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Sadek, H. A., W. H. El-Metnawey, I. A. Shaheen, M. M. Korshied, and A. S. Mohamed., "Quantitative Assessment of Wilms Tumor 1 (Wt1) Gene Transcripts in Egyptian Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Patients", Journal of Investigative Medicine, 2011. Abstract

Background: Accurate assessment of minimal residual disease (MRD) in acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) patients after initial chemotherapy is essential to evaluate the efficacy of therapeutic regimens. Wilms tumor 1 (WT1) is a pan-leukemic marker used for identification of the leukemic clone rather than the use of individual specific molecular aberration of ALL.

Ghafar, M. A. A., O. R. Abdelraouf, A. A. Abdelgalil, M. K. Seyam, R. E. Radwan, and A. E. El-Bagalaty, "Quantitative Assessment of Sensory Integration and Balance in Children with AutismSpectrumDisorders: Cross-Sectional Study", children, vol. 9, issue 3, pp. 353, 2022. children-09-00353.pdf
Shalaby, A. M. M., M. A. Nasr, N. M. Shalaby, A. M. Ebraheim, and R. Shamloul, "Quantitative assessment of optic disc elevation in idiopathic intracranial hypertension ", Medical journal of Cairo University, vol. 81, issue 1, pp. 643 - 649, 2013.
Magdy, E., O. O. Agbedia, M. Ibrahim, Q. D. Nguyen, and A. S. Fahmy, "Quantitative assessment of Diabetic Macular Edema using fluorescein leakage maps", Image Processing (ICIP), 2012 19th IEEE International Conference on: IEEE, pp. 2833–2836, 2012. Abstract
Eldeeb, S. M., W. M. Abdelmoula, S. M. Shah, and A. S. Fahmy, "Quantitative assessment of age-related macular degeneration using parametric modeling of the leakage transfer function: Preliminary results", Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2012 Annual International Conference of the IEEE: IEEE, pp. 5967–5970, 2012. Abstract
Shalaby, A. M., and N. M. Shalaby, "Quantitative assesment of optic disc elevation in idiopathic intracranial hypertention", medical journal of Cairo university, vol. 81, issue 1, pp. 643-649, 2013. 51.pdf
Megahed, Y., and Hisham Gabr, "Quantitative Architectural Aesthetic Assessment", Aesthetics + design: Dresden international symposium; 21st biennial congress of International Association of Empirical Aesthetics, IAEA, Dresden, 2010.
Aboelela, M., "A Quantitative Approach for Selecting RDBMS in Information Centers‎", ‎15th National Computer Conference‎, KFUPM, Dhahran, KSA, 1997.
A, B., N. S. Mashaly M, Q. M. Atef A, and A. E, "Quantitative analysis of uvular muscles in cases of simple snoring and obstructive sleep apnea: an image analysis study", Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol., vol. 2008 , May, issue May;265(5), pp. 581-6, 2008.
Adel, A., and T. Alharbi, Quantitative analysis of the fusion cross sections using different microscopic nucleus-nucleus interactions, , vol. 53, issue 1, pp. 1, 2017. AbstractWebsite

The fusion cross sections for reactions involving medium and heavy nucleus-nucleus systems are investigated near and above the Coulomb barrier using the one-dimensional barrier penetration model. The microscopic nuclear interaction potential is computed by four methods, namely: the double-folding model based on a realistic density-dependent M3Y NN interaction with a finite-range exchange part, the Skyrme energy density functional in the semiclassical extended Thomas-Fermi approximation, the generalized Proximity potential, and the Akyüz-Winther interaction. The comparison between the calculated and the measured values of the fusion excitation functions indicates that the calculations of the DFM give quite satisfactory agreement with the experimental data, being much better than the other methods. New parameterized forms for the fusion barrier heights and positions are presented. Furthermore, the effects of deformation and orientation degrees of freedom on the distribution of the Coulomb barrier characteristics as well as the fusion cross sections are studied for the reactions 16 O + 70 Ge and 28 Si + 100 Mo. The calculated values of the total fusion cross sections are compared with coupled channel calculations using the code CCFULL and compared with the experimental data. Our results reveal that the inclusion of deformations and orientation degrees of freedom improves the comparison with the experimental data.

Hui, W., M. Y. Abd El Rahman, F. Dsebissowa, A. Rentzsch, M. Gutberlet, V. Alexi-Meskishvili, R. Hetzer, P. E. Lange, and H. Abdul-Khaliq, "Quantitative analysis of right atrial performance after surgical repair of tetralogy of Fallot.", Cardiology in the young, vol. 14, issue 5, pp. 520-6, 2004 Oct. Abstract

We aimed to assess the right atrial performance in patients after surgical correction of tetralogy of Fallot, and to clarify the relationship between the pump function of the right atrium and right ventricular systolic function. We included in the study 50 asymptomatic patients following corrective surgery of tetralogy of Fallot, comparing them to 30 normal subjects. Right atrial areas were measured by echocardiography, and the active fractional area of emptying was expressed, in percentages, as the area measured at the onset of atrial contraction, minus the minimal area, divided by the area at the onset of atrial contraction. We used this value to assess the atrial pump function. Right atrial peak strain rates were measured by tissue Doppler imaging. Compared to controls, patients with tetralogy of Fallot had a significantly reduced right atrial active fractional area of emptying (p = 0.005), along with a reduced peak late diastolic strain rate (p = 0.002). Among 20 patients who underwent magnetic resonance tomographic examination, a relatively higher right atrial peak late diastolic strain rate was shown in patients with a right ventricular ejection fraction of less than 50% (p = 0.021). Right atrial performance is reduced in patients after surgical correction of tetralogy of Fallot. When facing right ventricular systolic dysfunction, nonetheless, the right atrial pump function may be relatively enhanced. Tissue Doppler derived strain rate can provide quantitative analysis of regional right atrial performance.

Fawzy, A., K. M. Sweify, H. M. El-Fayoumy, and N. Nofal, "Quantitative analysis of plasma cell-free DNA and its DNA integrity in patients with metastatic prostate cancer using ALU sequence", journal of the Egyptian National cancer Instiute , vol. 28, pp. 235-242, 2016. 1-s2.0-s1110036216300541-main.pdf
Abd El Rahman, M. Y., W. Hui, F. Dsebissowa, S. Schubert, M. Gutberlet, R. Hetzer, P. E. Lange, and H. Abdul-Khaliq, "Quantitative analysis of paradoxical interventricular septal motion following corrective surgery of tetralogy of fallot.", Pediatric cardiology, vol. 26, issue 4, pp. 379-84, 2005 Jul-Aug. Abstract

This study aimed to quantify paradoxical interventricular septal motion (PSM) among 20 patients following tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) repair without severe pulmonary regurgitation and 20 age-matched normal subjects. PSM was quantified using the echocardiography-derived paradox index. Tissue Doppler-derived strain rate was used to assess the longitudinal and radial systolic function of the interventricular septum (IVS). The tissue Doppler-derived Tei index was used to assess the global left ventricular function. Compared to the control group, the paradox index in patients after repair of TOF was significantly higher (p = 0.001), whereas the regional IVS longitudinal (p = 0.02) and radial (p = 0.001) systolic strain rate peaks were significantly reduced. The paradox index in the patient group correlated inversely with the IVS radial peak systolic strain rate (r = -0.64, p = 0.004) and positively with QRS duration (r = 0.50, p = 0.02). The left ventricular (LV) Tei-index correlated significantly with the paradox index (r = 0.71, p = 0.001) and with the septal radial systolic strain rate peak (r = 0.59, p = 0.004). We conclude that electrical delay and reduced regional septal systolic function were the main causes for paradoxical septal motion among patients following TOF repair without significant pulmonary regurgitation. The reduced LV systolic function among this group of patients is mainly secondary to diminished septal systolic function and the paradoxical septal motion.