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Abdel-Salam, G. M. H., M. S. Zaki, S. N. Saleem, and K. R. Gaber, "Microcephaly, malformation of brain development and intracranial calcification in sibs: Pseudo-TORCH or a new syndrome", American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A, vol. 146, no. 22: Wiley Online Library, pp. 2929–2936, 2008. Abstract
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Abdel-Salam, A. M., "Mechanical transmission of two Egyptian isolates of beet curly top and tomato yellow leaf curl viruses.", Bull. Fac. Agric., Univ. Cairo, vol. 41, pp. 825–842, 1990. Abstract
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Abdel-Salam, Z., S. A. Attala, E. Daoud, and M. A. Harith, "Monitoring of somatic cells in milk via laser analytical techniques for the early detection of mastitis", dairy science and technology: Springer, 2015. Abstract7.pdf

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Abdel-Salam, S. A. M., Milk production characteristics of a Holstein Friesian herd in Egypt., : M.Sc. Thesis, Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo Univ., 2000. Abstract
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Abdel-Salam, A. B., and H. M. B. A. Zaki, "Microbiological Quality of Crepe Sandwich in Relation to Safety and Hygiene", Egyptian Journal of Food Safety, vol. 4, issue 2, pp. 1-9, 2017.
Abdel-Sattar, E., E. A. Mahrous, M. M. Thabet, D. Y. M. Elnaggar, A. M. Youssef, R. Elhawary, S. A. Zaitone, Celia Rodríguez-Pérez, A. Segura-Carretero, and R. H. Mekky, Methanolic extracts of a selected Egyptian Vicia faba cultivar mitigate the oxidative/inflammatory burden and afford neuroprotection in a mouse model of Parkinson’s disease, , 2020. AbstractWebsite

Vicia faba L. is a legume from the family Fabaceae. Ancient Egyptians consumed fava beans thousands of years ago and they are still one of the most popular foods in Egypt. The current study examined the anti-Parkinson effect of 80% methanolic extracts of seeds or sprouts of the fava ‘Sakha 3 ‘cultivar which has been selected based on the total phenol content among three cultivars tested. In addition, the extracts were characterized by reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography coupled with diode array detection and quadrupole-time-of-flight-mass spectrometry (RP-HPLC–DAD-QTOF-MS). Three doses (200, 400, and 600 mg/kg) of 80% methanol extracts of seeds or sprouts of the Sakha 3 cultivar were evaluated in rotenone–Parkinsonian mice from behavioral, biochemical, and histopathological aspects. The extract of fava sprouts (600 mg/kg dose) showed the most beneficial effect. It improved motor activity, enhanced striatal dopamine level, and decreased the striatal malondialdehyde, as well as the expression of the inflammatory markers, compared with the rotenone control group and groups receiving lower therapeutic doses of the extracts or l-Dopa. In addition, these findings were supported by a histopathological investigation which indicated that mice treated with the 600-mg/kg dose of the sprout extract showed a low number of degenerated neurons. The application of RP-HPLC–DAD-QTOF-MS and mass/mass spectroscopy enabled the metabolic profiling of the sprouts and seeds of the ‘Sakha 3′ cultivar. It is obvious that germination increased the amounts of phenolic acids, saponins, and aromatic amino acids, together with a dramatic increase in flavonoids. In conclusion, the 80% methanolic extract of sprouts of the fava “Sakha 3” cultivar may be a promising candidate for treating Parkinsonism if appropriate safety data are available.

Abdel-Sattar, E., "Minor Alicyclic Diterpene Acidsfrom Conyza incana", Monatshefte für Chemie/Chemical Monthly, vol. 132, no. 9: Springer-Verlag, pp. 1095–1099, 2001. Abstract
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Abdel-Shafi, I. R., E. Y. Shoeib, S. S. Attia, J. M. Rubio, Y. Edmardash, and A. A. El-Badry, "MOSQUITO IDENTIFICATION AND MOLECULAR XENOMONITORING OF LYMPHATIC FILARIASIS IN SELECTED ENDEMIC AREAS IN GIZA AND QUALIOUBIYA GOVERNORATES, EGYPT.", Journal of the Egyptian Society of Parasitology, vol. 46, issue 1, pp. 93-100, 2016 Apr. Abstract

Lymphatic filariasis is a vector-borne health problem that has been focally endemic in Egypt for centuries. The chief vectors of transmission are Culicinae species. Control measures in the form of mass drug administration of DEC citrate treatment have been implemented in Nile delta for almost a decade. This study aimed to identify the prevalent mosquito species in endemic areas in Giza and Qualioubiya governorates and to monitor Wuchereria bancrofti infection by detecting the parasite DNA in collected mosquitoes. Adult mosquitoes were collected using light traps hung indoors. Microscopic examination was performed to identify and examine the morphologic characters of mosquitoes. Female Culex mosquitoes were subjected to semi-nested PCR to detect filarial DNA targeting repetitive DNA sequences (pWbl2 repetitive region) specific for W. bancrofti. The results revealed 3 species of mosquitoes Culex pipiens, Culex pusillus and Culex quinquefasciatus with the predominance of Culex pipiens (85.7%). Wuchereria bancrofti DNA was not detected in any of the collected mosquito pools. With progress of elimination programme in Nile Delta, follow up studies with larger sample size are recommended as the predominance of Culex pipiens the main lymphatic filariasis vector remains a risk of transmission in such areas.

Abdel-Shafi, I. R., E. Y. Shoeib, S. S. Attia, J. M. Rubio, Y. Edmardash, and A. A. El-Badry, "Molecular identification and phylogenetic analysis of Wuchereria bancrofti from human blood samples in Egypt", Parasitol Res., vol. 116, issue 3, pp. 963–970, 2017.
Abdel-Shafi, I. R., E. Y. Shoeib, S. S. Attia, J. M. Rubio, Y. Edmardash, and A. A. El-Badry, "MOSQUITO IDENTIFICATION AND MOLECULAR XENOMONITORING OF LYMPHATIC FILARIASIS IN SELECTED ENDEMIC AREAS IN GIZA AND QUALIOUBIYA GOVERNORATES, EGYPT", Journal of the Egyptian Society of Parasitology, vol. 46, issue 1, pp. 87-94, 2016.
Abdel-Shafi, I. R., E. Y. Shoieb, S. S. Attia, J. M. Rubio, T. - H. Ta-Tang, and A. A. El-Badry, "Molecular identification and phylogenetic analysis of Wuchereria bancrofti from human blood samples in Egypt", Parasitology Research, vol. 116, issue 3, pp. 963-970, 2017. art3a10.10072fs00436-017-5372-7.pdf
Abdel-Tawab, F. M., A. Abo-Doma, A. I. Allam, Mona H Hussein, and S. H. Abd El-Aziz, "Molecular genetic characterization of some loci controlling total biomass and brix in sweet sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L.).", Proc. Int. Conf. Genet. Eng & Appl. (April 8 -11, 2004).Sharm El-Sheigh, Saina, Egypt:, pp. 239 - 250, 2004. Abstract
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Abdel-Wahab, E. A. M., N. A. Z. Aly, M. A. Ibrahim, and T. M. El-Saeed, "Manual Hyperinflation, A Novel Technique in Physiotherapy of Pediatric Post Cardiac Surgery Patients", The Egyptian Journal of Hospital Medicine, vol. 85, issue 1, pp. 2907-2911, 2021.
Abdel-Wahab, M. M., "Modeling diffuse solar radiation ASRE86.", March 23-26,Cairo, Egypt, vol. Vol.1, , pp. No. 5, 1986.
Abdel-Wahab, M. M., K. H. A. L. E. D. S. M. ESSA, M. EMBABY, and S. A. W. S. A. N. E. M. ELSAID, "Maximum crosswind integrated ground level concentration in two stability classes, ", MAUSAM,, vol. 64, issue 4, pp. 655-662, 2013.
Abdelaal, S. E., F. M. Habib, A. G. A. el Din, S. M. Gabal, N. S. Hassan, and N. A. Ibrahim, "MDM2 Expression in Serous and Mucinous Epithelial Tumours of the Ovary.", Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention : APJCP, vol. 17, issue 7, pp. 3295-300, 2016. Abstract

BACKGROUND: Different types of cancer exhibit abnormalities in cell cycle regulators. The murine double minute2(MDM2) cell cycle regulator is a protooncogene that negatively regulates the P53 tumour suppressor gene. Surface epithelial tumours constitute approximately two thirds of ovarian neoplasms. Each histologic type can be classified as benign, borderline and malignant. This study aimed to examine immunohistochemical expression of the MDM2 protein in ovarian serous and mucinous epithelial tumours (benign, borderline and malignant).

MATERIALS AND METHODS: This study included forty five ovarian tumours, subdivided into fifteen cystadenomas (5 serous and 10 mucinous), fifteen borderline tumours (11 serous and 4 mucinous) and fifteen cystadenocarcinomas (9 serous and 6 mucinous). Paraffin sections were stained with haematoxylin and eosin for histopathologic study, and with mouse monoclonal antiMDM2 antibody for immunohistochemistry.

RESULTS: MDM2 positivity was detected in 28.9% of the studied ovarian tumours. All benign tumours were negative and positivity was significantly higher in malignant than borderline tumours (P value of chisquare test =0.000). Significantly, all MDM2 positive mucinous tumours were malignant with no positive mucinous borderline tumours. Malignant tumours showed positive MDM2 expression in 83.3% of mucinous type and in 55.6% of serous type. Borderline serous tumours showed negative MDM2 in 72.7% of cases (P value of Z test =0.04).

CONCLUSIONS: Alterations in the expression of the cell cycle regulator (MDM2) occur early in the process of tumourigenesis in serous and mucinous ovarian tumours. We suggest that MDM2 may be used in those tumours as a marker for risk stratification and identification of cases with cancer development and progression. We recommend further studies on MDM2 immunohistochemistry, in conjunction with adjuvant methods as DNA ploidy and FISH gene amplification, focusing on the mucinous tumours and differentiating between the three tumour categories, benign, borderline and malignant.

Abdelaal, A., N. Mossad, H. A. Hafez, and N. Elsayed, "Mannose-binding lectin exon 1 polymorphisms in Egyptian patients with chronic hepatitis C virus infection", Comparative Clinical Pathology, vol. 23, no. 5, pp. 1339–1342, 2014. AbstractWebsite

Persistent infection with hepatitis C virus (HCV) is a major cause of liver cirrhosis and subsequently liver cancer. Mannose-binding lectin 2 (MBL2) plays an important role in innate immunity, and its genetic polymorphisms are associated with deficient serum level of MBL2 and with frequent and prolonged infections. This study was undertaken to investigate the association between polymorphisms of MBL2 gene and hepatitis C virus infection and its association with response to treatment. We determined MBL2 gene polymorphism within exon 1 in 51 Egyptian patients with chronic hepatitis C virus infection and 49 healthy blood donors. MBL2 gene mutations were determined by means of polymerase chain reaction and restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis. Codons 52 and 54 mutant genotypes were significantly lower in HCV cases: odds ratio (OR) 0.28, 95 {%} confidence interval (CI) 0.10 to 0.76, pþinspace}=þinspace}0.012; and OR 0.15, 95 {%} CI 0.04 to 0.55, pþinspace}=þinspace}0.004, respectively. While codon 57 mutant genotypes were significantly higher in HCV cases: OR 4.54, 95 {%} CI 1.56 to 13.23, and pþinspace}=þinspace}0.006. MBL2 mutant genotypes at codons 52 and 54 are a protective factor for HCV infection, while MBL2 mutant genotypes at codon 57 are a risk factor for HCV infection. MBL2 D allele at codon 52 and B allele at codon 54 are a protective factor for HCV infection, while C allele at codon 57 is a risk factor for HCV infection.

Abdelaal, A. O., and I. A. W. Radi, "Microbial Growth in Eye Sockets Rehabilitated by Versacryl Lined Ocular Prosthesis (A case series).", مؤتمرات كلية طب الفم والأسنان, 2013. Abstract
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Abdelaal, A. O., and I. A. W. Radi, "Microbial Growth in Eye Sockets Rehabilitated by Versacryl Lined Ocular Prosthesis (A case series).", مؤتمرات كلية طب الفم والأسنان, 2013. Abstract
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Abdelaal, A. G. E., N. A. Eldosoky, A. A. Zayed, and M. A. A. A. Aleem, Medicolegal Aspects of Blood Stain Pattern., : Cairo University, 2006.
Abdelaal, A., N. Mossad, H. A. Hafez, and N. M. Elsayed, "Mannose - binding lectin exon1 polymorphisms in Egyptian patients with chronic hepatitis C virus infection", Comparative Clinical pathology, vol. 22, issue 4, pp. 1786-5, 2013.
Abdelaal, A. G. E., H. A. Alghamri, S. S. Ghaleb, A. A. Zayed, M. Elgamal, and S. Abdelsatar, "Medicolegal Significance of Diffuse Axonal Injury (DAI). A Forensic, Histopathological and Immunohistochemical Interpretation.", Ain Shams Journal of Forensic Medicine & Clinical Toxicology, 2011.