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Ahmed, R., S. A. Mousa, and S. A. Gouda, "Impact of Usage Curcuma Longa Extract on Experimental Canine Steroidal Hepatopathy: Clinical and Therapeutic Aspects", Adv. Anim. Vet. Sci, vol. 9, issue 4, pp. 588-594, 2021. lbhth_lsds.pdf
H.M.R., E., A. - E. M.O., A. - E. AS, and E. RR, "Impact of Using Different Sources and Levels of β-Glucan and Mannan Oligosaccharide on Performance Traits of Broiler Chicks", Advances in Animal and Veterinary Sciences, vol. 9, issue 11, pp. 1851-1862, 2021. aavs_9_11_1851-1862ragab.pdf
Zaki, R. A., B. H. AbdelAleem, and A. A. A. Hassan, "Impact resistance of steel fiber reinforced concrete in cold temperatures", Cement and Concrete Composites, vol. 122, 2021.
Faried, M., A. Khalifa, E. Abdelsalam, Y. Attia, M. A. Moselhy, R. Yousef, K. M. Abdelbary, M. Samer, and A. El-Hussein, "Impacts of (NH4) 2CO3, Ca (H2PO4) 2, K2CO3 and CaCO3 additives on lipid accumulation in microalga Chlorella sorokiniana", Egyptian Journal of Chemistry, vol. 64, issue 10: National Information and Documentation Centre (NIDOC), Academy of Scientific …, pp. 5575–5583, 2021. Abstract

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Sellami, B., I. Bouzidi, A. Hedfi, M. Almalki, R. Rizk, O. Pacioglu, F. Boufahja, H. Beyrem, and D. Sheehan, "Impacts of nanoparticles and phosphonates in the behavior and oxidative status of the mediterranean mussels (Mytilus galloprovincialis)", Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences, vol. 28, issue 2021, pp. 6365–6374, 2021.
Mohammed, S., E. Hassan, H. G. Abdo, S. Szabo, A. Mokhtar, K. Alsafadi, I. Al-Khouri, and J. Rodrigo-Comino, "Impacts of rainstorms on soil erosion and organic matter for different cover crop systems in the western coast agricultural region of Syria", Soil Use and Management, vol. 37, no. 1, pp. 196–213, 2021. Abstract
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Mohamed, S., N. Badawi, H. AbdelRasol, and R. Youssef, "Impaired Pancreatic beta cell function in critically ill children", Frontiers in Pediatrics, vol. 9, 2021. impaired_beta_cell_function_ipublished_n_critically_ill_childre_manuscript.pdf
Abo-Elmagd, I. F., A. M. Mahmoud, M. A. Al-Ghobashy, M. Nebsen, N. S. El Sayed, S. Nofal, S. H. Soror, R. Todd, and S. A. Elgebaly, "Impedimetric Sensors for Cyclocreatine Phosphate Determination in Plasma Based on Electropolymerized Poly(o-phenylenediamine) Molecularly Imprinted Polymers", ACS Omega, vol. 6, issue 46, pp. 31282–31291, 2021.
Abo-Elmagd, I. F., N. E. S. Sayed, M. A. Al-Ghobashy, and S. A. Elgebaly, "Impedimetric Sensors for Cyclocreatine Phosphate Determination in Plasma Based on Electropolymerized Poly(o‑phenylenediamine) Molecularly Imprinted Polymers", ACS Omega, vol. 6, issue 46, pp. , 31282–31291, 2021. paper_13.pdf
Fares, A. E., H. Gabr, A. M. Shamseldeen, Haithem A. M. Farghali, Mazen Mohamed Salem Mohamed Rizk, Bassem Essam Mahmoud, Ahmed Bakr Ahmed Tammam, Ayman Magdy Ahmed Mahmoud, Alaa Abdulfattah Mahmoud Suliman, Mohamed Abdelhamid Ali Ayyad, et al., "Implanted subcutaneous versus intraperitoneal bioscaffold seeded with hepatocyte-like cells: functional evaluation", Stem Cell Research and Therapy, 2021.
Hussein, A. S., A. Anwar, Y. Fahmy, H. Mostafa, K. N. Salama, and M. Kafafy, "Implementation of a dpu-based intelligent thermal imaging hardware accelerator on fpga", Electronics, vol. 11, no. 1: MDPI, pp. 105, 2021. Abstract
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AL-Shareef, J. M., E. M. Attalla, R. H. El-Gebaly, N. A. Diab, Mabdel Majeed, and M. M. Fathy, "Implementation of in-vivo diode dosimetry for intensity modulated radiotherapy as routine patients’ quality assurance ", Radiation Physics and Chemistry , vol. 187, pp. 109564, 2021.
Abbas, S. S., A. M. Badawey, M. A. Bakr, and M. A. Hegazy, "Implementation of Two Chromatographic Methods for Simultaneous Quantitation of Thioctic Acid, Benfotiamine and Cyanocobalamin", Journal of Chromatographic Science, vol. 59, issue 10: Oxford University Press, pp. 964-970, 2021. Abstract
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Abdelbari, M. A., S. S. El-Mancy, A. H. Elshafeey, and A. A. Abdelbary, "Implementing spanlastics for improving the ocular delivery of clotrimazole: In vitro characterization, ex vivo permeability, microbiological assessment and in vivo safety study", International Journal of Nanomedicine, vol. 16, 2021. Abstract

{Purpose: The aim of this study was to encapsulate clotrimazole (CLT), an antifungal drug with poor water solubility characteristics, into spanlastics (SPs) to provide a controlled ocular delivery of the drug. Methods: Span 60 was used in the formulation of SPs with Tween 80, Pluronic F127, or Kolliphor RH40 as an edge activator (EA). The presence of EA offers more elasticity to the membrane of the vesicles which is expected to increase the corneal permeation of CLT. SPs were prepared using ethanol injection method applying 32 complete factorial design to study the effect of formulation variables (ratio of Span 60: EA (w/w) and type of EA) on SPs characteristics (encapsulation efficiency percent (EE%), average vesicle size (VS), polydis-persity index (PDI) and zeta potential (ZP)). Design-Expert software was used to determine the optimum formulation for further investigations. Results: The optimum formulation determined was S1, which contains 20 mg of Tween 80 used as an EA and 80 mg of Span 60. S1 exhibited EE% = 66.54 ± 7.57%

Youssef, M. M. G., A. A. Metwally, and T. M. Manie, "The implications of a pathological complete response of the primary tumour after neoadjuvant chemotherapy for breast cancer on axillary surgery.", Journal of the Egyptian National Cancer Institute, vol. 33, issue 1, pp. 5, 2021. Abstract

BACKGROUND: Management of the node-positive axilla after neoadjuvant chemotherapy is controversial. The aim of this study is to predict the group of patients who may require a less invasive approach for axillary management. One possible group are patients with pathological complete response of the primary after chemotherapy.

RESULTS: A unicentral retrospective cohort study including all breast cancer patients with axillary node metastases at presentation who received neoadjuvant chemotherapy resulting in pathological complete response. Pathological complete response in the axillary lymph nodes was recorded. A correlation between the response in the primary tumour and the lymph nodes was assessed. A subgroup analysis was conducted for different biological groups. Complete response was seen in the axillary nodes in 80.5% of patients. Patients with lobular cancer were less likely to show a similar response in the axilla as the primary tumour (p = 0.077). A higher incidence of axillary response was observed in HER2-positive tumours (p = 0.082). All patients with grade 3 tumours achieved complete response in the axilla (p = 0.094). Patients with negative or weak positive hormone receptor status had a significantly higher rate of complete response in the axilla compared to strongly positive hormone receptor status (OR, 7.8; 95% CI, 1.7-34.5; p = 0.007).

CONCLUSION: A less invasive axillary surgery may be safely recommended in selected group of node-positive patients after neoadjuvant chemotherapy when the primary tumour shows complete response. This group may include HER2-positive, ER-negative and grade 3 tumours. Less response is expected in ER-positive and lobular carcinoma even with complete response in the primary.

Salem, M. A., A. Zayed, and S. M. Ezzat, "Important antihistaminic plants and their potential role in health", Phytochemistry, the Military and Health: Elsevier, 2021.
Elmanakhly, D. A., M. M. Saleh, and E. A. Rashed, "An Improved Equilibrium Optimizer Algorithm for Features Selection: Methods and Analysis", IEEE Access, vol. 9: IEEE, pp. 120309–120327, 2021. Abstract
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Ali, M. R., A. Parmar, G. Niedbała, T. Wojciechowski, A. A. El-Yazied, H. A. G. El-Gawad, N. E. Nahhas, M. F. M. Ibrahim, and M. M. El-Mogy, "Improved Shelf-Life and Consumer Acceptance of Fresh-Cut and Fried Potato Strips by an Edible Coating of Garden Cress Seed Mucilage", Foods, vol. 10, issue 7: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, pp. 1536, 2021. Abstractimproved_shelf-life_and_consumer_acceptance_of_potato_fries.pdf

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Ali, M. R., A. Parmar, G. Niedbała, T. Wojciechowski, A. A. El-Yazied, H. A. G. El-Gawad, N. E. Nahhas, M. F. M. Ibrahim, and M. M. El-Mogy, "Improved Shelf-Life and Consumer Acceptance of Fresh-Cut and Fried Potato Strips by an Edible Coating of Garden Cress Seed Mucilage.", Foods (Basel, Switzerland), vol. 10, issue 7, 2021. Abstract

Coatings that reduce the fat content of fried food are an alternate option to reach both health concerns and consumer demand. Mucilage of garden cress () seed extract (MSE) was modified into an edible coating with or without ascorbic acid (AA) to coat fresh-cut potato strips during cold storage (5 °C and 95% RH for 12 days) and subsequent frying. Physical attributes such as color, weight loss, and texture of potato strips coated with MSE solutions with or without AA showed that coatings efficiently delayed browning, reduced weight loss, and maintained the texture during cold storage. Moreover, MSE with AA provided the most favorable results in terms of reduction in oil uptake. In addition, the total microbial count was lower for MSE-coated samples when compared to the control during the cold storage. MSE coating also performed well on sensory attributes, showing no off flavors or color changes. As a result, the edible coating of garden cress mucilage could be a promising application for extending shelf-life and reducing the oil uptake of fresh-cut potato strips.

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