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1967
Soliman, A. A., Z. M. F. Rostom, and M. Z. Nawal Zohdy, "Alkaline and acid phosphatases in the silk glands of Bombyx mori L.", Proc. Egypt. Acad. Sciences, 20.23ـ28, vol. 20, pp. 23ـ28, 1967.
Soliman, A. A., Z. M. F. Rostom, and M. Z. Nawal Zohdy, "Enzymatic activity of the silk glands of Bombyx mori L", Ain Shams Science bull, vol. 11, 1967.
Soliman, A. A., Z. M. F. Rostom, and M. Z. Nawal Zohdy, "Morphogenesis and histogenesis of the silk glands of the silkworm Bombyx mori L", Ain Shams Science bull., vol. 11, pp. 11-29, 1967.
1970
Nofal, B., O. Al-Aguizy, A. Tharwat, and I. El-Khodary, "Comparative Analysis for Sections, Eras and Dynasties in Saqqara", Archaeological Sites and Museum Collections: Values, Problems and Solutions Conference, 1970. Abstract
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Girgis, N. I., M. T. Khayyal, E. McConnell, and J. Norton, "Penicillamine as an adjuvant to antimonial therapy, effect on electrocardiographic changes in dogs.", East African medical journal, vol. 47, issue 11, pp. 576-81, 1970 Nov. Abstract

Intravenous injections of tartar emetic at 5 mg/kg body-weight daily for 4 days were given to 55 healthy dogs. Concomitant injections of 11 mg/kg penicillamine were given to 25 of the dogs. 26% of the dogs given tartar emetic alone died during or shortly after treatment, but the mortality of dogs receiving the combined treatment was only 8%. Changes in electrocardiographic pattern were observed in 90% of tartar emetic-treated dogs and in 55% of dogs treated with combined tartar emetic and penicillamine.

Girgis, N. I., M. T. Khayyal, E. McConnell, and J. Norton, "Penicillamine as an adjuvant to antimonial therapy, effect on electrocardiographic changes in dogs.", East African medical journal, vol. 47, issue 11, pp. 576-81, 1970 Nov. Abstract
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Girgis, N. I., M. T. Khayyal, E. McConnell, and J. Norton, "Penicillamine as an adjuvant to antimonial therapy, effect on electrocardiographic changes in dogs.", East African medical journal, vol. 47, issue 11, pp. 576-81, 1970 Nov. Abstract
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1971
Dahle, H. K., M. Hilali, and J. Nordal, "Proteolytic Enzyme of Calliphora Erythrocephala (Meigen) Larvae and its Significance in Meat Spoilage", Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica, vol. 21, issue 3: Taylor & Francis, pp. 183-188, 1971. Abstract
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1972
El-Shazly, and M. Z. Nawal Zohdy, "Der EinfluB auBerer Faktoren auf die haemocytäre Abwehrreaktionen von Neomyzus circumflexus (Buck.). (Homoptera: Aphididae).", Zietschrift fur angewandete Entomologie. , vol. 70, pp. 414-436, 1972.
1973
B, W. E. N. T. W. O. R. T., M. Wineland, M. Mashaly, J. Proudman, Z. I. M. M. E. R. M. A. N, and W. Burke, "STATUS AND IMPORTANCE OF RADIOIMMUNOASSAY IN POULTRY RESEARCH", POULTRY SCIENCE, vol. 52, issue 5: POULTRY SCIENCE ASSOC INC 1111 NORTH DUNLAP AVE, SAVOY, IL 61874, pp. 2005-2005, 1973. Abstract
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1974
Shawky, M. E., M. A. Naga, A. A. SI, and M. S. Heakal, "Aggregate stability and their size distribution in some halosols in Egypt.", The Desert Institute Bulletin, 1974. Abstract
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El-Rifai, M. A., and T. NE, "Temperature transients in fixed bed heat regenerators", Chemical Engineering Science, vol. 29, no. 8: Pergamon, pp. 1687–1694, 1974. Abstract
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1975
Atef, M., and P. Nielsen, "Metabolism of sulphadiazine in goats", Xenobiotica, vol. 5, no. 3: Informa UK Ltd UK, pp. 167–172, 1975. Abstract
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Ismail, I. A., V. Notananda, and J. Schepens, "New concepts in pathogenesis and treatment of varicocele.", Acta tropica, 1975. Abstract

Studies on malaria and on A. b. balabacensis and A. minimus responses to DDT spraying were conducted in a forested hilly area in northern Thailand. In a first phase, base-line data were collected from July 1970 to March 1972. In a second phase, the study area received five round of DDT spraying over a period of two years and at the same time all malaria infections received radical treatment. During this two-year period of field operations, entomological and epidemiological observations were continued. The studies carried out in the second phase, showed that malaria transmission decreased under the applied optimum anti-malarial measures but was not interrupted. Human ecology and population movement inside the forest, especially during the dry season, contributed to a great extent to this result. The transmission occurring in the early part of the monsoon season clearly indicates the importance of the timing of DDT spraying. A. b. balabacensis appeared to be transmitting malaria all the year round in the deep forest but only in the monsoon season in the forest fringe. The vectorial capacity of both vectors was estimated separately for indoor and outdoor populations. The pre-spraying values obtained for A. b. balabacensis were much higher thaan for A. minimus. After DDT spraying A. b. balabacensis showed a decrease in vectorial capacity estimated at 31.5 times for the indoor population and 18 times for the outdoor population. A. minimus, on the other hand, showed a much smaller decrease, estimated at 6.8 and 1.9 times for the indoor and outdoor populations respectively.

Nour-Eldin, E. M., Y. E. Hamza, and H. H. Zedan, "Solubilization and antimicrobial effect of chloramphenicol. ", Bull. Fac. Pharm. Cairo Univ. , vol. 12, pp. 48-54, 1975.
Nawal Zohdy, M. Z., and R. G. Abou-Elela, "Effect of photoperiod on the developmental stages of Spodoptera littoralis (boisd.) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)", Z. ang. Ent., vol. 79, pp. 52-56, 1975.
Nawal Zohdy, M. Z., "Host selection and host suitability of Bracon hebetor (Say) (Braconidae,Hymenoptera)", Bull. Faculty of Science, Cairo Univ, vol. 48, pp. 301-314, 1975.
Abou-Elela, R. G., and M. Z. Nawal Zohdy, "Uber die Wirkung der photoperiode auf den Schlupf-rythmus der Falter von Spodoptera littoralis (boisd.) (Lep., Noctuidae) ", Anz. Schadlingskde. pflanzenschutz, Umweltschutz, vol. 48, pp. 150-154, 1975.
Coscia, L., P. Causa, E. Giuliani, and A. Nunziata, "Pharmacological properties of new neuroleptic compounds.", Arzneimittel-Forschung, vol. 25, issue 9, pp. 1436-42, 1975 Sep. Abstract

RMI 61 140, RMI 61 144 and RMI 61 280 are newly synthetized N-[8-R-dibenzo(b,f)oxepin-10-yl]-N'-methyl-piperazine-maleates which show interesting psychopharmacologic effects. This work contains the results of a study performed with these three compounds, in order to demonstrate their neuropsycholeptic activity in comparison with chloropromazine (CPZ) and chlordiazepoxide (CPD). The inhibition of motility observed in mice shows that the compounds reduce the normal spontaneous motility as well as the muscle tone. The central-depressant activity is evidenced by increased barbiturate-induced sleep and a remarkable eyelid ptosis can also be observed. Our compounds do not show any activity on electroshock just as do CPZ and CPD. As to the antipsychotic outline, our compounds show strong reduction of lethality due to amphetamine in grouped mice and a strong antiapomorphine activity. They show also an antiaggressive effect and an inhibitory activity on avoidance behaviour much stronger than CPZ. We have also found extrapyramidal effects, as catalepsy, common to many tranquillizers of the kind of the standards used by us. As for vegetative phenomena, the compounds show hypotensive dose related action ranging from moderate to strong, probably due to an a-receptor inhibition. Adrenolytic activity against lethal doses of adrenaline, antiserotonin and antihistaminic effects, as well as other actions (hypothermia, analgesia, etc.) confirm that RMI 61 140, RMI 61 144 and RMI 61 280 are endowed with pharmacologic properties similar and more potent than those of CPZ. Studies on the metabolism of brain catecholamines show that they are similar to CPZ, although with less effect on dopamine level.

Coscia, L., P. Causa, E. Giuliani, and A. Nunziata, "Pharmacological properties of new neuroleptic compounds.", Arzneimittel-Forschung, vol. 25, issue 9, pp. 1436-42, 1975 Sep. Abstract

RMI 61 140, RMI 61 144 and RMI 61 280 are newly synthetized N-[8-R-dibenzo(b,f)oxepin-10-yl]-N'-methyl-piperazine-maleates which show interesting psychopharmacologic effects. This work contains the results of a study performed with these three compounds, in order to demonstrate their neuropsycholeptic activity in comparison with chloropromazine (CPZ) and chlordiazepoxide (CPD). The inhibition of motility observed in mice shows that the compounds reduce the normal spontaneous motility as well as the muscle tone. The central-depressant activity is evidenced by increased barbiturate-induced sleep and a remarkable eyelid ptosis can also be observed. Our compounds do not show any activity on electroshock just as do CPZ and CPD. As to the antipsychotic outline, our compounds show strong reduction of lethality due to amphetamine in grouped mice and a strong antiapomorphine activity. They show also an antiaggressive effect and an inhibitory activity on avoidance behaviour much stronger than CPZ. We have also found extrapyramidal effects, as catalepsy, common to many tranquillizers of the kind of the standards used by us. As for vegetative phenomena, the compounds show hypotensive dose related action ranging from moderate to strong, probably due to an a-receptor inhibition. Adrenolytic activity against lethal doses of adrenaline, antiserotonin and antihistaminic effects, as well as other actions (hypothermia, analgesia, etc.) confirm that RMI 61 140, RMI 61 144 and RMI 61 280 are endowed with pharmacologic properties similar and more potent than those of CPZ. Studies on the metabolism of brain catecholamines show that they are similar to CPZ, although with less effect on dopamine level.

Akamatsu, N., H. Nakajima, M. Ono, and Y. Miura, "Increase in acetyl CoA synthetase activity after phenobarbital treatment.", Biochemical pharmacology, vol. 24, issue 18, pp. 1725-7, 1975 Sep 15. Abstract
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1976
Hemphill, F., H. Khater, F. Inayatullah, G. Raithby, A. B. Strong, and W. B. Nicoll, "A Finite-Interval Analytic Solution Technique for Transient Two-Phase Flows", Two-Phase Transport and Reactor Safety, vol. 2, pp. 815–837, 1976. Abstract
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