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Aziz, T. A. M., F. M. El-Asmar, T. Mostafa, H. Atta, H. H. Fouad, N. K. Roshdy, L. A. Rashed, E. A. Obaia, D. A. Sabry, A. A. T. Aziz, et al., "BASIC SCIENCE: Effect of Hemin and Carbon Monoxide Releasing Molecule (CORM-3) on cGMP in Rat Penile Tissue", The journal of sexual medicine, vol. 5, no. 2: Elsevier, pp. 336–343, 2008. Abstract
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Abdalla, M. M. F., and G. N. MOHAMMED, "Basic principles towards food security.", First National Workshop on Food Security Taiz (Y.A.R.). April,(in Arabic)., pp. 1–35, 1986. Abstract
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Hameed, M. F., A. S. S. Ahmed, E. M. Elkaramany, and S. S. A. Obayya, "Basic Principles of Biosensing", Computational Photonic Sensors, Switzerland, Springer, 2019.
salah Mostafa, Y. E. D., "Basic Phacoemulsification course", COECSA 5th Internationa meeting, Kampala, Uganda, 16 August, 2017.
salah Mostafa, Y. E. D., "Basic Phacoemulsification course", 11 th ATMO conference, Sousse, Tunisia, 21 April, 2017.
Farid, A., basic immunology, , Germany, Scholar's Press, 2016.
Nada, H. R., and L. A. Rashed, "Basic fibroblast growth factor & vitiligo", Journal of the Egyptian Women’s Dermatologic Society, vol. 9, issue 1, 2012. AbstractWebsite

Background: Previous studies have documented the role of Basic fibroblast growth factor (bFGF) in melanocyte growth, proliferation, and migration.Objective: This study assessed the level of bFGF in untreated vitiligo patients in both involved and noninvolved sites and compared them with normal controls.
Methods: Fifteen cases of vitiligo were enrolled in this study. Skin biopsy specimens were obtained from vitiligo lesions and from normal skin 2 cm away from the vitiligo lesions. Ten healthy controls were enrolled for comparison. Skin biopsies were subjected to bFGF quantitative assessment by enzyme-linked immune sorbent assay technique.
Results: Lower levels of bFGF were found in vitiligo lesions than in noninvolved sites. Normal controls have a higher level of bFGF compared with the involved and the noninvolved skin of vitiligo patients.
Conclusion: Basic FGF deficiency could be one of the etiological factors in the pathogenesis of vitiligo.

Nada, H. R., and L. A. Rashed, "Basic fibroblast growth factor & vitiligo", Journal of the Egyptian Women’s Dermatologic Society, vol. 9, issue 1, 2012. AbstractWebsite

Background: Previous studies have documented the role of Basic fibroblast growth factor (bFGF) in melanocyte growth, proliferation, and migration.Objective: This study assessed the level of bFGF in untreated vitiligo patients in both involved and noninvolved sites and compared them with normal controls.
Methods: Fifteen cases of vitiligo were enrolled in this study. Skin biopsy specimens were obtained from vitiligo lesions and from normal skin 2 cm away from the vitiligo lesions. Ten healthy controls were enrolled for comparison. Skin biopsies were subjected to bFGF quantitative assessment by enzyme-linked immune sorbent assay technique.
Results: Lower levels of bFGF were found in vitiligo lesions than in noninvolved sites. Normal controls have a higher level of bFGF compared with the involved and the noninvolved skin of vitiligo patients.
Conclusion: Basic FGF deficiency could be one of the etiological factors in the pathogenesis of vitiligo.

Nada, H. R., and L. A. Rashed, "Basic fibroblast growth factor & vitiligo", Journal of the Egyptian Women’s Dermatologic Society, vol. 9, issue 1, 2012. AbstractWebsite

Background: Previous studies have documented the role of Basic fibroblast growth factor (bFGF) in melanocyte growth, proliferation, and migration.Objective: This study assessed the level of bFGF in untreated vitiligo patients in both involved and noninvolved sites and compared them with normal controls.
Methods: Fifteen cases of vitiligo were enrolled in this study. Skin biopsy specimens were obtained from vitiligo lesions and from normal skin 2 cm away from the vitiligo lesions. Ten healthy controls were enrolled for comparison. Skin biopsies were subjected to bFGF quantitative assessment by enzyme-linked immune sorbent assay technique.
Results: Lower levels of bFGF were found in vitiligo lesions than in noninvolved sites. Normal controls have a higher level of bFGF compared with the involved and the noninvolved skin of vitiligo patients.
Conclusion: Basic FGF deficiency could be one of the etiological factors in the pathogenesis of vitiligo.

Nada, H., and L. Rashed, "Basic fibroblast growth factor & vitiligo", JWED, vol. 9, pp. 22-25, 2012.
Moneim, D. W. A., D. E. A. M. El-Shazly, and D. M. R. Abdullah, "Basic and structural principals for High-Rise Buildings", JOURNAL OF THE EGYPTIAN SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS, vol. 43, issue 2, pp. 33-45, 2004. basic_and_structural_principals_for_high-rise_buildings.pdfbasic_and_structural_principals_for_high-rise_buildings.pdf
EL-Din, E. S. Y., and A. I. Dakrory, "Basic anatomical and embryological description of early middle ear in Cattele egrett; Bubulicus ibis ", SYLWAN, vol. 159(4), issue 0039-7660, pp. 56-71, 2015.
Annaby, M.H., M. Z. S., "A basic analog of a theorem of Pólya", Mathematische Zeitschrift, vol. 258, no. 2, pp. 363-379, 2008. AbstractWebsite
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Annaby, M. H., and Z. S. Mansour, "A basic analog of a theorem of Pólya", Mathematische Zeitschrift, vol. 258, issue 2: Springer, pp. 363-379, 2008. Abstract
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Khalil, E. E., and A. A. AbdelWahab, "Basic 3-D Furnace Flow Regimes Modeling Features", Aerospace Sciences Meeting, AIAA -2009-0466, Reno, USA, January , 2009.
Gobashy, M., and A. M. Azeem, "Basement surface recognition from its magnetic anomaly using hybrid numerical algorithm", the Sixth international conference on the geology of the Arab world (Gaw-6), cairo University, 2002.
Zeinab Safar, Monuir Labib, A. G., "Baseline Study of the Impact of Lead Smelters in Egypt from 1988 to 2009", ,15th International Union of Air Pollution Prevention and Environmental Protection Associations' (IUAPPA) World Clean Air Congress, 2010. Abstract
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Safar, Z., M. W. Labib, and M. H. Khalil, "Baseline study of the impact of lead smelters and lead foundries in Egypt for 1998 to 2006", Proceedings of the Air and Waste Management Association's 100th Annual Conference and Exhibition, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, vol. 1, pp. 661–675, 2007. Abstract
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Mabrouk, M., R. Salama, and H. A. D. E. E. L. G. A. M. A. L. EL DIN, "Baseline predictors of sustained virological response to pegylated interferon and ribavirin in Egyptian patients infected with viral hepatitis C", The Medical Journal of Cairo University, vol. 81, no. 2, 2013. Abstract
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Mabrouk, M., R. Salama, and H. A. D. E. E. L. G. A. M. A. L. EL DIN, "Baseline predictors of sustained virological response to pegylated interferon and ribavirin in Egyptian patients infected with viral hepatitis C", The Medical Journal of Cairo University, vol. 81, no. 2, 2013. Abstract
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Rider, L. G., C. G. Parks, J. Wilkerson, A. I. Schiffenbauer, R. K. Kwok, P. Noroozi Farhadi, S. Nazir, R. Ritter, E. Sirotich, K. Kennedy, et al., "Baseline Factors Associated with Self-reported Disease Flares Following COVID-19 Vaccination among Adults with Systemic Rheumatic Disease: Results from the COVID-19 Global Rheumatology Alliance Vaccine Survey.", Rheumatology (Oxford, England), 2022. Abstract

OBJECTIVE: To examine the frequency of, and risk factors for, disease flare following COVID-19 vaccination in patients with systemic rheumatic disease (SRD).

METHODS: An international study was conducted from April 2 to August 16, 2021, using an online survey of 5619 adults with SRD for adverse events following COVID-19 vaccination, including flares of disease requiring a change in treatment. We examined risk factors identified a priori based on published associations with SRD activity and SARS-CoV-2 severity, including demographics, SRD type, comorbidities, vaccine type, cessation of immunosuppressive medications around vaccination, and history of reactions to non-COVID-19 vaccines, using multivariable logistic regression.

RESULTS: Flares requiring a change in treatment following COVID-19 vaccination were reported by 4.9% of patients. Compared with rheumatoid arthritis, certain SRD, including systemic lupus erythematosus (OR 1.51, 95%CI 1.03, 2.20), psoriatic arthritis (OR 1.95, 95%CI 1.20, 3.18), and polymyalgia rheumatica (OR 1.94, 95%CI 1.08, 2.48) were associated with higher odds of flare, while idiopathic inflammatory myopathies were associated with lower odds for flare (OR 0.54, 95%CI 0.31-0.96). The Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine was associated with higher odds of flare relative to the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine (OR 1.44, 95%CI 1.07, 1.95), as were a prior reaction to a non-COVID-19 vaccine (OR 2.50, 95%CI 1.76, 3.54) and female sex (OR 2.71, 95%CI 1.55, 4.72).

CONCLUSION: SRD flares requiring changes in treatment following COVID-19 vaccination were uncommon in this large international study. Several potential risk factors, as well as differences by disease type, warrant further examination in prospective cohorts.

Fahim, M. M., M. A. Mostafa, O. - H. M. El-Banna, A. A. Hilal, and S. A. Elmorssy, "Basel stem rot disease affecting pothos and schefflera plants in Egypt.", J. Appl. Sci., vol. 15, pp. 1-19, 2000. Abstract
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Fahim, M. M., M. A. Mostafa, O. H. M. El-Banna, A. A. Hilal, and S. A. Elmorssy, "Basel stem rot disease affecting pothos and schefflera plants in Egypt. ", . J. Appl. Sci., vol. 15, pp. 1-19, 2000.
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