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Sayed, A. M. E., "Chapter 18-Biochemical and pharmacotherapeutic potentials of lycopene in drug discovery ", Preparation of Phytopharmaceuticals for the mangement of disorders the development of nutraceuticals and traditional medicine: ElSeveir , 2021.
Mahrous, E. A., and M. M. Nooh, "Chapter 19 - Bauhinia vahlii and antioxidant potential in diabetes", Diabetes (Second Edition): Academic Press, pp. 195 - 202, 2020. Abstract

Powerful antioxidants can delay progression of diabetes and protect vital organs for tissue damage caused by high concentration of free radicals and reactive oxygen species generated by a sustained state of hyperglycemia. Preliminary studies point to the positive effect of the alcoholic extract of Bauhinia vahlii leaves, a plant traditionally used for treatment of diabetes, in controlling oxidative stress associated with diabetes. Evidence indicates that B. vahlii exerts its effect through moderate antihyperglycemic effect and strong antioxidant activity. B. vahlii extract when given to diabetic Wister rats for 4 weeks was able to reduce fasting blood glucose and glycated hemoglobin by up to 43% and 37%, respectively, indicating moderate antihyperglycemic effect, which may be mediated by strong inhibition of α-glucosidase enzyme (IC50=30.7µg/mL). On the other hand, the antioxidant activity of B. vahlii allowed a full restoration of serum total antioxidant capacity, hepatic malonyldialdehyde, and reduced glutathione to their basal levels in normal nondiabetic animals after treatment with a daily dose of 300mg/kg b.w. Moreover, normal histological features and liver functions were observed in diabetic animals receiving the same dose of B. vahlii extract but not with the standard antidiabetic metformin.

A Sayed, M El-Shimy, E. - M. E. M. M., "Chapter 1: Overview for Practical Layouts of Solar-PV and Wind Energy Conversion Systems", Sustainable Energy Technologies and Systems: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2019.
Eissa, M. M., D. G. Ashour, and S. Ahmed, "Chapter 3 - Nanotechnology strategies in caries therapy and management", Nanotechnology in Conservative Dentistry: Woodhead Publishing, pp. 49-81, 2021. Abstract


Ghaleb, A. F., and S. Abdelsattar, "Chapter 3. Egypt: Mathematics Education in Egypt", Mathematics and its Teaching in the Muslim World, New Jersey, London, Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong,Tokyo, World Scientific, 2020.
G.Esmat, and N. Zayed, "Chapter 35-Parasitic Liver Disease", Zakim and Boyer's hepatology: a textbook of liver disease. 6th editionIn: Boyer TD, Manns MP, Sanyal AJ, editors. , Philadelphia, PA: Saunders/Elsevier, Saunders/Elsevier, 2011.
Eissa, M. M., D. G. Ashour, and S. Ahmed, "Chapter 4 - Nanotechnology in non-cavitated lesions and tooth hypersensitivity", Nanotechnology in Conservative Dentistry: Woodhead Publishing, pp. 83-103, 2021. Abstract

Noncavitated caries lesion is a demineralized lesion without evidence of cavitation. As the lesion progresses, the outer surface, which is in contact with plaque and is protected by the salivary pellicle, is exposed to cycles of demineralization and remineralization, and it regains some minerals (including fluoride) and becomes less prone to further demineralization. At this stage, the demineralization process can be reversed or arrested via remineralization products. Moreover, tooth sensitivity should only be used when the patient describes a significant increase in their dentine sensitivity, that is, hypersensitive dentine is supersensitive with respect to the patient’s previous experience. Nanotechnologies have favored our understanding of dental tissues at the nanoscale. This allows for understanding the genesis of tooth complex tissue which probes the structure of the protein and mineral components of the developing enamel matrix at the nano level, to replicate this process as biomimetic remineralizations and regeneration.

Eissa, M. M., D. G. Ashour, and S. Ahmed, "Chapter 6 - Enamel synthesis", Nanotechnology in Conservative Dentistry: Woodhead Publishing, pp. 125-137, 2021. Abstract

The established way to treat initial carious lesions and submicrometer erosive is the application of remineralizing agents. Oral healthcare products containing fluoride or casein phosphopeptide–amorphous calcium phosphate are effective in remineralizing enamel but none of these commercially available products have the potential to promote the formation of organized apatite crystals. The conventional treatments for deep enamel cavities involve mechanical drilling and subsequent filling with artificial materials such as amalgam, ceramic, or composite resins. However, even after those treatments, secondary caries often arises at the interface between the original enamel and the filling materials due to weakening adhesion over time. As a result, a synthetic enamel-like material with a robust adhesion to the enamel is an attractive target for future biomimetic and therapeutic approaches.

Bortolato, M., A. Aboulmagd, A. Padovan, and D. D. Col, "Chapter 63: Solar Thermal Collectors with Low and High Concentration", Renewable Energy in the Service of Mankind Vol II, Switzerland, Springer International Publishing , 2016. abstract_chapter_63978-3-319-18214-8.pdf
Kana, M. A. T. H., N. A. Negm, D. A. Ismail, and S. A. Moustafa, "Chapter 7: Adhesion of Bacteria to Solid Surfaces", Surfactants in Tribology volume 6, London, NEW YORK, CRC press, 2019. surfactants and tribology_of_vol._6.pdf
Eissa, S. S., N. M. El-Bolkainy, and M. S. Eissa, "Chapter 7: Schistosomasis and Bladder Cancer", Schistosomasis InTech Open access, Rijeka, InTech Europe, 2011. AbstractCU-PDF

Schistosomiasis also known as bilharziasis is a parasitic disease that dates back to antiquity. The ancient Egyptians, through settling and cultivating the Nile valley, were among the first to contract the disease. Thus, the main symptom hematuria was mentioned in Egyptian papyri (1500-1800 B.C.), and schistosome eggs were identified in Egyptian mummies through paleopathologic studies. In 1852, Theodor Bilharz, a German pathologist working in Cairo, discovered the worms in the portal circulation and was the first to describe the Pathology of the disease. Ferguson in 1911 was the first to report on the high frequency of bladder cancer in Egypt and to suggest an etiologic relation with urinary Schistosomiasis, a fact which is now generally accepted (Bolkainy & Chu 1981a). The aim of this article is to review the pathobiology of Schistosoma associated bladder cancer (SACB), describe the relationship between Schistiosomiasis and bladder cancer with respect to the mechanisms of carcinogenesis with emphasis on special features of SABC and recent methods of early detection.

Heakal, F. E. - T., and A. E. Elkholy, "Chapter 9, Smart coatings on magnesium alloys in transportation industries", Advances in Smart Coatings and Thin Films for Future Industrial and Biomedical Engineering Applications, Netherlands; United Kingdom; United States, Elsevier, 2019.
R.Mohamed, R., "Chapter: Photostabilization of Polymers - Editors: Sanjay Palsule. ISBN: 978-3-642-37179-0 (Online)", Springer Reference Live; Polymers and Polymeric Composites: A Reference Series. , Germany, Springer, 2015. chapter_of_photodegradation.pdf
Surour, A. A., and A. M. M. Moufti, "Characterization of garnet and its use in tracing the metamorphic evolution of three selected calc-silicate and skarn deposits, Saudi Arabia", Hanna Schweitzer and Joachim Metzger (Editors), “Garnet: metamorphic history, composition and crystallization” (pp.91-136), New York, Nova Science Publishers, Inc. (USA), 2012. skarn_in_ksa_book_chapter_2012.pdf
, "Characterization of Imitated Marble Used in Historical Buildings in Cairo-Egypt", Egypt.Annales islamologiques,46.2012: BIFAO, 2012.
Mahmoud, H. M., "Characterization of Pigments", Encyclopedia of Archaeological Sciences, Edited by Sandra L. López Varela, New York , John Wiley & Sons, 2018. 9781119188230.saseas0084.pdf
Elnahas, A., "The Characters of Theophrastus` Translation", The Characters of Theophrastus` Translation, Cairo, Egypt, Nationa Center of Translation, 2013. the_characters_of_Theophrastus_abstract.pdf
Shalabiea, O. M., "Chemical Models: Where to Start from?", Solid State Astrochemistry: Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 417–429, 2003. Abstract
Broughton II, G., A. M. Hashem, C. C. Surek, and J. E. Zins, "Chemical Peels", Essentials of Aesthetic Surgery, New York, Thieme, 2018.
Zins, J. E., and A. M. Hashem, "Chemical Peels Discussion", The Unfavorable Result in Plastic Surgery, New York, Thieme, 2018.
Youssef, A. F. A., "Chemical Safety and Security Challenges in Academic Institutions in Developing Countries", Responsible Conduct in Chemistry Research and Practice: Global Perspectives, Washington, American Chemical Society, 2018.
Allam, R. M., A. M. El-Halawany, and A. M. Al-Abd, "Chemo-sensitizing agents from natural origin for colorectal cancer: Pharmacodynamic and cellular pharmacokinetics approaches", Drug Resistance in Colorectal Cancer: Molecular Mechanisms and Therapeutic Strategies: Academic Press, pp. 93-116, 2020. Abstract
Zayed, A. A., "Child Abuse", Forensic Medicine A Guide to Principles, 2011.
Saleem, S. N., Sabah Abdel Razek Sedik, and M. El-Halwagy, "A Child Mummy in a Pot: Computed Tomography Study and Insights on Child Burials in Ancient Egypt", Guardian Of Ancient Egypt: Studies in honor of Zahi Hawass. , Prague, Charles University , Faculty of Arts, 2020. child_in_a_pot_zahi_festshrift_2020.pdf
Shabrawi, M. E., and G. M. Anwar, "Childhood Obesity in Developing Countries", Auxology / Studying Human Growth and Development, Altenhof, Germany, Schweizerbart Science Publishers 2013, 2013. flyer_auxology_duesseldorf_screen.pdf