, G2, G3, and G11.

Youssef, S. A., A. Ramadan, and E. I. Ibrahim, "Comparative neuromuscular blocking potency of pipecuronium and pancuronium.", DTW. Deutsche tierarztliche Wochenschrift, vol. 100, issue 10, pp. 396-8, 1993 Oct. Abstract

The effects of pipecuronium bromide (Pi.) and pancuronium bromide (Pa.) on the contractile response of rat-phrenic nerve diaphragm and frog's musculus rectus abdominis preparation were studied. Pi. and Pa. were found to have a dose-dependent reduction in the contractile response of the tested preparation. Trials were made to estimate the potency of Pi. in a comparison with Pa. In this respect Pi. exhibited a more potent effect than Pa. The duration of action is about twice as long as that of Pa. in equieffective doses. Neostigmine rapidly and completely antagonises the neuromuscular blockade caused by Pi. and Pa.