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Attia, M. A. E. - H. M., F. I. M, M. H. H, and A. M. El-Tantawi, "Fluctuations of maximum temperature in Sudan during 1951-2004", International meteorological researches bulletin, vol. 25, issue ISSN1687-1014, pp. 144-162, 2010. fluctuations_of_maximum_temperature_in_sudan_during_1951-2004_abstract.pdf
Attia, G. M., M. J, R. L, E. - E. W, S. D3, L. C, and S. N, Evaluation of the effects of Eserine and JWH-133 on brain dysfunction associated with experimental endotoxemia., , Submitted.
Attia, M., and D. Moustafa, "انتهاك حرمة المعابد والتعدي عليها في ضوء النقوش العربية الجنوبية القديمة", مجلة السياحة والآثار- جامعة الملك سعود , vol. 28, issue 1, pp. 1-21, 2016. nthk_hrm_lmbd_wltdy_lyh_fy_dw_lnqwsh_lrby_ljnwby_lqdym.pdf
Attia, N. F., E. A. M. El-Monaem, S. E. A. Elashery, and A. S. Eltaweil, "Recycling of Fruit By-Products for Wastewater Treatment Applications", Wastewater Treatment: Recycling, Management, and Valorization of Industrial Solid Wastes: CRC Press, 2023.
Attia, D., W. elakel, T. Elbaz, M. El Raziky, and G. Esmat, "The adverse effects of interferon-free regimens in 149 816 chronic hepatitis C treated Egyptian patients", Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, vol. 47, issue 9, pp. 1296-1305, 2018.
Attia, H., N. Y. Ibrahim, S. M. Talima, and I. B. Elhassan, "Second-line chemotherapy in advanced Non small cell lung cancer (NSCLC): Single institution experience", research in oncology, vol. 13, issue 1, pp. 23-27, 2017. second_lung.pdf
Attia, O. E. A., and M. A. M. Aref, "Fluid inclusions: Application in the genesis of some native sulfur deposits. Gulf of Suez, Egypt", Third International Conference on the Geology of the Arab World, Faculty of Science, Geology Department, Alexandria University, Egypt, pp. 341-357, 1996.
Attia, M. A. M. a, A. - R. N. a Zekri, J. b d Goudsmit, R. b Boom, H. M. c Khaled, M. T. a Mansour, F. b De Wolf, H. M. a Alam El-Din, and C. J. A. b Sol, "Diverse patterns of recognition of hepatitis C virus core and nonstructural antigens by antibodies present in Egyptian cancer patients and blood donors", Journal of Clinical Microbiology, vol. 34, no. 11, pp. 2665-2669, 1996. AbstractWebsite

Serum samples from 429 cancer patients, 82 unpaid blood donors, and 74 paid blood donors were tested for hepatitis C virus (HCV) markers in two commercially available enzyme immunoassays (EIAs). A total of 229 of 429 (53.4%) cancer patients were positive by the two EIAs. A total of 34 of 156 (21.8%) of the blood donors were positive by the EIAs, with a higher prevalence among paid blood donors (20/74; 27%) compared with that among the unpaid blood donors (14 of 82; 17%). EIA-positive sera were tested for confirmation of the results in an immunoblot assay (LiaTek) in which reactivities to four synthetic peptides representing the HCV cure protein and two synthetic peptides representing nonstructural proteins 4 and 5 were measured. Of 243 first and/or second EIA-positive samples from cancer patients, 188 (77.2%) were confirmed to be positive in the synthetic peptide immunoblot. A total of 33 of 35 (94.3%) blood donor samples were confirmed to be positive. A great diversity in reactivity patterns was seen. However, all sera from the group of paid blood donors were exclusively reactive to core peptides 1 and 2. A subset of LiaTek assay-positive samples were tested by the four-antigen RIBA-2 assay. The sera from the paid blood donors were all nonreactive. A subset of the LiaTek-positive sera was analyzed for the presence of the HCV genome by reverse transcriptase-PCR. Eleven of the 20 serum samples with reactivity to LiaTek core peptides 1 and 2 only were HCV reverse transcriptase. PCR positive, as were the majority of the sera with other reactivity patterns by the LiaTek assay. The results confirm the very high prevalence of HCV infection in Egypt. Furthermore, the results indicate that there is circulating in Egypt, particularly in the group of blood donors paid for their donation, an HCV variant which elicits an immune response that is not detected by the RIBA-2 assay.

Attia, M. M., M. F. Saad, and A. B. Abdel-Salam, "Milk as a substitute for serum in diagnosis of toxoplasmosis in goats", Journal of the Egyptian Society of Parasitology, vol. 47, no. 1: The Egyptian Society of Parasitology, pp. 227–234, 2017. Abstract
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Attia, M. F., and N. E. - H. A. Reyad, "Occurrence of the conidial state of Erysiphe austraiana on Crape Myrtle (Lagestroemia indica) in Egypt", Egypt. Egypt. J. Phytopathol, vol. 42 , issue 2, pp. 199-200, 2014.
Attia, M., M. F. Taher, and A. R. Youssef, "Design and validation of a smart wearable device to prevent recurrent ankle sprain.", Journal of medical engineering & technology, vol. 42, issue 6, pp. 461-467, 2018 Aug. Abstract

Lateral ankle sprain is one of the most common ankle injuries, especially in sports. When not treated properly, chronic ankle instability (CAI) may develop causing recurrent sprains and permanent damage to ankle ligaments. In this study, the design, implementation and validation of a smart wearable device connected to a smartphone application is described. This device can predict and prevent the occurrence of ankle sprain. Prediction of potentially harmful motion is achieved by continuous monitoring of ankle kinematics using inertial motion sensors. Detection of such a motion immediately triggers electrical stimulation of the peroneal muscles causing foot dorsiflexion, and hence prevents potential injury. The proposed device has the advantage of having a very short response time of eight milliseconds which is sufficient to halt the sprain motion. Laboratory validation testing using a custom designed trapdoor showed an accuracy of 96% in detecting and correcting hazardous motion. Furthermore, this device complies well with the design constrains of a wearable device such as small size and low power consumption. It is also low cost and unobtrusive due to the wireless connection between all components. Future work is recommended to test the clinical effectiveness of the proposed device in patients with CAI.

Attia, Y. A., Y. M. A. Mohamed, and T. A. Altalhi, "Photobiosynthesis of metal/graphene nanocomposites: new materials for water desalination and purification", Desalination and Water Treatment, vol. 57, issue 54, pp. 26014-26021, 2016. photobiosynthesis_of_metal_graphene_nanocomposites
Attia, M. M., O. A. Mahdy, and N. M. K. Saleh, "Prevalence of Linguatula serrata (Order: Pentastomida) nymphs parasitizing Camels and Goats with experimental infestation of dogs in Egypt", International Journal of Advanced Research in Biological Sciences, vol. 4, issue 8, pp. 197-205, 2017. linguatula_serrata.pdf
Attia, M., A. Abdel-Hamid, M. Kasem, R. Shaheen, and M. Hassan, "A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY TO EXAMINE AND CONSERVE A DYED LINEN ARTIFACT", Egyptian Journal of Archaeological and Restoration Studies, vol. 13, issue 2, pp. 233-239, 2023. mohamed_2023-1.pdf
Attia, Y. A., M. Samer, M. S. M. Mohamed, M. Salah, E. Moustafa, R. M. A. Hameed, H. Elsayed, and E. M. Abdelsalam, "Enhancing bioelectricity generation from wastewater in microbial fuel cells using carbon nanomaterials", Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology, vol. 99, issue 5, pp. 1172 - 1180, 2024. Abstract

BACKGROUND: Microbial fuel cells (MFCs) offer a promising approach for treating wastewater and generating electrical energy simultaneously. However, their implementation in wastewater treatment plants is hindered by the limited electricity generation, often attributed to the electrolyte's high resistance. This study aimed to improve bioelectricity generation in MFCs by adding nanomaterials to the electrolyte to enhance conductivity. RESULTS: Three types of nanomaterials – carbon nanotubes (CNTs), graphitic carbon nitride (g-C3N4), and reduced graphene oxide (r-GO) – were synthesized and addition to the electrolyte at a concentration of 50 mg in 1.5 L. MFC performance was evaluated, employed a hydraulic retention time (HRT) of 140 h, and compared to a control with no nanomaterials added. The addition of nanomaterials significantly improved MFC performance. Compared to the control, the MFCs with CNTs, g-C3N4, and r-GO exhibited higher voltage: 1.301 V (CNTs), 1.286 V (g-C3N4), 1.280 V (r-GO) versus 0.570 V (control); increased power density: 14.11 mW m−3 (CNTs), 13.78 mW m−3 (g-C3N4), 13.66 mW m−3 (r-GO) versus 2.71 mW m−3 (control); enhanced areal power density: 21.06 mW m−2 (CNTs), 20.57 mW m−2 (g-C3N4), 20.39 mW m−2 (r-GO) versus 4.04 mW m−2 (control); and improved coulombic efficiency: 19.43% (CNTs), 19.19% (g-C3N4), 19.11% (r-GO) versus 8.54% (control). CONCLUSION: Incorporating nanomaterials into the MFC electrolyte significantly increased bioelectricity generation by 5.21 times and coulombic efficiency by 2.28 times compared to the control. This improvement is attributed to the high specific surface area of the nanomaterials, which facilitates the adhesion and growth of microorganisms around the anode, enhancing direct electron transfer. © 2024 Society of Chemical Industry (SCI). © 2024 Society of Chemical Industry (SCI).

Attia, M. S., A. S. Mahmoud, M. M. Megahed, and A. A. Radwan, "Numerical investigations of the stepped double torsion fracture toughness specimen", Engineering Fracture Mechanics, vol. 77, no. 16: Elsevier, pp. 3359–3367, 2010. Abstract
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Attia, Y., M. Samer, M. S. M. Mohamed, E. Moustafa, M. Salah, and E. Abdelsalam, "Nanocoating of microbial fuel cells electrodes for enhancing bioelectricity generation from wastewater", Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery, vol. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s13399-022-02321-7, 2024.
Attia, M., P. Pecina, Y. Samih, K. Shaalan, and J. van Genabith, "Improved Spelling Error Detection and Correction for Arabic", The International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING), Mumbai, India, 14 December, 2012. Abstractimproved_spelling.pdf

A spelling error detection and correction application is based on three main components: a dictionary (or reference word list), an error model and a language model. While most of the attention in the literature has been directed to the language model, we show how improvements in any of the three components can lead to significant cumulative improvements in the overall performance of the system. We semi-automatically develop a dictionary of 9.3 million fully inflected Arabic words using a morphological transducer and a large corpus. We improve the error model by analysing error types and creating an edit distance based re-ranker. We also improve the language model by analysing the level of noise in different sources of data and selecting the optimal subset to train the system on. Testing and evaluation experiments show that our system significantly outperforms Microsoft Word 2010, OpenOffice Ayaspell and Google Docs.

Attia, H. A., Z. H. Osman, M. El-Shibini, and A. A. Moftah, "An Assessment of Distributed Generation Impacts on Distribution Networks using Global Performance Index", Nature and Science, vol. 8, issue 9, 2010.
Attia, M. M., H. S. Farag, H. Abdel-Saeed, and E. Ismael, "Advanced immunological studies on Cephalopina titillator with special references to the epidemiological uses of Dot-ELISA in camel sera", J Parasit Dis, , vol. 44, pp. 813-821, 2020.
Attia, D. H., A. Mokbel, H. M. Haggag, and N. Naeem, "Pregnancy outcome in women with active and inactive lupus nephritis: A prospective cohort study", LUPUS, pp. 1-12, 2019.
Attia, M. A. E. - H. M., Study on Climatic Change in Sudan, , Egypt, Cairo University, 2008. abstract.pdf
Attia, A. K., M. A. Al-Ghobashy, G. M. El-Sayed, and S. M. Kamal, "Simultaneous determination of linezolid, meropenem and theophylline in plasma", Data in Brief, vol. 21, pp. 150-153, 2018. simultaneous_determination_of_linezolid_meropenem_.pdf
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