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• Abd-alla, S. M., and M. Khalil, "Horticultural and molecular genetic variation within and between four plum cultivars.", J. Agric. Sci. Mansoura Univ.,, vol. 25, issue 12, pp. 8063-8075., 2000. Abstract
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Zohdy, N. Z. M., and M. Matter, "Histopathological changes of the alimentary canal of Culex pipiens larvae caused by Bacillus thuringiensis var israelensis", Egypt. J. Parasit. , vol. 5, issue 1, pp. 109-113, 1982.
Zohdi, H. F., F. A. Khalifa, A. O. Abdelhamid, and A. El-Tourgman, "Heterocycles from Nitrileoxides: Synthesis of some new isoxazoles, pyrrolo[3,4-d]isoxazoles and isoxazolo[3,4-d]pyridazines", J. Chem. Res. , pp. (S), 322 , 1991.
Zohdi, H. F., F. A. Khalifa, A. O. Abdelhamide, and A.A.El-Tourgman, "Heterocycles from Nitrile Oxides: Synthesis of some New Isoxazoles, pyrrolidino[3,4-d]isoxazoles and Isoxazolo[3,4-d]pyridazines", J. Chem. Res., pp. (S)322, 1991.
Zickri, M., N. Refaat, and N. A. W. Ahmad, "Histological and Immunohistochemical Study on the Effect of Alpha Tochopherol (vitamin E) on Doxorubicin (Adriamycin) Induced Nephrotoxicity in Albino Rat", The 27th Scientific Conference of the Egyptian Society of Histology and Cytology, Ain Shams University, 25 December, 2003.
Zickri, M., O. Guirguis, and N. ElKes, "Histo-Bio-Physico-Chemical Study on the Liver of Mice Exposed to a Static Magnetic Field.", The Medical Journal of Kasr El-Aini, vol. 4, issue 2 May, pp. 467-483, 1998.
Zickri, P. D. M. B., P. D. R. K. E. L. - D. A. EL-Nour, D. D. F. A. - E. - M. EL-Deeb, and A. M. A. ElHamid, Histological Study on the Effect of Erythropoietin in Isoproterenol Induced Myocardial Injury in Male Rats: Possible Role of Endogenous Stem Cells, , cairo, Cairo University,Faculty of Medicine, 2014. 1-abstract.docx
Zickri, M., N. A. W. Ahmad, and D. ElDeeb, "Histological and Immunohistochemical Study on the Rat Kupffer Cell In Response to Short and Long Term Ethanol Administration", The Egyptian Journal of Histology, vol. 28, issue 2, pp. 155-166, 2005.
Zickri, M., D. Abd El-aziz, and H. Gabr, "Histological Experimental study on the Effect of Stem Cell Therapy on Adriamycin induced chemobrain", International Journal of Stem cells, vol. 6, issue 2, pp. 104-112, 2013.
Zhang, Y., M. El-Far, F. P. Dupuy, M. S. Abdel-Hakeem, Z. He, F. A. Procopio, Y. Shi, E. K. Haddad, P. Ancuta, R. - P. Sekaly, et al., "HCV RNA Activates APCs via TLR7/TLR8 While Virus Selectively Stimulates Macrophages Without Inducing Antiviral Responses.", Scientific Reports, vol. 6, pp. 1-13, 2016. AbstractWebsite

The innate and adaptive immune systems fail to control HCV infection in the majority of infected
individuals. HCV is an ssRNA virus, which suggests a role for Toll-like receptors (TLRs) 7 and 8 in
initiating the anti-viral response. Here we demonstrate that HCV genomic RNA harbours specific
sequences that initiate an anti-HCV immune response through TLR7 and TLR8 in various antigen
presenting cells. Conversely, HCV particles are detected by macrophages, but not by monocytes and
DCs, through a TLR7/8 dependent mechanism; this leads to chloroquine sensitive production of proinflammatory
cytokines including IL-1β, while the antiviral type I Interferon response is not triggered in
these cells. Antibodies to DC-SIGN, a c-type lectin selectively expressed by macrophages but not pDCs
or mDCs, block the production of cytokines. Novel anti-HCV vaccination strategies should target the
induction of TLR7/8 stimulation in APCs in order to establish potent immune responses against HCV.

Zhang, J., "Human-centered computing in health information systems: {Part} 2: {Evaluation}", Journal of Biomedical Informatics, vol. 38, pp. 173–175, 2005. Abstract
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Zekri, A. - R. N. a, A. A. b Bahnassy, S. M. c Shaarawy, O. A. f Mansour, M. A. d Maduar, H. M. e Khaled, and O. f El-Ahmadi, "Hepatitis C virus genotyping in relation to neu-oncoprotein overexpression and the development of hepatocellular carcinoma", Journal of Medical Microbiology, vol. 49, no. 1, pp. 89-95, 2000. AbstractWebsite

The distribution of hepatitis C virus (HCV) genotypes among Egyptian patients positive for anti-HCV was determined and their influence, when combined with neu-oncoprotein overexpression, on the development of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) was examined. The study groups included asymptomatic carriers (ASC) and patients with chronic active hepatitis (CAH) and HCC. HCV genomes were detected in the sera of 27 ASC, 29 CAH and 33 HCC patients known to have HCV infection defined by EIA and recombinant immunoblotting techniques (Inno-LiA) as well as by reverse transcriptase (RT)-PCR. The HCV genotype was determined by a reverse hybridisation technique (Inno-LiPA I and II), whereas neu-overexpression was detected by the Oncogene Science EIA Kit. Eighty-nine patients were eligible for HCV genotyping; 75 patients (84.3%) were infected with a single genotype, including 1a in 11 patients (12.4%), 1b in 2 patients (2.2%) and 2a in 10 patients (11.2%). Genotype 4 (a or c + d) was detected in 51 patients (57.3%) and only one patient had genotype 10a (1.2%). Fourteen patients (15.7%) showed mixed infection; eight of them had 1a + 4 (a or c + d) and four had 2a + 4 (a or c + d); the remaining two cases had 1a + 2a and 1b + 2a. The results revealed an increased incidence of genotype 4 in CAH and HCC patients in comparison with ASC. There was also a significant overexpression of neu-oncoprotein in CAH and HCC patients compared with ASC, which was significantly associated with subtype 4 infection. The results suggest that infection with subtype 1a and 4 HCV may be considered a risk factor for the induction of neu-overexpression and subsequent development of HCC.

Zekri, A. R., A. A. Bahnassy, S. M. Shaarawy, O. A. Mansour, M. A. Maduar, H. M. Khaled, and O. El-Ahmadi, "Hepatitis C virus genotyping in relation to neu-oncoprotein overexpression and the development of hepatocellular carcinoma.", Journal of medical microbiology, vol. 49, issue 1, pp. 89-95, 2000 Jan. Abstract

The distribution of hepatitis C virus (HCV) genotypes among Egyptian patients positive for anti-HCV was determined and their influence, when combined with neu-oncoprotein overexpression, on the development of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) was examined. The study groups included asymptomatic carriers (ASC) and patients with chronic active hepatitis (CAH) and HCC. HCV genomes were detected in the sera of 27 ASC, 29 CAH and 33 HCC patients known to have HCV infection defined by EIA and recombinant immunoblotting techniques (Inno-LiA) as well as by reverse transcriptase (RT)-PCR. The HCV genotype was determined by a reverse hybridisation technique (Inno-LiPA I and II), whereas neu-overexpression was detected by the Oncogene Science EIA Kit. Eighty-nine patients were eligible for HCV genotyping; 75 patients (84.3%) were infected with a single genotype, including 1a in 11 patients (12.4%), 1b in 2 patients (2.2%) and 2a in 10 patients (11.2%). Genotype 4 (a or c+d) was detected in 51 patients (57.3%) and only one patient had genotype 10a (1.2%). Fourteen patients (15.7%) showed mixed infection; eight of them had 1a+4 (a or c+d) and four had 2a+4 (a or c+d); the remaining two cases had 1a+2a and 1b+2a. The results revealed an increased incidence of genotype 4 in CAH and HCC patients in comparison with ASC. There was also a significant overexpression of neu-oncoprotein in CAH and HCC patients compared with ASC, which was significantly associated with subtype 4 infection. The results suggest that infection with subtype 1a and 4 HCV may be considered a risk factor for the induction of neu-overexpression and subsequent development of HCC.

Zekri, A. - R. N. a, A. A. b Bahnassy, S. M. c Shaarawy, O. A. f Mansour, M. A. d Maduar, H. M. e Khaled, and O. f El-Ahmadi, "Hepatitis C virus genotyping in relation to neu-oncoprotein overexpression and the development of hepatocellular carcinoma", Journal of Medical Microbiology, vol. 49, no. 1, pp. 89-95, 2000. AbstractWebsite

The distribution of hepatitis C virus (HCV) genotypes among Egyptian patients positive for anti-HCV was determined and their influence, when combined with neu-oncoprotein overexpression, on the development of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) was examined. The study groups included asymptomatic carriers (ASC) and patients with chronic active hepatitis (CAH) and HCC. HCV genomes were detected in the sera of 27 ASC, 29 CAH and 33 HCC patients known to have HCV infection defined by EIA and recombinant immunoblotting techniques (Inno-LiA) as well as by reverse transcriptase (RT)-PCR. The HCV genotype was determined by a reverse hybridisation technique (Inno-LiPA I and II), whereas neu-overexpression was detected by the Oncogene Science EIA Kit. Eighty-nine patients were eligible for HCV genotyping; 75 patients (84.3%) were infected with a single genotype, including 1a in 11 patients (12.4%), 1b in 2 patients (2.2%) and 2a in 10 patients (11.2%). Genotype 4 (a or c + d) was detected in 51 patients (57.3%) and only one patient had genotype 10a (1.2%). Fourteen patients (15.7%) showed mixed infection; eight of them had 1a + 4 (a or c + d) and four had 2a + 4 (a or c + d); the remaining two cases had 1a + 2a and 1b + 2a. The results revealed an increased incidence of genotype 4 in CAH and HCC patients in comparison with ASC. There was also a significant overexpression of neu-oncoprotein in CAH and HCC patients compared with ASC, which was significantly associated with subtype 4 infection. The results suggest that infection with subtype 1a and 4 HCV may be considered a risk factor for the induction of neu-overexpression and subsequent development of HCC.

Zekri, A. - R. N., M. M. Hafez, N. I. Mohamed, Z. K. Hassan, M. H. El-Sayed, M. M. Khaled, and T. Mansour, "Hepatitis B virus (HBV) genotypes in Egyptian pediatric cancer patients with acute and chronic active HBV infection.", Virology journal, vol. 4, pp. 74, 2007. Abstract

BACKGROUND: There are eight genotypes of hepatitis B virus (A-H) and subgenotypes are recognized. Genotyping can be accomplished based on a partial sequence of HBV genome such as the pre-S or S gene. Several methods have been developed and used for HBV genotyping. This study was undertaken to determine the HBV genotypes in Egyptian pediatric cancer patients with acute and chronic liver disease.

METHODS: HBV genotypes were determined in 22 patients who had acute forms of liver disease (AH) and in 48 patients with chronic active hepatitis (CAH). A type-specific primer based the nested-PCR method was employed in the HBV genotyping.

RESULTS: This study showed that HBV infections in pediatric cancer patients are attributed predominantly to viral genotypes D and B that constituted 37.1% and 25.7%, respectively of the total infections. In addition, there was a relatively high prevalence of mixed infections of 15.7% among the studied group especially mixed A/D genotype infections. Genotype D was found significantly more often in patients with CAH than in patients with AH [23/48(47.9%) v 3/22 (13.6%)].

CONCLUSION: These findings show the distribution of HBV A-D genotypes in pediatric cancer Egyptian patients. Furthermore, our results indicate a markedly high prevalence of mixed A/D genotype infections in subjects with CAH and a possible association of mixed infections with the severity of liver diseases.

Zeid, F. A., "Hüttenkalk erhoht die standfestigkeit des Getreides.", Ein Einfluss seiner Kieselsaure Huttenkalk-Mitteilungen, pp. 38–Folge, 1970. Abstract
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Zeid, K. A. M., M. B. Mohamed, and S. M. El-Shall, "Hybrid Au-CdSe and Ag-CdSe Nanoflowers and Core-Shell Nanocrystals via One-Pot Heterogeneous Nucleation and Growth", Small, 2011. Abstract

A general approach, based on heterogeneous nucleation and growth of CdSe nanostructures on Au or Ag nanocrystals, for the synthesis of AuCdSe and AgCdSe hybrid nanostructures is developed. The new approach provides a versatile one-pot route for the synthesis of hybrid nanoflowers consisting of a gold or silver core and multipod CdSe rods or an intact CdSe shell with controlled thickness, depending on the nucleation and growth parameters. At lower growth temperatures such as 150 degrees C, the CdSe clusters are adsorbed on the surface of the metal cores in their surface defects, then multiple arms and branches form, resulting in nanoflower-shaped hybrid structures. Increasing the size of the metal core through the choice of the reducing and capping agents results in an improvement of the interface between the metal and CdSe domains, producing coreshell structures. The growth temperature appears to be the most important factor determining the nature of the interface between the metal and CdSe domains. At relatively high temperatures such as 300 degrees C, the formation of large, faceted Au cores creates preferential growth sites for the CdSe nanocrystalline shell, thus resulting in well-defined AuCdSe coreshell structures with large interfaces between the Au and CdSe domains. The present approach is expected to foster systematic studies of the electronic structures and optical properties of the metal semiconductor hybrid materials for potential applications in photovoltaic and nanoelectronic devices.

Zeid, F. A., "Hüttenkalk erhoht die standfestigkeit des Getreides.", Ein Einfluss seiner Kieselsaure Huttenkalk-Mitteilungen, pp. 38–Folge, 1970. Abstract
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Zayed, M., U. M. Fouda, S. M. Zayed, K. A. Elsetohy, and A. T. Hashem, "Hysteroscopic Myomectomy of Large Submucous Myomas in a 1-Step Procedure Using Multiple Slicing Sessions Technique.", J Minim Invasive Gynecol. 2015, vol. 22, issue 7, pp. 1196-202, 2015.