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Eissa, M. S., E. Darweish, M. R. Elghobashy, and M. A. Shehata, "Rapid Selective TLC-Densitometry Method for Simultaneous Determination of Amoxicillin and Flucloxacillin in their Pure Forms or in their Pharmaceutical Preparation", Analytical Chemistry letters, vol. 8, issue 2, pp. 188-194, 2018.
Wassef, M., doaa ghaith, R. M. A. Abdella, and M. Kamel, "Rapid screening for group B Streptococcus in near-term pregnant women by Granada™ biphasic broth", The Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine: Taylor & Francis, pp. 1–4, 2016. Abstract
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Wassef, M., doaa ghaith, R. M. A. Abdella, and M. Kamel, Rapid screening for group B Streptococcus in near-term pregnant women by Granada™ biphasic broth, , vol. 30, no. 13, pp. 1540–1543, 2017. AbstractWebsite

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Kamelia M. Osman, Mona I. El-Enbaawy, N. E. H. H. A. M. G., "Rapid screen identification of Clostridium perfringens Alpha and Epsilon toxins recovered from mastitic bovine milk by SDS-PAGE electrophoresis", Advances in Natural and Applied science, May 1, , 2009.
Elhariri1, M., Y. S. Aleslamboly, M. A. Elshate, R. Elhelw, and M. K. Refai, "Rapid Salmonella Detection in Different Food Detection in Different Food Detection in Different Food Detection in Different Food", BIOSCIENCE RESEARCH , vol. 14, issue 4, pp. : 1005-1010, 207. salmonella_paper.pdf
Hesham, A., and A. Ghali, "Rapid Rhino versus Merocel Nasal Packs in Septal Surgery", The Journal of Laryngology and Otology, 2011. Abstract

Objective: To compare Rapid Rhino and Merocel packs for nasal packing after septoplasty, in terms of patient tolerance (both with the pack in place and during removal) and post-operative complications.

Mahmoud, M. Y., S. Sapare, K. C. Curry, D. R. Demuth, and J. M. Steinbach-Rankins, "Rapid Release Polymeric Fibers for Inhibition of Adherence to .", Frontiers in chemistry, vol. 7, pp. 926, 2019. Abstract

Active agents targeting key bacterial interactions that initiate biofilm formation in the oral cavity, may alter periodontitis progression; however, to date, specifically-targeted prophylactic and treatment strategies have been limited. Previously we developed a peptide, BAR (SspB Adherence Region), that inhibits oral biofilm formation and , and BAR nanoparticles that increase BAR effectiveness via multivalency and prolonged delivery. However, limited BAR loading and nanoparticle retention in the oral cavity can result in inadequate release and efficaciousness. Given this, an effective delivery platform that can release concentrations of BAR suitable for twice-daily applications, may offer an alternative that enhances loading, ease of administration, and retention in the oral cavity. With this in mind, the study objectives were to develop and characterize a rapid-release platform, composed of polymeric electrospun fibers (EFs) that encapsulate BAR, and to evaluate fiber safety and functionality against / biofilms . Poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid) (PLGA), poly(L-lactic acid) (PLLA), and polycaprolactone (PCL) were electrospun alone or blended with polyethylene oxide (PEO), to provide high BAR loading and rapid-release. The most promising formulation, 10:90 PLGA:PEO EFs, provided 95% BAR release after 4 h, dose-dependent inhibition of biofilm formation (IC50 = 1.3 μM), disruption of established dual-species biofilms (IC50 = 2 μM), and maintained high cell viability. These results suggest that BAR-incorporated EFs may provide a safe and specifically-targeted rapid-release platform to inhibit and disrupt dual-species biofilms, that we envision may be applied twice-daily to exert prophylactic effect in the oral cavity.

Mohamed, A., P. S. Larson, A. M. Eldeib, C. Sites, A. Farag, and T. M. Moriarty, "Rapid Registration for Image Guided Neurosurgery", Computer Assisted Surgery, vol. 5, no. No. 1, pp. 46–79, 2000. Abstract

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Mohamed, A., P. S. Larson, A. M. Eldeib, C. Sites, A. Farag, and T. M. Moriarty, "Rapid Registration for Image Guided Neurosurgery", 5th International Workshop – Computer Assisted Surgery – CAS’99 and Rapid Prototyping in Medicine, Oct. 14 – 16, Erlangen, Germany, 1999. Abstract

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Simon A. Jones, MBChB, M. R. C. P. C. H. 1, P. D. 2 Vassili Valayannopoulos, MD, M. D. 3 Eugene Schneider, P. D. 3 Stephen Eckert, M. D. 4 Maryam Banikazemi, M. D. 5 Martin Bialer, M. D. 6 Stephen Cederbaum, M. D. 7 Alicia Chan, M. D. 8 Anil Dhawan, MBBS, M. D. 9 Maja Di Rocco, et al., "Rapid progression and mortality of lysosomal acid lipase deficiency presenting in infants", Genetics in medicine, pp. DOI: 10.1038/gim.2015.108, 2015. 2015jonesgenetics_med_lald_infants.pdf
Marwa El Badry Mohamed, Eman Yossri Frag, M. H. E. B., "Rapid potentiometric sensor for determination of Cu(II) ions in food samples", Microchemical Journal, vol. 164, pp. 106065, 2021.
Mohamed, M. E. B., E. Y. Frag, and M. H. E. Brawy, "Rapid potentiometric sensor for determination of Cu(II) ions in food samples", Microchemical Journal, vol. 164 , pp. 106065, 2021.
Mohamed, A., S. Yousef, W. S. Nasser, T. A. Osman, A. Knebel, E. V. P. Sánchez, and T. Hashem, Rapid photocatalytic degradation of phenol from water using composite nanofibers under UV, , vol. 32, issue 1, pp. 160, 2020. AbstractWebsite

The removal of phenol from aqueous solution via photocatalytic degradation has been recognized as an environmentally friendly technique for generating clean water. The composite nanofibers containing PAN polymer, CNT, and TiO2 NPs were successfully prepared via electrospinning method. The prepared photocatalyst is characterized by SEM, XRD, and Raman spectroscopy. Different parameters are studied such as catalyst amount, the effect of pH, phenol concentration, photodegradation mechanism, flow rate, and stability of the composite nanofiber to evaluate the highest efficiency of the photocatalyst.

Ammar, H. O., M. Ghorab, A. A. Mahmoud, T. S. Makram, and A. M. Ghoneim, "Rapid Pain Relief using Transdermal Film Forming Polymeric Solution of Ketorolac", Pharmaceutical development and technology, 2011. Abstract

Context: Ketorolac is one of the most potent nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and is an attractive alternative to opioids for pain management.

Ramzy, I. I., D. A. Omran, W. Fouad, H. Khatab, and R. E. Etreby, "Rapid On-Site Evaluation of Ultrasound-Guided Fine Needle Aspiration of Hepatic Masses. ", The medical journal of Cairo university, vol. 78, issue 2, pp. 133-137, 2010.
RAMZY, I. M. A. N. I., D. A. Omran, and W. Fouad, "Rapid on-Site Evaluation of Ultrasound-Guided Fine Needle Aspiration of Hepatic Masses", Medical Journal of Cairo University, vol. 78, no. 2: Cairo university, pp. 133–137, 2010. Abstract
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Yousif, A. A., A. A. Al-Naeem, and A. M. Al-Ali, Rapid non-enzymatic extraction method for isolating PCR-quality camelpox virus DNA from skin, , vol. 169, issue 1, pp. 138 - 142, 2010/10//. AbstractWebsite

Molecular diagnostic investigations of orthopoxvirus (OPV) infections are performed using a variety of clinical samples including skin lesions, tissues from internal organs, blood and secretions. Skin samples are particularly convenient for rapid diagnosis and molecular epidemiological investigations of camelpox virus (CMLV). Classical extraction procedures and commercial spin-column-based kits are time consuming, relatively expensive, and require multiple extraction and purification steps in addition to proteinase K digestion. A rapid non-enzymatic procedure for extracting CMLV DNA from dried scabs or pox lesions was developed to overcome some of the limitations of the available DNA extraction techniques. The procedure requires as little as 10 mg of tissue and produces highly purified DNA [OD260/OD280 ratios between 1.47 and 1.79] with concentrations ranging from 6.5 to16 μg/ml. The extracted CMLV DNA was proven suitable for virus-specific qualitative and, semi-quantitative PCR applications. Compared to spin-column and conventional viral DNA extraction techniques, the two-step extraction procedure saves money and time, and retains the potential for automation without compromising CMLV PCR sensitivity.

El-Mougy, F., M. Hafez, S. A. Atti, A. Ibrahim, N. Musa, H. Soliman, S. M. Eklaious, M. Elsharkawy, M. Abdullatif, A. Afif, et al., "Rapid Molecular Diagnosis of CAH by Strip Hybridization Assay in DEMPU ", ESPE, Barcelona Spain, 1 October, 2015.
Seoudi, N., S. L. Mitchell, T. J. Brown, F. Dashti, A. K. Amin, and F. A. Drobniewski, "Rapid molecular detection of tuberculosis and rifampicin drug resistance: retrospective analysis of a national U.K. molecular service over the last decade.", Thorax, vol. 67, issue 4, pp. 361-7, 2012 Apr. Abstract

BACKGROUND: Fast and reliable detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex (MTBC) and drug resistance is crucial in establishing effective treatment and enforcing timely public health measures.

METHODS: The authors analysed the performance of a national U.K. molecular diagnostic service over a decade, based on the use of a line probe assay (Innolipa, LiPA) compared with conventional liquid and solid cultures with rapid molecular identification and culture-based drug resistance testing.

FINDINGS: Data were available for 7836 consecutive patient samples using LiPA and the reference microbiological technique (conventional liquid and solid cultures with rapid molecular identification and culture-based drug resistance testing). For all sputum specimens (n=3382) the sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive value, negative predictive value and accuracy for MTBC detection were 93.4%, 85.6%, 92.7%, 86.9% and 90.7%; the equivalent values for smear-positive sputum specimens (n=2606) were 94.7%, 80.9%, 93.9%, 83.3% and 91.3%. The sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive value, negative predictive value and accuracy for detection of rifampicin resistance in all sputum samples (n=1667) were 92.1%, 99.3%, 89.4%, 99.5% and 98.9%, respectively; the equivalent values for smear-positive sputum specimens (n=1477) were 93.3%, 99.3%, 87.5%, 99.6% and 99%. Between January 2006 and December 2008, LiPA saved 25.3 and 32.2 days for TB diagnosis and rifampicin resistance of smear-positive samples, respectively.

INTERPRETATION: A molecular diagnostic service, using a non-automated line probe assay approach, provides a rapid and reliable national service for diagnosing MTBC and rifampicin resistance.

Polychronopoulou, K., A. F. Zedan, M. S. Katsiotis, M. A. Baker, A. A. AlKhoori, S. Y. AlQaradawi, S. J. Hinder, and S. AlHassan, "Rapid microwave assisted sol-gel synthesis of CeO2 and CexSm1-xO2 nanoparticle catalysts for CO oxidation", Molecular Catalysis, vol. 428: Elsevier, pp. 41–55, 2017. Abstract
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Polychronopoulou, K., A. F. Zedan, M. S. Katsiotis, M. A. Baker, A. A. AlKhoori, S. Y. AlQaradawi, S. J. Hinder, and S. AlHassan, "Rapid microwave assisted sol-gel synthesis of CeO2 and CexSm1-xO2 nanoparticle catalysts for CO oxidation", Molecular Catalysis, vol. 428: Elsevier, pp. 41–55, 2017. Abstract

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M.H. Abd El-Salam, M.N.A. Hassan, A. M. A. El-Fattah, M.M. El-Sayed, F. Assem, and M. El-Aaser, "A Rapid Method for the Determination of the Total Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) Encapsulated in β-casein Nanoparticles", American Journal of Food Technology, vol. 12, issue 2, pp. 140-143, 2017.
Barakat, A. A., M. A. Kandil, and A. T. Abd El Ghany, "A rapid method for identification of some pesticides and their derivatives on thin-layer chromatography [Egypt].", Zagazig Journal of Agricultural Research, 1980. Abstract
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