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Sherif, H., A. Saraste, F. Bengel, and M. Schwaiger, "Cardiac Neurotransmission Imaging: Positron Emission Tomography", Clinical Nuclear Cardiology: State of the Art and Future Directions: Mosby Elsevier publishing, 4th edition, 2010.
Ayeldeen, H., O. Hegazy, and A. E. Hassanien, "Case Selection Strategy Based on K-Means Clustering", Information Systems Design and Intelligent Applications: Springer, pp. 385–394, 2015. Abstract
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Ayeldeen, H., O. Hegazy, and A. E. Hassanien, "Case selection strategy based on K-means clustering", Information Systems Design and Intelligent Applications: Springer India, pp. 385–394, 2015. Abstract
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Asem, N., "Case Study: Research Ethics Committee at Cairo University, Egypt", Research Ethics in the Arab Region: Springer, 2017. 10.1007_978-3-319-65266-5_30.pdf
Ayeldeen, H., O. Shaker, O. Hegazy, and A. E. Hassanien, "Case-Based Reasoning: A Knowledge Extraction Tool to Use", Information Systems Design and Intelligent Applications: Springer, pp. 369–378, 2015. Abstract
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Ayeldeen, H., O. Shaker, O. Hegazy, and A. E. Hassanien, "Case-Based Reasoning: A Knowledge Extraction Tool to Use", Information systems design and intelligent applications: Springer India, pp. 369–378, 2015. Abstract
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Awad, A. I., A. E. Hassanien, and H. M. Zawbaa, "A cattle identification approach using live captured muzzle print images", Advances in Security of Information and Communication Networks: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 143–152, 2013. Abstract
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Abou-Ghazi, E., "Censorship in Egypt: A historical Overview", Can Freedom Be Unlimited? Examples of Censorship in Middle Eastern Societies in the 19th and 20th Centuries, Berlin, EB-Verlag, 2017. beitrag_abou_ghazi_bas_15_korr.pdf
Assem, A., S. El-Haddad, and E. I. Mahallawi, "Centrifugal Casting of Al–Si Scrap", Light Metals, London, Springer, Cham , 2017.
Amin, D., "Challenging the Master: Resisting Male-Virtues of the Goddess Isis", African Theatre: Women, Oxford, James Currey Ltd, 2002.
Sayed, W. S., A. G. Radwan, and H. A. H. Fahmy, "Chaos and Bifurcation in Controllable Jerk-Based Self-Excited Attractors", Nonlinear Dynamical Systems with Self-Excited and Hidden Attractors: Springer, Cham, pp. 45–70, 2018. Abstract
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Sayed, W. S., A. G. Radwan, and H. A. H. Fahmy, "Chaos and Bifurcation in Controllable Jerk-Based Self-Excited Attractors", Nonlinear Dynamical Systems with Self-Excited and Hidden Attractors: Springer, Cham, pp. 45-70, 2018. Abstract
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Sayed, W. S., A. G. Radwan, and S. K. Abd-El-Hafiz, "Chaotic Properties of Various Types of Hidden Attractors in Integer and Fractional Order Domains", Mathematical Techniques of Fractional Order Systems, pp. 503-528, 2018. Abstract
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Sayed, W. S., A. G. Radwan, and S. K. Abd-El-Hafiz, "Chaotic Properties of Various Types of Hidden Attractors in Integer and Fractional-Order Domains", Linear and Nonlinear Fractional Order Systems: Analysis and Applications, Netherlands, Elsevier, 2018.
Abdel-Rafaa, E., "Chapter 01 - Respiratory Physiology", Role of pulmonary function tests in disability evaluation of different chest diseases, Cairo, Cairo University Press, 2010.
Moussa, T. A. A., and N. M. Khalil, "Chapter 10 - Extremozymes from extremophilic microorganisms as sources of bioremediation", Microbial Extremozymes: Academic Press, pp. 135 - 146, 2022. Abstract

Extremophiles are a group of organisms growing in a wide range of extreme environmental conditions. The extremophilic microorganisms are diverse and are classified into psychrophiles (− 2°C to 20°C), thermophiles (55–121°C), piezophiles (> 500atm), halophiles (2–5M NaCl or KCl), metallophiles (high concentrations of metals, e.g., copper, zinc, lead, cadmium, and arsenic), alkaliphiles (pH>8), and acidophiles (pH<4) according to the extreme environmental conditions in which they grow and can tolerate. The aims of this chapter are to characterize the extremophilic microorganisms and their physiological and molecular efficiencies in bioremediation processes. Interestingly, the remarkable adaptative abilities of extremophilic microorganisms make them an attractive source of biocatalysts for bioremediation. Bioremediation is an important technology for the cleanup of environmental contaminants. Further attention has also been directed to isolation, identification, and characterization of biocatalysts from extremophilic microorganisms, most of them enzymes named extremozymes, which are well adapted to be active also at extreme conditions. Extremozymes are expected to fill the gap between biological and chemical industrial processes because of the remarkable properties of these enzymes. Even though more than 3000 different enzymes have been identified till now, and many of these were used in industrial and biotechnological applications, the enzyme toolbox at the present is still not enough to present demands. A major cause for this is the fact that many available enzymes do not withstand industrial reaction conditions.

Al-Surhanee, A. A., M. H. Soliman, and S. A. Ouf, "Chapter 10 - The role of soil microbes in the plant adaptation to stresses: current scenario and future perspective", Frontiers in Plant-Soil Interaction: Academic Press, pp. 237-258, 2021. Abstract

Environmental stresses hamper the growth and development of plants drastically, limiting their yield to considerable extent. Stresses alter normal metabolism and induce generation of toxic effects which ultimately downregulate growth and productivity. Environmental stresses hamper photosynthesis, mineral uptake and assimilation, and damage major cellular structures and their functioning. Soil microbes include a range of organisms that establish association with the plants and among the beneficial and more explored ones are arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) and plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR). Both AMF and PGPR are believed to enhance plant growth by mediating several benefits to hosts. Mineral solubilization and availability, water content maintenance, modulation of root morphology and physiology, regulation of enzyme activity and sequestration of toxic ions, metals etc. are some of the key functions attributed to these beneficial microbes. The positive role of these microbes have been confirmed through molecular studies also. Their involvement in strengthening the tolerance mechanisms through upregulation of the antioxidant defense pathway, increased osmolyte accumulation, etc. have been well established. This chapter discusses the role of beneficial microbes, mainly AMF and PGPR, in improving the stress tolerance in plants focusing the relevant reports.

N.Houreld, N., and A. El-Hussein, "Chapter 11 - Photodynamic therapy-based tuberculosis treatment Author links open overlay panel", A Mechanistic Approach to Medicines for Tuberculosis Nanotherapy: Elsevier, 2021.
El-Mahallawi, I., W. Khalifa, M. El-Saady, and M. R. El-Koussy, "Chapter 15 - Welding-associated failures in power boilers", Handbook of Materials Failure Analysis with Case Studies from the Chemicals, Concrete and Power Industries: Elsevier, 2016.
A Sayed, M El-Shimy, E. - M. E. M. M., "Chapter 15: Holistic Reliability Evaluation of Various Solar-PV and Wind energy conversion Systems", Sustainable Energy Technologies and Systems: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2019.
Ragab, G., "Chapter 15: Vasculitic manifestations in the gastrointestinal tract", Vasculitis: Oxford University Press, pp. 181-198, 2008. Abstract
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Elsayed, M., and A. E. - F. Abomohra, "Chapter 17 - Sequential algal biofuel production through whole biomass conversion", Handbook of Algal Biofuels: Elsevier , 2021.