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El-Sakhawy, F. S., H. A. Kassem, S. H. El-gayed, and M. M. Mostafa, "Headspace Solid Phase Microextraction Analysis of Volatile Compounds of the Aerial Parts and Flowers of Plectranthus neochilus Schltr. and Salvia farinacea Benth.", Journal of essential oil bearing plants , vol. 21:3, issue 0976-5026, pp. 674-686, Submitted. mostafa_et_al.pdf
Mostafa, R. E., A. A. A. Salama, R. F. Abdel-Rahman, and H. A. Ogaly, "Hepato- and neuro-protective influences of biopropolis on thioacetamide-induced acute hepatic encephalopathy in rats", Canadian iournal of physiology and pharmacology, vol. 95, issue 2017, pp. 539–547, Submitted. cjpp-biopropolis.pdf
Afifi, N. A., S. R. Emam, Mostafa A. Shalaby, and H. A. El-banna, "Hepatoprotective and antioxidant effects of Marjorana hortensis plant in CCl4-intoxicated rats", Natural Products , vol. Volume 9, issue Issue 8 , Submitted. mlkhs_lbhth_lmnshwr_13_20.docx
A.H, A., H. D. M. Soad M. Nasr 2, H. Soufy, A. M. Soliman, S. A. Nassar, A. A. Maweri, T. A. H. El-Aziz, and H. M. Desouky, "Hepatoprotective and antioxidant effects of methanol extractof Moringa oleifera leaves in rats", Wulfenia J., vol. 24, issue 3, pp. 249-268, Submitted.
Ramadan, S. I., M.A.Shalaby, N. Afifi, and H. A. El-Banna, "Hepatoprotective and Antioxidant Effects of Silybum marianum", IJAVMS, vol. Vol. 5, issue Issue 6, pp. 541-547, Submitted. 25-1319649745.pdf25-1319649745.pdf
Ghada M. A. Soliman, M. M. H. Khorshid, and T. H. M. Abou-El-Enien, "A Hybrid Ensemble Classification Algorithm Using Grey Wolf Optimizer for Terrorism Prediction", International Journal of Engineering and Technical Research (IJETR), vol. 5, issue 2, pp. 183-190, Submitted. a_hybrid_ensemble_classification_algorithm_using_grey_wolf_optimizer_for_terrorism_prediction.pdf
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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Mohiedden, M., A. M. Said, A. M. Ali, M. A. M. Razik, and M. A. Gad, "Healthcare Workers Infection Rate in the Era of Coronavirus Disease 2019 - in Tertiary Teaching Hospital", Open Access Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences, vol. 9, pp. 651-658., Submitted. aug_2021_healthcare_workers_infection_rate_in_the_era_of_coronavirus_disease_2019_-_in_tertiary_teaching_hospita.pdf
Rao, S. N., M. Singh, Z. M. Meetei, A. Pratap, R. Raja, J. Cao, J. Alzabut, C. Huang, N. H. Sweilam, S. M. Al-Mekhlafi, et al., HE–ELZAKI METHOD FOR SPATIAL DIFFUSION OF BIOLOGICAL POPULATION, , Submitted. Abstract
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El-Shamma, M., E. - S. M. A, E. M. M. EL-Leithy, and Y. H, "Histological, Histochemical and Ultrastructural Studies on the Proventriculus of Ostrich (Struthio camelus)", International Journal of Veterinary Science, vol. 8, issue 4, pp. 308-315, Submitted.
Soliman, G. M. A., T. H. M. Abou-El-Enien, Eid Emary, and M. M. H. Khorshid, "A Hybrid Modified Whale Optimization Algorithm with Simulated Annealing for Terrorism Prediction", Ingénierie des Systèmes d’Information, vol. 24, issue 3, pp. 281-287, Submitted.
Soliman, G. M. A., T. H. M. Abou-El-Enien, Eid Emary, and M. M. H. Khorshid, "A Hybrid Whale Optimization Algorithm with Adaptive Spiral for Terrorism Prediction (The Case of Egypt)", European Journal of Scientific Research, vol. Vol. 149 , issue 2, pp. 165-184, Submitted.
In Press
Alhazek, Y., A. Ibrahim, M. Amer, A. Abubakr, and H. Mostafa, "Hardware Accelerated Epileptic Seizure Detection System Using Support Vector Machine ", IEEE International Conference on Modern Circuits and Systems Technology (MOCAST 2019), Thessaloniki, Greece, In Press.
Mostafa, W. Z., M. I. Assaf, M. R. AbdelHalim, and E. M. Ameen, "Histopathological evidence of involvement of eccrine sweat glands in adverse cutaneous drug reactions", Journal of the Egyptian Women's Dermatologic Society, In Press.
Selmy, M. I., H. Mostafa, and A. A. S. Dessouki, "Hardware Implementation of a Low Power MemristorBased Voltage Controlled Oscillator", IEEE International Conference on Microelectronics (ICM 2019), Cairo, Egypt, In Press.
2023
Abdelkader, N. A., O. M. Younes, S. F. A. E. Mageed, and E. G. El Bana, "Higher Prevalence of Trunk Rotation of the Egyptian Students in Urban Areas than Countryside One", Physiotherapy Quarterly, vol. 31, issue 1, 2023. physitherapy_quarterly2023.pdf
2022
Ghatas, Y., M. Fayek, and M. Hadhoud, "A hybrid deep learning approach for musical difficulty estimation of piano symbolic music", Alexandria Engineering Journal, vol. 61, no. 12: Elsevier {BV}, pp. 10183–10196, dec, 2022. AbstractWebsite
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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
−1
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.

Mehmood, S., W. Ahmed, J. M. Alatalo, M. Mahmood, M. Imtiaz, A. Ditta, E. F. Ali, H. Abdelrahman, M. Slaný, V. Antoniadis, et al., "Herbal plants- and rice straw-derived biochars reduced metal mobilization in fishpond sediments and improved their potential as fertilizers", Science of The Total Environment, vol. 826, pp. 154043, 2022. AbstractWebsite

Fishpond sediments are rich in organic carbon and nutrients; thus, they can be used as potential fertilizers and soil conditioners. However, sediments can be contaminated with toxic elements (TEs), which have to be immobilized to allow sediment reutilization. Addition of biochars (BCs) to contaminated sediments may enhance their nutrient content and stabilize TEs, which valorize its reutilization. Consequently, this study evaluated the performance of BCs derived from Taraxacum mongolicum Hand-Mazz (TMBC), Tribulus terrestris (TTBC), and rice straw (RSBC) for Cu, Cr, and Zn stabilization and for the enhancement of nutrient content in the fishpond sediments from San Jiang (SJ) and Tan Niu (TN), China. All BCs, particularly TMBC, reduced significantly the average concentrations of Cr, Cu, and Zn in the overlying water (up to 51% for Cr, 71% for Cu, and 68% for Zn) and in the sediments pore water (up to 77% for Cr, 76% for Cu, and 50% for Zn), and also reduced metal leachability (up to 47% for Cr, 60% for Cu, and 62% for Zn), as compared to the control. The acid soluble fraction accounted for the highest portion of the total content of Cr (43–44%), Cu (38–43%), and Zn (42–45%), followed by the reducible, oxidizable, and the residual fraction; this indicates the high potential risk. As compared with the control, TMBC was more effective in reducing the average concentrations of the acid soluble Cr (15–22%), Cu (35–53%), and Zn (21–39%). Added BCs altered the metals acid soluble fraction by shifting it to the oxidizable and residual fractions. Moreover, TMBC improved the macronutrient status in both sediments. This work provides a pathway for TEs remediation of sediments and gives novel insights into the utilization of BC-treated fishpond sediments as fertilizers for crop production.