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Jang, H., M. Elaish, M. Kc, M. C. Abundo, A. Ghorbani, J. M. Ngunjiri, and C. W. Lee, "Efficacy and synergy of live-attenuated and inactivated influenza vaccines in young chickens", PLoS One, vol. 13, no. 4, pp. e0195285, 2018. AbstractWebsite
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Jang, H., M. Elaish, K. C. Mahesh, M. C. Abundo, A. Ghorbani, J. M. Ngunjiri, and C. - W. Lee, "Efficacy and synergy of live-attenuated and inactivated influenza vaccines in young chickens", PloS one, vol. 13, issue 4: Public Library of Science, 2018. Abstract
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Jang, J., S. Bellm, S. Roujol, T. A. Basha, M. Nezafat, S. Kato, S. Weingärtner, and R. Nezafat, "Comparison of spoiled gradient echo and steady‐state free‐precession imaging for native myocardial T1 mapping using the slice‐interleaved T1 mapping (STONE) sequence", NMR in Biomedicine, vol. 29, issue 10, pp. 1486-1496, 2016. Abstract
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Jang, H., M. Elaish, M. Kc, M. C. Abundo, A. Ghorbani, J. M. Ngunjiri, and C. W. Lee, "Efficacy and synergy of live-attenuated and inactivated influenza vaccines in young chickens", PLoS One, vol. 13, no. 4, pp. e0195285, 2018. AbstractWebsite
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Jang, H., Y. K. Jackson, J. B. Daniels, A. Ali, K. I. Kang, M. Elaish, and C. W. Lee, "Seroprevalence of three influenza A viruses (H1N1, H3N2, and H3N8) in pet dogs presented to veterinary hospital in Ohio", J Vet Sci, 2016. AbstractWebsite

The prevalence of canine H3N8 influenza, and human H1N1 and H3N2 influenza in dogs in Ohio was estimated by conducting serologic tests on 1,082 canine serum samples; risk factors, such as health status and age were examined. The prevalence of human H1N1, H3N2, and canine H3N8 were 4.0%, 2.4% and 2.3%, respectively, and two samples were seropositive to two subtypes (H1N1 and H3N2; H1N1 and canine influenza virus (CIV) H3N8). Dogs with respiratory signs were 5.795 times more likely to be seropositive against human H1N1 virus than healthy dogs (p-value=0.042). The prevalence of human flu infection increased in accordance with the increase in age and varied by the serum collection month. A commercial ELISA used in this study could not detect nucleoprotein specific antibodies from many HI positive sera, which indicates the need for the development and validation of rapid tests for influenza screening in canine population. In summary, we confirmed low exposure of dogs to CIV and human influenza viruses in Ohio. We identified potential risk factors involved for consideration in future investigations. Our findings also support the need for establishment of reliable diagnostic standards for serologic detection of influenza infection in canine species.

Jang, J., S. Roujol, S. Weingärtner, T. A. Basha, S. Berg, W. J. Manning, and R. Nezafat, "Reproducibility of free-breathing multi-slice native myocardial T 1 mapping using the slice-interleaved T 1 (STONE) sequence", Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance, vol. 17, no. 1: BioMed Central, pp. W29, 2015. Abstract
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Jang, H., Y. K. Jackson, J. B. Daniels, A. Ali, K. -il Kang, M. Elaish, and C. - W. Lee, Seroprevalence of three influenza A viruses (H1N1, H3N2, and H3N8) in pet dogs presented to a veterinary hospital in Ohio, , vol. 18, issue Suppl 1: The Korean Society of Veterinary Science, pp. 291, 2017. Abstract
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Jang, H., Y. K. Jackson, J. B. Daniels, A. Ali, K. I. Kang, M. Elaish, and C. W. Lee, "Seroprevalence of three influenza A viruses (H1N1, H3N2, and H3N8) in pet dogs presented to a veterinary hospital in Ohio", J Vet Sci, vol. 18, no. S1, pp. 291-298, 2017. AbstractWebsite
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Jang, J., S. Roujol, T. A. Basha, S. Kato, S. Berg, W. J. Manning, and R. Nezafat, "Evaluation of a free-breathing myocardial T 1 mapping using magnetization-prepared slice interleaved spoiled gradient echo imaging in patient", Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance, vol. 17, issue 1: BioMed Central, pp. 1, 2015. Abstract
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Jang, H., Y. K. Jackson, J. B. Daniels, A. Ali, K. I. Kang, M. Elaish, and C. W. Lee, "Seroprevalence of three influenza A viruses (H1N1, H3N2, and H3N8) in pet dogs presented to a veterinary hospital in Ohio", J Vet Sci, vol. 18, issue S1, pp. 291-298, 2017. AbstractWebsite

The prevalence of canine H3N8 influenza and human H1N1 and H3N2 influenza in dogs in Ohio was estimated by conducting serologic tests on 1,082 canine serum samples. In addition, risk factors, such as health status and age were examined. The prevalences of human H1N1, H3N2, and canine H3N8 influenzas were 4.0%, 2.4%, and 2.3%, respectively. Two samples were seropositive for two subtypes (H1N1 and H3N2; H1N1 and canine influenza virus [CIV] H3N8). Compared to healthy dogs, dogs with respiratory signs were 5.795 times more likely to be seropositive against H1N1 virus (p = 0.042). The prevalence of human flu infection increased with dog age and varied by serum collection month. The commercial enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay used in this study did not detect nucleoprotein-specific antibodies from many hemagglutination inhibition positive sera, which indicates a need for the development and validation of rapid tests for influenza screening in canine populations. In summary, we observed low exposure of dogs to CIV and human influenza viruses in Ohio but identified potential risk factors for consideration in future investigations. Our findings support the need for establishment of reliable diagnostic standards for serologic detection of influenza infection in canine species.

Janhangeer, M. I., G. Youssef, W. El Naggar, and D. El Remisy, "Subtle right ventricular dysfunction in asymptomatic chronic heavy cigarette smokers: a speckle tracking case-control study.", The Egyptian heart journal : (EHJ) : official bulletin of the Egyptian Society of Cardiology, vol. 73, issue 1, pp. 25, 2021. Abstractsubtle_rv_dysfunction.pdf

BACKGROUND: Chronic heavy cigarette smoking can affect the right ventriclular function. The standard echocardiography may not show early right ventricular functional changes, and a more sensitive measure is needed. The aim of this work was to evaluate the subtle subclinical effects of chronic heavy cigarette smoking on the right ventricular function. The study included 55 healthy asymptomatic chronic heavy cigarette smokers (smoking history of at least 5 pack-years and a daily cigarette consumption of at least 1 pack) and 35 healthy non-smoking control subjects. Patients underwent a full clinical assessment and a conventional as well as a 2D-speckle tracking transthoracic echocardiography of the right ventricle and data was compared between the 2 groups.

RESULTS: The mean age was 32.9 ± 7.2 years in smokers and 30.9 ± 7.9 years in non-smokers (p = 0.227). The 2 groups showed comparable conventional right ventricular systolic and diastolic functions. Smokers showed a significantly lower (less negative) right ventricular global longitudinal strain (- 19.0 ± 3.2% vs. - 24.5 ± 3.5%, p < 0.001). Patients with a higher daily cigarette consumption showed a poorer right ventricular global longitudinal strain (p = 0.014).

CONCLUSION: Chronic heavy cigarette smoking can adversely affect the right ventricular function, a finding that can be easily missed by conventional echocardiography and can be better detected by the right ventricular speckle tracking.

Janowski, D., D. Salilew-Wondim, H. Torner, D. Tesfaye, N. Ghanem, W. Tomek, A. El-Sayed, K. Schellander, and M. Hölker, "Incidence of apoptosis and transcript abundance in bovine follicular cells is associated with the quality of the enclosed oocyte", Theriogenology, vol. 78, issue 3: Elsevier, pp. 656-669. e5, 2012. Abstract
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Janowski, D., D. Salilew-Wondim, H. Torner, D. Tesfaye, N. Ghanem, W. Tomek, A. El-Sayed, K. Schellander, and M. Hölker, "Incidence of apoptosis and transcript abundance in bovine follicular cells is associated with the quality of the enclosed oocyte", Theriogenology, vol. 78, issue 3: Elsevier, pp. 656-669. e5, 2012. Abstract
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Jaradat, M., and et al, "Orthodontic considerations for traumatized permanent teeth: A review article.(Prof. Emad Daif was a peer reviewer for this article).", British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, vol. 15, issue 9, pp. 1-8, 2016.
Jaramh, R., T. Saleh, S. Khattab, and I. Farag, "Detecting Arabic spam web pages using content analysis", International Journal of Reviews in Computing, vol. 6, pp. 1–8, 2011. Abstract

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Jarota, A., E. Pastorczak, W. Tawfik, B. Xue, R. Kania, H. Abramczyk, and T. Kobayashi, "Exploring the ultrafast dynamics of a diarylethene derivative using sub-10 fs laser pulses", Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, vol. 21, no. 1: Royal Society of Chemistry, pp. 192-204, 2019. AbstractWebsite

A diarylethene derivative, 1,2-bis(2,4-dimethyl-5-phenyl-3-thienyl)perfluorocyclopentene (DMP), is a photoswitch molecule utilizing a reversible aromatic ring-opening reaction. The quantum yield of the ring-opening reaction is however remarkably low. We investigate the origin of this behaviour by means of ultrafast transient absorption spectroscopy utilizing sub-10 fs pulses, which is an invaluable tool for simultaneously studying both the electronic and the vibrational molecular dynamics. Namely, a noncollinear optical parametric amplifier (NOPA) generating sub-10 fs pulses in the spectral range 605-750 nm is employed. The transient absorption signal is modulated by several vibrational modes, which are compared with experimental and computational Raman spectra and then assigned to the ground or excited electronic state. We observe that the most pronounced vibrational mode-the ethylenic stretching mode at a frequency of 1501 cm-1-exhibits instantaneous frequency and amplitude modulation. The observed modulations occur due to weak coupling with another 1431 cm-1 stretching mode mediated by a vibrational mode of low frequency, i.e. around 60 cm-1. Fast internal conversion S1 → S0 originates in a relaxation through a conical intersection (found by density-functional theory computations), facilitated by the two aforementioned stretching modes. © 2019 the Owner Societies.

Jarota, A., E. Pastorczak, W. Tawfik, B. Xue, R. Kania, H. Abramczyk, and T. Kobayashi, "Exploring the ultrafast dynamics of a diarylethene derivative using sub-10 fs laser pulses", Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, vol. 21, issue 1: Royal Society of Chemistry, pp. 192-204, 2019. Abstract
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Jarota, A., E. Pastorczak, W. Tawfik, B. Xue, R. Kania, H. Abramczyk, and T. Kobayashi, "Exploring the ultrafast dynamics of a diarylethene derivative using sub-10 fs laser pulses", Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, vol. 21, no. 1: Royal Society of Chemistry, pp. 192–204, 2019. Abstract
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Jarret, R. L., L. C. Merrick, T. Holms, J. Evans, and M. K. Aradhya, "Simple sequence repeats in watermelon (Citrullus lanatus (Thunb.) Matsum. &Nakai)", Genome, vol. 40, no. 4: NRC Research Press, pp. 433–441, 1997. Abstract
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Jasass, R. S., F. Alshehrei, and T. A. Farghaly, "Microwave-Assisted Synthesis of Antimicrobial Agents Containing Carbazole and Thiazole Moieties", Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry, vol. 55, pp. 2099-2106, 2018.
JasbirSingh, C. Singh, D. Kaur, S. BindraNarang, R. B. Jotania, and E. Ateia, "Development of doped BaeSr hexagonal ferrites for microwave absorber applications: Structural characterization, tunable thickness, absorption peaks and electromagnetic parameters", Journal of Alloys and Compounds, vol. 855, 2021.
Javid, A., N. Raza, and M. S. Osman, "Multi-solitons of Thermophoretic Motion Equation Depicting the Wrinkle Propagation in Substrate-Supported Graphene Sheets", Communications in Theoretical Physics, vol. 71, issue 4, pp. 362-366, 2019.
Jawad, A. A., H. N. Ayyez, and S. F. Kleaf, "Sequencing and phylogeny of sulphonamide resistant genes by using MEGA6 software program", International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, vol. 9, no. SPL1, 2018. Abstract
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Jazieh, A. - R., H. A. Azim, J. McClure, and M. Jahanzeb, The Process of NCCN Guidelines™ Adaptation to the Middle East and North Africa Region, , vol. 8, issue Suppl_3: Harborside Press, LLC, pp. S - 5, 2010. Abstract
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