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Dickey, M. D., M. Mohammed, C. Ladd, and E. Bjarnason, Three-Dimensional Printing of Metallic Materials, , 2015. Abstract
M.R.Khattab, Shaymaa I Salem, A. A. Kubesy, and M. E. Ali, "Trans-tracheal wash analysis of canine distemper infected dogs", Bioscience Research, vol. 2017, 14 , issue 4, pp. 1128 - 1135, 2017.
Afzali-Ardakani, A., A. A. Bol, M. M. Ei-ashry, A. Kasry, A. Maarouf, G. J. Martyna, D. M. Newns, R. Nistor, and G. S. Tulevski, Transparent conducting layer for solar cell applications, , 2011. Abstract
Kazemian-Kale-Kale, A., A. Gholami, M. Rezaie-Balf, A. Mosavi, A. A. Sattar, A. H. Azimi, B. Gharabaghi, and H. Bonakdari, "Uncertainty assessment of entropy-based circular channel shear stress prediction models using a novel method", Geosciences (Switzerland), vol. 11, issue 8, 2021. Abstract
Abdelgawad, H., M. S. Mahmoud, and S. N. Kinawy, Understanding Cycling Behavior and Barriers to Cycling in Egypt, , 2016. Abstract
Sedeek, M. S., S. M. Afifi, M. K. Mansour, M. Hassan, F. M. Mehaya, I. A. Naguib, M. A. S. Abourehab, and M. A. Farag, "Unveiling Antimicrobial and Antioxidant Compositional Differences between Dukkah and Za’atar via SPME-GCMS and HPLC-DAD", Molecules, vol. 27, issue 19, 2022. Abstract

Interest in plant-based diets has been on the rise in recent years owing to the potential health benefits of their individual components and the notion that plant-based diets might reduce the incidence of several diseases. Egyptian dukkah and Syrian za’atar are two of the most historic and famous Middle Eastern herbal blends used for their anti-inflammatory, hypolipidemic, and antidiabetic effects. Headspace SPME-GCMS and HPLC-DAD were adopted for characterizing the aroma profile and phenolic compounds of both herbal blends, respectively. Further, vapor-phase minimum inhibitory concentration was employed for assessing each blend’s antibacterial potential, while their antioxidant potential was estimated via in vitro antioxidant assays. SPME headspace analysis indicated the abundance of ethers and monoterpene hydrocarbons, while HPLC revealed the presence of several phenolics including rosmarinic acid, ferulic acid, and rutin. Biological investigations affirmed that vapor-phase of the tested blends exhibited antibacterial activities against Gram-positive and Gram-negative pathogens, while the antioxidant potential of the blends was investigated and expressed as Trolox (125.15 ± 5.92 to 337.26 ± 13.84 μM T eq/mg) and EDTA (18.08 ± 1.62 to 51.69 41 ± 5.33 μM EDTA eq/mg) equivalent. The presented study offers the first insight into the chemical profile and biological activities of both dukkah and za’atar.

Wanas, N. M., H. M. Ashour, M. M. El Baradei, A. A. Morsy, M. A. El-Saban, and W. A. Ammar, User evaluation in a collaborative online forum, , 2014. Abstract
Magdy, W., and M. El-Saban, Using an ID domain to improve searching, , 2012. Abstract
Magdy, W., and M. A. El-Saban, Using an ID domain to improve searching, , 2013. Abstract
Fawaz, L., A. E. Elwan, Y. H. Kamel, T. M. Farid, A. Kamel, and W. A. Mohamed, Value of C-reactive protein and IL-6 measurements in type 1 diabetes mellitus, , 2009. value_of_c-reactive_protein_and_il-6.pdf
W.Tobar, m.hasan, and a.ayad, Wael tobar, , 2012. publications.pdf
for History, {C., and N. Media}, Zotero {Quick} {Start} {Guide}, , Submitted. Abstract
El-Dawlatly, M. M., A. M. Abou-EL-Ezz, F. A. El-Sharaby, and Y. A. Mostafa, Zygomatic mini-implant for Class II correction in growing patients, : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2014. Abstract
Galal, G. H., and J. T. McDonnell, A {Grounded}, {Extensible} {Requirements} {Model}, , no. RN/99/49: Department of Computer Science, University College London, jan, 1999. Abstract
Miscellaneous Section
Kapiel, T. Y. S., M. R. Rezk, L. Piccinetti, N. Salem, A. Khasawneh, D. Santoro, F. M. Montagnino, A. A. El-Bary, and M. M. Sakr, Circular economy in Egypt: an overview of the current landscape and potential for growth, , 2023. Abstract

This paper provides an overview of the circular economy in Egypt. With the country facing significant environmental challenges, a circular economy approach can offer sustainable solutions to Egypt's environmental challenges by addressing issues like limited resources, waste generation, and a growing population in an eco-friendly and long-term perspective. This research employs a mixed-methods approach, including a literature review, surveys, and consultations with key stakeholders. The analysis reveals that although there are numerous challenges to establishing a circular economy in Egypt, such as limited understanding, insufficient government backing, and inadequate infrastructure, there are also opportunities, such as increasing demand for eco-friendly goods and services, as well as a receptive business environment. The paper recommends various policy and practical interventions to overcome these barriers and capitalize on these opportunities, including increasing awareness and understanding of the circular economy, developing supportive programs and regulations, investing in infrastructure and technology, and fostering stakeholder collaboration. This paper provides valuable insights into the potential for a circular economy in Egypt and the steps that can be taken to create a more sustainable future for the country. As such, it will interest policymakers, researchers, and practitioners working in the sustainability and environmental management field. The successful implementation of a circular economy in Egypt will require collective efforts from stakeholders to promote long-term sustainability and environmental stewardship.

Newspaper Article
Sarhan, A. Z., H. A. Ashour, H. E. Wahba, A. B. Salama, and G. H. M., "Foliar spray of moringa leaves extract enhanced the chemical contents of Lemon Bee balm plant (Monarda ciriodora L.). ", Egyptian Journal of Chemistry, pp. 337 - 347, 11,2022. 233.pdf
M, H., E. y A, M. A, M. M, A. N, G. A, M. Z, A. B, S. M, and E. G, "Hepatitis C virus treatment by direct-acting antivirals in successfully treated hepatocellular carcinoma and possible mutual impact", European Journal of Gastroenterology & Hepatology 30(8):1, pp. 876-881, 2018.