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W, N., S. E, and H. R, "A MICROSCOPIC EXAMINATION TO MONITOR THE HISTORICAL PAPER DYEING TECHNIQUES", SCIENTIFIC CULTURE, Vol. 6, No. 2, (2020), pp. 1-10, vol. Vol.6, pp. 1-10, 2020.
W. Soliman, A., and et al, Molecular detection of the most common bacterial pathogens affecting economically important Egyptian Red Sea fishes, , vol. 25, issue 4, pp. 669 - 688, 2021. AbstractWebsite

The current study aimed to investigate the most common pathogenic bacteria that are naturally infecting wild marine fishes collected at different localities along the coastline zone of Hurghada City, Egypt. A total of 300 samples of marbled spine foot Siganus rivulatus and the Haffara Seabream Rhabdosargus haffara were subjected to clinical and bacteriological examinations. The examined fishes showed the characteristic clinical signs and postmortem lesions of vibriosis and photobacteriosis. Based on the morpho-chemical characterization, bacterial isolates retrieved from the naturally infected fishes were identified as Vibrio spp. and Photobacterium spp. Through sequencing 16S rRNA genes, the identities of bacterial isolates were confirmed as V. alginolyticus, V. vulnificus, P. damselae subsp. damselae and P. damselae subsp < em> piscicida. Vibrio alginolyticus was the most frequent isolated bacterial pathogen and represented 54.4% and 46.7% of the total isolates recovered from S. rivulatus and R. haffara, respectively. Thus, the current study confirmed that Vibrio and Photobacterium species remain the most prevalent bacterial pathogens infecting Egyptian Red Sea fishes.  From food safety perspective, these types of infections could pose potential public health hazards.

W. Soliman, A., and et al, Molecular detection of the most common bacterial pathogens affecting economically important Egyptian Red Sea fishes, , vol. 25, issue 4, pp. 669 - 688, 2021. AbstractWebsite

The current study aimed to investigate the most common pathogenic bacteria that are naturally infecting wild marine fishes collected at different localities along the coastline zone of Hurghada City, Egypt. A total of 300 samples of marbled spine foot Siganus rivulatus and the Haffara Seabream Rhabdosargus haffara were subjected to clinical and bacteriological examinations. The examined fishes showed the characteristic clinical signs and postmortem lesions of vibriosis and photobacteriosis. Based on the morpho-chemical characterization, bacterial isolates retrieved from the naturally infected fishes were identified as Vibrio spp. and Photobacterium spp. Through sequencing 16S rRNA genes, the identities of bacterial isolates were confirmed as V. alginolyticus, V. vulnificus, P. damselae subsp. damselae and P. damselae subsp < em> piscicida. Vibrio alginolyticus was the most frequent isolated bacterial pathogen and represented 54.4% and 46.7% of the total isolates recovered from S. rivulatus and R. haffara, respectively. Thus, the current study confirmed that Vibrio and Photobacterium species remain the most prevalent bacterial pathogens infecting Egyptian Red Sea fishes.  From food safety perspective, these types of infections could pose potential public health hazards.

Wadie, B. S., A. M. Badawi, and M. A. Ghoneim, "The myth of prostate symptom scores, a look at the future", British Urology Association Symposium, 2000. Abstract
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WafaaTaha Salem, M. D., M. D. Maie Kamal EldinHelaly, M. D. Mohammed Mahmoud Hassan, M. D. Noha Hassan Radwan, and M. S. Samuel Fayez Samy, "Metabolic Effects of Perioperative Amino Acid Infusion during pelvi-abdominal surgery in cancer patients", Medical journal of Cairo university, 2017. samuel_paper_2.pdf
wahab, S. A. - M., "Maintain Postharvest Quality of Nectarine Fruits by Using Some Essential Oils.", Middle East Journal of Applied Sciences., vol. 5, issue 4, pp. 855-868, 2015. Abstract
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Wahba W.N, E. Salim, and R. R. A. Hassan, "A MICROSCOPIC EXAMINATION TO MONITOR THE HISTORICAL PAPER DYEING TECHNIQUES", SCIENTIFIC CULTURE, , vol. Vol. 6, , issue No. 2, pp. 1-10, 2020. 6_2_1_wahba-et-al.pdf
Wahed, M., A. A. Sharawi, and H. A. Badawi, "Modeling of medical equipment maintenance in health care facilities to support decision making", Biomedical Engineering Conference (CIBEC), 2010 5th Cairo International, 202-205, 2010.
Waheed, M. M., I. M. Ghoneim, and M. S. S. Abdou, "Morphometric analysis of spermatozoa in the assessment of Arabian horse fertility", 16th Ann. Congr. Egyptian Soc. Anim. Reprod. Fert., 2004.
Waheed, M. M., I. M. Ghoneim, and M. S. S. Abdou, "Morphometric Characteristics of Spermatozoa in the Arabian Horse With Regard to Season, Age, Sperm Concentration, and Fertility", Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, vol. 35, pp. 244-249, 2015.
Waheed, A., R. Azam, M. R. Riaz, and M. Zawam, "Mechanical and durability properties of fly-ash cement sand composite bricks: An alternative to conventional burnt clay bricks", Innovative Infrastructure Solutions, vol. 7: Springer International Publishing, pp. 1-12, 2022. Abstract
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Waheed, M. T., A. Gaber, Y. Fahmy, and A. Khattab, "Machine Learning-Based Prediction of Backhaul Capacity Requirements for Cellular Networks", 2023 International Telecommunications Conference (ITC-Egypt): IEEE, pp. 518–523, 2023. Abstract
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Wakeman, C. A., N. D. Hammer, D. L. Stauff, A. S. Attia, L. L. Anzaldi, S. I. Dikalov, W. M. Calcutt, and E. P. Skaar, "Menaquinone biosynthesis potentiates haem toxicity in Staphylococcus aureus", Molecular microbiology, vol. 86, no. 6, pp. 1376–1392, 2012. Abstract
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Walaa, A., F. Ebaa, H. Mohamed, and G. Ahmed, "Molecular characterization and identification of virulence genes in Escherichia coli isolated from patients with urinary tract infection", Research Journal of Biotechnology, vol. 14, issue 3, pp. 21-30, 2019.
Waleed Yamany, M. O. H. A. M. M. E. D. FAWZY, Alaa Tharwat, and A. E. Hassanien, "Moth-flame optimization for training multi-layer perceptrons", Computer Engineering Conference (ICENCO), 2015 11th International: IEEE, pp. 267–272, 2015. Abstract
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Waleed Yamany, H. M. Zawbaa, E. Emary, and A. E. Hassanien, "Modi ed Flower Pollination Algorithm for Attribute Reduction in Classi cation", IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems (FUZZ-IEEE 2015), Istanbul, Turkey, 2-5 August, 2015.
Waleed Yamany, N. El-Bendary, A. E. Hassanien, and Eid Emary, "Multi-Objective Cuckoo Search Optimization for Dimensionality Reduction", Procedia Computer Science, vol. 96, pp. 207-2015, 2016.
Waleed Yamany, N. El-Bendary, A. E. Hassanien, and Eid Emary, "Multi-Objective Cuckoo Search Optimization for Dimensionality Reduction", Procedia Computer Science, vol. 96: Elsevier, pp. 207–215, 2016. Abstract
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Wally, Y. R., H. S. Hussein, A. F. EL-karmouty, and M. F. Farid, MorphologicalStudiesandArterialSupply ofthePharynxintheGoat(Capra hiracus), , vol. 9, issue 2, pp. 168-174, 2020. morphologicalstudiesandarterialsupply_ofthepharynxinthegoatcapra_hiracus.pdf
Waly, N., H. Moustafa, R. Hamdy, and A. SOLIMAN, "MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS OF THE STEM ANATOMICAL CHARACTERS OF TERMINALIA L.(COMBRETACEAE) IN EGYPT", Bulletin of the Iraq Natural History Museum, vol. 16, issue 3, pp. 359-387, 2021.
Wambua, M. K., D. A. Nalawansha, A. T. Negmeldin, and M. K. H. Pflum, "Mutagenesis studies of the 14 Å internal cavity of histone deacetylase 1: insights toward the acetate-escape hypothesis and selective inhibitor design.", Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, vol. 57, issue 3, pp. 642-650, 2014 Feb 13. AbstractWebsite

Histone deacetylase (HDAC) proteins are promising targets for cancer treatment, as shown by the approval of two HDAC inhibitors for the treatment of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma. HDAC1 in particular has been linked to cell growth and cell cycle regulation and is therefore an attractive target for anticancer drugs. The HDAC1 active site contains a hydrophobic 11 Å active-site channel, with a 14 Å internal cavity at the bottom of the active site. Several computational and biochemical studies have proposed an acetate-escape hypothesis where the acetate byproduct of the deacetylation reaction escapes via the 14 Å internal cavity. Selective HDAC inhibitors that bind to the 14 Å cavity have also been created. To understand the influence of amino acids lining the HDAC1 14 Å cavity in acetate escape and inhibitor binding, we used mutagenesis coupled with acetate competition assays. The results indicate that amino acids lining the 14 Å cavity are critical for catalytic activity and acetate competition, confirming the role of the cavity in acetate escape. In addition, these mutagenesis studies will aid in HDAC1-inhibitor design that exploits the 14 Å cavity.