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Tawakol, A., Y. G. Abdelhafez, A. A. Osama, E. Hamada, and S. El-Refaei, "18F-FDG PET/CT outperforms contrast enhanced CT in the diagnosis of peritoneal metastases from ovarian tumors", SNMMI, St. Louis, USA, June 2014. snm_abstract_-_peritoneal.pdf
Taha, A. A., and K. A. Hindawy, "19. Management of Category three femoro-popliteal lesions: Endovascular versus Surgical bypass, Competitive or Collaborative? ", Kasr El-Aini Journal of Surgery,, vol. 30, issue Jan.2004., pp. 40-45, 2004.
Abdelkawi, S., I. M. Taher, D. F. Ghoneim, W. E. Ataot, and Y. A. Badr, "193 nm ArF EXCIMER LASER INDUCED CHANGES IN AQUEOUS HUMOR OF RABBIT ́S EYES", International Conference of the Arab Society for Medical Research, Libya, pp. 181-189, 2010. 10excimer_aqueous.pdf
Abdelkawi, S., I. M. Taher, and D. F. Ghoneim, "193 nm ArF EXCIMER LASER INDUCED CHANGES IN AQUEOUS HUMOR OF RABBIT´S EYES", JASMR, 5(2): (2010), vol. (2), issue 5, pp. 181-189, 2010.
Salilew-Wondim, D., N. Ghanem, C. Grosse-Brinkhaus, a Becker, F. Rings, M. Hoelker, C. Phatsara, E. Tholen, A. Zimmer, and K. Schellander, "195 TRANSCRIPTOME PROFILING OF BOVINE ENDOMETRIUM BASED ON THE PREGNANCY OUTCOME AFTER TRANSFER OF IN VIVO-DERIVED EMBRYOS", Reproduction, Fertility and Development, vol. 21, issue 1: CSIRO, pp. 196-196, 2008. Abstract
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Tesfaye, D., N. Ghanem, F. Rings, E. Tholen, C. Phatsara, K. Schellander, and M. Hoelker, "196 EMBRYO BIOPSY TRANSCRIPTOMICS: A POTENTIAL TOOL TO IDENTIFY TRANSCRIPTS DIRECTLY RELATED TO THE ABILITY OF THE EMBRYO TO INDUCE PREGNANCY AFTER TRANSFER", Reproduction, Fertility and Development, vol. 21, issue 1: CSIRO, pp. 196-197, 2008. Abstract
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Srinatha, M. K., S. Poppe, G. Shanker, M. Alaasar, and C. Tschierske, "2, 3, 4-Trihydroxy benzonitrile-based liquid crystals: Fiber forming room temperature nematic phases", Journal of Molecular Liquids, vol. 317, pp. 114244, 2020.
Galal, N., W. El-Beialy, Y. Deyama, Y. Yoshimura, T. Yoshikawa, K. Suzuki, and Y. Totsuka, "2. Effect of estrogen on bone resorption and inflammation in the temporomandibular joint cellular elements. ", International Journal of Molecular Medicine , vol. 21, pp. 785-790, 2008.
Ismaiel, A.A., Tharwat, N.A., sayed, and S. A. Gameh, "2. Two-year survey on the seasonal incidence of aflatoxin M1 in traditional dairy products in Egypt", Journal of Food Science and Technology, vol. 57, issue 6, pp. 2182–2189, 2020.
Tim Ng, C. G. C., 2002 CGC Meeting I (Toronto CA), , 2002. Abstract

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Havlicek, V., A. Gad, S. Papp, K. Stein, F. Palm, D. Tesfaye, M. Hoelker, and U. Besenfelder, "232 EFFECT OF SUPEROVULATION PRETREATMENT ON DEVELOPMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS OF IN VITRO-FERTILIZED BOVINE EMBRYOS TRANSFERRED TO THE OVIDUCT-UTERUS ENVIRONMENT", Reproduction, Fertility and Development, vol. 28, issue 2: CSIRO PUBLISHING, pp. 247-248, 2016. Abstract
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Lee, S. - H., D. Tran, T. Ali, B. {\c{C}}atli, H. Zhang, W. Zhang, M. Abdul-Latif, Z. Huang, G. Li, M. R. Ahmadi, et al., "A 23mW/lane 1.2–6.8 Gb/s multi-standard transceiver in 28nm CMOS", Solid-State Circuits Conference (A-SSCC), 2014 IEEE Asian: IEEE, pp. 105–108, 2014. Abstract
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Talaat, N. B., and B. T. Shawky, "24-Epibrassinolide alleviates salt-induced inhibition of productivity by increasing nutrients and compatible solutes accumulation and enhancing antioxidant system in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)", Acta Physiologiae Plantarum, vol. 35, issue 3, pp. 729-740, 2013. Abstract

Two wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars, Sids 1 and Giza 168, were grown under non-saline or saline conditions (4.7 and 9.4 dS m-1) and were sprayed with 0.00, 0.05 and 0.10 mg l-1 24-epibrassinolide (EBL). Salt stress markedly decreased plant productivity and N, P, and K uptake, particularly in Giza 168. A follow-up treatment with 0.1 mg l-1 EBL detoxified the stress generated by salinity and considerably improved the above parameters, especially in Sids 1. Organic solutes (soluble sugars, free amino acids, proline and glycinebetaine), antioxidative enzymes (superoxide dismutase, peroxidase, catalase and glutathione reductase), antioxidant molecules (glutathione and ascorbate) and Ca and Mg levels were increased under saline condition, and these increases proved to be more significant in salt-stressed plants sprayed with EBL, par- ticularly at 0.1 mg l-1 EBL with Sids 1. Sodium concen- tration, lipid peroxidation, hydrogen peroxide content and electrolyte leakage were increased under salt stress and significantly decreased when 0.1 mg l-1 EBL was sprayed. Clearly, EBL alleviates salt-induced inhibition of pro- ductivity by altering the physiological and biochemical properties of the plant.

Gad, A., M. Hoelker, F. Rings, N. Ghanem, D. Salilew-Wondim, D. Tesfaye, C. Phatsara, K. Schellander, V. Havlicek, and U. Besenfelder, "240 DIFFERENCES IN GLOBAL TRANSCRIPTOME PROFILE OF BOVINE BLASTOCYSTS DERIVED FROM SUPEROVULATED OR SYNCHRONIZED CYCLIC HEIFERS", Reproduction, Fertility and Development, vol. 22, issue 1: CSIRO, pp. 278-278, 2009. Abstract
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Salilew-Wondim, D., N. Ghanem, M. Hoelker, F. Rings, C. Phatsara, E. Tholen, K. Schellander, and D. Tesfaye, "248 DIESTRUS TRANSCRIPTOME DYNAMICS OF BOVINE ENDOMETRIUM IN RELATION TO PREGNANCY SUCCESS AFTER EMBRYO TRANSFER", Reproduction, Fertility and Development, vol. 22, issue 1: CSIRO, pp. 281-282, 2009. Abstract
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Ghanem, N., M. Hoelker, F. Rings, D. Jennen, E. Tholen, M. A. Sirard, K. Schellander, and D. Tesfaye, "250 TRANSCRIPTIONAL PROFILING OF BOVINE OOCYTES DERIVED FROM THE GROWTH AND DOMINANCE PHASES OF THE FIRST FOLLICULAR WAVE", Reproduction, Fertility and Development, vol. 19, issue 1: CSIRO, pp. 241-242, 2006. Abstract
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Torner, H., N. Ghanem, C. Ambros, M. Hoelker, W. Tomek, C. Phatsara, H. Alm, W. Kanitz, M. A. Sirard, and K. Schellander, "254 MOLECULAR AND SUBCELLULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF OOCYTES SCREENED FOR THEIR DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE BASED ON G6PDH ACTIVITY", Reproduction, Fertility and Development, vol. 20, issue 1: CSIRO PUBLISHING, pp. 207-207, 2007. Abstract
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Zhang, B., K. Khanoyan, H. Hatamkhani, H. Tong, K. Hu, S. Fallahi, M. Abdul-Latif, K. Vakilian, I. Fujimori, and A. Brewster, "A 28 Gb/s Multistandard Serial Link Transceiver for Backplane Applications in 28 nm CMOS", in Solid-State Circuits, IEEE Journal of, vol. 50, no. no.12: IEEE, pp. pp–3089, 2015. Abstract
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Tesfaye, D., A. El-Sayed, M. Hoelker, F. Rings, D. Jennen, E. Tholen, M. A. Sirard, and K. Schellander, "283 TRANSCRIPTIONAL ANALYSIS OF BIOPSIES DERIVED FROM IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE BLASTOCYSTS IN RELATION TO PREGNANCY SUCCESS AFTER TRANSFER TO RECIPIENTS", Reproduction, Fertility and Development, vol. 19, issue 1: CSIRO, pp. 257-257, 2006. Abstract
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Ayyad, M., S. Amin, A. Samy, A. Tarek, A. Shalaby, M. Assem, and A. Magdy, "2nd Iteration Cairo University Cube-Satellite", The 5th Nano-Satellite Symposium , Tokyo, Japan, 22 November, 2013. 2nd_iteration_cairo_university_cube-satellite_2.pdf
Ayyad, M., S. Amin, A. Samy, A. Tarek, A. Shalaby, M. Assem, and A. Farid, "2nd Iteration Cairo University Cube-Satellite", The 5th Nano-Satellite Symposium , Tokyo, Japan, 22 November, 2013.
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El-Beialy, W., N. Galal, Y. Deyama, Y. Yoshimura, K. Suzuki, KanchuTei, and Y. Totsuka, "3. Effects of estrogen on PMCA 2 and 4 in Human Fibroblast-like Synovial cells and Mouse Macrophage-like cells", Endocrine Journal , vol. 57, issue 1, pp. 93-97, 2010.
Todorova, D., N. B. Talaat, Z. Katerova, V. Alexieva, and B. T. Shawky, 35. Polyamines and brassinosteroids in drought stress responses and tolerance in plants, : Wily Online Library , 2016. AbstractWebsite

This review highlights the recent advances concerning the role of polyamines and brassinosteroids in stress tolerance of plants with a special accent on drought. Alterations of the endogenous polyamine and brassinosteroid levels and their function in alleviation of drought stress are discussed. Possibilities for application of exogenous polyamines and brassinosteroids to lessen the stress injuries and to increase drought tolerance are also summarized. Genetic and molecular approaches for improving plant tolerance to drought via modification of polyamine levels and involvement of brassinosteroids in signal transduction pathways under stress are presented. Interaction of polyamines and brassinosteroids with phytohormones and osmolytes under drought stress is reviewed. We describe also the recent investigations in Bulgaria and Egypt concerning the modulation of plant reactions to drought stress by application of polyamines and brassinosteroids.