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Elwahy, A. H. M., M. R. Shaaban, and I. A. Abdelhamid, "Recent advances in the synthesis of star-shaped molecules based on a 1, 3, 5-triazine core", Advances in Heterocyclic Chemistry, vol. 140: Academic Press, pp. 233-301, 2023. Abstract
Khalil, N. M., "Recent Progress on Fungal Enzymes.", Plant Mycobiome.: Springer, Cham., 2023.
Fayad, M. A., M. Sobhi, M. T. Chaichan, T. Badawy, W. E. Abdul-Lateef, H. A. Dhahad, T. Yusaf, W. N. R. W. Isahak, M. S. Takriff, and A. A. Al-Amiery, "Reducing Soot Nanoparticles and NOX Emissions in CRDI Diesel Engine by Incorporating TiO2 Nano-Additives into Biodiesel Blends and Using High Rate of EGR", Energies, vol. 16, issue 9, pp. 3921, 2023.
Zhang, Y., J. A. Miller, J. Park, B. P. Lelieveldt, B. Long, T. Abdelaal, B. D. Aevermann, T. Biancalani, C. Comiter, O. Dzyubachyk, et al., "Reference-based cell type matching of in situ image-based spatial transcriptomics data on primary visual cortex of mouse brain.", Scientific reports, vol. 13, issue 1, pp. 9567, 2023. Abstract

With the advent of multiplex fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) and in situ RNA sequencing technologies, spatial transcriptomics analysis is advancing rapidly, providing spatial location and gene expression information about cells in tissue sections at single cell resolution. Cell type classification of these spatially-resolved cells can be inferred by matching the spatial transcriptomics data to reference atlases derived from single cell RNA-sequencing (scRNA-seq) in which cell types are defined by differences in their gene expression profiles. However, robust cell type matching of the spatially-resolved cells to reference scRNA-seq atlases is challenging due to the intrinsic differences in resolution between the spatial and scRNA-seq data. In this study, we systematically evaluated six computational algorithms for cell type matching across four image-based spatial transcriptomics experimental protocols (MERFISH, smFISH, BaristaSeq, and ExSeq) conducted on the same mouse primary visual cortex (VISp) brain region. We find that many cells are assigned as the same type by multiple cell type matching algorithms and are present in spatial patterns previously reported from scRNA-seq studies in VISp. Furthermore, by combining the results of individual matching strategies into consensus cell type assignments, we see even greater alignment with biological expectations. We present two ensemble meta-analysis strategies used in this study and share the consensus cell type matching results in the Cytosplore Viewer ( ) for interactive visualization and data exploration. The consensus matching can also guide spatial data analysis using SSAM, allowing segmentation-free cell type assignment.

Eldessoky, A. E., M. M. Khalefa, and A. M. Abu-Seida, "Regenerative endodontic therapy in mature teeth with necrotic pulp and apical periodontitis using two disinfection protocols", BMC Oral Health, vol. 23, pp. 163, 2023. laser_-_biology.pdf
Seif, H., A. el Banna, A. M. Abu-Seida, and D. I. El-Korashy, "Regenerative potential of a novel Aloe vera modified tricalcium silicate cement as a pulp capping material: an animal study", Dental materials Journal, vol. 42, issue 6, pp. 868-877, 2023. aloe_vera_-reg.pdf
Khaled, M. M., A. M. Ibrahium, A. I. Abdelgalil, M. A. El-Saied, and undefined, Regenerative Strategies in Treatment of Peripheral Nerve Injuries in Different Animal Models, , Egypt, 2023.
Khaled, M. M., A. M. Ibrahium, A. I. Abdelgalil, M. A. El-Saied, and S. H. El-Bably, "Regenerative Strategies in Treatment of Peripheral Nerve Injuries in Different Animal Models", Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, vol. 20, issue 6, pp. 839-877, 2023. 13770_2023_article_559.pdf
Zhang, Z., F. M. A. Altalbawy, M. Al-Bahrani, and Y. Riadi, "Regret-based multi-objective optimization of carbon capture facility in CHP-based microgrid with carbon dioxide cycling", Journal of Cleaner Production, vol. 384, pp. 135632, 2023. 4_jclepro-_2022-135632.pdf
Ghaiad, H. R., S. O. Ali, A. K. Al-Mokaddem, and M. Abdelmonem, "Regulation of PKC/TLR-4/NF-kB signaling by sulbutiamine improves diabetic nephropathy in rats ", Chemico-Biological Interactions, vol. 381, pp. 110544, 2023.
Beheiry, D. A., Z. Shafik, and D. Aboubakr, "A relational model of university's identity and architectural design pre-and post-pandemic", Archnet-IJAR: International Journal of Architectural Research, vol. 17, issue 2, pp. 301-322, 2023.
El-Marakby, A. I., A. I. AbdelGalil, M. B. Mostafa, and A. S. Soliman, "Relationships between the shape of the hoof capsule and orientation of the distal phalanx in long toe underrun heels in donkeys", EQUINE VETERINARY EDUCATION, vol. 35, issue 6, pp. 321–326, 2023. relationships_between_the_shape_of_the_hoof_capsule_and.pdf
Hassan, A. S., R. S. Elshaarawy, and H. F. Nagy, "Reliability Analysis of Exponentiated Exponential Distribution for Neoteric and Ranked Sampling Designs with Applications", STATISTICS, OPTIMIZATION AND INFORMATION COMPUTING, 2023. ss_neotric_exp._exponential.pdf
Hassan, A. S., R. S. Elshaarawy, and H. F. Nagy, "Reliability Analysis of Exponentiated Exponential Distribution for Neoteric and Ranked Sampling Designs with Applications", Statistics, Optimization and Information Computing, vol. 11, pp. 580-594, 2023. pdf
, "Reliable prediction of software defects using Shapley interpretable machine learning models", Egyptian Informatics Journal, vol. 24, no. 3: Elsevier, pp. 100386, 2023. Abstract
Al-Smadi, Y., M. Eshtay, A. Al-Qerem, S. Nashwan, O. Ouda, and A. A. Abd El-Aziz, "Reliable prediction of software defects using Shapley interpretable machine learning models", Egyptian Informatics Journal, vol. 24, no. 3: Elsevier, pp. 100386, 2023. Abstract
Elhabashy, M. M., H. M. Sharaf, and D. K. Ibrahim, "Reliable protection for static synchronous series compensated double-circuit transmission lines based on positive sequence active power calculations using PMUs", Electric Power Systems Research, vol. 223, issue October 2023, pp. Article no.109695, 2023. AbstractWebsite

Static Synchronous Series Compensator (SSSC) allows dynamic control capabilities of transmitted power. Unfortunately, inserting SSSC in transmission lines (TLs) disturbs impedance-based distance relays as their directionality and reachability are affected by overreaching or underreaching. This paper proposes an approach for protecting double-circuit TLs compensated with SSSC. It relies on the centralized wide-area protection architecture to calculate a proposed driven index: the rate of change of positive sequence active power difference. Phasor measurement units (PMUs) at TL ends estimate voltage and current phasors to calculate the positive sequence active power at TL ends and send them to the system protection center that evaluates the index and gives the trip decision or not. Ensuring the sensitivity, dependability, and security of the approach is essential. So, the overall scheme integrates two other algorithms. One is based on the polarities of the incremental power at both ends to determine whether the fault is internal or external. The other evaluates the phase angle of the integrated impedance to deactivate the power swing-blocking function for fault detection. The scheme's effectiveness is validated comprehensively through extensive simulation tests for fault and system conditions. The results show that the proposed approach is fast, secure, selective, and reliable.

Kucheriava, M., V. Nebis, and T. H. Ismail, "Reporting as a source for assessing the achievements of the CSR in the conditions of digitalization: improving the organization of the presentation", . Public Policy and Accounting, vol. 1, issue 7, pp. 17–21, 2023.
Ibrahim, M. E., L. Adarmouch, A. Elgamri, A. S. ElHafeez, Z. Mohammed, and A. S. Abdelhafiz, Researchers' Perspectives Regarding Ethical Issues of Biobank Research in the Arab Region, , 2023.
Algammal, A. M., R. M. El-Tarabili, W. A. A. El-Ghany, E. A. Almanzalawi, T. M. Alqahtani, H. Ghabban, A. S. Al-otaibi, N. M. Alatfeehy, N. M. Abosleima, H. F. Hetta, et al., "Resistance profiles, virulence and antimicrobial resistance genes of XDR S. Enteritidis and S. Typhimurium. ", AMB Express, vol. 13, issue 110, pp. 1-12, 2023.
Abo-EL-Sooud, K., Y. M. Abd-Elhakim, M. M. M. Hashem, A. E. El-Metwally, B. A. Hassan, and H. H. M. El-Nour, "Restorative effects of gallic acid against sub-chronic hepatic toxicity of co-exposure to zinc oxide nanoparticles and arsenic trioxide in male rats.", Heliyon, vol. 9, issue 6, pp. e17326, 2023. Abstractheliyon.pdf

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This study aimed to assess the effect of zinc oxide nanoparticles (ZNPs) and/or arsenic trioxide (ATO) exposure on the liver of adult male Sprague Dawley rats. Moreover, the probable ameliorative impact of gallic acid (GA) against ZNPs and ATO-induced hepatotoxicity and the possible underlying mechanisms were evaluated.

METHODS: Sixty male Sprague Dawley rats were distributed into six groups. The 1 and 2 groups were orally given distilled water (1 ml/kg) and 20 mg GA/kg b. wt, respectively. The 3 and 4 groups were orally given 100 mg ZNPs/kg b. wt and 8 mg ATO/kg b. wt, respectively. The 5 group was co-administered ZNPs and ATO at the doses mentioned above. The last one was co-administered ZNPs, ATO, and GA at the earlier described doses. All tested compounds were orally given once a day for 60 successive days. Then, serum levels of alkaline phosphatase (ALP), alanine aminotransferase (ALT), aspartate aminotransferase (AST), total, direct, indirect bilirubin, triglycerides, total cholesterol, HDL, VLDL, and LDL were estimated. The hepatic content of malondialdehyde (MDA), superoxide dismutase (SOD), and glutathione peroxidase (GPx) was evaluated. Moreover, Bcl-2 and Bax's reactive proteins were immunohistochemically detected, and Zn and As residual patterns in hepatic tissues were assessed.

RESULTS: ZNPs, ATO, and ZNPs+ATO-exposed rats showed significantly ( < 0.001) elevated serum AST (219%, 233%, and 333%), ALT (300%, 400%, and 475%), ALP (169%, 205%, and 294%), and total bilirubin (42%, 68%, and 109%) compared to the control ones. On the other hand, a significantly ( < 0.001) declined SOD (58%, 49%, and 43%) and GPx (70%, 63%, and 56%) but increased MDA (133%, 150%, and 224%) was recorded in the hepatic tissues of ZNPs, ATO, and ZNPs+ATO exposed rats, respectively, relative to the control rats. Moreover, the hepatic tissues of the ZNPs, ATO, and ZNPs+ATO exposed rats showed a significant ( < 0.001) decrease in Bcl-2 (28%, 33%, and 23%) but elevation in Bax (217%, 267%, and 236%) immunoreactivities compared to the control rats. These findings were consistent with the microscopic alterations in the hepatic architecture and accumulation of Zn and As. Furthermore, a notable hyperlipidemic condition was recorded following ZNPs and/or ATO exposure. On the contrary, GA notably reduced hepatic enzymes compared to ZNPs+ATO-exposed rats. Additionally, GA markedly improved ZNPs+ATO-afforded liver tissue damage and apoptotic events.

CONCLUSION: Overall, GA oral dosing significantly mitigated the negative effects of ZNPs and ATO on the liver by improving the antioxidant defense system and controlling apoptotic changes.

El-Ghany, W. A. A., "A review article on avian Erysipelas infection: An occupational disease of one health importance. ", Veterinary Integrative Sciences, vol. 21, issue 2, pp. 481-494., 2023. 2023.pdf