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Morgan, A., H. Elmiligi, W. M. El-Kharashi, F. Gebali, and others, "Unified multi-objective mapping and architecture customisation of networks-on-chip", Computers & Digital Techniques, IET, vol. 7, no. 6: IET, pp. 282–293, 2013. Abstract
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Haneline, M. R., F. P. Gabbai, R. Kassab, and M. Omary, "Unusual luminescence properties in arene complexes of the tridentate Lewis acid [(OC (6) F (4) HG)(3)].", ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, vol. 225: AMER CHEMICAL SOC 1155 16TH ST, NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20036 USA, pp. U150–U150, 2003. Abstract
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Haneline, M. R., F. P. Gabbai, R. Kassab, and M. Omary, "Unusual luminescence properties in arene complexes of the tridentate Lewis acid [(OC (6) F (4) HG)(3)].", ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, vol. 225: AMER CHEMICAL SOC 1155 16TH ST, NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20036 USA, pp. U150–U150, 2003. Abstract
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Salem, M., N. Tsurusaki, P. Divigalpitiya, and T. Osman, "Urban Growth Modelling Scenarios for Peri-urban Areas in Greater Cairo Region, ?Egypt?", Proceedings of the 15th International Conference of Computers in Urban planning and ?Urban ?management CUPUM University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia., 2017. Abstract
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MK, A. - K., K. NA, S. OG, and H. A., "Urinary 6-Sulphatoxymelatonin Levels and Sleep Disorders in Children With Migraine", J Child Neurol, 2013.
MK, A. - K., K. NA, S. OG, and H. A, "Urinary 6-sulphatoxymelatonin levels and sleep disorders in children with migraine", Journal of Child Neurology , vol. 29, pp. 947-951, 2014.
Tayeh, O., K. M. Taema, M. I. Eldesouky, and A. A. Omara, "Urinary albumin/creatinine ratio as an early predictor of outcome in critically-ill septic patients", The Egyptian Journal of Critical Care Medicine, vol. 4, issue 2, pp. 47-55, 1975 Sep 01, 2016. 1-s2.0-s2090730316300202-main.pdf
Tayeh, O., K. M. Taema, M. I. Eldesouky, and A. A. Omara, "Urinary albumin/creatinine ratio as an early predictor of outcome in critically-ill septic patients", The Egyptian Journal of Critical Care Medicine, vol. 4, pp. 47-55, 2016.
Abdou, M. S. M., D. A. Effat, L. A. Mansour, N. A. M. El Baky, M. A. M. Salam, and others, "Urinary lipoxin A4 as a biomarker for systemic lupus erythematosus", Egyptian Rheumatology and Rehabilitation, vol. 42, no. 2: Medknow Publications, pp. 55, 2015. Abstract
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El-Hamid, D. M. A., seham bakry hassan, M. S.Zaki, A. M.Elseasi, R. A.Ahmed, and M. Onsy, "Urinary Proteoms as Early Markers of Diabetic Nephropathy", Medical Journal for teaching hospital & institutes, vol. 25, 2012.
Osman, K. M., A. D. Kappell, F. ElHofy, A. Orabi, A. S. Mubarak, T. M. Dawoud, I. M. I. Moussa, and A. M. Hessain, "Urinary tract infection attributed to Escherichia coli isolated from participants attending an unorganized gathering.", Future microbiology, vol. 13, pp. 757-769, 2018 06 01. Abstract

AIM: Participants in an unorganized gathering are potential hosts of diseases, bringing diseases from around the world to be introduced to a large at-risk population. Therefore, we investigated the gene repertoire in 29 Escherichia coli strains linked to urinary tract infection isolated from patients transferred to the hospital after attending an unorganized gathering in Cairo.

MATERIALS & METHODS: Virulence and resistance determinants, phenotypic antibiotic resistance, biofilm formation, their serotypes and phylogenetic relationships were analyzed.

RESULTS: The 29 tested serovars were phenotypically virulent, with the prevalence of group B2, and resistant to tetracycline, naldixic acid, ampicillin, trimethoprim, neomycin, oxytetracycline and erythromycin encoding the iss virulent gene.

CONCLUSION: A One Health approach is a must to monitor and control E. coli urinary tract infections.

Osman, K. M., A. D. Kappell, F. ElHofy, A. Orabi, A. S. Mubarak, T. M. Dawoud, I. M. I. Moussa, and A. M. Hessain, "Urinary tract infection attributed to Escherichia coli isolated from participants attending an unorganized gathering.", Future microbiology, vol. 13, pp. 757-769, 2018 06 01. Abstract

AIM: Participants in an unorganized gathering are potential hosts of diseases, bringing diseases from around the world to be introduced to a large at-risk population. Therefore, we investigated the gene repertoire in 29 Escherichia coli strains linked to urinary tract infection isolated from patients transferred to the hospital after attending an unorganized gathering in Cairo.

MATERIALS & METHODS: Virulence and resistance determinants, phenotypic antibiotic resistance, biofilm formation, their serotypes and phylogenetic relationships were analyzed.

RESULTS: The 29 tested serovars were phenotypically virulent, with the prevalence of group B2, and resistant to tetracycline, naldixic acid, ampicillin, trimethoprim, neomycin, oxytetracycline and erythromycin encoding the iss virulent gene.

CONCLUSION: A One Health approach is a must to monitor and control E. coli urinary tract infections.

Al Ghananeem, A. M., B. H. Herman, M. Abbassi, E. Yu, K. Miotto, C. P. O'Brien, W. Ling, A. Montgomery, and R. Walsh, "Urine and plasma pharmacokinetics of lofexidine after oral delivery in opiate-dependent patients", The American journal of drug and alcohol abuse, vol. 35, no. 5: Informa UK Ltd UK, pp. 311–315, 2009. Abstract
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Maged*, A. M., H. Saad, E. Salah, H. Meshaal, M. Abdelbar, E. Omran, and A. Eldaly, "Urine test for HPV genotypes as a predictor of precancerous cervical lesions and for cervical cancer screening", International journal of gynaecology and obstetrics: the official organ of the International Federation of Gynaecology and Obstetrics, vol. 141, issue 1, pp. 332-336, 2018. hpv.pdf
Maged, A. M., H. Saad, E. Salah, H. Meshaal, M. Abdelbar, E. Omran, and A. Eldaly, "Urine test for HPV genotypes as a predictor of precancerous cervical lesions and for cervical cancer screening.", International journal of gynaecology and obstetrics: the official organ of the International Federation of Gynaecology and Obstetrics, vol. 141, issue 3, pp. 332-336, 2018. Abstract

OBJECTIVE: To assess the sensitivity of a urine test for high-risk HPV DNA genotypes in the detection of high-grade squamous intra-epithelial lesion (HSIL) and its correlation with pathologic precancerous lesions.

METHODS: The present prospective cross-sectional study included women referred to Kasr AlAiny Medical School, Cairo, Egypt, for cervical smear anomalies, a history of cervical smear anomalies, or for suspicious cervix between May 1, 2015, and April 30, 2017. Paired urine tests and cervical smears were performed. HPV DNA was detected in urine using polymerase chain reaction and cervical smears were performed with a cervical spatula and a cytobrush. Agreement between urine test results and pathology was examined.

RESULTS: In total, 1375 women were included. Urine test for high-risk HPV DNA demonstrated 97.8% (95% confidence interval [CI] 92.1%-99.7%) sensitivity and 100% (95% CI 99.7%-100.0%) specificity for HSIL. Overall, 87 women had a positive urine test for high-risk HPV; of these, 82 (94.3%, 95% CI 87.1%-98.1%) had pathologic findings of cervical intra-epithelial neoplasia 2 or 3 (CIN2/3). Similarly, 89 women had HSIL cytology; again, 82 had CIN2/3 (92.1%; 95% CI, 84.3%-96.4%).

CONCLUSION: There was good agreement between a positive urine test for high-risk HPV DNA genotypes and pathologic findings of CIN2/3.

Mansour, M., H. Fouad, and others, "Urine type IV collagen and endothelin-! in different stages of diabetic nephropathy: diagnostic and prognostic significance", EJB-The Egyptian Journal of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, vol. 21, no. 2, pp. 245–261, 2003. Abstract
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Salman, M. A., A. Salman, U. S. Mohamed, A. M. Hussein, M. A. Ameen, H. S. E. Omar, A. Elewa, A. Hamdy, A. A. - K. Elias, M. Tourky, et al., "Ursodeoxycholic acid for the prevention of gall stones after laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy: a prospective controlled study.", Surgical endoscopy, 2022. Abstract

BACKGROUND: Obesity is a risk factor for cholelithiasis. Besides, rapid weight loss after bariatric surgery upsurges the rate of cholelithiasis and acute cholecystitis. This study aimed to compare gallstone development frequency after LSG under ursodeoxycholic acid (UDCA) prophylaxis.

METHODS: This prospective controlled study included 332 patients scheduled for LSG randomized to receive 500 mg UDCA daily for 12 months (UDCA Group) or no treatment (Control Group). Ultrasonography was done 6 and 12 months after surgery to detect gallstones. Cholecystectomy was done for complicated cases of cholelithiasis.

RESULTS: Seventy-one patients were lost to follow-up, and 3 developed severe adverse effects of UDCA and excluded. Data are presented for 130 patients in the UDCA group and 128 in the Control group. Collectively, 11 patients (8.5%) of the UDCA group and 41 (32.0%) of the Control group developed gall stones during the first postoperative year (p < 0.001). Cholecystectomy was indicated in 3 patients (2.3%) of the UDCA group and 9 (7.0%) of the Control group (p = 0.072). On multivariate analysis, higher BMI, dyslipidemia, and lacking UDCA prophylaxis were the independent factors significantly associated with stone development. Also, stone development was associated with higher weight loss after 6 and 12 months.

CONCLUSION: UDCA 500 mg once daily for 12 months after LSG is effective in reducing gallstone formation at 1 year. UDCA administration reduced the frequency of cholecystectomies from 7 to 2.3%. High BMI and dyslipidemia are the independent preoperative factors significantly associated with stone development.

Osman, M., B. F. Zaitchik, and H. S. Badr, "US Flash Droughts—Definitions and Dynamics", 100th American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting: AMS, 2020. Abstract
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Kau, C. H., S. Richmond, A. Zhurov, M. Ovsenik, W. Tawfik, P. Borbely, and J. D. English, "Use of 3-dimensional surface acquisition to study facial morphology in 5 populations", American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, vol. 137, no. 4 SUPPL.: Mosby Inc., pp. S56.e1-S56.e9, 2010. AbstractWebsite

Introduction: The aim of this study was to assess the use of 3-dimensional facial averages for determining morphologic differences from various population groups. Methods: We recruited 473 subjects from 5 populations. Three-dimensional images of the subjects were obtained in a reproducible and controlled environment with a commercially available stereo-photogrammetric camera capture system. Minolta VI-900 (Konica Minolta, Tokyo, Japan) and 3dMDface (3dMD LLC, Atlanta, Ga) systems were used. Each image was obtained as a facial mesh and orientated along a triangulated axis. All faces were overlaid, one on top of the other, and a complex mathematical algorithm was performed until average composite faces of 1 man and 1 woman were achieved for each subgroup. These average facial composites were superimposed based on a previously validated superimposition method, and the facial differences were quantified. Results: Distinct facial differences were observed among the groups. The linear differences between surface shells ranged from 0.37 to 1.00 mm for the male groups. The linear differences ranged from 0.28 and 0.87 mm for the women. The color histograms showed that the similarities in facial shells between the subgroups by sex ranged from 26.70% to 70.39% for men and 36.09% to 79.83% for women. The average linear distance from the signed color histograms for the male subgroups ranged from -6.30 to 4.44 mm. The female subgroups ranged from -6.32 to 4.25 mm. Conclusions: Average faces can be efficiently and effectively created from a sample of 3-dimensional faces. Average faces can be used to compare differences in facial morphologies for various populations and sexes. Facial morphologic differences were greatest when totally different ethnic variations were compared. Facial morphologic similarities were present in comparable groups, but there were large variations in concentrated areas of the face. © 2010 American Association of Orthodontists.

Youssef, M. M. G., P. H. Pucher, K. Kennedy, C. Osborne, and T. Graja, "Use of Acellular Dermal Matrix versus Latissimus Dorsi Flap for Breast Reconstruction: Clinical and Patient-Reported Outcomes.", The breast journal, 2016 Aug 10.
El-Koofy, N., H. Soliman, M. - A. Elbarbary, M. Sheba, H. Fouad, and others, "Use of Anthropometry Versus Ultrasound for the Assessment of Body Fat and Comorbidities in Children With Obesity", Journal of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition, vol. 71, no. 6: LWW, pp. 782–788, 2020. Abstract
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Omar, A. M., M. M. El-Husseini, and M. H. El-Bishry, "The use of Bacillus thuringiensis var. kurstaki in protecting stored bee wax combs and wax foundations against the greater wax moth, Galleria mellonella L.", Egypt. J. Biol. Pest Control, vol. 14, issue 2, pp. 415-418, 2004.
Omar, A. M., M. M. El-Husseini, and M. H. El-Bishry, "The use of Bacillus thuringiensis var. kurstaki in protecting stored bee wax combs and wax foundations against the greater wax moth, Galleria mellonella L.", Egypt. J. Biol. Pest Control, vol. 14, issue 2, pp. 415-418, 2004. 68.pdf
Osman, E. A. I., The use of baculovirus system for experession of important genes, : Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo University, Ph.D Thesis, 2014. Abstract
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