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Elsayed, Y., A. Wageeh, T. Ismail, and H. Mostafa, "All-Optical Clock and Data Recovery using Self-Pulsating Lasers for High-Speed Optical Networks", IEEE International Conference on Energy Aware Computing Systems and Applications (ICEAC 2015), Cairo Egypt (Best Paper Award), IEEE, pp. 1-3, 2015. [PDF]
El-Sayed, Y., A. Wageeh, T. Ismail, and H. Mostafa, "All-Optical Clock and Data Recovery using Self-Pulsating Lasers for High-Speed Optical Networks", ICEAC , Egypt, March, 2015. Abstract

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Allam, M., M. A. Tawilla, A. G. Warda, M. A. Ali, and I. I. E. - N. Soad, "Alleviation the adverse effect of gossypol in undecortecated cottonseed meal by using some additives in growing lambs rations.", J. Agric. Sci. Mansoura Univ., vol. 31, issue 7, pp. 4197-6160., 2006. Abstract
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Wahba, E. S., "Aloe vera gel phonophoresis versus silver nanoparticles phonophoresis on burn wound: a prospective randomized double-blinded trial", Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy, vol. Volume 23, issue Issue 1 January-June 2018, pp. 30–35, 2018.
Ahmed, A. E., S. Jacob, T. Wood, and H. Fouad, "Altered gene expression and growth restriction in fetal brain following exposure to the water disinfectant byproduct (DBP); Chloroacetonitrile (CAN).", NEUROTOXICOLOGY, vol. 27, no. 5: ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV PO BOX 211, 1000 AE AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS, pp. 924–925, 2006. Abstract
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Schuck, R., M. Y. Abd El Rahman, A. Rentzsch, W. Hui, Y. Weng, V. Alexi-Meskishvili, P. E. Lange, F. Berger, and H. Abdul-Khaliq, "Altered right ventricular function in the long-term follow-up evaluation of patients after delayed aortic reimplantation of the anomalous left coronary artery from the pulmonary artery.", Pediatric cardiology, vol. 35, issue 3, pp. 530-5, 2014 Mar. Abstractlbhth_lrb.pdf

This study aimed to evaluate regional and global ventricular functions in the long term after aortic reimplantation of the anomalous left coronary artery from the pulmonary artery (ALCAPA) and to assess whether the time of surgical repair influences ventricular performance.The study examined 20 patients with a median age of 15 years (range 3-37 years) who had a corrected ALCAPA and 20 age-matched control subjects using echocardiography and tissue Doppler imaging (TDI). The median follow-up period after corrective surgery was 6 years (range 2.6-15 years). Seven patients underwent surgery before the age of 3 years (early-surgery group), whereas 13 patients had surgery after that age (late-surgery group). The TDI-derived myocardial strain of the interventricular septum (IVS), lateral wall of the left ventricle (LV), and lateral wall of the right ventricle (RV) in the basal and mid regions were examined, and a mean was calculated. The pulsed Doppler-derived Tei index was used to assess global left ventricular function. No significant differences were found between the early-surgery group and the control group regarding the regional myocardial strain or the Tei index. Compared with the early-surgery group, the late-surgery group had a significantly higher Tei index (mean 0.37; range 0.31-0.42 vs. mean 0.52; range 0.39-0.69; p < 0.005), a lower strain percentage of the lateral wall of the LV (mean 29; range 17-30 vs. mean 9; range 7-23), IVS (mean 23; range 21-31 vs. mean 19; range 13-25), and lateral wall of the RV (mean 23; range 21-31 vs. mean 19; range 13-25). The age at operation correlated significantly with the Tei index (r = 0.84, p < 0.001) and inversely with the mean strain of the lateral wall of the LV (r = -0.53, p = 0.028), IVS (r = -0.68, p = 0.003), and lateral wall of the RV (r = -0.68, p = 0.003). At the midterm follow-up evaluation after corrective surgery of ALCAPA, not only the left but also the right ventricular function seemed to be affected in patients with delayed diagnosis and late surgical repair but preserved among the younger patients with early diagnosis and corrective surgery.

Motawi, T. M. K., M. M. William, M. M. Nooh, and H. M. Abd-Elgawad, "Amelioration of cyclophosphamide toxicity via modulation of metabolizing enzymes by avocado (Persea americana) extract.", The Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology, 2021. Abstract

OBJECTIVES: Cyclophosphamide (CPA) is highly effective in treating several human tumours and autoimmune disorders; but, it triggers deleterious side effects. Avocado, Persea americana (Mill.), is a widely consumed fruit with pronounced nutritional and medicinal value. Though many studies examined the protective mechanisms of natural products against CPA toxicity, almost none investigated the modulation of CPA metabolism as a potential underlying mechanism for protection. Here, we investigated the modulating effect of avocado extract (AE) on certain CPA metabolizing enzymes and its correlation with the extent of CPA-induced pulmonary toxicity and urotoxicity.

METHODS: Rats received oral AE (0.9 g/kg body weight/day) 7 days before a single CPA injection (150 mg/kg body weight) and continued AE intake for 2, 7 or 28 days to study three phases of CPA-induced urotoxicity and pulmonary toxicity.

KEY FINDINGS: CPA acutely elevated then reduced hepatic microsomal cytochrome P450 2B6 (CYP2B6) content and significantly suppressed bladder and lung glutathione-S-transferase activity. Furthermore, CPA elevated lung myeloperoxidase activity, DNA content and hydroxyproline level and bladder blood content. AE ameliorated CPA-induced derangements through suppression of CYP2B6 and myeloperoxidase and augmentation of glutathione-S-transferase activity in CPA-treated rats.

CONCLUSIONS: AE modulation of CPA metabolizing enzymes and potential anti-inflammatory effect may mitigate CPA-induced toxicity.

Eid, R. A., M. S. A. Zaki, M. A. Alghamd, A. Wares, M. A. Eldeen, E. E. S. Massoud, and M. A. Haidara, "Ameliorative Effect of Vitamin E on Biochemical and Ultrastructural Changes in Artemether-induced Renal Toxicity in Rats", Int. J. Morphol, vol. 38, issue 2, pp. 461-471, 2020. sc_cu_pdf_5.pdf
H, R., T. AF, S. WM, and P. A., "Ameliorative effects of bone marrow derived pancreatic progenitor cells on hyperglycemia and oxidative stress in diabetic rats", Acta Histochemica , vol. 120 , pp. 412–419, 2018.
Mohamed, M. M. A., I. M. M. O. WEBER, R. A. L. P. H. PUCHTA, M. M. Shoukry, and R. van Eldik, "Amine-bridged binuclear palladium(II) complexes with inosine. Equilibrium studies and DFT calculations", Journal of Coordination Chemistry, vol. 66 , issue 19, pp. 3469–3480, 2013. j._coord._chem..pdf
Bruhn, D. F., S. L. Waidyarachchi, D. B. Madhura, D. Shcherbakov, Z. Zheng, J. Liu, Y. M. AbdelRahman, A. P. Singh, S. Duscha, C. Rathi, et al., "Aminomethyl spectinomycins as therapeutics for drug-resistant respiratory tract and sexually transmitted bacterial infections", Science Translational Medicine, vol. 7, issue 288, pp. 1-12, 2015. bruhn_et_al.pdf
Xuan, W., L. Huang, Y. Wang, X. Hu, G. Szewczyk, Y. Y. Huang, A. El-Hussein, J. C. Bommer, M. L. Nelson, T. Sarna, et al., "Amphiphilic tetracationic porphyrins are exceptionally active antimicrobial photosensitizers: in vitro and in vivo studies with the free-base and Pd-chelate.", Journal of Biophotonics, 2019.
Khlousy, M. M. E., N. N.Nawar, M. G. A. E. Wahab, and I. M. A. E. Rahman, "The amplified mycobacterium tuberculosis direct test versus BACTEC TB culture for the detection of pulmonary and extra-pulmonary mycobacterium tuberculosis, a comparative prospective study", Egyptian Journal of Laboratory Medicine, vol. 17, issue 3, pp. 357-364, 2005.
Gaggiano, C., D. Rigante, J. Hernández-Rodríguez, A. Vitale, M. Tarsia, A. Soriano, G. Lopalco, F. Iannone, M. Abdel Jaber, R. Giacomelli, et al., "Anakinra and canakinumab for patients with R92Q-associated autoinflammatory syndrome: a multicenter observational study from the AIDA Network", Therapeutic Advances in Musculoskeletal DiseaseTherapeutic Advances in Musculoskeletal Disease, vol. 13: SAGE Publications, pp. 1759720X211037178, 2021. AbstractWebsite

Background:This study aims at describing the therapeutic outcome of patients carrying the R92Q variant in the TNFRSF1A gene treated with anakinra (ANA) or canakinumab (CAN) and identifying any factors predictive of complete response to IL-1 inhibition.Methods:Clinical data of patients treated with ANA or CAN for recurrent inflammatory attacks due to the presence of the R92Q variant were retrospectively collected and analysed.Results:Data about 20 treatment courses with IL-1 inhibitors (16 with ANA and 4 with CAN) from 19 patients were collected. Mean age at disease onset was 20.2?±?14.8 years. In 5 cases (26%) the R92Q variant was found in a family member affected by recurrent fever. The therapeutic response was complete in 13(68%) and partial in 2 patients (11%); treatment failure was observed in 4 cases (21%). Median AIDAI decreased from 10 (interquartile range [IQR]?=?28) to 0 (IQR?=?1) at the 12-month follow-up visit (p?<?0.001). Mean ESR and median CRP dropped respectively from 40.8?±?24.8 to 9.1?±?4.5 mm/h (p?<?0.001) and from 3.0 (IQR?=?1.9) to 0.3 (IQR?=?0.3) mg/dl (p?<?0.001) after 12 months of treatment. A steroid-sparing effect was observed from the third month of treatment (p?<?0.01). Thirteen patients (65%) were still on treatment at the last follow-up visit (median duration of treatment 17 (IQR?=?38) months). The presence of R92Q mutation in a symptomatic relative (p?=?0.022), the relapsing remitting disease course (p?<?0.001) and the presence of migratory erythematous skin rashes during fever attacks (p?=?0.005) were associated with complete efficacy of IL-1 inhibitors.Conclusions:R92Q patients showed a favourable response to ANA and CAN, particularly when the mutation segregated in a family member and when a relapsing-remitting disease course or TNF-α receptor-associated periodic syndrome (TRAPS) typical skin rash were observed. In the subgroup of patients not taking advantage of IL-1 blockage different molecular mechanisms underlying the autoinflammatory picture are likely to exist.

Gaggiano, C., D. Rigante, J. Hernández-Rodríguez, A. Vitale, M. Tarsia, A. Soriano, G. Lopalco, F. Iannone, M. Abdel Jaber, R. Giacomelli, et al., "Anakinra and canakinumab for patients with R92Q-associated autoinflammatory syndrome: a multicenter observational study from the AIDA Network", Therapeutic Advances in Musculoskeletal Disease, vol. 13: SAGE Publications Ltd, 2021. AbstractWebsite
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Akl, S. A., and A. J. Whittle, "Analysis of horizontal wellbore stability in clay shale", 46th US Rock Mechanics / Geomechanics Symposium 2012, vol. 1, pp. 437-443, 2012. Abstract

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Akl, S., and A. Whittle, "Analysis of Horizontal Wellbore Stability In Clay Shale", 46th US Rock Mechanics/ Geomechanics Symposium: American Association of Rock Mechanics (ARMA), 2012. Abstract
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Yamada, Y., T. Hirakawa, and A. S. Wifi, "Analysis of large deformation and bifurcation in plasticity problems by the finite element method", Finite elements in non-linear mechanics, pp. 393–412, 1977. Abstract
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Yamada, Y., A. S. Wifi, and T. Hirakawa, "Analysis of large deformation and stress in metal forming processes by the finite element method", Metal Forming Plasticity$\backslash$ Proc. Conf.$\backslash$, Tutzing, Germany, Aug.-Sept. 1978,, pp. 158–176, 1979. Abstract
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Li, C., D. E. Protsenko, A. Zemek, Y. ‐S. Chae, and B. Wong, "Analysis of Nd: YAG laser‐mediated thermal damage in rabbit nasal septal cartilage", Lasers in Surgery and Medicine: The Official Journal of the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery, vol. 39, issue 5: Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., A Wiley Company Hoboken, pp. 451-457, 2007. Abstract
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Azim, H. A., L. Kassem, I. Treilleux, Q. Wang, M. A. E. Enein, S. E. Anis, and T. Bachelot, "Analysis of PI3K/mTOR Pathway Biomarkers and Their Prognostic Value in Women with Hormone Receptor–Positive, HER2-Negative Early Breast Cancer", Translational Oncology, vol. 9, issue 2, pp. 114-123, 2016.
Azim, H. A., L. Kassem, I. Treilleux, Q. Wang, M. A. E. Enein, S. E. Anis, and T. Bachelot, Analysis of PI3K/mTOR Pathway Biomarkers and Their Prognostic Value in Women with Hormone Receptor–Positive, HER2-Negative Early Breast Cancer, , vol. 9, issue 2: Elsevier, pp. 114 - 123, 2016. Abstract
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Azim, H. A., L. Kassem, I. Treilleux, Q. Wang, M. A. E. Enein, S. E. Anis, and T. Bachelot, Analysis of PI3K/mTOR Pathway Biomarkers and Their Prognostic Value in Women with Hormone Receptor–Positive, HER2-Negative Early Breast Cancer, , vol. 9, issue 2: Elsevier, pp. 114 - 123, 2016. Abstract
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Azim, H. A., L. Kassem, shady elia anis, I. Treilleux, Q. Wang, M. A. E. Enein, and T. Bachelot, "Analysis of PI3K/mTOR Pathway Biomarkers and Their Prognostic Value in Women with Hormone Receptor–Positive, HER2-Negative Early Breast Cancer.", Translational Oncology , vol. 9, issue 2, pp. 114-123, 2016. paper_1.pdf