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Lalli, B. S., and S. R. Grace, "G) World Scientific Publishing Company 413", Recent Trends In Differential Equations, vol. 1: World Scientific, pp. 413, 1992. Abstract
Bas, P., G. Blanchart, R. BOUCHE, A. BOZZINI, A. Branca, J. BRUN-BELLUT, J. BOZA, Y. CHILLIARD, P. COLOMER-ROCHER, and A. FALAGAN, "G. ALEXANDRE INRA-CRAAG-BP 1232 97184 Poime & Pitre, Guadeloupe (FRANCE) G. AUMONT INRA-CRAAG-BP 1232", Goat Nutrition, issue 46: Butterworths, pp. 307, 1991. Abstract
El-Manylawi, M. A., M. R. M. Ibrahim, and F. Ahmed, "G. and Salama, Walaa, A.(2005)", Performance of growing rabbits fed diets containing geranium and spearmint by-products. Egypt. J. Rabbit Sci., 15: 13, vol. 26, 2005. Abstract


Cerciello, F., B. Hofstetter, S. A. Fatah, M. Zaghloul, B. Odermatt, S. Bodis, Z. Varga, M. Pruschy, and I. F. Ciernik, "G2/M cell cycle checkpoint is functional in cervical cancer patients after initiation of external beam radiotherapy.", International journal of radiation oncology, biology, physics, vol. 62, issue 5, pp. 1390-8, 2005 Aug 01. Abstract

PURPOSE: To investigate changes in cancer of the uterine cervix during radiotherapy (RT) with respect to G2/M transition in relation to tumor cell apoptosis and changes in the tumor vasculature in cervical carcinoma.

METHODS AND MATERIALS: A total of 40 consecutive patients with Stage IIA-IIIB cervical cancer underwent RT without any chemotherapy. Tumor biopsy was obtained before RT and after five fractions of 1.8 Gy. The tumor samples were stained for cyclin B1, cdc2, and Ki-67, the apoptotic index, using terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase-mediated deoxyuridine triphosphate nick end labeling staining. The tumor vasculature density was assessed. In 38 cases, the tissue samples were informative.

RESULTS: Cyclin B1 was positive in all biopsies before and after initiation of RT, and staining for cdc2 was positive in 35 (92%) of 38 biopsies before and 33 (87%) of 38 after 1 week of RT. Nuclear staining for cyclin B1 was observed in 92% of patients, staining an average of 15% of cells before RT. After initiating RT, 73% of patients showed positive staining on about 5% of tumor cells (p < 0.01). Nuclear staining for cdc2 was detected in 89% of patients, staining an average of 21% of cells before RT. After initiating RT, 79% of patients showed positive staining on 9% of cells (p < 0.01). The apoptotic index of the tumor cells increased after initiating RT, and a slight decrease in the vascular density after 1 week of RT was noted (p = 0.08). Changes in G2/M were associated with the clinical response, but changes in apoptosis or tumor vasculature were not.

CONCLUSION: RT leads to significant changes in the cell cycle in cervical cancer indicating intact G2/M checkpoint function. Targeting G2/M with compounds interfering with G2/M transition may further enhance the effect of RT in cervical cancer patients.

Sarhan, M. S., S. Patz, M. A. Hamza, H. H. Youssef, E. F. Mourad, M. Fayez, B. Murphy, S. Ruppel, and N. A. Hegazi, G3 PhyloChip Analysis Confirms the Promise of Plant-Based Culture Media for Unlocking the Composition and Diversity of the Maize Root Microbiome and for Recovering Unculturable Candidate Divisions/Phyla, , vol. 33, issue 3, pp. 317 - 325, 2018. Abstract
Sarhan, M. S., S. Patz, M. A. Hamza, H. H. Youssef, E. F. Mourad, M. Fayez, B. Murphy, S. Ruppel, and N. A. Hegazi, "G3 phylochip analysis confirms the promise of plant-based culture media for unlocking the composition and diversity of the maize root microbiome and for recovering unculturable candidate divisions/phyla", Microbes and Environments, vol. 33, issue 3, pp. 317 - 325, 2018. AbstractWebsite

The rapid development of high-throughput techniques and expansion of bacterial databases have accelerated efforts to bring plant microbiomes into cultivation. We introduced plant-only-based culture media as a successful candidate to mimic the nutritional matrices of plant roots. We herein employed a G3 PhyloChip microarray to meticulously characterize the culture-dependent and-independent bacterial communities of the maize root compartments, the endo-and ecto-rhizospheres. An emphasis was placed on the preference of the growth of unculturable candidate divisions/phyla on plant-only-based culture media over standard culture media (nutrient agar). A total of 1,818 different operational taxonomic units (OTUs) were resolved representing 67 bacterial phyla. Plant-only-based culture media displayed particular affinity towards recovering endophytic over ectophytic rhizobacteria. This was shown by the slightly higher recovery of CFUs for endophytes on plant-only-based culture media (26%) than on standard culture media (10%) as well as the higher taxa richness and numbers of exclusive families of unculturable divisions/phyla. Out of 30 bacterial phyla (comprising >95% of the whole population), 13 were of a significantly higher incidence on plant-only-based culture media, 6 phyla of which were not-yet-cultured (Atribacteria, OP9; Dependentiae, TM6; Latescibacteria, WS3; Marinimicrobia, SAR406; Omnitrophica, OP3; BRC1). Furthermore, plant-only-based culture media significantly enriched less abundant and/or hard-to-culture bacterial phyla (Acidobacteria, Gemmatimonadetes, and Tenericutes). These results present conclusive evidence of the ability of plant-only-based culture media to bring the plant-fed in situ microbiome into the status of plant-fed in vitro cultures, and to widen the scope of cultivation of heretofore-unculturable bacterial divisions/phyla. © 2018, Japanese Society of Microbial Ecology. All rights reserved.

Haroun, B., A. Emil, R. Sobhy, and Y. Farag, "G342(P) Cardiac functions in children with celiac disease", RCPCH Conference, Glascow, 10-2020.
El-Deen, Z. E. M., Nouran F. Hussin, T. A. A. Hamid, O. A. R. Migeed, and Rania M. Samy, G6PD Deficiency and G6PD (Mediterranean and Silent) Polymorphisms in Egyptian Infants with Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia, , 2013.
Mohammadi-Sangcheshmeha, A., E. Heldaa, N. Ghanem, F. Rings, D. Salilew-Wondim, D. Tesfaye, H. Sieme, K. Schellander, and M. Hoelker, "G6PDH-Activity In Equine Oocytes Correlates with Morphology, Expression of Candidate Genes For Viability, and Preimplantative in Vitro Development", Theriogenology, 2011. Abstract

Efficiencies for in vitro production of equine embryos are still low due to highly variable developmental competences of equine immature oocytes. In contrast to the equine, in vitro developmental competence of immature oocytes has been predicted successfully by the activity of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PDH) indicated by brilliant cresyl blue (BCB) dye in a range of different species. Therefore, the aim of the present study was to test the association between G6PDH activity in equine oocytes with: (1) cumulus morphology and oocyte properties in terms of diameter and volume; (2) maturational competence; (3) gene expression of certain molecular markers; and (4) in vitro embryo development after intracytoplasmic sperm injection. Equine oocytes were exposed to BCB

Mohammadi-Sangcheshmeh, A., E. Held, N. Ghanem, F. Rings, D. Salilew-Wondim, D. Tesfaye, H. Sieme, K. Schellander, and M. Hoelker, "G6PDH-activity in equine oocytes correlates with morphology, expression of candidate genes for viability, and preimplantative in vitro development", Theriogenology, vol. 76, issue 7: Elsevier, pp. 1215-1226, 2011. Abstract
Khaled, N., E. E. Hemayed, and M. B. Fayek, "A GA-Based Approach for Epipolar Geometry Estimation", International Journal of Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence, vol. 27, no. 8: World Scientific Publishing Company, pp. 1355014–19, 2013. Abstract
Mohammed, A., M. Karam, and H. Hefny, "GA-based Parameter Optimization for Word Segmentation", Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Journal, vol. 17, issue 1, pp. 23-32, 2017.
RA, W., P. E, R. CR, S. SK, W. RA, C. JE, P. I, S. NA, and M. L. BA, "GABA B receptor-modulated selective peripheral analgesia by the non-proteinogenic amino acid, isovaline", Neuroscience, vol. 213, pp. 154-60, 2012.
Ahmed, N. A., and N. M. ‎ Radwan, "GABA system in the developing chick brain. ‎", Proc. Zool. Soc. A.R.E., vol. 8, pp. 186-235, 1985.
Ahmed, N. A., A. H. Sallam, and S. K. ‎ Radwan, "GABA system in the whole brain tissue of chicks infected with ‎New Castle disease virus.", Bull. Fac. Sci., Cairo University, vol. 58, pp. 1-15.‎, 1990.
Emad, Y., Y. Ragab, and A. Fathy, "gadolinium enhanced MRI features of acute gouty arthritis on top of chronic gouty involvement in different joints", clin rhaumatol, vol. 34, issue 2015, pp. 1939-1947, 2015.
Abdelaziz, W. S., M. E. Ahmed, M. A. Khedr, and T. M. El-Sherbini, "Gain Coefficient Calculation for Short Wave Laser Emission from Sodium like Co", Optics and Photonics Journal, vol. 3, issue 08: Scientific Research Publishing, pp. 369, 2013. Abstract
Abdelaziz, W. S., M. E. Ahmed, M. A. Khedr, and T. M. El-Sherbini, "Gain Coefficient Calculation for Short Wave Laser Emission from Sodium like Co ", Optics and Photonics Journal, vol. 2013, issue 3, pp. 369-378 , 2013. opj_2013.pdf
Bamigbade, A., V. Khadkikar, M. A. Hosani, H. H. Zeineldin, and M. S. E. Moursi, "Gain compensation approach for low-voltage ride-through and dynamic performance improvement of three-phase type-3 PLL", IET Power Electronics, vol. 13, issue 8, pp. 1613 - 1621, 2020.
Abdelaziz, W. S., M. E. Ahmed, A. S. Khalil, M. A. Ahmed, and T. M. El-Sherbini, "The Gain Distribution According to the Theoretical Structure and Decay Dynamics of Sodium like Cu", Optics and Photonics Journal, vol. 2, issue 04: Scientific Research Publishing, pp. 358, 2012. Abstract
Hamed, H. M., W. S. Abdelaziz, A. FARRAG, M. Mansour, and T. M. El-Sherbini, "THE GAIN DISTRIBUTION ACCORDING TO THEORETICAL LEVEL STRUCTURE AND DECAY DYNAMICS OF W 46+", Laser Science and Applications: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference, National Institute of Laser Enhanced Sciences, Cairo University, Egypt, 15-18 January 2007: World Scientific, pp. 53, 2010. Abstract