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1918
Afify, E. A. M. R., I. Elsayed, M. K. Gad, M. I. Mohamed, and A. E. - M. M. R. Afify, "Enhancement of pharmacokinetic and pharmacological behavior of ocular dorzolamide after factorial optimization of self-assembled nanostructures", PLOS ONE, vol. 2, pp. 1-16, 1918.
1957
Ghoneim, A., M. A. Raafat, A. K. Abou-Raya, and E. R. M. Abou-Hussein, "Economic food mixture for the growth of Egyptian calves. 1. Effect of replacing a part of the clover or its hay by wheat bran for buffalo calves during the 1st year growth.", Economic food mixture for the growth of Egyptian calves. 1. Effect of replacing a part of the clover or its hay by wheat bran for buffalo calves during the 1st year growth., issue 149, 1957. Abstract
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Ghoneim, A., M. A. Raafat, A. K. Abou-Raya, and E. R. M. Abou-Hussein, "Economic food mixture for the growth of Egyptian calves. 2. Effect of replacing a part of the clover or its hay by undecorticated cottonseed cake for feeding buffalo calves during the 2nd year of growth.", Economic food mixture for the growth of Egyptian calves. 2. Effect of replacing a part of the clover or its hay by undecorticated cottonseed cake for feeding buffalo calves during the 2nd year of growth., issue Bull. No. 150, 1957. Abstract
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Ghoneim, A., M. A. Raafat, A. K. Abou-Raya, and E. R. M. Abou-Hussein, "Feeding of Egyptian cows and buffaloes on different levels of starch values. 2. Economic food requirements for growing calves during the second six months of growth.", Feeding of Egyptian cows and buffaloes on different levels of starch values. 2. Economic food requirements for growing calves during the second six months of growth.: Cairo Univ. Fac. Agric., 1957. Abstract
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Ghoneim, A., M. A. Raafat, A. K. Abou-Raya, and E. R. M. Abou-Hussein, "Study of growth in Egyptian cows and buffaloes up to 10.5 years old.", Study of growth in Egyptian cows and buffaloes up to 10.5 years old., issue Bull. No. 133, 1957. Abstract
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1961
Shafie, M. M., A. L. Badreldin, M. A. Ghany, and M. Hanafi, "Differential growth and carcass characteristic in the Giza rabbits", Egyptian J Anim Prod, vol. 1, pp. 135-148, 1961. Abstract
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Ghany, M. A., A. L. Badreldin, M. M. Shafie, and M. Hanafi, "Some factors affecting body weight in Giza rabbits", J. Anim. Prod. VAR l, pp. 121-134, 1961. Abstract
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1963
Graham, K., "Concepts of forest entomology.", Concepts of forest entomology.: Reinhold Publishing Corporation; Chapman & Hall, 1963. Abstract
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Shafie, M. M., A. L. Badreldin, M. A. Ghany, and Y. A. Afifi, "Effect of Adding Antibiotic, Cow and Buffalo Manure to the Ration on the Blood Constituents of Chickens", World's Poultry Science Journal, vol. 19, issue 02: Cambridge University Press, pp. 104-109, 1963. Abstract
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Elgindi, I. M., A. Ghoneim, M. A. Raafat, E. R. M. Abou-Hussein, and E. A. Gihad, "Effect of fertilization practices upon the yield, chemical composition and nutritive value of berseem.", Journal of Animal Production of the United Arab Republic, vol. 3, pp. 95-103, 1963. Abstract
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Raafat, M. A., A. Ghoneim, I. M. Elgindi, E. R. M. Abou-Hussein, and E. A. Gihad, "Effect of interseeding barley with berseem on its yield, chemical composition and nutritive value.", Journal of Animal Production of the United Arab Republic, vol. 3, pp. 117-122, 1963. Abstract
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Ghoneim, A., M. A. Raafat, I. M. El-Gindi, E. R. M. Abou-Hussein, and E. A. Gihad, "Effect of the stage of cutting on the yield, chemical composition and nutritive value of berseem.", Journal of Animal Production of the United Arab Republic, vol. 3, pp. 83-93, 1963. Abstract
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1964
Abou-Raya, A. K., E. R. M. Abou-Hussein, A. Ghoneim, M. A. Raafat, and A. A. Mohamed, "Effect of Ca (OH) 2 and NaOH treatments on the nutritive value of maize stalks, sorghum stalks and dry sweet potato vines.", Journal of Animal Production of the United Arab Republic, vol. 1966, issue 4, pp. 55-65, 1964. Abstract
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Abou-Hussein, E. R. M., A. Ghoneim, M. A. Raafat, I. M. El-Gindi, and E. A. Gihad, "Effect of the stage of cutting berseem on the yield, chemical composition and nutritive value of its hay.", Journal of Animal Production of the United Arab Republic, vol. 4, pp. 45-53, 1964. Abstract
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Gihad, E. A., A. Ghoneim, M. A. Raafat, I. M. El-Gindi, and E. R. M. Abou-Hussein, "Study of losses in hay making as influenced by the stage of cutting", United Arab Republic Journal of Animal Production, vol. 4, issue 1: National Information and Documentation Centre, pp. 67, 1964. Abstract
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Gihad, E. A., A. Ghoneim, M. A. Raafat, I. M. El-Gindi, and E. R. M. Abou-Hussein, "STUDY OF LOSSES IN HAYMAKING AS INFLUENCED BY THE STAGE OF CUTTING", United Arab Republic Journal of Animal Production, vol. 4: National Information and Documentation Centre, pp. 67, 1964. Abstract
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1965
Rohde, R., M. Refai, and and Gaase, " Eine neue Salmonellaspecies: Salmonella bochum 4,5,12:r:1,2.", Zbl. Bakt. I. Orig., vol. 197, pp. , 290-291 , 1965. a_new_salmonella_species.pdf
1966
GHONEIM, A. H. M. E. D., I. B. R. A. H. I. M. M. EL-GINDI, and E. A. Gihad, "THE EFFECT OF FEEDING ANTIBIOTICS ON GROWING AND LAYING TURKEYS", Proceedings of the second Animal Production Conference, Cairo, March 3-10, 1963, vol. 1: National Information and Documentation Centre, pp. 135, 1966. Abstract
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1967
Glaser, B. G., and A. L. Strauss, The {Discovery} of {Grounded} {Theory} - {Strategies} for {Qualitative} {Research}, , London, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1967. Abstract
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Khayyal, M. T., N. I. Girgis, and E. McConnell, "The use of penicillamine as an adjuvant to tartar emetic in the treatment of experimental schistosomiasis.", Bulletin of the World Health Organization, vol. 37, issue 3, pp. 387-92, 1967. Abstract

One of the principal drawbacks of antimonial therapy in schistosomiasis has been the prevalence of annoying, and sometimes dangerous, side-effects. The adjuvant administration of chelating agents offers a possible solution to this problem, providing this can be achieved without appreciably decreasing the therapeutic effect of the drug.The authors found that the chelating agent penicillamine lowered the toxicity of tartar emetic for mice and hamsters without affecting the tissue uptake of antimony. When administered in a similar manner to hamsters infected with Schistosoma mansoni there was no effect on the uptake of antimony by the parasites, or on the cure rate. This suggests a potential usefulness of penicillamine in antimony therapy.

Khayyal, M. T., N. I. Girgis, and E. McConnell, "The use of penicillamine as an adjuvant to tartar emetic in the treatment of experimental schistosomiasis.", Bulletin of the World Health Organization, vol. 37, issue 3, pp. 387-92, 1967. Abstract

One of the principal drawbacks of antimonial therapy in schistosomiasis has been the prevalence of annoying, and sometimes dangerous, side-effects. The adjuvant administration of chelating agents offers a possible solution to this problem, providing this can be achieved without appreciably decreasing the therapeutic effect of the drug.The authors found that the chelating agent penicillamine lowered the toxicity of tartar emetic for mice and hamsters without affecting the tissue uptake of antimony. When administered in a similar manner to hamsters infected with Schistosoma mansoni there was no effect on the uptake of antimony by the parasites, or on the cure rate. This suggests a potential usefulness of penicillamine in antimony therapy.

Khayyal, M. T., N. I. Girgis, and E. McConnell, "The use of penicillamine as an adjuvant to tartar emetic in the treatment of experimental schistosomiasis.", Bulletin of the World Health Organization, vol. 37, issue 3, pp. 387-92, 1967. Abstract

One of the principal drawbacks of antimonial therapy in schistosomiasis has been the prevalence of annoying, and sometimes dangerous, side-effects. The adjuvant administration of chelating agents offers a possible solution to this problem, providing this can be achieved without appreciably decreasing the therapeutic effect of the drug.The authors found that the chelating agent penicillamine lowered the toxicity of tartar emetic for mice and hamsters without affecting the tissue uptake of antimony. When administered in a similar manner to hamsters infected with Schistosoma mansoni there was no effect on the uptake of antimony by the parasites, or on the cure rate. This suggests a potential usefulness of penicillamine in antimony therapy.

1968
Ghoniem, N., and M. Refai, " Incidence of Candida in Damietta cheese. ", Mykosen , vol. 11, , pp. 295-298 , 1968. incidence_of_candida_in_cheese.pdf
Gobba, A., and M. Refai, " Therapeutic value of Benzalkonium chloride in oral candidosis. ", Mykosen , vol. 11, , pp. 529-530 , 1968.
Refai, M., and A. Gobba, "Selective media for isolation of dermatophytes by using alkaline pH-media .", Mykosen , vol. 11, , pp. 143-146 , 1968. Abstractselective_media_for_isolation.pdf

Zusammenfassung
Das Antibiotikum Actidione zur Hemmung des Schimmelpilzwadistums in Primärkulturen ist sehr teuer und steht deshalb nicht immer in ausreichender Menge überall zur Verfügung.

Aufgrund der Beobachtung, daß Dermatophytenkulturen ihr pH von 6,4 auf 8,5 veränderten, zahlreiche Schimmelpilze hingegen eine Säuerung des Mediums herbeiführten, wurde experimentell geprüft, ob eine Alkalisierung des Nährbodens die Isolierung von Dermatophyten aus verunreinigten Proben erleichtert.

Zunächst wurden die Reinkulturen von Microsporum canis, Aspergillus fumigatus und Penicillium notatum auf Kimmig-Agar in den pH-Bereichen zwischen 8 und 12 geprüft. Keiner dieser Stämme wuchs bei pH 12; bei pH 10 und 11 entwickelte sich Microsporum canis in kleinen Kolonien, Aspergillus fumigatus und Penicillium notatum wuchsen langsamer als normal und breiteten sich nicht so stark aus.

Bei weiteren Untersuchungen wurde Microsporum canis zusammen mit Aspergillus fumigatus bzw. Penicillium notatum verimpft. Dabei ergab sich, daß bei pH-Werten in der Nähe des Neutralpunktes die Schimmelpilze den Dermatophyten überwucherten. Bei pH 10 und 11 jedoch ermöglichte das reduzierte Wachstum der Schimmelpilze auch dem Dermatophyten die Entwicklung bis zu einem Punkte, daß sich die kleinen Kolonien gut isolieren ließen.

Die Anwendung dieser Methode bei Routineuntersuchungen stark verunreinigten Materials erbrachte günstige Ergebnisse.

Wo Actidione nicht zur Verfügung steht, kann also die Alkalisierung des Nährbodens dazu beitragen, Dermatophytenkolonien eine Zeitlang vor dem Überwuchern durch Schimmelpilze zu bewahren, so daß ihre Isolierung erleichtert wird.

Resumen
Basándose en que cultivos de dermatofitos transforman su pH de 6,4 a 8.4 y que numerosos mohos acidifican el medio, se ensayó experimentalmente si la alcalinización del medio de cultivo facilita el aislamiento de dermatofitos de pruebas contaminadas.

Primeramente se ensayaron cultivos puros de Microsporon canis, Aspergillus fumigatus y Penicillium notatum sobre “agar Kimmig” entre los pH 8 y 12. Ninguna de estas cepas creció en un pH de 12. En un pH de 10 y 11 crecieron mas lentamente que lo normal y no se extendieron tan activamente.

Luego se inoculó M. canis con A. fumigatus o con P. notatum notándose que con un pH cerca del punto neutro los mohos proliferaban sobre los dermatofitos. Con un pH de 10 y 11 el reducido crecimiento de los mohos posibilitaba el crecimiento de los dermatofitos a tal punto de que se podía aislar las pequeñas colonias.

La utilización de este método en investigaciones de rutina de material muy contaminado dió resultados favorables.

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