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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
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
Jeddi, Z., A. Khattab, E. Amini, and M. A. Bayoumi, "Redundant Bit Security in RFIDs: Architecture Design and Security Performance Evaluation", Journal of Circuits, Systems, and Computers (JCSC), vol. 26, issue 9, 2017.
a a Jehan M. Kamal a, *, S. M. Elshaikh, D. Nabil, and A. M. M., "The Perioperative Anesthetic challenge for Cytoreductive Surgery with Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy", Egyptian Journal of Anaesthesia, vol. 29, pp. 3011-308, 2013. hybic__chemoth.docx
Jem, J. K., S. Fateen, and J. Michaels, Mixing phenomena in industrial bioreactors with perfusion spin filters, : Butterworth Heinemann, Oxford, UK, 1994. Abstract
Jensen, M. K., and A. Nyfors, "Cytogenetic effect of methotrexate on human cells in vivo: Comparison between results obtained by chromosome studies on bone-marrow cells and blood lymphocytes and by the micronucleus test", Mutation Research/Environmental Mutagenesis and Related Subjects, vol. 64, issue 5: Elsevier, pp. 339-343, 1979. Abstract
Jeon, H. W., A. R. Park, M. Sung, N. Kim, M. Mannaa, G. Han, J. Kim, Y. Koo, and Y. - S. Seo, "Systemic Acquired Resistance-Mediated Control of Pine Wilt Disease by Foliar Application With Methyl Salicylate", Frontiers in Plant Scince, vol. 12, 2022.
Jeong, J. - J., H. Park, B. Park, M. Mannaa, M. K. Sang, I. - G. Choi, and K. D. Kim, "Draft genome sequence of a biocontrol rhizobacterium, Chryseobacterium kwangjuense strain KJ1R5, isolated from pepper (Capsicum annuum)", Genome announcements, vol. 4, issue 2: American Society for Microbiology, 2016. Abstract
Jeong, J. - J., H. Park, B. Park, M. Mannaa, M. K. Sang, I. - G. Choi, and K. D. Kim, "Draft genome sequence of a biocontrol rhizobacterium, Chryseobacterium kwangjuense strain KJ1R5, isolated from pepper (Capsicum annuum)", Genome announcements, vol. 4, issue 2: American Society for Microbiology (ASM), 2016. Abstract
Jeong, W. Y., J. S. Jin, Y. A. Cho, J. H. Lee, S. Park, S. W. Jeong, Y. - H. Kim, C. - S. Lim, A. A. M. El-Aty, G. - S. Kim, et al., "Determination of Polyphenols in Three Capsicum Annuum L", Journal of Separation Science, vol. 34, issue 21, pp. 2967-74, 2011. AbstractCU-PDF.pdf

A mixture of polyphenol components was isolated from the fruits of C. annuum L. cv. Cupra, C. annuum L. cv. Orange glory, and C. annuum L. cv. ST4712 (CLST), via 70% methanol extraction followed by column chromatography over silica gel. The polyphenol components of the mixture were analyzed via HPLC-MS/MS and compared with the reported data. Three cinnamic acid derivatives and five flavonoid components in the fruits of the three varieties were identified for the first time in this study. The antioxidant activity and anticancer effect of the polyphenol mixtures of the three fruits were determined. The antioxidant and anticancer activities of CLST were substantially higher than those of C. annuum L. cv. Cupra and C. annuum L. cv. Orange glory. The high activities of CLST were attributed to the much higher concentration of quercetin derivatives in CLST.

Jeong, D. H., H. K. Kim, A. Prince, D. S. Lee, Y. N. Kim, J. Han, and K. T. Kim, "Plasma proteomic analysis of patients with squamous cell carcinoma of the uterine cervix.", Journal of gynecologic oncology, vol. 19, issue 3, pp. 173-80, 2008 Sep. Abstractplasma_proteomic_analysis_of_patients_with_squamous_cell.pdf

OBJECTIVE: To compare plasma protein expression between patients with squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) of the cervix and normal controls.

METHODS: Plasma samples from patients with benign gynecological disease (normal cervix, n=6) and cervical cancer (SCC, n=6) were subjected to plasma proteomic analysis using two dimensional gel electrophoresis (2-DE) and matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectroscopy (MALDI-MS). Western blotting and immunoturbidimetric assay were performed to validate the results of 2-DE.

RESULTS: Eight proteins showed differential expression between controls and SCC patients; six (ceruloplasmin, complement C3, afamin precursor, alpha-1-B-glycoprotein, transferrin, alpha-fibrinogen precursor) were up-regulated, while two (chain A, crystal structure of antithrombin and apolipoprotein A-IV precursor) were down-regulated in the plasma of SCC patients. Western blotting analysis revealed significant elevation of ceruloplasmin, complement C3, afamin, and alpha-1-B-glycoprotein in the plasma of SCC patients in comparison to controls. Immunoturbidimetric assay of a larger group confirmed the results of 2-DE and Western blotting, and showed that ceruloplasmin and complement C3 were significantly elevated in the plasma of SCC patients in comparison with controls and patients with carcinoma in situ (CIS) of the uterine cervix.

CONCLUSION: Plasma protein expression determined using 2-DE and MALDI-MS will give a chance to identify tumor-specific biomarkers for SCC of the cervix.

Jeong, J. - J., B. Park, J. Y. Oh, M. Mannaa, Y. J. Kim, J. K. Hong, I. - G. Choi, and K. D. Kim, "Draft genome sequences of Chryseobacterium artocarpi UTM-3T and Chryseobacterium contaminans C26T, isolated from rhizospheres, and Chryseobacterium arthrosphaerae CC-VM-7T, isolated from the feces of a pill millipede", Genome announcements, vol. 4, issue 5: American Society for Microbiology, 2016. Abstract
Jeong, J. - J., B. Park, J. Y. Oh, M. Mannaa, Y. J. Kim, J. K. Hong, I. - G. Choi, and K. D. Kim, "Draft genome sequences of Chryseobacterium artocarpi UTM-3T and Chryseobacterium contaminans C26T, isolated from rhizospheres, and Chryseobacterium arthrosphaerae CC-VM-7T, isolated from the feces of a pill millipede", Genome announcements, vol. 4, issue 5: American Society for Microbiology (ASM), 2016. Abstract
Jeppesen, H., R. Kanungo, B. Abu-Ibrahim, S. Adhikari, and et al, "One-and two-proton removal from 15O", Nuclear Physics A, vol. 739 , pp. 57, 2004. AbstractWebsite

Measurement of the longitudinal momentum distribution for one- and two-proton removal fragments from 15O at 56 A MeV on a Be target are reported. The data is described by pure 1p1/2 orbital occupancy of the valence protons, thus demonstrating the applicability of the Glauber model analysis for near-stable nuclei.

Jeremic, B., V. Vanderpuye, S. Abdel-Wahab, P. Gaye, L. Kochbati, M. Diwani, P. Emwula, B. Oro, K. Lishimpi, J. Kigula-Mugambe, et al., "Patterns of practice in palliative radiotherapy in Africa - case revisited.", Clinical oncology (Royal College of Radiologists (Great Britain)), vol. 26, issue 6, pp. 333-43, 2014 Jun. Abstract

AIMS: To investigate patterns of practice in palliative radiotherapy in Africa.

MATERIALS AND METHODS: Fifteen centres in Africa provided detailed information about radiotherapy in both metastatic and locally advanced disease via a questionnaire. Information included general information (institution status, equipment, staff, patient number), radiotherapy and other treatment characteristics in bone metastasis, brain metastasis, metastatic spinal cord compression, lung and liver metastasis, as well as locally advanced tumours.

RESULTS: The number of patients annually seen/treated ranged from 285 to 5000. Breast, cervix, head and neck, gastrointestinal and prostate cancer were the top five cancers overall. Eight (53%) institutions were without linear accelerators, four (27%) had a single one, whereas one institution each had two, three and four linear accelerators. The number of cobalt machines ranged from 0 to 2 (median 1). Most centres still prefer to use fractionated radiotherapy regimens over single-fraction regimens in bone metastasis, although most centres are now using single-fraction radiotherapy in retreatments. Radiotherapy in brain metastasis and metastatic spinal cord compression mostly conform to worldwide standards. Lung and liver metastases are rarely irradiated, largely as a consequence of the lack of modern radiotherapy technology. Locally advanced disease in various tumour sites was mostly palliated, in agreement with current evidence-based practices.

CONCLUSIONS: African countries still lack adequate staffing and equipment to adequately address their clinical burden, being palliative in most cases. Emphasis should also be made on more rationally using existing capacities by using more of the single-fraction radiotherapy regimens, especially in bone metastasis.

Jha, S., D. Suyanto, S. Yehia, G. M. Julian, R. A. Dunlap, A. Lahamer, S. - W. Cheong, Z. Fisk, and J. D. Thompson, "Mössbauer studies of 57 Co-doped layered perovskites", Hyperfine Interactions, vol. 55, no. 1: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 1323–1326, 1990. Abstract
Jha, S. K., A. K. Yadav, P. Gaur, and J. P. R. Gupts, "Robust Stability Analysis of DC Servo Motor for Attitude Control of Aircraft using Arguon's Theorem", Journal of Control Engineering and Technology (JCET), vol. 04, issue 02, pp. 127-134, 2014. robust_stability_analysis_of_dc_motor_for_aircraft_using_Argoun's_theorem.pdf
Jhaveri, R., M. Hashem, S. S. El-Kamary, D. 'aA. Saleh, S. A. Sharaf, F. El-Mougy, L. Abdelsalam, M. Ehab, and H. El-Ghazaly, "Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Vertical Transmission in 12-Month-Old Infants Born to HCV-Infected Women and Assessment of Maternal Risk Factors.", Open forum infectious diseases, vol. 2, issue 2, pp. ofv089, 2015 Apr. Abstract

Background.  Hepatitis C virus (HCV) is an underappreciated cause of pediatric liver disease, most frequently acquired by vertical transmission (VT). Current guidelines that include the option of screening infants for HCV RNA at 1-2 months are based on data prior to current real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-based testing. Previous studies have demonstrated VT rates of 4%-15% and an association with high maternal viral load. We evaluated HCV RNA in infants with HCV VT and assessed maternal risk factors in a prospective cohort in Cairo, Egypt. Methods.  Pregnant women were screened for HCV from December 2012 to March 2014. For those with HCV viremia, their infants were tested at 12 months for HCV RNA using real-time PCR. Maternal risk factors assessed for HCV VT association included HCV RNA levels, mode of delivery, and maternal IL28B genotype. Results.  Of 2514 women screened, a total of 54 women were viremic (2.1%) and delivered 56 infants. Of those, 51 infants of 49 women were tested at 12 months of age. Only 7 infants were viremic, with an HCV VT rate of 14.3% (7 of 49). Median HCV RNA in the infants was 2100 IU/mL. None of the maternal risk factors analyzed were associated with transmission. Conclusions.  In Egypt where HCV is highly endemic, we observed an overall 12-month HCV VT rate of 14.3%. Further studies should focus on better identification of pregnant women more likely to vertically transmit HCV and earlier testing of infants to identify those likely to develop chronicity.

Jiang, S., H. A. K. El-Senousey, Q. Fan, X. Lin, Z. Gou, L. Li, Y. Wang, A. M. Fouad, and Z. Jiang, "Effects of dietary threonine supplementation on productivity and expression of genes related to protein deposition and amino acid transportation in breeder hens of yellow-feathered chicken and their offspring", Poultry science, vol. 98, pp. 6826–6836, 2019.
Jiao, W. - H., P. Dewapriya, O. S. A. M. A. MOHAMED, Z. G. Khalil, A. A. Salim, H. - W. Lin, and R. J. Capon, "Divirensols: sesquiterpene dimers from the Australian termite nest-derived fungus Trichoderma virens CMB-TN16", Journal of natural products, vol. 82, issue 1: American Chemical Society and American Society of Pharmacognosy, pp. 87-95, 2018. Abstract
Jim, E., S. Chamorro, M. Frikha, H. M. Safaa1, R. Lazaro, and G. G. Mateos, "Effects of Increasing Levels of Pea Hulls in The Diet on Productive Performance, Development of The Gastrointestinal Tract, and Nutrient Retention of Broilers From one to Eighteen Days of Age", Animal Feed Science and Technology, 2011. Abstract

The effects of inclusion of pea hulls (PH) in the diet on growth performance, development of the gastrointestinal tract and nutrient retention were studied in broilers from 1 to 18 d of age. There were a control diet based on low fibre ingredients (69.3 total dietary fibre (16.1 g crude fibre/kg)) and three additional diets that resulted from the dilution of the basal diet with 25, 50 and 75 g PH/kg (81.2, 93.2, and 105.1 g total dietary fibre/kg diet, respectively). Each treatment was replicated six times and the experimental unit was a cage with 12 chicks. Growth performance, development of the gastrointestinal tract and the coefficients of total tract apparent retention (CTTAR) of nutrients were recorded at 6, 12 and 18 d of age. In addition, jejunal morphology was measured at 12 and 18 d and the coefficients of apparent ileal digestibility (CAID) of nutrients at 18 d of age. Pea hulls inclusion affected all the parameters studied.