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Osman, R. B., K. Morgaine, W. Duncan, and Sunyoung Ma, "Patients’ perspectives on zirconia and titanium implants with a novel distribution supporting maxillary and mandibular overdentures: A qualitative study.", Clinical Oral Implants Research , vol. 25, pp. 587-597, 2014.
Osman, T. A., E. El-Giddawy, M. Bakery, and A. Salama, "Investigation of fuzzy logic approach for selecting hydraulic directional control valves at the preliminary design stage", Journal of Intelligent & Fuzzy Systems, vol. 13, pp. 35-44, 2002.
Osman, M. S., A. Korkmaz, H. Rezazadeh, M. Mirzazadeh, M. Eslami, and Q. Zhou, "The unified method for conformable time fractional Schro¨dinger equation with perturbation terms", Chinese Journal of Physics, vol. 56, issue 5, pp. 2500-2506, 2018.
Osman, K. M., A. D. Kappell, M. Elhadidy, F. E. Mougy, W. A. A. El-Ghany, A. Orabi, A. S. Mubarak, T. M. Dawoud, H. A. Hemeg, I. M. I. Moussa, et al., "Poultry hatcheries as potential reservoirs for antimicrobial-resistant Escherichia coli: A risk to public health and food safety.", Scientific reports, vol. 8, issue 1, pp. 5859, 2018 Apr 11. Abstract

Hatcheries have the power to spread antimicrobial resistant (AMR) pathogens through the poultry value chain because of their central position in the poultry production chain. Currently, no information is available about the presence of AMR Escherichia coli strains and the antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) they harbor within hatchezries. Therefore, this study aimed to investigate the possible involvement of hatcheries in harboring hemolytic AMR E. coli. Serotyping of the 65 isolated hemolytic E. coli revealed 15 serotypes with the ability to produce moderate biofilms, and shared susceptibility to cephradine and fosfomycin and resistance to spectinomycin. The most common β-lactam resistance gene was bla, followed by bla, bla-like bla-like bla and bla. Hierarchical clustering of E. coli isolates based on their phenotypic and genotypic profiles revealed separation of the majority of isolates from hatchlings and the hatchery environments, suggesting that hatchling and environmental isolates may have different origins. The high frequency of β-lactam resistance genes in AMR E. coli from chick hatchlings indicates that hatcheries may be a reservoir of AMR E. coli and can be a major contributor to the increased environmental burden of ARGs posing an eminent threat to poultry and human health.

Osman, E. E. A., A. Rehemtulla, and N. Neamati, "Why All the Fury over Furin?", Journal of medicinal chemistry, 2021. Abstract

Analysis of the SARS-CoV-2 sequence revealed a multibasic furin cleavage site at the S1/S2 boundary of the spike protein distinguishing this virus from SARS-CoV. Furin, the best-characterized member of the mammalian proprotein convertases, is an ubiquitously expressed single pass type 1 transmembrane protein. Cleavage of SARS-CoV-2 spike protein by furin promotes viral entry into lung cells. While furin knockout is embryonically lethal, its knockout in differentiated somatic cells is not, thus furin provides an exciting therapeutic target for viral pathogens including SARS-CoV-2 and bacterial infections. Several peptide-based and small-molecule inhibitors of furin have been recently reported, and select cocrystal structures have been solved, paving the way for further optimization and selection of clinical candidates. This perspective highlights furin structure, substrates, recent inhibitors, and crystal structures with emphasis on furin's role in SARS-CoV-2 infection, where the current data strongly suggest its inhibition as a promising therapeutic intervention for SARS-CoV-2.

Osman, M. T. A., H. A. H. Fahmy, Y. A. H. Fahmy, M. M. Elsabrouty, and A. Shalash, "Two Extended Programmable BCH Soft Decoders Using Least Reliable Bits Reprocessing", Circuits, Systems, and Signal Processing: Springer US, pp. 1–23, 2014. Abstract


Osman, K., A. rabiae, M. el mosalamy, S. marouf, and A. Orabi, "Survey on E.coli contamination of retail meat in giza market ", Journal of Egyptian veterinary medical association, vol. 75(2), pp. 939-947, 2015.
Osman, T., P. Divigalpitiya, and T. Arima, "Driving factors of urban sprawl in Giza Governorate of Greater Cairo Metropolitan Region using AHP method", Land Use Policy, vol. 58, pp. 21-31, 2016.
Osman, H. M., M. E. Georgy, and M. E. Ibrahim, "A hybrid CAD-based construction site layout planning system using genetic algorithms", Automation in construction, vol. 12, no. 6: Elsevier, pp. 749–764, 2003. Abstract
Osman, M., B. F. Zaitchik, H. S. Badr, J. Otkin, Y. Zhong, D. Lorenz, M. Anderson, T. F. Keenan, D. L. Miller, C. Hain, et al., "Diagnostic Classification of Flash Drought Events Reveals Distinct Classes of Forcings and Impacts", Journal of Hydrometeorology, vol. 23, no. 2: American Meteorological Society, pp. 275–289, feb, 2022. AbstractWebsite

Recent years have seen growing appreciation that rapidly intensifying “flash droughts” are significant climate hazards with major economic and ecological impacts. This has motivated efforts to inventory, monitor, and forecast flash drought events. Here we consider the question of whether the term “flash drought” comprises multiple distinct classes of event, which would imply that understanding and forecasting flash droughts might require more than one framework. To do this, we first extend and evaluate a soil moisture volatility-based flash drought definition that we introduced in previous work and use it to inventory the onset dates and severity of flash droughts across the Contiguous United States (CONUS) for the period 1979-2018. Using this inventory, we examine meteorological and land surface conditions associated with flash drought onset and recovery. These same meteorological and land surface conditions are then used to classify the flash droughts based on precursor conditions that may represent predictable drivers of the event. We find that distinct classes of flash drought can be diagnosed in the event inventory. Specifically, we describe three classes of flash drought: “dry and demanding” events for which antecedent evaporative demand is high and soil moisture is low, “evaporative” events with more modest antecedent evaporative demand and soil moisture anomalies, but positive antecedent evaporative anomalies, and “stealth” flash droughts, which are different from the other two classes in that precursor meteorological anomalies are modest relative to the other classes. The three classes exhibit somewhat different geographic and seasonal distributions. We conclude that soil moisture “flash droughts” are indeed a composite of distinct types of rapidly intensifying droughts, and that flash drought analyses and forecasts would benefit from approaches that recognize the existence of multiple phenomenological pathways.

Osman, M. A., K. Q. Tahoon, M. Shehata, and M. A. Lamee, "Spatial Monitoring and Classifying of Urban Deterioration in the Egyptian Cities Using Geographic Information System (GIS) Approach: A Case Study of Mansoura City, Egypt", Civil Engineering and Architecture , vol. Volume 10 2022, issue 10(5A) , pp. 176-188, 2022.
Osman, K. M., M. S. Alabady, N. S. S. M. Ata, N. A. Ezzeldin, and M. A. K. Aly, "Genotypic Characterization of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Isolated from Human and Animal Sources in Egypt", Zoonoses and Public Health : . Germany , vol. 57, pp. 329-338, 2010.
Osman, M. A., M. Belal, A. M. Nomrossy, and A. M. Yousse, "Organic contaminates in water", Journal of Environmental Science & Health Part B, vol. 15, issue 3: Taylor & Francis, pp. 295-306, 1980. Abstract
Osman, H., and M. H. R. Ali, "Complex systems modeling of infrastructure assets, operators, users, and politicians using system dynamics", Construction Research Congress 2012: Construction Challenges in a Flat World, pp. 2280–2289, 2012. Abstract
Osman, Z., M. Soliman, M. E. L. Shibini, and A. M. Hussein, "Economic Feasibility Study of a Solar Refrigerator System in Aswan, Egypt", Modeling , Simulation, and Control, vol. 25, issue 1, pp. 25-34, 1989.
Osman, A. M., and H. M. A. El-Din, "In-Silico Screening of Potential Anti-Glycoprotein of Nipah Virus", Tenth International Conference on Intelligent Computing and Information Systems (ICICIS), vol. 1, issue 1, pp. 473-479, 2021.
Osman, A. K., and I. A. El-Garf, "Pollen morphology of the Egyptian species of the genus Limonium Mill. (Plumbaginaceae)", Feddes Repertorium, vol. 117 (7-8), pp. 476-485, 2006.
Osman, T. A., G. S. Nada, and Z. S. Safar, "Effect of using current-carrying-wire models in the design of hydrodynamic journal bearings lubricated with ferrofluid", Tribology Letters, vol. 11, no. 1: Kluwer Academic Publishers-Plenum Publishers, pp. 61–70, 2001. Abstract
Osman, T. A., M. Dorid, Z. S. Safar, and M. O. A. Mokhtar, Experimental assessment of hydrostatic thrust bearing performance, , vol. 29, issue 3, pp. 233 - 239, 1996. AbstractWebsite
Osman, A. H., E. M. M. F. Hala, A. M. Zakia, A. M. Mahmoud, M. H. Mohamed, A. M. Khattab, and Z. M. A. Ewiss, "RABBIT'S HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF EXPLOITATION TREATED BIODEGRADABLE POLLUTION WATER BY JOHKASOU SYSTEM", Taiwan Veterinary Journal, vol. 44, issue 3, pp. 125-132, 2018.
Osman, K. M., S. H. Marouf, and N. AlAtfeehy, "Antimicrobial resistance and virulence-associated genes of Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica serotypes Muenster, Florian, Omuna, and Noya strains isolated from clinically diarrheic humans in Egypt", Microbial Drug Resistance, vol. 19, no. 5: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. 140 Huguenot Street, 3rd Floor New Rochelle, NY 10801 USA, pp. 370–377, 2013. Abstract
Osman, H., K. Zaghw, S. Elsehely, and M. Omar, "An Efficient Language-Independent Multi-Font OCR for Arabic Script", International Conference on Digital Image Processing and Pattern Recognition (DPPR), London, United Kingdom., 25 July, 2020.
Osman, M. S., J. A. T. Machado, D. Baleanu, A. Zafar, and M. Raheel, "On distinctive solitons type solutions for some important nonlinear Schrödinger equations", Optical and Quantum Electronics, vol. 53, issue 2: Springer, pp. 1-24, 2021. Abstract
Osman, A., M. Y. Ismail, and M. M. Osman, "Heavy-ion reactions with nucleon transfer using Skyrme-type potential", Physical Review C, vol. 27, no. 2, pp. 650-656, 1983. AbstractWebsite

Nuclear reactions between two heavy interacting ions with nucleon transfer have been reconsidered. The direct nuclear reaction mechanism is considered. Different reaction processes are considered for single neutron or proton stripping and pickup reactions. The interacting nuclear potential of the transferred nucleon is taken to have the form of the Skyrme-type potential. With this representation for the nuclear potential of the transferred nucleon, an expression for the differential cross section is obtained by using the distorted-wave Born approximation. This expression is applied and considered for the heavy ion reactions with incident heavy ion projectiles B10, C13, O16, O18, and S32 bombarding the heavy targets Al27, Si28, Si29, Si30, and S32. The energies of the incident heavy ions have values in the range between 36.0 and 100.0 MeV. Numerical calculations of the differential cross sections are carried out. The theoretically calculated angular distributions are in good agreements with the experimental measurements. Reasonable spectroscopic factors are extracted from the present calculations. NUCLEAR REACTIONS Nucleon stripping and nucleon pickup induced by 36.0-100.0 MeV B10, C13, O16, O18, and S32 on Al27, Si28, Si29, Si30, and S32; calculated σ(θ). Finite range DWBA calculations, extracted spectroscopic factors. © 1983 The American Physical Society.