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Yang, S. S.;, T. J.; Mabry, A. E. - K. M.A., E. - A. M.; Fishawy, E. - E. A.; Kashoury, and F. M. Soliman, "Flavonoids of Cleome droserifolia (Forssk) Del", Egypt, J. Pharm. ScL, , vol. 31, pp. 443, 1990.
Yang, X., M. Badoni, M. K. Youssef, and C. O. Gill, "Enhanced Control of Microbiological Contamination of Product at a Large Beef Packing Plant", Journal of Food Protection;, vol. 75, no. 1: International Association for Food Protection, pp. 144–149, 2012. Abstract

Swab samples were obtained from groups of 25 carcasses at various stages of processing at a large beef packing plant. The log mean number of aerobes recovered from carcasses after skinning was 2.2 log CFU/cm(2). Spraying the uneviscerated carcasses with 5% lactic acid reduced the numbers of aerobes by about 1 log unit; but subsequent carcass dressing operations, a second treatment with 5% lactic acid, pasteurizing, and carcass cooling had no substantial effect upon the number of aerobes on carcasses. The total numbers of coliforms or Escherichia coli cells recovered from skinned carcasses were <2 log CFU/2,500 cm(2). The numbers were reduced by the washing of uneviscerated carcasses but increased after evisceration operations. The numbers were reduced by spraying with lactic acid and pasteurizing, with no coliforms or E. coli being recovered from pasteurized carcass sides. No coliforms or E. coli cells were recovered from the forequarters of cooled carcass sides, but E. coli cells were recovered from the hindquarters of 1 of 50 cooled carcass sides, at 1.4 log CFU/1,000 cm(2). The numbers of aerobes on conveyor belts in the carcass breaking facility were similar to the numbers on cooled carcass, but the numbers of aerobes on cuts and trimmings and the number of coliforms and E. coli cells on the products and belts were higher than the numbers on carcasses. The findings indicate that most cooled carcasses produced at the plant carry E. coli at numbers <1 CFU/10,000 cm(2) but that product can be contaminated with small numbers of E. coli (<1 CFU/100 cm(2)) during carcass breaking.

Yang, H. a, K. a Yang, A. a Khafagi, Y. a Tang, T. E. b Carey, A. W. c Opipari, R. c d Lieberman, P. A. e Oeth, W. f Lancaster, H. P. g Klinger, et al., "Sensitive detection of human papillomavirus in cervical, head/neck, and schistosomiasis-associated bladder malignancies", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol. 102, no. 21, pp. 7683-7688, 2005. AbstractWebsite

We assayed for the presence of human papilloma virus (HPV) DMA in serum and/or peripheral blood fraction (PBF) of individuals with cervical, head/neck, or bladder cancer due to schistosomiasis. Using mass spectroscopy coupled with competitive PCR, HPV DNA was detected at the individual molecule level by using "Mass-ARRAY" assays. The resultant sensitivity was superior to real-time fluorescent PCR-based assays, while specificity was maintained. Our principal findings were: (i) Virtually all tested cervical cancers and schistosomiasis-associated bladder cancers, and a plurality of head/neck cancers, are associated with HPV DNA in the tumor. (ii) All 27 bladder cancers due to schistosomiasis were associated with the presence of HPV-16 DNA, which can be detected in tumor and serum but not in PBF. In contrast, no serum HPV-16 DNA signal was detected in seven individuals with schistosomiasis-associated bladder cancers after surgical removal of the tumor. (iii) Among the head/neck cancers we studied, anterior tumors were more often associated with HPV DNA in tumor, serum, and/or PBF than posterior tumors. (iv) In cervical cancer, where all tumors contain HPV DNA, viral DNA could be detected often in serum and/or PBF. Further, HPV-16 DNA was detected in serum and/or PBF of most patients with untreated high-grade cervical dysplasia but disappeared if the dysplasia was eliminated. The sensitive, specific, and quantitative MassARRAY technique should make it feasible to monitor cancer occurrence and treatment and recurrence of malignancies and dysplasias associated with HPV DNA. © 2005 by The National Academy of Sciences of the USA.

Yao, P., Y. Gao, J. Simal-Gandara, M. A. Farag, W. Chen, D. Yao, D. Delmas, Z. Chen, K. Liu, H. Hu, et al., "Litchi ( Sonn.): a comprehensive review of phytochemistry, medicinal properties, and product development.", Food & function, vol. 12, issue 20, pp. 9527-9548, 2021. Abstract

Since ancient times, litchi has been well recognized as a functional food for the management of various ailments. Many bioactives, including flavanoids, anthocyanins, phenolics, sesquiterpenes, triterpenes, and lignans, have been identified from litchi with a myriad of biological properties both and . In spite of the extensive research progress, systemic reviews regarding the bioactives of litchi are rather scarce. Therefore, it is crucial to comprehensively analyze the pharmacological activities and the structure-activity relationships of the abundant bioactives of litchi. Besides, more and more studies have focused on litchi preservation and development of its by-products, which is significant for enhancing the economic value of litchi. Based on the analysis of published articles and patents, this review aims to reveal the development trends of litchi in the healthcare field by providing a systematic summary of the pharmacological activities of its extracts, its phytochemical composition, and the nutritional and potential health benefits of litchi seed, pulp and pericarp with structure-activity relationship analysis. In addition, its by-products also exhibited promising development potential in the field of material science and environmental protection. Furthermore, this study also provides an overview of the strategies of the postharvest storage and processing of litchi.

Yao, J., Y. M. AbdelRahman, R. M. Robertson, J. V. Cox, R. J. Belland, S. W. White, and C. O. Rock, "Type II fatty acid synthesis is essential for the replication of Chlamydia trachomatis", Journal od Biological Chemistry, vol. 289, issue 32, pp. 22365–22376, 2014. j._biol._chem.-2014-yao-22365-76.pdf
Yao, C. - W., B. - D. Hsu, and B. - S. Chen, "Constructing gene regulatory networks for long term photosynthetic light acclimation in Arabidopsis thaliana", BMC Bioinformatics 2011, vol. 12:335, 2011. CU-PDF.pdf
Yao, K. P. C., D. G. Kwabi, T. P. Batcho, C. V. Amanchukwu, and S. Feng, "Revealing instability and irreversibility in nonaqueous sodium–O2 battery chemistry", ChemComm., vol. 52, pp. 9691, 2016.
Yao, S. W., M. E. Islam, M. Ali, M. Inc, M. Adel, and M. S. Osman, "Analysis of parametric effects in the wave profile of the variant Boussinesq equation through two analytical approaches", Open Physics, 2021.
Yao, M., M. Mortada, C. Devaud, and J. - P. Hickey, "Locally-Adaptive Tabulation of Low-Dimensional Manifolds using Bezier Patch Reconstruction", Combustion Institute - Canadian Section, Montreal, Canada, 17 May, 2017. cics2017-yao.pdf
Yao, K. P. C., J. T. Frith, S. Y. Sayed, F. Bardé, J. R. Owen, Y. Shao-Horn, and N. Garcia-Araez, Utilization of Cobalt Bis(terpyridine) Metal Complex as Soluble Redox Mediator in Li−O2 Batteries, , 2016.
Yap, H. - K., M. - C. Chiu, A. Bagga, and H. Safouh, "IPNA: Global Pediatric Nephrology, Introduction and Overview. Asian Pediatric Nephrology Association (AsPNA)", Pediatric Nephrology Seventh Edition, Heidelberg, New York, London, Springer, 2016.
Yaradua, S. S., and M. Abdel-Ghani, "Ethnobotanical Survey of Edible Plants Sold in Katsina Metropolis Markets", International Journal of Science and Research, vol. 4, issue 12, pp. 884-889, 2015. ethnobotanical_survey_of_plants_in_katsina_marketsnigeria.pdf
Yaro, C. A., E. Kogi, K. N. Opara, G. E. Batiha, R. S. Baty, A. Albrakati, F. M. A. Altalbawy, I. U. Etuh, and J. P. On, "Infection pattern, case fatality rate and spread of Lassa virus in Nigeria", BMC Infectious Diseases, vol. 2021, issue 21, pp. 149-157, 2021. s12879-021-05837-x.pdf
Yaseen, M. S., M. abd elaziz, D. A. Abdel-moneam, E. Abd-Elhay, I. M. Wassif, and M. Moustafa, "Efficacy of Dietary Nucleotides (Nucleoforce™)on growth, haemato-immunological response and disease resistance in Pangasianodon hypophthalmus fish (Sauvage, 1878) in Egypt", Egyptian Journal of Aquatic Biology & Fisheries, vol. 24(6), issue 1110 – 6131, pp. 405 – 424 , 2020.
Yaseen, M., M. Attia, B. Maegaard, K. Choukri, N. Paulsson, S. Haamid, S. Krauwer, C. Bendahman, H. Fersøe, M. Rashwan, et al., "Building annotated written and spoken Arabic LR’s in NEMLAR project", Proceedings of LREC, 2006. Abstract
Yaseen, M. S., M. abd elaziz, D. A. Abdel-moneam, E. Abd-Elhay, I. M. Wassif, M. Fawzy, and M. Moustafa, "Phenotypic and Genotypic characterization of the pathogenic Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolated from cultured Pangasianodon hypophthalmus in Egypt.", Egyptian Journal of Aquatic Biology & Fisheries, vol. 24(6), issue 1110 – 6131, pp. 453 – 467 , 2020.
Yaseen, R., K. Branitzki-Heinemann, H. Moubasher, W. N. Setzer, H. Y. Naim, and M. von Köckritz-Blickwed, "In vitro Testing of crude natural plant extracts from CostaRica for their ability to boost innate immune cells against Staphylococcus aureus", Biomedicines , vol. 5, pp. 40 - 49, 2017.
Yasien, A. M., M. S. El-Feky, M. I. Serag, and H. Elkady, "Durability of Nano-Modified Concrete Cured Under Different Regimes", International Journal of Current Trends in Engineering & Research, vol. 4, issue 5, pp. 1-16, 2018.
Yasin, M. M., E. A. Elhosary, H. A. Hamada, A. M. Yousef, M. M. Shahin, and D.M.Mosaad, "Effect of bee venom phonophoresis in obese polycystic ovarian women: A Single Blind Randomized Controlled Trial", Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science , vol. Vol. 8 , pp. 159-164, January, 2018 , issue (01), pp. 159-164, 2018. bee2018.pdf
Yasin, G., M. Nasr, S. A. Abdel Gaber, D. Hüttenberger, and M. Fadel, "Response surface methodological approach for optimization of photodynamic therapy of onychomycosis using chlorin e6 loaded nail penetration enhancer vesicles", Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology, vol. 232, 2022. AbstractWebsite
Yasmin, S., B. Abt, M. Schrettl, T. A. A. Moussa, E. R. Werner, and H. Haas, "The interplay between iron and zinc metabolism in Aspergillus fumigatus", Fungal Genet. Biol. , vol. 46, pp. 707-713, 2009.
Yasmin, S., B. Abt, M. Schrettl, T. A. A. Moussa, E. R. Werner, and H. Haas, "The interplay between iron and zinc metabolism in Aspergillus fumigatus", Fungal Genetics and Biology, vol. 46, pp. 707-713, 2009. AbstractWebsite

Zinc plays a critical role in a diverse array of biochemical processes. However, excess of zinc is deleterious to cells. Therefore, cells require finely tuned homeostatic mechanisms to balance uptake and storage of zinc. Here we show that iron starvation affects zinc metabolism by downregulating expression of the plasma membrane zinc importer encoding zrfB and upregulating the putative vacuolar zinc transporter-encoding zrcA in Aspergillus fumigatus. Nevertheless, the zinc content of iron-starved mycelia exceeded that of iron replete mycelia, possibly due to unspecific metal uptake induced by iron starvation. In agreement with increased zinc excess and zinc toxicity during iron starvation, deficiency in siderophore-mediated high-affinity iron uptake caused hypersensitivity to zinc. Moreover, an increase of zinc uptake by conditional overexpression of zrfB was more toxic under iron depleted compared to iron replete conditions. This deregulated zinc uptake under iron starvation caused a decrease in heme production and an increase in protoporphyrin IX accumulation. Furthermore, zinc excess impaired production of the extracellular siderophore triacetylfusarinine C but not the intracellular siderophore ferricrocin. Taken together, these data demonstrate a fine tuned coordination of zinc and iron metabolism in A. fumigatus. (c) 2009 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

Yasmin Saad, Magdy El-Serafy, M. E. Z. A. H. K. T. E. H. E. S., "New genetic markers for diagnosis of hepatitis C related hepatocellular carcinoma in Egyptian patients.", Journal of Gastrointestinal and Liver Diseases, vol. 22, no. 4: Medical University Press Cluj, Romania, pp. 419–425, 2013. Abstract