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Maamary, P. G., N. B. L. Zakour, J. N. Cole, A. Hollands, R. K. Aziz, T. C. Barnett, A. J. Cork, A. Henningham, M. Sanderson-Smith, J. D. McArthur, et al., "Tracing the evolutionary history of the pandemic group A streptococcal M1T1 clone", The FASEB Journal, vol. 26, no. 11: Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, pp. 4675–4684, 2012. Abstract
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Rostom, Y., M. hayam Lotfy, M. Öztürk, G. Tiris, N. Erk, and S. S. Saleh, "Trade-off efficacy and data processing strategy in the power of spectral resolution of co-formulated antihypertensive pharmaceuticals", Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, vol. 247, pp. 119080, 2021.
Olia, A., S. Razavi, B. Abdulhai, and H. Abdelgawad, "Traffic capacity implications of automated vehicles mixed with regular vehicles", Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems, vol. 22, issue 2, pp. 244-262, 2018.
Fritsche, H., T. Heilmann, R. J. Tower, C. Hauser, A. von Au, D. El-Sheikh, G. M. Campbell, G. Alp, D. Schewe, S. Hübner, et al., "TRAIL-R2 promotes skeletal metastasis in a breast cancer xenograft mouse model", Oncotarget, vol. 6, no. 11: Impact Journals, LLC, pp. 9502, 2015. Abstract
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Tawfik, D., C. Groth, J. - P. Gundlach, M. Peipp, D. Kabelitz, T. Becker, H. - H. Oberg, A. Trauzold, and D. Wesch, "TRAIL-receptor 4 modulates gamma-delta T cell-cytotoxicity toward cancer cells", Frontiers in immunology, vol. 10: Frontiers Media SA, pp. 2044, 2019. Abstract

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Ouni, S., M. M. Cohen, and D. W. Massaro, "Training Baldi to be multilingual: A case study for an Arabic Badr", Speech Communication, vol. 45, no. 2, pp. 115 - 137, 2005. AbstractWebsite

In this paper, we describe research to extend the capability of an existing talking head, Baldi, to be multilingual. We use parsimonious client/server architecture to impose autonomy in the functioning of an auditory speech module and a visual speech synthesis module. This scheme enables the implementation and the joint application of text-to-speech synthesis and facial animation in many languages simultaneously. Additional languages can be added to the system by defining a unique phoneme set and unique phoneme definitions for the visible speech for each language. The accuracy of these definitions is tested in perceptual experiments in which human observers identify auditory speech in noise presented alone or paired with the synthetic versus a comparable natural face. We illustrate the development of an Arabic talking head, Badr, and demonstrate how the empirical evaluation enabled the improvement of the visible speech synthesis from one version to another.

Osman, A. A. E., R. A. El-Khoribi, M. E. Shoman, and W. M. A. Shalaby, "Trajectory learning using posterior hidden Markov model state distribution", Egyptian Informatics Journal, 2017. AbstractWebsite

Many life applications are extremely depending on using the robots, thus the human are seeking to develop efficient robots. Robot learning is to acquire extra knowledge in order to achieve objective configuration. In addition, robot learning from demonstration is about teaching the robot how to do specific task by the guidance of the human. Till now, learning from demonstration depends on discrete data which may cause distortion in the learning outcome. So that, preprocessing phase for the data is necessarily to handle this distortion. In this paper, we propose a new scheme for generating a generalized trajectory by employing set of demonstrated trajectories. Such that preprocessed data is used initially instead of the raw data, the preprocessing is done using posterior hidden Markov model state distribution. The rest of the model is based on set of key points identified for each demonstration. Our proposed scheme is experimentally compared to the previous works. The results show that our proposed scheme is able to reduce the error in comparison to other recent schemes with insignificant added computational cost.

Osman, A. A. E., R. A. El-Khoribi, M. E. Shoman, and M. A. W. Shalaby, "Trajectory learning using posterior hidden Markov model state distribution", Egyptian Informatics Journal, vol. 18, issue 3, pp. 171-180, 2017.
Osman, A. A. E., R. A. El-Khoribi, M. E. Shoman, and M. A. W. Shalaby, "Trajectory learning using posterior hidden Markov model state distribution", Egyptian Informatics Journal, vol. 18, no. 3: Elsevier, pp. 171–180, 2017. Abstract
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Skowron, J. P. A. F., V. M. E. W. Orłowska, and R. S. W. Ziarko, Transactions on Rough Sets VII, , 2007. Abstract
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Skowron, J. P. A. F., V. M. E. W. Orłowska, and R. S. W. Ziarko, Transactions on Rough Sets VII, , 2007. Abstract
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Abdelaziz, A. O., A. H. Abdelmaksoud, M. M. Nabeel, H. I. Shousha, A. A. Cordie, S. H. Mahmoud, E. medhat, D. Omran, and T. M. Elbaz, "Transarterial Chemoembolization Combined with Either Radiofrequency or Microwave Ablation in Management of Hepatocellular Carcinoma", Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention : APJCP, vol. 18, issue 1, pp. 189-194, 2017 01 01. Abstract

Introduction: Local ablative therapy and trans arterial chemoembolization (TACE) are applied to ablate non resectable hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). Combination of both techniques has proven to be more effective. We aimed to study combined ablation techniques and assess survival benefit comparing TACE with radiofrequency (RFA) versus TACE with microwave (MWA) techniques. Methods: We retrospectively studied 22 patients who were ablated using TACE-RFA and 45 with TACE-MWA. All were classified as Child A-B and lesions did not exceed 5 cm in diameter. TACE was followed within two weeks by either RFA or MWA. We recorded total and partial ablation rates and complication rates. Survival analysis was then performed. Results: TACE-MWA showed a higher tendency to provide complete response rates than TACE-RFA (P 0.06). This was particularly evident with lesions sized 3-5 cm (P 0.01). Rates of complications showed no significant difference between the groups. Overall median survival was 27 months. The overall actuarial probability of survival was 80.1% at 1 year, 55% at 2 years, and 36.3% at 3 years. The recurrence free survival at 1 year, 2years and 3 years for the TACE-RFA group was 70%, 42% and 14% respectively and for TACE-MWA group 81.2%, 65.1% and 65.1% without any significant difference (P 0.1). In relation to the size of focal lesions, no statistically significant difference in the survival rates was detected between the groups. Conclusion: TACE-MWA led to better response rates than TACE-RFA with tumors 3-5 cm, with no difference in survival rates.

Abdelaziz, A. O., A. H. Abdelmaksoud, M. M. Nabeel, H. I. Shousha, A. A. Cordie, S. H. Mahmoud, E. medhat, D. Omran, and T. M. Elbaz, "Transarterial Chemoembolization Combined with Either Radiofrequency or Microwave Ablation in Management of Hepatocellular Carcinoma", Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention : APJCP, vol. 18, issue 1, pp. 189-194, 2017 01 01. Abstract

Introduction: Local ablative therapy and trans arterial chemoembolization (TACE) are applied to ablate non resectable hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). Combination of both techniques has proven to be more effective. We aimed to study combined ablation techniques and assess survival benefit comparing TACE with radiofrequency (RFA) versus TACE with microwave (MWA) techniques. Methods: We retrospectively studied 22 patients who were ablated using TACE-RFA and 45 with TACE-MWA. All were classified as Child A-B and lesions did not exceed 5 cm in diameter. TACE was followed within two weeks by either RFA or MWA. We recorded total and partial ablation rates and complication rates. Survival analysis was then performed. Results: TACE-MWA showed a higher tendency to provide complete response rates than TACE-RFA (P 0.06). This was particularly evident with lesions sized 3-5 cm (P 0.01). Rates of complications showed no significant difference between the groups. Overall median survival was 27 months. The overall actuarial probability of survival was 80.1% at 1 year, 55% at 2 years, and 36.3% at 3 years. The recurrence free survival at 1 year, 2years and 3 years for the TACE-RFA group was 70%, 42% and 14% respectively and for TACE-MWA group 81.2%, 65.1% and 65.1% without any significant difference (P 0.1). In relation to the size of focal lesions, no statistically significant difference in the survival rates was detected between the groups. Conclusion: TACE-MWA led to better response rates than TACE-RFA with tumors 3-5 cm, with no difference in survival rates.

Ahmed, A. N. M., E. M. Othman, H. E. M. Soliman, and W. A. I. Abouelnaga, "Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation versus Laser on Shoulder Functional Performance in Living Liver Donors", The Egyptian Journal of Hospital Medicine, vol. 85, 2021.
El-Gendy, N. A., N. A. Sabry, M. El-Attar, E. Omar, and M. Mahmoud, "Transdermal delivery of salbutamol sulphate: Formulation and evaluation", Pharmaceutical Development and Technology, vol. 14, issue 2, pp. 216 - 225, 2009. AbstractWebsite

Salbutamol patches were prepared and evaluated. The effect of different Eudragits and various plasticizers on the properties of the patches were studied. Patches were prepared by casting method employing different plasticizers. These patches were evaluated for weight, thickness uniformity, swelling index, tensile strength, elongation percent and moisture absorption capacity. Release was studied. Tensile strength of the patches using Eudragit RS 100 as well as RS100 L100 and triacetin was the lowest. Formulae containing 10% oleic acid and 5% dimethyl formamide, respectively, showed the highest permeability. These two formulae were studied clinically, the first formula only showed a significant improvement. © 2009 Informa UK Ltd.

Fadeel, D. A. A., M. Fadel, A. Tawfik, and Y. Omar, "Transfersomal eosin topical delivery assisted by fractional CO2 laser for photodynamic treatment of palmar hyperhidrosis: case study", Drug Delivery and Translational Research, 2022. AbstractWebsite
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Fadeel, D.A., fadel, Tawfik, A., and Y. Omar, "Transfersomal eosin topical delivery assisted by fractional CO2 laser for photodynamic treatment of palmar hyperhidrosis: case study", Drug Delivery and Translational Research, , vol. 12 , issue (12), , pp. 3000-3006, 2023.
Fadeel, D.A., fadel, Tawfik, A., and Y. Omar, "Transfersomal eosin topical delivery assisted by fractional CO2 laser for photodynamic treatment of palmar hyperhidrosis: case study", Drug Delivery and Translational Research, , vol. 12, issue 12, pp. 3000-3006, 2022.
Soliman, M. H., H. S. Omar, M. A. El-Awady, S. Al-Assal, and G. A. Y. El-Din, "Transformation and expression of Na+/H+antiporter vacuolar (AtNHX1) gene in tobacco plants under salt stress", Arab J Biotech, vol. 12, pp. 99-108, 2009.
Soliman, M. H., H. S. Omar, M. A. El-Awady, S. Al-Assal, and A. A. G. Y. El-Din, "Transformation and expression of Na+/H+antiporter vacuolar (AtNHX1) gene in tobacco plants under salt stress.", Arab J. Biotech.,, vol. 12, issue 1, pp. 99-108, 2008. Abstract
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OG, S., and Sadik NA, "Transforming growth factor beta 1 and monocyte chemoattractant protein-1 as prognostic markers of diabetic nephropathy.", Hum Exp Toxicol., vol. 1089-96., issue 10, pp. 32, 2013.
H, S., B. O, A. A, M. N, and A. O, "Transforming growth factor-β1 in children with diabetic nephropathy", Pediatric Nephrology, vol. 34, issue 1, pp. 81-85, 2019.
Yosry, A., R. F. Omar, M. E. Al Arab, H. Abdel-Hafez, M. Gohar, and G. Esmat, "Transient Elastography Can Predict the Risk of Hepatocellular Carcinoma in Patients with Chronic Hepatitis C", HEPATOLOGY, vol. 56, no. 1}, Meeting Abstract = {1385, pp. 844A, OCT, 2012. Abstract
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Shen, F., C. - X. Wu, Y. Yao, P. Peng, Z. - Y. Qin, Y. Wang, Y. Zheng, L. - F. Zhou, N. Gohar, M. Shehata, et al., "Transition over 35 Years in the Incidence Rates of Primary Central Nervous System Tumors in Shanghai, China and Histological Subtyping Based on a Single Center Experience Spanning 60 Years", Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, vol. 14, no. 12, pp. 7385–7393, 2013. Abstract
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