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Wael H. Roshdy, Mohamed F. Abdelhameed, H. R. 1 M. A. A. S. S. A. E. - R. S. S. A. S. S., "ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF THE EGYVIR ON RATS EXPERIMENTAL ANIMALS; A PRECLINICAL STUDY FOR SARS-COV-2 TREATMENT", J Microbiol Biotech Food Sci / Roshdy et al. 20xx : x (x) e9658, 2023.
Wagdy Mohamed, A., H. Z. Sabry, and A. Farhat, "Advanced Differential Evolution algorithm for global numerical optimization", IEEE International Conference on Computer Applications and Industrial Electronics (ICCAIE), pp. 156–161, 2011. Abstract
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Wahab, M. A. M. A. E., H. M. E. Eldin, A. A. M. Hagag, and S. A. E. and Fouad, "Aerobic versus resistive training on selected hematological parameters in elderly", Bioscience Research, vol. 15, issue (2), pp. 708-715, 2018.
Wahab, R. R. A., H. M. Yassin, and H. H. Hanafy, "Active and reactive power control for dual excited synchronous generator in wind applications", IEEE Access, vol. 10, pp. 29172-29182, 2022.
WAHAB, N. A. H. E. D. A. B. D. E. L., N. F. Shafik, R. E. Shafik, S. A. Taha, H. E. Shafik, and A. D. Darwish, "Association of CYP3A5*3 and CYP1A1*2C Polymorphism with Development of Acute Myeloid Leukemia in Egyptian Patients", Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, vol. 18, issue 3, pp. 747-752, 2017. asian_pacific_journal_of_cancer_prevention_cyp3a5.pdf
Wahab, A., E. - M. M, H. R, W. L, L. M, and O. A, "Assessing surface solar irradiance in Northern Africa desert climate and its long -term variations from Meteosat images", International Journal of Remote Sensing, issue 31, pp. 261-280, 2010. CU-PDF
WAHAB, N. A. H. E. D. A. B. D. E. L., N. F. Shafik, R. E. Shafik, S. A. Taha, H. E. Shafik, and A. D. Darwish, "Association of CYP3A5* 3 and CYP1A1* 2C polymorphism with development of acute myeloid leukemia in Egyptian patients", Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention: APJCP, vol. 18, issue 3: Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, pp. 747, 2017. Abstract
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Wahba, E. S., "Aloe vera gel phonophoresis versus silver nanoparticles phonophoresis on burn wound: a prospective randomized double-blinded trial", Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy, vol. Volume 23, issue Issue 1 January-June 2018, pp. 30–35, 2018.
Wahba, A., R. El-Khoribi, and S. Taie, ANew Hybrid Model for Energy Consumption Prediction Based on Grey Wolf Optimization, , vol. 49, issue 2, pp. 469 - 481, 2022. Abstract
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Wahdan, W., A. Nawar, and A. Bishr, "Autologous Cartilage Grafts Versus Collagen Membrane in Management of Small Post-Traumatic Orbital Floor Defects", Medical Journal Cairo University, vol. 83, issue 1, pp. 946-941, 2015.
Waleed Yamany, H. M. Zawbaa, Eid Emary, and A. E. Hassanien, "Attribute reduction approach based on modified flower pollination algorithm", Fuzzy Systems (FUZZ-IEEE), 2015 IEEE International Conference on: IEEE, pp. 1–7, 2015. Abstract
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Walid Afifi, M. D., M. D. Ikram Abdallah, R. N. MD, and M. D. Doaa Ghazy, "Assessment of the Role of N- Acetylcystiene in High - Risk Renal Patients Undergoing Cardiac Surgery.", The Egyptian Journal of Cardiothoracic Anesthesia, vol. 3, 2008.
Walid Afifi, M. D., M. D. Ikram Abdallah, R. N. MD, and M. D. Doaa Ghazy, ASSESSEMENT OF THE ROLE OF N‐ACETYLCYSTEINE IN HIGHRISK RENAL PATIENTS UNDERGOING CARDIAC SURGERY, , 2008.
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.
WalyEldeen, A. A., H. M. El‑Shorbagy, H. M. Hassaneen, I. A. Abdelhamid, S. Sabet, and S. A. A. Ibrahim, "anticancer activity via induction of oxidative stress, DNA damage, and apoptosis in Ehrlich solid carcinoma‑bearing mice", Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology, vol. 395, pp. 1225-1238, 2022. Abstract
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WalyEldeen, A. A., H. M. El‑Shorbagy, H. M. Hassaneen, I. A. Abdelhamid, S. Sabet, and S. A. A. Ibrahim, "anticancer activity via induction of oxidative stress, DNA damage, and apoptosis in Ehrlich solid carcinoma‑bearing mice", Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology, vol. 395, pp. 1225-1238, 2022. Abstract
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Wanas, N., M. El-Saban, H. Ashour, and W. Ammar, "Automatic scoring of online discussion posts", Proceedings of the 2Nd ACM Workshop on Information Credibility on the Web, pp. 19–26, 2008. Abstract
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Wanas, M. I., M. E. Kahil, and K. M. M., "An AP Structure with Finslerian Flavor: Path Equations", Gravitational and Cosmology, vol. 22, issue 4, pp. 345-354, 2016.
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", Indian J. pure appl. Math, vol. 39, no. 6, pp. 459–465, 2008. Abstract
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Wang, Y., X. Wu, J. Chen, R. Amin, M. Lu, B. Bhayana, J. Zhao, C. K. Murray, M. R. Hamblin, D. C. Hooper, et al., "Antimicrobial blue light inactivation of gram-negative pathogens in biofilms: in vitro and in vivo studies.", The Journal of infectious diseases, 2016 Feb 17. Abstract

BACKGROUND:  Biofilms affect more than 80% bacterial infections in human and are usually difficult to eradicate due to their inherent drug resistance.

METHODS:  We investigated the effectiveness of antimicrobial blue light (aBL; 415 nm) inactivation of Acinetobacter baumannii or Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms in 96-well microplates and in infected mouse burns.

RESULTS:  In vitro in 96-well microplates, 24-h and 72-h old biofilms of A. baumannii exposed to 432 J/cm(2) aBL had 3.59- and 3.18-log10 inactivation, respectively. For P. aeruginosa biofilms, a similar 3.02- and 3.12-log10 inactivation was achieved. In mouse burns infected with 5×10(6) CFU of A. baumannii, approximately 360 and 540 J/cm(2) aBL was required to achieve 3-log10 inactivation of biofilms when aBL was delivered at 24 and 48 h post-inoculation, respectively. High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) analysis revealed the presence of endogenous porphyrins in both A. baumannii and P. aeruginosa cells. Using the TUNEL assay, no apoptotic cells were detected in aBL-irradiated mouse skin at up to 24 h after aBL exposure (540 J/cm(2)).

CONCLUSIONS:  aBL has antimicrobial activity in biofilms of A. baumannii and P. aeruginosa, and is a potential approach for biofilm-related infections.

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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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.
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