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Moneib, N. A., "In-vitro activity of commonly used antifungal agents in the presence of rifampin, polymyxin B and norfloxacin against Candida albicans.", Journal of chemotherapy (Florence, Italy), vol. 7, issue 6, pp. 525-9, 1995 Dec. Abstract

This study assessed the in-vitro antifungal activity against Candida albicans of amphotericin B, ketoconazole and miconazole, each in the presence of rifampin, polymyxin B and norfloxacin. Evaluation of drug interactions was estimated by the checkerboard pattern broth dilution method and by time-kill studies. Rifampin reduced the activity of the three antifungal agents used, with the reduction being more pronounced with amphotericin B. Synergy was observed when polymyxin B was combined with any of the antifungal agents used. The addition of norfloxacin resulted in minimal, if any, change in the activity.

Ahmed, M. A., M. Y. Hassaan, S. Mahrous, H. Mikhail, and M. M. El-Desoky, "Application of magnetic susceptibility to study low iron substitution in tricalcium aluminate", Journal of the American Ceramic Society, vol. 78, issue 7Westerville, OH, United States: American Ceramic Soc, pp. 1958 - 1960, 1995. AbstractWebsite

The magnetic susceptibilities of the tricalcium aluminate prepared containing 0.5, 1, or 2 wt% FeC2O4 or Fe2O3 before firing were measured at different temperatures and different magnetic field intensities. The Curie temperature of each compound is determined from the magnetic susceptibility temperature curves. The values of the effective magnetic moments were calculated from the experimental data for the different compounds. The variations in the magnetic properties and the magnetic constants with the type and concentration of iron added to C3A confirm that the magnetic susceptibility measurements could be considered a good tool to estimate the solubility limit of iron in different forms in C3A. Our data confirm also the previous data IR measurements for such samples at low iron concentrations.

Naoum, M. M., M. M. A. Moteleb, M. M. Shalaby, and G. R. Saad, "Dielectric investigation of isotropic and anisotropic solutions of cellulose acetate in dioxane", Polymer International, vol. 37, issue 1, pp. 27 - 32, 1995. AbstractWebsite

The dielectric and optical characteristics of a sample of cellulose acetate (DS = 2.45) in dioxane solutions were studied at 10–50°C of concentration 10–50 wt% to include both isotropic and anisotropic phases. The study showed that the loss maximum, εmax″, magnitude of polarization, (ε0 − ε∞), static dielectric constant, ε0, time of relation, (2πfm)−1, and refractive index, nD, steadily increase with concentration up to the critical concentration (41 wt%) and then decrease. The mean‐square dipole moment, 〈gμ2〉, decreases steadily up to the critical concentration then remains nearly constant, indicating that the isotropic solution changes to anisotropic, with smaller mean‐square dipole moment. Comparison between the results of cellulose acetate (CA) and those of hydroxypropyl cellulose (HPC) reveals that, at the critical concentration in dioxane, the cholesteric structure of HPC possesses a greater mean‐square dipole moment with higher temperature coefficient than does CA. The activation energy of the relaxation process for hydroxypropyl cellulose is higher, indicating a greater intrachain interaction compared with cellulose acetate. © 1995 Society of Chemical Industry

Moteleb, M. M. A., and G. R. Saad, "Effect of high temperatures on the dielectric behaviour of viscose fibres at low frequency", Polymer International, vol. 37, issue 4, pp. 261 - 265, 1995. AbstractWebsite

Commercial and purified viscose fibres exhibit dielectric dispersion and a loss peak within the frequency range 0.05–1 k c/s and at temperatures of 80–140°C. Such high temperature relaxation is local in nature and is attributed to side group motion. The characteristics of the absorption bands of these samples are compared and the results obtained are interpreted. The variation of the dielectric constant with temperature showed a second order transition at about 110°C with these samples, which disappears on hydrolysis. © 1995 Society of Chemical Industry

Tharwat, M. E., A. N. Hassan, A. A. Moustafa, and A. H. Mahran, Effects of industrial formulations of Bacillus thuringiensis on the biology of Musca domestica L.(Diptera: Muscidae)., , vol. 70, issue 1-2, pp. 151 - 163, 1995. Abstract
Ajala, M. O., S. O. Asaolu, P. F. Akufongwe, C. O. E. Onwuliri, V. P. K. Titanji, V. N. Okwuosa, Q. M. Ali, S. J. Andrews, S. McGonigle, and A. M. Smith, Index of Authors (Volume 69), , vol. 69, pp. 375 - 377, 1995. Abstract
Mahfouz, A., S. Shehata, O. Mahgoub, and A. El-Tobshy, "PC-Based Optimal PWM for Harmonic Minimization of 1-Ph Converter System", Mansourah First International Engineering Conference, Mansourah, Egypt, 1995. Abstract
Ahmed, M. A., K. A. Darwish, M. Mounir, and G. H. Zaki, "Temperature dependence of the dielectric constant for the compounds (CH2)8(NH3)2MCl4 (M = Mn and Fe)", Physica Status Solidi (A) Applied Research, vol. 148, issue 1Berlin, Germany: Akademie-Verlag Berlin, pp. 321 - 328, 1995. AbstractWebsite

The dielectric constant ε′ as well as the dielectric loss tan δ on a pellet of powdered (CH2)8(NH3)2MCl4 (M = Mn and Fe) are measured as a function of temperature. ε′ and tan δ reveal more than one peak. One of these peaks is due to a structural phase transition and the others are due to order-disorder and chain melting transitions. Electronic, ionic, and rotational polarization are taken into consideration.

Darwish, K. A., M. Mounir, M. A. Ahmed, and G. H. Zaki, "Thermally stimulated currents of (CH2)8(NH3)2Fe1-xCdxCl4 (x = 0.15-0.80)", Thermochimica Acta, vol. 255, issue C, pp. 171 - 175, 1995. AbstractWebsite

The thermally stimulated current (TSC) has been measured for diaminooctane-FeCd tetrachloride compounds in the temperature range that includes their phase transition points. The dilution of the metallic layers by non-magnetic Cd ions (15, 27, 40, 50, 60, 70 and 80 mol%) decreases the TSC until the critical concentration (≈50 mol%) is reached, then it increases again. © 1995.

Helmi, F. M., and W. A. Mohamed, "Study, and treatment of some coptic jewelry artifacts", International conference on ancient Egyptian mining, and conservation of metallic artifacts, Cairo, Egypt, 10-12 April, 1995.
Mohamed, F. F., J. El-Jakee, and G. S. Essawy, " Influence of the administration of dried calf thymus or calf thymus extract on performance and immunity of broilers. ", Vet. Med. J. (Giza), vol. 43, issue 2, pp. 321-329., 1995.
Lotfia, S. F., S.El-Zomer, M.B.Mostafa, and A. A. Hegazy, "An Abattoir Survey of presence of foreign body in the stomach of the camel (Camelus dromedarius)", J.of camel Practice and Research, vol. 2, issue 2, pp. 139-140, 1995. foreign_body_in_camel_001.jpg
M, K., "An Agriculture Economy wide Simulation Model for Egypt: Database, Structure and Policy Analysis", Finance And Industry, Kuwait, vol. 13, pp. pp.15-102, 1995.
MD, G. A. M. A. L. A. H. M. E. D. E. L. T. A. G. E. Y., "Anorectal Myectomy in the treatment of Obstinate Chronic Constipation in Infancy and Children ", Egyptian Journal of Surgery, vol. 14, issue 2, pp. June 1995, 1995.
Mostafa, M. A., "Biochemical changes in grains of three wheat cultivars stored after infestation by some seed- borne fungi.", Ann. Agric. Sc. Moshtohour,, vol. 33, issue 11, pp. 195-206., 1995.
Migahid, A. M., Fahmy, A. H. Abou EI-Leil, and A. E. I. ¬L. H. Amany, "A biological study on the problems of aquatic weeds that threaten the irrigation and drainage canals in Egypt and how to make benefit of them", Egyptian Academy of Science and Technology, Project Number 121. Final Research Report of 173 pages., 1995.
Migahid, A. M., G. M. Fahmy, Abou EI-Leil, A.H., and A. E. I. L. H. Amany, "A biological study on the problems of aquatic weeds that threaten the irrigation and drainage canals in Egypt and how to make benefit of them.", . Egyptian Academy of Science and Technology, Project Number 121. Research Report Number 2. 55 pages + Appendix of one map + 60 coloured photos., 1995.
A.H.Abdallah, M.M.Awad, O. Farag, and A.L.Aboul-Nasr, "Biophysical profile and cardiac function in fetuses of insulin-dependent diabetic mothers. ", Med. J. Cairo Univ., vol. 63, issue 2, pp. 51-57, 1995.
M.M.Zaki, and W. W.Reda, "Campylobacteriosis in poultry", Veterinary Medical Journal, Giza, vol. 43, issue 1, pp. 71-76, 1995.
Afifi, N. A., A. K.A., N. M.Ibrahim, and H. M.A., "Certain pharmacological studies on some new furocumarin synthetic derivatives.", Bull.Fac. Pharm.Cairo Univ.,, vol. 33(1), pp. 137- 143, 1995.
.Afifi, N. A., A. K.A., N. M.Ibrahim, and H. M.A., "Certain pharmacological studies on some new furocumarin synthetic derivatives. ", Bull.Fac. Pharm.Cairo Univ., , vol. 33(1):, pp. 137-143, 1995.
A.Afifi;, N., A. K.A., N. M.Ibrahim, and H. M.A., "Certain pharmacological studies on some new furocumarin synthetic derivatives.", Bull.Fac. Pharm.Cairo Univ., , vol. 33, issue (! ), pp. 137- 143, 1995.
Sabaa, M. W., M. G. Mikhael, S. S. Elkholy, and M. Z. Elsabee, "Chemically-induced graft copolymerization of methyl methacrylate on sisal fibers", Cellulose Chem. and Technol., vol. 29, pp. 671-682, 1995.
Nada, S. A., M. S. Arbid, A. H. Mohamed, M. S. Hanafy, M. M. El-Mahdy, R. R. Marquardt, and M. I. Dessouky, "Clinicopathological studies on the protective effect of L-Phenyl- alanine against experimental ochratoxicosis in rats", Egypt. J. Comp. Path. & Clin. Path. , vol. 8, issue 1, pp. 57-72, 1995.
A.Nada, S., M.S.Arbid, A. H.Mohamed, M.S.Hanafy, M. M. El-Mahdy, R.R.Marquardt, and M.I.Dessouky, "Clinicopathological studies on the protective effect of L-Phenyl- alanine against experimental ochratoxicosis in rats", Egypt.J.Comp.Path.and Clin.Path. , vol. 8, issue 1, pp. 57-72, 1995.