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1977
EL RIFAI, M. A., S. S. E. H. Elnashaie, and A. A. Kafafi, "Analysis of a countercurrent tallow-splitting column", Trans. Instn. Chem. Eng, vol. 55, pp. 59–63, 1977. 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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1976
Khayyal, M. T., H. Tolba, and M. B. El-Hawary, "Adrenergic responses of the rabbit stomach serosal strip and their modification by monoamine oxidase inhibitors and anti-adrenergic drugs.", The Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology, vol. 28, issue 6, pp. 489-92, 1976 Jun. Abstract

The rabbit stomach serosal strip, was found to contract to adrenaline and noradrenaline but not to isoprenaline. The contractile response could be totally abolished by phenoxybenzamine but was not influenced by propranolol, indicating that the preparation has almost exclusively alpha-adrenoceptors. The responses to adrenaline and noradrenaline were markedly potentiated in the presence of monoamine oxidase inhibitors, guanethidine or reserpine, indicating the presence of MAO activity in the tissue and possible catecholamine stores. The functional state of the latter has not been conclusively established, since tyramine, an indirectly acting amine, was unable to elicit a response qualitatively similar to that of adrenaline, even in the presence of nialamide or tranylcypromine.

Khayyal, M. T., H. Tolba, and M. B. El-Hawary, "Adrenergic responses of the rabbit stomach serosal strip and their modification by monoamine oxidase inhibitors and anti-adrenergic drugs.", The Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology, vol. 28, issue 6, pp. 489-92, 1976 Jun. Abstract

The rabbit stomach serosal strip, was found to contract to adrenaline and noradrenaline but not to isoprenaline. The contractile response could be totally abolished by phenoxybenzamine but was not influenced by propranolol, indicating that the preparation has almost exclusively alpha-adrenoceptors. The responses to adrenaline and noradrenaline were markedly potentiated in the presence of monoamine oxidase inhibitors, guanethidine or reserpine, indicating the presence of MAO activity in the tissue and possible catecholamine stores. The functional state of the latter has not been conclusively established, since tyramine, an indirectly acting amine, was unable to elicit a response qualitatively similar to that of adrenaline, even in the presence of nialamide or tranylcypromine.

Khayyal, M. T., H. Tolba, and M. B. El-Hawary, "Adrenergic responses of the rabbit stomach serosal strip and their modification by monoamine oxidase inhibitors and anti-adrenergic drugs.", The Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology, vol. 28, issue 6, pp. 489-92, 1976 Jun. Abstract

The rabbit stomach serosal strip, was found to contract to adrenaline and noradrenaline but not to isoprenaline. The contractile response could be totally abolished by phenoxybenzamine but was not influenced by propranolol, indicating that the preparation has almost exclusively alpha-adrenoceptors. The responses to adrenaline and noradrenaline were markedly potentiated in the presence of monoamine oxidase inhibitors, guanethidine or reserpine, indicating the presence of MAO activity in the tissue and possible catecholamine stores. The functional state of the latter has not been conclusively established, since tyramine, an indirectly acting amine, was unable to elicit a response qualitatively similar to that of adrenaline, even in the presence of nialamide or tranylcypromine.

Atiya, F. S., A. M. Soliman, and T. N. Saadawi, "Active RC bandpass and lowpass filters using the dvccs/dvcvs", Electronics Letters, vol. 12, no. 14: IET Digital Library, pp. 360–361, 1976. Abstract5-04239862.pdf

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Khalil, E. E., and J. H. Whitelaw, "Aerodynamic and Thermal Characteristics of Kerosene Spray Flames", 16th Symposium (Int.) On Combustion, Boston, Combustion Institute, pp. 566-576, 1976.
, "Anti-Tank Missile burn injury", The Medical Journal of Cairo University, vol. 44, pp. 343-345, 1976.
Sharaf, D., A. A. El Saifi, I. Farrag, and H. Mourad, "Anaerobic bacteria in the rumen of sheep fed different rations [barseem, hay and grind hay, Egypt].", Agricultural Research Review, 1976. Abstract
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Darwish, M., and J. Fantin, "The application of Lyapunov methods to large power systems using decomposition and aggregation techniques", International Journal of Control, vol. 24, no. 2: Taylor & Francis, pp. 247–260, 1976. Abstract
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Fantin, J., and M. Darwish, "An approach for decomposition and reduction of dynamical models of large-scale power systems", International Journal of Systems Science, vol. 7, no. 10: Taylor & Francis, pp. 1101–1112, 1976. Abstract
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1975
Silen, W., T. E. Machen, and J. G. Forte, "Acid-base balance in amphibian gastric mucosa.", The American journal of physiology, vol. 229, issue 3, pp. 721-30, 1975 Sep. Abstract

It has been established that H+ secretion can be maintained in frog stomach in the absence of exogenous CO2 by using a nutrient bathing fluid containing 25 mM H2PO4 (pH approximately equal to 4.5) or by lowering the pH of a nonbuffered nutrient solution to about 3.0-3.6. Exogenous CO2 in the presence of these nutrient solutions uniformly caused a marked decrease in H+ secretion, PD, adn short-circuit current (Isc) and an increase in transmucosal resistance (R). Elevation of nutrient [k+] to 83 mM reduced R significantly but transiently without change in H+ when nutrient pH less than 5.0, whereas R returned to base line and H+ increased when nutrient pH greater than 5.0. Acidification of the nutrient medium in the presence of exogenous CO2 results in inhibition of the secretory pump, probably by decreasing intracellular pH, and also interferes with conductance at the nutrient membrane. Removal of exogenous CO2 from standard bicarbonate nutrient solution reduced by 50% the H+, PD, and Isc without change in R; K+-free nutrient solutions reverse these changes in Isc and PD but not in H+. The dropping PD and rising R induced by K+-free nutrient solutions in 5% CO2 - 95% O2 are returned toward normal by 100% O2. Our findings support an important role for exogenous CO2 in maintaining normal acid-base balance in frog mucosa by acting as an acidifying agent.

Silen, W., T. E. Machen, and J. G. Forte, "Acid-base balance in amphibian gastric mucosa.", The American journal of physiology, vol. 229, issue 3, pp. 721-30, 1975 Sep. Abstract

It has been established that H+ secretion can be maintained in frog stomach in the absence of exogenous CO2 by using a nutrient bathing fluid containing 25 mM H2PO4 (pH approximately equal to 4.5) or by lowering the pH of a nonbuffered nutrient solution to about 3.0-3.6. Exogenous CO2 in the presence of these nutrient solutions uniformly caused a marked decrease in H+ secretion, PD, adn short-circuit current (Isc) and an increase in transmucosal resistance (R). Elevation of nutrient [k+] to 83 mM reduced R significantly but transiently without change in H+ when nutrient pH less than 5.0, whereas R returned to base line and H+ increased when nutrient pH greater than 5.0. Acidification of the nutrient medium in the presence of exogenous CO2 results in inhibition of the secretory pump, probably by decreasing intracellular pH, and also interferes with conductance at the nutrient membrane. Removal of exogenous CO2 from standard bicarbonate nutrient solution reduced by 50% the H+, PD, and Isc without change in R; K+-free nutrient solutions reverse these changes in Isc and PD but not in H+. The dropping PD and rising R induced by K+-free nutrient solutions in 5% CO2 - 95% O2 are returned toward normal by 100% O2. Our findings support an important role for exogenous CO2 in maintaining normal acid-base balance in frog mucosa by acting as an acidifying agent.

Hendrickson, W. A., and K. B. Ward, "Atomic models for the polypeptide backbones of myohemerythrin and hemerythrin.", Biochemical and biophysical research communications, vol. 66, issue 4, pp. 1349-56, 1975 Oct 27. Abstract
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Soliman, A. M., "Active Realization of Non-minimum Phase Transfer Functions Using the Current Conveyor", Asilomar Conference on Circuits, Systems, pp. 510-513, 1975. c02.pdf
Youssef, A. M., A. M. El-Nakkadi, and A. M. Aboul-Enein, "Amino acid composition of Egyptian poultry muscles", Pakistan J. Sci., , vol. 27, issue Nos. 1-7, pp. 37, 1975.
Barakat, F. M., K. A. Sabet, and M. S. Mikhail, "Antagonistic effect of soil microflora on the persistance of Pseudomonas solanacearum (E.F.Smith) E.F.Smith ", Ann. Agric. Sci., Moshtohor, vol. 4, pp. 79-85, 1975.
Abdel-Aal, S. I., and H. Bergseth, "Alteration of biotite by suspended montmorillonite", Colloid and Polymer Science, vol. 253, issue 2: Springer, pp. 144-149, 1975. Abstract
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Ettouney, S. M., and F. R. Fricke, "An anemometer for scale model environmental wind measurements", Building Science, vol. 10, no. 1: Elsevier, pp. 17–26, 1975. Abstract
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Pedersen, P., and M. M. Megahed, "Axisymmetric element analysis using analytical computing", Computers & Structures, vol. 5, no. 4: Elsevier, pp. 241–247, 1975. Abstract
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1974
Al-Hussaini, E. K., and A. F. Hassan, "An adaptive nonparametric detector for weak signals in noise", IEEE International Symsposium on Information Theory, U.S.A., June, 1974.
Soliman, A. M., "Active RC High Selectivity Notch Filter", International Journal of Electronics, vol. 37, issue 4, pp. 565-567, 1974. j021.pdf
Soliman, A. M., "Active RC low-pass filter suitable for integration", International Journal of Electronics, vol. 36, no. 6: Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 799–803, 1974. Abstractj019.pdf

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Khalifa, H., A. T. Haj-Hussein, and Y. M. Issa, "Application of Back Titration of EDTA or CDTA with Mercury (II) to the Determination of Rh, Ru and Pd.", Egypt. J. Chem.,, vol. 17, pp. 329-332, 1974.
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