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Taha, M. M., H. A. Abdeen, and R. A. Abdelsamaia, "High Intensity Interval Versus Continuous Moderate Aerobic Training as a Prophylaxsis of Diabetic Nephropathy", International Journal of Diabetes Research, vol. 5, issue 1, pp. 14-19, 2016. AbstractWebsite

Background and Purpose: The most common diabetic micro vascular complications is diabetic nephropathy. Exercise could ameliorate or prevent complications such as chronic kidney disease. High intensity interval training (HIIT) emerged as a new option of physical training to patients and health care professionals. This study aimed to evaluate and compare high intensity interval versus continuous moderate aerobic training as a prophylaxis of Diabetic nephropathy. Methods: Forty five sedentary male subjects, with type 2 diabetes; 40-55 years old were randomly allocated into three groups: High intensity interval training group I (HIIT; n=15) performed a high intensity interval training 3 times a week for 10 weeks, continuous moderate aerobic training group II (CMAT; n=15) received moderate continuous aerobic training 3 sessions per week for 10 weeks, and control group III (n=15) remain sedentary. Fasting blood glucose level and blood urea and creatinine were measured before the beginning and after the completion of the study. Results: At the end of the study; there were significant decreases in fasting blood glucose level and blood urea and creatinine in HIIT and CMAT groups. The percentage of improvement of fasting blood glucose level and blood urea and creatinine in the HIIT group were 14.53%, 9.53% and 28.26%, respectively; while those for the CMAT group were 9.89 %, 11.56% and 19.31% respectively. Between groups; there were significant differences in fasting blood glucose level, blood urea and creatinine in favor of group-I .Conclusions: Both HIIT and CMAT improved the glycemic control and renal function. HIIT could be more effective than CMAT in protecting from diabetic nephropathy.

Taha, S., F. Amer, and S. E. - O. H. Ahmed, "Study Analysis on Multicast Stream Authentication", Annual Conference on Statistics, Computer Science and Operation Research,, Cairo, Egypt, 2004.
Taha, M. M., M. A. E. - R. Mohamed, and M. E. Hasanin, "EFFECT OF HIGH INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING ON ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION IN POSTMENOPAUSAL HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS: RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL", Int J Physiother. , vol. . Vol 3, issue (1), pp. 39-44, 2016. 08ijphy321_c.done_.pdf
Taha, M. H. N., M. H. N. Taha, and N. E. M. Khalifa, "Blockchain Technology and Machine Learning for Fake News Detection", Implementing and Leveraging Blockchain Programming, Singapore, Springer, 2022.
Taha, M. H., E. A. Shalaby, and N. S, "IMPROVING SAFFLOWER (Carthamus tinctorius L.) GROWTH AND BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES UNDER SALINE WATER IRRIGATION BY USING IRON AND ZINC FOLIAR APPLICATIONS, J. Plant Production", J. Plant Production, Mansoura Univ, vol. 4, issue 8, pp. 1219-1234, 2013.
Taha, H., H. Z. Amer, H. El-Zomor, A. Alieldin, W. Zekri, E. ElNadi, and A. S. AlFaar, "Phthisis Bulbi: Clinical and Pathologic Findings in Retinoblastoma", Fetal and Pediatric Pathology, 2015. Abstract
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Taha, A. M., M. M. Aboulwafa, H.Zedan, and O. M. Helmy, "Ramucirumab combination with sorafenib enhances the inhibitory effect of sorafenib on HepG2 cancer cells.", Scientific Reports, vol. 12:, pp. 17889, 2022.
Taha, M., A. A. Mahmoud, and M. Nassar, "Mathematical Treatment of a Single Pile In Non homogeneous Soils", J. Eng. and Applied Science, Cairo Univ, vol. 40, issue 3, pp. 445-458 , 1990.
Taha, A. A., V. AC, D. J. SC, and R. JA, "Reconstruction of the Supra-aortic trunks.", European Journal of Surgery, vol. 165(4), issue April 1999, pp. 314-8, 1999.
Taha, N. M., S. H. I. M. A. A. ABDEL-RADI, F. S. Youssef, H. E. N. D. M. AUDA, M. M. El-Bahy, and R. M. Ramadan, "Parasiticidal efficacy of a new formulation of silver nanoparticles on Trichinella spiralis in vitro", Journal of Advanced Veterinary Research , vol. 12, issue 4, pp. 379-385, 2022.
Taha, A. A., "Popliteal to Distal vein bypass grafts for critical ischemia. ", The first meeting of the MENA society for vascular surgery., Luxor &Aswan., 26-29 January , 2007.
Taha, S. H. N., H. saied zaghloul, A. A. Ali, I. F. Gaballah, L. A. Rashed, and B. E. Aboulhoda, "The neurotoxic effect of long-term use of high-dose Pregabalin and the role of alpha tocopherol in amelioration: implication of MAPK signaling with oxidative stress and apoptosis", Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology, vol. 393, issue 9, pp. 1635-1648, 2020.
Taha, A. A., "Endovascular recanalization of long tibial occlusion for diabetic foot salvage. ", PanArab Vascular Society second annual meeting (PAVA) and Orient 2, Damascus, Syria, 3-6 March , 2008.
Taha, N. M., F. S. Youssef, H. E. N. D. M. AUDA, M. M. El-Bahy, and R. M. Ramadan, "Efficacy of silver nanoparticles against Trichinella spiralis in mice and the role of multivitamin in alleviating its toxicity.", Scientific reports, vol. 14, issue 1, pp. 5843, 2024. Abstract

Trichinellosis is a worldwide zoonotic disease. The majority of currently available anti-trichinellosis medications exhibit inadequate efficacy. The efficacy of a natively prepared new formulation of silver nanoparticles (Ag-NPs) was evaluated in the treatment of Trichinella spiralis (T. spiralis) infection in mice alone and combined with multivitamin-mineral (MM). After investigating the product's biological and pharmacological characteristics, its therapeutic dose was estimated to be Ag-NPs at 21.5 mg/kg B.W. This dose was orally inoculated to experimentally infected mice at 3-5 days post-inoculation (dpi) against the mature worms, at 8-10 dpi against the newborn larvae, and at 33-35th dpi against the encapsulated larvae. Each treatment's efficacy was assessed by scarifying control and treated mice 3 days post-treatment. The drug alone or in supplement form has a high trichinocidal effect exceeding that of the reference drug. Early treatment (3-5 dpi) by Ag-NPs or Ag-NPs + MM and albendazole revealed high efficacy against the intestinal stage, reaching 93.3%, 94.7%, and 90.6% for the three treatments, respectively. The materials causing a significant (P-value < 0.001) decrease in the mean encapsulated larvae reached 86.61%, 89.07%, and 88.84%/gm of muscles using the three treatments, respectively. Moreover, all larvae extracted from Ag-NPs-treated groups failed to induce infection post-inoculation in new mice. Additionally, combining the material with MM proved to overcome the reversible adverse effects of silver material on the estimated redox parameters and liver and kidney biomarkers, denoting its ability to alleviate Ag-NP toxicity. In conclusion, the high trichinocidal effect of Ag-NPs against the adult and encapsulated larvae during a short inoculation period introduced Ag-NPs as an alternative to other nematicidal drugs.

Taha, S., M. El Abd, C. D. Gobba, M. Abdel-Hamid, E. Khalil, F. -ul Hassan, and D. Fathy, "The multifunctional activity of water-soluble peptides’ extract of Domiati cheese during accelerated ripening by Neutrase", Journal of Food Processing and Preservation, vol. 44, no. 5, pp. e14434, 2020. AbstractWebsite

Abstract This study aimed to through light on the functionality of water-soluble peptide extract (WSPE) of Domiati cheese as affected by Neutrase (2.5 and 5 mg/L milk) in addition to rennin to accelerate cheese ripening. Antioxidant, angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitory, and anticancer activities of WSPE during ripening were assessed. All parameters under study showed a significant increase during ripening in a dose-dependent manner. WSPE from fresh or ripened cheese exhibited antioxidant, ACE inhibitory, and anticancer activities as a consequence of many bioactive peptides present. These bioactive peptides were mainly originated from α-, β-, and κ - casein. The activities of WSPE were directly proportional to the dose of the Neutrase used for cheese ripening. Practical applications Domiati cheese is the most popular and most consumable Egyptian soft cheese whether it is fresh or ripened. Cheese ripening acquires the desirable sensory properties as a result of the enzymatic degradation of its components, that is, fat and protein and as a result the release of bioactive peptides which exhibit special functions may influence consumer health. There is a wide variety of physiological activities induced by bioactive peptides. The functions of those peptides differ according to the enzyme used in manufacturing and for accelerating the ripening process. Due to the lack of information about the bioactive peptides in Domiati cheese, Neutrase was used in the manufacture of Domiati cheese to accelerate its ripening and produce a new type of Domiati cheese with high biological and functional properties and thus increasing the consumer health awareness.

Taha, M. H., "General Analysis of Stressed Beams on Elastic Foundation Subjected to Discontinuous Loads", SHIPS AND OFFSHORE STRUCTURES, vol. 12, issue 3, pp. 388-394, 2017. beams_general_analysis_-_saoa_-_2017.pdf
Taha, M. H. N., M. H. N. Taha, and N. E. Khalifa, "A Linear Programming Methodology to Optimize Decision-Making for Ready-Mixed Cement Products: a Case Study on Egypt’s New Administrative Capital", Process Integration and Optimization for Sustainability, vol. 7, pp. 177–190, 2023.
Taha, M. H., and M. Nassar, "Analysis of axialiy loaded tapered beams with general end restraints on two - parameter foundation", Journal Of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, vol. 52, issue 1, pp. 215-225, 2014. jtam_-_2014.pdf
Taha, M., A. A. Saleh, and A. Hemeida, "Effect of Magnet Materials on Designing of a High Power-Low Voltage Permanent Magnet Flux Switching Motor for Automotive Applications", 2020 International Conference on Electrical Machines (ICEM), vol. 1: IEEE, pp. 2280–2286, 2020. Abstract
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