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Zeid, F. A., "The pure protein of the individual organs of summer wheat plant", journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science(Germany), vol. 135, pp. 208–219, 1973. Abstract
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Linser, H., A. Raafat, and F.A.Zeid, "Pure protein and chlorophyll of Daucus carota throughout the vegetative period of first year as influenced by growth regulators (CCC, GA and BA).", Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science (Germany),, vol. 137, pp. 36–40, 1974. Abstract
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Wanas, M. I., N. L. Youssef, and E. W. Hanafy, "A pure geometric theory of gravity and a material distribution", Gravitational and Cosmology, vol. 23, issue 2, pp. 105-118, 2017.
Wanas, M. I., N. L. Youssef, and W. El-hanafy, "Pure geometric field theory: Description of gravity and material distribution", Gravitation and Cosmology, vol. 23, issue 2, pp. 105–118, 2017.
Wanas, M.I., M. M. Kamal, and Z. A. Ismail., "A pure geometric approach to the Aharonov–Bohm effect", Indian Journal of Physics, vol. 95, pp. 2865–2871, 2021.
Wanas, M. I., S. A. Ammar, and M. M. Foda, "A pure geometric approach to stellar structure: Mass–radius relation. ", International Journal of Geometric Methods in Modern Physics, vol. 15, issue 8, 2018.
Wanas, M. I., S. A. Ammar, and M. M. Foda, "A pure geometric approach to stellar structure: Mass–radius relation", International Journal of Geometric Methods in Modern Physics, vol. 15, issue 8, pp. 1-13, 2018.
Wanas, M. I., and S. A. Ammar, "A Pure Geometric Approach to Stellar Structure", Cent. Eur. J. Phys., vol. 11, issue 7, pp. 936-948, 2013.
Husaini, H. A., H. Soudy, A. E. D. Darwish, and W. Edesa, "Pure dysgerminoma of the ovary: a single institutional experience of 65 patients", Med Oncology, vol. 29, pp. 2944-2948, 2012. pure_dygerminoma.pdf
Abdelaziz, O., Punitive Damages in Contract Law , , London, UK, IALS, University of London, Submitted.
Han, Q. - Q., Q. - D. Ren, X. Guo, M. A. Farag, Y. - H. Zhang, M. - Q. Zhang, Y. - Y. Chen, S. - T. Sun, J. - Y. Sun, N. - Y. Li, et al., "Punicalagin attenuates hyperuricemia via restoring hyperuricemia-induced renal and intestinal dysfunctions.", Journal of advanced research, 2024. Abstract

INTRODUCTION: It is estimated that 90% of hyperuricemia cases are attributed to the inability to excrete uric acid (UA). The two main organs in charge of excreting UA are the kidney (70%) and intestine (30%). Previous studies have reported that punicalagin (PU) could protect against kidney and intestinal damages, which makes it a potential candidate for alleviating hyperuricemia. However, the effects and deeper action mechanisms of PU for managing hyperuricemia are still unknown.

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the effect and action mechanisms of PU for ameliorating hyperuricemia.

METHODS: The effects and action mechanisms of PU on hyperuricemia were assessed using a hyperuricemia mice model. Phenotypic parameters, metabolomics analysis, and 16S rRNA sequencing were applied to explore the effect and fundamental action mechanisms inside the kidney and intestine of PU for improving hyperuricemia.

RESULTS: PU administration significantly decreased elevated serum uric acid (SUA) levels in hyperuricemia mice, and effectively alleviated the kidney and intestinal damage caused by hyperuricemia. In the kidney, PU down-regulated the expression of UA resorption protein URAT1 and GLUT9, while up-regulating the expression of UA excretion protein ABCG2 and OAT1 as mediated via the activation of MAKP/NF-κB in hyperuricemia mice. Additionally, PU attenuated renal glycometabolism disorder, which contributed to improving kidney dysfunction and inflammation. Similarly, PU increased UA excretion protein expression via inhibiting MAKP/NF-κB activation in the intestine of hyperuricemia mice. Furthermore, PU restored gut microbiota dysbiosis in hyperuricemia mice.

CONCLUSION: This research revealed the ameliorating impacts of PU on hyperuricemia by restoring kidney and intestine damage in hyperuricemia mice, and to be considered for the development of nutraceuticals used as UA-lowering agent.

Ahmed, H. H., H. S. El-Abhar, E. A. Hassanin, N. F. Abdelkader, and M. B. Shalaby, "Punica granatum suppresses colon cancer through downregulation of Wnt/β-Catenin in rat model", Revista Brasileira de Farmacognosia, vol. 27, issue 5, pp. 627-635, 2017.
Farahat, A. A., A. A. Elansary, and H. A. Abdalla, "Punching shear capacity of flat slabs with recycled aggregate", World Journal of Engineering, vol. 21, issue 1, pp. 127-139, 2022.
Ramadan, O., K. Metwalley, and G. Younis, "Punching shear analysis of reinforced concrete flat plates", The 2015 world congress in Advanced in structural engineering and mechanics (ASEM2015), pp. 25-29, 2015. Abstract
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DA, B., "Punch grafting in vitiligo; Different factors which affect the results", J Egypt Women Dermatol Soc, vol. 7, issue 1, pp. 16-21, 2010. Abstract

Background. In stable vitiligo several techniques of autologous melanocyte transplantation are used. Punch grafting is the easiest and least expensive. Objective. To assess the effect of patient and treatment variables on results of punch grafting. Patients and methods. Thirty-two vitiligo lesions in twenty patients were treated by punch grafting. After grafting, 13 patients received PUVA and 7 patients received topical psoralen & sun (PUVASOL) for 3 months. Response was assessed according to extent of pigmentation (Excellent > 90%, very good 75 - 90%, good 50 - 75% and poor response ≤ 50%). Mean margin of pigment spread (MPS) in mm was calculated for each patient. The effect of different factors on the response and development of side-effects was assessed in lesions achieving > 50% pigmentation (good - excellent response). Results. Nine lesions (28%) showed excellent, 15 (47%) very good, 5 (16%) good and 3 (9%) a poor response. The mean MPS was 3.7 ± 0.78 mm. Age had a significant positive correlation with MPS (r = 0.488, p = 0.007) while skin type and region treated had none. Punch sizes and the difference between donor and recipient punches did not affect MPS statistically. Donor punch size (r = - 0.808, p = 0.000) and recipient punch size (r = - 0.801, p = 0.000) had a significant negative correlation with the number of grafts remaining in place. No significant difference in MPS was found between patients on PUVA vs PUVASOL therapy after grafting (p = 0.068). Cobble-stoning occurred in 5 lesions (16%). The smaller the donor (p = 0.002) and recipient (p = 0.003) punch sizes the less was the cobble-stoning.Conclusion. Punch grafting is an effective, easy and inexpensive treatment of localized stable vitiligo. Of the different studied variables, age had a significant positive correlation with MPS. Using smaller punch sizes improved the response and reduced cobble-stoning. No significant difference in MPS was found between patients receiving PUVA therapy vs topical PUVASOL after grafting, making this technique applicable for patients with no access to phototherapy centers. (J Egypt Women Dermatol Soc 2010; 7: 16 - 21)

Zuhair, H. A., A. A. A. El-Fattah, and M. I. El-Sayed, "Pumpkin-seed oil modulates the effect of felodipine and captopril in spontaneously hypertensive rats.", Pharmacological Research, (Italy) , vol. 41, issue 5, pp. 555-563, 2000.
Ezzat, S. M., R. Adel, and E. Abdel-Sattar, "Pumpkin Bio-Wastes as Source of Functional Ingredients", Mediterranean Fruits Bio-wastes. , Chem, Springer International Publishing, 2022. pumpkin_bio-wastes_as_source_of_functional_ingredients._in-_mediterranean_fruits_bio-wastes.pdf
Moussa, I. M., A. A. Al-Qahtani, M. A. Gassem, M. H. Ashgan, D. K. Ismail, A. I. Ghazy, and A. M. Shibl, "Pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (PFGE) as an epidemiological marker for typing of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus recovered from King Saudi Arabia (KSA)", African Journal of Microbiology Research, vol. 5, issue 12, pp. 1492-1499, 2011. Abstract

In this study, pulsed field gel electrophoresis (PFGE) was used for genomic DNA finger printings of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) isolates. Thirty strains of S. aureus collected from major hospital laboratories and public health centers, Riyadh, King Saudi Arabia were tested phenotypically by conventional methods and genotypically by multiplex-PCR for direct detection of S. aureus 16S rRNA and mecA genes. The chromosomal DNA of the isolates was examined by using pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (PFGE) using SmaI. SmaI cut the chromosomal DNA of the examined MRSA into 9 to 13 fragments, moreover, 16 chromosomal digestion patterns were observed out of the 30 examined isolates. The first pulsed field gel electrophoresis (PFGE1) contains 9 strains recovered from soft tissue infections and surgical wound infections. The second one (PFGE 2) contains 4 MRSA isolates, 3 of which were recovered from skin and soft tissue infections, while one was recovered from wound infection. Moreover, there are 3 chromosomal digestion patterns (PFGE 3, 4 and 5), each pattern involved two strains of MRSA which were recovered from surgical wound infections. A dendrogram of percent similarity, revealed three major clusters, the first cluster containing four groups (17 strains). The second cluster contains one group (12 strains), while the third cluster contains only one strain recovered from deep abscess.

Nada, Y. S., J. M. El-Azab, S. M. Maize, and Y. H. ElBashar, "Pulsed Solid State Laser Systems Using ABCD Matrix Method: A Review", Nonlinear Optics Quantum Optics, vol. 51, pp. 265-316, 2019. review_paper.pdf
Elnaggar, R. K., "Pulsed Nd:YAG laser: effects on pain, postural stability, and weight-bearing pattern in children with hemophilic ankle arthropathy", Lasers in Medical Science, vol. 35, issue 5, pp. 1075-1083, 2020.
Kamel, D. M., N. S. Hamed, N. A. A. Raoof, and S. A. Tantawy, "Pulsed magnetic field versus ultrasound in the treatment of postnatal carpal tunnel syndrome: A randomized controlled trial in the women of an Egyptian population", Journal of Advanced Research, vol. 8, pp. 45-53, 2016. carpal_paper.pdf
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