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Mohamed, A. W., A. A. Hadi, A. M. Fattouh, and K. M. Jambi, "LSHADE with semi-parameter adaptation hybrid with CMA-ES for solving CEC 2017 benchmark problems", 2017 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation (CEC), pp. 145 - 152, 5-8 June 2017, Submitted. Abstract
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Hassanein Walid1, 2, G. Fabienne1, J. Etienne1, R. Emmanuel3, M. M. 4, A. Mohamed2, and H. Mohamed2, "Paleoenvironmental conditions during the Late Aptian-Early Albian in the Essaouira-Agadir Basin (Morocco): evidence from sedimentology, calcareous nannofossils and stable isotope records ", RST PAU, FRANCE, PAU , FRANCE, 27th -31 Octobre, Submitted. paufrance_2014.docx
Zaher, A., H. Moustafa, W. Omar, H. Farag, and I. Ezzat, "Assessment of treatment response and tumour viability using Tl201, Tc-MIBI and Tc-MDP in bone and soft tissue sarcoma", First Egyptian International Nuclear Medicine Meeting, Hurghada , 25-27 February, Submitted.
H, M., A. Fawzy, and A. Moneim, "The value of 99mTc -HIG and 99mTc-MDP in the evaluation of patients with Rheumatoid arthritis", First Egyptian International Nuclear Medicine meeting,, Hurghada , 25-27 February, Submitted.
Fawzy, S., "دور مواقع التواصل الاجتماعي في دعم عملية التمكين السياسي للمرأة المصرية: دراسة ميدانية على الشباب الجامعي المصري", المؤتمر العلمي الثالث لكلية الإعلام جامعة أكتوبر للعلوم الحديثة والآداب (MSA) (الإعلام وتمكين المرأة: التحديات والتطلعات), Giza , Egypt , 25- 26 November , Submitted. bhth_-_sr_fwzy.pdf
Fawzy, S., "دور مواقع التواصل الاجتماعي في دعم عملية التمكين السياسي للمرأة المصرية: دراسة ميدانية على الشباب الجامعي المصري", المؤتمر العلمي الثالث لكلية الإعلام جامعة أكتوبر للعلوم الحديثة والآداب (MSA) (الإعلام وتمكين المرأة: التحديات والتطلعات), Giza , Egypt , 25- 26 November , Submitted. bhth_-_sr_fwzy.pdf
Moustafa, H., A. Fawzy, S. El-Tobgi, and M. Abd El Ghani, "201Tl-reinjection-NTG as a predictor of myocardial viability", European Congress Nuclear Medicine, Glasgow, 23 - 27 August, Submitted.
Moustafa, H., K. Khallafallah, H. Farag, and I. Ezzat, "99mTc-MIBI, 201Tl and 131I whole body scanning in the follow up of patients with differentiated thyroid cancer", . European Congress Nuclear Medicine, Glasgow, 23 - 27 August, Submitted.
Moustafa, H., A. Zaher, I. Ezzat, and H. Farag, "Assessment of residual and recurrent viable bone and soft tissue sarcoma using 201Tl, 99mTc-MIBI and 99mTcMDP", European Congress Nuclear Medicine, Glasgow, 23 - 27 August, Submitted.
nehal hamdy, R. A. N. D. A. F.SALAM, E. L. S. A. Y. E. D. MAHMOUD, and S. Ahmed, "EFFECT OF BRANCHED CHAIN AMINO ACIDSON TYPE 2 DIABETIC PATIENTS CONTROL", ACCE-E POSTER, 22-23 N0VEMBER , Submitted.
Fadia Zyadaa, M. O. H. A. M. E. D. SHETA, H. E. Degwi, and R. Saad, "Anxiety, depression, and strain among caregivers of terminally ill patients ", Egyptian Journal of Psychiatry , vol. 34:77–84, Submitted. egyptjpsychiatr34277-700959_001140.pdf
M.Abdelazim, M., Application of Cuckoo search algorithm and its variants foThermodynamic Problems , , Cairo, Cairo Univeristy, Submitted.
Fawzy, A., W. Taha, A. Ebade, and S. Rizk, "Awake versus combined general and epidural technique for off-pump coronary artery bypass grafting surgery: A retrospective comparative study", Egyptian Journal of Cardiothoracic Anesthesia, vol. 7, issue 2, pp. 56-62, Submitted. paper_6.pdf
Franco, M., R. Rocha, M. Costa, and M. Yehia, "Characteristics of NH3/H2/air flames in a combustor fired by a swirl and bluff-body stabilized burner", Proceedings of Combustion Institute, Submitted.
Husseiny, N. E. M., A. E. Sobky, A. M. Khalaf, M. Fateen, D. E. M. Demerdash, H. Youssef, M. Salah, S. E. S. A. E. Ghany, S. E. Husseiny, and M. Gamil, "Chronic immune thrombocytopenia. Egyptian experience", Comp Clin Pathol , issue 1618-5641, Submitted.
Husseiny, N. E. M., A. E. Sobky, A. M. Khalaf, M. Fateen, D. E. M. Demerdash, H. Youssef, M. Salah, S. E. S. A. E. Ghany, S. E. Husseiny, and M. Gamil, "Chronic immune thrombocytopenia. Egyptian experience", Comp Clin Pathol , issue 1618-5641, Submitted.
EL-Abd, N. E., N. A. Fawzy, S. M. EL-Sheikh, and M. E. Soliman, "Circulating miRNA-122, miRNA-199a, and miRNA-16 as Biomarkers for Early Detection of Hepatocellular Carcinoma in Egyptian Patients with Chronic Hepatitis C Virus Infection", Molecular Diagnosis & Therapy, vol. 19, issue ISSN 1177-1062, pp. 10, Submitted. 10.1007_s40291-015-0148-1.pdf
Sh, E. - H., M. F, M. H, Z. G, S. Z, and E. - S. K, "Comparative study of interventricular phase difference and pressure gradient in cases of isolated ventricular septal defect", . Eur J Nucl Med, vol. 20(10, pp. 921, Submitted.
Mahmoud, M. M., A. M. Shamseldeen, L. A. Rashed, A. E. Fares, A. Shamaa, and D. M. Gharib, "Contribution of volume overload to progression of cardiovascular disease in a rat model of chronic kidney disease", Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, vol. 96(12), issue volume 96, Number 12, December 2018 , pp. 1197-1208, Submitted.
Talaat, M., A. Kharabish, M. D. Homos, mohamed fouad, and D. M. Nabil, "The coronary arterial anatomy of the 17-segment model using 3-Tesla cardiac magnetic resonance imaging", The Egyptian Journal of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, vol. 47, issue 2016, pp. 1303-1311, Submitted.
Farrag, A., A. ELFaramawy, M. A. Salem, R. A. Wahab, and S. Ghareeb, "Coronary artery ectasia diagnosed using multidetector computed tomography: morphology and relation to coronary artery calcification", Int J Cardiovasc Imaging 2013, vol. 29, issue ISSN 1569-5794, pp. 427-433, Submitted.
Farouk, K., Osama Ibrahem, Mohamed Essam, Ahmed El Shaeer, and S. Sheta, "Correlation between Mixed Venous and Central Venous Oxygen Saturation in Patients Undergoing CABG", The Egyptian Heart Journal, 2009, vol. 61, issue 2, Submitted.
El-Khashab, M. A., H. H. Fouad, M. H. G. El-Dein, and H. Morad, "Effect of Exercise Training on Bone Remodeling Markers in Pre and Postmenopausal Osteoporotic Women", Prolongation of Caudal Analgesia in Pediatric Surgery: Comparison between Dexmedetomidine, Clonidine, Tramadol, and Fentanyl, pp. 39, Submitted. Abstract

We tested the hypothesis that weight training would be an effective modality in maintaining or increasing bone mineral density (BMD) at the lumbar spine, femoral neck, and bone mineral content (BMC) at the distal wrist in early postmenopausal women. A total of 17 women completed a 9 month weight-training program, and 9 women served as a control group. Resistance training occurred three times per week using exercises designed to increase muscular strength. Mean change in lumbar BMD in the weight-trained group (1.6 ± 1.2%, mean ± SEM) was significantly different from the change in the control group (-3.6 ± 1.5%, p < 0.01) over the 9 month period. No significant weight-training effect was detected at the femoral neck or distal wrist site. We conclude that weight training may be a useful exercise modality for maintaining lumbar BMD in early postmenopausal women.

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.

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