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Azar, A. T., H. I. Elshazly, A. E. Hassanien, and A. M. Elkorany, "A random forest classifier for lymph diseases", Computer methods and programs in biomedicine, vol. 113, no. 2: Elsevier, pp. 465–473, 2014. Abstract
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Azar, A. T., and A. E. Hassanien, "Dimensionality reduction of medical big data using neural-fuzzy classifier", Soft computing, vol. 19, no. 4: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 1115–1127, 2015. Abstract
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Azar, A. T., S. A. El-Said, and A. E. Hassanien, "Fuzzy and hard clustering analysis for thyroid disease", Computer methods and programs in biomedicine, vol. 111, no. 1: Elsevier, pp. 1–16, 2013. Abstract
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Azar, A. T., and A. E. Hassanien, "Aboul Ella Hassanien: Dimensionality reduction of medical big data using neural-fuzzy classifier.", soft computing , vol. 19, issue 4, pp. 1115-1127, 2015. Website
Azar, A. T., C. Volos, N. A. Gerodimos, G. S. Tombras, V. - T. Pham, A. G. Radwan, S. Vaidyanathan, A. Ouannas, and J. M. Munoz-Pacheco, "A novel chaotic system without equilibrium: dynamics, synchronization, and circuit realization", Complexity, vol. 2017: Hindawi, 2017. Abstract
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Azar, A. T., S. A. El-Said, and A. E. Hassanien, "Fuzzy and hard clustering analysis for thyroid disease", Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine (Elsiver), vol. Available online 26 January 2013, 2013. Website
Azar, A. T., S. A. El-Said, and A. E. Hassanien, "Fuzzy and hard clustering analysis for thyroid disease", Computer methods and programs in biomedicine, vol. 111, no. 1: Elsevier, pp. 1–16, 2013. Abstract
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Azayem, M. A., A. F. Kaddah, and S. A. Ghorab, "PHONETIC AND ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC CONSIDERATIONS AFTER OCCLUSAL PLANE ADJUSTMENTS FOR SINGLE DENTURE WEARERS", Official Journal of the Egyptian Dental Association, vol. 45, no. 4, 1999. Abstract
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Azeem, M. A., and M. Gobashy, "A solution to unexploded ordnance detection problem from its magnetic anomaly using Kaczmarz regularization", INTERPRETATION-A JOURNAL OF SUBSURFACE CHARACTERIZATION, vol. 4, issue 3, pp. SH 61–SH 69, 2016.
Azeem, M. A., M. Gobashy, M. H. Khalil, and M. Abd Rabou, "A complete model parameter optimization from self-potential data using Whale algorithm", Journal of Applied Geophysics, vol. 170, pp. 103825, 2019.
Azeem, M. A., M. Mekkawi, and M. Gobashy, "Subsurface structures using a new integrated geophysical analysis, South Aswan, Egypt", Arab J Geosci , vol. 7, issue 1, pp. 5141-5157, 2014.
Azeem, S. T. A. A., E. T. Elsayed, N. A. E. K. E. Sherbiny, and L. A. E. G. ahmed, "Promotion of Knowledge and Attitude Towards Premarital Care", Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology, 2011. Abstract

Premarital care is a worldwide activity aims to diagnose, treat unrecognized disorders, and reduce transmission of diseases to couples. The study was an interventional educational prospective study; its aim was to assess and improve knowledge and attitude of 200 medical students in Fayoum University towards premarital care services; through health education intervention in the form of lecture and brochures that addresses important issues of premarital care.

Azeem, M. A., E. - S. K. El-Sawy, and M. M. Gobashy, "Analysis of magnetic gradients at North East of Wadi Ar Rika quadrangle, Saudi Arabia, to delineate subsurface linear features and faults", NRIAG Journal of Astronomy and Geophysics, vol. 2, no. 1: Taylor & Francis, pp. 27–38, 2013. Abstract
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Azeem, M. A., M. Gobashy, M. H. Khalil, and M. Abdrabou, "A complete model parameter optimization from self-potential data using Whale algorithm", Journal of Applied Geophysics: Elsevier, pp. 103825, 2019. Abstract
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Azeem, M. A., and M. Gobashy, "Self-potential inversion using genetic algorithm", J. King Abdulaziz Univ., Earth Sci, vol. 17, pp. 83–101, 2006. Abstract
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Azeem, M., A. Ali, P. G. Soundari, L. Yiman, H. Abdelrahman, A. Latif, L. Ronghua, N. Basta, G. Li, S. M. Shaheen, et al., "Bone-derived biochar improved soil quality and reduced Cd and Zn phytoavailability in a multi-metal contaminated mining soil", Environmental Pollution, pp. 116800, 2021. AbstractWebsite

Reusing by-products such as cow bones in agriculture can be achieved thorough pyrolysis. The potential of bone-derived biochar as a promising material for metals immobilization in contaminated mining soils has not yet been sufficiently explored. Therefore, cow bones were used as biochar feedstock were pyrolyzed at 500 °C (CBL) and 800 °C (CBH) and. The two biochars were applied to a mine contaminated soil at 0 (control), 2.5, 5 and 10%, w/w, dosages; then, the soils were incubated and cultivated by maize in the greenhouse. Cadmium (Cd) and zinc (Zn) bioavailability and their sequentially extracted fractions (acid soluble, reducible, oxidizable, and residual fraction), soil microbial function, and plant health attributes were analyzed after maize harvesting. Bone-derived biochar enhanced the content of dissolved organic carbon (up to 74%), total nitrogen (up to 26%), and total phosphorus (up to 27%) in the soil and improved the plant growth up to 55%, as compared to the control. The addition of CBL altered the acid soluble fraction of both metals to the residual fraction and, thus, reduced the content of Zn (55 and 40%) and Cd (57 and 67%) in the maize roots and shoots, respectively as compared to the control. The CBL enhanced the β-glucosidase (51%) and alkaline phosphatase activities (71%) at the lower doses (2.5–5%) as compared to control, while the activities of these enzymes decreased with the higher application doses. Also, CBL improved the antioxidants activity and maize growth at the 2.5–5% application rate. However, the activity of the dehydrogenase significantly decreased (77%), particularly with CBH. We conclude that CBL, applied at 2.5–5% dose, can be utilized as a potential low cost and environmental friendly amendment for stabilization of toxic metals in contaminated mining soils and producing food/feed/biofuel crops with lower metal content.

Azeem, M. A., and M. Gobashy, "A solution to unexploded ordnance detection problem from its magnetic anomaly using Kaczmarz regularization", INTERPRETATION-A JOURNAL OF SUBSURFACE CHARACTERIZATION, vol. 4, issue 3, pp. SH 61–SH 69, 2016.
Azeem, M. A., M. Gobashy, M. H. Khalil, and M. Abdrabou, "A complete model parameter optimization from self-potential data using Whale algorithm", Journal of Applied Geophysics, vol. 170: Elsevier, pp. 103825, 2019. Abstract

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Azeem, A. A. H., S. A. Khaled, M. Abdelkarim, and H. Abdelazeem, "Factors affecting the management of failed internal fixation of trochanteric hip fractures with conversion to hip arthroplasty", Egyptian Orthopedic Journal, 2013.
Azeem, M. A., E. - S. K. El-Sawy, and M. M. Gobashy, "Analysis of magnetic gradients at North East of Wadi Ar Rika quadrangle, Saudi Arabia, to delineate subsurface linear features and faults", NRIAG Journal of Astronomy and Geophysics, vol. 2, pp. 27–38, 2013.
azeem, R. A. M., M. F. Mahmoud, J. A. Azab, and N. H. solouma, Improvement of images by using adaptive optics for aberration correction, , 2016.
Azeem, M., S. M. Shaheen, A. Ali, P. G. S. A. Jeyasundar, A. Latif, H. Abdelrahman, R. Li, M. Almazroui, N. K. Niazi, A. K. Sarmah, et al., "Removal of potentially toxic elements from contaminated soil and water using bone char compared to plant- and bone-derived biochars: A review", Journal of Hazardous Materials, vol. 427, pp. 128131, 2022. AbstractWebsite

Conversion of hazardous waste materials to value-added products is of great interest from both agro-environmental and economic points of view. Bone char (BC) has been used for the removal of potentially toxic elements (PTEs) from contaminated water, however, its potential BC for the immobilization of PTEs in contaminated water and soil compared to bone (BBC)- and plant (PBC)-derived biochars has not been reviewed yet. This review presents an elaboration for the potentials of BC for the remediation of PTEs-contaminated water and soil in comparison with PBC and BBC. This work critically reviews the preparation and characterization of BC, BBC, and PBC and their PTEs removal efficiency from water and soils. The mechanisms of PTE removal by BC, BBC, and PBC are also discussed in relation to their physicochemical characteristics. The review demonstrates the key opportunities for using bone waste as feedstock for producing BC and BBC as promising low-cost and effective materials for the remediation of PTEs-contaminated water and soils and also elucidates the possible combinations of BC and BBC aiming to effectively immobilize PTEs in water and soils.

Azeem, M., A. Ali, P. G. S. Arockiam Jeyasundar, S. Bashir, Q. Hussain, F. Wahid, E. F. Ali, H. Abdelrahman, R. Li, V. Antoniadis, et al., "Effects of sheep bone biochar on soil quality, maize growth, and fractionation and phytoavailability of Cd and Zn in a mining-contaminated soil", Chemosphere, vol. 282, pp. 131016, 2021. AbstractWebsite

Biochar prepared from various feedstock materials has been utilized in recent years as a potential stabilizing agent for heavy metals in smelter-contaminated soils. However, the effectiveness of animal bone-derived biochar and its potential for the stabilization of contaminants remains unclear. In the present study, sheep bone-derived biochar (SB) was prepared at low (500 °C; SBL) and high temperatures (800 °C; SBH) and amended a smelter-contaminated soil at 2, 5, and 10% (w/w). The effects of SB on soil properties, bioavailable Zn and Cd and their geochemical fractions, bacterial community composition and activity, and the response of plant attributes (pigments and antioxidant activity) were assessed. Results showed that the SBH added at 10% (SBH10) increased soil organic carbon, total nitrogen, and phosphorus, and also increased the oxidizable and residual Zn and Cd fractions at the expense of the bioavailable fractions. The SBH10 lowered the Zn and Cd contents in maize roots (by 57 and 60%) and shoot (by 42 and 61%), respectively, compared to unamended control. Additionally, SBH10 enhanced urease (98%) and phosphates (107%) activities, but reduced dehydrogenase (58%) and β-glucosidase (30%) activities. Regarding the effect of the pyrolysis temperature, SBH enhanced the activity of Acidobacteria, Bacteroidetes, Firmicutes, Nitrospirae, Verrucomicrobia, Chlorobi, and Microgenomates, but reduced Actinobacteria and Parcubacteria in comparison to SBL. However, only the SBL10 reduced the Proteobacteria community (by 9%). In conclusion, SB immobilized Zn and Cd in smelter-affected soils, enhanced the bacterial abundance and microbial function (urease, phosphates), and improved plant growth. However, validation of the results, obtained from the pot experiment, under field conditions is suggested.

Azeez, A., A. P. Sane, D. Bhatnagar, P. Nath, Z. Kamenarska, T. Taniguchi, N. Ohsawa, M. Hiraoka, and N. Itoh, "PROTEIN BIOCHEMISTRY", Phytochemistry, vol. 68, no. 10, 2007. Abstract
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