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Abdelsattar, E., A. M. Galal, and G. S. Mossa, "Antitumor germacranolides from Anvillea garcinii", Journal of natural products, vol. 59, no. 4: ACS Publications, pp. 403–405, 1996. Abstract
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Abdelsattar, E., "Antimalarial Alkaloid from Hypoestes forskaolii", Experimental Parasitolog, vol. 211, pp. 107851 , 2020. antimalarial_alkaloid_from_hypoestes_forskaolii.pdf
Abdelshafy, M. O. H. A. M. E. D. A., M. A. H. M. O. U. D. S. Elsaholy, and M. G. Darwish, "An Active Attack on the Token-Based Security Protocol", JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCE-CAIRO-, vol. 48, no. 2: FACULTY OF ENGINEERING CAIRO UNIVERSITY, pp. 365–384, 2001. Abstract
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AbdelWahab, A. M., R. Parkash, M. Basta, M. Gardner, and J. Sapp, "ANTIARRHYTHMIC DRUG DISCONTINUATION AFTER SCAR-RELATED VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA ABLATION", CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY, vol. 26: PULSUS GROUP INC 2902 S SHERIDAN WAY, OAKVILLE, ONTARIO L6J 7L6, CANADA, pp. 131D-131D, 2010. Abstract
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AbdelWahab, A. M., D. Y. Yahya, E. B. Eweis, and M. Z. El Ramly, "Anteroseptal basal right ventricular entrainment is simple and superior to apical entrainment in identifying mechanism of supraventricular tachycardia", Journal of Interventional Cardiac Electrophysiology, vol. 38, no. 1: Springer, pp. 71–78, 2013. Abstract
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Abdelwahab, H. T., and M. A. Abd El-Aty, "APPLYING FUZZY ARTMAP NEURAL NETWORKS TO PREDICT DRIVER INJURY SEVERITY IN TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS", Selected Proceedings of the 9th World Conference on Transport ResearchWorld Conference on Transport Research Society, 2001. Abstract
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Abdelwahab, A., E. Baligh, M. Mokhtar, H. Yehia, R. Bedair, H. Rizk, S. ElTobgi, and A. Zaki, "Accuracy of Peripheral Vascular Duplex in Predicting Coronary Artery Disease. The Impact of Diabetes Mellitus", Egyptian Heart Journal, vol. 57, no. 2, pp. 141–151, 2005. Abstract
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AbdelWahab, A. M., D. Y. Yahya, E. B. Eweis, and M. E. Z. Ramly, "Anteroseptal basal right ventricular entrainment is simple and superior to apical entrainment in identifying mechanism of supraventricular tachycardia", J Interv Card Electrophysiol, vol. 38, pp. 71-78, 2013. 5-deif_allah_paper_2013.pdf
AbdelWahab, A. M., D. Y. Yahya, E. B. Eweis, and M. Z. El Ramly, "Anteroseptal basal right ventricular entrainment is simple and superior to apical entrainment in identifying mechanism of supraventricular tachycardia", Journal of Interventional Cardiac Electrophysiology, vol. 38, issue 1: Springer, pp. 71-78, 2013. Abstract
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AbdelWahab, A. M., R. Parkash, M. Basta, M. Gardner, and J. Sapp, "ANTIARRHYTHMIC DRUG DISCONTINUATION AFTER SCAR-RELATED VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA ABLATION", CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY, vol. 26: PULSUS GROUP INC 2902 S SHERIDAN WAY, OAKVILLE, ONTARIO L6J 7L6, CANADA, pp. 131D–131D, 2010. Abstract
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AbdelWahab, A. M., R. Parkash, M. Basta, M. Gardner, and J. Sapp, "ANTIARRHYTHMIC DRUG DISCONTINUATION AFTER SCAR-RELATED VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA ABLATION", CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY, vol. 26: PULSUS GROUP INC 2902 S SHERIDAN WAY, OAKVILLE, ONTARIO L6J 7L6, CANADA, pp. 131D–131D, 2010. Abstract
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Abdelwahab, H. T., H. Abou-Senna, and EssamRadwan, "Assessment of Different Intersection Designs to Accommodate Left Turns through Indirect Maneuvers", Global Journal of Research in Engineering, 2018. Abstract
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Abdelwahab, H. T., and M. A. Abdel-Aty, "Artificial neural networks and logit models for traffic safety analysis of toll plazas", Transportation Research Record, vol. 1784, issue 1: SAGE Publications Sage CA: Los Angeles, CA, pp. 115-125, 2002. Abstract
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Abdelwahab, A., E. Baligh, M. Mokhtar, H. Yehia, R. Bedair, H. Rizk, S. ElTobgi, and A. Zaki, "Accuracy of Peripheral Vascular Duplex in Predicting Coronary Artery Disease. The Impact of Diabetes Mellitus", Egyptian Heart Journal, vol. 57, issue 2, pp. 141-151, 2005. Abstract
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and Abdelwahab A. Afefe, El-Bialy E. Hateb, M. A. E. - S. G. S. I., "Assessment of Threats to Vegetation Cover in Wadi El Rayan Protected Area, Western Desert, Egypt", International Journal of Conservation Science, vol. 7, issue 3, pp. 691-708, 2016. Abstract
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Abdelzaher, H. A., M. K. Sidky, A. Awadein, and M. Hosny, "Aniseikonia and visual functions with optical correction and after refractive surgery in axial anisometropia.", International ophthalmology, vol. 42, issue 6, pp. 1669-1677, 2022. Abstract

PURPOSE: To evaluate differences in the subjective aniseikonia and stereoacuity in patients with axial anisometropia after full correction of the refractive error with spectacles, contact lenses, and refractive surgery.

METHODS: A prospective study was performed in Cairo University Hospitals on 20 patients with axial anisometropia caused by unilateral myopia > 5 D with > 4 D inter-ocular difference in spherical equivalent who were suitable candidates for excimer laser ablation (LASIK) or implantable collamer lens implantation (ICL). All patients had measurement of best-corrected visual acuity (BCVA), fusion, stereoacuity, and magnitude of aniseikonia with spectacles, contact lenses, and after surgery.

RESULTS: The mean age at time of surgery was 25.7 ± 3.1 years. There were no statistically significant differences in the BCVA or stereoacuity with spectacles, contact lenses, or after refractive surgery. Microkonia < 5%) was perceived with spectacles in 8 patients (40%) and remained unchanged in 7 of these 8 patients with contact lenses. Following LASIK (n = 11), there was an induced macrokonia < 2% in 4 patients (36%), persistent microkonia of 3% in 1 patient (9%), and no change in image size in 6 (55%) patients. Following ICL implantation (n = 9), there was a perceived macrokonia of 2% in 4 patients (44%), disappearance of microkonia in 1 patient (11%) and no change in 4 patients (44%).

CONCLUSIONS: Differences in BCVA, stereoacuity, and aniseikonia after correction of anisometropia by glasses, contact lens and surgery are both clinically and statistically insignificant. Retinal or neural adaptation might have a role in correction for differences in image size.

Abdel‑Ghany, H. S. M., S. Abdel‑Shafy, M. M. Abuowarda, R. M. El‑Khateeb, E. M. Hoballah, and M. M. Fahmy, "Acaricidal Efficacy of Biosynthesized Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles Against Hyalomma dromedarii (Acari: Ixodidae) and Their Toxic Effects on Swiss Albino Mice", Acta Parasitologica , vol. 67, issue https://doi.org/10.1007/s11686-022-00530-8, pp. 878-891, 2022.
Abderrazak, A., D. Couchie, D. F. Darweesh Mahmood, R. Elhage, C. Vindis, M. Laffargue, V. Matéo, B. Büchele, M. R. Ayala, M. El Gaafary, et al., "Anti-inflammatory and antiatherogenic effects of the NLRP3 inflammasome inhibitor arglabin in ApoE2.Ki mice fed a high-fat diet.", Circulation, vol. 131, issue 12, pp. 1061-70, 2015 Mar 24. Abstract

BACKGROUND: This study was designed to evaluate the effect of arglabin on the NLRP3 inflammasome inhibition and atherosclerotic lesion in ApoE2Ki mice fed a high-fat Western-type diet.

METHODS AND RESULTS: Arglabin was purified, and its chemical identity was confirmed by mass spectrometry. It inhibited, in a concentration-dependent manner, interleukin (IL)-1β and IL-18, but not IL-6 and IL-12, production in lipopolysaccharide and cholesterol crystal-activated cultured mouse peritoneal macrophages, with a maximum effect at ≈50 nmol/L and EC50 values for both cytokines of ≈ 10 nmol/L. Lipopolysaccharide and cholesterol crystals did not induce IL-1β and IL-18 production in Nlrp3(-/-) macrophages. In addition, arglabin activated autophagy as evidenced by the increase in LC3-II protein. Intraperitoneal injection of arglabin (2.5 ng/g body weight twice daily for 13 weeks) into female ApoE2.Ki mice fed a high-fat diet resulted in a decreased IL-1β plasma level compared with vehicle-treated mice (5.2±1.0 versus 11.7±1.1 pg/mL). Surprisingly, arglabin also reduced plasma levels of total cholesterol and triglycerides to 41% and 42%, respectively. Moreover, arglabin oriented the proinflammatory M1 macrophages into the anti-inflammatory M2 phenotype in spleen and arterial lesions. Finally, arglabin treatment markedly reduced the median lesion areas in the sinus and whole aorta to 54% (P=0.02) and 41% (P=0.02), respectively.

CONCLUSIONS: Arglabin reduces inflammation and plasma lipids, increases autophagy, and orients tissue macrophages into an anti-inflammatory phenotype in ApoE2.Ki mice fed a high-fat diet. Consequently, a marked reduction in atherosclerotic lesions was observed. Thus, arglabin may represent a promising new drug to treat inflammation and atherosclerosis.

Abdin, A. E. - D., and M. A. M. Abdeen, "ANN Model for Predicting the Impact of Submerged Aquatic Weeds Existence on the Hydraulic Performance of Branched Open Channel System Accompanied by Water Structures", Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology (KSME Int. J.) Vol. 21, Seoul, KOREA., pp. 1139-1149, 2007.
Abdo, M. S., A. H. Kandil, A. M. El-Bialy, and S. A. Fawzy, "Automatic detection for some common pronunciation mistakes applied to chosen Quran sounds", Biomedical Engineering Conference (CIBEC), 2010 5th Cairo International: IEEE, pp. 219–222, 2010. Abstract
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Abdo, M. S., and S. A. Fawzi, "ARABIC SPEECH SEGMENTATION INTO SYLLABLES USING NEURAL NETWORKS", Journal of Engineering and Applied Science, vol. 63, issue 4, 2016. arabic_speech_segmentation_into___syllables_using_neural_networks.pdf
Abdo, M. S., A. H. Kandil, A. M. El-Bialy, and S. A. Fawzy, "Automatic detection for some common pronunciation mistakes applied to chosen Quran sounds", Biomedical Engineering Conference (CIBEC), Cairo, IEEE, pp. 219-222, 2010.
Abdou, A., Arabic idioms: A corpus-based study., , London, Routledge, 2012.
Abdou, S., A. Fahmy, I. Hosney, and I. Mostafa, "Artificial Tutor For Arabic Handwriting Training", Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Arabic Language Resources and Tools, pp. 24–30, 2009. Abstract
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