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Gharib, H., A. S. Wifi, M. Younan, and A. Nassef, {An analytical incremental model for the analysis of the cup drawing}, , Submitted. Abstract
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Galal-Edeen, G. H., A. E. D. Riad, and M. Seyam, {AGILITY} {VERSUS} {DISCIPLINE}: {TOWARDS} {A} {MIDDLE} {GROUND}, , Submitted. Abstract
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Akizu, N., V. Cantagrel, J. Schroth, N. Cai, K. Vaux, D. McCloskey, R.  K. Naviaux, J. Van Vleet, A.  G. Fenstermaker, J.  L. Silhavy, et al., "\{AMPD2\} Regulates \{GTP\} Synthesis and Is Mutated in a Potentially Treatable Neurodegenerative Brainstem Disorder", Cell, vol. 154, no. 3, pp. 505 - 517, 2013. AbstractWebsite
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González Mateos, G., M. P. Serrano, D. G. Valencia, R. Lázaro, H. M. Safaa, and X. Arbe, "[Effect of methionine level, linoleic acid and added fat to diet on performance and egg quality in Lohmann Brown hens during the last stages of production cycle]", ITEA (Información Técnica Económica Agraria). Producción Animal (España), 2007. Abstract
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Gameel, A. A., S. M. El Sanousi, F. Al Nawawi, and M. O. Al Shazly, "[Association de Klebsiella avec des lesions pulmonaires chez le mouton].", Revue d'Elevage et de Medecine Veterinaire des Pays Tropicaux, 1991. Abstract
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Ghani, N. A. T., and A. M. Mansour, "[(1H-Benzimidazol-2-ylmethyl)-amino]-Benzoic Acid Methyl ester: Crystal structure, DFT Calculations and Biological Activity Evaluation", Spectrochimica Acta part A: Molecular and biomolecular spectroscopy, vol. 81, issue 1, pp. 754–763, 2011. AbstractCU-PDF.pdf

In the present study, structural properties of 2-[(1H-Benzimidazol-2-ylmethyl)-amino]-benzoic acid methyl ester have been studied extensively by spectral methods and X-ray crystallography. Quantum mechanical calculations of energies, geometries, vibrational wavenumbers, NMR and electronic transitions were carried out by DFT using B3LYP functional combined with 6-31G(d) basis set. Natural bond orbitals (NBO) analysis and frontier molecular orbitals were performed at the same level of theory. DFT calculations showed good agreement between the theoretical and experimental values of optimized and X-ray structure as well as between the vibrational and NMR spectroscopy. The title compound was screened for its antibacterial activity referring to Tetracycline as standard antibacterial agent.

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Atef, M., M. A. Ghani, Z. M. Niazi, S. A. H. Youssef, and K. Osman, "Zur Antibiotikaempfindlichkeit einiger atypischer Mykobakterien in vitro", DTW Deutsche tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1982. Abstract
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Ghoneim, N. H., M. A. Sabry, and Z. A. Saeed, "Zoonotic Importance of Campylobacter jejuni Isolated From Chicken Farms in Egypt.", Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences, vol. 8, issue 2, pp. 1517-1525, 2017. campylobacter.pdf
El-Hawagry, M., and F. Gilbert, "Zoogeographical affinities and faunal relationships of bee flies (Diptera: Bombyliidae) in Egypt", Zoology in the Middle East, vol. 60, issue 1, pp. 50-56, 2014.
Hefny, M. M., A. G. GadAllah, S. A. Salih, and M. S. El-Basiouny, "Zinc Passivation in Oxolate Solution", Corrosion NACE, issue 44, 1988.
Ridi, A. M. S. E., R. L. R. E. Gamal, M. M. Sobhy, A. M. E. Naggar, M. A. H. Mansour, and S. Mahfouz, "Zinc and praziquantel on the pathogenesis of hepatosplenomegaly in experimental mansoniasis", J of the Egyptian Society of Parasitology, vol. 18, issue 2, pp. 547-553, 1988.
Taha, M. A., and A. Ghoneim, "Zero-determinant strategies in repeated asymmetric games", Applied Mathematics and Computation, vol. 369 (124862), 2020.
Taha, M. A., and A. Ghoneim, "Zero-determinant strategies in infinitely repeated three-player prisoner’s dilemma game", Chaos, Solitons and Fractals - Nonlinear Science, and Nonequilibrium and Complex Phenomena, vol. 152, issue 111408, 2021.
Saleh, I., L. Tounsi, and J. van Genabith, "ZamAn and Raqm: Extracting Temporal and Numerical Expressions in Arabic", Proceedings of the 7th Asia conference on Information Retrieval, Dubai, UAE, pp. 562-573, 2011. zaman_and_raqm.pdf
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Johnson, P. C., H. Ammar, W. Zohdy, R. Fouda, and R. Govindu, "Yield of diagnostic tests and its impact on cost in adult patients with syncope presenting to a community hospital.", Southern medical journal, vol. 107, issue 11, pp. 707-14, 2014 Nov. Abstract

OBJECTIVES: Total annual costs for syncope-related hospitalizations were $2.4 billion in 2000. The aim of this study was to examine the type and number of tests ordered for patients admitted with syncope and whether these tests helped establish the cause.

METHODS: We studied the records of 1038 patients coded as "syncope" in billing records, and 167 fulfilled the eligibility criteria. The main outcome measures were the diagnostic yield of the ordered tests, the incremental cost/incremental benefit, and the number of admissions that can be averted if risk stratification were used in the evaluation.

RESULTS: The etiology of the syncope was identified in 48.3% of the patients. Postural blood pressure measurement has the highest diagnostic yield at 58.7%, whereas history taking diagnosed 19.7% of cases. The diagnostic yields of telemetry, electrocardiogram, radionuclide stress test, echocardiography, and troponin measurement were 4.76%, 4.24%, 3.44%, 0.94%, and 0.62%, respectively. Chest x-ray, carotid ultrasonography, 24-hour Holter monitoring, brain computed tomography, and brain magnetic resonance imaging did not yield the diagnosis in any of the patients. Only 1.9% of the money spent in the evaluation of syncope was effective in leading to a definitive diagnosis. The orthostatic blood pressure measurement was ranked first in the incremental cost/incremental benefit ratio and the radionuclide stress test was ranked last (17.03 vs 42,369.0, respectively). Approximately 6% of the patients did not meet the admission criteria.

CONCLUSIONS: Physicians ordered unnecessary tests that have a low yield and are not cost-effective. A standardized algorithmic approach should be the cornerstone in the evaluation of syncope.

Johnson, P. C., H. Ammar, W. Zohdy, R. Fouda, and R. Govindu, "Yield of diagnostic tests and its impact on cost in adult patients with syncope presenting to a community hospital.", Southern medical journal, vol. 107, issue 11, pp. 707-14, 2014 Nov. Abstract

OBJECTIVES: Total annual costs for syncope-related hospitalizations were $2.4 billion in 2000. The aim of this study was to examine the type and number of tests ordered for patients admitted with syncope and whether these tests helped establish the cause.

METHODS: We studied the records of 1038 patients coded as "syncope" in billing records, and 167 fulfilled the eligibility criteria. The main outcome measures were the diagnostic yield of the ordered tests, the incremental cost/incremental benefit, and the number of admissions that can be averted if risk stratification were used in the evaluation.

RESULTS: The etiology of the syncope was identified in 48.3% of the patients. Postural blood pressure measurement has the highest diagnostic yield at 58.7%, whereas history taking diagnosed 19.7% of cases. The diagnostic yields of telemetry, electrocardiogram, radionuclide stress test, echocardiography, and troponin measurement were 4.76%, 4.24%, 3.44%, 0.94%, and 0.62%, respectively. Chest x-ray, carotid ultrasonography, 24-hour Holter monitoring, brain computed tomography, and brain magnetic resonance imaging did not yield the diagnosis in any of the patients. Only 1.9% of the money spent in the evaluation of syncope was effective in leading to a definitive diagnosis. The orthostatic blood pressure measurement was ranked first in the incremental cost/incremental benefit ratio and the radionuclide stress test was ranked last (17.03 vs 42,369.0, respectively). Approximately 6% of the patients did not meet the admission criteria.

CONCLUSIONS: Physicians ordered unnecessary tests that have a low yield and are not cost-effective. A standardized algorithmic approach should be the cornerstone in the evaluation of syncope.

Attaby, F. A., M. M. Ramla, and E. M. Gouda, "Yasser M. Ibrahem", Phosphorus, Sulfur and Silicon,, vol. 182, pp. 517, 2007.
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Galal, A., A. Bilgic, R. M. Eltanamly, and A. OSman, "XEN Glaucoma Implant with Mitomycin C 1-Year Follow-Up: Result and Complications", Journal of Ophthalmology, vol. March 2017, issue March, pp. 1-5, 2017.
Elella, M. A. H., E. S. Goda, M. A. Gab-Allah, S. E. Hong, B. Pandit, S. Lee, H. Gamal, A. ur Rehman, and K. R. Yoon, "Xanthan gum-derived materials for applications in environment and eco-friendly materials: A review", Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, vol. 9, pp. 104702, 2021.
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Kaseb, A. S., W. Chen, G. Gingade, and Y. - H. Lu, "Worldview and Route Planning using Live Public Cameras", IS&T/SPIE Conference on Imaging and Multimedia Analytics in a Web and Mobile World, 2015.
Umar, M., A. G. Khan, Z. Abbas, S. Arora, N. Asifabbas, A. Elewaut, G. Esmat, G. Foster, M. Fried, K. - L. Goh, et al., "World Gastroenterology Organisation global guidelines: diagnosis, management and prevention of hepatitis C April 2013.", Journal of clinical gastroenterology, vol. 48, issue 3, pp. 204-17, 2014 Mar. Abstract
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Borne, I., S. Demeyer, and G. H. Galal, "Workshop on Object-Oriented Architectural Evolution (W04)", Lecture Notes on Computer Science (LNCS 1743), Brussels, Belgium, Berlin: Springer-Verlag, pp. 57-79, 1999. Abstract

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E., A. - E., B. S., S. A., I. A, and M. G.R, "Work related musculoskeletal disorders: causes, prevalence and response among Egyptian and Saudi physical therapist", Middle- East Journal of Scientific Research MEJSR., vol. 12, issue 4, pp. 523-529, 2012. work_related_musculoskeletal_disorders-libre.pdf
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