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V, N., K. CY, I. SA,, Jouini R, and et al, "Differential roles for membrane-bound and soluble syndecan-1 (CD138) in breast cancer progression", Carcinogenesis, vol. 30(3):397-407, 2009.
Václav Snášel, A. Keprt, A. Abraham, and A. E. Hassanien, "Approximate string matching by fuzzy automata", Man-Machine Interactions: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 281–290, 2009. Abstract
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Václav Snášel, A. Keprt, A. Abraham, and A. E. Hassanien, "Approximate string matching by fuzzy automata", Man-Machine Interactions: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 281–290, 2009. Abstract
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Vagenas, E. C., A. F. Ali, and H. Alshal, "GUP and the no-cloning theorem", The European Physical Journal C, vol. 79, issue 3, pp. 276, 2019.
Vagenas, E. C., A. F. Ali, and H. Alshal, "Massless charged particles, naked singularity, and GUP in Reissner-Nordström-de Sitter-like spacetime", Physical Review D, vol. 99, issue 8, pp. 084013, 2019.
Vagenas, E. C., A. F. Ali, and H. Alshal, {GUP and the no-cloning theorem}, , 2018. Abstract
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Vagenas, E. C., A. F. Ali, M. Hemeda, and H. Alshal, "Linear and Quadratic GUP, Liouville Theorem, Cosmological Constant, and Brick Wall Entropy", The European Physical Journal C, vol. 79, issue 5, pp. 398, 2019.
Vajawat, M., and et al, "Pyogenic granuloma:An unusual presentation. (Prof. Emad Daif was a peer reviewer for this article)", British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, vol. 10, issue 3, pp. 1-5, 2015.
Valdebran, M., A. Elbendary, S. K. Chaitanya Arudra, K. M. Torres, I. El Attar, and D. M. Elston, "Nuclear and cytoplasmic features in the diagnosis of banal nevi, Spitz nevi, and melanoma.", Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, vol. 75, issue 5, pp. 1032-1037.e8, 2016 Nov. Abstract

BACKGROUND: Many authors have described cytologic features in a variety of melanocytic lesions but, to our knowledge, a statistical analysis of sensitivity, specificity, and overall accuracy of these features alone or in combination has not been performed.

OBJECTIVE: We sought to determine the diagnostic value of nuclear and cytoplasmic characteristics in the diagnosis of melanocytic lesions via multivariate statistical analysis.

METHODS: This is a retrospective observational study conducted on 300 melanocytic lesions. We evaluated a series of distinctive features; subsequently a multivariate model was used to determine sensitivity and specificity.

RESULTS: Major features that favor a diagnosis of melanoma include: pleomorphism with enlarged nuclei, mitotic figures, notching/corrugation of the nuclear envelope, and peppered moth nucleus. Features with intermediate value include: solid hyperchromasia, vesicular nucleus with single round nucleolus, and nuclear/cytoplasmic ratio greater than 4:1.

LIMITATIONS: Limitations of this study include its retrospective nature, and the reliance on the original diagnostic classification of each neoplasm.

CONCLUSION: Our data suggest that some nuclear alterations have greater value in the diagnosis of benign and malignant melanocytic lesions.

Valdebran, M., J. Bandino, A. Elbendary, A. A. Gad, K. C. Arudra, S. de Feraudy, and D. M. Elston, "Nuclear and cytoplasmic features in the diagnosis of Clark's nevi.", Journal of cutaneous pathology, vol. 45, issue 3, pp. 204-207, 2018 Mar. Abstract

BACKGROUND: Interpretation of Clark's nevi has generated debate over the years; although criteria have been proposed for grading morphological features of melanocytes, there is still confusion and variability in the assessment of these lesions.

METHODS: This is a retrospective observational study conducted on 100 Clark's nevi and 84 melanomas. A single expert dermatopathologist evaluated all blinded and randomized photomicrographs of both the Clark's nevi and melanomas for the presence of 14 cytologic features. Subsequently, a multivariate model was used to obtain sensitivity and specificity.

RESULTS: Clark's nevi showed a significantly higher frequency of absent-or-inconspicuous nucleoli over melanoma, whereas mitotic figures, pleomorphism, notching, multiple nucleoli, peppered moth nuclear pattern, flattened adjacent nuclei, prominent nucleoli and vesicular nucleus with rounded nucleoli were found significantly higher in frequency in melanomas.

CONCLUSION: Our data suggest that nuclear alterations are of value in the differentiation of atypical nevi from melanoma.

Valdebran, M., A. Elbendary, Z. Kolansky, R. Sainai, and E. Blochin, "Desmoplastic trichilemmoma of the scalp", Dermatology online journal, vol. 7, issue 2, pp. 238-239, 2016.
Valdebran, M., J. Bandino, A. Elbendary, A. A. Gad, K. C. Arudra, S. de Feraudy, and D. M. Elston, "Nuclear and cytoplasmic features in the diagnosis of Clark's nevi.", Journal of cutaneous pathology, vol. 45, issue 3, pp. 204-207, 2018 Mar. Abstract

BACKGROUND: Interpretation of Clark's nevi has generated debate over the years; although criteria have been proposed for grading morphological features of melanocytes, there is still confusion and variability in the assessment of these lesions.

METHODS: This is a retrospective observational study conducted on 100 Clark's nevi and 84 melanomas. A single expert dermatopathologist evaluated all blinded and randomized photomicrographs of both the Clark's nevi and melanomas for the presence of 14 cytologic features. Subsequently, a multivariate model was used to obtain sensitivity and specificity.

RESULTS: Clark's nevi showed a significantly higher frequency of absent-or-inconspicuous nucleoli over melanoma, whereas mitotic figures, pleomorphism, notching, multiple nucleoli, peppered moth nuclear pattern, flattened adjacent nuclei, prominent nucleoli and vesicular nucleus with rounded nucleoli were found significantly higher in frequency in melanomas.

CONCLUSION: Our data suggest that nuclear alterations are of value in the differentiation of atypical nevi from melanoma.

Vale, A. M., P. Kapoor, G. A. Skibinski, A. Elgavish, T. I. Mahmoud, C. Zemlin, M. Zemlin, P. D. Burrows, A. Nobrega, J. F. Kearney, et al., "The link between antibodies to OxLDL and natural protection against pneumococci depends on DH gene conservation", The Journal of experimental medicine, vol. 210, no. 5: Rockefeller Univ Press, pp. 875–890, 2013. Abstract
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Valerian Ciobota˘, Walid Salama, P. V. J. N. T. P. R., and J. P. Ahmed El Kammar, Rania S. Morsy, "Raman investigations of Upper Cretaceous phosphorite and black shale from Safaga District, Red Sea, Egypt", Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, vol. 118, pp. 42-47, 2014. 2014_ciobota_and_salama_et_al_spec._acta.pdf
Van der Wiel, M. J., and T. M. El-Sherbini, "Oscillator Strengths for Multiple Electron Transitions following M-Ionization in Kr and N-Ionization in Xe", Inner Shell Ionization Phenomena and Future Applications, pp. 1673, 1973. Abstract
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Van der Wiel, M. J., and T. M. El-Sherbini, "Ionization of N 2 and CO by 10 keV electrons as a function of the energy loss: II. Inner-shell electrons", Physica, vol. 59, issue 3: Elsevier, pp. 453-462, 1972. Abstract
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Van der Wiel, M. J., T. M. El-Sherbini, and L. Vriens, "Multiple ionization of He, Ne and Ar by 2–16 keV electrons", Physica, vol. 42, issue 3: Elsevier, pp. 411-420, 1969. Abstract
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Van der Wiel, M. J., T. M. El-Sherbini, and C. E. Brion, "K Shell Excitation of nitrogen and carbon monoxide by electron impact", Chemical Physics Letters, vol. 7, issue 2: Elsevier, pp. 161-164, 1970. Abstract
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Van Harreveld, A., N. A. Ahmed, and D. J. Tanner, "Sulfate concentrations in cerebrospinal fluid and serum of rabbits and cats.", Am. J. Physiol, vol. 210,, pp. 777-780., 1966.
Van Sciver, S. W., S. Breon, E. Canavan, B. Helvensteijn, and A. Khalil, "Some experiments with helium II above the critical heat flux", Stability of superconductors in helium I and helium II, 1981. Abstract
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Van Sciver, S. W., and A. Khalil, "Stability of an aluminum-NbTi composite conductor at reduced temperatures", Proc. Symp. Eng. Probl. Fusion Res.;(United States), no. CONF-811040-: Univ of Wis, Madison, USA, 1981. Abstract
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Van Sciver, S. W., A. Khalil, K. Y. Yuan, and I. N. Sviatoslavsky, Conceptual design for a modular-stellarator fusion-reactor magnet, : Wisconsin Univ., Madison (USA). Dept. of Nuclear Engineering, 1981. Abstract
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Van Sciver, S. H., S. Breon, E. Canavan, B. Helvensteijn, and A. Khalil, "SOME EXPERIMENTS HITH HELIUM II ABOVE THE CRITICAL HEAT FLUX", Science et technique du froid: Institut international du froid., 1981. Abstract
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Van Sciver, S., J. Derr, A. Khalil, and I. Sviatoslavsky, "Preliminary magnet design for a stellarator fusion reactor", IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, vol. 17, no. 5: IEEE, pp. 1703–1706, 1981. Abstract
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