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wissa, D., A. Ward, S. A. gad, S. Ibrahim, and S. Khairy, "High -k Green Polymer Nano composites Based on Polyvinyl Alcohol for Electrostatic Dissipation Applications", Egyptian Journal of Chemistry, 2022.
West, L. S., "The Housefly. Its natural history, medical importance, and control.", The Housefly. Its Natural History, Medical Importance, and Control.: London: Constable & Co. Ltd., 10, Orange Street, WC 2, & New York: Comstock …, 1951. Abstract
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Werner, J. A., B. Eivasi, S. Wiegand, H. Negm, T. Muthum, R. Mandic, and B. Folz, "Hamangiomas and vascular malformations in thehead and neck", Saudi Journal of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology, Head and Neck surgery, vol. II, issue 1, 2009.
Wedad Z. Mostafa, Magda I. Assaf, M. A. - H. I. A. S. E. - T. R. E. A. A., "Histopathological evidence of involvement of eccrine sweat glands in adverse cutaneous drug reactions", JEWDS, vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 65–70, 2016. Abstract
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Warda, A. E. A., M. Tammam, R. M. S. Rabab Ahmed Elgazzar, and S. Gaber, "Hydroxychloroquine and Azithromycin Combination in The Management of COVID-19 Infection: Safety and Effectiveness Challenges", Curr Drug Saf. 2021., vol. 7, issue Kjuly2021, pp. 9, 2021.
Warda, A. E. A., M. Tammam, R. M. S. Rabab Ahmed Elgazzar, and S. Gaber, "Hydroxychloroquine and Azithromycin Combination in The Management of COVID-19 Infection: Safety and Effectiveness Challenges", Curr Drug Saf. 2021., vol. 7, issue Kjuly2021, pp. 9, 2021.
Wang, L., G. Li, L. Yang, H. Qu, J. Cheng, M. AbdAllah, D. A. Barakat, and H. Li, Highly Improved Chiral-Selective Resolution in Pillar[5]arene-Functionalized Molecularly Imprinted Membranes, , 2022.
Wang, Y., Z. Lutfi, L. Dong, D. S. Suman, M. Sanad, and R. Gaugler, "Host cues induce egg hatching and pre-parasitic foraging behaviour in the mosquito parasitic nematode, Strelkovimermis spiculatus", International journal for parasitology, vol. 42, issue 10: Elsevier, pp. 881-886, 2012. Abstract
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Wang, L., G. Li, L. Yang, H. Qu, J. Cheng, M. AbdAllah, D. A. Barakat, and H. Li, "Highly Improved Chiral-Selective Resolution in Pillar[5]arene-Functionalized Molecularly Imprinted Membranes", ACS Applied Polymer Materials, vol. 4, issue 9, pp. 6723-6730, 2022.
Wang, K., H. S. Hamza, and J. S. Deogun, "HEURISTICS FOR MAXIMIZING OEO SHARING IN WDM MESH NETWORKS WITH PATH-BASED PROTECTION", resource, vol. 473, no. 039, pp. 64, 2005. Abstract

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Wang, L. - Q., M. R. Meselhy, Y. Li, G. - W. QIN, and M. Hattori, "Human intestinal bacteria capable of transforming secoisolariciresinol diglucoside to mammalian lignans, enterodiol and enterolactone", Chemical and pharmaceutical bulletin, vol. 48, issue 11: The Pharmaceutical Society of Japan, pp. 1606-1610, 2000. Abstract
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Wang, K., H. S. Hamza, and J. S. Deogun, "Heuristics for maximizing OEO sharing in WDM mesh networks with path-based protection", resource, vol. 473, issue 039, pp. 64, 2005. Abstract
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Wang, L., G. Li, L. Yang, H. Qu, J. Cheng, M. AbdAllah, D. A. Barakat, and H. Li, "Highly Improved Chiral-Selective Resolution in Pillar[5]arene-Functionalized Molecularly Imprinted Membranes", ACS Applied Polymer Materials, vol. 4, issue 9, pp. 6723-6730, 2022.
Wang, Z., K Niu, H. E. Rushdi, M Zhang, T Fu, T Gao, L Yang, S. Liu, and F Lin, "Heat Stress Induces Shifts in the Rumen Bacteria and Metabolome of Buffalo", Animals , vol. 12, issue 10, pp. 1300, 2022.
Wang, L. - Q., M. R. Meselhy, Y. Li, N. Nakamura, B. - S. MIN, G. - W. QIN, and M. Hattori, "The heterocyclic ring fission and dehydroxylation of catechins and related compounds by Eubacterium sp. strain SDG-2, a human intestinal bacterium", Chemical and pharmaceutical bulletin, vol. 49, issue 12: The Pharmaceutical Society of Japan, pp. 1640-1643, 2001. Abstract
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Waly, A., H. M. El Tayebi, K. A. Hosny, G. Esmat, and A. I. Abdelaziz, "HYPERMETHYLATION OF THE microRNA LET-7A-3 GENE REPRESSES THE PRIMARY AND MATURE LET-7A-3 WITH AN INVERSE CORRELATION TO IGF-II mRNA IN HCV-INDUCED HEPATOCELLULAR CARCINOMA", JOURNAL OF HEPATOLOGY, vol. 58, no. 1}, Meeting Abstract = {1097, pp. S448-S449, APR, 2013. Abstract
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Waked, *1I. S., 2A. F. Attalla, and 3A. H. N. Deghidi, "HIGH INTENSITY PHYSICAL TRAINING EXERCISE PROGRAM IN IMPROVING BREAST CANCER RELATED", Int J Physiother 2016, vol. 3, 2016.
Waheed, M. T., A. Khattab, and Y. Fahmy, "Highly Accurate Multi-Modal LTE Channel Prediction via Semantic Segmentation of Satellite Images", 2022 10th International Japan-Africa Conference on Electronics, Communications, and Computations (JAC-ECC): IEEE, pp. 90–93, 2022. Abstract
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Wahab, N. K. A., E. E. Hemayed, and M. B. Fayek, "HEARD: An automatic human EAR detection technique", Engineering and Technology (ICET), 2012 International Conference on: IEEE, pp. 1–7, 2012. Abstract
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Wagih, H. M., and H. M. O. Mokhtar, "HBTOnto: An Ontology Model for Analyzing Human Behavior Trajectories", 11th International Conference on Semantics, Knowledge and Grids (SKG 2015), Beijing, August 19-21, 20, 2015.
Wagih, A., and M. Fayek, "A Hybrid Features Reduction Technique for Gender Classification of Face Images", The 39th Annual Conference on Statistics, Computer Sciences and Operations Research, organized by the Institute of Statistical Studies and Research, Cairo University- Egypt., December, 2004.
Wafaa, M. A. E. L., H. Sherif, A. Gaber, and W. Sami, "Heart-type fatty-acid-binding protein is a prognostic biomarker for sepsis outcome and sepsis-related left-ventricular dysfunction: a comparison with troponin I", Research and Opinion in Anesthesia and Intensive Care., , 2017.
W.A.Badawy, H. E. El-Feky, N. H. Helal, and H. H. Mahmmed, "Hydrogen Production on Molybdenum in H2SO4 Solutions", J. Power Sources, vol. 271 , pp. 480-488, 2014.
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de Vries, N. L., V. van Unen, M. E. Ijsselsteijn, T. Abdelaal, R. van der Breggen, A. Farina Sarasqueta, A. Mahfouz, K. C. M. J. Peeters, T. Höllt, B. P. F. Lelieveldt, et al., "High-dimensional cytometric analysis of colorectal cancer reveals novel mediators of antitumour immunity.", Gut, 2019. Abstract

OBJECTIVE: A comprehensive understanding of anticancer immune responses is paramount for the optimal application and development of cancer immunotherapies. We unravelled local and systemic immune profiles in patients with colorectal cancer (CRC) by high-dimensional analysis to provide an unbiased characterisation of the immune contexture of CRC.

DESIGN: Thirty-six immune cell markers were simultaneously assessed at the single-cell level by mass cytometry in 35 CRC tissues, 26 tumour-associated lymph nodes, 17 colorectal healthy mucosa and 19 peripheral blood samples from 31 patients with CRC. Additionally, functional, transcriptional and spatial analyses of tumour-infiltrating lymphocytes were performed by flow cytometry, single-cell RNA-sequencing and multispectral immunofluorescence.

RESULTS: We discovered that a previously unappreciated innate lymphocyte population (LinCD7CD127CD56CD45RO) was enriched in CRC tissues and displayed cytotoxic activity. This subset demonstrated a tissue-resident (CD103CD69) phenotype and was most abundant in immunogenic mismatch repair (MMR)-deficient CRCs. Their presence in tumours was correlated with the infiltration of tumour-resident cytotoxic, helper and γδ T cells with highly similar activated (HLA-DRCD38PD-1) phenotypes. Remarkably, activated γδ T cells were almost exclusively found in MMR-deficient cancers. Non-activated counterparts of tumour-resident cytotoxic and γδ T cells were present in CRC and healthy mucosa tissues, but not in lymph nodes, with the exception of tumour-positive lymph nodes.

CONCLUSION: This work provides a blueprint for the understanding of the heterogeneous and intricate immune landscape of CRC, including the identification of previously unappreciated immune cell subsets. The concomitant presence of tumour-resident innate and adaptive immune cell populations suggests a multitargeted exploitation of their antitumour properties in a therapeutic setting.

Vijay, A., A. Elaffandi, and H. Khalaf, "Hepatocellular adenoma: An update.", World journal of hepatology, vol. 7, issue 25, pp. 2603-9, 2015. Abstract

Hepatocellular adenomas (HCA) are rare benign liver tumors. Recent technological advancements have helped in the early identification of such lesions. However, precise diagnosis of hepatocellular incidentalomas remains challenging. Studies at the molecular level have provided new insights into the genetics and pathophysiology of these lesions. These in turn have raised questions over their existing management modalities. However, the rarity of the tumor still restricts the quality of evidence available for current recommendations and guidelines. This article provides a comprehensive review on the etiology, molecular biology, patho-physiology, clinical manifestations, and complications associated with HCA. It also elaborates on the genetic advancements, existing diagnostic tools and current guidelines for management for such lesions.