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Weil, R. R., and N. Khalil, "Canopy response of soybean affected by growth habit and late season competition", Agronomy Journal, vol. 82, no. 3: American Society of Agronomy, pp. 534–540, 1990. Abstract
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Weil, R. R., and N. A. Khalil, "Salinity tolerance of winged bean as compared to that of soybean", Agronomy journal, vol. 78, no. 1: American Society of Agronomy, pp. 67–70, 1986. Abstract
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Weil Jr, W. B., and M. D. Bailie, "New books received", The Journal of PEDIATRICS, vol. 94, no. 1, pp. 134, 1990. Abstract
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Weil R.R., K. N. A., and P. R. Thomison, "Canopy Response of Sowbean Affected by growth Habit and late season competition", Agronomy Journal, , May, June, vol. 82, pp. 534–540, 1990. Abstract
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Weingärtner, S., S. Roujol, M. Akçakaya, T. A. Basha, and R. Nezafat, "Free-breathing multislice native myocardial T1 mapping using the slice-interleaved T1 (STONE) sequence", Magnetic resonance in medicine, vol. 74, no. 1, pp. 115–124, 2015. Abstract
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Weingärtner, S., S. Roujol, M. Akçakaya, T. A. Basha, and R. Nezafat, "Free‐breathing multislice native myocardial T1 mapping using the slice‐interleaved T1 (STONE) sequence", Magnetic resonance in medicine, vol. 74, issue 1, pp. 115-124, 2015. Abstract
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Weingärtner, S., M. Akçakaya, T. Basha, K. V. Kissinger, B. Goddu, S. Berg, W. J. Manning, and R. Nezafat, "Combined saturation/inversion recovery sequences for improved evaluation of scar and diffuse fibrosis in patients with arrhythmia or heart rate variability", Magnetic resonance in medicine, vol. 71, no. 3, pp. 1024–1034, 2014. Abstract
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Weingärtner, S., M. Akçakaya, S. Roujol, T. Basha, C. Tschabrunn, S. Berg, E. Anter, and R. Nezafat, "Free-breathing combined three-dimensional phase sensitive late gadolinium enhancement and T1 mapping for myocardial tissue characterization", Magnetic resonance in medicine, vol. 74, no. 4, pp. 1032–1041, 2015. Abstract
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Weingärtner, S., M. Akçakaya, S. Roujol, T. Basha, C. Tschabrunn, S. Berg, E. Anter, and R. Nezafat, "Free‐breathing combined three‐dimensional phase sensitive late gadolinium enhancement and T1 mapping for myocardial tissue characterization", Magnetic resonance in medicine, vol. 74, issue 4, pp. 1032-1041, 2015. Abstract
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Weingärtner, S., M. Akçakaya, T. Basha, K. V. Kissinger, B. Goddu, S. Berg, W. J. Manning, and R. Nezafat, "Combined saturation/inversion recovery sequences for improved evaluation of scar and diffuse fibrosis in patients with arrhythmia or heart rate variability", Magnetic resonance in medicine, vol. 71, no. 3, pp. 1024–1034, 2014. Abstract
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Weingärtner, S., M. Akçakaya, T. Basha, K. V. Kissinger, B. Goddu, S. Berg, W. J. Manning, and R. Nezafat, "Combined saturation/inversion recovery sequences for improved evaluation of scar and diffuse fibrosis in patients with arrhythmia or heart rate variability", Magnetic resonance in medicine, vol. 71, issue 3, pp. 1024-1034, 2014. Abstract
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Weingärtner, S., M. Akçakaya, S. Roujol, T. Basha, C. Stehning, K. V. Kissinger, B. Goddu, S. Berg, W. J. Manning, and R. Nezafat, "Free-breathing post-contrast three-dimensional T1 mapping: volumetric assessment of myocardial T1 values", Magnetic resonance in medicine, vol. 73, no. 1, pp. 214–222, 2015. Abstract
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Weingärtner, S., M. Akçakaya, S. Roujol, T. Basha, C. Stehning, K. V. Kissinger, B. Goddu, S. Berg, W. J. Manning, and R. Nezafat, "Free‐breathing post‐contrast three‐dimensional T1 mapping: Volumetric assessment of myocardial T1 values", Magnetic resonance in medicine, vol. 73, issue 1, pp. 214-222, 2015. Abstract
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Weintraub, M., H. M. Khaled, A. - R. Zekri, A. Bahnasi, S. Eissa, D. J. Venzon, I. T. Magrath, and K. G. Bhatia, "p53 mutations in Egyptian bladder cancer", International Journal of Oncology, vol. 7, no. 6, pp. 1269-1274, 1995. AbstractWebsite

Cancer of the bladder is a frequent malignancy in Egypt and other developing countries in which bladder infection with the parasite Schistosoma haematobium is common. Several epidemiological, histopathological and clinical characteristics of cancer of the Bilharzial bladder suggest that it is distinct from bladder cancer seen in industrialized countries. Little is known, however, about molecular aberrations in Egyptian bladder cancer. We studied the status of p53 in a series of 25 cases of Egyptian bladder cancer using immunohistochemistry to detect the p53 protein and SSCP/sequencing to identify mutations in the p53 gene. Ten of 25 (40%) tumor samples showed a mutation by SSCP/sequencing. Mutations were seen in both the squamous and transitional cell variants. The presence of mutations was associated with advanced stage of disease. Immunohistochemistry had a sensitivity of 70%, and a specificity of 85% for detecting p53 mutations. Our data show that p53 mutations are a common event in Egyptian bladder cancer, and may be an indicator of advanced disease. Immunohistochemistry is both sensitive and specific for detecting p53 mutations in this tumor, and may be used to assess the prognostic value of p53 mutations in this disease.

Welson, M. M., D. G. Amin, and E. H. Elnoshokaty, "Molecular detection of 6q deletion in Egyptian patients with B-cell chronic lymphoproliferative disorders ", Egyptian Journal of Haematology , vol. 37, pp. 129–134, 2012.
van Wely, M., I. Kwan, A. L. Burt, J. Thomas, A. Vail, F. V. der Veen, and H. G. Al-Inany, "Recombinant Versus Urinary Gonadotrophin for Ovarian Stimulation in Assisted Reproductive Technology Cycles", Cochrane Library, 2011. Abstract

Background: Several systematic reviews compared recombinant gonadotrophin with urinary gonadotrophins (HMG, purified FSH, highly purified FSH) for ovarian hyperstimulation in IVF and ICSI cycles and these reported conflicting results. Each of these reviews used different inclusion and exclusion criteria for trials. Our aim in producing this review is to bring together all randomised studies in this field under common inclusion criteria with consistent and valid statistical methods.

Wen, X., X. Zhang, G. Szewczyk, A. El-Hussein, Y. - Y. Huang, T. Sarna, and M. R. Hamblin, "Potassium iodide potentiates antimicrobial photodynamic inactivation mediated by Rose Bengal: in vitro and in vivo studies.", Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy, 2017 Apr 24, 2018. Abstract

Rose Bengal (RB) is a halogenated xanthene dye that has been used to mediate antimicrobial photodynamic inactivation for several years. While highly active against Gram-positive bacteria, RB is largely inactive in killing Gram-negative bacteria. We have discovered that addition of the non-toxic salt potassium iodide (100mM) potentiates green light (540nm)-mediated killing by up to six extra logs with Gram-negative bacteria Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Gram-positive methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus, and fungal yeast Candida albicans. The mechanism is proposed to be singlet oxygen addition to iodide anion to form peroxyiodide, which decomposes into radicals, and finally forms hydrogen peroxide and molecular iodine. The effects of these different bactericidal species can be teased apart by comparing killing in three different scenarios: (1) cells+RB+KI are mixed together then illuminated with green light; (2) cells+RB are centrifuged then KI added then green light; (3) RB+KI+green light then cells added after light. We also showed that KI could potentiate RB-PDT in a mouse model of skin abrasions infected with bioluminescent P. aeruginosa.

Wen, Z. - G., M. Xie, A. - M. Fouad, J. Tang, U. Maqbool, W. Huang, and S. - S. Hou, "The effect of feed consumption levels on growth performance and apparent digestibility of nutrients in White Pekin ducks", Journal of Applied Animal Research, no. ahead-of-print: Taylor & Francis, pp. 1–6, 2014. Abstract
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Wen, J., S. Chen, M. Bao, C. Hu, L. Wu, Y. Yong, X. Liu, Y. Li, Z. Yu, Xingbin Ma, et al., "Slc9a1 plays a vital role in chitosan oligosaccharide transport across the intestinal mucosa of mice.", Carbohydrate polymers, vol. 299, pp. 120179, 2023. Abstract

The mechanism underlying the intestinal transport of COS is not well understood. Here, transcriptome and proteome analyses were performed to identify potential critical molecules involved in COS transport. Enrichment analyses revealed that the differentially expressed genes in the duodenum of the COS-treated mice were mainly enriched in transmembrane and immune function. In particular, B2 m, Itgb2, and Slc9a1 were upregulated. The Slc9a1 inhibitor decreased the transport efficiency of COS both in MODE-K cells (in vitro) and in mice (in vivo). The transport of FITC-COS in Slc9a1-overexpressing MODE-K cells was significantly higher than that in empty vector-transfected cells (P < 0.01). Molecular docking analysis revealed the possibility of stable binding between COS and Slc9a1 through hydrogen bonding. This finding indicates that Slc9a1 plays a crucial role in COS transport in mice. This provides valuable insights for improving the absorption efficiency of COS as a drug adjuvant.

Wentworth, B., M. Wineland, M. Mashaly, J. Proudman, N. Zimmermann, and W. Burke, "4. Status and Importance of Radioimmunoassay in Poultry Research", Poultry Science, vol. 53, issue 4: Poultry Science Association, pp. 1315-1315, 1974. Abstract
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Wentworth, B. C., M. Mashaly, G. Birrenkott, N. Zimmerman, and M. J. Wineland, "PERFORMANCE OF GROWING TURKEYS AND DUCKS IMPLANTED AND FED ZERANOL", POULTRY SCIENCE, vol. 58, issue 4: POULTRY SCIENCE ASSOC INC 1111 NORTH DUNLAP AVE, SAVOY, IL 61874, pp. 1122-1122, 1979. Abstract
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Wenz, F., Y. Abo-Madyan, G. Welzel, and F. A. Giordano, "ABVD vs. radiotherapy in early stage Hodgkin’s lymphoma", Strahlentherapie und Onkologie, vol. 188, no. 8: Urban & Vogel, pp. 649, 2012. Abstract
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Werner, L., D. J. Apple, S. K. Pandey, R. H. Trivedi, A. M. Izak, and T. A. Macky, "Phakic posterior chamber intraocular lenses.", International ophthalmology clinics, vol. 41, issue 3, pp. 153-74, 2001 Summer.
Werner, L., D. J. Apple, A. M. Izak, S. K. Pandey, R. H. Trivedi, and T. A. Macky, "Phakic anterior chamber intraocular lenses.", International ophthalmology clinics, vol. 41, issue 3, pp. 133-52, 2001 Summer.
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