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M`A Elnady, RK Abde El Wahed, A. A. A., "Nighttime pH Dynamics and Oxygen-pH Relationships Under Different Fertilizer Loads in Green Water Tank Culture.", The Journal of The Arabian Aquaculture Society, vol. 7, issue 2, pp. 127-142, 2012. Abstract
Myrtveit, M., and M. Saleh, "Superimposing Dynamic Behavior on Causal Loop Diagrams of System Dynamic Models", Proceedings of the International System Dynamics Society, Bergen System Dynamics Society, 2000. Abstract
Myrta, A., B. Di-Terlizzi, D. Bosia, K. Caglayan, I. Gavriel, G. A. M. Ghanem, and V. Vareveri, C. and Savino, "Detection and serotyping of plum pox virus (PPV) isolates by means of monoclonal antibodies.", Acta Virol., vol. 42, issue (4), pp. 251-253, 1998. Abstract
Myrta, A., B. Di-Terlezzil, K. Caglayan, I. Gavriei, G. Ghanem, and C. Varveri, "Detection and serotyping of Mediterranean plum pox virus isolates by means of strain-specific monoclonal antibodies: serotyping of Mediterranean ppv isolates by mabs", Journal Mansoura Univeristy of Agriculture Science (Egypt), 1999. Abstract
Carpenter, J. - P., M. Roughton, and D. J. Pennell, "International survey of T2* cardiovascular magnetic resonance in β-thalassemia major.", Haematologica, vol. 98, issue 9, pp. 1368-74, 2013 Sep. Abstract

Accumulation of myocardial iron is the cause of heart failure and early death in most transfused thalassemia major patients. T2* cardiovascular magnetic resonance provides calibrated, reproducible measurements of myocardial iron. However, there are few data regarding myocardial iron loading and its relation to outcome across the world. A survey is reported of 3,095 patients in 27 worldwide centers using T2* cardiovascular magnetic resonance. Data on baseline T2* and numbers of patients with symptoms of heart failure at first scan (defined as symptoms and signs of heart failure with objective evidence of left ventricular dysfunction) were requested together with more detailed information about patients who subsequently developed heart failure or died. At first scan, 20.6% had severe myocardial iron (T2*≤ 10 ms), 22.8% had moderate myocardial iron (T2* 10-20 ms) and 56.6% of patients had no iron loading (T2*>20 ms). There was significant geographical variation in myocardial iron loading (24.8-52.6%; P<0.001). At first scan, 85 (2.9%) of 2,915 patients were reported to have heart failure (81.2% had T2* <10 ms; 98.8% had T2* <20 ms). During follow up, 108 (3.8%) of 2,830 patients developed new heart failure. Of these, T2* at first scan had been less than 10 ms in 96.3% and less than 20 ms in 100%. There were 35 (1.1%) cardiac deaths. Of these patients, myocardial T2* at first scan had been less than 10 ms in 85.7% and less than 20 ms in 97.1%. Therefore, in this worldwide cohort of thalassemia major patients, over 43% had moderate/severe myocardial iron loading with significant geographical differences, and myocardial T2* values less than 10 ms were strongly associated with heart failure and death.

Myers, G. J., Reliable {Software} {Through} {Composite} {Design}, , New York, Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, 1975. Abstract
Myers, T. E., A. L. Richards, P. Daszak, S. P. Luby, J. H. Epstein, J. M. Hossain, E. S. Gurley, J. R. C. Pulliam, A. Zayed, M. S. Abdel-Dayem, et al., "Emerging and re-emerging diseases", Environmental Tracking for Public Health Surveillance, vol. 11: CRC Press, pp. 187, 2012. Abstract
MY, E., M Moustafaa, AE Eissaa, AM Laila, AY Gaafar, and I. M. K. Abumourad, "Investigations into the Potential Causes of Mass Kills in Mari-Cultured Gilthead Sea Bream (Sparus aurata) at Northern Egypt.", Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences, vol. 6, issue 1, pp. 466-477, 2015. investigations_into_the_potential_causes_of_mass_kills_in_mari-cultured_gilthead_sea_bream_sparus_aurata_at_northern_egypt..pdf
MY, A. - S., E. S. BM, and A. DM, "Diverse effects of variant doses of dexamethasone in lithium-pilocarpine induced seizures in rats", Can J Physiol Pharmacol. , vol. 90, issue 1, pp. 13-21, 2012.
MY, E., M. M, E. AE, Laila AM, G. AY, and A. dIMK, "Mass Mortalities in Mari-Cultured European Sea Bass (Dicentrarchus labrax) at Northern Egypt", Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences, vol. 5, issue 4, pp. 95-109, 2014. mass_mortalities_in_mari-cultured_european_sea_bass_dicentrarchus_labrax_at_northern_egypt.pdf
MW, M., A. ghany M, S. NA, and F. SF, "The impact of a 600-mg loading dose of clopidogrel in diabetic and non-diabetic patients undergoing elective PCI.", Minerva Cardioangiologica, vol. 64, issue 4, pp. 375-82., 2016.
Mve-Obiang, A., R. E. Lee, E. S. Umstot, K. A. Trott, T. C. Grammer, J. M. Parker, B. S. Ranger, R. Grainger, E. A. Mahrous, and P. L. C. Small, "A newly discovered mycobacterial pathogen isolated from laboratory colonies of Xenopus species with lethal infections produces a novel form of mycolactone, the Mycobacterium ulcerans macrolide toxin.", Infection and immunity, vol. 73, issue 6, pp. 3307-12, 2005 Jun. Abstract

Mycobacterium ulcerans, the causative agent of Buruli ulcer, produces a macrolide toxin, mycolactone A/B, which is thought to play a major role in virulence. A disease similar to Buruli ulcer recently appeared in United States frog colonies following importation of the West African frog, Xenopus tropicalis. The taxonomic position of the frog pathogen has not been fully elucidated, but this organism, tentatively designated Mycobacterium liflandii, is closely related to M. ulcerans and Mycobacterium marinum, and as further evidence is gathered, it will most likely be considered a subspecies of one of these species. In this paper we show that M. liflandii produces a novel plasmid-encoded mycolactone, mycolactone E. M. liflandii contains all of the genes in the mycolactone cluster with the exception of that encoding CYP140A2, a putative p450 monooxygenase. Although the core lactone structure is conserved in mycolactone E, the fatty acid side chain differs from that of mycolactone A/B in the number of hydroxyl groups and double bonds. The cytopathic phenotype of mycolactone E is identical to that of mycolactone A/B, although it is less potent. To further characterize the relationship between M. liflandii and M. ulcerans, strains were analyzed for the presence of the RD1 region genes, esxA (ESAT-6) and esxB (CFP-10). The M. ulcerans genome strain has a deletion in RD1 and lacks these genes. The results of these studies show that M. liflandii contains both esxA and esxB.

Muz, B., H. D. Kusdono, F. Azab, P. de la Puente, C. Federico, M. Fiala, R. Vij, N. N. Salama, and A. K. Azab, "Tariquidar sensitizes multiple myeloma cells to proteasome inhibitors via reduction of hypoxia-induced P-gp-mediated drug resistance.", Leukemia & lymphoma, vol. 58, issue 12, pp. 2916-2925, 2017 Dec. Abstractleukemia_and_lymphoma_2017.pdf

Multiple myeloma (MM) presents a poor prognosis and high lethality of patients due to development of drug resistance. P-glycoprotein (P-gp), a drug-efflux transporter, is upregulated in MM patients post-chemotherapy and is involved in the development of drug resistance since many anti-myeloma drugs (including proteasome inhibitors) are P-gp substrates. Hypoxia develops in the bone marrow niche during MM progression and has long been linked to chemoresistance. Additionally, hypoxia-inducible transcription factor (HIF-1α) was demonstrated to directly regulate P-gp expression. We found that in MM patients P-gp expression positively correlated with the hypoxic marker, HIF-1α. Hypoxia increased P-gp protein expression and its efflux capabilities in MM cells in vitro using flow cytometry. We reported herein that hypoxia-mediated resistance to carfilzomib and bortezomib in MM cells is due to P-gp activity and was reversed by tariquidar, a P-gp inhibitor. These results suggest combining proteasome inhibitors with P-gp inhibition for future clinical studies.

Muz, B., A. Abdelghafer, M. Markovic, J. Yavner, A. Melam, N. N. Salama, and A. K. Azab, "Targeting E-selectin to Tackle Cancer Using Uproleselan", Cancers (Basel), vol. 13, issue (2), pp. 335:1-15, 2021.
Mutz, E., B. O. Emmanuel, F. Abdelradi, and J. Sauer, "Agri-Environmental Policies: Comparison and Critical Evaluation Between EU and Egyptian Structure", Agro-Environmental Sustainability in MENA Regions: Springer, Cham, pp. 405-429, 2021. Abstract
Mutikainen, M., T. M. Hamama, N. Ghanem, M. Weldenegodguad, and J. Peippo, "The effect of L-carnitine supplementation during IVM and/or IVC on sex ratio of transferable bovine embryos depends on the combination of the IVM/IVC media", Animal Reproduction, vol. 13, issue 3, pp. 657-657, 2016. Abstract
Mutawa, A. M. Y., T. H. AYAAD, and E. H. Shaurub, "Hemocyte profile, phagocytosis, and antibacterial activity in response to immune challenge of the date fruit stalk borer, Oryctes elegans.", ISJ-Inverebr. Surviv. J, vol. 17, pp. 147-162., 2020.
Mustafa., A. M., M. A. Rabie, H. F. Zaki, and A. M. Shaheen, "Inhibition of Brain GTP Cyclohydrolase I Attenuates 3-Nitropropionic Acid-Induced Striatal Toxicity: Involvement of Mas Receptor/PI3k/Akt/CREB/ BDNF Axis", Frontiers in Pharmacology, vol. 12, pp. 740966, 2021.
Mustafa, H. H., A. Mohamed, and D. S. Elzanfaly, "An Enhanced Approach for Arabic Sentiment Analysis", International Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Applications (IJAIA), vol. 8, issue 5, pp. 1-15, 2017. an_enhanced_approach_for_arabic_sentiment_analysis.pdf
Mustafa, M., G. E. - D. A. Abuo-Rahma, A. A. Abd El-Hafeez, E. R. Ahmed, D. A. ElHamid, P. Ghosh, and A. M. Hayallah, "Discovery of antiproliferative and anti-FAK inhibitory activity of 1,2,4-triazole derivatives containing acetamido carboxylic acid skeleton.", Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters, vol. 40, pp. 127965, 2021. Abstractdiscovery_of_antiproliferative_and_anti-fak_inhibitory_activity_of_124-triazole_derivatives_containing_acetamido_carboxylic_acid_skeleton.pdf

Small molecule inhibitors of the focal adhesion kinase are regarded as promising tools in our armamentarium for treating cancer. Here, we identified four 1,2,4-triazole derivatives that inhibit FAK kinase significantly and evaluated their therapeutic potential. Most tested compounds revealed potent antiproliferative activity in HepG2 and Hep3B liver cancer cells, in which 3c and 3d were the most potent (IC range; 2.88 ~ 4.83 µM). Compound 3d possessed significant FAK inhibitory activity with IC value of 18.10 nM better than the reference GSK-2256098 (IC = 22.14 nM). The preliminary mechanism investigation by Western blot analysis showed that both 3c and 3d repressed FAK phosphorylation comparable to GSK-2256098 in HepG2 cells. As a result of FAK inhibition, 3c and 3d inhibited the pro-survival pathways by decreasing the phosphorylation levels of PI3K, Akt, JNK, and STAT3 proteins. This effect led to apoptosis induction and cell cycle arrest. Taken together, these results indicate that 3d could serve as a potent preclinical candidate for the treatment of cancers.

Mustafa, H. H., and N. R. Darwish, "Automatic Requirement Classification Technique: Using Different Stemming Algorithms", International Journal of Data Mining and Knowledge Engineering, ISSN: 0974-9578, vol. 10, issue 6: Coimbatore Institute of Information Technology, pp. 122-127, 2018. Abstract