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Tzakou, O., A. Said, A. Farag, and K. Rashed, "Volatile constituents of Ailanthus excelsa Roxb.", Flavour and fragrance journal , vol. 21, issue 6, pp. 899-901, 2006.
Tyo, K. M., A. B. Lasnik, L. Zhang, M. Mahmoud, A. B. Jenson, J. L. Fuqua, K. E. Palmer, and J. M. Steinbach-Rankins, "Sustained-release Griffithsin nanoparticle-fiber composites against HIV-1 and HSV-2 infections.", Journal of controlled release : official journal of the Controlled Release Society, vol. 321, pp. 84-99, 2020. Abstract

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV-1) and herpes simplex virus 2 (HSV-2) affect hundreds of millions of people worldwide. The antiviral lectin, Griffithsin (GRFT), has been shown to be both safe and efficacious against HSV-2 and HIV-1 infections in vivo. The goal of this work was to develop a multilayered nanoparticle (NP)-electrospun fiber (EF) composite to provide sustained-release of GRFT, and to examine its safety and efficacy in a murine model of lethal HSV-2 infection. Composites were fabricated from polycaprolactone (PCL) fibers surrounding polyethylene oxide (PEO) fibers that incorporated methoxy poly(ethylene glycol)-b-poly(lactide-co-glycolide) (mPEG-PLGA) GRFT NPs. GRFT loading and release were determined via ELISA, showing that NP-EF composites achieved high GRFT loading, and provided sustained-release of GRFT for up to 90 d. The in vitro efficacy of GRFT NP-EFs was assessed using HIV-1 pseudovirus assays, demonstrating complete in vitro protection against HIV-1 infection. Additionally, sustained-release NP-EFs, administered 24 h prior to infection, prevented against a lethal dose of HSV-2 infection in a murine model. In parallel, histology and cytokine expression from murine reproductive tracts and vaginal lavages collected 24 and 72 h post-administration were similar to untreated mice, suggesting that NP-EF composites may be a promising and safe sustained-delivery platform to prevent HSV-2 infection. Future work will evaluate the ability to provide prolonged protection against multiple virus challenges, and different administration times with respect to infection.

Tymieniecka, and A. - T.(editor), "TheMethodological Foundations of Phenomenological Aesthetics,", Analecta Husserliana, The Netherlands, Kluwer Academic Publishers,, 1991.
Tylki-Szymańska, A., A. Vellodi, A. El-Beshlawy, A. J. Cole, and E. Kolodny, "Neuronopathic Gaucher disease: demographic and clinical features of 131 patients enrolled in the International Collaborative Gaucher Group Neurological Outcomes Subregistry.", Journal of inherited metabolic disease, vol. 33, issue 4, pp. 339-46, 2010 Aug. Abstract

OBJECTIVE: To describe demographic, genetic, and clinical characteristics of patients with neuronopathic Gaucher disease (NGD).

METHODS: All patients enrolled in the Neurological Outcomes Subregistry of the International Collaborative Gaucher Group (ICGG) Gaucher Registry as of June 2007 were identified.

RESULTS: The study cohort comprised 131 patients from 17 countries who were enrolled in the Neurological Outcomes Subregistry. The onset of neurological manifestations had occurred before 2 years of age in 47% (61 out of 131 patients), 2 years of age or older in 41% (54 out of 131), and could not be ascertained in the remaining 12% (16 out of 131). The most common manifestations were inability to look to the extreme up or down (45%, 55 out of 123), abnormally slow object tracking (43%, 53 out of 123), convergent squint (36%, 44 out of 121), and ataxia (15 to 20%, 18-27 out of 117). Seizures were reported in 19 out of 122 patients (16%), and myoclonic seizures were reported in 3 out of 121 patients (2%). The most common genotypes were L444P/L444P (76 out of 108, 70%), L444P/D409H (9 out of 108, 8%), D409H/D409H (8 out of 108, 7%), and L444P/rare allele (6 out of 108, 6%); full sequencing was not performed in all patients.

CONCLUSIONS: Neurological manifestations of GD often begin to appear before the age of 2 years. The most common neurological signs and manifestations are brainstem abnormalities and fine motor dysfunction. The most common genotype is L444P/L444P.

TY, A. - G., M. Amin, A. M. Rasheed, and H. H. Fouad, "Essential fatty acids status in infants and children with chronic liver disease", Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition, vol. 33, no. 1: SOCIETY FOR FREE RADICAL RESEARCH JAPAN, pp. 1–6, 2003. Abstract
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Twfik, H., A. - A. M. Seida, A. A. Hashem, and M. M. Nagy, "Comparative Study between Revascularization and MTA Apical plug for Treatment of Immature Permanent Teeth with Necrotic Pulp in Dogs: Part I Radiographic Assessment", In Proceeding of 22nd. European Congress of Veterinary Dentistry and 12th. World Veterinary Dental Congress., Prague – Czech Republic, pp. 279-285, 2013.
Twfik, H., A. - A. M. Seida, A. A. Hashem, and M. M. Nagy, "Comparative Study between Revascularization and MTA Apical plug for Treatment of Immature Permanent Teeth with Necrotic Pulp in Dogs: Part II Histopathological Assessment", 22nd. European Congress of Veterinary Dentistry and 12th. World Veterinary Dental Congress., Prague – Czech Republic, pp. 280-292, 2013.
Twfik, F. M., A. M. Sulieman, A. S. Barakat, M. S. Abbas, and H. M. Sobhy, "Production of healthy snacks from barley, chickpea, lettuce seeds and herb distributed in Egypt", Arab Universities Journal of Agricultural Sciences, vol. 24, issue 2: The Society of Arab Colleges of Agriculture, pp. 513-523, 2016. Abstract
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Tuvdendorj, B., H. Zeng, B. Wu, A. Elnashar, M. Zhang, F. Tian, M. Nabil, L. Nanzad, A. Bulkhbai, and N. Natsagdorj, "Performance and the Optimal Integration of Sentinel-1/2 Time-Series Features for Crop Classification in Northern Mongolia", Remote Sensing, vol. 14, issue 8, pp. 1830, 2022. AbstractWebsite

Accurate and early crop-type maps are essential for agricultural policy development and food production assessment at regional and national levels. This study aims to produce a crop-type map with acceptable accuracy and spatial resolution in northern Mongolia by optimizing the combination of Sentinel-1 (S1) and Sentinel-2 (S2) images with the Google Earth Engine (GEE) environment. A total of three satellite data combination scenarios are set, including S1 alone, S2 alone, and the combination of S1 and S2. In order to avoid the impact of data gaps caused by clouds on crop classification, this study reconstructed the time series of S1 and S2 with a 10-day interval using the median composite method, linear moving interpolation, and Savitzky–Golay (SG) filter. Our results indicated that crop-type classification accuracy increased with the increase in data length to all three data combination scenarios. S2 alone has higher accuracy than S1 alone and the combination of S1 and S2. The crop-type map with the highest accuracy was generated using S2 data from 150 days of the year (DOY) (11 May) to 260 DOY (18 September). The OA and kappa were 0.93 and 0.78, respectively, and the F1-score for spring wheat and rapeseed were 0.96 and 0.80, respectively. The classification accuracy of the crop increased rapidly from 210 DOY (end of July) to 260 DOY (August to mid-September), and then it remained stable after 260 DOY. Based on our analysis, we filled the gap of the crop-type map with 10 m spatial resolution in northern Mongolia, revealing the best satellite combination and the best period for crop-type classification, which can benefit the achievement of sustainable development goals 2 (SDGs2).

Turner, J. A., "Understanding the elements of system design", Critical {Issues} in {Information} {Systems} {Research}, Chichester, John Wiley & Sons, pp. 97–111, 1987. Abstract

requirements are evolved, not predetermned: requirements design

Turner, A. J., and P. E. Hick, "Inhibition of aldehyde reductase by acidic metabolites of the biogenic amines.", Biochemical pharmacology, vol. 24, issue 18, pp. 1731-3, 1975 Sep 15. Abstract
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Turky, D. A., M. A. Samy, and D. Zakaria, Recent advances in postoperative management of liver transplanted patient, , 2010.
doaa abdeltawab turki, khaled ali awad elsamahy, gehan mohamed kamal, and ghada mohamed nabil, Evaluation of ultrasound guided rectus sheath block as a part of perioperative analgesia for midline and paramedian abdominal incision in cancer patients, , Giza, Cairo univ, 2016.
Turkey, E., Z. S. E. Elsanabary, L. H. M. Elshazly, and M. H. Osman, "Role of Pattern Electroretinogram in Ocular Hypertension and Early Glaucoma", Journal of Glaucoma , vol. 28, pp. 871–877, 2019.
Turkey, E., Z. El Sanabary, L. Elshazly, and M. Osman, "Role of pattern ERG in ocular hypertension and early glaucoma", J Glaucoma, vol. 28, issue 10, pp. 871-877, 2019.
Turi, A., and M. R. El-Hebeary, "Influence of the Conditions of Stress Formation upon Cold Cracking Resistance during Welding ", GEP, vol. 11, issue XXIX, pp. 439 , 1977.
Turi, A., and M. R. El-Hebeary, "Interaction among Material, Technology and Structure on Cracking of Welded Joints", 7th Welding Conference, Budapest ,Hungary, 7-11 June 1976.
Turi, A., and M. R. El-Hebeary, "The Interaction among Material, Technology and Structure on Cracking of Welded Joints", 7th Welding Conference, Budapest ,Hungary, pp. 249, 1977.
Turi, A., and M. R. El-Hebeary, "About the Mechanism and Kinetics of Cold Cracking of Welds", GEP, vol. 9, issue XXXIII, 1981.
Turi, A., and M. R. El-Hebeary, "Influence of Weld Heat Affected Zone Properties on Susceptibility to Cold Cracking ", GEP, vol. 5, issue XXXII. , pp. 186-191, 1980.
Turi, A., and M. R. El-Hebeary, "Role of Steel, Welding Material, and Welding Technology on Cold Cracking Resistance", GEP, vol. ,5, issue XXXI, pp. 194-200 , 1979.
k. Turgut, A., M. S. Osman, and A. H. Kara, "POLYNOMIAL AND RATIONAL WAVE SOLUTIONS OF KUDRYASHOV-SINELSHCHIKOV EQUATION AND NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS FOR ITS DYNAMIC MOTIONS", Journal of Applied Analysis and Computation, vol. 10, issue 5, pp. 2145-2162, 2020.
Turetken, O., A. Elgammal, W. van den Heuvel, and M. Papazoglou, "Capturing Compliance Requirements: A Pattern-Based Approach", IEEE Software, special issue on Software Engineering for Compliance, vol. 29, no. 3, pp. 28-36, 2012. Abstract
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