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AA Ghazalah, MO Abd-Elsamee, M. A. E. - M., "Response of laying hens to diets supplemented with microbial phytase and differ in their protein and methionine content.", Fayoum J. Agric. Res. &Dev., vol. 21, pp. 150-161, 2007. Abstract
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AA Ghazalah, MO Abd-Elsamee, M. A. E. - M. S. M. E., "Response of broiler chicks to microbial phytase supplementation in diets differ in available phosphorus sources and levels.", Egypt. Poult. Sci., vol. 26, pp. 1321-1341, 2006. Abstract
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AA Shafik, ShafikIA, O. E. - S., "Rectocele repair with stapled transvaginal rectal resection", Tech Coloproctol, vol. 20, issue 20, pp. 207–214, 2016.
Aabadir, M. F., S. K. Amin, A. N. F. Salam, F. I. Barakat, and undefined, "Rheological Properties of Wastewater from the Ceramic Tile Industry Treated with Different Coagulant", European Journal of Scientific Research, vol. 148, issue 1, 2017.
Aal, A. A. E., Hesham El Aassar, Mohamed Hammouda, K. Hussien, M. M. Sherif Hamed, and S. M. Hassan Khaled, "Radiofrequency Catheter Ablation of Atrial Fibrillation. Pulmonary Vein Osteal Isolation vs. 3-D Guided Circumferential Ablation", Egyptian Heart J 58(3): 595-604, September. 2006., Submitted.
el Aal Afifi, W. A., H. A. Hefny, N. R. Darwish, and imane fahmy, "Relative Position Estimation in Vehicle Ad-Hoc Network", IoT and Cloud Computing Advancements in Vehicular Ad-Hoc Networks, DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-2570-8: IGI Global, 2020.
Aasar, H. E. M., and K. Soliman, "The role of Carnosine in protection against the damaging effect of maternal nicotine exposure during gestation and lactation on the lung of albino rat ", International Journal : Journal of medical sciences, vol. vol (7) , issue January 2007, pp. 19-30 , Submitted.
Aasar, H. E. M., and K. Soliman, "The role of Carnosine in protection against the damaging effect of maternal nicotine exposure during gestation and lactation on the lung of albino rat ", International Journal : Journal of medical sciences, vol. vol (7) , issue January 2007, pp. 19-30 , Submitted.
AB, E. - A., RESPONSE OF Areca lutescens, Caryota mitis AND Chamaedorea elegans PALMS TO NUTRITIONAL AND IRRIGATION TREATMENTS, : Ornamental Horticulture Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo University, Giza, 2011. Abstract
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Abada, K. A., and G. A. M. Abdel-Malek, "The role of some systemic fungicides and resistance inducing chemicals on controlling pea downy mildew", Zagazig Journal of Agricultural Research, 2011. Abstract
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Abada, K. A., and A. M. Abdel-Malek, Gehan, "The role of some systemic fungicides and resistance inducing chemicals on controlling pea downy mildew.", Zagazig J. Agric. Res., vol. 38, no. (2), pp. 319–337, 2011. Abstract
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Abaza, S., S. El-mashad, H. El-Azizy, and M. Donia, "Role of power Doppler ultrasound in vascularity assessment and differential diagnosis of focal hepatic lesions", Egyptian Journal of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, vol. 33, issue 3, 2002.
Abbas, S., R. Hodhod, and M. El-Sheikh, "Retrieval of Behavior Trees using Map-and-Reduce Technique", Egyptian Informatics Journal, vol. 23, pp. 55-64, 2022.
Abbas, A. O., "THE ROLE OF PHOTOPERIOD REGIMENS ON REGULATING THE IMMUNE RESPONSE IN MALE BROILERS", Egyptian J. Anim. Prod, vol. 50, issue 2, pp. 85-92, 2013. Abstract
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Abbas, A. O., G. M. K. Mehaisen, G. L. Hendricks, A. E. Gehad, and M. M. Mashaly, "The role of photoperiod and melatonin injection on alleviation of inflammation induced by lipopolysaccaride injection in broiler chickens", POULTRY SCIENCE, vol. 87: POULTRY SCIENCE ASSOC INC 1111 N DUNLAP AVE, SAVOY, IL 61874-9604 USA, pp. 21-21, 2008. Abstract
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Abbas, S. S., M. A. Hegazy, H. A. M. Hendawy, S. A. Weshahy, and M. A. Y. H. ABDELWAHAB, "Resolution and Quantitation of Triamcinolone Acetonide and Its Coformulated Drug in the Presence of Its Impurities and Degradation Products by HPTLC and HPLC", journal of AOAC international, vol. 101, issue 4, 2018. mai_hassan__p1.pdf
Abbas, A. O., and G. M. K. Mehaisen, "The role of Lactobacillus Acidophilus in alleviating the stress response induced by Lipopolysaccharide in laying hens.", Egyptian Journal of Nutrition and Feeds, 2014. Abstract
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Abbas, A. M., A. Samy, K. Atwa, H. M. Ghoneim, M. Lotfy, H. Saber Mohammed, A. M. Abdellah, A. M. El Bahie, A. A. Aboelroose, A. M. El Gedawy, et al., "The role of levonorgestrel intra-uterine system in the management of adenomyosis: A systematic review and meta-analysis of prospective studies.", Acta obstetricia et gynecologica Scandinavica, vol. 99, issue 5, pp. 571 - 581, 2020. Abstract

INTRODUCTION: The levonorgestrel intrauterine system (LNG-IUS) is a long-acting hormone-releasing uterine device that has many non-contraceptive benefits. The study aims to assess the safety and efficacy of LNG-IUS in the management of adenomyosis. MATERIAL AND METHODS: We searched the following bibliographic databases: MEDLINE via PubMed, SCOPUS, Web of Science, Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials (CENTRAL), EMBASE and Google Scholar for the relevant studies which used LNG-IUS in management of patients with clinically or ultrasonographic diagnosed adenomyosis.The main outcome measures are pain score at the end of follow-up, bleeding, symptomatic relief, uterine volume (mL), endometrial thickness (mm) and/or hemoglobin level. RESULTS: Ten prospective studies (patients n = 551) were included. The overall effect estimates showed that the LNG-IUS led to significant reductions in pain score after 12 months (standardized mean difference [SMD[ -3.87, 95% confidence interval [CI] -5.51 to -2.23, P < .001), 24 months (SMD -5.56, 95% CI -9.80 to -1.32, P = .01) and 36 months of insertion (SMD -3.81, 95% CI -4.27 to -3.36, P < .001). Similarly, the Pictorial Blood Assessment Chart (PBAC) showed significant reduction up to 36 months after LNG-IUS insertion (SMD -2.32, 95% CI -2.91 to -1.73, P < .001). The LNG-IUS led to significant reductions in the uterine volume 12 months (SMD -.60, 95% CI -0.88 to -.31, P < .001) and 36 months after insertion (SMD -0.42, 95% CI -0.69 to -0.14, P = .003). CONCLUSIONS: LNG-IUS is a promising and effective option for the management of adenomyosis. Its use effectively reduced the severity of symptoms, uterine volume and endometrial thickness, and improved laboratory outcomes.

Abbas, S. S., M. A. Hegazy, H. A. M. Hendawy, S. A. Weshahy, and M. A. Y. H. ABDELWAHAB, "Resolution and quantitation of triamcinolone Acetonide and its Coformulated drug in the presence of its impurities and degradation products by HPTLC and HPLC", Journal of AOAC International, vol. 101, issue 4: Oxford University Press, pp. 981-991, 2018. Abstract
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Abbas, W. A., I. H. Abdullah, B. A. Ali, N. Ahmed, A. M. Mohamed, M. Y. Rezk, N. Ismail, M. A. Mohamed, and N. K. Allam, "Recent advances in the use of TiO2 nanotube powder in biological, environmental, and energy applications", Nanoscale Advances, vol. 1, issue 8, pp. 2801-2816, 2019.
Abbas, A. O., G. L. Hendricks, and M. M. Mashaly, "The role of photoperiod and exogenous melatonin in alleviating the negative impact of heat stress on immune response.", poultry Science, vol. 81, issue 1, pp. 18, 2002. Abstract
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Abbass, M. M. S., and R. A. A. Moneim, "RUSSELL BODIES DEVELOPMENT IN ASSOCIATION WITH APOPTOTIC CHANGES IN DIABETIC HUMAN GINGIVA", Egyptian Dental Journal, 2014. AbstractRUSSELL BODIES DEVELOPMENT IN ASSOCIATION WITH APOPTOTIC CHANGES IN DIABETIC HUMAN GINGIVA.pdf

Background: Periodontal disease is considered the sixth major complication of diabetes mellitus. Apoptosis plays a functional role in limiting diabetic repair through diabetes-enhanced caspase-3 activity. The immune system has been shown to play an important role in the initiation and progression of periodontal disease. The fact that diabetics are more susceptible to infections suggests that immunologic capability may be deranged and the inflammatory process is enhanced in term of increased level of immunoglobulins. Russell bodies, an uncommon finding that may be associated with chronic inflammatory conditions. T-cells might promote the formation of Russell bodies (Mott cells) through the release of soluble factors, such as IL-2 which acts in a paracrine fashion to support the survival and function of regulatory T – cells (Tregs).
Methods: The aim of the study was to determine the adaptive apoptotic and inflammatory alterations accompanying diabetes in human gingival. To fulfill this objective, gingival biopsies (one per person) were collected from 10 diabetic patients (Type 2 diabetes mellitus) with periodontitis (Diabetic group) and from 10 donors with no known history of diabetes mellitus or periodontitis (Control group).The sections were examined histologically, immunohistochemically and by the direct immunofluorescence technique.
Results: Histopathological examination of the diabetic gingiva showed the association of Russell bodies with the numerous inflammatory cells detected in the lamina propria. This was further assured by increased reaction for CD138. Also, there was increased immunoreactivity for caspase-3 and IL-2. The histomorphometric analysis data supported the immunohistochemical results as there has been a high significant increase in the area percentage of caspase-3, CD-138 and IL-2 immunoreaction in the gingiva of diabetic group in comparison to the control group. Immunofluorescence labeling revealed increased reaction for IgA and IgM in the inflammatory cells and Russell bodies.
Conclusions: Diabetes enhanced apoptosis results in a cascade of events; starting by inflammation and formation of Mott cells (Russell bodies) in addition to deterioration of the immune system in the form of increased immunoglobulins.

Abbass, M. M., N. S. Korany, A. H. Salama, J. J. Dmytryk, and B. Safiejko-Mroczka, "The relationship between receptor for advanced glycation end products expression and the severity of periodontal disease in the gingiva of diabetic and non diabetic periodontitis patients.", Archives of oral biology, vol. 57, issue 10, pp. 1342-54, 2012 Oct. Abstract

Objective: Activation of receptor for advanced glycation end products (RAGE) has been implicated in many chronic diseases, including diabetic complications. In this study we examined the relationship between RAGE expression and the morphological changes seen in the gingiva of diabetic and periodontitis patients.
Design: Gingival biopsies from 15 diabetic patients with periodontitis, 25 non diabetic patients with periodontitis and 10 healthy individuals were collected. Sections were stained with haematoxylin and eosin, and immunohistochemically to detect RAGE. Samples were examined in light and fluorescence microscopes and histomorphometric analysis was performed.
Results: Increased number of inflammatory cells and changes in collagen and vasculature were observed in diabetic and non diabetic patients with periodontitis. RAGE was weakly expressed in healthy gingiva. The strongest reaction with anti-RAGE antibody was found in the gingiva of diabetic patients with periodontitis followed by the severe periodontitis patients. RAGE expression in inflammatory cells was stronger than in the epithelium. The number of inflammatory cells in the gingiva was higher in the diabetic periodontitis patients than in the non diabetic severe periodontitis patients.
Conclusions: RAGE is strongly expressed in the gingiva of diabetic patients with periodontitis and with severe periodontitis alone, the latter indicating RAGE activation even in the absence of hyperglycemia. However our findings are based on relatively small sample size. With a larger patient population, some of our other findings may have reached statistical significance.