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Mabroke, R. S., A. E. - N. F. A. Zida, A. - A. Tahoun, H. R. A. Mola, H. Abo-State, and A. Suloma, Feeding frequency affect feed utilization of tilapia under biofloc system condition during nursery phase, : Aquaculture Reports 19 (1-8), 2021.
FATTAH, I. H. A. B. A. B. D. E. L., T. Mohsen, T. Farouk, and amany abu zaid, outcome of bronchopulmonary carcinoid, a ten-years review of a single institution experience, , Cairo, 2012. 7outcome_of_bronchopulmonarycarcinoid.pdf
Eyada, T. K., M. A. K. E. Din, M. M. Khorshied, and R. A. Zayed, PRAME and WT1 Genes expression in Chronic Myeloid Leukemia Patients: Clinical Importance and Future Prospects, , 2009.
Ghaleb, S., dalia abd el wahab, magdy abd ela zim, and mervat agamy, Suicidal hanging in Kwait:Retrospective analysis of cases, , 2013.
Zorkany, D. E. M., N. A. Azab, M. E. M. Zorkany, D. R. Bahgat, A. A. Elfaramawy, and S. R. Elbasyou, Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF) in Systemic Sclerosis-Related Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension , , 2009.
Zaki, C., What Determines the Access to Finance of SMEs? Evidence from the Egyptian Case, , Cairo, Economic Research Forum Working Paper Series No.752, 2013.
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Madney, Y., R. Khedr, H. Al-Mahellawy, N. Adel, H. Taha, I. Zaki, A. Youssef, G. Taha, O. Hassanain, and H. Hafez, " Mucormycosis" the Emerging Global Threat; Overview and Treatment Outcome Among Pediatric Cancer Patients in Egypt, : Am Soc Hematology, 2017. Abstract
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Soliman, R., R. Khedr, H. Hafez, M. Zamzam, A. Elhaddad, and C. Heneghan, 69 Evidence-based medicine teaching in medical schools in the Middle East North Africa (MENA) region, : Royal Society of Medicine, 2022. Abstract
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García-García, R. M., P. G. Rebollar, M. Arias-Álvarez, O. G. Sakr, P. Bermejo-Álvarez, G. Brecchia, A. Gutierrez-Adan, M. Zerani, C. Boiti, and P. L. Lorenzo, "Acute fasting before conception affects metabolic and endocrine status without impacting follicle and oocyte development and embryo gene expression in the rabbit.", Reproduction, fertility, and development, vol. 23, issue 6, pp. 759-68, 2011. Abstract

Food deprivation affects female reproduction. The goal of the present study was to elucidate in the rabbit model the effects of acute energy restriction on ovarian function (follicle development, atresia rate and in vitro oocyte maturation) and embryonic development and gene expression of some candidate genes. Serum metabolic parameters (non-esterified fatty acids (NEFA), triglycerides, glucose, insulin and leptin concentrations) and endocrine markers (oestradiol-17β and progesterone concentrations) were also studied. A control group of nulliparous does fed ad libitum and a 72-h fasted group were used. At the end of the nutritional treatment, the ovaries of half of the animals were retrieved while the other animals were re-fed and artificially inseminated to recover embryos at 84 h after insemination, during the luteal phase. At the end of fasting, increased serum NEFA and decreased leptin concentrations were observed in the fasted group, but no differences appeared in serum steroid concentrations, follicle population and atresia rate or nuclear and cytoplasmic oocyte maturation. In the luteal phase, insulin concentrations increased notably in the fasted group. The number of recovered embryos per female and the speed of embryo development were reduced in the food-deprived group. Acute fasting altered both metabolic and endocrine markers and embryo development, but follicle and oocyte development and embryo gene expression were not affected.

Soliman, T., Z. Ali, M. Zayed, D. Sabry, and N. AbuBakr, "Assessing the bone-healing potential of bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells in jawbone osteoporosis in albino rats.", Dental and medical problems, vol. 59, issue 1, pp. 75 - 83, 2022. Abstract

BACKGROUND: Osteoporosis is one of the most common yet difficult to treat diseases. It affects millions of people and costs the health care systems billions worldwide. All of the available kinds of pharmacological treatment have multiple side effects, which is why a need for safer treatment options has emerged.OBJECTIVES: This study aimed to assess the bone-healing potential of bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells (BM‑MSCs) in jawbone osteoporosis in Wistar albino rats.MATERIAL AND METHODS: Osteoporosis was induced with a daily intraperitoneal injection of 200 mug/100 g dexamethasone for 1 month. The rats were then randomly distributed into 2 groups: the osteoporotic group (left untreated); and the BM‑MSCs group (received an intravenous injection of 50 million cultured BM‑MSCs). Half of the rats from each group were sacrificed 2 weeks and the other half 6 weeks after the introduction of treatment. Bone regeneration was assessed by means of dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA), real-time polymerase chain reaction (RT‑PCR), as well as the histopathological and histomorphometric analyses.RESULTS: As for the 1st sacrifice time, there were no significant differences between the osteoporotic and BM‑MSCs groups with regard to all parameters except for bone mineral density (BMD), which was significantly higher in the BM‑MSCs group. Regarding the 2nd sacrifice time, the DEXA analysis showed a significant increase in BMD in the BM‑MSCs group (p < 0.001). The RT‑PCR analysis showed a significant decrease in RANKL gene expression (p < 0.001) and a significant increase in OPG gene expression (p < 0.001) in the BM‑MSCs group. In addition, the histopathological examination of the BM‑MSCs group showed pronounced healing progress in the jawbone microarchitecture. The histomorphometric analysis also revealed that the bone area percentage significantly increased in the BM‑MSCs group (p < 0.001).CONCLUSIONS: This study proved that BM‑MSCs could be effective in the treatment of osteoporosis.

Ayoub, D. R., Zeinab Sarhan, Mohsen Askar, and F. Zyada, "Assessment of coping strategies in a sample of risky suicidal Egyptian psychiatric outpatients", EGYPTIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY, vol. 34, issue 3, pp. p. 177-185], 2013.
Amer, A., and W. Zhang, "Before And After Operational Assessment Of Mini-Roundabout Success Stories", 5th International Road Safety and Simulation (RSS 2015), Orlando, FL, University of Central Florida (UCF)University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK) , pp. 12, 2015. Abstract
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Zekri, W., D. Yehia, M. ElShafie, M. S. Zaghloul, N. El-Kinaai, H. Taha, A. Refaat, A. A. Younes, and A. S. AlFaar, "Bilateral Clear Cell Sarcoma of the Kidney", Journal of the Egyptian National Cancer Institute, 2015. Abstract

Clear cell sarcoma of the kidney (CCSK) accounts for 2-5% of all pediatric renal malignancies, which is known for its probability to metastasize to bone and other sites. We are reporting two cases with bilateral CCSK that were diagnosed at our institution. One patient initially presented with bilateral renal masses, as well as pulmonary, hepatic and bone metastasis; while other present only with bilateral masses with no evident distant metastasis. Both patients received aggressive neo-adjuvant chemotherapy to decrease tumor size. One patient completed his designated treatment and initially showed complete remission (CR); eventually suffering from relapse. The other patient's tumor progressed during the course of chemotherapy. Both cases manifested brain dissemination at the time of relapse or progression. This emphasizes the importance of staging stratification in CCSK. This also illustrates CCSK's ability to metastasize to bone and other sites including the brain (a primary relapse site in our cases).

Adem, Ş., V. Eyupoglu, I. Sarfraz, A. Rasul, A. F. Zahoor, M. Ali, M. Abdalla, I. M. Ibrahim, and A. A. Elfiky, "Caffeic acid derivatives (CAFDs) as inhibitors of SARS-CoV-2: CAFDs-based functional foods as a potential alternative approach to combat COVID-19", Phytomedicine, 2020. Abstract
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Adem, Ş., V. Eyupoglu, I. Sarfraz, A. Rasul, A. F. Zahoor, M. Ali, M. Abdalla, I. M. Ibrahim, and A. A. Elfiky, "Caffeic acid derivatives (CAFDs) as inhibitors of SARS-CoV-2: CAFDs-based functional foods as a potential alternative approach to combat COVID-19", Phytomedicine, vol. 85, 2021. Abstract
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Zaky, A. A., H. E. M. M. Shenawy, T. A. H. Harhash, M. Shalash, and N. M. I. Awad, Can Low Level Laser Therapy Benefit Bone Regeneration in Localized Maxillary Cystic Defects? - A Prospective Randomized Control Trial., , 2016. Abstract

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Alfaar, A. S., M. Zamzam, B. Abdalla, R. Magdi, and N. El-Kinaai, "Childhood Ewing sarcoma of the orbit", Journal of pediatric hematology/oncology, 2015. Abstract

In the span of the last 48 years, only 16 cases of children with orbital Ewing’s sarcoma have been reported. This study is to present 3 cases that were admitted to Children's Cancer Hospital Egypt 57357, during the period from 2009 to 2013. We have Two cases were treated using the hospital standard Ewing’s sarcoma treatment protocol, to completion, while the third discontinued treatment. All tumors have confirmed CD99 positivity while translocation (11;22) was positive in one patient and negative in the third. With earlier diagnosis and adequate surgical resection and integration of chemo- and radiotherapy one patient survived for about four years, while the other two cases died due to disease progression or recurrence.