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Shahin, R. R., and R. M. M. El-Kilani, "Kinetics of ammonium, nitrates and manganese release from different organic composts as affected by sulphur.", Egyptian Journal of Soil Science, vol. 48, pp. 143- 157, 2007. Abstract
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Shahin, R. R., and R. M. M. El-Kilani, "Kinetics of ammonium, nitrates and manganese release from different organic composts as affected by sulphur.", Egyptian Journal of Soil Science, vol. 48, pp. 143- 157, 2007. Abstract
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Mahmoud M. A Mohamed., M. S. M., A. A. Shoukry, and M. M. Shoukry, "Kinetics of base hydrolysis of  –amino acid esters catalyzed by the copper(II) complex of N,N,N',N'-Tetramethylethylenediamine (Me4en", International journal of chemical kinetics , vol. 38, issue 12, pp. 737-745, 2006.
Shoukry, A. A., M. M. Shoukry, and M. N. Hafez, "Kinetics of base hydrolysis of -amino acid esters catalyzed by palladium(II) piperazine complex ", Central European Journal of Chemistry , , vol. 8, issue 4, pp. 797-805, 2010.
Mahmoud, H. K., Y. H. Elnahass, M. Abdel Moaty, R. Abdel Fattah, M. El Emary, and W. El Metnawy, "Kinetics of BCR-ABL Transcripts in Imatinib Mesylate treated Chronic Phase CML (CPCML), a Predictor of Response and Progression free Survival", International journal of biomedical science, vol. 5, issue 3, pp. 223-228. , 2009. Abstract

Purpose: To assess the kinetics of molecular response to Imatinib Mesylate (IM) therapy in predicting progression free survival (PFS), sustained hematological, and cytogenetic responses in CPCML. Methods: Ninety five newly diagnosed CPCML Egyptian patients were treated with IM 400 mg daily dose. Cytogenetic analysis was performed at diagnosis and every 6 months. Molecular monitoring by RT-QPCR was performed at diagnosis and every 3 months during a median follow-up period (FUp) of 26 months. Mutation detection of ABL domain was performed by ASO-PCR. Results: Hematological response was 98% after three months of IM therapy. Out of 95 patients 59 showed 2 log reduction of BCR-ABL/ABL ratio after 6 months of whom 49 (83%) had complete cytogenetic response (CCyR) and 42 (71%) had major molecular response (MMR) at 12 months. BCR-ABL transcripts remained undetectable in 22 patients (39%) at 26 months. Among the remaining 34 patients not achieving 2 log reduction at 6 months only 5 (15%) had CCyR and MMR by 12 months. ABL domain mutations were detected in 11/15 (73%) resistant and suboptimal responding patients. Achieving 2 log reduction after 6 months of IM therapy significantly correlated with sustained cytogenetic and molecular responses (p<0.0001), with PFS at 2 years (p<0.03) and inversely with ABL gene mutations (p<0.001). Discussion: These data demonstrated the predictive value of early molecular response to IM in CPCML regarding disease course and PFS. A 2 log reduction at 6 months of IM treatment could be a cut off level predicting resistance, CCyR, or suggesting IM dose modification.

Mahmoud, H. K., Y. El Nahas, M. Abdel Moaty, R. Abdel Fattah, M. El Emary, and W. El Metnawy, "Kinetics of BCR-ABL Transcripts in Imatinib Mesylate treated Chronic Phase CML (CPCML), A Predictor of Response and Progression Free Survival.", International journal of biomedical science : IJBS, vol. 5, issue 3, pp. 223-8, 2009 Sep. Abstract

PURPOSE: To assess the kinetics of molecular response to Imatinib Mesylate (IM) therapy in predicting progression free survival (PFS), sustained hematological, and cytogenetic responses in CPCML.

METHODS: Ninety five newly diagnosed CPCML Egyptian patients were treated with IM 400 mg daily dose. Cytogenetic analysis was performed at diagnosis and every 6 months. Molecular monitoring by RT-QPCR was performed at diagnosis and every 3 months during a median follow-up period (FUp) of 26 months. Mutation detection of ABL domain was performed by ASO-PCR.

RESULTS: Hematological response was 98% after three months of IM therapy. Out of 95 patients 59 showed 2 log reduction of BCR-ABL/ABL ratio after 6 months of whom 49 (83%) had complete cytogenetic response (CCyR) and 42 (71%) had major molecular response (MMR) at 12 months. BCR-ABL transcripts remained undetectable in 22 patients (39%) at 26 months. Among the remaining 34 patients not achieving 2 log reduction at 6 months only 5 (15%) had CCyR and MMR by 12 months. ABL domain mutations were detected in 11/15 (73%) resistant and suboptimal responding patients. Achieving 2 log reduction after 6 months of IM therapy significantly correlated with sustained cytogenetic and molecular responses (p<0.0001), with PFS at 2 years (p<0.03) and inversely with ABL gene mutations (p<0.001).

DISCUSSION: These data demonstrated the predictive value of early molecular response to IM in CPCML regarding disease course and PFS. A 2 log reduction at 6 months of IM treatment could be a cut off level predicting resistance, CCyR, or suggesting IM dose modification.

Mahmoud, H., Y. El Nahas, M. Abdel Moaty, R. Abdel Fattah, M. El Emary, and W. El Metnawy, "Kinetics of BCR-ABL Transcripts in Imatinib Mesylate treated Chronic Phase CML (CPCML), A Predictor of Response and Progression Free Survival.", International journal of biomedical science : IJBS, vol. 5, issue 3, pp. 223-8, 2009 Sep. Abstract

PURPOSE: To assess the kinetics of molecular response to Imatinib Mesylate (IM) therapy in predicting progression free survival (PFS), sustained hematological, and cytogenetic responses in CPCML.

METHODS: Ninety five newly diagnosed CPCML Egyptian patients were treated with IM 400 mg daily dose. Cytogenetic analysis was performed at diagnosis and every 6 months. Molecular monitoring by RT-QPCR was performed at diagnosis and every 3 months during a median follow-up period (FUp) of 26 months. Mutation detection of ABL domain was performed by ASO-PCR.

RESULTS: Hematological response was 98% after three months of IM therapy. Out of 95 patients 59 showed 2 log reduction of BCR-ABL/ABL ratio after 6 months of whom 49 (83%) had complete cytogenetic response (CCyR) and 42 (71%) had major molecular response (MMR) at 12 months. BCR-ABL transcripts remained undetectable in 22 patients (39%) at 26 months. Among the remaining 34 patients not achieving 2 log reduction at 6 months only 5 (15%) had CCyR and MMR by 12 months. ABL domain mutations were detected in 11/15 (73%) resistant and suboptimal responding patients. Achieving 2 log reduction after 6 months of IM therapy significantly correlated with sustained cytogenetic and molecular responses (p<0.0001), with PFS at 2 years (p<0.03) and inversely with ABL gene mutations (p<0.001).

DISCUSSION: These data demonstrated the predictive value of early molecular response to IM in CPCML regarding disease course and PFS. A 2 log reduction at 6 months of IM treatment could be a cut off level predicting resistance, CCyR, or suggesting IM dose modification.

Mahmoud, H. K., Y. H. El Nahas, M. A. Samra, R. M. Abdelfattah, M. A. ElEmary, and W. H. El-Metnawy, "Kinetics Of BCR-ABL Transcripts In Patients with Chronic Phase CML (CML-CP) Treated With Imatinib Mesylate (Im): A Predictor Of Response And Progression Free Survival (PFS)", Haematologica, vol. 94, issue S2, pp. 573: Abst 1473., 2009.
Magid, H. A. M., R. E. A. Sabrah, A. R. H. El Nadi, S. I. Abdel-Aal, and R. K. Rabic, "Kinetics of biodegradation rates of chicken manure and municipal refuse in a sandy soil", Journal of Arid Environments, vol. 28, issue 2: Academic Press, pp. 163-171, 1994. Abstract
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Magid, H. A. M., R. E. A. Sabrah, A. R. H. El Nadi, S. I. Abdel-Aal, and R. K. Rabic, "Kinetics of biodegradation rates of chicken manure and municipal refuse in a sandy soil", Journal of Arid Environments, vol. 28, issue 2: Academic Press, pp. 163-171, 1994. Abstract
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Mohamed, E. F. Z., and M. F. Abadir, "kinetics of combustion of banana peels", Journal of Engineering and Applied Science, vol. 67, issue 7, pp. 1803-1820, 2020.
Khalek, A. A. A., M. M. Hefny, A. S. Mogoda, and G. A. El-Mahdy, "Kinetics of dissolution and impedance behavior of anodic oxide films on hafnium in oxalate media.", J. Fac. Sci., UAE Univ., vol. 7, pp. 38, 1995.
Saidy, E. M. I., H. S. ElSersy, and M. F. Abadir, "Kinetics of dissolution of clinker components in some aggressive Solutions", International Journal of Applied Chemistry, vol. 3, issue 2, pp. 167-172, 2007.
Medany, S. S., W. A. Badawy, and K. M. Ismail, "Kinetics of elctropolymerization of 1-amino-9,10-anthraquinone", International journal of chemical kinetics, vol. 43, pp. 141-146, 2011.
Badawy, W. A., K. M. Ismail, and S. S. Medany, "Kinetics of Electropolymerization of 1-Amino-9, 10-Anthraquinone", Int. J. Chem. Kinetics, 2011. Abstract

1-amino-9, 10-anthraquinone, AAQ, was electropolymerized on platinum substrates either from aqueous or non-aqueous electrolytes. The aqueous electrolyte was 6.0 mol L-1 H2SO4 and the non-aqueous solvent was acetonitrile containing lithium perchlorate, LiClO4, as supporting electrolyte. The formed polyaminoanthraquinone, PAAQ, was stable and the polymerization process was reproducible. The kinetics of the electropolymerization process was investigated by determining the charge consumed during the electropolymerization as a function of time at different concentrations of the electrolyte components. The results of chronoamperometry have been used to determine the orders of reaction. In either aqueous or non-aqueous solution, the electropolymerization process follows first order kinetics with respect to the monomer concentration. In non-aqueous solution, the very small concentrations of water did not affect the order of reaction. The order of reaction with respect to the traces of water and the supporting electrolyte concentration was found to be zero. In aqueous solution the order of the electropolymerization reaction with respect to the concentration of H2SO4 was found to be negative (-0.66) which means that the aqueous electrolyte inhibits the polymerization reaction.

Aly, S., S. Amin, S. El Sherbiny, and M. Abadir, "Kinetics of isothermal oxidation of WC-20Co hot-pressed compacts in air.", Journal of Thermal Analysis & Calorimetry, vol. 118, issue 3: Springer Nature, pp. 1543 - 1549, 2014/12//. AbstractWebsite

The present paper presents an isothermal analysis of the oxidation behavior in which hot-pressed compacts rather than powders are used over the temperature range 700-850 °C. This was done to better simulate the extent of oxidation occurring on use. WC-Co powders were first subjected to non-isothermal kinetic analysis to follow the oxidation mechanism. In the isothermal runs, a thermobalance was used to follow up the mass with time at different constant temperatures. The diameter of compacts was measured as function of time at these temperatures, and a simple model was proposed to relate the diameters to extent of oxidation. Two reactions were found to take place that are controlled by chemical reaction at interface: Oxidation of cobalt and oxidation of WC with the formation of WO and CoWO. The activation energies for the two steps of oxidation were calculated and found to equal 157 kJ mol and 205 kJ mol, respectively. These values are in reasonable agreement with published data for WC-Co powders. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]Copyright of Journal of Thermal Analysis & Calorimetry is the property of Springer Nature and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. This abstract may be abridged. No warranty is given about the accuracy of the copy. Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract. (Copyright applies to all Abstracts.)

Aly, S. T., S. K. Amin, E. S. A. Sherbiny, and M. F. Abadir, "Kinetics of isothermal oxidation of WC–20Co hot-pressed compacts in air", Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, vol. 118, issue 3, pp. 1543-1549, 2014.
Harith, M. A., J. P. Zhang, S. U. Campisano, and H. - J. Klaar, "Kinetics of Ni2Si growth from pure Ni and Ni (V) films on (111) and (100) Si", Applied Physics A, vol. 42, no. 1: Springer, pp. 35–39, 1987. Abstract
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Allah, G. A. G., and A. H. A. El-Rahman, "Kinetics of Open-Circuit Barrier Layer Formation on Metallic Surface in Aqueous Solutions", Corrosion NACE, issue 43, 1987.
Younis, S. S., A. M. Khater, E. M. A. Masry, A. N. Mahdy, and M. F. Abadir, "Kinetics of oxidation of Cr3B4 cermets cemented by different metallic binders: Part I. Using iron as a binder", Thermochimica Acta, vol. 180, pp. 269-280, 1991.
Younis, S. S., A. M. Khater, E. M. A. Masry, A. N. Mahdy, and M. F. Abadir, "Kinetics of oxidation of Cr3B4 cermets cemented by different metallic binders: Part II. Using nickel and cobalt as a binders", Thermochimica Acta, vol. 189, pp. 271-280, 1991.
Mahmoud, M. A., and Y. E. E. Gamal, "Kinetics of plasma formation in sodium vapor excited by nanosecond resonant laser pulses", Indian J Phys , vol. 86, issue 7, pp. 659–666 , 2012. fulltext1indian_journal_of_pure_physics.pdf
Abd-El-Hamid, M. A., and R. R. Shahin, "Kinetics of potassium desorption from torrifluvents and calciorthids under wet and wet-dry conditions", Bulletin of Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo Univ.(Egypt), 1993. Abstract
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Abd-El-Hamid, M. A., and R. R. Shahin, "Kinetics of potassium desorption from torrifluvents and calciorthids under wet and wet-dry conditions", Bulletin of Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo Univ.(Egypt), 1993. Abstract
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