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Noreldin, A., and A. Hashem, "A pilot study on the use of injection lipolysis in visceral adipose tissues.", Aesthetic Surg Journal, vol. 33, issue 3, pp. 431-5, 2013.
Noreldin, A. A., A. M. Abd Elhamid, A. M. Hashem, and A. M. Afifi, "A pilot study on the use of injection lipolysis in visceral adipose tissues.", Aesthetic surgery journal, vol. 33, issue 3, pp. 431-5, 2013 Mar. Abstractnoreldin_et_al-2013.pdf

BACKGROUND: Intraperitoneal fat, also known as visceral adipose tissue (VAT), poses significant metabolic risks. Reduction of this fat is functionally and aesthetically desirable. Since surgical reduction has serious risks, a noninvasive method for reduction of this fat would have important clinical benefits.

OBJECTIVE: The authors evaluate the reduction in VAT in an animal model using injection lipolysis.

METHODS: Phosphatidylcholine was injected in half of the omentum of 16 dogs (weight 30-40 kg) by surgical laparotomy. The dogs' vital signs were followed postoperatively. A second laparotomy was performed at 2 weeks (n = 10), 4 weeks (n = 4), or 6 weeks (n = 2). Reduction of fat in the injected side was assessed by comparing with the control side. Specimens of the injected and the control sides were examined microscopically. Intraperitoneal cultures were also obtained.

RESULTS: There was a major reduction in the amount of fat in all 16 dogs. No intraperitoneal abscesses, collections, or adhesions developed, and there was no injury to any intra-abdominal organs. Microscopic examination showed significant fat loss and lysis of fat cells with cellular infiltrate formed of predominantly macrophages, with fibrosis developing in the 6-week specimens. No bacterial or fungal growth was observed on the cultures. The dogs' vital signs showed no significant variation from the preoperative baseline.

CONCLUSIONS: Injection lipolysis is effective and safe in reducing VAT in dogs. Further studies are needed to prove its efficacy and safety in humans and refine its indications and method of injection.

Nora S. Abdel-Kadera, Aida L. El-Ansarya, T. E. - T. M. E. A. M. F., "Synthesis and characterization of Schiff base complexes derived from cephradine: Fluorescence, photostability and photobiological applications", Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry: Elsevier, 2016. Abstract
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Nora S. Abdel-Kadera, Aida L. El-Ansarya, T. E. - T. M. E. A. M. F., "Synthesis and characterization of Schiff base complexes derived from cephradine: Fluorescence, photostability and photobiological applications", Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry: Elsevier, 2016. Abstract
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Nora Elsayed Clinical instructor in Nursing administration, Faculty of Nursing, C. U., C. U. E. Eglal AhmedوAssistant Professor in Nursing administration, Faculty of Nursing, and C. U. E. Magda A/Elhamidو Assistant Professor in Nursing administration, Faculty of Nursing, "The Expected Role of Triage Nurse in Emergency Reception of a University Hospital, in Egypt", Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare, vol. Vol.4, issue No.16, pp. 69-78, 2014.
Nora Ali, Hany Elsayed, M. E. - S. H. A., and R. Daoud, "Effect of Decentralized Clustering Algorithms and Hamming Coding on WSN Lifetime and Throughput", Cutting Edge Research in New Technologies Edited by Constantin Volosencu, ISBN 978-953-51-0463-6, Published: under CC BY 3.0 license, in subject Technology, DOI: 10.5772/2431, 2012. Abstract
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and Nora A. Shaker* 1, Marwa H. Hassan2, I. E. 2 Y. A. 3 S. E. L. G. A. H. M., "Anatomical, Histological, and Ultrasonographical Studies on the Liver of Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) with its Arterial Blood Distribution and Biliary Ducts", International Journal of Veterinary Science, 2023.
Nora A. Shaker, and A. M. Ibrahium, "Anatomical and Histological Features of the Gastrointestinal Tract in the Nile Crocodile, (Crocodylus Niloticus) with Special reference to its Arterial Blood Supply", Advances in Animal and Veterinary Sciences, vol. 9, issue 5, pp. 692, 2021.
Nora A, S., and N. A. Noor, "Morphological Features of the Bones and the Arterial Supply of the Wing in the Hooded Crow (Corvus cornix) with Special Reference to the Muscles of Flight", International Journal of Veterinary Science, vol. 6, issue 2, pp. 96-103, 2017.
Nora A, S., and N. A. Noor, "Morphological Features of the Bones and the Arterial Supply of the Wing in the Hooded Crow (Corvus cornix) with Special Reference to the Muscles of Flight", International Journal of Veterinary Science, vol. 2017, 6(2), issue P-ISSN: 2304-3075 E-ISSN: 2305-4360, pp. 96-103, 2017. ljnh.pdf
Noorzad, R., T. A. Poor, M. Omidvar, M. A. Abdou, A. A. Soliman, E. N. Aksan, A. Ozdes, E. N. Aksan, A. Ozdes, T. Ozis, et al., "Variational iteration method for one dimensional nonlinear thermoelasticity.", Journal of Applied Sciences, vol. 8, no. 2: orgz, pp. 245–251, 2005. Abstract
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Noorossana, R., M. Eyvaziana, A. Amirhossein, and M. A. Mahmoud, "Statistical Monitoring of Multivariate Multiple Linear Regression Profiles in Phase I with Calibration Application", Quality and Reliability Engineering International, vol. 26, pp. 291-303, 2010.
Noori S. Anad, Gamal Abdel Fattah, K. E. A., and L. Z. Ismail, "Laser Interaction with ZnO Nanostructure Enhanced by Microwave Plasma", New York Science Journal, vol. 5, no. 12: Marsland Press, pp. pp137–142, 2012. Abstract
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Noor, N. A., and A. F. ELKARMOTY, "Anatomical, Radiographical and Magnetic Resonance Imaging features of normal Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) in camels (Camelus dromedarius): A special reference to TMJ surgical approach", International Journal of Advanced Research in Biological Sciences, vol. 5, issue 2, pp. 34-43, 2018.
Noor, A., A. Barnawi, R. Nour, A. Assiri, and M. El-Beltagy, "Analysis of the Stochastic Population Model with Random Parameters", Entropy, vol. 22, no. 5, 2020. AbstractWebsite

The population models allow for a better understanding of the dynamical interactions with the environment and hence can provide a way for understanding the population changes. They are helpful in studying the biological invasions, environmental conservation and many other applications. These models become more complicated when accounting for the stochastic and/or random variations due to different sources. In the current work, a spectral technique is suggested to analyze the stochastic population model with random parameters. The model contains mixed sources of uncertainties, noise and uncertain parameters. The suggested algorithm uses the spectral decompositions for both types of randomness. The spectral techniques have the advantages of high rates of convergence. A deterministic system is derived using the statistical properties of the random bases. The classical analytical and/or numerical techniques can be used to analyze the deterministic system and obtain the solution statistics. The technique presented in the current work is applicable to many complex systems with both stochastic and random parameters. It has the advantage of separating the contributions due to different sources of uncertainty. Hence, the sensitivity index of any uncertain parameter can be evaluated. This is a clear advantage compared with other techniques used in the literature.

Noor, N. A., E. N. Hosny, Y. A. Khadrawy, I. M. Mourad, A. I. Othman, H. A. S. ezz, and H. S. Mohammed, "Effect of curcumin nanoparticles on streptozotocin-induced male Wistar rat model of Alzheimer’s disease", Metabolic Brain Disease, vol. 37, pp. 343–357, 2022.
Noor, N. A., "EFFECT OF KAVA EXTRACT ON SOME AMINO ACID NEUROTRANSMITTERS IN CERTAIN BRAIN AREAS OF ADULT MALE ALBINO RATS", African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, vol. 4, issue 11, pp. 823-828, 2008.
Noor, S. O., D. A. Al-Zahrani, R. M. Hussein, M. N. Baeshen, T. A. A. Moussa, N. A. Baeshen, and J. P. Huelsenbeck, "Comparative Transcriptome of Transcription Factors in Rhazya Stricta and Some Other Desert Plants", Entomology and Applied Science Letters, vol. 7, issue 4, pp. 42 - 57, 2020. Abstract2020-_entomol_appl_sci_lett.pdfWebsite

The transcription factors families (TFs) play a critical role in the response regulation of plants to abiotic stresses. The three plant lineages (E. desvauxii, C. colocynthis & Z. simplex) can be separated on the PC1 level, while R. stricta and S. Italica can be distinguished from each other on the PC2 level. A unique 225 transcripts in each of R. stricta and E. desvauxii, 85 transcripts in C. colocynthis, 92 transcripts in S. Italica, and 41 transcripts in Z. simplex were identified. All five plants were shared in only 15 transcripts. Genes had significant gene ontology (GO), R. stricta (450), E. desvauxii (475), C. colocynthis (197), S. Italica (223), and Z. simplex (75) were significantly assigned with GO terms for 29 transcriptional processes. The most abundant TF families in the five plants were MYB followed by, MYB-related, bHLH, and AP2-EREBP (1105, 803, 53 & 472 transcripts, respectively). The zinc TF families were the most transcribed and represented by 8 TF families (PLATZ, C2C2-CO-like, C3H, VOZ, C2C2-GATA, C2C2-DOF, C2H2 & ZF-HD), with the highest one (C3H TF family, 99 transcripts in both R. stricta & Z. simplex). The regulatory network showed that as heat response, 12 genes were upregulated in R. stricta and controlled several genes in some vital processes inside the plant, while E. desvauxii and S. Italica respond to heat by upregulation of 6 genes for each, C. colocynthis by regulation of 3 genes and the least one was Z. simplex by upregulation of two genes only.

Noor, N. A., H. S. Mohammed, N. A. Ahmed, and N. M. Radwan, "Variations in Amino Acid Neurotransmitters in some Brain Areas of Adult and Young Male Albino Rats Due to Exposure to Mobile Phone Radiation", European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences, vol. 15, pp. 729-742, 2011. AbstractCU-PDF.pdf

Background and Objectives: Mobile phone radiation and health concerns have been raised, especially following the enormous increase in the use of wireless mobile telephony throughout the world. The present study aims to investigate the effect of one hour daily exposure to electromagnetic radiation (EMR) with frequency of 900 Mz (SAR 1.165 w/kg, power density 0.02 mW/cm2) on the levels of amino acid neurotransmitters in the midbrain, cerebellum and medulla of adult and young male albino rats.

Noor, N. A., H. S. Mohammed, I. M. Mourad, Y. A. Khadrawy, and H. A. S. ezz, "A promising therapeutic potential of cerebrolysin in 6-OHDA ratmodel of Parkinson's disease", Life Sciences , vol. 155, pp. 174–179, 2016. a_promising_therapeutic_potential_of_cerebrolysin_in_6-ohda_rat_model_of.pdf
Noor, N. A., H. S. Mohammed, Y. A. Khadrawy, H. A. S. ezz, and N. M. Radwan, "Evaluation of the neuroprotective effect of taurine and green tea extract against oxidative stress induced by pilocarpine during status epilepticus", The Journal of Basic & Applied Zoology, vol. 72: No longer published by Elsevier, pp. 8–15, 2015. Abstract
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Noor, N. A., H. S. Mohammed, N. A. Ahmed, and N. M. Radwan, "Variations in amino acid neurotransmitters in some brain areas of adult and young male albino rats due to exposure to mobile phone radiation", Eur Rev Med Pharmacol Sci, vol. 15, no. 7, pp. 729–742, 2011. Abstract
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Noor, N. A., H. S. Mohammed, N. A. Ahmed, and N. M. Radwan, "Variations in amino acid neurotransmitters in some brain areas of adult and young male albino rats due to exposure to mobile phone radiation", European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences, vol. 15, pp. 729-742, 2011.
Noor, N. A., H. M. Fahmy, and I. M. Mouradc, "Evaluation of the Potential Neurotoxicity of Gold Nanoparticles in the Different Rat Brain Regions", International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research (IJSBAR, vol. 30, issue 5, pp. 114-129, 2016. nano.pdf
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