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2023
10. Rehab F. Abdel-Rahman, Hany M. Fayed, M. A. E. M. A. H. G. A. S. A. R. A. F. F., "Apigenin role against thioacetamide-triggered liver fibrosis: Deciphering the PPARγ/TGF-β1/NF-κB and the HIF/FAK/AKT pathways", Journal of Herbmed Pharmacology, Volume 12, Number 2, April 2023 , 2023.
Ramadan, F. M., E. E. M. –Sayed, A. F. Zayan, and T. A. \ S. Alim, "Application of buffalo butter oil fractions for the preparation of modified spread butter", Egyptian journal of chemistry, vol. 66, issue 7, pp. 621-631, 2023.
Ramadan, F. M., E. E. M. –Sayed, A. F. Zayan, and T. A. \ S. Alim, "Application of buffalo butter oil fractions for the preparation of modified spread butter", Egyptian journal of chemistry, vol. 66, issue 7, pp. 621-631, 2023.
Fatah, M. A. A., M. G. Abd El-Moghny, M. S. El-Deab, and R. E. M. Nashar, "Application of molecularly imprinted electrochemical sensor for trace analysis of Metribuzin herbicide in food samples", Food Chemistry, vol. 404, pp. 134708, 2023.
Ahmed, S. M., G. M. A. Kassem, F. Pérez-Rodríguez, and H. H. S. Abdel-Naeem, "Application of predictive microbiology in monitoring S. aureus growth in raw chicken meat. Advances in Animal and Veterinary Sciences", Advances in Animal and Veterinary Sciences, vol. 11 , issue 5, pp. 738-746, 2023.
Alham, M. H., M. F. Gad, and D. K. Ibrahim, "Applying Marine Predators Algorithm for Optimizing the Layout of Wind Turbines", International Journal of Renewable Energy Research, vol. 13, issue 2, pp. 730-740, 2023. AbstractWebsite

The extracted power from wind is clean, plentiful, and completely renewable. All over the world, researchers keep looking for the best layouts of wind parks to maximize captured energy. To design wind farms suitably, forecast their performance, and understand the strain loads of wind turbines, there is a persistent need to catch a perfect wake model. Wind turbine wakes are one of the most vital factors in the meteorology of wind power due to reducing the power production and the necessity to raise the downstream capacity of wind turbines. This study is divided into two main aspects: firstly, enhancing the optimal layout for the wind turbines at a farm using Marine Predators Algorithm (MPA). The Jensen wake model is applied to get the extracted power for each turbine, which is one of the mutual analytic models used to reach the optimized layout. By comparing the performance of the proposed algorithm with the previous studies achieved by several techniques, the obtained results revealed that the MPA achieves promising results. Secondly, the proposed algorithm is applied for four sites in Egypt as the fraction of occurrence for the selected locations has been adequately calculated using wind speed over five years.

Sahar S. Abd El-Rahman, Nadia M. Ashwish, M. A. E., "Appraisal of the pre-emptive effect of Lactoferrin against chromium-induced testicular toxicity in male rats. ", Biological Trace Element Research, vol. 2, issue 2, pp. 1-11, 2023. s12011-023-03605-3_merhan.pdf
Mehmood, S., W. Ahmed, M. Mahmood, M. S. Rizwan, R. M. A. Asghar, J. M. Alatalo, M. Imtiaz, M. Akmal, H. Abdelrahman, J. Ma, et al., "Aquaculture sediments amended with biochar improved soil health and plant growth in a degraded soil", Marine Pollution Bulletin, vol. 191, pp. 114899, 2023. AbstractWebsite

Sustainable and safe management of aquaculture sediments is of great concern. Biochar (BC) and fishpond sediments (FPS) are rich in organic carbon and nutrients and thus can be used as soil amendments; however, it is not fully explored how the biochar amended fishpond sediments can affect soil properties/fertility and modulate plant physiological and biochemical changes, particularly under contamination stress. Therefore, a comprehensive investigation was carried out to explore the effects of FPS and BC-treated FPS (BFPS) on soil and on spinach (Spinacia oleracea L.) grown in chromium (Cr) contaminated soils. Addition of FPS and BFPS to soil caused an increase in nutrients content and reduced Cr levels in soil, which consequently resulted in a significant increase in plant biomass, chlorophyll pigments, and photosynthesis, over the control treatment. The most beneficial effect was observed with the BFPS applied at 35 %, which further increased the antioxidant enzymes (by 2.75-fold, at minimum), soluble sugars by 24.9 %, and upregulated the gene expression activities. However, the same treatment significantly decreased proline content by 74.9 %, Malondialdehyde by 65.6 %, H2O2 by 65.1 %, and Cr concentration in spinach root and shoot tissues. Moreover, the average daily intake analysis showed that BFPS (at 35 %) could effectively reduce human health risks associated with Cr consumption of leafy vegetables. In conclusion, these findings are necessary to provide guidelines for the reutilization of aquaculture sediments as an organic fertilizer and a soil amendment for polluted soils. However, more future field studies are necessary to provide guidelines and codes on aquaculture sediments reutilization as organic fertilizer and soil amendment for polluted soils, aiming for a more sustainable food system in China and globally, with extended benefits to the ecosystem and human.

Farrag, A., W. Elsayed, D. A. Saleh, A. Hefny, and A. Shaheen, "Arabic version of the intermittent and constant osteoarthritis pain questionnaire (ICOAP-Ar): translation, cross-cultural adaptation, and measurement properties", BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, vol. 24, pp. 481, 2023.
Abdel Latif, M. M. M. & Alhamad, M., "Arabicization or Englishization of higher education in the Arab world? Controversies, policies and realities, ", Frontiers in Psychology, vol. 14-2023, pp. 1-8, 2023.
Alabrak, M., M. Megahed, A. A. Alkhouly, A. Mohammed, H. Elfandy, N. Tahoun, and Hoda Ismail, "Artificial intelligence role in subclassifying cytology of thyroid follicular neoplasm", The Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention , vol. 23, issue 4, pp. in press, 2023.
Metwally, H. M., H. A. Allam, F. Baselious, A. Bonardi, E. M. Seif, S. A. Moussa, E. Abdel-Latif, C. T. Supuran, and H. S. Ibrahim, "Arylidine extensions of 3-methyl-5-oxo-4,5-dihydro-1H-pyrazolbenzenesulfonamide derivatives: Synthesis, computational simulations and biological evaluation as tumor-associated carbonic anhydrase inhibitors", Bioorganic Chemistry , vol. 135, pp. 106492, 2023. paper_16.pdf
Memon, I. A., A. Parkash, K. Sadiq, N. M. Kamal, and Mortada HF El-Shabrawi, Ola El-Sisi, "The Asia Pacific Pediatric Association (APPA) position statement on the MAFLD definition of fatty liver disease.", Therapeutic advances in chronic disease, vol. 14, pp. 20406223231164523, 2023.
, "Assessing Genetic Diversity in Two Local Chicken Breeds in Egypt Using Microsatellite Markers", Iranian Journal of Applied Animal Science, vol. 13, no. 3: Rasht Branch, Islamic Azad University, pp. 567–575, 2023. Abstract
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, "Assessing Genetic Diversity in Two Local Chicken Breeds in Egypt Using Microsatellite Markers", Iranian Journal of Applied Animal Science, vol. 13, no. 3: Rasht Branch, Islamic Azad University, pp. 567–575, 2023. Abstract
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Bakry, A. E., M. Attia, H. El Shiwy, A. Hassanein, and M. K. Sidky, "Assessment of Central Vault Changes induced By Cyclopentolate In Myopic Patients Implanted with the Implantable Phakic Contact Lens®", J Egypt Ophthalmol Soc, vol. 116, issue 1, pp. 34-41, 2023.
Ahmed, R. S. ‎, M. E. ‎ Abuarab, M. M. ‎ Ibrahim, M. ‎ Baioumy, and A. ‎ Mokhtar, "Assessment of environmental and toxicity impacts and potential ‎health hazards of heavy metals pollution of agricultural drainage ‎adjacent to industrial zones in Egypt", Chemosphere, vol. ‎318‎, 2023.