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Al-Hajar, A. - R. S., S. A. G. Atteiah, E. A. Abdel-Sattar, and A. B. Abdel-Naim, Hassan Ali Al-Ghamdi, , Submitted. Abstract
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Kana, M. T. H. A., "Hasnaa M. Fahmy, Hamed M. Kandel, Hamdan AS Al-shamiri, Nabel A. Negm, Ahmed HM Elwahy &", J Fluoresc, vol. 28, pp. 1421-1430, 2018. Abstract
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El Faham, D. A., M. A. H. Elnoury, M. I. Morsy, M. A. El Shaer, G. M. Nour Eldin, and O. M. Azmy, "Has the time come to include low-level laser photobiomodulation as an adjuvant therapy in the treatment of impaired endometrial receptivity?", Lasers in medical science, 2018 Mar 15. Abstract

Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) has been used in photobiomodulation to promote healing, regenerate, and restore tissue function. Women with persistent thin endometrium were assumed to encounter diminished activity in the regenerative and functional capacity of their endometrium. The aim of this study was to examine the ability of LLLT in 635 nm wavelength to enhance the proliferation and gene expression of in vitro cultured endometrial cells. Single (SE) versus multiple exposures (ME) to LLLT were examined in the study groups and compared to controls. A fluence dose of 4.27 J/cmfor 16 min was given once in the SE or divided in three equal sessions in days 2, 4, and 6 of the culture in ME. Cellular response was evaluated by measuring viable cell numbers and surface area. Pattern of MUC1, ITGA5, ITGB3, LIF, and PTEN gene expression was assessed using the qRT-PCR. Greater numbers of cells were found in both study groups (P < 0.001) as compared to controls. The surface area of cells at the end of culture phase was highly significant (P < 0.001) in ME when compared to SE and controls. A statistically significant difference was found in terms of gene expression in both irradiated groups (P < 0.001) as compared to controls, although greater difference in PTEN tumour suppressor gene (Phosphatase and tensin homolog) expression was toward ME. The introduction of LLLT to the armamentarium of infertility will serve as a new adjuvant therapy in this field. The current study proofed that LLLT was able to increase the proliferative and functional capacity of cultured endometrial cells.

El Faham, D. A., M. A. H. Elnoury, M. I. Morsy, M. A. El Shaer, G. Mohammed, and O. M. Azmy, "Has the time come to include low-level laser photobiomodulation as an adjuvant therapy in the treatment of impaired endometrial receptivity?", Lasers in Medical Science, vol. 33, issue 5, pp. 1105–1114, 2018.
Zaghloul, M. S., "Has hypofractionated radiotherapy become the standard of care in pediatric DIPG?", Child's nervous system : ChNS : official journal of the International Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery, vol. 31, issue 8, pp. 1221-2, 2015 Aug. Abstract
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Sayed, H., E. Islam, N. A. D. I. A. H. RAFAT, and E. A. Soliman, "Harvesting thermal infrared emission using nanodipole terminated by traveling wave rectifier", Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP), 2015 9th European Conference on: IEEE, pp. 1–5, 2015. Abstract
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Su, W. - T., Y. - H. Lu, and A. S. Kaseb, "Harvest the Information from Multimedia Big Data in Global Camera Networks", IEEE International Conference on Multimedia Big Data, 2015.
Shrief, S. A., "Harvest index and grain/straw ratio of oil seed eape under different nitrogen levels and plant densities.", Egypt J. Plant Breed, vol. 9, issue 1, pp. 209-222, 2005. Abstract
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El‐Sherbini, T. M., H. M. Mansour, A. A. Farrag, and A. A. Rahman, "Hartree‐Fock Energies of the Doubly Excited States of the Boron Isoelectronic Sequence", Annalen der Physik, vol. 499, issue 6: Wiley Online Library, pp. 419-422, 1987. Abstract
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Fahmy, A. S., S. M. Eldeeb, and A. M. Khalifa, "HARP tracking using locally-uniform deformation assumption", Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance, vol. 16, no. Suppl 1: BioMed Central Ltd, pp. P370, 2014. Abstract
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Sutcliffe, J., S. Hurst, A. Awadallah, and K. Hamed, "Harold Edwin Hurst: the Nile and Egypt, past and future", Hydrological Sciences Journal, vol. 61, issue 9, pp. 1557-1570, 2016.
Aboudina, A., I. Kamel, M. Elshenawy, H. Abdelgawad, and B. Abdulhai, "Harnessing the Power of HPC in Simulation and Optimization of Large Transportation Networks: Spatio-Temporal Traffic Management in the Greater Toronto Area", IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine, vol. 10, issue 1, pp. 95-106, 2018.
Aboudina, A., I. Kamel, M. Elshenawy, H. Abdelgawad, and B. Abdulhai, "Harnessing the Power of HPC in Simulation and Optimization of Large Transportation Networks: Spatio-Temporal Traffic Management in the Greater Toronto Area", IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine, vol. 10, issue 1, pp. 95-106, 2018.
Aboudina, A., I. Kamel, M. Elshenawy, H. Abdelgawad, and B. Abdulhai, "Harnessing the Power of HPC in Simulation and Optimization of Large Transportation Networks: Spatio-Temporal Traffic Management in the Greater Toronto Area", IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine, vol. 10, issue 1, pp. 95-106, 2018.
Khan, M., M. Kamran, R. H. Kadi, M. M. Hassan, A. Elhakem, H. A. S. Alhaithloul, M. H. Soliman, M. Z. Mumtaz, M. Ashraf, and S. Shamim, "Harnessing the Potential of Bacillus altitudinis MT422188 for Copper Bioremediation", Frontiers in Microbiology, vol. 13, pp. 878000, 2022. AbstractWebsite

The contamination of heavy metals is a cause of environmental concern across the globe, as their increasing levels can pose a significant risk to our natural ecosystems and public health. The present study was aimed to evaluate the ability of a copper (Cu)-resistant bacterium, characterized as Bacillus altitudinis
MT422188, to remove Cu from contaminated industrial wastewater. Optimum growth was observed at 37°C, pH 7, and 1 mm phosphate, respectively. Effective concentration 50 (EC
50
), minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC), and cross-heavy metal resistance pattern were observed at 5.56 mm, 20 mm, and Ni > Zn > Cr > Pb > Ag > Hg, respectively. Biosorption of Cu by live and dead bacterial cells in its presence and inhibitors 1 and 2 (DNP and DCCD) was suggestive of an ATP-independent efflux system.
B. altitudinis
MT422188 was also able to remove 73 mg/l and 82 mg/l of Cu at 4th and 8th day intervals from wastewater, respectively. The presence of Cu resulted in increased GR (0.004 ± 0.002 Ug
−1
FW), SOD (0.160 ± 0.005 Ug
−1
FW), and POX (0.061 ± 0.004 Ug
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FW) activity. Positive motility (swimming, swarming, twitching) and chemotactic behavior demonstrated Cu as a chemoattractant for the cells. Metallothionein (MT) expression in the presence of Cu was also observed by SDS-PAGE. Adsorption isotherm and pseudo-kinetic-order studies suggested Cu biosorption to follow Freundlich isotherm as well as second-order kinetic model, respectively. Thermodynamic parameters such as Gibbs free energy (∆G°), change in enthalpy (∆H° = 10.431 kJ/mol), and entropy (∆S° = 0.0006 kJ/mol/K) depicted the biosorption process to a feasible, endothermic reaction. Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR), Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), and Energy-Dispersive X-Ray Spectroscopy (EDX) analyses revealed the physiochemical and morphological changes in the bacterial cell after biosorption, indicating interaction of Cu ions with its functional groups. Therefore, these features suggest the potentially effective role of
B. altitudinis
MT422188 in Cu bioremediation.

Badr, H. A., D. M. M. AlSadek, M. E. El-Houseini, C. T. Saeui, M. P. Mathew, K. J. Yarema, and H. Ahmed, "Harnessing cancer cell metabolism for theranostic applications using metabolic glycoengineering of sialic acid in breast cancer as a pioneering example.", Biomaterials, vol. 116, pp. 158-173, 2017 Feb. Abstract

Abnormal cell surface display of sialic acids - a family of unusual 9-carbon sugars - is widely recognized as distinguishing feature of many types of cancer. Sialoglycans, however, typically cannot be identified with sufficiently high reproducibility and sensitivity to serve as clinically accepted biomarkers and similarly, almost all efforts to exploit cancer-specific differences in sialylation signatures for therapy remain in early stage development. In this report we provide an overview of important facets of glycosylation that contribute to cancer in general with a focus on breast cancer as an example of malignant disease characterized by aberrant sialylation. We then describe how cancer cells experience nutrient deprivation during oncogenesis and discuss how the resulting metabolic reprogramming, which endows breast cancer cells with the ability to obtain nutrients during scarcity, constitutes an "Achilles' heel" that we believe can be exploited by metabolic glycoengineering (MGE) strategies to develop new diagnostic methods and therapeutic approaches. In particular, we hypothesize that adaptations made by breast cancer cells that allow them to efficiently scavenge sialic acid during times of nutrient deprivation renders them vulnerable to MGE, which refers to the use of exogenously-supplied, non-natural monosaccharide analogues to modulate targeted aspects of glycosylation in living cells and animals. In specific, once non-natural sialosides are incorporated into the cancer "sialome" they can be exploited as epitopes for immunotherapy or as chemical tags for targeted delivery of imaging or therapeutic agents selectively to tumors.

Abdalla, M., H. M. O. Mokhtar, and N. ElGamal, "HarmonyMoves: A Unified Prediction Approach for Moving Object Future Path", (IJACSA) International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications, vol. 11, issue 1, pp. 637-644, 2020.
Mohamed, S. M., H. S. Hamza, and I. A. Saroit, "Harmony Search-based K-Coverage Enhancement in Wireless Sensor Networks", International Journal of Computer, Information, Systems and Control Engineering, vol. 9, no. 1: World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, pp. 178 - 186, 2015. AbstractWebsite
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Saroit, I. A., H. S. Hamza, and I. A. Saroit, "Harmony Search-based K-Coverage Enhancement in Wireless Sensor Networks", International Journal of Computer, Information, Systems and Control Engineering, vol. 9, issue 1, pp. 178 186, 2015. 3.pdf
Mohamed, S. M., H. S. Hamza, and I. A. Saroit, "Harmony Search-Based K-Coverage Enhancement in Wireless Sensor Networks", Harmony, vol. 1, pp. 19924, 2014. Abstract
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Mohamed, S. M., H. S. Hamza, and I. A. Saroit, "Harmony search-based k-coverage enhancement in wireless sensor networks", Int. J. Comput. Electr. Autom. Control Inf. Eng., vol. 9, issue 1, pp. 19924, 2015. Abstract
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