Publications

Export 994 results:
Sort by: [ Author  (Asc)] Title Type Year
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V [W] X Y Z   [Show ALL]
W
Wazwaz, A. - M., and M. S. Osman, "Analyzing the combined multi-waves polynomial solutions in a two-layer-liquid medium", Computers & Mathematics with Applications, vol. 76, issue 2, pp. 276-283, 2018. analyzing_the_combined_multi-waves.pdf
Wazwaz, A. - M., and M. A. Helal, "Variants of the generalized fifth-order KdV equation with compact and noncompact structures", Chaos, Solitons & Fractals, vol. 21, no. 3: Pergamon, pp. 579–589, 2004. Abstract
n/a
Wazwaz, A. - M., and M. A. Helal, "Nonlinear variants of the BBM equation with compact and noncompact physical structures", Chaos, Solitons & Fractals, vol. 26, no. 3: Elsevier, pp. 767–776, 2005. Abstract
n/a
Wazwaz, A. - M., and M. A. Helal, "Nonlinear variants of the BBM equation with compact and noncompact physical structures", Chaos, Solitons & Fractals, vol. 26, no. 3: Pergamon, pp. 767–776, 2005. Abstract
n/a
and Weaam R. A. Sakr, A.A. El-Sayed, H. S. E. D. A. M. F. S. A., "Effect of Chemical and Bio - fertilization on Marjoram Plants", journal of horticultural science & ornamental plants, vol. 4, issue 1: IDOSI publications, pp. 34-49, 2012. Abstract
n/a
and Weaam R.Sakr, H. K. M. M. M. M. M., "Response of japanese lawngrass (Zoysia japonica, Steud) grown in sandy soil to some soil amendements and fertilization treatments", American-Euroasian J.Agric.&Environ.Sci., vol. 3, issue 3: IDOSI publications, pp. 298-313, 2008. Abstract
n/a
Weal M. El-Metwaly, Ahmed S. Shehata, M. A. S., and H. M. Sobhy, "Problems of the existing settlements system in Lake Nasser Region", Arab Geographical Journal, vol. 72, no. 49, pp. 93–136, 2018. Abstract
n/a
and Weal M. El-Metwaly, Ahmed S. Shehata, M. A. H. S. S. M., "Problems of the existing settlements system in Lake Nasser Region", Arab Geographical Journal, vol. 72, issue 49, pp. 93-136, 2018. Abstract
n/a
WEBB, M. A. R. I. A. L., and M. M. Mashaly, "Effect of adaptation to handling on the circulating Corticosterone concentration of laying hens 1", British poultry science, vol. 25, issue 3: Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 425-427, 1984. Abstract
n/a
Webb, M. L., and M. M. Mashaly, "2: 15 pm: THE ROLE OF PROGESTERONE IN EXERCISE-INDUCED AMENORRHEA", Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, vol. 13, issue 2: LWW, pp. 105, 1981. Abstract
n/a
Webb, M., and M. Mashaly, "Basal serum corticosterone levels and corticosterone response to ACTH in female chickens at different ages", Poultry Science, vol. 61, issue 7: POULTRY SCIENCE ASSOC INC 1111 NORTH DUNLAP AVE, SAVOY, IL 61874, pp. 1566-1567, 1982. Abstract
n/a
WEBB, M. A. R. I. A. L., and M. M. Mashaly, "Maturation of the diurnal rhythm of corticosterone in female domestic fowl", Poultry science, vol. 64, issue 4: Poultry Science Association, pp. 744-750, 1985. Abstract
n/a
WEBB, M. A. R. I. A. L., J. P. Wallace, C. Hamill, J. L. Hodgson, and M. A. G. D. I. M. MASHALY, "Serum testosterone concentration during two hours of moderate intensity treadmill running in trained men and women", Endocrine research, vol. 10, issue 1: Informa Healthcare USA, Inc. New York, pp. 27-38, 1984. Abstract
n/a
professor Wedad, D. M., A. D. N. professor Elzayat, and D. M. lecturer Abdelhak, comparative study of general anesthesia versus combined spinal- epidural anesthesia on the fetus in cesarean section., , Cairo, Cairo university, Submitted.
Wedad Z. Mostafa, Magda I. Assaf, M. A. - H. I. A. S. E. - T. R. E. A. A., "Histopathological evidence of involvement of eccrine sweat glands in adverse cutaneous drug reactions", JEWDS, vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 65–70, 2016. Abstract
n/a
Wedemeyer, H., A. S. Duberg, M. Buti, W. M. Rosenberg, S. Frankova, G. Esmat, N. Örmeci, H. Van Vlierberghe, M. Gschwantler, U. Akarca, et al., "Strategies to manage hepatitis C virus (HCV) disease burden.", Journal of viral hepatitis, vol. 21 Suppl 1, pp. 60-89, 2014 May. Abstract

The number of hepatitis C virus (HCV) infections is projected to decline while those with advanced liver disease will increase. A modeling approach was used to forecast two treatment scenarios: (i) the impact of increased treatment efficacy while keeping the number of treated patients constant and (ii) increasing efficacy and treatment rate. This analysis suggests that successful diagnosis and treatment of a small proportion of patients can contribute significantly to the reduction of disease burden in the countries studied. The largest reduction in HCV-related morbidity and mortality occurs when increased treatment is combined with higher efficacy therapies, generally in combination with increased diagnosis. With a treatment rate of approximately 10%, this analysis suggests it is possible to achieve elimination of HCV (defined as a >90% decline in total infections by 2030). However, for most countries presented, this will require a 3-5 fold increase in diagnosis and/or treatment. Thus, building the public health and clinical provider capacity for improved diagnosis and treatment will be critical.

Wedemeyer, H., A. S. Duberg, M. Buti, W. M. Rosenberg, S. Frankova, G. Esmat, N. Örmeci, H. Van Vlierberghe, M. Gschwantler, U. Akarca, et al., "Strategies to manage hepatitis C virus (HCV) disease burden.", Journal of viral hepatitis, vol. 21 Suppl 1, pp. 60-89, 2014 May. Abstract

The number of hepatitis C virus (HCV) infections is projected to decline while those with advanced liver disease will increase. A modeling approach was used to forecast two treatment scenarios: (i) the impact of increased treatment efficacy while keeping the number of treated patients constant and (ii) increasing efficacy and treatment rate. This analysis suggests that successful diagnosis and treatment of a small proportion of patients can contribute significantly to the reduction of disease burden in the countries studied. The largest reduction in HCV-related morbidity and mortality occurs when increased treatment is combined with higher efficacy therapies, generally in combination with increased diagnosis. With a treatment rate of approximately 10%, this analysis suggests it is possible to achieve elimination of HCV (defined as a >90% decline in total infections by 2030). However, for most countries presented, this will require a 3-5 fold increase in diagnosis and/or treatment. Thus, building the public health and clinical provider capacity for improved diagnosis and treatment will be critical.

Wedn, A. M., S. - S. Bun, D. G. Latcu, and N. Saoudi, "Step-by-Step Double Coronary Sinus Cannulation Approach as a Landmark for Difficult Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Implantation", SL Clinical and Experimental Cardiology, 2018. crt_double_cs.pdf
Wedn, A. M., A. El Damaty, M. Elhalag, R. E. Sherif, and H. Alaasr, "Segmental Versus Circumferential Ablation of Pulmonary Veins in Patients with Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation", Open Access Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences, vol. 8, no. B, pp. 85–98, 2020. Abstract
n/a
Weed, D., L. G. Maqueda, M. A. Brown, B. A. Hussein, and A. A. Shabana, "A new nonlinear multibody/finite element formulation for knee joint ligaments", Nonlinear Dynamics, vol. 60, no. 3: Springer, pp. 357–367, 2010. Abstract
n/a
Wei, L., A. A. Hussein, Y. Ma, G. Azabdaftari, Y. Ahmed, L. P. Wong, Q. Hu, W. Luo, V. N. Cranwell, B. L. Bunch, et al., "Accurate Quantification of Residual Cancer Cells in Pelvic Washing Reveals Association with Cancer Recurrence Following Robot-Assisted Radical Cystectomy.", The Journal of urology, 2019 Feb 05. Abstract

BACKGROUND: Bladder cancer recurrence following cystectomy remains a significant cause of bladder cancer-specific mortality. Residual cancer cells (RCCs) contribute to cancer recurrence due either to tumor spillage or undetectable pre-existing micrometastatic tumor clones. We sought to detect and quantify RCCs in pelvic washing using ultra-deep targeted sequencing (UTS) and compare the levels of RCCs with clinical variables and cancer recurrence.

METHODS: 17 patients underwent robotic-assisted radical cystectomy (RARC) with primary tumor specimen available. All tumors had negative surgical margins. Pelvic washes and blood were collected intra-operatively: before RARC, after RARC, after pelvic lymph node dissection (PLND), and in the suction fluid collected during the procedure. A two-step sequencing, including whole-exome sequencing (WES) followed by UTS (>50,000X), was used to quantify RCCs in each sample. Eight patients were excluded due to sample quality issues. The final analysis cohort included nine patients. RCC level was quantified for each sample as the relative cancer cell fraction (RCCF), and compared between different time points. The peak RCCF (pRCCF) of each patient was correlated with clinical and pathological variables.

RESULTS: RCCs were detected in approximately half of the pelvic washing specimens during or after RARC, but not before it. Higher levels of RCCs were associated with aggressive variant histology and cancer recurrence. Verifying the feasibility of using RCCs as a novel biomarker for recurrence requires larger cohorts.

CONCLUSIONS: Detection of RCCs in intra-operative peritoneal washes of bladder cancer patients undergoing radical cystectomy may represent a robust biomarker of tumor aggressiveness and metastatic potential.

Wei, W., M. Li, H. RHE, and M. en Ji, "Optimization of Thermal Performance of the Parabolic Trough Solar Collector Systems Based on GA-BP Neural Network Model", International Journal of Green Energy , vol. 14, pp. 819- 830, 2017.
Wei, K., Y. Lu, X. Ma, A. Duan, X. Lu, H. Abdel-Shafy, and T. Deng, "Transcriptome-Wide Association Study Reveals Potentially Candidate Genes Responsible for Milk Production Traits in Buffalo.", International journal of molecular sciences, vol. 25, issue 5, 2024. Abstract

Identifying key causal genes is critical for unraveling the genetic basis of complex economic traits, yet it remains a formidable challenge. The advent of large-scale sequencing data and computational algorithms, such as transcriptome-wide association studies (TWASs), offers a promising avenue for identifying potential causal genes. In this study, we harnessed the power of TWAS to identify genes potentially responsible for milk production traits, including daily milk yield (MY), fat percentage (FP), and protein percentage (PP), within a cohort of 100 buffaloes. Our approach began by generating the genotype and expression profiles for these 100 buffaloes through whole-genome resequencing and RNA sequencing, respectively. Through comprehensive genome-wide association studies (GWAS), we pinpointed a total of seven and four single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) significantly associated with MY and FP traits, respectively. By using TWAS, we identified 55, 71, and 101 genes as significant signals for MY, FP, and PP traits, respectively. To delve deeper, we conducted protein-protein interaction (PPI) analysis, revealing the categorization of these genes into distinct PPI networks. Interestingly, several TWAS-identified genes within the PPI network played a vital role in milk performance. These findings open new avenues for identifying potentially causal genes underlying important traits, thereby offering invaluable insights for genomics and breeding in buffalo populations.

Weidmann, M., T. Avsic-Zupanc, S. Bino, M. Bouloy, F. Burt, S. Chinikar, I. Christova, I. Dedushaj, A. El-Sanousi, and N. Elaldi, "Biosafety standards for working with Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus", Journal of General Virology, vol. 97, issue 11: Microbiology Society, pp. 2799-2808, 2016. Abstractbiosafety_standards_for_working_with_cchf_virus.pdf

n/a