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Shehata, S. A., S. Z. A, M. M. Attia, and R. M. A, "Effect of foliar application of micronutrients, Magnesium and wrapping films on yield, quality and storability of green bean pods.", Fayoum J. Agric. Rws. and Dev., vol. 30, pp. 121- 139, Submitted.
walid Ashraf, D. O. D. M., D. A. E. N. D. A. E. Sherif, D. H. E. A. D. A. Mowafi, D. A. A. E. D. Y. Nassar, and D. A. A. E. R. D. H. E. Ghawaby, "The Effect of High bolus dose Tirofiban Versus Conventional dose on angiographic complications and microvascular perfusion after PCI in patients with acute ST elevation myocardial infarction.", The Egyptian Heart Journal, vol. 60, issue 2, Submitted.
El-Galil, T. I. A., T. A. ElGhamrawy, and A. O. E. Sadik, "The Effect of N. Acetylcysteine and Ginger on Acetic Acid Induced Colitis in Adult Male Albino Rat: Histological, Immunohistochemical and Morphometric Study", Journal of Cytology & Histology, vol. 2015, issue S 3, pp. S3-021, Submitted. Abstract

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Elmawgoud, A. A., and A. Mohy, "Effect of oral dextromethorphan versus oral ketamin on sevoflurane related emergence agitation in children undergoing adenotonsillectomy ", Egyptian Journal of Anaesthesia (2012) , vol. 28, pp. 243-248, Submitted. egja99.pdf
Ibrahim, N. M., and M. E. Abbass, "EFFECT OF PEDAL TRAINING ON GAIT SPEED IN CHILDREN WITH HEMIPARETIC CEREBRAL PALSY", International Journal of Physiotherapy and Research, vol. 5, issue 6, pp. 2560-65, Submitted. effect_of_pedal_training_on_gait_speed_in_children_with.pdf
Elmawgoud, A. A., and S. Rashwan, "Effect of preoperative oral amantadine on intraoperative anaesthetic and analgesic requirements in female patients during abdominoplasty.", Egyptian Journal of Anaesthesia (2013) 29, 7–11, vol. 29, pp. 7-11, Submitted. 1-s2.0-s1110184912000815-main.pdf
E, H. M., S. F. A, E. F. A, and Y. Almelegy, Effect of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field on Chronic Mechanical neck Pain, , cairo, cairo, Submitted.
E, H. M., S. F. A, E. F. A, and Y. Almelegy, Effect of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field on Chronic Mechanical neck Pain, , cairo, cairo, Submitted.
E, H. M., S. F. A, E. F. A, and Y. Almelegy, Effect of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field on Chronic Mechanical neck Pain, , cairo, cairo, Submitted.
E, H. M., S. F. A, E. F. A, and Y. Almelegy, Effect of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field on Chronic Mechanical neck Pain, , cairo, cairo, Submitted.
M.Ibrahium, N., N. E. Mohamed, K. Shoukry, and H. ElSabbagh, "Effect of Sensory Integration Therapy on Foot to Foot Distribution during Gait in Children with Spastic Diplegia", journal of medical science and clinical research, vol. 2, issue 8, pp. 1961-1967, Submitted. dr.nahla_mohamed_2.pdf
Hatem, M. H., R. R. Sadek, and M. Samer, Effect of Shed Height on Dairy Cows' Microclimate and Cooling System Efficiency, , Submitted. Abstract

Egypt has hot dry climatic conditions, temperature reaches its highest degrees at summer months (June, July, and August), the mean maximum temperature for summer months is 41 oC; consequently, there is a great gap between summer temperatures and the upper critical temperature for lactating dairy cows (25 oC), which causes great losses in milk production.

Noha, M. A., A. A. Sedki, A. A. Faten, and A. M. El-Kaiaty, EFFECT OF SODIUM GLUCONATE, MANNAN OLIGOSACCHARIDE AND POTASSIUM DIFORMATE ON PERFORMANCE OF GROWING NEW ZEALAND WHITE RABBITS, , Submitted. Abstract

One hundred and sixty weaned New-Zealand White rabbits (NZW) at 5 weeks of age weighting about 653 g on the average were used in this study. The animals were randomly divided into eight groups, twenty animals/each. The first group received basal diet and served as control group, while groups 2,3,4 received diet supplemented with sodium gluconate(SG), mannan oligosaccharide(MOS) or potassium diformate(KDF) 4g/kg diet,lg/kg diet and 4.5g/kg diet respectively. Whereas, Rabbits of group 5, 6, 7 and 8 received diet with supplemented a combination of (SG+MOS), (SG+KDF), (KDF+MOS) and (SG+MOS+KDF) respectively with the same previous dose for each compound to study role of these additives on growth performance, blood picture (hematocrit and hemoglobin) liver and kidney functions, cecum parameters (total anaerobic bacteria, E.coli, lactobacilli, pH, ammonia nitrogen concentration and total volatile fatty acids).
The results showed that, role of these additives has a significant effect that. lead to increasing of Hb, albumin and total volatile fatty acids compared to the control groups. No significant effect on hematocrit value, total protein and globulin. Supplementation of SG, MOS or PDF (separately or in a mixture) tended to increase lactic acid bacteria and total volatile fatty acids (VFAs) concentration in the caecum also lead to decrease significantly each of pathogenic microorganisms (total anaerobic bacteria and E.Coli, cecum pH and ammonia concentration which improve cecum environment that minimize disturbance and enteritis. .
Using these additives has a significant effect of economical efficiency of growing rabbits. The highest performance was recorded with rabbits fed diets containing KDF, (SG+MOS), (SG+MOS+KDG) and (KDF+MOS) respectively.
It was concluded that the significant using of SG, MOS, and KDF in diets of weanling rabbits had beneficial effects throughout the growing period and improved hematological parameters, cecum micro flora and productive traits.

EL-Sayed, S. F., M. A. El-Helaly, M. S. Emam, and M. A. Abd El-Ghaffar, "Effect of Some Post-Cold Storage Treatments on Shelf Life of Sweet Potato Roots", Journal of Horticultural Science & Ornamental Plants, vol. 5, issue 3 , pp. 160-170, Submitted. sweet_potato_research_1.pdf
Akah, M. M., E. H. Mobarak, and M. M. Yousry, "Effect of Temperature of Single-step Self-etch Adhesives on Bonding to Tooth Substrates ", Cairo Dental Journal, Submitted.
Rashwan, S., A. A. Elmawgoud, and A. A. Badawy, "Effect of tramadol gargle on postoperative sore throat: A double blinded randomized placebo controlled study. ", Egyptian Journal of Anaesthesia (2014) , vol. 30, pp. 235-239, Submitted. egja220.pdf
Elmawgoud, A. A., "Effect of tramadol on fentanyl induced cough: Adouble blind, randomized, controlled study", Egyptian Journal of Anaesthesia (2013) 29, 301–304, vol. 29, pp. 301-304, Submitted. egja160.pdf
Bahgat, S. F., R. R. Basheer, and S. E. M. Sayed, "EFFECT OF ZIRCONIA ADDITION TO LITHIUM DISILICATE CERAMIC ON TRANSLUCENCY AND BOND STRENGTH USING DIFFERENT ADHESIVE STRATEGIES", Egyptian Dental journal, vol. 61, pp. 4519-4533, Submitted. 4._shear_bond_st_pdf.pdf
Al-Naggar, A. M. M., S. R. S. Sabry, M. M. M. Atta, and O. A. M. El-Aleem, "Effects of Salinity on Performance, Heritability, Selection Gain and Correlations in Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Doubled Haploids", Scientia Agriculturae, vol. 10, issue 2, pp. 70-83, Submitted. effects_of_salinity....._scientia_agriculturae.pdf
Kuperberg, J. M., K. F. A. Soliman, F. K. R. Stino, and M. G. Kolta, EFFECTS OF TIME OF DAY ON CHLORPYRIFOS-INDUCED ALTERATIONS IN BODY TEMPERATURE DAYTIME VERSUS NIGHTIME, , Submitted. Abstract

One hundred and sixty weaned New-Zealand White rabbits (NZW) at 5 weeks of age weighting about 653 g on the average were used in this study. The animals were randomly divided into eight groups, twenty animals/each. The first group received basal diet and served as control group, while groups 2,3,4 received diet supplemented with sodium gluconate(SG), mannan oligosaccharide(MOS) or potassium diformate(KDF) 4g/kg diet,1g/kg diet and 4.5g/kg diet respectively. Whereas, Rabbits of group 5, 6, 7 and 8 received diet with supplemented a combination of (SG+MOS), (SG+KDF), (KDF+MOS) and (SG+MOS+KDF) respectively with the same previous dose for each compound to study role of these additives on growth performance, blood picture (hematocrit and hemoglobin) liver and kidney functions, cecum parameters (total anaerobic bacteria, E.coli, lactobacilli, pH, ammonia nitrogen concentration and total volatile fatty acids).
The results showed that, role of these additives has a significant effect that lead to increasing of Hb, albumin and total volatile fatty acids compared to the control groups. No significant effect on hematocrit value, total protein and globulin. Supplementation of SG, MOS or PDF (separately or in a mixture) tended to increase lactic acid bacteria and total volatile fatty acids (VFAs) concentration in the caecum also lead to decrease significantly each of pathogenic microorganisms (total anaerobic bacteria and E.Coli, cecum pH and ammonia concentration which improve cecum environment that minimize disturbance and enteritis.

Elbalawy, Y. M., A. Atteya, E. M. Fahmy, and waleed t.mansour, "Efficacy of constrained induced movement therapy versus bilateral arm training on upper extremity functional outcomes in stroke patients", medical journal of Cairo university, vol. september 2 2015, Submitted.
Awaad, M. H. H., A. Atta, B. SHALABY, H. B. Gharieb, M. Elmenawey, K. Madian, F. F. Eman, and A. N. Amal, The Efficacy of Na-Butyrate Encapsulated in Palm Fat on Experimentally Induced Necrotic Enteritis and Enumeration of intestinal resident Clostridium perfringens in Broiler Chickens, , Submitted. Abstract

Over more than five decades, cancer remains a national and international health problem regardless of the discovery of several dozens of novel anticancer drugs (natural and synthetic). Accordingly, screening of natural products for promising anti cancer activity is very initiative field of studies in several countries with diversity of gardenia. Breast and cervix cancers are of the most common gynecological female solid tumors that represent major health problem. Herein, we have assessed the cytotoxic characteristics of several molecules of natural origin (cerulinin, chrysin, honikiol, limonin, mevinolin, resveratrol, salicin, retinol, ascorbic acid and calciferol) against two different gynecological breast (MCF-7) and Cervix (HeLa) solid tumor cell lines. After exposure to serial concentrations of the test compounds, SRB-u assay was undertaken and viability assessment was performed via fitting to Emax model to identify the cytotoxicity parameters such as, IC50 and resistant fraction (R-value). Tested compounds showed cytotoxic efficacy against both gynecological solid tumor cell lines (MCF-7 and HeLa) with IC50's ranged from 0.61 to 131.1 μg/ml. In MCF-7 breast cancer cell line; cerulinin, honikiol, mevinolin and calciferol showed the highest potency with IC50 less than 5 μg/ml. Chrysin showed moderate potency with IC50 of 7.27 μg/ml. Ascorbic acid and resveratrol showed the weakest cytotoxic activity with IC50 more than 10 μg/ml. In HeLa cervix cancer cell line; cerulinin and mevinolin showed the highest potency with IC50 less than 5 μg/ml. Chrysin, honikiol, resveratrol and calciferol showed moderate potency with IC50 of ranging from 5-10 μg/ml. Ascorbic acid was the weakest cytotoxic molecule with IC50 more than 10 μg/ml. Limonine, salicin and retinol failed to exert any cytotoxic effect against MCF-7 or HeLa cancer cell lines in-vitro. RT-PCR analysis revealed that the cytotoxicity of these products is multi-factorial and not solely dependent on p53 expression. Impressively, molecules of potent and moderate potency (except chrysin) showed low resistant fraction in both gynecological solid tumor cancer cell lines. In conclusion, our data showed wide range of variable efficacy of several molecules of natural origin against two hormone dependent solid tumor cell lines.