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Gollmann, D., F. A. Omara, S. I. Zaki, and M. A. W. El-Soud, "Ancestors Protocol For Scalable Key Management", Egyptian Informatics Journal, vol. 11, issue 1, 2010.
Zalata, A., N. Mokhtar, A. Badawy, G. Othman, M. Alghobary, and T. Mostafa, "Androgen receptor expression relationship with semen variables in infertile men with varicocele", J Urol, vol. 189, issue 6, pp. 2243-7, 2013.
Ibrahim, F. A. M., Anesthetic considerations in high risk obstetric patients, , Giza, Cairo University, 2009.
Abdel-Hamid, M., J. Otte, C. De Gobba, A. Osman, and E. Hamad, "Angiotensin I-converting enzyme inhibitory activity and antioxidant capacity of bioactive peptides derived from enzymatic hydrolysis of buffalo milk proteins", International Dairy Journal, vol. 66: Elsevier Ltd, pp. 91-98, 2017. AbstractWebsite

Buffaloes' milk, which is consumed in many parts of the world, is a little-explored source of bioactive peptides. The angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE)-inhibitory activity and the antioxidant capacity of peptides from buffaloes' milk were examined. A retentate from buffaloes' skimmed milk was hydrolysed using papain, pepsin or trypsin. The papain hydrolysate showed the highest ACE-inhibitory activity and radical scavenging capacity and was fractionated by size exclusion chromatography (SEC) and characterized by LC-MS analysis. A SEC-fraction with intermediate peptide size showed very high ACE-inhibitory activity, while two fractions with small peptides exhibited the strongest antioxidant activity. Peptide identification by ultra-performance liquid-chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry showed that these active fractions contained known bioactive sequences, in addition to novel peptides with supposed ACE-inhibitory (FPGPIPK, IPPK, IVPN, and QPPQ) and antioxidant (YPSG, HPFA and KFQ) activities. The results obtained showed the potential of buffaloes' milk proteins to release ACE-inhibitory and antioxidant peptides. © 2016 Elsevier Ltd

Abdel-Hamid, M., J. Otte, C. De Gobba, A. Osman, and E. Hamad, "Angiotensin I-converting enzyme inhibitory activity and antioxidant capacity of bioactive peptides derived from enzymatic hydrolysis of buffalo milk proteins", International Dairy Journal, vol. 66, pp. 91-98, 2017. AbstractWebsite
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Abdel-Hamid, M., J. Otte, C. De Gobba, A. Osman, and E. Hamad, "Angiotensin I-converting enzyme inhibitory activity and antioxidant capacity of bioactive peptides derived from enzymatic hydrolysis of buffalo milk proteins", International Dairy Journal, vol. 66, pp. 91-98, 2017. AbstractWebsite
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Abdel-Hamid, M., J. Otte, C. De Gobba, A. Osman, and E. Hamad, "Angiotensin I-converting enzyme inhibitory activity and antioxidant capacity of bioactive peptides derived from enzymatic hydrolysis of buffalo milk proteins", International Dairy Journal, vol. 66, pp. 91-98, 2017. AbstractWebsite
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Ismail, W. M., S. M. Ezzat, H. E. Michel, K. A. D. R. I. Y. A. S. EL DEEB, A. M. El-Fishawy, and others, "Angiotensin-converting enzyme and renin inhibition activities, antioxidant properties, phenolic and flavonoid contents of Cuphea ignea A. DC", Journal of Reports in Pharmaceutical Sciences, vol. 9, no. 1: Medknow Publications, pp. 92, 2020. Abstract
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Osman, A., A. El-Hadary, A. A. Korish, H. M. AlNafea, M. A. Alhakbany, A. A. Awad, and M. Abdel-Hamid, "Angiotensin-I converting enzyme inhibition and antioxidant activity of papain-hydrolyzed camel whey protein and its hepato-renal protective effects in thioacetamide-induced toxicity", Foods, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 1-11, 2021. AbstractWebsite
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Osman, A., A. El-Hadary, A. A. Korish, H. M. AlNafea, M. A. Alhakbany, A. A. Awad, and M. Abdel-Hamid, "Angiotensin-I converting enzyme inhibition and antioxidant activity of papain-hydrolyzed camel whey protein and its hepato-renal protective effects in thioacetamide-induced toxicity", Foods, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 1-11, 2021. AbstractWebsite
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Chatrchyan, S., V. Khachatryan, A. M. Sirunyan, A. Tumasyan, W. Adam, T. Bergauer, M. Dragicevic, J. Erö, C. Fabjan, M. Friedl, et al., "Angular analysis and branching fraction measurement of the decay B0→K*0μ+μ-", Physics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and High-Energy Physics, vol. 727, no. 1-3, pp. 77-100, 2013. AbstractWebsite
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Al-Souti, A., W. Gallardo, M. Claereboudt, O. Mahgoub, R. Mendoza, A. De Dois, C. Vazquez, E. Cruz, D. Ricque, C. Aguilera, et al., "Animal by-products-the case for recycling: Possibilities for profitable nutritional upgrading.", International Journal of Poultry Science, vol. 17, no. 8: orgz, pp. 143–151, 2001. Abstract
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Hoff, S., J. Halbritter, D. Epting, V. Frank, T. M. Nguyen, J. van Reeuwijk, C. Boehlke, C. Schell, T. Yasunaga, M. Helmstädter, et al., "ANKS6 is a central component of a nephronophthisis module linking NEK8 to INVS and NPHP3", Nature Genetics, vol. 45, issue 8, pp. 951–956, 2013. AbstractWebsite

Nephronophthisis is an autosomal recessive cystic kidney disease that leads to renal failure in childhood or adolescence. Most NPHP gene products form molecular networks. Here we identify ANKS6 as a new NPHP family member that connects NEK8 (NPHP9) to INVS (NPHP2) and NPHP3. We show that ANKS6 localizes to the proximal cilium and confirm its role in renal development through knockdown experiments in zebrafish and Xenopus laevis. We also identify six families with ANKS6 mutations affected by nephronophthisis, including severe cardiovascular abnormalities, liver fibrosis and situs inversus. The oxygen sensor HIF1AN hydroxylates ANKS6 and INVS and alters the composition of the ANKS6-INVS-NPHP3 module. Knockdown of Hif1an in Xenopus results in a phenotype that resembles loss of other NPHP proteins. Network analyses uncovered additional putative NPHP proteins and placed ANKS6 at the center of this NPHP module, explaining the overlapping disease manifestation caused by mutation in ANKS6, NEK8, INVS or NPHP3.

Agarwal, R. P., M. Bohner, S. R. Grace, and D. O’Regan, Annals of the University of Craiova, Volume 33 (2006), , 2006. Abstract
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Harbi, K. B. A., I. M. E. Ashmawy, H. M. Omar, and N. A. - Wab, "Ant-tick activity methanol-extracted plants indigenous in Saudi Arabia", Journal of Animal and veterinary Advances, vol. 14, issue 13-24, pp. 407-412, 2015.
AHMAD H. ASHRY, M. S., M. D. WAEL M. AL-MAHDY, M. D. AHMAD S. HASSAN, M. D. OMAR M. AL-FALAKY, and M. D. MOHAMMED A. THABET, "Anterior Cervical Discectomy with Fusion Versus Posterior Cervical Foraminotomy in Single Unilateral Cervical Disc Prolapse", kasralainy journal of medicine , vol. 1, issue 6, 2016. Abstract

Objective: The aim of this work is to evaluate the role of posterior cervical foraminotomy for the treatment of cervical radiculopathy caused by single level cervical disc lesion as compared to anterior cervical discectomy and fusion by cage. Methods: Prospective randomised comparative study of a clinical series of 30 patients with unilateral cervical radiculopathy treated by either anterior cervical discectomy or fusion by cage (15 patients) or posterior cervical foraminotomy (15 patients) in Cairo University Hospitals. Results: Average age of presentation was 39 years. Males were more affected then females. Right sided radiculopathy was more commonthan left side. The most common operated level was C5-6. Excellent and good outcomes were obtained in 80% of the patients in ACDF group and 60% in posterior foraminotomy group. Conclusion: ACDF is superior to posterior cervical foraminotomy in treatment of single unilateral posterolateral cervical disc disease regarding operative time ,post operative hospital stay, complications, improvement of symptoms and short term follow up.

Mansour, H., A. Badr, A. Osman, and M. Atef, "Anterior maxillary sandwich osteotomy technique with simultaneous implant placement: A novel approach for management of vertical deficiency", Clinical Implant Dentistry and Related Research, 11, 2018. Abstract
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Elmaidomy, A. H., U. R. Abdelmohsen, F. Alsenani, H. F. Aly, S. G. E. Shams, E. A. Younis, K. A. Ahmed, A. M. Sayed, A. I. Owis, N. Afifia, et al., "The anti-Alzheimer potential of Tamarindus indica: an in vivo investigation supported by in vitro and in silico approaches", RSC Advances, vol. 12, pp. 11769–11785, 2022.
Omar, A., I. Abo-Elyoun, H. Hussein, M. Nabih, H. Atwa, S. Gad, and Y. Emad, "Anti-cyclic citrullinated peptide (anti-CCP) antibody in juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA): Correlations with disease activity and severity of joint damage (a multicenter trial).", Joint Bone Spine, vol. 80, issue 1, 2013.
El-Marasy, S. A., S. E. A. Awdan, A. Hassan, O. A. Ahmed-Farid, and H. A. Ogaly, "Anti-depressant effect of cerebrolysin in reserpine-induced depression in rats: Behavioral, biochemical, molecular and immunohistochemical evidence", Chemico-Biological Interactions, vol. 334, pp. 1-13, 2021.
El-Amin, M., P. Virk, M. A. R. Elobeid, Z. M. Almarhoon, Z. K. Hassan, S. A. Omer, N. M. Merghani, M. H. Daghestani, and E. M. Al-Olayan, "Anti-diabetic effect of Murraya koenigii (L) and Olea europaea (L) leaf extracts on streptozotocin induced diabetic rats.", Pakistan journal of pharmaceutical sciences, vol. 26, issue 2, pp. 359-65, 2013. Abstract

Phytotherapy has a promising future in the management of diabetes, considered to be less toxic and free from side effects as compared to the use of synthetic drugs. The aim of the present study was to assess the antidiabetic possible of orally administered aqueous extracts of Murraya koenigii (ML) and Olea europaea (OL) leaves (100 and 200 mg/kg doses), in streptozotocin (70 mg/kg) induced diabetic rats. Metformin was used as a standard drug. Blood glucose, cholesterol, triglycerides, creatinine levels and body weight were estimated. ML and OL administration showed significant decrease (p>0.05) in cholesterol, triglyceride, and serum glucose levels (range 55.6%-64.6%) compared to the metformin (62.7%); however, there was no significant effect on body weight and serum creatinine. Our results suggest that both the ML and OL possess a potent antihyperglycemic and hypolipidemic effect, which may be due to the presence of antioxidants such as carbazole alkaloids and polyphenols.

Ouf, S. A., T. A. Moussa, A. M. Abd-Elmegeed, and S. R. Eltahlawy, "Anti-fungal potential of ozone against some dermatophytes", Brazilian Journal of Microbiology, vol. 47, issue 3: Elsevier, pp. 697-702, 2016. Abstract

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Ouf, S. A., T. A. Moussa, A. M. Abd-Elmegeed, and S. R. Eltahlawy, "Anti-fungal potential of ozone against some dermatophytes", brazilian journal of microbiology, vol. 47, issue 3: SBM, pp. 697-702, 2016. Abstract
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Hassan, G. S., H. H. Georgey, E. Z. Mohammed, and F. A. Omar, "Anti-hepatitis-C virus activity and QSAR study of certain thiazolidinone and thiazolotriazine derivatives as potential NS5B polymerase inhibitors", European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, vol. 184, pp. 111747, 2019. 20-ejmc_esraa.pdf
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