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, "Bilateral coronary and renal artery stenosis in a case with limited scleroderma.", APLAR Journal of Rheumatology, vol. 9(3): 278., 2006.
M.Shokry, E.Berbish, and E.Sheta, "Bilateral hip dysplasia in a male native kid", Minufiya Vet. J., vol. 4, pp. 297-299, 2006. bilateral_hip_dysplasia.pdf
Azza A. Shoukry, Mahmoud M. A. Mohamed, and Mohamed M. Shoukry, "Binary and Ternary Complexes of Copper(II) Involving N,N,N',N'- Tetramethylethylenediamine (Me4en) and Various Biologically Relevant Ligands ", Journal of solution chemistry ,, vol. 35, issue 6, pp. 853-868 , 2006.
Gad, M. Z., M. M. El-Sawalhi, M. F. Ismail, and N. D. El-Tanbouly, Biochemical study of the anti-diabetic action of the Egyptian plants Fenugreek and Balanites ., , 2006.
Abd-Elzaher, M. M., S. M. El-Shiekh, and M. Eweis, Biological studies of newly synthesized ferrocenyl complexes containing triazionone moiety. Applied Organometallic Chemistry, , vol. 20, pp. 597-602, 2006.
Essam, T., A. M. Aly, E. T. O, M. B, and G. B, Biological treatment of industrial wastes in a photobioreactor, , 2006.
Nassar, M. A., M. U. El-Segai, and S. N. Mohamed, Botanical studies on Coriandrum sativum L. of the family apiaceae, , 2006.
A., 10. Y. F., A. M. Khattab, O. S. El–Kobisy, and K. H. S. Emara, "Botanical studies on some genera of Mimosaceae and Caesalpiniaceae. I-Morphological and ultrastructural features of leaves", J. Agric. Sci. Mansoura Univ., vol. 31, issue 12, pp. 7617-7627, 2006.
Annaby, M. H., and Z. S. Mansour, "Basic Sturm–Liouville problems", Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General, vol. 39, issue 27: IOP Publishing, pp. 8747, 2006. Abstract
Abdel-Salam, A.M., E. - S. M. A., and H. S. Abdelkader, "Beet necrotic ringspot virus, a new ilarvirus infecting sugarbeet in Egypt. Biological, biochemical, serological, and genomic studies", Arab J. Biotech., vol. 9, no. (2), pp. 395–414, 2006. Abstract
Attia, A. S., S. Ram, P. A. Rice, and E. J. Hansen, "Binding of vitronectin by the Moraxella catarrhalis UspA2 protein interferes with late stages of the complement cascade", Infection and immunity, vol. 74, no. 3: Am Soc Microbiol, pp. 1597–1611, 2006. Abstract
Gad, M. Z., M. M. El-Sawalhi, M. F. Ismail, and N. D. El-Tanbouly, "Biochemical study of the anti-diabetic action of the Egyptian plants fenugreek and balanites.", Molecular and cellular biochemistry, vol. 281, issue 1-2, pp. 173-83, 2006. Abstract

Fenugreek and Balanites are two plants commonly used in Egyptian folk medicine as hypoglycemic agents. In the present study, the effects of 21 days oral administration of Fenugreek seed and Balanites fruit extracts (1.5 g/kg bw) on the liver and kidney glycogen content and on some key liver enzymes of carbohydrate metabolism in STZ-diabetic rats were studied. In addition, the effects of these two plant extracts on the intestinal alpha-amylase activity in vitro and starch digestion and absorption in vivo were also examined. Results indicated that single injection of STZ (50 mg/kg bw) caused 5-folds increase in the blood glucose level, 80% reduction in serum insulin level, 58% decrease in liver glycogen and 7-folds increase in kidney glycogen content as compared to the normal levels. The activity of glucose-6-phosphatase was markedly increased, whereas, the activities of both glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase and phospho-fructokinase were significantly decreased in the diabetic rat liver. Administration of Fenugreek extract to STZ-diabetic rats reduced blood glucose level by 58%, restored liver glycogen content and significantly decreased kidney glycogen as well as liver glucose-6-phosphatase activity. Meanwhile, Balanites extract reduced blood glucose level by 24% and significantly decreased liver glucose-6-phosphatase activity in diabetic rats. On the other hand, our results demonstrated that both the Fenugreek and Balanites extracts were able to in vitro inhibit alpha-amylase activity in dose-dependent manner. Fenugreek was more potent inhibitor than Balanites. This inhibition was reversed by increasing substrate concentration in a pattern which complies well with the effect of competitive inhibitors. Furthermore, this in vitro inhibition was confirmed by in vivo suppression of starch digestion and absorption induced by both plant extracts in normal rats. These findings suggest that the hypoglycemic effect of Fenugreek and Balanites is mediated through insulinomimetic effect as well as inhibition of intestinal alpha-amylase activity.

Refae, R. I., "Biodegradation of various aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons in sludge, compost and soil environments", BULLETIN-FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE UNIVERSITY OF CAIRO, vol. 57, no. 4: UNIVERSITY OF CAIRO, pp. 803, 2006. Abstract
Wahab, S. A. E. M., N. E. L. M. Fiki, W. M. A. Amin, S. F. Mostafa, and F. E. M. Fadel, "Biological and Phytochemical screening of some natural products used in folk medicine as diuretics & removal of kidney stones", Egyptian Journal of Biomedical Sciences, vol. 20, pp. 264-280, 2006.
Refae, R. I., M. M. M. Ragab, T. H. Abd-El-Moity, and Y. Z. El-Sayed, "Biological control of Rhizoctonia solani damping-off of bean by Bacillus spp.", J. Agric. Sci. Mansoura Univ., vol. 31, issue 4, pp. 2321-2344, 2006.
Shahin, M. K., A. M. Badawi, and M. S. Kamel, "Biometric Authentication Using Fast Correlation of Hand Vein Patterns", Cairo International Biomedical Engineering Conference Dec. 2006 (CIBEC06): IEEE, 2006. Abstract
Mina, R. T., A. Atiya, M. I. Owis, and Y. M. Kadah, "Brain-Computer Interface Based on Classification of Statistical and Power Spectral Density Features", 3rd Cairo International Biomedical Engineering Conference, CIBEC 2006, pp. 2–5, 2006. Abstract
Khaled, H. M., "Breast cancer at diagnosis in women of Africa and the Middle East", Breast Cancer in Women of African Descent: Springer Netherlands, pp. 81-90, 2006. AbstractWebsite

The myth behind the aetiology and efforts towards treatment and prevention of breast cancer were always present since antiquity. Two Egyptian papyruses, written approximately 1600 B.C. are concerned with the disease, the Edwin Smith Papyrus and the Ebers Papyrus. The first includes a case (no. 45) of bulging tumour of the breast recorded in lines 9 to 20 of the reproduction: If thou examinest a man having bulging tumours on his breast, (and) thou findest that (swellings) have spread over the breast; if thou puttest thy hand upon his breast upon these tumours, (and) thou findest them very cool, there being no fever at all therein when thy hand touches him, they have no granulation, they form no fluid, and they are bulging to thy hand, thou should say concerning him one having bulging tumours. An ailment with which I will attend. There is no (treatment). © 2006 Springer.

Yaseen, M., M. Attia, B. Maegaard, K. Choukri, N. Paulsson, S. Haamid, S. Krauwer, C. Bendahman, H. Fersøe, M. Rashwan, et al., "Building annotated written and spoken Arabic LR’s in NEMLAR project", Proceedings of LREC, 2006. Abstract
Ismail, S. A., C. H. Matta, and R. B. ElKholy, "Bayesian Estimation For Dependent Transition Probability Via MCMC Techniques", International Conference for Statistics and Modelling in social and human sciences, Statistics Department, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, 29 March, 2005.
El Darouti, M. A., S. A. Marzouk, O. A. Azzam, H. R. Nada, R. M. Sobhi, and I. El Nabarawi, "Branchio-oculo-facial syndrome with bilateral linear scars of the neck.", International journal of dermatology, vol. 44, issue 8, pp. 674-6, 2005 Aug. Abstract

A case of branchio-oculo-facial syndrome with bilateral linear scars affecting both sides of the neck is described. The disease occured in a male patient aged 20 years and presented with facial asymmetry, pre and postauricular pits, lip pits, microphthalmia, broad malformed nose, colobomas and dystrophic right kidney. In addition, there were bilateral linear hypertrophic scars on both sides of the neck. We believe that the latter lesions may represent the end stage of dermal thymus; a rare condition which has been reported so far in only four cases, two of which had branchio-oculo-facial syndrome.