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Ryuichi Suwa, Shu Fujimaki, N. S., K. S. N. T. N. Naoki Kawachi, Satomi Ishii, H. Saneoka, R. E. Moghaieb, and K. Fujita, "Use of positron-emitting tracer imaging system for measuring the effect of salinity on temporal and spatial distribution of< sup> 11 C tracer and coupling between source and sink organs", Plant science, vol. 175, issue 3, pp. 210-216, 2008.
Ryu, S. H., T. Elbaz, A. - R. Zekri, and A. O. Abdelaziz, "Lack of Association Between Genotypes and Subtypes of HCV and Occurrence of Hepatocellular Carcinoma in Egypt", Journal of Medical Virology, vol. 81, issue 5, pp. 844-847, 2009.
Ryad, N., E. Ramadan, N. Salem, and I. SALEH, Oxidative biomarkers and lipid alterations in euthyroid and hypothyroid dogs, , vol. 30, pp. 1 - 6, 2021/08/01. Abstract

In recent years, few reports suggest that the oxidative process may be present in hypothyroid patients; however, these reports were mostly contradictory and with very few data regarding canine patients. So, this investigation was designed to study oxidative stress alterations in both hypothyroid and euthyroid dogs. The study was conducted on thirteen dogs (six hypothyroid dogs and seven euthyroid dogs) with an age range of 4–7 years. Establishing hypothyroidism was based on clinical signs and results of thyroid hormones evaluation. Serum samples were taken from each animal for evaluation of free T4 (fT4), total T4 (TT4), thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH), cholesterol, triglycerides, ALP, malondialdehyde (MDA), and total antioxidant capacity (TAC), and comparison between euthyroid data and hypothyroid data was made. There was a decrease in fT4 and TT4 in hypothyroid patients along with elevation in TSH, cholesterol, triglycerides, and ALP. Oxidative biomarkers showed significant (P ≤ 0.05) elevation in both MDA and TAC in the hypothyroid dog. Canine hypothyroidism is associated with oxidative stress manifested with elevation in MDA and TAC; this process is exasperated by hyperlipidemia.

Ryad, N., E. Ramadan, N. Salem, and I. SALEH, Influence of Dexamethasone Administration on Hematology, Biochemistry, and Thyroid Hormones in Dogs, , vol. 9, 2020/01/01, 2021. Abstract


Rwayhah, Y. M. N., M. L. Hassan, and M. R. Shehata, Nanoporous activated carbon from olive stones wastes, : NISCAIR-CSIR, India, 2017. Abstract
RW, D., E. - R. AA, A. - W. AM, G. YM, and R. LA, "Heat Shock Protein-70 Expression in Vitiligo and its Relation to the Disease Activity.", Indian J Dermatol., vol. 4, issue 61, pp. 408-412, 2016.
Rutter, S. M., Genetic effects on environmental vulnerability to disease, , vol. 805: Wiley, 2008. Abstract
Russo, L. M., N. F. Abdeltawab, A. D. O'Brien, M. Kotb, and A. R. Melton-Celsa, "Mapping of genetic loci that modulate differential colonization by Escherichia coli O157:H7 TUV86-2 in advanced recombinant inbred BXD mice.", BMC genomics, vol. 16, pp. 947, 2015. Abstract

BACKGROUND: Shiga toxin (Stx)-producing E. coli (STEC) are responsible for foodborne outbreaks that can result in severe human disease. During an outbreak, differential disease outcomes are observed after infection with the same STEC strain. One question of particular interest is why some infected people resolve infection after hemorrhagic colitis whereas others progress to the hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS). Host age and infection dose have been implicated; however, these parameters do not appear to fully account for all of the observed variation in disease severity. Therefore, we hypothesized that additional host genetic factors may play a role in progression to HUS.

METHODS AND RESULTS: To mimic the genetic diversity in the human response to infection by STEC, we measured the capacity of an O157:H7 outbreak isolate to colonize mouse strains from the advanced recombinant inbred (ARI) BXD panel. We first infected the BXD parental strains C57BL/6 J (B6) and DBA/2 J (D2) with either 86-24 (Stx2a+) or TUV86-2, an Stx2a-negative isogenic mutant. Colonization levels were determined in an intact commensal flora (ICF) infection model. We found a significant difference in colonization levels between the parental B6 and D2 strains after infection with TUV86-2 but not with 86-24. This observation suggested that a host factor that may be masked by Stx2a affects O157:H7 colonization in some genetic backgrounds. We then determined the TUV86-2 colonization levels of 24 BXD strains in the ICF model. We identified several quantitative trait loci (QTL) associated with variation in colonization by correlation analyses. We found a highly significant QTL on proximal chromosome 9 (12.5-26.7 Mb) that strongly predicts variation in colonization levels and accounts for 15-20 % of variance. Linkage, polymorphism and co-citation analyses of the mapped region revealed 36 candidate genes within the QTL, and we identified five genes that are most likely responsible for the differential colonization.

CONCLUSIONS: The identification of the QTL on chromosome 9 supports our hypothesis that individual genetic makeup affects the level of colonization after infection with STEC O157:H7.

Russo, R., D. Monaco, M. Rubessa, K. A. El-Bahrawy, A. El-Sayed, N. A. Martino, and B. Beneul, "Confocal fluorescence assessment of bioenergy/ redox status of dromedary camel (Camelus dromedarius) oocytes before and after in vitro maturation", Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology, vol. 12, pp. 1-16, 2014.
Rushdy, T. I., Warda Youssef Mohamed, and H. A. Elfeky, Care of patients connected to IABP: Nurses' knowledge and practices, , Saarbrücken, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2015. Abstract

Provide a comprehensive overview about anatomy and physiology of the heart, Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump (IABP) definition, history, physiological effects, timing and timing errors, indications and contraindications, complications and nursing care of the patient undergoing IABP therapy. Thesis study aims to assess nurses' knowledge and practices regarding care of patients connected to Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump at selected Intensive Care Units. finally, findings of the current study, discusses nursing implications and ends with recommendation for further study.

Rushdy, D. S., R. M. Kamel, S. A. S. Nasef, S. E. - D. B. Elsayed, and H. M. Goda, "Impact of Resisted Exercises and Whey Protein on Growth Hormones and Testosterone in Normal Subjects", Journal of Medical Sciences, vol. 18, issue 1, pp. 27-33, 2018. whey_protein.pdf
Rushdie, H., S. K. Amin, M. M. Ahmmed, and M. F. Abadir, "Reuse of the product obtained on grinding kiln rollers in the manufacture of ceramic wall tiles", Ceramics Technical, vol. 38, pp. 60 - 66, 2014.
Rushdi, H. E., M. F. Saad, H. A. El-naggar, and A. M. Saeed, "ASSOCIATION OF CHROMOSOMAL ABERRATIONS AND SEMEN QUALITY IN EGYPTIAN BUFFALO BULLS", Egyptian J. Anim. Prod, vol. 54, issue 2, pp. 95-103, 2017. Abstract
Rushdi, H. E., and A. M. Sabry, "Analysis of the genetic diversity of three Egyptian sheep breeds using microsatellite markers", International Journal of Advanced Research, vol. 3, pp. 112–120, 2015. Abstract
Rushdi, M. A. M., A. M. A. Rushdi, M. Zarouan, and W. Ahmad, "Satisfiability in intuitionistic fuzzy logic with realistic tautology", Kuwait Journal of Science, vol. 45, issue 2, pp. 15-21, 2018.
Rushdi, H. E. - D., R. E. A. Moghaieb, H. Abdel-Shafy, and M. A. M. Ibrahim, "Association between Microsatellite Markers and Milk Production Traits in Egyptian Buffaloes", Czech Journal of Animal Science, vol. 62, issue 9: Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences, pp. 384-391, 2017. Abstract80-201620rushdi.pdf


Rushdi, M., and J. Ho, "Texture Classification using Sparse {K-SVD} Texton Dictionaries", {VISAPP} 2011 - Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Computer Vision Theory and Applications, Vilamoura, Algarve, Portugal, 5-7 March, 2011, pp. 187–193, 2011. Abstract
Rushdi, M., M. Ali, and J. Ho, "Color De-Rendering using Coupled Dictionary Learning", 20th International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP), Melbourne, Autralia, 15-18 September, 2013.
Rushdi, H. E., "Molecular Analysis of Microsatellites Associated with Milk Yield and Composition in Egyptian Buffalo.", Journal of Animal and Poultry Production, Mansoura Univ., vol. 9, issue 4, pp. 227-233., 2018. Abstract
Rushdi, H. E., M. A. M. Ibrahim, N. Q. Shaddad, and A. A. Nigm, "Estimation of Genetic Parameters for Milk Production Traits in a Herd of Holstein Friesian Cattle in Egypt", J. Animal Poult. Prod., Mans. Univ.,, vol. 5, no. 5, pp. 267–278, 2014. Abstract
Rushdi, A. M., and M. A. Rushdi, "Mathematics and Examples of the Modern Syllogistic Method of Propositional Logic", Frontiers in Information Systems: Bentham Books, 2018.
Rushdi, H. E., J. Cañón, and S. Dunner, "Identification of Quantitative Trait Loci Affecting Carcass Composition in Beef Cattle.", 54th Annual EAAP Meeting, Rome, Italy, 2003. Abstract
Rushdi, H. E. - D., R. E. A. Moghaieb, H. Abdel-Shafy, and M. A. E. - A. M. Ibrahim, "Association between Microsatellite Markers and Milk Production Traits in Egyptian Buffaloes", Czech Journal of Animal Science, vol. 62, issue 9, pp. 384-391, 2017.