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Seleem, H., T. ElNahas, and M. Mostafa, 1. THE EFFICACY AND TOXICITY OF OXALIPLATIN, 5-FLUOROURACIL AND LEUCOVORIN AS ADJUVANT TREATMENT IN PATIENTS WITH COLON CANCER, , 1. Abstract

Background: Although surgical resection is still the only curative maneuver in the treatment of colon cancer,
yet efforts have proved that systemic chemotherapy in the adjuvant setting improves the curative rate for those
patients with localized colon cancer. The combination of 5-fluorouracil (5-Fu) and leucovorin (LV) was the
reference treatment. However the advantage of infusional 5-Fu/LV with oxaliplatin (FolFox-4) as adjuvant
treatment for high risk colon cancer patients may change the paradigm soon. In this study we presented our
treatment results for patients with colon cancer treated with FolFox- 4 regimen as adjuvant treatment at Kasr Al
Aini Hospital.
Patients and Methods: We enrolled 55 patients who had undergone curative resection for sage II and III colon
cancer to receive FolFox-4 regimen for six months. The primary end point was disease –free survival
Results: Fifty five patients were included in this study. At the time of analysis (median follow up 18 months)
9 patients (16%) had disease relapse or metastasis. At 2.5 years DFS rates and OAS rates were 75% and 80%,
respectively. The treatment was generally well tolerated with most common grade 1 treatment-related adverse
event being peripheral neuropathy and hematological toxicity.
Conclusion: It is now acceptable to consider combination chemotherapy with FolFox -4 as adjuvant treatment
for high risk colon cancer patients after curative surgery at Kasr El Ainy center of Radiation Oncology and
nuclear medicine

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Alkady, O. H., H. G. Metwally, Hany A Abdelsalam, A. M. Hassan, Osama H Abdel-salam, and A. A. Saleh, "Comparison Treatment of Vitiligo by Co-culture of Melanocytes Derived from Hair Follicle with Adipose-Derived Stem Cells with and without NB-UVB", Journal of Pigmentary Disorders , vol. 4, issue 1, 201.
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Miller, S. A., D. D. D., and H. F. Polesky, "(1988). A simple salting out procedure for extracting DNA from human nucleated cells.research,", Nucleic acids, vol. 16, no. (3),, 1215. Abstract
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Miller, S. A., D. D. D., and H. F. Polesky, "(1988). A simple salting out procedure for extracting DNA from human nucleated cells.research,", Nucleic acids, vol. 16, no. (3),, 1215. Abstract
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1900
MA, E. G., and E. A. MMH, "On the Determination of Optimal Model Order for GMM-Based Text-Independent Speaker Identification", EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing, vol. 2004, issue 8: Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 1900. Abstract
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MA, E. G., and E. A. MMH, "On the Determination of Optimal Model Order for GMM-Based Text-Independent Speaker Identification", EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing, vol. 2004, issue 8: Hindawi Publishing Corporation, pp. 1078-1087, 1900. Abstract

Gaussian mixture models (GMMs) are recently employed to provide a robust technique for speaker identification. The determination of the appropriate number of Gaussian components in amodel for adequate speaker representation is a crucial but difficult problem. This number is in fact speaker dependent. Therefore, assuming a fixed number of Gaussian components for all speakers is not justified. In this paper, we develop a procedure for roughly estimating the maximum possible model order above which the estimation of model parameters becomes unreliable. In addition, a theoretical measure, namely, a goodness of fit (GOF) measure is derived and utilized in estimating the number of Gaussian components needed to characterize different speakers. The estimation is carried out by exploiting the distribution of the training data for each speaker. Experimental results indicate that the proposed technique provides results comparable to other well-known model selection criteria like the minimum description length (MDL) and the Akaike information criterion (AIC).

1917
Farghaly, D. A., A. A. Aboelwafa, M. Y. Hamza, and M. I. Mohamed, "Topical Delivery of Fenoprofen Calcium via Elastic Nano-vesicular Spanlastics: Optimization Using Experimental Design and In Vivo Evaluation", AAPS PharmSciTech, vol. 18, issue 8, pp. 2898-2909, 1917.
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Afify, E. A. M. R., I. Elsayed, M. K. Gad, M. I. Mohamed, and A. E. - M. M. R. Afify, "Enhancement of pharmacokinetic and pharmacological behavior of ocular dorzolamide after factorial optimization of self-assembled nanostructures", PLOS ONE, vol. 2, pp. 1-16, 1918.
Farghaly, D. A., A. A. Aboelwafa, M. Y. Hamza, and M. I. Mohamed, "Microemulsion for Topical Delivery of Fenoprofen Calcium: In-vitro and In-vivo Evaluation", Journal of Liposome Research, vol. 28, issue 2, pp. 126-136, 1918.
1946
Mendelson, C. L., "The aspiration of stomach contents into the lungs during obstetric anesthesia. Survey, 837-839.", Obstetrical & Gynecological, vol. 1, no. (6),, pp. 837–839, 1946. Abstract
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Mendelson, C. L., "The aspiration of stomach contents into the lungs during obstetric anesthesia. Survey, 837-839.", Obstetrical & Gynecological, vol. 1, no. (6),, pp. 837–839, 1946. Abstract
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1960
Mellen, W. J., and B. C. Wentworth, "Comparison of methods for estimating thyroid secretion rate in chickens", Poultry Science, vol. 39, issue 3: Poultry Science Association, pp. 678-686, 1960. Abstract
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1961
Sharafeldin, M. A., and A. Mostageer, "Suckling in Ossimi and Rahmani lambs", Journal of Animal Production, pp. 15-59, 1961. Abstract
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1964
Abou-Raya, A. K., E. R. M. Abou-Hussein, A. Ghoneim, M. A. Raafat, and A. A. Mohamed, "Effect of Ca (OH) 2 and NaOH treatments on the nutritive value of maize stalks, sorghum stalks and dry sweet potato vines.", Journal of Animal Production of the United Arab Republic, vol. 1966, issue 4, pp. 55-65, 1964. Abstract
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1966
1967
Khayyal, M. T., N. I. Girgis, and E. McConnell, "The use of penicillamine as an adjuvant to tartar emetic in the treatment of experimental schistosomiasis.", Bulletin of the World Health Organization, vol. 37, issue 3, pp. 387-92, 1967. Abstract

One of the principal drawbacks of antimonial therapy in schistosomiasis has been the prevalence of annoying, and sometimes dangerous, side-effects. The adjuvant administration of chelating agents offers a possible solution to this problem, providing this can be achieved without appreciably decreasing the therapeutic effect of the drug.The authors found that the chelating agent penicillamine lowered the toxicity of tartar emetic for mice and hamsters without affecting the tissue uptake of antimony. When administered in a similar manner to hamsters infected with Schistosoma mansoni there was no effect on the uptake of antimony by the parasites, or on the cure rate. This suggests a potential usefulness of penicillamine in antimony therapy.

Khayyal, M. T., N. I. Girgis, and E. McConnell, "The use of penicillamine as an adjuvant to tartar emetic in the treatment of experimental schistosomiasis.", Bulletin of the World Health Organization, vol. 37, issue 3, pp. 387-92, 1967. Abstract

One of the principal drawbacks of antimonial therapy in schistosomiasis has been the prevalence of annoying, and sometimes dangerous, side-effects. The adjuvant administration of chelating agents offers a possible solution to this problem, providing this can be achieved without appreciably decreasing the therapeutic effect of the drug.The authors found that the chelating agent penicillamine lowered the toxicity of tartar emetic for mice and hamsters without affecting the tissue uptake of antimony. When administered in a similar manner to hamsters infected with Schistosoma mansoni there was no effect on the uptake of antimony by the parasites, or on the cure rate. This suggests a potential usefulness of penicillamine in antimony therapy.

Khayyal, M. T., N. I. Girgis, and E. McConnell, "The use of penicillamine as an adjuvant to tartar emetic in the treatment of experimental schistosomiasis.", Bulletin of the World Health Organization, vol. 37, issue 3, pp. 387-92, 1967. Abstract

One of the principal drawbacks of antimonial therapy in schistosomiasis has been the prevalence of annoying, and sometimes dangerous, side-effects. The adjuvant administration of chelating agents offers a possible solution to this problem, providing this can be achieved without appreciably decreasing the therapeutic effect of the drug.The authors found that the chelating agent penicillamine lowered the toxicity of tartar emetic for mice and hamsters without affecting the tissue uptake of antimony. When administered in a similar manner to hamsters infected with Schistosoma mansoni there was no effect on the uptake of antimony by the parasites, or on the cure rate. This suggests a potential usefulness of penicillamine in antimony therapy.

1968
Mohsen, A., and M. A. K. Hamid, "Asymptotic theory of diffraction by a small aperture", Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium, 1968, vol. 6: IEEE, pp. 106–107, 1968. Abstract
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Mohsen, A., and M. A. K. Hamid, "Asymptotic theory of diffraction by a small aperture", Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium, 1968, vol. 6: IEEE, pp. 106–107, 1968. Abstract
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Mohsen, A., and M. A. K. Hamid, "Higher order asymptotic terms of the two-dimensional diffraction by a small aperture", Radio Science, vol. 3, pp. 1105, 1968. Abstract
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Mohsen, A., and M. A. K. Hamid, "Higher order asymptotic terms of the two-dimensional diffraction by a small aperture", Radio Science, vol. 3, pp. 1105, 1968. Abstract
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Mohsen, A., and M. A. K. Hamid, "Higher order asymptotic terms of the two-dimensional diffraction by a small aperture", Radio Science, vol. 3, pp. 1105, 1968. Abstract
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Saber, H. A., G. H. Mahran, and T. El-Alfy, "Phytochemical investigation of Raunculus scleratus L.", Planta medica, vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 231, 1968. Abstract
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