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El-Sayed, A., and A. Walid, Brucellosis: Evolution and expected comeback, : ELSEVIER, 2018. Abstract
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Refai, M. K., "Brucellosis in animals and man in Egypt", Egypt J Vet Sci, vol. 37, pp. 1–31, 2003. Abstract
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, "Brucellosis as the main cause of reproductive failure among cows and buffaloes", Egyptian Society of Animal Repoduction and Fertility 9th Annual Cong. Giza 12-14 February,1997., 1997.
Agarwal, R. P., M. Bohner, S. R. Grace, D. O'regan, M. Benchohra, J. Henderson, S. Ntouyas, P. Gottschalk, V. D. Radulescu, and D. N. Cheban, Browse Menu, , Submitted. Abstract
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Agarwal, R. P., M. Bohner, S. R. Grace, D. O'regan, M. Benchohra, J. Henderson, S. Ntouyas, P. Gottschalk, V. D. Radulescu, D. N. Cheban, et al., Browse Menu, , Submitted. Abstract
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El-Shafey, Y. H., M. R. A. Nesiem, M. W. Habib, and M. M. Abdel-Sattar, "Browning phenomenon: a serious problem in date palm tissue culture.", J. Agric. Sci. Mansoura Univ., vol. 24, no. (3), pp. 521–538, 1999. Abstract
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Hussein, A. A., and H. Elbosraty, "Brown Tumor of the nose, Case report and review of literature", CSOM, Triological society, Bosto, MA, USA, 25 April 2015.
Kamunde, C., R. Sappal, and T. M. Melegy, "Brown seaweed (AquaArom) supplementation increases food intake and improves growth, antioxidant status and resistance to temperature stress in Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar", PLOS ONE, vol. 14, issue 7: Public Library of Science, pp. e0219792 - , 2019/07/15. AbstractWebsite

Seaweeds represent a vast resource that remains underutilized as an ingredient in aquafeeds. Here we probed the effect of addition of AquaArom, a seaweed meal derived from brown seaweeds (Laminaria sp., kelp), to fish feed on growth performance, antioxidant capacity and temperature responsiveness of mitochondrial respiration. A commercial salmonid feed was mixed with 0 (control), 3, 6 and 10% seaweed and fed to Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) smolts for 30 days. The smolts consumed more of the seaweed-supplemented food relative to the control and there were no mortalities. Compared with the control, the final fish weight, standard length, weight gain and SGR were higher in fish fed diets supplemented with the 3 and 10% seaweed, while growth performance for fish maintained on 6% seaweed remained neutral. Importantly, seaweed supplementation increased protein efficiency ratio (PER) and tended to improve food conversion ratio (FCR). Although the hepatosomatic and visceral indices did not change, whole gut and intestinal weights and lengths were higher in fish maintained on seaweed-supplemented diets suggesting increased retention time and a larger surface area for food digestion and nutrient absorption. Measurement of antioxidant status revealed that seaweed supplementation dose-dependently increased plasma total antioxidant capacity as well as the level of glutathione, and activities of catalase and superoxide dismutase in liver mitochondria. Moreover, seaweed supplementation reduced the effect of acute temperature rise on mitochondrial respiration and proton leak. Overall, these data suggest that AquaArom can be mixed with fish food up to 10% to increase food consumption and enhance growth performance, as well as to improve antioxidant capacity and alleviate adverse effects of stressors such as temperature in fish.

Darwish, D. S., and M. M. F. Abdalla, "Broomrape and its control for safe production of faba bean in the Arab Countries. (in Arabic)", Proceedings of Conference for strategy for safe agricultural production in Arab Countries. Egypt. Arab Council for Graduat tudies and scientific research., pp. 290-304, 1999. Abstract
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Bakry, A., "Bronze Age of South-Eastern Turkmenistan: Era of Wide Intercultural Contacts between the Indus and Nile Valleys” (on Materials of Gonur-Depe)", Bronze-Iron Ages and Material and Spiritual Heritage of Turkmenistan, Ashgabat - Turkmenistan, Institue of Archaeology - Academy of Sciences of Turkmenistan, pp. 25-29, 11 Nov., 2011.
Schott, C., S. S. Weigt, B. A. Turturice, A. Metwally, J. Belperio, P. W. Finn, and D. L. Perkins, "Bronchiolitis obliterans syndrome susceptibility and the pulmonary microbiome", The Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, vol. 37, issue 9: Elsevier, pp. 1131-1140, 2018. Abstract
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Sabri, Y. Y., I. H. M. Ibrahim, and A. F. R. b, "Bronchiolitis Obliterans (BO): HRCT findings in 20 patients", The Egyptian Journal of Radiology andNuclear Medicine, vol. 45, issue 1, pp. 69-73, 2014.
A.ElShiekh, H. A. S. E. &, "Bronchiectasis CT Evaluation", Medical Journal of Cairo University. ., vol. Vol 64 No 1 , issue March 1996, 1996.
Sayed, A. A., A. M. Soliman, M. Marzouk, F. F. Mohammed, and S. Desouky, "Bromelain mitigates liver fibrosis via targeting hepatic stellate cells in vitro and in vivo", Tissue and Cell, vol. 82, issue 102118, 2023.
Didamoony, M. A., A. M. Atwa, E. A. Abd El-Haleim, and L. A. Ahmed, "Bromelain ameliorates D-galactosamine-induced acute liver injury: role of SIRT1/LKB1/AMPK, GSK3β/Nrf2 and NF-κB p65/TNF-α/caspase-8, -9 signalling pathways.", The Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology, vol. 74, issue 12, pp. 1765-1775, 2022. Abstract

OBJECTIVES: The present research focused on estimating, for the first time, the potential protective effects of bromelain against D-galactosamine-induced acute liver injury in rats as well as identifying the possible underlying mechanisms.

METHODS: Silymarin (100 mg/kg/day, p.o.) as a reference drug or bromelain (20 and 40 mg/kg/day, p.o.) were administered for 10 days, and on the 8th day of the experiment, a single dose of galactosamine (400 mg/kg/i.p.) induced acute liver injury.

KEY FINDINGS: Pretreatment with bromelain improved liver functions and histopathological alterations induced by galactosamine. Bromelain ameliorated oxidative stress by inducing SIRT1 protein expression and increasing LKB1 content. This resulted in phosphorylating the AMPK/GSK3β axis, which stimulated Nrf2 activation in hepatic cells and thus increased the activity of its downstream antioxidant enzymes [HO-1 and NQO1]. Besides, bromelain exerted significant anti-apoptotic and anti-inflammatory effects by suppressing hepatic contents of TNF-α, NF-κB p65, as well as caspase-8 and caspase-9. The protective effects of bromelain40 were proved to be better than silymarin and bromelain20 in most of the assessed parameters.

CONCLUSIONS: Our results highlight the significant hepatoprotective effects of bromelain against acute liver injury through modulation of SIRT1/LKB1/AMPK, GSK3β/Nrf2 signalling in addition to NF-κB p65/TNF-α/ caspase-8 and -9 pathway.

Didamoony, M. A., A. M. Atwa, E. A. A. El-Haleim, and L. A. Ahmed, "Bromelain ameliorates D-galactosamine-induced acute liver injury: role of SIRT1/LKB1/AMPK, GSK3β/Nrf2 and NF-κB p65/TNF-α/caspase-8, -9 signalling pathways", Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, vol. 74, pp. 1765-1775, 2022.
Mansour, A. M., "Bromazepam: Crystal structure, spectroscopic and quantum chemical calculations", Chemical Data Collection, vol. 11-12, pp. 11-24, 2017.