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Hussein, M. A., T. Woo, In Sik Yun, Hanna Park, and Y. O. Kim, "Analysis of the correlation between deformational plagiocephaly and neurodevelopmental delay", Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery, vol. 71, pp. 112e117, 2018. analysis_of_the_correlation_between_deformational_plagiocephaly_and_neurodevelopment_delay_original_paper.pdf
Atiya, A. F., and S. Wall, "An analytic approximation of the likelihood function for the Heston model volatility estimation problem", Quantitative Finance, vol. 9, pp. 289–296, 2009. Abstract
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Gharib, H., A. S. Wifi, M. Younan, and A. Nassef, "An analytical incremental model for the analysis of the cup drawing", Journal of Achievements in Materials and Manufacturing Engineering, vol. 17, no. 1-2, pp. 245–248, 2006. Abstract
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El-Hawary, M. M., M. Rabie, and W.Zaki, "ANALYTICAL STUDY OF INTERFACE BEHAVIOR OF ONE-WAY COMPOSITE PRE-SLABS WITH H.S.C TOP LAYER UNDER DIFFERENT CASES OF LOADING AND PERCENTAGE OF SHEAR CONNECTORS", International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Management Research, vol. 4, issue 1, pp. 7-21, 2019.
W. A. Rahoma, A. F. A. El-Salam, and M. K. Ahmed, "Analytical Treatment of the Two-Body Problem with Slowly Varying Mass", Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, vol. 30, pp. 187-205, 2009.
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
El-Banna, O. - H. M., M. A. E. Awad, M. S. Abbas, H. M. A. Waziri, and H. S. A. Darwish, "Anatomical and Ultrastructural Changes in Tomato and Grapevine leaf tissues Infected with Tomato Ring Spot Nepovirus", Egyptian J. Virol, vol. 11, issue 2, pp. 102-111, 2014. plant_9_-_102-_111.pdf
El-Banna, O. - H. M., M. A. Awad, M. S. Abbas, H. M. Waziri, and H. S. Darwish, "Anatomical and ultrastructural changes in tomato and grapevine leaf tissues infected with tomato ringspot virus", Egyptian J Virol, vol. 11, pp. 102-111, 2014. Abstract
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Waly, N., H. Moustafa, and R. Hamdy, "Anatomical Studies on the Genus Terminalia L.(Combretaceae) in Egypt I-Leaf Structure", Egyptian Journal of Botany, vol. 60, issue 3, pp. 641-657, 2020.
El-Ayat, M. A., Y. R. Wally, F. A. Elnady, and S. H. El-Bably, "Anatomical studies on the venous drainage of the intestinal tract of the donkey (Equus Asinus). ", Kafr elsheikh Vet. Med. J., vol. 6 , issue 1, pp. 164-185, 2008.
Haroun, H. S. W., E. - M. B. El-Sherief, M. H. Wahdan, and A. O. Mohamed, "Anatomical study of the choledicopancreatico-duodenal junction in man.", Egypt J Anat, vol. 24, issue 1, pp. 179-213, 2001.
Ikram Abdallah, M. D., W. Afifi, M. D. Doaa Ghazy, and M. D. Walid Saad Taha, "Anesthesia with Sevoflurane Versus Propofol during Pediatric Extracoporial Mild Hypothermic Bypass.", The Egyptian Journal of Cardiothoracic Anesthesia, vol. 1, 2008.
Park, W. S., N. Kim, J. B. Youm, M. Warda, J. - H. Ko, S. J. Kim, Y. E. Earm, and J. Han, "Angiotensin II inhibits inward rectifier K+ channels in rabbit coronary arterial smooth muscle cells through protein kinase Calpha.", Biochemical and biophysical research communications, vol. 341, issue 3, pp. 728-35, 2006 Mar 17. Abstract

We investigated the effects of the vasoconstrictor angiotensin (Ang) II on the whole cell inward rectifier K(+) (Kir) current enzymatically isolated from small-diameter (<100 microm) coronary arterial smooth muscle cells (CASMCs). Ang II inhibited the Kir current in a dose-dependent manner (half inhibition value: 154 nM). Pretreatment with phospholipase C inhibitor and protein kinase C (PKC) inhibitors prevented the Ang II-induced inhibition of the Kir current. The PKC activator reduced the Kir currents. The inhibitory effect of Ang II was reduced by intracellular and extracellular Ca(2+) free condition and by Gö6976, which inhibits Ca(2+)-dependent PKC isoforms alpha and beta. However, the inhibitory effect of Ang II was unaffected by a peptide that selectively inhibits the translocation of the epsilon isoform of PKC. Western blot analysis confirmed that PKCalpha, and not PKCbeta, was expressed in small-diameter CASMCs. The Ang II type 1 (AT(1))-receptor antagonist CV-11974 prevented the Ang II-induced inhibition of the Kir current. From these results, we conclude that Ang II inhibits Kir channels through AT(1) receptors by the activation of PKCalpha.

Chatrchyan, S., V. Khachatryan, A. M. Sirunyan, A. Tumasyan, W. Adam, T. Bergauer, M. Dragicevic, J. Erö, C. Fabjan, M. Friedl, et al., "Angular analysis and branching fraction measurement of the decay B0→K*0μ+μ-", Physics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and High-Energy Physics, vol. 727, no. 1-3, pp. 77-100, 2013. AbstractWebsite
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Wareth G1, Hikal A, R. M, Melzer F, Roesler U, and N. H., "Animal brucellosis in Egypt.", J Infect Dev Ctries. , vol. 13;, issue 8(11):, pp. 1365-73. ., 2014.
Hoff, S., J. Halbritter, D. Epting, V. Frank, T. M. Nguyen, J. van Reeuwijk, C. Boehlke, C. Schell, T. Yasunaga, M. Helmstädter, et al., "ANKS6 is a central component of a nephronophthisis module linking NEK8 to INVS and NPHP3", Nature Genetics, vol. 45, issue 8, pp. 951–956, 2013. AbstractWebsite

Nephronophthisis is an autosomal recessive cystic kidney disease that leads to renal failure in childhood or adolescence. Most NPHP gene products form molecular networks. Here we identify ANKS6 as a new NPHP family member that connects NEK8 (NPHP9) to INVS (NPHP2) and NPHP3. We show that ANKS6 localizes to the proximal cilium and confirm its role in renal development through knockdown experiments in zebrafish and Xenopus laevis. We also identify six families with ANKS6 mutations affected by nephronophthisis, including severe cardiovascular abnormalities, liver fibrosis and situs inversus. The oxygen sensor HIF1AN hydroxylates ANKS6 and INVS and alters the composition of the ANKS6-INVS-NPHP3 module. Knockdown of Hif1an in Xenopus results in a phenotype that resembles loss of other NPHP proteins. Network analyses uncovered additional putative NPHP proteins and placed ANKS6 at the center of this NPHP module, explaining the overlapping disease manifestation caused by mutation in ANKS6, NEK8, INVS or NPHP3.

Wang, Y., B. ZHOU, H. S. RAMANE, S. R. Grace, R. P. Agarwal, M. U. S. T. A. F. A. F. AKTAS, and F. E. N. G. LIANGGUI, "Annihilator conditions with derivations in prime rings of characteristic 2", RN, vol. 19797, pp. 70, 2008. Abstract
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Ghahari, H., N. S. Gadallah, and R. Wahis, "An Annotated catalogue of the Iranian Pompilidae (Hymenoptera: Vespoidea)", Entomologie Faunistique, vol. 67, pp. 121-142, 2014.
Saleh, N. A., M. A. Mahmoud, L. A. Jones, I. M. Zwetsloot, and W. H. Woodall, "Another Look at the EWMA Control Chart with Estimated Parameters", Journal of Quality Technology, vol. 47, pp. 363-382, 2015.
Saleh, N. A., M. A. Mahmoud, L. A. Jones, I. M. Zwetsloot, and W. H. Woodall, "Another Look at the EWMA Control Chart with Estimated Parameters", Journal of Quality Technology, vol. 47, pp. 363-382, 2015.
Harbi, K. B. A., I. M. E. Ashmawy, H. M. Omar, and N. A. - Wab, "Ant-tick activity methanol-extracted plants indigenous in Saudi Arabia", Journal of Animal and veterinary Advances, vol. 14, issue 13-24, pp. 407-412, 2015.
Macky, T. A., S. K. Pandey, L. Werner, R. H. Trivedi, A. M. Izak, and D. J. Apple, "Anterior capsule opacification.", International ophthalmology clinics, vol. 41, issue 3, pp. 17-31, 2001 Summer.
Werner, L., S. K. Pandey, D. J. Apple, M. Escobar-Gomez, L. McLendon, and T. A. Macky, "Anterior capsule opacification: correlation of pathologic findings with clinical sequelae.", Ophthalmology, vol. 108, issue 9, pp. 1675-81, 2001 Sep. Abstract

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the degree of anterior capsule opacification (ACO) in human eyes obtained postmortem containing various rigid and foldable posterior chamber intraocular lens (PC-IOL) designs and compare the findings with clinical sequelae of capsular shrinkage.

DESIGN: Comparative autopsy tissue study with clinicopathologic correlations.

MATERIALS: Three hundred formalin-fixed human eyes containing the following PC-IOL styles were analyzed: (1) one-piece polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) optic-PMMA haptic (n = 50), one-piece silicone-plate IOL, with large (2) or small (3) fixation holes (n = 35), (4) three-piece PMMA optic-Prolene haptic (n = 50), (5) three-piece acrylic optic-PMMA haptic (n = 55), three-piece silicone optic with PMMA (6) or polyimide (7) haptics (n = 30), and (8) three-piece silicone optic-Prolene haptic (n = 80) lenses.

TESTING: The eyes were sectioned in the equatorial plane for gross examination of the capsular bag from a posterior view. The cornea and iris were then excised for evaluation from an anterior view.

MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: ACO was scored in each eye from 0 to IV, according to the degree/area of capsule opacification. Capsulorrhexis size and IOL decentration were measured with calipers.

RESULTS: The overall differences among the IOL groups regarding the three parameters were significant (ACO score: P < 0.001; capsulorrhexis diameter: P = 0.036; IOL decentration: P = 0.012). Mean ACO scores were highest with the large- and small-hole one-piece silicone-plate lenses (2.543 +/- 0.950) and lowest with the three-piece acrylic optic-PMMA haptic lenses (0.600 +/- 0.710). Of 10 cases of capsulorrhexis phimosis observed in the study, 7 cases were associated with three-piece silicone optic-Prolene haptic lenses, which also presented the highest mean decentration (0.375 +/- 0.601 mm).

CONCLUSIONS: Our results confirm previous histopathologic observations that the rate of ACO is the lowest with acrylic lenses and higher with plate-haptic silicone IOLs. Nevertheless, clinical sequelae of capsular shrinkage are also very important with three-piece silicone optic-Prolene haptic designs. Thus, IOL material and design are significant factors in the development of ACO, but they ultimately also influence the clinical presentation of capsular shrinkage.