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an Jakeen El Jakee, Diaa El Din Gad Khelfa, M. M. E. - S. A. A. S. S. M. J. H. Z. M., " Multiplex PCR-based detection of Salmonella typhimurium and Salmonella enteritidis in Specific Pathogen Free (SPF) and Commercial Eggs. ", Clin Microbiol 2016 April, 5:2., 2016.
Safaa, H. M., M. P. Serrano, D. G. Valencia, X. Arbe, E. Jiménez-Moreno, R. Lázafo, G. G. Mateos, 霍艳军, and 雷蕾, "日粮中蛋氨酸, 亚油酸和脂肪添加水平对伊莎褐蛋鸡产蛋后期生产性能和蛋品质的影响", 饲料与畜牧: 新饲料, no. 9, pp. 58–58, 2008. Abstract
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Safaa, H. M., M. P. Serrano, D. G. Valencia, X. Arbe, E. Jiménez-Moreno, R. Lázafo, G. G. Mateos, 霍艳军, and 雷蕾, "日粮中蛋氨酸, 亚油酸和脂肪添加水平对伊莎褐蛋鸡产蛋后期生产性能和蛋品质的影响", 饲料与畜牧: 新饲料, no. 9, pp. 58–58, 2008. Abstract
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Mahdi, A. E., and H. A. P. K. 2 N. V. 1 1 and Jelena Krstic, 1 Ali Abdallah, “The role of farmed fish in the diets of the resource-poor in Egypt”; (2015); , , Penang, Malysia, Worldfish, 2015.
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Hayes-Roth, F., and N. Jacobstein, "The {State} of {Knowledge} {Based} {Systems}", Communications of the ACM, vol. 37, pp. 27–39, 1994. Abstract
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Alexander, C., M. Silverstein, M. Jacobson, I. Fiksdahl-King, and S. Angel, A {Pattern} {Language}: {Town}, buildings, construction, , New York, Oxford University Press, 1977. Abstract
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Johnson, L., and G. H. Galal, "{KBS} methodologies: principles and misconceptions", Systems Research and Information Science, vol. 6, pp. 69–69, 1993. Abstract
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Johnson, L., and G. H. Galal, "{KBS} methodologies: principles and misconceptions", Systems Research and Information Science, vol. 6, pp. 69–69, 1993. Abstract
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Saleh, A. M., S. Selim, S. A. Jaouni, and H. AbdElgawad, "{CO2 enrichment can enhance the nutritional and health benefits of parsley ( Petroselinum crispum L.) and dill ( Anethum graveolens L.)}", Food Chemistry, vol. 269, no. February: Elsevier, pp. 519–526, 2018. AbstractWebsite
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Ammar, M. E., X. Ruan, E. G. R. Davies, M. Dyck, S. Jeffrey, F. Qiu, and J. Unterschultz, {Challenges and Opportunities Associated With Expanding the Irrigation Sector in Southern Alberta}, , no. 1, Edmonton, AB, University of Alberta, pp. 44, 2014. Abstract
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-, N. E., and H. V. Jagadish, "{BPI:} {XML} query evaluation using bitmapped path indices", Proceedings of the 2009 {EDBT/ICDT} Workshops, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, March 22, 2009, pp. 55–64, 2009. Abstract
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-, N. E., and H. V. Jagadish, "{BPI-TWIG:} {XML} Twig Query Evaluation", Database and {XML} Technologies, 6th International {XML} Database Symposium, XSym 2009, Lyon, France, August 24, 2009. Proceedings, pp. 17–24, 2009. Abstract
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Ahmed, M. N., E. E. Hemayed, D. E. Jansing, and A. A. Farag, "``Surface reconstruction from serial cross-sections,''", Proceedings from the IEEE Aerospace Applications conference, Colorado, 1996. Abstract
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Ahmed, M. N., E. E. Hemayed, D. E. Jansing, and A. A. Farag, "``Surface reconstruction from serial cross-sections,''", Proceedings from the IEEE Aerospace Applications conference, Colorado, 1996. Abstract
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DW, B., Q. K, M. HK, S. HG, K. J, G. U, G. - W. H, Q. U, and S. UW., "[Maintenance of remission in acute myeloid leukemia by allogeneic or autologous bone marrow transplantation].", Dtsch Med Wochenschr, 1991. AbstractWebsite
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Moussa, I. M., J. E. jakee, M. Beder, and et al, "Zoonotic risk and public health hazards of companion animals in the transmission of Helicobacter species", Journal of King Saud University – Science, vol. 33, pp. 1-5, 2021.
Kaestner, L., M. Cesson, K. Kassab, T. Christensen, P. D. Edminson, M. J. Cook, I. Chambrier, and G. Jori, "Zinc octa-n-alkyl phthalocyanines in photodynamic therapy: photophysical properties, accumulation and apoptosis in cell cultures, studies in erythrocytes and topical application to Balb/c mice skin", Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences, vol. 2, no. 6: Royal Society of Chemistry, pp. 660–667, 2003. Abstract
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Johnson, P. C., H. Ammar, W. Zohdy, R. Fouda, and R. Govindu, "Yield of diagnostic tests and its impact on cost in adult patients with syncope presenting to a community hospital.", Southern medical journal, vol. 107, issue 11, pp. 707-14, 2014 Nov. Abstract

OBJECTIVES: Total annual costs for syncope-related hospitalizations were $2.4 billion in 2000. The aim of this study was to examine the type and number of tests ordered for patients admitted with syncope and whether these tests helped establish the cause.

METHODS: We studied the records of 1038 patients coded as "syncope" in billing records, and 167 fulfilled the eligibility criteria. The main outcome measures were the diagnostic yield of the ordered tests, the incremental cost/incremental benefit, and the number of admissions that can be averted if risk stratification were used in the evaluation.

RESULTS: The etiology of the syncope was identified in 48.3% of the patients. Postural blood pressure measurement has the highest diagnostic yield at 58.7%, whereas history taking diagnosed 19.7% of cases. The diagnostic yields of telemetry, electrocardiogram, radionuclide stress test, echocardiography, and troponin measurement were 4.76%, 4.24%, 3.44%, 0.94%, and 0.62%, respectively. Chest x-ray, carotid ultrasonography, 24-hour Holter monitoring, brain computed tomography, and brain magnetic resonance imaging did not yield the diagnosis in any of the patients. Only 1.9% of the money spent in the evaluation of syncope was effective in leading to a definitive diagnosis. The orthostatic blood pressure measurement was ranked first in the incremental cost/incremental benefit ratio and the radionuclide stress test was ranked last (17.03 vs 42,369.0, respectively). Approximately 6% of the patients did not meet the admission criteria.

CONCLUSIONS: Physicians ordered unnecessary tests that have a low yield and are not cost-effective. A standardized algorithmic approach should be the cornerstone in the evaluation of syncope.

Johnson, P. C., H. Ammar, W. Zohdy, R. Fouda, and R. Govindu, "Yield of diagnostic tests and its impact on cost in adult patients with syncope presenting to a community hospital.", Southern medical journal, vol. 107, issue 11, pp. 707-14, 2014 Nov. Abstract

OBJECTIVES: Total annual costs for syncope-related hospitalizations were $2.4 billion in 2000. The aim of this study was to examine the type and number of tests ordered for patients admitted with syncope and whether these tests helped establish the cause.

METHODS: We studied the records of 1038 patients coded as "syncope" in billing records, and 167 fulfilled the eligibility criteria. The main outcome measures were the diagnostic yield of the ordered tests, the incremental cost/incremental benefit, and the number of admissions that can be averted if risk stratification were used in the evaluation.

RESULTS: The etiology of the syncope was identified in 48.3% of the patients. Postural blood pressure measurement has the highest diagnostic yield at 58.7%, whereas history taking diagnosed 19.7% of cases. The diagnostic yields of telemetry, electrocardiogram, radionuclide stress test, echocardiography, and troponin measurement were 4.76%, 4.24%, 3.44%, 0.94%, and 0.62%, respectively. Chest x-ray, carotid ultrasonography, 24-hour Holter monitoring, brain computed tomography, and brain magnetic resonance imaging did not yield the diagnosis in any of the patients. Only 1.9% of the money spent in the evaluation of syncope was effective in leading to a definitive diagnosis. The orthostatic blood pressure measurement was ranked first in the incremental cost/incremental benefit ratio and the radionuclide stress test was ranked last (17.03 vs 42,369.0, respectively). Approximately 6% of the patients did not meet the admission criteria.

CONCLUSIONS: Physicians ordered unnecessary tests that have a low yield and are not cost-effective. A standardized algorithmic approach should be the cornerstone in the evaluation of syncope.

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Ali, M. M., K. Jeddi, M. S. Attia, S. M. Elsayed, M. Yusuf, M. S. Osman, M. H. Soliman, and K. Hessini, "Wuxal amino (Bio stimulant) improved growth and physiological performance of tomato plants under salinity stress through adaptive mechanisms and antioxidant potential", Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences, vol. 28, issue 6, pp. 3204 - 3213, 2021. Abstract
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Brockington, I., P. Chandra, H. Dubowitz, D. Jones, S. Moussa, J. Nakku, and I. Q. Ferre, "Wpa Guidance on the Protection and Promotion of Mental Health in Children of Persons with Severe Mental Disorders", World Psychiatry, 2011. Abstract

This guidance details the needs of children, and the qualities of parenting that meet those needs. Parental mental disorders can damage the foetus during pregnancy through the action of drugs, prescribed or abused. Pregnancy and the puerperium can exacerbate or initiate mental illness in susceptible women. After their birth, the children may suffer from the social disadvantage associated with severe mental illness. The parents (depending on the disorder, its severity and its persistence) may have intermittent or prolonged difficulties with parenting, which may sometimes result in childhood psychological disturbance or child maltreatment. This guidance considers ways of preventing, minimizing and remedying these effects. Our recommendations include: education of psychiatrists and related professions about the effect of parental mental illness on children; revision of psychiatric training to increase awareness of patients as caregivers, and to incorporate relevant assessment and intervention into their treatment and rehabilitation; the optimum use of pharmacological treatment during pregnancy; prebirth planning when women with severe mental illness become pregnant; development of specialist services for pregnant and puerperal women, with assessment of their efficacy; community support for parenting by mothers and fathers with severe mental disorders; standards of good practice for the management of child maltreatment when parents suffer from mental illness; the importance of multi-disciplinary teamwork when helping these families, supporting their children and ensuring child protection; the development of child and adolescent mental health services worldwide.

Brockington, I., P. Chandra, H. Dubowitz, D. Jones, S. Moussa, J. Nakku, and I. Quadros Ferre, "WPA guidance on the protection and promotion of mental health in children of persons with severe mental disorders", World Psychiatry, vol. 10, issue 2, pp. 93 - 102, 2011. Abstract

This guidance details the needs of children, and the qualities of parenting that meet those needs. Parental mental disorders can damage the foetus during pregnancy through the action of drugs, prescribed or abused. Pregnancy and the puerperium can exacerbate or initiate mental illness in susceptible women. After their birth, the children may suffer from the social disadvantage associated with severe mental illness. The parents (depending on the disorder, its severity and its persistence) may have intermittent or prolonged difficulties with parenting, which may sometimes result in childhood psychological disturbance or child maltreatment. This guidance considers ways of preventing, minimizing and remedying these effects. Our recommendations include: education of psychiatrists and related professions about the effect of parental mental illness on children; revision of psychiatric training to increase awareness of patients as caregivers, and to incorporate relevant assessment and intervention into their treatment and rehabilitation; the optimum use of pharmacological treatment during pregnancy; pre-birth planning when women with severe mental illness become pregnant; development of specialist services for pregnant and puerperal women, with assessment of their efficacy; community support for parenting by mothers and fathers with severe mental disorders; standards
of good practice for the management of child maltreatment when parents suffer from mental illness; the importance of multi-disciplinary teamwork when helping these families, supporting their children and ensuring child protection; the development of child and adolescent mental health services worldwide.
Key words: Parenting, severe mental illness, mother-infant relationship, substance abuse, childhood mental disorders, child maltreatment, child and adolescent mental health services
(World Psychiatry 2011;10:93-102)
PMID: 21633678 [PubMed] Free PMC Article

Bashandy, H., S. Jalkanen, and T. H. Teeri, "Within leaf variation is the largest source of variation in agroinfiltration of Nicotiana benthamiana.", Plant methods, vol. 11, pp. 47, 2015. Abstract

BACKGROUND: Transient gene expression utilizing syringe agroinfiltration offers a simple and efficient technique for different transgenic applications. Leaves of Nicotiana benthamiana show reliable and high transformation efficiency, but in quantitative assays also a certain degree of variation. We used a nested design in our agroinfiltration experiments to dissect the sources of this variation.

RESULTS: An intron containing firefly luciferase gene was used as a reporter for agroinfiltration. A number of 6 week old tobacco plants were infiltrated for their top leaves, several samples were punched from the leaves after 2 days of transient expression, and protein extracts from the samples were repeatedly measured for luciferase activity. Interestingly, most of the variation was due to differences between the sampling spots in the leaves, the next important source being the different leaves on each plant. Variation between similar experiments, between plants and between repetitive measurements of the extracts could be easily minimized.

CONCLUSIONS: Efforts and expenditure of agroinfiltration experiments can be optimized when sources of variation are known. In summary, infiltrate more plants but less leaves, sample more positions on the leaf but run only few technical replicates.

Rehman, H. U., X. Yan, M. U. Jan, M. A. Abdelbaky, S. Iqbal, T. Egamnazarova, and S. A. A. A. Rizvi, "Wind Turbine System based Virtual Synchronous Generator Control for Microgrid Frequency Regulation", 2021 7th International Conference on Energy Materials and Environment Engineering (ICEMEE 2021), Zhangjaijie, China, pp. 1-5, 2021.
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