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A.M.Elmahdy, S.E.El-Mofty, M. A. Abdel-Khalek, N.A.Abdel-Khalek, and A.A.El-Midany, "Bacterially Induced phosphate–dolomite separation using amphoteric collector", Separation and Purification Technology, vol. 102, pp. 94-102, 2013.
El-Aleam, R. A. H., R. F. George, H. H. Georgey, and H. M. Abdel-Rahman, "Bacterial virulence factors: a target for heterocyclic compounds to combat bacterial resistance", RSC Advances, vol. 11, pp. 36459–36482, 2021.
and Shabeena Khatoon, A. A. S. Z. M., "Bacterial Vaccine: Potential and Safety Concerns. ", EC Microbiology 3.2 (2016) April: 438-439., 2016.
Eldin, A. S. M., P. Kysl{\'ık, D. Stephan, and M. A. Abdallah, "Bacterial iron transport: structure elucidation by FAB-MS and by 2D NMR (1 H, 13 C, 15 N) of pyoverdin G4R, a peptidic siderophore produced by a nitrogen-fixing strain of Pseudomonas putida", Tetrahedron, vol. 53, no. 37: Elsevier, pp. 12539–12552, 1997. Abstract
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Atkinson, A. R., A. M. Salaheldin, B. Kieffer, J. - F. Lefèvre, and M. A. Abdallah, "Bacterial iron transport: 1H NMR determination of the three-dimensional structure of the gallium complex of pyoverdin G4R, the peptidic siderophore of Pseudomonas putida G4R", Biochemistry, vol. 37, no. 45: ACS Publications, pp. 15965–15973, 1998. Abstract
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M. Moustafa, Laila. A. Mohamed, M. A. Mahmoud, and E. -gendyM. Y. W.S. Soliman, "Bacterial Infections Affecting Marine Fishes in Egypt", Journal of American Science , vol. 6, no.11, pp. 603-612, 2010. Abstract

Some fish species are suffering from continuous depletion due to devastating environmental changes at their native aquatic environment. Qarun Lake and Suez Gulf are among the most vulnerable areas. Thus, representative fish samples from those areas were inspected for the presence of any fish pathogenic bacteria. The inspected samples included six different species; Epinephelus tuvina, Siganus rivulatus, and Dedlechilus labiosus native to Suez Gulf at Suez governorate; Tilapia zilli, Mugil capito and Solea vulgaris native to Qarun Lake at El- Fayoum governorate. A total of 600 samples were examined throughout the different year seasons. Gram positive and negative fish pathogenic bacteria were isolated from a total of 245 fish sample. Among those samples, the following bacteria were retrieved in the following percentages respectively, 17.55% (V. anguillarum), 16.73% (V. alginolyticus), 15.51% (P. piscicida), 15.91% (Ps. fluorescens), 13.46% (S. fecalis), 11.02% (A. hydrophila), 6.12% (A. sobria) and 3.67% were infected with Staph. aureus. The Siganus rivulatus was the highest infected fish species with a prevalence of 8.33%, while Mugil capito was the lowest infected species (5.67 %). The highest total prevalence of bacterial infection was recorded in summer season (40.81%) while the lowest was recorded in winter (15.91%). The aforementioned bacterial isolates were successfully re-isolated from experimentally infected fish. The retrieved isolates were matched against standard isolates as well as confirmed to be positive using semi- automated (API 20 E) and conventional biochemical tests.

Moustafa, M., M. A. Laila, M. A. Mahmoud, and -gendyM. E. Y. W. S. Soliman, "Bacterial Infections Affecting Marine Fishes in Egypt", Journal of American Science , , , vol. vol. 6, no.11, pp. 603-612, 2010. Abstract

Some fish species are suffering from continuous depletion due to devastating environmental changes at their native aquatic environment. Qarun Lake and Suez Gulf are among the most vulnerable areas. Thus, representative fish samples from those areas were inspected for the presence of any fish pathogenic bacteria. The inspected samples included six different species; Epinephelus tuvina, Siganus rivulatus, and Dedlechilus labiosus native to Suez Gulf at Suez governorate; Tilapia zilli, Mugil capito and Solea vulgaris native to Qarun Lake at El- Fayoum governorate. A total of 600 samples were examined throughout the different year seasons. Gram positive and negative fish pathogenic bacteria were isolated from a total of 245 fish sample. Among those samples, the following bacteria were retrieved in the following percentages respectively, 17.55% (V. anguillarum), 16.73% (V. alginolyticus), 15.51% (P. piscicida), 15.91% (Ps. fluorescens), 13.46% (S. fecalis), 11.02% (A. hydrophila), 6.12% (A. sobria) and 3.67% were infected with Staph. aureus. The Siganus rivulatus was the highest infected fish species with a prevalence of 8.33%, while Mugil capito was the lowest infected species (5.67 %). The highest total prevalence of bacterial infection was recorded in summer season (40.81%) while the lowest was recorded in winter (15.91%). The aforementioned bacterial isolates were successfully re-isolated from experimentally infected fish. The retrieved isolates were matched against standard isolates as well as confirmed to be positive using semi- automated (API 20 E) and conventional biochemical tests.

Moustafa, M., AM Laila, A. M. Mahmoud, WS Soliman, and M. Y. El-Gendy, "Bacterial Infections Affecting Marine Fishes in Egypt", Journal of American Science, vol. 6, issue 11, pp. 603-612, 2010. bacterial_infections_affecting_marine_fishes_in_egypt.pdf
Korani, W. M., H. T. Dorrah, and H. M. Emara, "Bacterial foraging oriented by particle swarm optimization strategy for PID tuning", 2009 IEEE International Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Robotics and Automation-(CIRA): IEEE, pp. 445–450, 2009. Abstract
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de Gonzalo, G., "Bacterial enzymes involved in lignin degradation", Journal of Biotechnology, vol. 236: Elsevier, pp. 110–119, 2016. Abstract
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de Gonzalo, G., D. I. Colpa, M. H. M. Habib, and M. W. Fraaije, "Bacterial enzymes involved in lignin degradation", Journal of Biotechnology, vol. 236: Elsevier, pp. 110-119, 2016. Abstract
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Sallam, A. M., E. M. Hriri, and J. K. A. H. Eljakee, "Bacterial diversity and distribution in Soft Corals and Sponges in the Red Sea. ", Egyptian Journal of Aquatic Biology & Fisheries , vol. 23, issue 1, pp. 299 -304, 2019.
Abdou, N. - E. M. I., and M. Y. Abdou, "Bacterial Conjunctivitis in Cattle and Antibiotic Sensitivity of the Isolates", Research Journal of Animal and Veterinary Sciences, vol. 5, pp. 38-42, 2010. bacterial_conjunctivitis_2010.pdf
Fayez, M., "Bacterial composition and N2‐fixation of some Egyptian soils cultivated with wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)", Zeitschrift für Pflanzenernährung und Bodenkunde, vol. 152, issue 4, pp. 385 - 389, 1989. AbstractWebsite

The composition of the microflora, N2‐fixing bacteria particularly, in different soils cultivated with wheat in Egypt was investigated in some samples collected from the fields after applying the agricultural practices recommended for wheat cultivation and just before sowing. The influence of carbon sources, mineral nitrogen and water regimes on potential dinitrogen fixation (acetylene reduction assay) in soils was investigated. The bacterial population densities including‐N2‐fixing organisms were related to a number of environmental factors such as organic matter content. Among diazotrophs, Azotobacter spp. and Azospirillum spp. were encountered in higher densities in comparison with clostridia. Unamended soils showed a lower acetylene‐reducing activity (0.5–61.5 nmoles C2H4 g−1 h−1). Addition of glucose (1% w/w) greatly enhanced such activity being the highest (86.9–2846.5 nmoles C2H4 g−1 h−1) in the clay soil with the highest organic carbon content (1.42%). Glucose amendment had no significant influence on acetylene reduction in the saline soil. N2‐fixation in barley straw‐amended (1%) soils was not much higher than in unamended soils. Concentrations of up to 70 ppm ammonium‐nitrogen depressed N2‐fixation in soils that received barley straw. Acetylene reduction in submerged soil increased after addition of cellulose. Non‐flooded conditions favoured N2‐fixation in the fertile clay soil amended with sucrose. Copyright © 1989 WILEY‐VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim

Sayed, M. A., and K. F. Y. El-Yasergy, "Bacterial chitinase as a biocontrol agent of phytopathogenic fungi", Egypt. J. Biotechnol, vol. 50:, pp. 135-143. , 2015.
Yazeed, H. A. E., M. Elhariri, E. Saleh, M. A. Afifi, A. Samir, and M. Refai, "Bacterial Causes of Embryonic Death in Ostrich Egg", International Journal of Research Studies in Biosciences (IJRSB) , vol. 3, issue 8, pp. 46-52, 2015. engi_published_paper.pdf
Amer, M. M., and W. A. F. A. A. A. B. D. A. EL-GAHNY, "BACTERIAL CAUSES OF DECREASE IN PERFORMANCE OF BREEDER CHICKENS FLOCKS.", Beni-Suef Veterinary Medical Journal, , vol. 16, issue 1, pp. 61-69., 2006. bacterial_causes_of_decrease_in_performance.pdf
, A. M. M., "Bacterial Causes of Arthritis in Pigeons", International Journal of Zoology and Animal Biology, vol. 4, issue 1, 2021. bacterial-causes-of-arthritis-in-pigeons.pdf
Refai, M., "Bacterial and mycotic diseases of camels in Egypt. ", Proc. 1st int. Camel Conf., Dubai, United Arab Emerat, vol. 1, pp. 59-64 , 1992. bacterial_and_mycotic_diseases_of_camels.pdf
Refai, M., "Bacterial and fungal diseases of buffaloes in Egypt.", J. Egypt. Vet. Med. Ass. , vol. 50, , pp. 427-447, 1990. bacterial_and_fungal_diseasis_in_buffaloes.pdf
H, A. - A., W. W, Scherner O, E. T, and K. MT., "Bacteria-Derived Compatible Solutes Ectoine and 5α-Hydroxyectoine Act as Intestinal Barrier Stabilizers to Ameliorate Experimental Inflammatory Bowel Disease.", J Nat Prod. 2015, vol. 78, issue 6, pp. 1309-15., 2015.
Abdel-Aziz, H., W. Wadie, O. Scherner, T. Efferth, and M. T. Khayyal, "Bacteria-Derived Compatible Solutes Ectoine and 5α-Hydroxyectoine Act as Intestinal Barrier Stabilizers to Ameliorate Experimental Inflammatory Bowel Disease.", Journal of natural products, vol. 78, issue 6, pp. 1309-15, 2015 Jun 26. Abstract

Earlier studies showed that the compatible solute ectoine (1) given prophylactically before induction of colitis by 2,4,6-trinitrobenzenesulfonic acid (TNBS) in rats prevented histological changes induced in the colon and the associated rise in inflammatory mediators. This study was therefore conducted to investigate whether ectoine (1) and its 5α-hydroxy derivative (2) would also be effective in treating an already established condition. Two days after inducing colitis in rats by instilling TNBS/alcohol in the colon, animals were treated orally once daily for 1 week with either 1 or 2 (50, 100, 300 mg/kg). Twenty-four hours after the last drug administration rats were sacrificed. Ulcerative lesions and colon mass indices were reduced by 1 and 2 in a bell-shaped manner. Best results were obtained with 100 mg/kg ectoine (1) and 50 mg/kg 5α-hydroxyectoine (2). The solutes normalized the rise in myeloperoxidase, TNFα, and IL-1β induced by TNBS but did not affect levels of reduced glutathione or ICAM-1, while reducing the level of fecal calprotectin, an established marker for inflammatory bowel disease. The findings indicate that the naturally occurring compatible solutes ectoine (1) and 5α-hydroxyectoine (2) possess an optimum concentration that affords maximal intestinal barrier stabilization and could therefore prove useful for better management of human inflammatory bowel disease.

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