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1984
Zayed, E. M., S. A. S. Ghozlan, and A. - A. H. Ibrahim, "Studies on 5-aminopyrazole derivatives synthesis of some new fused pyrazole derivatives", Monatshefte für Chemie Chemical Monthly, vol. 115, issue 4, pp. 431 - 436, 1984. AbstractWebsite
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Zayed, E. M., S. A. S. Ghozlan, and A. L. A. H. Ibrahim, "Synthesis of some new fused azdes from pyrazolo[1,5-c]-astriazine derivative", Pharmazie, vol. 39, issue 6, pp. 432 - 433, 1984. AbstractWebsite
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1985
Nassar, S., and S. Imam, "Agricultural price policy implications in Egypt", L'Égypte contemporaine, vol. 76, issue 399, pp. 13-37, 1985. Abstract
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Ismail, S. A., A. Abdel-Samed, A. M. N. El-Nakkadi, and Shallan M. A., "Biochemical studies on Egyptian marine algae.", Bull. Fac. Agric., Univ. Cairo, vol. 36, pp. 915–934, 1985. Abstract
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Shalaby, M. A., M. A. El-Sisi, O. E. Ismail, and A. I. Afaleque, "Isolation of pigeon herpes encephalomyelitis virus in Saudi Arabia", Veterinary research communications, vol. 9, no. 1: Springer, pp. 239–244, 1985. Abstract
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Kamar, G. A. R., A. M. El-Borady, M. A. M. Kicka, S. M. Riad, S. M. T. El-Tantawy, and F. A. A. Ibrahim, "Some factors affecting production and composition of milk in Giza White Rabbits", Egyptian Journal of Animal Production (Egypt), 1985. Abstract
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Kamar, G. A. R., A. M. El-Borady, M. A. M. Kicka, S. A. Riad, S. M. T. El-Tantawy, and F. A. A. Ibrahim, "Some Factors Affecting Production and Composition of Milk in Giza White Rabbits", Egypt. J. Anim. Prod., vol. 25, issue 2, pp. 207-217, 1985. Abstract
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Kamar, G. A. R., A. M. El-Borady, M. A. M. Kicka, S. A. Riad, S. M. T. El-Tantawy, and F. A. A. Ibrahim, "Some factors affecting production and composition of milk in Giza White Rabbits", Anim. Prod, vol. 25, issue 2, pp. 207-217, 1985. Abstract
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HK, M., O. S, S. UW, B. D, G. - W. H, D. I, R. HJ, and S. CG., "Treatment of hairy-cell leukemia with recombinant leukocyte A interferon.", Onkologie, 1985. AbstractWebsite
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Helmi, F. M., and N. Y. Iskander, "X-ray study, treatment, and conservation of Ramesses II's stove from the Egyptian museum, Cairo", Studies in Conservation, vol. 30, pp. 23-30, 1985.
Ibrahim, A. A., and G. M. Fahmy, "The significance of anatomical characters in the water economy of some desert plants", Annals of Agricultural Sciences, Moshtohor (Egypt), vol. 23, pp. 145-162, 1985. the_significance_of_anatomical_characters_in_.pdf
Abed, N. M., E. A. Hafez, N. S. Ibrahim, and M. E. Mustafa., "«Studies on 3,5-DiaminopyrazoIe Derivatives».", Monatsh. Chem., vol. 116, pp. 223, 1985.
Morcos, S. H., M. T. Khayyal, M. M. Mansour, S. Saleh, E. A. Ishak, N. I. Girgis, and M. A. Dunn, "Reversal of hepatic fibrosis after praziquantel therapy of murine schistosomiasis.", The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene, vol. 34, issue 2, pp. 314-21, 1985 Mar. Abstract

We examined the effect of parasitologic cure of S. mansoni infection on liver fibrosis in mice. Praziquantel, 250 mg/kg body weight, was administered orally to mice 8 weeks after infection with 50 S. mansoni cercariae. We assessed liver fibrosis by chemical measurement of collagen content as measured by the estimation of hydroxyproline and by histologic examination at the time of treatment, and at 10 and 20 weeks post-treatment, in comparison with the same measurements in untreated S. mansoni-infected mice and age-matched normal control mice. The extent of infection was monitored by liver egg counts. Compared to normal uninfected mice, mice with untreated S. mansoni infection showed steady accumulation of liver collagen at the 3 measurement periods, reaching an average level of 15-fold greater than that found in normal mice at 28 weeks after infection. Mice treated with praziquantel showed a prompt decrease in S. mansoni liver egg load with no viable eggs 10 weeks after treatment. Liver fibrosis was modestly diminished in treated mice compared to untreated controls 10 weeks after treatment; fibrosis was arrested and liver collagen content had diminished to normal levels by 20 weeks after treatment. No praziquantel toxicity was noted. The survival of treated mice was markedly greater than that of untreated infected animals. We conclude that parasitologic cure of murine S. mansoni infection is followed by arrest and eventual partial reversal of liver fibrosis under the conditions employed.

Morcos, S. H., M. T. Khayyal, M. M. Mansour, S. Saleh, E. A. Ishak, N. I. Girgis, and M. A. Dunn, "Reversal of hepatic fibrosis after praziquantel therapy of murine schistosomiasis.", The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene, vol. 34, issue 2, pp. 314-21, 1985 Mar. Abstract

We examined the effect of parasitologic cure of S. mansoni infection on liver fibrosis in mice. Praziquantel, 250 mg/kg body weight, was administered orally to mice 8 weeks after infection with 50 S. mansoni cercariae. We assessed liver fibrosis by chemical measurement of collagen content as measured by the estimation of hydroxyproline and by histologic examination at the time of treatment, and at 10 and 20 weeks post-treatment, in comparison with the same measurements in untreated S. mansoni-infected mice and age-matched normal control mice. The extent of infection was monitored by liver egg counts. Compared to normal uninfected mice, mice with untreated S. mansoni infection showed steady accumulation of liver collagen at the 3 measurement periods, reaching an average level of 15-fold greater than that found in normal mice at 28 weeks after infection. Mice treated with praziquantel showed a prompt decrease in S. mansoni liver egg load with no viable eggs 10 weeks after treatment. Liver fibrosis was modestly diminished in treated mice compared to untreated controls 10 weeks after treatment; fibrosis was arrested and liver collagen content had diminished to normal levels by 20 weeks after treatment. No praziquantel toxicity was noted. The survival of treated mice was markedly greater than that of untreated infected animals. We conclude that parasitologic cure of murine S. mansoni infection is followed by arrest and eventual partial reversal of liver fibrosis under the conditions employed.

Morcos, S. H., M. T. Khayyal, M. M. Mansour, S. Saleh, E. A. Ishak, N. I. Girgis, and M. A. Dunn, "Reversal of hepatic fibrosis after praziquantel therapy of murine schistosomiasis.", The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene, vol. 34, issue 2, pp. 314-21, 1985 Mar. Abstract

We examined the effect of parasitologic cure of S. mansoni infection on liver fibrosis in mice. Praziquantel, 250 mg/kg body weight, was administered orally to mice 8 weeks after infection with 50 S. mansoni cercariae. We assessed liver fibrosis by chemical measurement of collagen content as measured by the estimation of hydroxyproline and by histologic examination at the time of treatment, and at 10 and 20 weeks post-treatment, in comparison with the same measurements in untreated S. mansoni-infected mice and age-matched normal control mice. The extent of infection was monitored by liver egg counts. Compared to normal uninfected mice, mice with untreated S. mansoni infection showed steady accumulation of liver collagen at the 3 measurement periods, reaching an average level of 15-fold greater than that found in normal mice at 28 weeks after infection. Mice treated with praziquantel showed a prompt decrease in S. mansoni liver egg load with no viable eggs 10 weeks after treatment. Liver fibrosis was modestly diminished in treated mice compared to untreated controls 10 weeks after treatment; fibrosis was arrested and liver collagen content had diminished to normal levels by 20 weeks after treatment. No praziquantel toxicity was noted. The survival of treated mice was markedly greater than that of untreated infected animals. We conclude that parasitologic cure of murine S. mansoni infection is followed by arrest and eventual partial reversal of liver fibrosis under the conditions employed.

1986
IA Abd El Gawad, M Mahfouz, A. A. A. H. M., "The electrophoretic pattern of goat milk proteins during various periods of lactation", Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor.(Egypt), vol. 24, issue 3, pp. 1469, 1986. Abstract
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H, G. - W., K. K, S.? F, D. I, M. HK, E. C, S. - W. A, and S. UW., "Immune transfer studies in canine allogeneic marrow graft donor-recipient pairs.", Transplantation, 1986. AbstractWebsite
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Badawy, S. S., A. F. Shoukry, and Y. M. Issa, "Ionselective electrode for the determination of metoclopramide", Analyst, vol. 111, 1986. Abstract
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Ismail, A. L. I. G., and L., "TEA CO2 Laser Beam Absorption in Polyethylene", Infrared Physics, vol. 26, no. 4, pp. 263, 1986. Abstract
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Ismail, M., A. Faessler, and M. Trefz, "Test of proximity theorem for the nucleus-nucleus potential derived from a realistic NN force", Journal of Physics G: Nuclear Physics, vol. 12, no. 7, pp. L157-L159, 1986. AbstractWebsite

The authors investigate the proximity scaling for the nuclear part of the nucleus-nucleus potential derived from the collision of two infinite nuclear matters flowing through each other. It is found that the proximity theorem is satisfied to a good extent at each value of the projectile energy per nucleon. They simplify the interaction potential between different pairs of nuclei by the product of a geometrical factor, dependent on the radii of the interacting nuclei, and a gaussian distribution whose parameters depend on the projectile energy per nucleon.

Radwan, A.A., H. A. A., and M. A. M. Ibrahim., "Tomato cultivar evaluation for high temperature tolerance.", Egypt. J. Hort., vol. 13, pp. 154–151, 1986. Abstract
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Radwan, A.A., H. A. A., and M. A. M. Ibrahim., "Tomato cultivar evaluation for low temperature tolerance.", Egypt. J. Hort., vol. 13, pp. 139–144, 1986. Abstract
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Issa, Y. M., and M. ZAKY, "Use of hydrazine reduction in potentiometric determination of gold: Analysis of mixtures", Microchemical Journal, vol. 33, pp. 126–131, 1986. Abstract
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