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Hussein, H. M. E., T. A. Ali, and N. A. D. I. A. H. RAFAT, "New designs of a complete set of Photonic Crystals logic gates", Optics Communications, vol. 411, pp. 175-181, 2018.
Hussein, E. A., M. A. M. El-Ghani, R. S. Hamdy, and L. F. Shalabi, "Do anthropogenic activities affect floristic diversity and vegetation structure more than natural soil properties in hyper-arid desert environments?", Diversity, vol. 13, issue 4, pp. 157, 2021.
Hussein, H., G. bohaliga, wendell Johnson, N. Taus, and M. ueti, "Babesia bigemina gene expression during parasite development within adult female tick Rhipicephalus microplus ", Washington state VMP Research symposium, Pullman, WA, USA, 31 October 2017. gamila_poster.pdf
Hussein, M. M. M., and M. S. AzzaArafa, "Nitrogenous nutrition of paspalum turfgrass grown in sandy soil using chemical and biofertilizers", Annals of Agrie. Sci., Moshtohor, vol. 45, pp. 337-351, 2007. Abstract
HUSSEIN, G. A. D. H. A. S. S. A. N. G. A. D., GROWTH PERFORMANCE AND WATER QUALITY AS AFFECTED BY DIETARY NITROGEN LEVELS IN NILE TILAPIA, : Faculty of Agriculture Cairo University, M.Sc. Thesis, 2016. Abstract
Hussein, H. A., B. M. Ahmed, S. M. Aly, A. H. El-deeb, A. A. El-Sanousi, M. A. Rohaim, A. A. Arafa, and M. R. Gadalla, "Protective efficacy of a prime-boost protocol using H5-DNA plasmid as prime and inactivated H5N2 vaccine as the booster against the Egyptian avian influenza challenge virus.", Acta virologica, vol. 60, no. 3, pp. 307–315, 2016. Abstract
Hussein, M. A., Y. A. Elsabagh, A. Hosny, and H. E. Gendy, "Silent cerebral MRI findings in lupus nephritis patients: Is it clinically significant?", journal of advanced research, vol. 9, pp. 63–67, 2018. Silent cerebral MRI findings in lupus nephritis patients: Is it clinically significant?.pdf
Hussein, A. A. E. - D. M., "Egyptian Education in The Sudan from 1943 to 1952 ", Egyptian Society for Historical Studies , vol. Annual Symposium of the Egyptian Society for Historical Studies for 2006, issue Annual Symposium 2006, pp. 30-60, 2006. ltlym_lmsr_f_lswdn.pdf
HUSSEIN, A. M. I. R. A. H. U. S. S. E. I. N. A. H. M. E. D., F. A. A. E. Mahmoudy, and U. M. Ali, The Artist Values For Combination Between Transparent And Reflective Surfaces As An Experimental Approach To Create Of Contemporary Handicrafts, , Giza, Cairo univ, 2013. Abstract

The research concerns with art values of pairing between surfaces transparent and reflective of light as an empirical approach for the innovation of contemporary artwork, through dealing with some materials of transparent and reflective property, through which the relationship between the artworks as a field, and transparency and reflection as a property, confirmed through materials the artist deal with to achieve their ideas in different forms.

Hussein, E. H. A., S. M. M. Abd-alla, N. A. Awad, and M. S. Hussein, "Genetic analysis in some Citrus accessions using microsatellites and AFLP-based markers", Arab J. Biotech, vol. 6, issue 2, pp. 180-201, 2003. Abstract
Hussein, H. A., E. Frost, B. Talbot, M. Shalaby, E. Cornaglia, and Y. EL-Azhary, "Comparison of polymerase chain reaction and monoclonal antibodies for G-typing of group A bovine rotavirus directly from fecal material", Veterinary microbiology, vol. 51, no. 1: Elsevier, pp. 11–17, 1996. Abstract
Hussein, A., M. Noshy, M. Taha, H. El-Shorbagy, E. Shahy, and E. Abdel-Shafy, "GSTP1 and XRCC1 polymorphisms and DNA damage in agricultural workers exposed to pesticides", Mutat Res Gen Tox En , vol. 819, pp. 20–25., 2017.
Hussein, M. F., N. A. Ahmed, and S. M. ‎ Rawi, "The alterations of rat brain GABA and glutamine induced by ‎the organophosphorus compound cyolane.‎", Comp. Biochem. Physiol. , vol. 84C, issue 1, pp. 165-170‎, 1986.
Hussein, H. A., M. A. Shereen, H. A. Sultan, H. M. Samah, A. A. Nada, A. A. El-Sanousi, and others, "Protective immunity induced by co-injection of mixture of Mannan and B-glucan immunostimulant substances with the inactivated bivalent AI-ND vaccine in broiler chickens.", Veterinary Medical Journal Giza, vol. 57, no. 4: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. Cairo University, pp. 649–667, 2009. Abstract
Hussein, R., and S. Hassan, "Customer engagement on social media: how to enhance continuation of use ", Online Information Review, vol. 41, issue 7, pp. 1468-4527, 2017.
Hussein, A., S. Shaker, D. N. Eldine, and M. A. ElKordy, "Pancreatic Pseudo-papillary tumor: NCI experience over 17 years", Medical science, vol. 24, issue 102, 2020.
Hussein, N. A., I. Eissa, and A. A. Abdel-Kader, "Analysis of Factors Affecting Patients’ Compliance to Topical Antiglaucoma Medications in Egypt as a Developing Country Model", Journal of Ophthalmology, vol. 2015, issue ID 234157, pp. 7 pages, 2015. hindawi_article.pdf
Hussein, H. A., H. Fathy, S. M. A. Mawla, F. Zyada, and R. A. E. Hadidy, "Shyness and sociability in a sample of Egyptian schizophrenic patients and its relation to resting frontal EEG", MECPsych, vol. 18, issue 4, pp. 226-230, 2011. Abstract

One of the most disabling features and consequences of schizophrenia is marked impairment of social skills.
Aim of the work:
The aim of this study is to study the relationship between pre-morbid shyness and negative symptoms and resting frontal quantitative EEG alpha activity in schizophrenic patients.
Forty Schizophrenic patients were selected successively in a cross sectional study. The patients were assessed using The Structured Clinical Interview for DSM Axis of Disorders, Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale, The Revised Cheek and Buss Shyness and Sociability Scale. Quantitative EEG was done and assessed for frontal alpha asymmetry.
Ninety seven percent of patients showed asymmetrical frontal alpha EEG activity and 85% of them showed right resting frontal alpha EEG asymmetry. Patients with right frontal asymmetry showed higher scores in PANSS Negative and Shyness scores than left asymmetry.
Negative symptoms of schizophrenia and pre-morbid shyness could be related to Right frontal resting alpha EEG asymmetry.
Key Words: Shyness, Negative symptoms, Schizophrenia, QEEG alpha asymmetry.

Hussein, H. A., B. M. Ahmed, S. M. Aly, A. H. El-deeb, A. A. El-Sanousi, M. A. Rohaim, A. A. Arafa, and M. R. Gadalla, "Protective efficacy of a prime-boost protocol using H5-DNA plasmid as prime and inactivated H5N2 vaccine as the booster against the Egyptian avian influenza challenge virus.", Acta virologica, vol. 60, issue 3, pp. 307-15, 2016. Abstract

In this study, a recombinant DNA plasmid was constructed, encoding for HA1 of a selected Egyptian H5N1 virus (isolated during the 2012 outbreaks). In the immunization and challenge experiments, SPF chickens received 1 or 2 doses of H5-DNA plasmid prime, and boosted with the inactivated H5N2 vaccine. Haemagglutination inhibition (HI) titers, protection levels, and the magnitude of virus shedding were compared to that of the chickens that received either DNA plasmid or inactivated H5N2 vaccine alone. H5N1 virus A/chicken/Egypt/128s/2012 (H5N1) highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) clade 2.2.1/C was used for the challenge. Chickens immunized with 1 or 2 doses of H5-DNA vaccine failed to overcome the challenge with 0% and 10% protection, respectively. Quantitative real-time reverse transcription-PCR revealed virus shedding of 2.2 x 104 PCR copies/ml 3 days post challenge (dpc) in the only surviving bird from the group that received 2 doses of plasmid. However, chickens immunized with 1 or 2 doses of H5-DNA plasmid as prime and inactivated H5N2 vaccine as booster, showed 80% protection after challenge, with a viral shedding of 1.2 x 104 PCR copies/ml (1 dose) and 1.6 x 104 PCR copies/ml (2 doses) 3 dpc. The surviving birds in both groups did not shed the virus at 5 and 7 dpc. In H5N2-vaccinated chickens, protection levels were 70% with relatively high virus shedding (1.8 x 104 PCR copies/ml) 3 dpc. HI titers were protective to the surviving chickens. This study reports the efficacy of H5-DNA plasmid to augment reduction in viral shedding and to provide better protection when applied in a prime-boost program with the inactivated AI vaccine.

Hussein, M. M., R. M. Gaafar, A. M. Abdel-Warith, W. A. Ahmed, Nasr Mohamed Ali Allahloubi, Ahmed Mohamed Abdel Warith, S. E. Salem, and I. M. Abdel-Salam, "Efficacy and Toxicity of Metronomic Chemotherapy in Metastatic Breast Cancer: Egyptian Experience.", Clinical breast cancer, vol. 17, issue 8, pp. 618-628, 2017 12. Abstract2017_efficacy_and_toxicity_of_metronomic_chemotherapy_in_metastatic_breast_cancer-_egyptian_experience.pdf

BACKGROUND: Metronomic chemotherapy (MC) has shown efficacy in patients with metastatic breast cancer (MBC). We therefore tested the efficacy and toxicity of MC in pretreated MBC.

PATIENTS AND METHODS: This prospective phase II study included 50 patients with heavily pretreated MBC who received MC in the form of continuous oral cyclophosphamide 50 mg/day and oral methotrexate 2.5 mg twice per day on days 1 and 2 every week. The primary end point was progression-free survival (PFS), whereas the secondary end points were response rate, overall survival (OS), and safety.

RESULTS: Forty-eight patients were assessed. One patient achieved complete response and 10 patients had partial response, whereas 19 patients had stable disease. The median PFS was 5 months, whereas the median OS was 7 months. Patients with negative progesterone receptors, Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group performance status (PS) 1, achieving response, and those who developed leucopenia, neutropenia, and anemia had significant prolonged PFS, whereas patients with early stage at presentation, receiving < 5 previous treatment lines, achieving response, and experiencing anemia with MC had significant superior OS. In multivariate analysis, achieving response, PS 1, a longer time interval from initial diagnosis until starting MC, and anemia were independent prognostic factors for longer PFS. Initial stage at presentation, number of previous treatment lines, and response were independent prognostic factors for OS.

CONCLUSIONS: MC is an attractive treatment approach that is effective and less toxic. There are certain groups of patients who seem to benefit more, especially those who experienced toxicity with treatment. Larger trials are warranted to assess this approach early in the course of the disease and with other more active agents.

Hussein, M. M., R. M. Gafaar, N. M. Allahloubi, and A. M. AbdelWarith, "Toxicity can predict survival benefit of metronomic chemotherapy in metastatic breast cancer", ASCO, Chicago, 2 June, 2014.
Hussein, H. A., M. A. Rohaim, B. M. Ahmed, and E. - S. A.A, "Characterization of HPAI H5N1 with acute mortalities in Ostrich in Egypt.", 4th Oxford International Influenza Conference , Oxford- England, 2011.