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Arinat, M., A. Shiyyab, and R. Abd-Allah, "Byzantine glass Mosaics excavated from The "Cross Church", Jerash/ Jordan: an Archaeometrical Investigation", Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry, vol. 14, issue 2, pp. 43-53, 2014. glass_mosaic_-maa_14-2.pdf
Menaissy, Y., "Bypass Of The Superior Vena Cava With Spiral Saphenous Vein Graft : Operative Results And Long Term Follow Up", Society of Thoracic Surgery 53rd Annual Meeting , Houston, Texas, USA, 23 January, 2017.
Mabrouk, W. M., "BVW As An Indicator for Hydrocarbon and Reservoir Homogeneity ", Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, vol. 49, issue 1-2, pp. 57-62, 2005.
Nassar, M. I., Buy Ultrastructure and bioactivity of Ipomrea carnea extract , , Germany, LAP-Lambert Publisher, 2015.
Tantawy, M. A., S. Alweshahy, D. A. Elshabasy, and N. F. Youssef, Butyl-based reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography and silica normal-phase high-performance thin-layer chromatography methods for the determination of palonosetron in the presence of degradation products and dosage form additives, , vol. 33, issue 2, pp. 149 - 160, 2020. AbstractWebsite

Stability-indicating reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography (RP-HPLC) and normal-phase high-performance thin-layer chromatography (NP-HPTLC) methods have been developed for the determination of palonosetron which is a potent antiemetic drug used with chemotherapy. Forced degradation studies were performed on palonosetron to study its stability behavior. The drug was subjected to acid, base, neutral hydrolysis, oxidation, thermal and photolytic conditions. Mass analysis has been performed to elucidate the oxidative degradants by Advion compact mass spectrometer. HPLC separation was achieved on PerfectChrom 100 C4 (250 × 4.6 mm, 5 μm particle size) column using buffer (20 mM dipotassium hydrogen orthophosphate, adjusted with phosphoric acid to pH 2.5):acetonitrile:methanol (60:30:10, v/v) as the mobile phase with isocratic mode at a flow rate of 1 mL/min using photodiode array detector (PAD) at 210 nm. The method showed adequate sensitivity concerning linearity, accuracy and precision over the range of 0.1–10 μg/mL. Limit of detection (LOD) and limit of quantification (LOQ) were determined to be 0.03 μg/mL and 0.09 μg/mL, respectively. HPTLC separation was carried out on aluminum plates pre-coated with silica gel 60 F254 using methanol:ammonia (10:0.5, v/v) as the mobile phase. CAMAG scanner was operated at 254 nm for the densitometric measurement in the absorbance mode. A polynomial relationship was constructed in concentration range of 0.1–2 μg/band, with LOD and LOQ 0.02 μg/band and 0.06 μg/band, respectively. The cited chromatographic methods were successfully applied to the determination of palonosetron in the presence of its degradation products and additives in the commercially available vials. Method validation was performed as per the ICH guidelines confirming methods robustness to be used in quality control laboratories. Statistical comparisons have been performed between the results of the cited chromatographic methods and those of the official one using Student’s t test and F test values at 95% confidence interval level, revealing good accuracy and precision.

Soltana, A., A. G. Radwanb, and A. M. Solimand, "Butterworth Passive Filter in the Fractional-Order", International Conference on Microelectronics (ICM), Hammamet, 19-22 Dec, 2011. Abstract

In this paper, the generalized analysis of the first Butterworth filter based on two passive elements is introduced in the fractional-order sense. The fractional-order condition of the Butterworth circuit is presented for the first time where it will lead us back to the known condition of the integer-order circuit when the two fractional-orders equal one. Therefore, the conventional behavior of the integer-order circuit is a narrow subset of the fractional-order ones. The circuit is studied under same and different order cases, and verified through their numerical simulations. Stability analysis is also introduced showing the poles location in the fractional-order versus integer order cases.

Soltana, A., A. G. Radwanb, and A. M. Solimand, "Butterworth Passive Filter in the Fractional-Order", Microelectronics (ICM), 2011 International Conference, 2011. Abstract
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Soltan, A., A. G. Radwan, and A. M. Soliman, "Butterworth passive filter in the fractional-order", ICM 2011, 20 December, 2011. butterworth_filter.pdf
Soltana, A., A. G. Radwanb, and A. M. Solimand, "Butterworth Passive Filter in the Fractional-Order", Microelectronics (ICM), 2011 International Conference, 2011. Abstract
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zalat, S., and F. Gilbert, Butterflies of Egypt, , Cairo , EEAA, UNDP, BioMap, 2007.
Kilov, H., Business {Specification}, : Prentice Hall PTR, 1999. Abstract
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Ferlie, E., G. Currie, J. Davies, and N. Ramadan, "Business Schools Inside the Academy: What are the Prospects for Interdepartmental Research Collaboration? In Andrew Pettigrew, Eric Cornuel and Ulrich Hommel (eds). The Institutional Development of Business Schools. ", The Institutional Development of Business Schools. , Oxford, Oxford University Press., 2014.
Fahmy, A. A., E. L. K. H., and H. M. Abdelsalam, "Business Process Mapping for e-Local Governance Projects in Egypt", Local Governance and ICTs in Africa: Case Studies and Guidelines for Implementation and Evaluation, Oxford, UK, Pambazuka Press, 2011. Abstract

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-, A. R., M. Kunze, A. Awad, and M. Weske, "Business Process Configuration Wizard and Consistency Checker for {BPMN} 2.0", Enterprise, Business-Process and Information Systems Modeling - 12th International Conference, {BPMDS} 2011, and 16th International Conference, {EMMSAD} 2011, held at CAiSE 2011, London, UK, June 20-21, 2011. Proceedings, pp. 231–245, 2011. Abstract
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Schumm, D., O. Turetken, N. Kokash, A. Elgammal, F. Leymann, and W. van den Heuvel, Business Process Compliance through Reusable Units of Compliant Processes, : LNCS, 2010. Abstract
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Elgammal, A., S. Sebahi, O. Turetken, M. Papazoglou, M. S. Hacid, and W. van den Heuvel, Business Process Compliance Management: An Integrated Proactive Approach, : IBIMA Publishing, pp. 764-781, 2014. Abstract
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Sakr, S., Z. Maamar, A. Awad, B. Benatallah, and W. M. P. van der Aalst, "Business Process Analytics and Big Data Systems: {A} Roadmap to Bridge the Gap", {IEEE} Access, vol. 6, pp. 77308–77320, 2018. AbstractWebsite
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Chams-El-Dine, C., "Business Elites in Iraq: Between Economic Liberalization and Political Deadlock", Singapore Middle East Papers, vol. Fall , issue 3, pp. 23-34, 2012. Abstract

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Hassan, L. K. A., T. Rahim, and K. Shaalan, "Business Continuity Perspective: A Study of IT Enabled Services", International Journal of Computer Applications, vol. 142, issue 4, pp. 20-26, 2016. Abstracthassan-2016-ijca-909749.pdfWebsite

The increasing trends of technological immersion into the businesses lead towards many form of indecisions. The business world required certain planning to overcome the problems and recovery from many disasters accommodating to Information Technology. Businesses required running their tasks with the inclusion of the knowledge and IT within the organization. The respective report is concerned to approach the Information Technology meditation to examine the business continuity in the certain IT disasters. A mixed methodology approach for collection of the data is used in the study in which quantitative and qualitative methods are considered. The outcomes of the study will assist the IT-enabled organization to plan their business activities to abide the misery from disasters.

Abdullah, A., "Busbar protection using a wavelet based ANN", 2017 IEEE Texas Power and Energy Conference (TPEC): IEEE, pp. 1–5, 2017. Abstract
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MASHALY, M. A. G. D. I. M., "Bursectomy and its influence on circulating corticosterone, triiodothyronine, and thyroxine in immature male chickens", Poultry science, vol. 63, issue 4: Poultry Science Association, pp. 798-800, 1984. Abstract
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EL-FAR, A. H. M. E. D. A., M. A. G. D. I. M. MASHALY, and G. A. M. A. L. A. KAMAR, "Bursectomy and in vitro response of adrenal gland to adrenocorticotropic hormone and testis to human chorionic gonadotropin in immature male chickens", Poultry science, vol. 73, issue 1: Poultry Science Association, pp. 113-117, 1994. Abstract
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Abusanad, A., A. Bensalem, E. Shash, L. Mula-Hussain, Z. Benbrahim, S. Khatib, N. Abdelhafiz, J. Ansari, H. Jradi, K. Alkattan, et al., "Burnout in oncology: Magnitude, risk factors and screening among professionals from Middle East and North Africa (BOMENA study).", Psycho-oncology, 2021. Abstract

BACKGROUND: Burnout (BO) among oncology professionals (OP) is increasingly being recognized. Early recognition and intervention can positively affect the quality of care and patient safety. This study investigated the prevalence, work and lifestyle factors affecting BO among OPs in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).

METHODS: An online survey was conducted among MENA OPs between 10 February and 15 March 2020, using the validated Maslach Burnout Inventory of emotional exhaustion (EE), depersonalization (DP) and personal accomplishment (PA), including questions regarding demography/work-related factors and attitudes towards oncology. Data were analysed to measure BO prevalence and risk factors and explore a screening question for BO.

RESULTS: Of 1054 respondents, 1017 participants (64% medical oncologists, 77% aged less than 45 years, 55% female, 74% married, 67% with children and 40% practiced a hobby) were eligible. The BO prevalence was 68% with high levels of EE and DP (35% and 57% of participants, respectively) and low PA scores (49%). BO was significantly associated with age less than 44 years, administrative work greater than 25% per day and the thought of quitting oncology (TQ). Practising a hobby, enjoying oncology communication and appreciating oncology work-life balance were associated with a reduced BO score and prevalence. North African countries reported the highest BO prevalence. Lack of BO education/support was identified among 72% of participants and TQ-predicted burnout in 77%.

CONCLUSIONS: This is the largest BO study in MENA. The BO prevalence was high and several modifiable risk factors were identified, requiring urgent action. TQ is a simple and reliable screening tool for BO.