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transfer and neonatal influences of sonophoretically administered sufentanil versus epidurasufentanil in labour p, T., "Transplacental transfer and neonatal influence", egyptian journal of anasthesia, vol. 30(4), issue oct 2014, 2014.
P, K. L., R. R. N. C. P. Carroll, A R, R. Y. Afifi, and B. M, "Is there a retrovirus associated with human breast cancer: An analysis of Multinucleate giant cell formation and a search for reverse transcriptase activity in human peripheral blood mononuclear leucocytes", Nottingham international breast cancer meeting, Nottingham, 26 September , 1990.
P, "Resistance training versus aerobic training on obese non alcoholic fatty liver", Medical journal of Cairo university, vol. 82, issue 2, pp. 79-85, 2014.
P., M., V. A., S. O.G., V. B., and R. P.G, "Ovulatory response of pituitary and rabbits subjected to different treatments of ovulation induction", XXXVI Symposium de Cunicultura de Asociacíon Española de Cunicultura (ASESCU), 12 y 13 de mayo de 2011, Peñíscola, Castellón, España., 2011. Abstractrepro_06_millan.pdf

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P., B., S. H.A., E. H.M., S. N.A., R. A.A., and A. M.F., "Efficacy of Fractionated CO2 Laser and Pulsed Dye Laser in Treatment of Keloids and Hypertrophic Scars", Nature and Science, vol. 11, issue 9, pp. 17-23, 2013. paper_nature_and_science.pdf
P. K. Nizar Banu, H. H. Inbarani, A. T. Azar, H. S. Own, and A. E. Hassanien, "Rough Set Based Feature Selection for Egyptian Neonatal Jaundice ", The 2nd International Conference on Advanced Machine Learning Technologies and Applications , Egypt, November 17-19, , 2014.
P.hutchinson, E. E.Khalil, J.H.Whitelaw, and G.Wigley, "The Calculation of Furnace Flow Properties and their Experimental Verificatoion", ASME Heat ransfer Conference, ASME PAPER 75-HT-8. , USA, June 1975.
P.Papazoglou, M., A. Elgammal, and B. J.Krämer, "Collaborative on-demand Product-Service Systems customization lifecycle", CIRP Journal of Manufacturing Science and Technology, 2018.
Pablo, P. J. Kilner, S. El-Saiedi, and C. van Doorn, "A new variety of Double- Chambered left ventricle", European Heart Journal, vol. 31, issue 21, pp. 2676-2676, 2010.
Pacholewska, A., M. Drögemüller, J. Klukowska-Rötzle, S. Lanz, E. Hamza, E. T. Dermitzak, E. L. Marti, V. Gerber, T. Leeb, and V. Jagannathan, "The Transcriptome of Equine Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells", Plos One, vol. 10, issue 3, pp. 1-16, 2015.
Pacholewska, A., V. Jagannathan, M. Drögemüller, J. Klukowska-Rötzler, S. Lanz, E. Hamza, E. T. Dermitzakis, E. L. Marti, T. Leeb, and V. Gerber, "Impaired Cell Cycle Regulation in a Natural Equine Model of Asthma", Plos One , vol. 10, issue 8, pp. 1-23, 2015.
Padhi, A., M. M. Ghaly, and L. Ma, "Testis-enriched heat shock protein A2 (HSPA2): Adaptive advantages of the birds with internal testes over the mammals with testicular descent", Scientific reports, vol. 6: Nature Publishing Group, 2016. Abstract
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Padige, G., A. T. Negmeldin, and M. K. H. Pflum, "Development of an ELISA-Based HDAC Activity Assay for Characterization of Isoform-Selective Inhibitors.", Journal of Biomolecular Screening, vol. 20, issue 10, pp. 1277-85, 2015 Dec. AbstractWebsite

Histone deacetylase (HDAC) proteins are promising targets for cancer treatment, with several HDAC inhibitors used clinically as anticancer drugs. Most HDAC inhibitors nonspecifically interact with all or many of the 11 HDAC isoforms. Isoform-selective HDAC inhibitors would be useful tools to dissect the individual functions of HDAC proteins in cancer formation, in addition to potentially displaying effective anticancer properties. We report here a robust HDAC activity assay for screening selective HDAC inhibitors, which is inspired by the traditional enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA). The key feature of the ELISA-based HDAC activity assay is use of mammalian cell-derived HDAC isoforms instead of recombinant proteins. Importantly, the assay was validated with several known HDAC inhibitors. The ELISA-based HDAC activity assay will facilitate the characterization of isoform-selective HDAC inhibitors against mammalian cell-derived HDAC proteins, which will enhance HDAC-centered cancer research and provide a foundation for anticancer drug development.

Padmakumar, S., M. S. Taha, E. Kadakia, B. S. Bleier, and M. M. Amiji, "Delivery of neurotrophic factors in the treatment of age-related chronic neurodegenerative diseases", Expert Opinion on Drug DeliveryExpert Opinion on Drug Delivery, vol. 17, issue 3: Taylor & Francis, pp. 323 - 340, 2020. AbstractWebsite
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Padovani, J. I., A. M. Ibrahim, S. S. Jeffrey, Y. H. Anis, and R. T. Howe, Electropermanent magnet-driven droplet size modulation for two-phase ferromicrofluidics, , vol. 24, issue 12, pp. 93, 2020. AbstractWebsite

A new ferrofluidic droplet generator is demonstrated using an electropermanent magnet to change the viscosity of the ferrofluid oil phase in a flow-focusing junction, which enables control of the aqueous droplet size. Electropermanent magnets are capable of fast switching (< 100 $$\upmu$$μs) and have magnetic field strengths comparable to those of permanent magnets. When switched on, the magnetoviscous effect increases the viscosity of the ferrofluid, thus increasing the channel’s fluidic resistance, slowing the flow rate of the oil-based phase and changing the droplet diameter. We have demonstrated on-demand droplet size modulation as large as 44% at speeds fast enough to modulate the size of a single droplet in a stream. Due to compliance in the supply tubing and Polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) microfluidic channels, the change in droplet size relaxes with a time scale of seconds. An application of droplet size modulation was demonstrated by integrating a passive size-based magnetic droplet sorting stage.

PADURARIU, M., E. ABDELNABY, M. Kamel, A. CIOBICA, I. ANTIOCH, M. BALMUS, and H. El-Lethey, "Oxytocin as Modern Treatment in Some Neuropsychiatric Manifestations. Mini - Review and Origi nal Data", Annals Series on Biological Sciences, vol. 6, issue 2, pp. 56 - 77, 2017. oxytocin_as_modern_treatment_in_some_neuropsychiatric_manifistations.pdf
Pagadala, J., K. Williams-Guy, M. M. Nooh, J. J. Steinle, and D. D. Miller, "Beta-adrenergic receptor signaling by the isomers of isoproterenol and like drugs in retinal endothelial cells and Mueller cells", MedChemComm, vol. 2, no. 8: Royal Society of Chemistry, pp. 726–730, 2011. Abstract
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Pagadala, J., K. Williams-Guy, M. M. Nooh, J. J. Steinlea, and D. D. Miller, "Beta-adrenergic receptor signaling by the isomers of isoproterenol and like drugs in retinal endothelial cells and Müller cells", Med Chem Comm, vol. 2, pp. 726-730, 2011. CU-PDF
Pagni, R. M., M. N. Burnett, and H. M. Hassaneen, "The Behavior of the Singlet and Triplet Spin States of Methylene-Bridged 1,8-Naphthoquinodimethane with O2.", Tetrahedron, vol. 38, pp. 843-851, 1982.
Pai, M., C. Kyriakides, S. Mikhail, N. Habib, D. Spalding, L. Jiao, and D. Cherqui, "Radiofrequency-assisted hepatic resection.", Annals of surgical oncology, vol. 18, issue 12, pp. 3391, 2011 Nov. Abstract

BACKGROUND: The only curative procedure to date for liver tumors is surgical resection, which remains a major procedure with marked morbidity and mortality. Radiofrequency (RF) has increasingly been used for both ablation and resection. On the basis of this technique, a new bipolar RF device, Habib 4X, has been developed and used clinically. We present our technique of liver resection with this device in a patient with colorectal liver metastases.

METHODS: A patient with situs inversus who had colorectal liver metastases in her left lobe underwent left lateral segmentectomy with the new device, a four-electrode bipolar resection device that uses RF energy for tissue necrosis. After laparotomy and intraoperative ultrasound, the plane resection was marked 1 cm away from the edge of the lesion. Coagulative desiccation was performed along this plane using this sealer connected to a RF generator. The necrosed band of parenchyma was then divided with a scalpel and resection completed.

RESULTS: The length of the procedure was 105 minutes; resection time was 35 minutes. Total blood loss was 100 ml. No blood transfusions were required, and the patient was not admitted to the intensive care unit after surgery. The patient was discharged 10 days after surgery without any surgical complications.

CONCLUSIONS: We think that RF-assisted liver resection with this new device is safe and effective. It is quicker than conventional RF and may reduce overall hospital stay in liver resection patients.

Pai, M., A. E. Frampton, S. Mikhail, V. Resende, O. Kornasiewicz, D. R. Spalding, L. R. Jiao, and N. A. Habib, "Radiofrequency assisted liver resection: analysis of 604 consecutive cases.", European journal of surgical oncology : the journal of the European Society of Surgical Oncology and the British Association of Surgical Oncology, vol. 38, issue 3, pp. 274-80, 2012 Mar. Abstract

BACKGROUND: Intraoperative blood loss is an important factor contributing to morbidity and mortality in liver surgery. To address this we developed a bipolar radiofrequency (RF) device, the Habib 4X, used specifically for hepatic parenchymal transection. The aim of this study was to prospectively assess the peri-operative data using this technique.

METHODS: Between 2001 and 2010, 604 consecutive patients underwent liver resections with the RF assisted technique. Clinico-pathological and outcome data were collected and analysed.

RESULTS: There were 206 major and 398 minor hepatectomies. Median intraoperative blood loss was 155 (range 0-4300)ml, with a 12.6% rate of transfusion. There were 142 patients (23.5%) with postoperative complications; none had bleeding from the resection margin. Only one patient developed liver failure and the mortality rate was 1.8%.

CONCLUSIONS: RF assisted liver resection allows major and minor hepatectomies to be performed with minimal blood loss, low blood transfusion requirements, and reduced mortality and morbidity rates.

Palasz, J., L. D'Antona, S. Farrell, M. A. Elborady, L. D. Watkins, and A. K. Toma, "External ventricular drain management in subarachnoid haemorrhage: a systematic review and meta-analysis", Neurosurgical Review, 2021.
Palejiya, D., M. Shaltout, Z. Yan, and D. Chen, "L2 Stability of Wind Turbine Switching Control", International Journal of Control, vol. 88, issue 1, pp. 193-203, 2015. Website
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