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Kandil, S. S., S. H. E. Abdel Aleem, and A. M. Ibrahim, Multiple-arm passive filters design based on different reactive power sharing approaches, : IEEE, pp. 147 - 155, 2016. Abstract
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Abou-Dina, M. S., and A. F. Ghaleb, "Multiple wave scattering by submerged obstacles in an infinite channel of finite depth. I. Streamlines.", European Journal of Mechanics, B Fluids, vol. 59, pp. 37-51, 2016. obstacles.pdf
Xue, R., W. Su, X. Pei, L. Huang, A. Elbendary, and Z. Chen, "Multiple verruciform xanthomas following bone marrow transplant.", Indian journal of dermatology, venereology and leprology, vol. 82, issue 2, pp. 208-9, 2016 Mar-Apr.
Xue, R., W. Su, X. Pei, L. Huang, A. Elbendary, and Z. Chen, "Multiple verruciform xanthomas following bone marrow transplant.", Indian journal of dermatology, venereology and leprology, vol. 82, issue 2, pp. 208-9, 2016 Mar-Apr.
Xue, R., W. Su, X. Pei, L. Huang, A. Elbendary, and Z. Chen, "Multiple verruciform xanthomas following bone marrow transplant.", Indian journal of dermatology, venereology and leprology, vol. 82, issue 2, pp. 208-9, 2016.
Nadia A. Fattah1, M. M. Ghobashy*, Abdel-Rehem I. Bayaumi, and Y asser I. Elsayed, "Multiple Suppression Using F.K. and Radon Transformation Techniques Case Study October Oil Field, Gutf of Suez, Egypt. ", BULL: FAC. SCI., CAIRO UNIV, vol. 71, pp. 65-83 , 2003.
Karthika C, H. B, R. MH, A. R, N. A, A. GM, S. AA, A. MF, and A. - D. MM, Multiple strategies with the synergistic approach for addressing colorectal cancer, , 2021.
Abdel-Gawad, H. I., "Multiple solitons structures in optical fibers via PNLSE with a novel truncated M-derivative: modulated wave gain", Optical and Quantum Electronics, vol. 56, no. 5: Springer US, pp. 1–21, 2024. Abstract
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Abdusalam, H. A., "Multiple Soliton Solutions for the Nagumo Equation and the Modified General Burgers-Fisher Equation", Int. Journal of Computational Methods, vol. 3, issue 3, pp. 371-381, 2006.
L, A., and K. C, "The Multiple Sleep Latency Test", Sleep Disorders; Handbook of Clinical Neurophysiology, Amsterdam, Elsevier, 2005.
Abdelkader, H. A., Y. Abdel-Galeil, A. Elbendary, M. El-Mofty, and M. R. E. Abdel-Halim, "Multiple Skin Ulcers in a Rheumatoid Arthritis Patient: Challenge.", The American Journal of dermatopathology, vol. 42(2), pp. e20-e21, 2018 Dec 07, 2020.
Abdelkader, H. A., Y. Abdel-Galeil, A. Elbendary, M. El-Mofty, and M. R. E. Abdel-Halim, "Multiple Skin Ulcers in a Rheumatoid Arthritis Patient: Challenge.", The American Journal of dermatopathology, 2018 Dec 07.
Abdelkader, H. A., Y. Abdel-Galeil, A. Elbendary, M. El-Mofty, and M. R. E. Abdel-Halim, "Multiple Skin Ulcers in a Rheumatoid Arthritis Patient: Challenge", The American Journal of Dermatopathology, 2019.
Issa, M., and A. E. Hassanien, "Multiple Sequence Alignment Optimization Using Meta-Heuristic Techniques", Handbook of Research on Machine Learning Innovations and Trends: IGI Global, pp. 409–423, 2017. Abstract
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Hassan, T. A., S. F. Elkholy, B. E. Mahmoud, and M. Elsherbiny, "Multiple sclerosis and depressive manifestations: can diffusion tensor MR imaging help in the detection of microstructural white matter changes?", Egyptian Journal of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, , vol. 50(1), 31, 2019.
Hoter, A., S. Rizk, and H. Y. Naim, "The Multiple Roles and Therapeutic Potential of Molecular Chaperones in Prostate Cancer.", Cancers, vol. 11, issue 8, 2019. Abstract

Prostate cancer (PCa) is one of the most common cancer types in men worldwide. Heat shock proteins (HSPs) are molecular chaperones that are widely implicated in the pathogenesis, diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment of many cancers. The role of HSPs in PCa is complex and their expression has been linked to the progression and aggressiveness of the tumor. Prominent chaperones, including HSP90 and HSP70, are involved in the folding and trafficking of critical cancer-related proteins. Other members of HSPs, including HSP27 and HSP60, have been considered as promising biomarkers, similar to prostate-specific membrane antigen (PSMA), for PCa screening in order to evaluate and monitor the progression or recurrence of the disease. Moreover, expression level of chaperones like clusterin has been shown to correlate directly with the prostate tumor grade. Hence, targeting HSPs in PCa has been suggested as a promising strategy for cancer therapy. In the current review, we discuss the functions as well as the role of HSPs in PCa progression and further evaluate the approach of inhibiting HSPs as a cancer treatment strategy.

El-Beltagy, M., A. Naiem, and F. Essayadi, Multiple Requests for Content Download in a Live Streaming P2P Network, : Google Patents, dec # " 19", 2012. Abstract
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El-Enany, G., N. A. Nagui, H. R. Nada, and D. Elantably, "Multiple recurrent subcutaneous and joint swellings.", International Journal of Dermatology, 2020. Abstract
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Duncan, D. B., "Multiple range and multiple F tests", Biometrics, vol. 11, issue 1: Wiley, International Biometric Society, pp. 1-42, 1955. Abstract
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Amr, S., E. A. Iarocci, G. R. Nasr, D. 'a Saleh, J. Blancato, K. Shetty, and C. A. Loffredo, "Multiple pregnancies, hepatitis C, and risk for hepatocellular carcinoma in Egyptian women.", BMC cancer, vol. 14, pp. 893, 2014. Abstract

BACKGROUND: The reasons for the worldwide sex disparity in the incidence of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) remain elusive. We investigated the role of multiple pregnancies on the associations between viral hepatitis C (HCV) infection and HCC risk among Egyptian women.

METHODS: We used data collected from blood specimens and questionnaires administered to female HCC cases and controls in Cairo, Egypt, from 1999 through 2009. HCV infection was defined as being sero-positive for either anti-HCV antibodies or HCV-RNA. Using logistic regression models we calculated odds ratios (OR) and 95% confidence intervals (CI) to estimate the associations between being HCV positive and HCC risk, and how it is modified by the number of pregnancies, after adjustment for other factors, including hepatitis B status.

RESULTS: Among 132 confirmed female cases and 669 controls, the risk of HCV-related HCC increased with the number of pregnancies. Women infected with HCV had higher risk for HCC if they had more than five pregnancies, as compared to those who had five or fewer pregnancies (adjusted OR (95% CI): 2.33 (1.29-4.22)). The association of HCV infection with HCC risk was significantly greater among the former (21.42 (10.43-44.00)) than among the latter (6.57 (3.04-14.25)).

CONCLUSION: Having multiple pregnancies increases the risk of HCV-related HCC among Egyptian women, raising questions about the roles of estrogens and other pregnancy-related hormones in modulating HCV infection and its progression to HCC.

Amr, S., E. A. Iarocci, G. R. Nasr, D. ’a Saleh, J. Blancato, and C. A. Loffredo, Multiple pregnancies, hepatitis C, , 2014. Abstractmultiple_pregnancies_hepatitis_c_and_risk_for_hepatocellular_carcinoma_in_egyptian_women.pdf

Background:The reasons for the worldwide sex disparity in the incidence of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC)
remain elusive. We investigated the role of multiple pregnancies on the associations between viral hepatitis C (HCV)
infection and HCC risk among Egyptian women.
Methods:We used data collected from blood specimens and questionnaires administered to female HCC cases
and controls in Cairo, Egypt, from 1999 through 2009. HCV infection was defined as being sero-positive for either
anti-HCV antibodies or HCV-RNA. Using logistic regression models we calculated odds ratios (OR) and 95% confidence
intervals (CI) to estimate the associations between being HCV positive and HCC risk, and how it is modified by the
number of pregnancies, after adjustment for other factors, including hepatitis B status.
Results:Among 132 confirmed female cases and 669 controls, the risk of HCV-related HCC increased with the number
of pregnancies. Women infected with HCV had higher risk for HCC if they had more than five pregnancies, as
compared to those who had five or fewer pregnancies (adjusted OR (95% CI): 2.33 (1.29-4.22)). The association of
HCV infection with HCC risk was significantly greater among the former (21.42 (10.43-44.00)) than among the latter
(6.57 (3.04-14.25)).
Conclusion:Having multiple pregnancies increases the risk of HCV-related HCC among Egyptian women, raising
questions about the roles of estrogens and other pregnancy-related hormones in modulating HCV infection and
its progression to HCC.
Keywords:Hepatocellular carcinoma, Hepatitis C, Epidemiology, Pregnancy, Women’shealth