Publications

Export 14747 results:
Sort by: Author [ Title  (Desc)] Type Year
A B C D E F [G] H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z   [Show ALL]
«
Zayed, E. M., E. A. Hafez, and S. A. S. Ghozlan., "«Synthesis of Some New N'-Substituted N-Aminopyridine Derivatives».", Pharmazie, vol. 40, pp. 10, 1985.
Ghozlan, S. A., E. A. Hafez, and A. A. Elbannany., "«Studies with Heterocyclic Hydrazidic Halides: New Pyrazolo[1,5-c]1,2,4-Triazoles and Pyrazolo[l,5-c]l,2,4-Triazines ».", Arch. Pharm., vol. 320, pp. 850, 1987.
Hafez, E. A., M. A. E. Khalifa, S. K. A. Guda, and M. H. Elnagdi., "«Reactions with the arylhydrazones of -cycanoketones: Utitlity of arylhydrazonomesoxalonitriles for the synthesis of azoles and azolines».", Z. Naturforsch., vol. 35b, pp. 485-489, 1980.
Zayed, E. M., E. A. Hafez, S. A. S. Ghozlan, and A. H. Ibrahim., "«Activated nitriles in heterocyclic synthesis: The reaction of cyanoacethydrazide with -substituted cinnamonitrile derivatives».", Heterocycles., vol. 22, pp. 2553, 1984.
el-Din GOMAA, M. S., "« Nil, canaux et lacs : le réseau de communication des eaux intérieures à l’époque gréco-romaine » ", La batellerie égyptiennes, Archéologie, histoire, ethnographie, in: Etudes Alexandrines 34, Alexandrie, Centre d'Etudes Alexandrines, 2015.
GOMAA, M. S., "« Nil, canaux et lacs : le réseau de communication des eaux intérieures à l’époque gréco-romaine »", La batellerie égyptiennes, Archéologie, histoire, ethnographie, in: Etudes Alexandrines 34, Alexandrie, Centre d'Etudes Alexandrines, 2015.
{
Galal, G. H., J. T. McDonnell, and R. J. Paul, The {Utility} of {Qualitative} {Modelling} in {Architectural} {Evaluation}, : Association for Information Systems, pp. 1392–1395, 2001. Abstract
n/a
Galal, G., J. McDonnell, and R. Paul, "The {Utility} of {Qualitative} {Modeling} in {Architectural} {Evaluation}", AMCIS 2001 Proceedings, pp. 270, 2001. Abstract
n/a
Galal, G., J. McDonnell, and R. Paul, "The {Utility} of {Qualitative} {Modeling} in {Architectural} {Evaluation}", AMCIS 2001 Proceedings, pp. 270, 2001. Abstract
n/a
Shafik, N. F., S. F. Sabet, Y. M. El-Meligui, M. Atef, and M. Ghareeb, "{The expression of Preferentially Expressed Antigen of Melanoma (PRAME) Gne in Acute Myeloid Leukemia}", The journal of the Egyptian Society of Haematology and research, vol. 12, no. 1, pp. 1–7, 2016. Abstract
n/a
Gomaa, M., A. Salah, and G. {Abdel Fattah}, "{Superior enhancement of SPR fiber optic sensor using laser sensitized dip-coated graphene gold nanocomposite probes}", Optics & Laser Technology, vol. 157, no. April 2022: Elsevier Ltd, pp. 108644, jan, 2023. AbstractWebsite
n/a
Gomaa, M., A. Salah, and G. {Abdel Fattah}, "{Superior enhancement of SPR fiber optic sensor using laser sensitized dip-coated graphene gold nanocomposite probes}", Optics & Laser Technology, vol. 157, no. April 2022: Elsevier Ltd, pp. 108644, jan, 2023. AbstractWebsite
n/a
Gomaa, M., A. Salah, and G. {Abdel Fattah}, "{Superior enhancement of SPR fiber optic sensor using laser sensitized dip-coated graphene gold nanocomposite probes}", Optics & Laser Technology, vol. 157, no. April 2022: Elsevier Ltd, pp. 108644, jan, 2023. AbstractWebsite
n/a
Goodland, M., and C. Slater, {SSADM} {A} {Practical} {Approach}, , Maidenhead, McGraw Hill, 1995. Abstract
n/a
Galal-Edeen, G. H., The {Spatial} {Nature} and {Evolution} of {Fatamid} {Cairo}, : University College London, 2002. Abstract
n/a
Gonzalo, T. E., L. Heurtier, and A. Moursy, "{Sneutrino driven GUT Inflation in Supergravity}", JHEP, vol. 06, pp. 109, 2017. Abstract
n/a
Gonzalo, T. E., L. Heurtier, and A. Moursy, "{Sneutrino driven GUT Inflation in Supergravity}", JHEP, vol. 06, pp. 109, 2017. Abstract
n/a
Mansour, H., K. Gad, and K. S. A. Hassaneen, "{Self-Consistent Green Function Calculations for Isospin Asymmetric Nuclear Matter}", Progress of Theoretical Physics, vol. 123, pp. 687–700, 2010. Abstract
n/a
Sattar, A. M. A., K. Plesiński, A. Radecki-Pawlik, and B. Gharabaghi, "{Scour depth model for grade-control structures}", Journal of Hydroinformatics, vol. 20, no. 1, pp. 117-133, 09, 2018. AbstractWebsite

{Grade-control structures (GCS) are commonly used to protect fish habitat by preventing excessive river-bed degradation in mountain streams. However, flow over the GCS can cause localized scour immediately downstream of the weir. This paper aims to develop more accurate models for prediction of the maximum scour depth downstream of GCS, using a more extensive dataset and evolutionary gene expression programming (GEP). Three GEP models are developed relating maximum scour depth and various control variables. The developed models had the lowest error compared to available models. A parametric analysis is performed for further verification of the developed GEP model. The results indicate that the proposed relations are simple and can more accurately predict the scour depth downstream GCS.}

Galal, G. H., J. T. McDonnell, and R. J. Paul, "The {Role} of {Interpretive} {Evaluation} in {Engineering} {Information} {Systems} {Requirements}", AMCIS 2000 Proceedings, pp. 420, 2000. Abstract
n/a
GadAllah, A. H., A. - H. M. {Abou Zied}, and K. {M. Fahim}, "{Risk Profile of Some Food Safety Hazards Associated with Ice-cream Sold in Egypt}", International Journal of Dairy Science, vol. 15, no. 3, pp. 123–133, 2020. Abstract
n/a
Wrigley, S. N., K.Elbedweihy, A. L. Gentile, V. Lanfranchi, and A. - S. Dadzie, {Results of the second evaluation of semantic search tools}, , no. D13.6: SEALS Consortium, 2012. Abstract
n/a
Abdelrahman, F. E., I. Elsayed, M. K. Gad, A. H. Elshafeey, and M. I. Mohamed, "{Response surface optimization, Ex vivo and In vivo investigation of nasal spanlastics for bioavailability enhancement and brain targeting of risperidone}", {INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICS}, vol. {530}, no. {1-2}, pp. {1-11}, {SEP 15}, 2017. Abstract

{Transnasal brain drug targeting could ensure better drug delivery to the brain through the olfactory pathway. Risperidone bioavailability is 66% in extensive metabolizers and 82% in slow metabolizers. The aim of this study is to investigate the ability of the nanovesicular spanlastics to effectively deliver risperidone through the nasal route to the brain and increase its bioavailability. Spanlastics formulae, composed of span and polyvinyl alcohol, were designed based on central composite statistical design. The planned formulae were prepared using ethanol injection method. The prepared formulae were characterized by testing their particle size, polydispersity index, zeta potential and encapsulation efficiency. The optimized formula having the lowest particle size, polydispersity index, the highest zeta potential and encapsulation efficiency was subjected to further investigations including characterization of its rheological properties, elasticity, transmission electron microscopy, in vitro diffusion, ex vivo permeation, histopathology and in vivo biodistribution. The optimized formula was composed of 5 mg/mL span and 30 mg/mL polyvinyl alcohol. It showed significantly higher transnasal permeation and better distribution to the brain, when compared to the used control regarding the brain targeting efficiency and the drug transport percentage (2.16 and 1.43 folds increase, respectively). The study introduced a successful and promising formula to directly and effectively carry the drug from nose to brain. (C) 2017 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.}

Galal, G. H., and J. T. McDonnell, A {Qualitative} {View} of {Requirements} {Engineering}, : Deakin University, pp. 167–176, 1998. Abstract
n/a
Tourism