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Sayyouh, M. H., "Yusuf-The Prophet-was the first who presented and solved the linear programming problem", The Arabian Journal for Science, 1994.
Mofeed, R., and R. Kamel, "YOUTH HOUSES IN THE NEW URBAN SETTLEMENTS; A STUDY OF THE FUNCTIONAL NEEDS", Engineering Research Journal, Helwan University, vol. Vol 90, 2003.
Shamloul, R., "Your Job and Your Erection", The journal of sexual medicine, vol. 6, no. 8: Wiley Online Library, pp. 2341–2342, 2009. Abstract
Emara, K. H. S., Your imaged guide to ornamental house plants, , Cairo, Al Dar Al Arabia, 2006.
Abdel Gawad, M. K., G. A. A. El-Kheir, and W. G. Kassab, "The youngest records of mosasaurid reptiles from the Upper Cretaceous of the South-Western Desert in Egypt", Proceedings of the Geologists' Association, vol. 132, issue 5, pp. 556-562, 2021.
Salem Salem, H. S., N. Allahloubi, and M. Moneer, "younger age at presentation of colorectal cancer; just a trend or different biology?: p-296", Annals of Oncology, vol. 28, pp. 103, 2017. Abstract
Abdelgawad, H., YOUNG RESEARCHER AWARD, : Citeseer, Submitted. Abstract
Roushdy, R., and I. Selwaness, "Young people’s labor market outcomes during a period of transition", Panel survey of young people in Egypt, 2014. Abstract
Selwaness, I., and R. Roushdy, "Young People School-to-Work Transition in the Aftermath of the Arab Spring: Early Evidence from Egypt", International Journal of Manpower, vol. 40, issue 3: Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 398-432, 2019. AbstractWebsite

The purpose of this paper is to examine the school-to-work transition of young people from subsequent school exit cohorts between 2001 and 2012 in Egypt, thus, presenting an early evidence on the adjustments of the labor market in terms of patterns of youth transition to a first job following the 2011 Egyptian uprising.

The analysis compares the early employment outcomes of those who left school after the January 25, 2011 uprising to that of those who left before 2011. The authors also separately control for the cohorts who left school in 2008 and 2009, in an attempt to disentangle any labor market adjustments that might have happened following the financial crisis, and before the revolution. Using novel and unexploited representative data from the 2014 Survey of Young People in Egypt (SYPE), the authors estimate the probability of transition to any first job within 18 months from leaving education and that of the transition to a good-quality job, controlling for the year of school exit. The authors also estimate the hazard of finding a first job and a good-quality job using survival analysis.

School exit cohorts of 2008–2009 (following the financial crisis) and those of 2011–2012 (in the aftermath of the 2011 uprisings) experienced a significantly higher likelihood of finding a first job within 18 months than that of the cohorts of 2001–2007. However, this came at the expense of the quality of job, conditional on having found a first job. The results of the hazard model show that school leavers after 2008 who were not able to transition to a job shortly after leaving school experienced longer unemployment spells than their peers who left school before 2007. The odds of finding a good-quality job appears to decline with time spent in non-employment or in a bad-quality first job.

This paper contributes to a limited, yet growing, literature on how school-to-work transition evolved during the global financial crisis and the Egyptian 2011 revolution. Using data from SYPE 2014, the most recent representative survey conducted in Egypt on youth and not previously exploited to study youth school-to-work transition, the paper investigates the short-term adjustments of the youth labor market opportunities during that critical period of Egypt and the region’s history.

A, F., B. S, S. MA, and E. - F. A, "Young diabetic patients had increased coronary and extracoronary atherosclerotic burden as detected by multidetector computed tomography.", 23rd Scientific meeting of the International Society of Hypertension, Vancouver, Canada, September, 2010.
AbdelWahab, A. M., and M. A. Nabinh, "A young child with palpitations", Journal of electrocardiology, vol. 42, no. 3: Churchill Livingstone, pp. 237, 2009. Abstract
Wahab, A. A. M., and M. A. Nabinh, "A young child with palpitations", Journal of electrocardiology, vol. 42, issue 3: Elsevier Science Ltd., pp. 237, 2009. Abstract
Hamed, A. P. D. M. F. M., and D. W. K. Ahmed, Yomna Magdy Mohammed El Saied, , Giza, Cairo University, 2013. yomna_abstracts.pdf
Mamdouh, N., and A. Khattab, "YOLO-Based Deep Learning Framework for Olive Fruit Fly Detection and Counting", IEEE Access, vol. 9, pp. 84252-84262, 2021.
Makar, H. A. S., and A. H. M. E. D. E. L. S. A. Y. E. D. FATHALLA, "Yolk Sac Tumor of the Ovary in 18 Egyptian Cases: Does It Really Differ?", JCT, vol. 7, issue 4, pp. 247-253, 2016.
FATHALLA, A. H. M. E. D. E. L. S. A. Y. E. D., and H. A. L. A. A. Z. I. Z. SHOKRALLA, Yolk Sac Tumor of the Ovary in 18 Egyptian Cases: Does It Really Differ?, , 2016. jct_2016040717565252.pdf
Adham, F. K., A. B. E. E. R. S. YAMANI, and H. Mehlhorn, "Yolk Protien uptake in the oocyte of the Asian tiger mosquito Aedes albopicuts (Skuse) (Diptera: Culicidae).", Parasitol. Res., vol. 111, pp. 1315-1324, 2012.
Riad, S. A., M. A. M. Kicka, M. A. Osman, and G. A. R. Kamar, "Yolk cholesterol in eggs from various avian species [Fayoumi hens, Japanese quails, Holand turkeys; in Egypt].", Egyptian Journal of Animal Production, 1981. Abstract
Senbel, A. M., and T. Mostafa, "Yohimbine enhances the effect of sildenafil on erectile process in rats", Int J Impot Res, vol. 20, issue 4, pp. 409-417, 2008.
El-Abd MM, Elsabie WB, H. E. M., and S. HF., ""Yoghurt enriched with Conjugated Linoleic Acid using probiotic bacteria bio-production and addition of Avocado fruit"", Journal of food and dairy sciences, Mansoura University, vol. 6, no. 59, pp. 69, 2015. Abstract
Atef, R. M., A. M. Agha, A. - R. A. Abdel-Rhaman, and N. N. Nassar, "The Ying and Yang of Adenosine A1 and A2A Receptors on ERK1/2 Activation in a Rat Model of Global Cerebral Ischemia Reperfusion Injury.", Molecular neurobiology, 2017 Jan 24. Abstract

Adenosine impacts cerebral ischemia reperfusion (IR) through the inhibitory A1 and the excitatory A2 receptors. The present study aimed at investigating the contrasting role of pERK1/2 in mediating adenosine A1R (protective) versus A2AR (deleterious) effects in IR. Male Wistar rats subjected to bilateral carotid occlusion (45 min) followed by reperfusion (24 h) exhibited increased pERK1/2 activity, downstream from DAG pathway, along with increases in hippocampal glutamate, c-Fos, NF-κB, TNF-α, iNOS, TBARS, cytochrome c, caspase-3, BDNF, Nrf2, and IL-10 contents. Further, hippocampal microglial reactivity, glial TNF-α, and BDNF expression were observed. Although unilateral intrahippocampal injection of either the A1R agonist CHA or the A2AR agonist CGS21680 increased pERK1/2, only CHA mitigated histopathological and behavioral deficits along with reducing glutamate, microglial activation, c-Fos, TNF-α, iNOS, TBARS, cytochrome c and caspase-3 and elevating Nrf2 and IL-10 levels in IR rats. These results yield insight into the double-faceted nature of pERK1/2 in mediating protective and deleterious effects of A1R and A2AR signaling, respectively, against IR injury.