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I A Abd El Gawad, A A Ali, R. M. F. A. A. M., "Effect cold-storage on some physico-chemical and microbiological properties of cow’s and buffaloe’s milk .", Bulletin of Faculty of Agriculture, University of Cairo, vol. 35, issue 1, pp. 347, 1984. Abstract
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I A Abd El Gawad, M M Metwally, M. E. A. M. S. M., "The hypocholesterolaemic effect of butter milk. II. The effect of butter milk and cholesterol in the diet milk on rats serum and hepatic lipids.", Egyptian J. Dairy Sci.,, vol. 16, pp. 185, 1988. Abstract
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I A Abd El Gawad, M M Metwally, M. E. L. S. A. E. E. M., "Effect of using different microbial ratio within the mixed cultures on Ras cheese-making from cow’s and buffaloe’s milk.", African J. of Agric. Sci.,, vol. 17, issue 1, pp. 12-24, 1990. Abstract
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I A Abd El-Gawad, A M Mehriz, F. A. S. E. M. R., "Bioavailability of Ca, P and Zn and bone mineralization in rats fed yoghurt and soy-yoghurt containing bifidobacteria(Poster)", IDF World Dairy Summit 2013(Rediscovering Milk), YOKOHAMA, JAPAN: International Dairy Fedration (IDF), 2013. Abstract
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I A Abd El-Gawad, A M Mehriz, F. A. S. E. M. R., "Bioavailability of Ca, P and Zn and bone mineralization in rats fed yoghurt and soy-yoghurt containing bifidobacteria", European Journal of Nutrition & Food Safety, vol. 4, issue 2: Sciencedomain internaional, pp. 110-126, 2014. Abstract
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I El Mahallawi, Othman A Othman, M. H. A. R. A. E. ‐F. A. H. T. S., "Understanding the Role of Nanodispersions on the Properties of A390 Hyper‐Eutectic Al‐Si Cast Alloy", Light Metals 2014: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., pp. 1359-1365, 2014. Abstract
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I Jadlovská, G. E. Chatzarakis, J. Džurina, and S. R. Grace, "Oscillation of third-order differential equations", Journal Not Specified, vol. 1: s Note: MDPI stays neu-tral with regard to jurisdictional claims in …, 2021. Abstract
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I., M. M., Clinical pediatrics for undergraduates, , Cairo, Elahram commercial press, 2013.
I., S., and K. M., "“Human Resources Development and The Structure Of Oil Economies: Critical Issues With Illustration From Kuwait", Research in Human Capital and Development, vol. 9, pp. Pages 49-78., 1996.
I., M. M., M. M. H, N. S. E., and G. A., Role of (Continuous glucose monitoring system) In optimizing glucose level in patients With type 1 diabetes mellitus, , Cairo, Cairo univerity, 2010. Abstract

Role of Continuous glucose monitoring system in optimizing glucose level in patient
With type 1 diabetes mellitus. M.M. Kanishy, N. Salah Eldein, M.M. Hassan and G.M. Anwar
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OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study is to assess the value of (CGMS) in detection of hypoglycemia, hyperglycemia and the possible role of (CGMS) in facilitating more optimum glucose control in children with type 1 diabetes mellitus.
PATIENTS AND METHODS: A total of 37 compliant children with type 1 diabetes for more than 1 year on intensive insulin therapy (age range 4 -22 years) were included in a non randomized non controlled interventional study for 6 month. The Continuous glucose monitoring system used was the MiniMed Meditronic CGMS gold system, the first model approved by FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and it was not real time CGMS. The CGMS reading were compared to that of SMBG (self monitoring of blood glucose) of at least 6 times a day during the period of study
RESULTS: The average number of hyperglycemic attacks detected by CGMS during the whole monitoring period was 11.7 ± 3, while the average number of hyperglycemic attacks detected by SMBG was 7 ± 2.4. CGMS based adjustment showed a reduction in the average number of hypoglycemic and hyperglycemic attacks with the P value (0.016) and (0.005) respectively. The average HbA1c was reduced significantly from 9.2 ± 1.2% before insulin dose adjustment to 7.8 ± 1.2 and 7.7 ± 1.3% at 3months and 6 months, respectively, after adjustment. The average cholesterol level at the onset was 177.3 ± 44 mg/dl. The cholesterol level was markedly reduced to average value of 161.1 ± 31 mg/dl after 6 months (P 0.000). The mean level of urinary microalbuminuria showed non-significant reduction in the level of urinary microalbuminuria 6 months after adjustment (P 0.112)
CONCLUSIONS: CGMS improved the rate of detection of hypoglycemic and hyperglycemic events. CGMS based adjustment showed marked improvement in glycemic control and in HBA1c values but not in the rates of microalbuminuria

I., Y., Assessment of Spatial Variability of some Alluvial Soil Properties in Egypt, , vol. 8, issue 11, pp. 627 - 634, 2017/11/01. AbstractWebsite

Soil spatial variation is very valuable in deciding the suitable cropping system and appropriate agricultural management of lands. This research paper was done to measure the spatial variation of some soil characteristics, in the western farm of Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo University, Giza province, Egypt. Soils of studied area were classified as Typic Torrifluvents. 100 samples of soil were gathered at depth of 35 cm during 2016. Sampling designee was done by a grid systematic sampling system, using GPS. Samples of soil were gathered at spacing of 30*30 m2. Some soil characteristics including EC, pH, CaCO3, Organic matter (OM), Particle density (Pd), Bulk density (Bd) and Porosity (P) were determined in laboratory. Descriptive statistical analyze were achieved to describe soil properties. Geostatistical procedures of semivariograms and krigingcoupled with a GIS were utilized to interpret the variability ad mapping of spatial distribution of soil characteristics. The coefficient of variation displayed that the chemical properties the soil were more fickle than the physical properties. Electrical conductivity was the most variable characteristic. Results explained that EC and pH had the maximum and the minimum spatial correlation respectively.

I., M. M., Pediatrics for undergraduates part 1, , Cairo, Elahram commercial press, 2014. 2-_genetics.pdf
I., M. M., pediatrics for undergraduates part 2 , , Cairo, Elahram commercial press, 2014. 6-_hepatology.pdf
I., E., "Exponentiated Modified Weibull Distribution", Economic Quality Control, vol. 26, issue 2, pp. 189–200, 2011. CU-PDF
I., A. M., E. L. G. M. Essam, S. H. El-Bably, N. A. Shaker, and S. H.H., "Morphological and Histological Studies on the Female Oviduct of Balady Duck (Anas boschas domesticus)", Int. J. Adv. Res. Biol. Sci., vol. 3, issue 7, pp. 171-180, 2016. Morphological and Histological Studies on the Female Oviduct of Balady Duck (Anas boschas domesticus)
I. A., A. E. G., M. M. M., M. A. M., and E. D. S. M., "The effect of butter milk and Cholesterol in the diet on rats serum and hepatic lipids", Egypt. J. Dairy Sci., vol. 16, pp. 185–190, 1988. Abstract
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I. A., A. E. G., A. E. F. A. M., and A. R. K. A., "Identification and Characterization of Dominant Lactic Acid Bacteria Isolated from Traditional Rayeb Milk in Egypt", Journal of American Science, vol. 6, no. 10, pp. 728, 2010. Abstract
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I. Battisha, H. H. Afify, G. A. F., and Y. Badr, "Physical Properties Of CdS and the Effect of Tin Additions Prepared by Spray Pyrolysis Technique", FIZIKA A, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 31–42, 2002. Abstract
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I.A. Abd EI-Gawad, A.A. Hefny, E. I. - S. S. E. M. F. A., "Preparation Technique of Soymilk-based yoghurt and it's Relation to Soybean Varieties and Anti-nutritional Factors (Poster)", 13th World Congress of Food Science & Technology ( Food is Life) ,Nantes, France: IUFoST, 2006. Abstract
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I.Ahmed, A.Badr, and M. A. Azim, "A COMPARATIVE STUDY FOR RHODOPSIN PROTEIN FOLDING PROBLEM", Journal of Computer Science, vol. 10, no. 10, pp. 1890–1899, 2014. AbstractWebsite

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I.Elbatal, L. S. Diab, and N. A. A. Alim, "Transmuted Generalized Linear Exponential Distribution.", International Journal of Computer Applications , vol. 83, issue 17, pp. 2, 2013. transmuted_generalized_linear_exponential.pdf
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