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Karim, S. A. S., and E. T. Ahmed, "HYPER BARIC OXYGEN THERAPY VERSUS MONOCHROMATIC INFRARED THERAPY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF DIABETIC FOOT ULCER", Innovative Journal of Medical and Health Science, vol. 3, issue 3, pp. 67 - 70, 2013.
Khouly, H., Hypatia: The Philosopher- Martyr of the Religious State, , Athens, Angelakis, 2012.
Makhlouf, N. N., D. Maskell, A. Marsh, S. Natarajan, M. Dabaieh, and M. M. Afify, "Hygrothermal performance of vernacular stone in a desert climate", Construction and Building Materials, vol. 216, pp. 687–696, 2019.
K.M.Osman, "Hygienic quality of some water wells in AlTaif and AlHada.Bacteriological contamination ", Zagazig University Medical Journal III , vol. III, pp. 287-303, 1997.
Ahmed, L. I., S. D. Morgan, R. S. Hafez, and A. A. A. Abdel-All, "Hygienic Quality of Some Fermented MilkProducts", International journal of dairy products, vol. 9, issue 3, pp. 63 - 73, 2014.
Moustafa, G., M. M. Zaki, and E. M. Badawy, "Hygienic control of Salmonella in artificially contaminated feed", Veterinary Medical Journal, Cairo Univ.(Egypt), 2003. Abstract
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E.Hamza, A., and N. A. Yaseen, "Hyers-Ulam Stability of Abstract Second Order Linear Dynamic Equations On Time Scales", Int. J. Math. Anal., vol. Vol. 8, issue no. 29, pp. 1421-1432. , 2014. hamzaijma29-32-2014.pdf
E.Hamza, A., and N. A. Yaseen, "Hyers-Ulam Stability of Abstract first Order Linear Dynamic Equations On Time Scales", Journal of advances in mathematics, vol. Vol 7, issue No 1, 2014. hyers-ulam_abstract-firstjam.pdf
Rabee, R., S. Moustafa, M. A. Nessem, R. Tarek, M. G. Ramzy, E. S. Dessoky, A. Abdelkhalek, M. Z. M. Salem, and E. Aboelhana, "Hydroxypropyl Cellulose Loaded with ZnO Nanoparticles for Enhancing the Mechanical Properties of Papyrus (Cyperus papyrus L.) Strips", Bioresources , vol. 16, issue 2, pp. 2607-2625, 2022.
Hassan, R. R. A., a Salwa Moustafa Amer Mahmoud, M. A. Nessem, and R. T. A. Aty, "Hydroxypropyl Cellulose Loaded with ZnO Nanoparticles for Enhancing the Mechanical Properties of Papyrus (Cyperus papyrus L.) ", Bioresources, ., vol. 16, issue (2), pp. 2607- 2625., 2021.
MA, F., "Hydroxycinnamic Acids: Natural Sources, Biosynthesis, Possible Biological Activities, and Roles in Islamic Medicine", studies in natural products chemistry, amsrerdam, elsevier, 2017.
Abdelsattar, E., H. Glasl, A. Nahrstedt, S. H. Hilal, A. Y. Zaki, and S. M. H. El-Zalabani, "Hydroxycinnamic acid amides from Iochroma cyaneum", Phytochemistry, vol. 29, no. 12: Pergamon, pp. 3931–3933, 1990. Abstract
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Bendas, E. R., H. Abdullah, M. H. M. El-Komy, and M. a.a. Kassem, "Hydroxychloroquine niosomes: A new trend in topical management of oral lichen planus", International Journal of Pharmaceutics, vol. 458, issue 2: Elsevier B.V., pp. 287 - 295, 2013/12//. AbstractWebsite
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Kassem, M. A. A., E. R. Bendas, M. H. M. El-Komy, and H. Abdullah, "Hydroxychloroquine niosomes: A new trend in topical management of oral lichen planus", International Journal of Pharmaceutics, vol. 458, issue 2, pp. 287-295, 2013. Abstracthydroxychloroquine_niosomes.doc

Hydroxychloroquine niosomes: A new trend in topical management of oral lichen planus
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The work aimed at studying a novel topical niosomal gel formulation of hydroxychloroquine for the management of oral lichen planus. Niosomes have been reported as conceivable vesicles to deliver drug molecules to the desired mucous membrane or skin layers. Hydroxychloroquine niosomes were designed using different methods of preparation. Tween 20 and cholesterol in molar ratio (1:0.5) were used. The prepared systems were characterized for entrapment efficiency, particle size and in vitro drug release. Different factors affecting the encapsulation of hydroxychloroquine in niosomes were studied vs. varying the type of surfactant, the cholesterol:surfactant molar ratio and the amount of the drug. The selected noisome formulation was dispersed in different gel formulations and evaluated according to the in vitro drug release and the physical stability. The results showed that the type of surfactant, cholesterol ratio and incorporated amount of drug altered the entrapment efficiency and the in vitro release of hydroxychloro-quine from niosomes. The optimum formulation was prepared by reverse phase evaporation technique using Brij 98:cholesterol molar ratio (1:1.5) and containing 20 mg of hydroxychloroquine and incorpo-rated in 20% w/v Pluronic F-127 gel. A double-blind, controlled clinical study was performed using two groups of patients. Group A (n = 11) who received hydroxychloroquine niosomal gel formulation, one application-a-day over 4 months showed 64.28% reduction in the size of lesions and the average score of pain was reduced from “4” to “1”. Compared to placebo group B (n = 5), who showed only 3.94% reduction in the lesion size and the average score of pain was remained “3”. Our results suggest that these niosomal formulations could constitute a promising approach for the topical treatment of oral lichen planus in short time with less side effects and no recurrence after stopping the treatment.

A.hedya, S., M. M.Safar, and Ashraf K. Bahgat, "Hydroxychloroquine antiparkinsonian potential: Nurr1 modulation versus autophagy inhibition.", Behavioral Brain research, pp. 82-88, 2019.
Hedya, S. A., M. M. Safar, and A. K. Bahgat, "Hydroxychloroquine antiparkinsonian potential: Nurr1 modulation versus autophagy inhibition.", Behavioural brain research, vol. 365, pp. 82-88, 2019 06 03. Abstract

The nuclear orphan receptor (Nurr1) has recently received a perceivable solicitude as a target for the therapeutic intervention against PD. Meanwhile, the dysregulation of autophagy, along with other processes is believed to contribute massively to PD pathophysiology. Hydroxychloroquine, a hydroxy derivative of chloroquine, is an antimalarial agent which is also used as an anti-rheumatic drug. The neuroprotective potential of hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine remained controversial until recently a study showed that chloroquine exhibited an antiparkinsonian activity through Nurr1 modulation. The aim of this work is to identify whether the less toxic derivative, hydroxychloroquine, could show a similar pattern. In rat rotenone model, hydroxychloroquine effectively boosted Nurr-1 expression, exhibited an anti-inflammatory effect as verified by hindering certain pro-inflammatory cytokines and successfully reduced GSK-3β activity. Consequently, an increase in the striatal tyrosine hydroxylase content, as well as improved locomotion and muscle coordination was shown. However, this improvement was opposed by hydroxychloroquine induced autophagic inhibition as manifested by enhancing both LC3-II and P62 levels possibly through the prominent decline in sirtuin 1 level and elevated apoptotic biomarkers. In conclusion, hydroxychloroquine successfully ameliorated PD motor dysfunction in spite of the fact that both autophagy and apoptosis were deregulated through Nurr1 modulation.

Hussein, H., and R. Brown, "Hydroxychloroquine and the treatment of Sjogren syndrome, chronic ulcerative stomatitis, and oral lichen planus in the age of COVID-19.", Oral surgery, oral medicine, oral pathology and oral radiology, vol. 131, issue 1, pp. e9-e13, 2021. Abstractarticle_in_journal.pdf

The Food and Drug Administration has recently approved the off-label use of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) for the treatment of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) infections. However, a recent study not only failed to demonstrate HCQ efficacy but also documented a serious side effect of COVID-19 therapy with HCQ: QT prolongation and secondary arrhythmia. HCQ has been used as an off-label drug and deemed safe and effective for the treatment of oral lesions, such as Sjogren syndrome (SS), chronic ulcerative stomatitis (CUS), and oral lichen planus (OLP). Because HCQ may be appropriately used for the off-label treatment of SS, CUS, and OLP, relevant safety concerns regarding HCQ therapy with regard to dosage, drug-to-drug interactions, and QT prolongation and secondary arrhythmia are discussed here. Because of the possibility of decreased pharmacy supplies of HCQ, replacement drugs with respect to patients with SS, CUS, and OLP being successfully treated with HCQ are also discussed.

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.
Abdel-salam, M., W. Khalifa, and S. El-Hadad, "Hydroxyapatite Precipitation on Ti-6Al-4V and Ti-6Al-7Nb Alloys", Ceramic Transactions: The American Ceramic Society - Wiley, pp. 153-168, 2018.
Ismail, T. M., K. Yoshikawa, H. Sherif, and M. Abd-El-Salam, "Hydrothermal treatment of municipal solid waste into coal in a commercial Plant: Numerical assessment of process parameters", Applied Energy, vol. 250 , pp. 653-664, 2019.
Magd, A. E. H., A. H. Mostafa, A. M. Ismail, S. K. Amin, and M. F. Abadir, "Hydrothermal treatment management of high alumina waste for synthesis of nanomaterials with new morphologies", Interceram, vol. 66, issue 5, pp. 172-179, 2017.
Elazab, H. A., M. A. Gadalla, M. A. Sadek, and T. T. El-Idreesy, "Hydrothermal synthesis of graphene supported Pd/Fe3O4 nanoparticles as efficient magnetic catalysts for Suzuki Cross – Coupling", Biointerface Research in Applied Chemistry, vol. 9, issue 2, pp. 3906 - 3911, 2019.
Heakal, F. E. - T., Y. B. Sarhan, M. A. Maamoun, A. M. Bakry, Y. K. Abdel-Monem, and I. M. Ghayad, "Hydrothermal Microwave-Assisted Fabrication of Nanohydroxyapatite Powder and Optimization of Its Nanocomposite Coatings on Magnesium Alloy for Orthopedic Applications", ACS Omega, vol. 7, issue 1, pp. 1021−1034, 2022.