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Hamamsy, W. E., and M. Soliman, Popular Culture in the Middle East and North Africa: A Postcolonial Outlook, , New York & London, Routledge, 2013. AbstractWebsite

This book explores the body and the production process of popular culture in, and on, the Middle East and North Africa, Turkey, and Iran in the first decade of the 21st century, and up to the current historical moment. Essays consider gender, racial, political, and cultural issues in film, cartoons, music, dance, photo-tattoos, graphic novels, fiction, and advertisements. Contributors to the volume span an array of specializations ranging across literary, postcolonial, gender, media, and Middle Eastern studies and contextualize their views within a larger historical and political moment, analyzing the emergence of a popular expression in the Middle East and North Africa region in recent years, and drawing conclusions pertaining to the direction of popular culture within a geopolitical context. The importance of this book lies in presenting a fresh perspective on popular culture, combining media that are not often combined and offering a topical examination of recent popular production, aiming to counter stereotypical representations of Islamophobia and otherness by bringing together the perspectives of scholars from different cultural backgrounds and disciplines. The collection shows that popular culture can effect changes and alter perceptions and stereotypes, constituting an area where people of different ethnicities, genders, and orientations can find common grounds for expression and connection.

Hassanean, M., Population Issues, , Cairo, Open Education Center-Cairo University, 2017.
Soliman, A. M., H. A. S. Dahab, and H. E. Badawy, The possible protective role of protein isolated from Peganum harmala, , Germany, LAMBERT Academic publishing, 2012. book_2.png
Hassan, A. A., Post harvest handling of horticultural crops.(In Arabic)., : Al-Dar Al-Arabiah Lil Nashr Wa Al-Tawsia, Cairo., 2010. Abstract
Hassan, A. A., Post harvest technology and physiology of fruit vegetables .(In Arabic)., : Al-Dar Al-Arabiah Lil Nashr Wa Al-Tawsia, Cairo., 2011. Abstract
Hassan, A. A., Post harvest technology and physiology of non fruit vegetables .(In Arabic)., : Al-Dar Al-Arabiah Lil Nashr Wa Al-Tawsia, Cairo., 2011. Abstract
soliman Nasr, A., Postmenopausal Bleeding an Overview, , Germany, Lambert Academic Publishing , 2012.
Hassan, A. A., Potato production. (In Arabic)., : Al-Dar Al-Arabiah Lil Nashr Wa Al-Tawsia, Cairo., 1999. Abstract
Hassan, A. A., Potato. (In Arabic)., : Al-Dar Al-Arabiah Lil Nashr Wa Al-Tawsia, Cairo., 1988. Abstract
El-Shemy, H., potential of essential oils, : intechopen, 2018.
Samer, M., Poultry Farms: Housing Systems, Mechanization and Technology, , Cairo, Cairo University, 2009.
A.Kaoud, H., Poultry Hygiene, , 2008. poultry_hygiene.pdf
El Sabry, M. I., F. A. El-Fattah, and H. Safaa, Poultry Production Practical Booklet for Under Graduate Students., : Fact. of Agric. Press, Cairo Univ., 2008. Abstract
Khalil, E. E., Power Plant Design, , New York, Gordon & Breech 1990,ISBN 0-85626-510-1, 1990.
Mohamed, A. S., Practical physiology: Laboratory methods and techniques , , USA, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform , 2015.
Kamel, L., S. Dowara, and N. Eid, Practice Guidelines for Family Physicians,six volumes, : Ministry Of Health, 2007.
Shehata, S. A., M. y. Hashim, and K. A. f. El-Gawad, Pre- and Postharvest of vegetable crops , , Germany, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing , 2012.
Emara, K. H. S., The predatorial plants, , Cairo, Diamonds & M.U.B., 2007.
Shaimaa, R. A., Y. M. Warda, and A. E. Hanaa, Predictors of Hospital Readmissions After Open Heart Surgery, , Germany, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2014. predictors_of_hospital_reamissions_after_open_heart_surgery.pdf
Hassan, A. A., Preparaing, writing , and publishing of research papers and theses. .(In Arabic)., : Al-Dar Al-Arabiah Lil Nashr Wa Al-Tawsia, Cairo., 2008. Abstract
Mohamed, W., H. Aldabbagh, H. Aldughmani, Z. Fathy, S. Kassem, I. Abdel-Almoniem, and M. Ibrahim, Prevalence of Human Herpesviruses (HHV1-7), and its Clinical Significance in Middle Eastern Pediatric Leukemia Patients Using 2 Independent PCR Assays, , 2022/08/25. Abstract

Objectives: Human herpes viruses can cause life-threatening diseases in immunocompromised children, especially leukemic patients. Therefore, the aim of this study is to detect the human herpes viruses (HHV1-7) and to investigate its clinical significance in Middle Eastern Pediatric Leukemia Patients by using 2 Independent PCR assays. Methods: Detection of human herpes virus DNA has been done in blood samples of 200 pediatric leukemia patients in addition to 90 blood donors as a control group using multiplex PCR assays. When a ‘‘positive’’ result was observed, real-time PCR was performed to measure the viral load. Results: The most frequent herpes virus infection in Middle Eastern Pediatric Leukemia cases was CMV, followed by EBV, then HHV6, VZV, HHV7, HSV1, and HSV2, where they were 92/200 (46%), 76/200 (38%), 72/200 (36%), 48/200 (24%), 12/200 (6%), 8/200 (4%), and 2/200 (1%) respectively. Also, there was a statistically significance difference between leukemic patients and their controls regarding CMV, EBV, HHV6, and VZV (P <0.05). Correlation between percentage of co-infection, and clinical parameters for the 7 herpes viruses has been studied, and there is an increase in absolute neutrophilic count (ANC), total leukocyte count (TLC) and duration of fever and neutropenia in age group 6-11 years for HHV6/CMV, then in age group 12-18 years especially for EBV/CMV and CMV/HHV6. Also, our results show that multiplex PCR assay is close to single PCR assay in relation to specificity and sensitivity which in turn prove its validity for early diagnosis of herpes viral infection. Conclusions: Adopting multiplex PCR technique is helpful in screening of virus infections. It will save time, effort, cost effective and will assist in rapid diagnosis. However, the clinical relevance of the virus infection needs to be evaluated by quantitative real-time PCR which in turn will help patient's management by using appropriate antiviral treatment.