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badr Aziza., and M. M. Ragab., "Projects linking Al-Wadi Valley for the reconstruction and Development and the role of modern technologies in signing, implementing and managing", Geomatics conference, strategic planning and decision making in national projects, Cairo, 23-24 April 2017. Abstract EN.pdfAbstracr Ar.pdf
badr Aziza., and M. M. Ragab., The Impact of Climate Change on the African Continent, , Cairo, African Research Center, pp. 233-248, 2011 - 2012, Submitted. Abstract EN.pdfAbstract AR.pdf
Azkalany, G. S., T. A. Gheita, W. Gaber, and A. Mohey, "Clinical significance of serum TNF alpha and-308 G/A promoter polymorphism and serum Il-6 and-174 G/C promoter polymorphism in systemic lupus erythematosus patients", The Egyptian Rheumatologist, vol. 34, no. 3: Elsevier, pp. 119–125, 2012. Abstract

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Azmi, M. M., H. Tolba, S. Mahdy, and M. Fashal, "Syllable-based automatic Arabic speech recognition", Proceedings of the 7th WSEAS International Conference on Signal Processing, Robotics and Automation: World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society (WSEAS), pp. 246–250, 2008. Abstract
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Azmi, M., H. Tolba, S. Mahdy, and M. Fashal, "Syllable-based automatic arabic speech recognition in noisy-telephone channel", WSEAS Transactions on Signal Processing, vol. 4, no. 4: World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society (WSEAS), pp. 211–220, 2008. Abstract
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Azmy, W. M., and M. Shoman, "The Creation of Emotional Effects for An Arabic Speech Synthesis System", The Egyptian Society of Language Engineering, International Workshop, ESOLE’13, At Cairo, vol. 13, 2013. Abstract
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Azmy, W. M., N. El Gayar, A. F. Atiya, and H. El-Shishiny, "MLP, Gaussian Processes and Negative Correlation Learning for Time Series Prediction", Multiple Classifier Systems, pp. 428–437, 2009. Abstract
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Azmy, W. M., S. Abdou, and M. Shoman, "The Creation of Emotional Effects for An Arabic Speech Synthesis System", The International Conference on Language Engineering, Cairo Egypt, 2013. Abstract

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Azmy, R. M., A. A. Labib, and S. H. Elkholy, "Axonal degeneration of the ulnar nerve secondary to carpal tunnel syndrome: fact or fiction?", Neural regeneration research, vol. 8, issue 15, pp. 1418-22, 2013 May 25. Abstract

The distribution of sensory symptoms in carpal tunnel syndrome is strongly dependent on the degree of electrophysiological dysfunction of the median nerve. The association between carpal tunnel syndrome and ulnar nerve entrapment is still unclear. In this study, we measured ulnar nerve function in 82 patients with carpal tunnel syndrome. The patients were divided into group I with minimal carpal tunnel syndrome (n = 35) and group II with mild to moderate carpal tunnel syndrome (n = 47) according to electrophysiological data. Sixty-one age- and sex-matched subjects without carpal tunnel syndrome were used as a control group. There were no significant differences in ulnar sensory nerve peak latencies or conduction velocities from the 4(th) and 5(th) fingers between patients with carpal tunnel syndrome and the control group. The ulnar sensory nerve action potential amplitudes from the 4(th) and 5(th) fingers were lower in patients with carpal tunnel syndrome than in the control group. The ratios of the ulnar sensory nerve action potential amplitudes from the 4(th) and 5(th) fingers were almost the same in patients with carpal tunnel syndrome as in the control group. These findings indicate that in patients with minimal to moderate carpal tunnel syndrome, there is some electrophysiological evidence of traction on the adjacent ulnar nerve fibers. The findings do not indicate axonal degeneration of the ulnar nerve.

Azmy, W. M., and O. Emam, "Content-Based Recommendation System Using Search Engine", The Egyptian Society of Language Engineering, 13th International Workshop, ESOLEC, Egypt, pp. 18-27, 2013.
Azmy, A. M., K. Al-Amry, and S. E. D. A. Karim, "Line probe assay, a rapid and efficient test for the diagnosis of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis in Egypt", The Egyptian Journal of Chest Diseases and Tuberculosis, vol. 69, issue 2, pp. 284-288, 2019.
Azmy, S. M., M. A. E. A. Fattah, S. A. S. El-Rahman, S. A. Nada, O. A. M. E. Salam, M. F. El-Yamany, and N. N. Nassar, "Does nicotine impact tramadol abuse? Insights from neurochemical and neurobehavioral changes in mice", NeuroToxicology, vol. 67, pp. 245–258, 2018. 1-s2.0-s0161813x18302092-main.pdf
Azmy, W. M., N. El Gayar, A. F. Atiya, and H. El-Shishiny, "MLP, Gaussian Processes and Negative Correlation Learning for Time Series Prediction.", MCS, Reykjavik, Iceland, pp. 428-437, 2009.
Azmy, A. M., K. F. Mohamed, S. A. Selim, and E. A. Nasr, "Microscopic observational drug susceptibility assay (MODS): a rapid and efficient test for diagnosis of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis in Egypt.", Proceedings of the 6th Scientific Conference of Animal Wealth Research in the Middle East and North Africa, Hurghada, Egypt, 27-30 September 2013: Massive Conferences and Trade Fairs, pp. 349-357, 2013. Abstract
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Azmy, W. M., S. Abdou, and M. Shoman, "Arabic Unit Selection Emotional Speech Synthesis using Blending Data Approach", International Journal of Computer Applications, vol. 81, no. 8: Foundation of Computer Science, pp. 22–28, 2013. Abstract
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Azmy, S. M., M. A. Abd El Fattah, S. S. Abd El-Rahman, S. A. Nada, O. M. E. Abdel Salam, M. F. El-Yamany, and N. N. Nassar, "Does nicotine impact tramadol abuse? Insights from neurochemical and neurobehavioral changes in mice.", Neurotoxicology, vol. 67, pp. 245-258, 2018. Abstract

Nicotine and tramadol concomitant drug dependence pose increasing social, economic as well as public threats. Accordingly, the present study investigated neurochemical, neurobehavioral and neuropathological changes in the brain subsequent to the interaction of nicotine and tramadol. To this end, tramadol (20 mg/kg, i.p) and nicotine (0.25 mg/kg, i.p) were administrated to male albino mice once daily for 30 days. Consequent to microglial activation, nicotine exacerbated oxidative/nitrosative stress induced by tramadol as manifest by the step-up in thiobarbituric acid reactive substances and nitric oxide subsequent to the enhanced levels of neuronal and inducible nitric oxide synthases; paralleled by decreased non-protein sulfhydryls. Increased oxidative stress by tramadol and/or nicotine sequentially augmented nuclear factor kappa B and the proinflammatory cytokine tumor necrosis factor α with the induction of apoptosis evident by the increased caspase-3 immunoreactivity. However, paradoxical to the boosted inflammation and apoptosis, heightened DA levels in the cortex parallel along with increased tyrosine hydroxylase in midbrain were apparent. Concomitant administration of tramadol and nicotine impaired spatial navigation in the Morris Water Maze test coupled with enhanced levels of acetyl- and butyryl cholinestrases. However, tramadol in association with nicotine improved social interaction while decreasing anxiety and aggression linked to chronic administration of nicotine, effects manifested by increased levels of serotonin and GABA. These results provide evidence that co-administration of tramadol and nicotine may enhance reward and dependence while reducing anxiety and aggression linked to nicotine administration. However, such combination exacerbated neurotoxic effects and elicited negative effects regarding learning and memory.

Azmy, R., R. Shamloul, N. A. F. Elsawy, S. Elkholy, and E. Maher, "Effects of mobile phones electromagnetic radiation on patients with epilepsy: an EEG study", The Egyptian Journal of Neurology, Psychiatry and Neurosurgery, vol. 56, issue 36, pp. 1-9, 2020.
Azmy, M. E., M. E. Abuarab, F. G. Elebaby, and S. A. Helalia, "Effect of flushing frequency with sulfuric and phosphoric acids on emitter clogging", ASABE Annual International Meeting, Louisville, Kentucky, USA, 10 August, 2011. effect_of_flushing_frequency_with_acids_on_emitters_clogging_asabe_format.doc
Azmy, W. M., A. F. Atiya, and H. El-Shishiny, "Forecast Combination Strategies for Handling Structural Breaks for Time Series Forecasting", Multiple Classifier Systems, pp. 245–253, 2010. Abstract
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Azmy, W. M., S. Abdou, and M. Shoman, "The Creation of Emotional Effects For An Arabic Speech Synthesis System", The Egyptian Society of Language Engineering, 13th International Workshop, ESOLEC, Egypt, pp. 230-237, 2013.
Azmy, W. M., A. F. Atiya, and H. El-Shishiny, "Forecast Combination Strategies for Handling Structural Breaks for Time Series Forecasting", Multiple Classifier Systems, 9th International Workshop, MCS, Cairo, Egypt, pp. 428-437, 2010.
Azmy, R., A. Daoud, K. AbdelFattah, and M. H. Sayyouh, "Fast and Efficient Sesitivity Calculation Using Adjoint Method for 3-Phase Field Scale History Matching", SPE Paper-2009 and J.of Petroleum Science and Engineering-2011, vol. 77, 2011. fast_and_efficient_sensitivit.pdf
Azmy, A. M., K. F. Mohamed, S. A. Selim, and E. A. Nasr, "Microscopic observational drug susceptibility assay (MODS): a rapid and efficient test for diagnosis of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis in Egypt.", Proceedings of the 6th Scientific Conference of Animal Wealth Research in the Middle East and North Africa, Hurghada, Egypt, 27-30 September 2013: Massive Conferences and Trade Fairs, pp. 349-357, 2013. Abstract
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Azmy, W. M., S. Abdou, and M. Shoman, "Arabic Unit Selection Emotional Speech Synthesis using Blending Data Approach", International Journal of Computer Applications, vol. 81, no. 8: Foundation of Computer Science, New York, USA, pp. 22–28, 2013. Abstract
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