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Ayeldeen, H., O. Shaker, O. Hegazy, and A. E. Hassanien, "Distance Similarity as a CBR Technique for Early Detection of Breast Cancer: An Egyptian Case Study", Information Systems Design and Intelligent Applications: Springer, pp. 449–456, 2015. Abstract
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Ayeldeen, H., O. Shaker, O. Hegazy, and A. E. Hassanien, "Case-Based Reasoning: A Knowledge Extraction Tool to Use", Information systems design and intelligent applications: Springer India, pp. 369–378, 2015. Abstract
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Ayeldeen, H., O. Hegazy, and A. E. Hassanien, "Case selection strategy based on K-means clustering,", The Second International Conference on INformation systems Design and Intelligent Applications ((INDIA 15), Kalyani, India, January 8-9 , 2015.
Ayeldeen, H., A. E. Hassanien, and A. A. Fahmy, "Lexical similarity using fuzzy Euclidean distance", Engineering and Technology (ICET), 2014 International Conference on: IEEE, pp. 1–6, 2014. Abstract
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Ayeldeen, H., A. E. Hassanien, and A. Fahmy, "Evaluation of Semantic Similarity across MeSH Ontology: A Cairo University Thesis Mining Case Study", 12th Mexican International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, , Mexico City, Mexico, pp. 139-144, 2013.
Ayeldeen, G., O. Shaker, and T. Gheita, "Possible use of miRNAs-146a and -499 expression and their polymorphisms as diagnostic markers for rheumatoid arthritis.", Mol Cel Biochem, vol. 449, issue 1-2, pp. 145-156, 2018.
Ayeldeen, H., O. Hegazy, and A. E. Hassanien, "Case Selection Strategy Based on K-Means Clustering", Information Systems Design and Intelligent Applications: Springer, pp. 385–394, 2015. Abstract
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Ayeldeen, G., O. Shaker, H. Ayeldeen, K. A.Ghany, and H. M. Zawbaa, Diagnosis of Breast Cancer using secured classifiers, , 2018.
Ayeldeen, H., M. A. Mahmood, and A. E. Hassanien, "Effective Classification and Categorization for Categorical Sets: Distance Similarity Measures", Information Systems Design and Intelligent Applications: Springer India, pp. 359–368, 2015. Abstract
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Ayeldeen, G., Y. Nassar, H. Ahmed, O. Shaker, and T. Gheita, "Possible use of miRNAs-146a and -499 expression and their polymorphisms as diagnostic markers for rheumatoid arthritis.", Molecular and cellular biochemistry, vol. 449, issue 1-2, pp. 145-156, 2018. Abstract

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a systemic autoimmune disorder affecting the peripheral joints. Different microRNAs had been investigated in RA including miRNA-146a meanwhile, miRNA-499 there were no studies to prove its expression in RA serum samples. This study was performed to investigate expression of both miRNAs-146a and -499 and their polymorphisms in Egyptian patients with RA and to evaluate their relationship with clinico-pathological data. The present study includes 108 subjects classified into two main groups: 52 RA patients and 56 unrelated healthy controls. RA patients were subclassified according to DAS28 score into inactive (23 patients) and active (29 patients). Quantitative expression of serum miRNA-146a, miRNA-499 as well as their Genotyping rs2910164 (C/G) and rs3746444 (T/C), respectively, were done to all subjects using real-time PCR. Serum miRNA-146a and -499 were significantly over expressed in RA patients, but they were not correlated to disease activity. Serum miRNA-146a was negatively correlated with anti-nuclear antibodies (ANA). miRNA-146a (rs2910164) genotyping revealed that the GG genotype and the frequency of the G allele were significantly higher in RA patients compared to the controls. miRNA-499 (rs3746444), genotyping revealed that the CC genotype and the frequency of the C allele were significantly higher. It can be concluded that both miRNAs-146a and -499 can be used as diagnostic markers for RA patients. Both miRNA-146a (rs2710164) and miRNA-499 (rs3746444) were significantly associated with RA susceptibility. The C allele of miRNA-146a (rs2710164) can be considered to be protective. On the other hand, the C allele of miRNA-499 (rs3746444) was significantly associated with RA susceptibility.

Ayele, B. A., M. Rizig, W. Amogne, Y. Zenebe, H. Demissie, D. Gams Massi, S. El‐Sadig, A. Charway‐Felli, and F. Abd‐Allah, "COVID‐19 and the state of African neurology", European Journal of Neurology, 2020. Abstract
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Ayesh, A. S., S. S. Ibrahim, and M. Abu-Abdeen, "Low percolation threshold of functionalized single-walled carbon nanotubes—polycarbonate nanocomposites", Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, vol. 31, no. 16: Sage Publications Sage UK: London, England, pp. 1113–1123, 2012. Abstract
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Ayesh, M. M., S. Ibrahim, and M. M. Aboudina, "A 15.5-mW 20-GSps 4-bit charge-steering flash ADC", Circuits and Systems (MWSCAS), 2015 IEEE 58th International Midwest Symposium on: IEEE, pp. 1–4, 2015. Abstract
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Ayesh, A. S., S. S. Ibrahim, and A. A. Aljaafari, "Electrical, optical, and rheological properties of ozone-treated multiwalled carbon nanotubes–polystyrene nanocomposites", Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, vol. 32, no. 6: SAGE Publications Sage UK: London, England, pp. 359–370, 2013. Abstract
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Ayesh, A. M., H. A. Murad, Y. Y. Sultan, A. M. Hegazy, and W. A. Bazaraa, "Evaluation of some methods of histamine determination to be used in HACCP system implementation of sardine canning process.", Res. J. Pharm. Biol. Chem. Sci., vol. 5 , issue 6, pp. 1574-1586, 2014.
Ayesh, A. S., S. S. Ibrahim, A. A. Al-Jaafari, R. A. Abdel-Rahem, N. S. Sheikh, and M. H. Kotb, "Electrical and mechanical properties of $\beta$-hydroxynaphthoic acid–multiwalled carbon nanotubes–polystyrene nanocomposites", Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Materials, vol. 28, no. 6: SAGE Publications Sage UK: London, England, pp. 863–878, 2015. Abstract
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Ayman, Salim, A. H., "attitudes of workers in Education toward children with Autism Disorder in the light of some variables", مجلة التربية الخاصة، مركز المعلومات التربوية والنفسية والبيئية، كلية التربية، جامعة الزقازيق, issue 10, pp. 117-162, 2015. Abstract

The current research aimed to reveal the nature of attitudes of workers in Education toward children with Autism Disorder, and effect of number of variables on these trends . The sample consisted of (9) teamwork who work with children with Autism Disorder in Ibn Jubair primary school in Arar city in the northern border region of Saudi Arabia for the academic year 1435/1436 AH, 2014/2015. The research used interview with open questions (prepared by researcher). The results revealed positive trends in general among workers towards children with Autism Disorder and there are no statistically significant differences in the attitudes of workers due to the variables of academic qualification, years of experience, type of work and age.

Ayman, F., H. K. H. Sijam, A. M. A. Zanial, and O. - H. El-Banna, "Differentiation between two Egyptian isolates of Spiroplasma citri based on 16S RDNA spiarlin genes and 16S/23S RDNA intergenic spacer region.", Asian J. Microbiol. Biotech. Env. Sc.,, vol. 8, issue 3, pp. 443-454, 2006. Abstract
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Ayman, Salim, A. H., "The effectiveness of a program based on social stories in developing auditory processing among children with mild intellectual disability", مجلة كلية التربية جامعة بنها, vol. 32, issue 128, pp. 433-484, 2021. Abstract

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Previous research indicates that there is a lack of Auditory processing skills in children with Intellectual Disability, and the research aims to verify the effectiveness of a programme based on social stories in developing Auditory processing in children with mild Intellectual Disability. The sample consisted of 10 children at the Kids Rehabilitation Centre, in age from (8 -10) years old, the level of IQ (70-55) on Stanford Binet scale, divided into two equivalent groups of experimental and control. The tools of the study consisted of the Stanford Binet Scale-version 5, the Adaptive Behavior Scale, the Auditory Processing Scale for Children with Intellectual Disability, and a programme based on social stories. The results indicated statistically significant differences at the level (0.01) Between the means rank of the experimental group in the pre and posttest for Auditory processing in favour posttest, and statistically significant differences at the level (0.01) between the means rank of two groups at posttest in favour of experimental group, its reflecting the effectiveness of the programme in improving Auditory Processing in children with Intellectual Disability.

Ayman, Salim, A. H., "Self-Determination Among Adolescents with Intellectual Disability and Autism Spectrum Disorder: A multivariate analysis", مجلة العلوم التربوية، جامعة القاهرة, vol. 28, issue 4, pp. 90-130, 2018. Abstract

the current research aims to identify the differences in self-determination and its dimensions (independence, self-regulation, psychological empowerment, self-realization) among Adolescents with Intellectual Disability and with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The sample consisted of 190 students (95 with Intellectual Disability, 95 with Autism Disorder) were divided into two equal groups to identify differences in self-determination. the Egyptian version of the self-determination scale (ARC'S SDS-E) was used. The results revealed the availability of self-determination at a moderate level among people with Intellectual Disability and a low level of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Also, the results indicated that there are statistically significant differences in the total score and sub-dimensions of self-determination according to the type of disability in the total sample in favor of adolescents with intellectual disability. and there are statistically significant differences according to severity of disability and score of IQ in the overall score of self-determination, respectively, in favor of adolescents with simple intellectual disability, high-functioning autism disorder, moderate intellectual disability, low-functioning autism disorder, except the dimensions of self-regulation and self-realization were respectively for intellectual disability, and then autism disorder. according to the gender variable, there were statistically significant differences in the total score and sub-dimensions of self-determination within intellectual disability in favor of males and for females with autism disorder. according to the chronological age there were statistically significant differences in favor of the elderly in the total and sub-dimensions, respectively, of late adolescence with intellectual disability, late adolescence with autism spectrum disorder, early adolescence with intellectual disability, and early adolescence with autism spectrum disorder.

Ayman, A. A., H. A. Darwish, A. A. M. El-Maksoud, and A. A. Shaheen, "Assessment of thyroid hormones status and some adipocytokines among Egyptian obese children", Clinical Lipidology, vol. 10, issue 4, pp. 313–320, 2015.
Ayman, Salim, A. H., "Behavioral Disorders Among Children With Autism Disorder And Their Peers With Mild Intellectual Disability", رسالة التربية وعلم النفس- جامعة الملك سعود, issue 53, pp. 223-253, 2016. Abstract

The current research aimed to identify the differential diagnostic performance on the scale of behavioral disorders among children with autism and their peers with intellectual disability. The research sample consisted of 20 children of Saudi children, they were divided into two equal groups: the first group consisted of children with Autism Disorder with low functional performance, and the second consisted of children with intellectual disability from Ibn Jubair and Abdullah bin Abbas primary schools in Arar's northern border region, for the academic year 1434/1435 AH , 2013/2014 AD. their age ranged between 6 to 12 years, and their scores of intelligence ranged between (50 to 70). The study used Goddard scale, Stanford Binet intelligence scale (4th Edition) , Vineland Adaptive Behavior scale, an Autistic child scale, socio-economic level scale, and Behavioral Disorders scale. The results revealed that the aggressive behavior rate among children with mild intellectual disability was higher than their peers with autism, while the results showed that the rate of stereotyped behavior, self- injury, and hyperactivity , attention deficit disorders among children with autism were higher than their peers with intellectual disability.