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Yassin, E. F., S. M. El-Hakim, and M. M. Abd El-Hakim, Detection and Analysis of performence of Three Phase Induction Motor Subjected to Different Types of Faults , , Giza , Cairo, Submitted.
Yassin, A., K. Fredrick, and A. S. Mankin, "Deleterious mutations in small subunit ribosomal RNA identify functional sites and potential targets for antibiotics", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 102, no. 46: National Academy of Sciences, pp. 16620–16625, 2005. Abstract
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and Yasser E. Elenany, H. S. E. - D. A., Detection and Identification of novel bacterial strains isolated from Fresh Clover Bee Honey, , vol. 10, issue 1, pp. 49 - 52, 2019. Abstract
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Yasser, N., Samy Sayed, N. Ghanem, A. Thabit, A. Abdelal, W. Elmenofy, and E. Osman, "Determination of virulence and genetic variability of three Spodoptera littoralis nucleopolyhedrovirus isolates from Egypt", Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control, vol. 32, issue 15: Springer, pp. 1-8, 2022. Abstract
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Yasser, S., N. Sameh, S. Kassem, Y. Emad, O. Tariq, and I. Fahim, "Decision making to calculate economic sustainability index: A case study", 2020 International Conference on Decision Aid Sciences and Application (DASA): IEEE, pp. 343–349, 2020. Abstract
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Yassa, M. E., I. A. Mansour, N. I. Sewelam, and T. Gaafar, "Differentiation of Murine Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells into Cardiomyocytes", Medical Journal of Cairo University, vol. 85, pp. 135-140, 2017.
Yasien, A. M., M. S. El-Feky, M. I. Serag, and H. Elkady, "Durability of Nano-Modified Concrete Cured Under Different Regimes", International Journal of Current Trends in Engineering & Research, vol. 4, issue 5, pp. 1-16, 2018.
Yang, X., F. Tran, M. K. Youssef, and C. O. Gill, "Determination of Sources of Escherichia coli on Beef by Multiple-Locus Variable-Number Tandem Repeat Analysis", Journal of Food Protection, vol. 78, issue 7, pp. 1296-1302, 2015. Abstract

The possible origin of Escherichia coli found on cuts and trimmings in the breaking facility of a beef packing plant was examined using multiple-locus variable-number tandem repeat analysis. Coliforms and E. coli were enumerated in samples obtained from 160 carcasses that would enter the breaking facility when work commenced and after each of the three production breaks throughout the day, from the conveyor belt before work and after each break, and from cuts and trimmings when work commenced and after each break. Most samples yielded no E. coli, irrespective of the surface types. E. coli was recovered from 7 (<5%) carcasses, at numbers mostly ≤1.0 log CFU/160,000 cm(2). The log total numbers of E. coli recovered from the conveyor belt, cuts, and trimmings were mostly between 1 and 2 log CFU/80,000 cm(2). A total of 554 E. coli isolates were recovered. Multiple-locus variable-number tandem repeat analysis of 327 selected isolates identified 80 distinct genotypes, with 37 (46%) each containing one isolate. However, 28% of the isolates were of genotypes that were recovered from more than one sampling day. Of the 80 genotypes, 65 and 2% were found in one or all four sampling periods throughout the day. However, they represented 23 and 14% of the isolates, respectively. Of the genotypes identified for each surface type, at least one contained ≥9 isolates. No unique genotypes were associated with carcasses, but 10, 17, and 19 were uniquely associated with cuts, trimmings, and the belt, respectively. Of the isolates recovered from cuts, 49, 3, and 19% were of genotypes that were found among isolates recovered from the belt, carcasses, or both the belt and carcasses, respectively. A similar composition was found for isolates recovered from trimmings. These findings show that the E. coli found on cuts and trimmings at this beef packing plant mainly originated from the conveyor belt and that small number of E. coli strains survived the daily cleaning and sanitation process, thus persisting in the plant.

Yamany, A., and M. Essam, "Diabetes mellitus and congenital proximal femur hypoplasia: is there a link or association", The Egyptian Journal of Internal Medicine, vol. 29, issue 1, pp. 30-32, 2017. egyptjinternmed29130-392276_105347.pdf
Yakoot, M., M. H. El-Shabrawi, M. M. AbdElgawad, A. A. Mahfouz, S. Helmy, A. M. Abdo, and H. R. El-Khayat, "Dual Sofosbuvir/Daclatasvir Therapy in Adolescent Patients With Chronic Hepatitis C Infection.", Journal of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition, 2018 Mar 22. Abstract

OBJECTIVES: Dual sofosbuvir/daclatasvir (SOF/DCV) therapy is currently recommended by The European Association for Study of Liver (EASL) as an option for the treatment of chronic hepatitis C virus infection (HCV) in adults for all genotypes; however it is still not considered for patients younger than 18 years old. We aimed to test safety and efficacy of SOF/DCV in adolescent patients 12 to 17 years old with chronic HCV, genotype 4 infection.

METHODS: We conducted a prospective, uncontrolled, open-label multicenter study. A total of 30 chronic HCV infected adolescents, aged from 12 to 17 years old were included and treated with dual SOF/DCV for 12 weeks. Patients were monitored throughout the treatment and follow-up period for safety and efficacy outcome measures including the sustained virologic response 12 (SVR12) rate.

RESULTS: The Intention to treat (ITT) SVR12 rate was 29/30 (96.7%; 95% confidence interval (CI): 83.3 - 99.4%). The only patient who did not achieve SVR12 was lost to follow up after showing viral negativity at the end of treatment visit. While all the remaining 29 patients (100%, 95% CI: 88.3 - 100%) who completed the follow up visits achieved SVR12. All patients showed normalized liver enzymes with normal hematological, liver and renal function tests at the end of the study. No fatalities or treatment-emergent serious or severe adverse events were reported throughout the study.

CONCLUSIONS: Sofosbuvir/Daclatasvir combined therapy could be a safe and effective treatment in adolescent patients 12 to 17 years old with chronic HCV genotype 4 infection.

Yahia, E. - S. R., Y. M. Warda, A. A. Hisham, and A. A. Hanaa, Detection and Management of Acute Drug Poisoning at Cairo University Hospitals : Nurse’s Knowledge and Practices , , Cairo, Cairo university, 2015.
Yahia, N., H. fawzy, and H. baaqeel, "Discrete Type II Topp Leone Inverted Weibull Distribution: Properties and Estimation", Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, vol. 18, issue 6, pp. 1744-1753, 2021. 0011_18ctn06-9733.pdf
Yahia, N., H. fawzy, and H. baaqeel, "Discrete Type II Topp Leone Inverted Weibull Distribution: Properties and Estimation", Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, vol. 18, issue 6, pp. 1744-1753, 2021. 0011_18ctn06-9733.pdf
Y. S. El-Saharty, F. H. Metwally, Y. K. M., and S. M. Amer, "Determination of Azapropazone in the presence of its oxidative degradation", Bulletin of Faculty of Pharmacy, Cairo University, vol. 45, no. 2: Faculty of Pharmacy, Cairo University, pp. 13–25, 2007. Abstract
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Xu, W., H. A. Omar, W. Zhuang, and X.Shen, "Delay Analysis of In-Vehicle Internet Access Via On-Road WiFi Access Points", IEEE Access, vol. 5, pp. 2736-2746, 2017.
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Wifi, A. S., A. H. Gomaa, and R. K. Abdel-Magied, "Deep drawing process design and capp system for box-shaped parts", Proceedings of the Tehran International “Congress on Manufacturing Engineering” TICME, pp. 1–9, 2005. Abstract
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Wassal, E. Y., G. A. Thomas, P. O. Zinn, and R. R. Colen, "Diffusion and Conventional MR Imaging Genomic Features Identifies Genomic Targets Involved in Invasion and Poor Prognosis in GBM", Society of Neuro-oncology (SNO), Miami, Fl, 2014.
Wassal, E. Y., P. O. Zinn, and R. R. Colen, "Diffusion and Conventional Imaging Genomic Biomarker Signature for EGFR Mutation Identification in Glioblastoma", Society of Neuro-oncology (SNO), Miami, Fl, 2014.
Wassal, E. Y., P. O. Zinn, and R. R. Colen, "Diffusion and Conventional MR Imaging Genomic Biomarker Signature predicts IDH-1 mutation in Glioblastoma Patients", Society of Neuro-oncology (SNO), Miami, Fl, 2014.
Wang, W., A. S. Attia, L. Liu, T. Rosche, N. J. Wagner, and E. J. Hansen, "Development of a shuttle vector for Moraxella catarrhalis", Plasmid, vol. 55, no. 1: Academic Press, pp. 50–57, 2006. Abstract
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Wanas, M. I., M.N.H.Comsan, and K.M.Hanna., "DARK ENERGY : A MISSING PHY SICAL INGREDIENT:", NUPPAC'5, pp. 1-9, 2008. dark_energy__a_missing_physical_ingredient.pdf
Walker, M. J., A. Hollands, M. L. Sanderson-Smith, J. N. Cole, J. K. Kirk, A. Henningham, J. D. McArthur, K. Dinkla, R. K. Aziz, R. G. Kansal, et al., "DNase Sda1 provides selection pressure for a switch to invasive group A streptococcal infection", Nature medicine, vol. 13, no. 8: Nature Publishing Group, pp. 981–985, 2007. Abstract
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