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List Of Publications

 

1.     On the biochemical phenomenon of nanoparticles-protein interactions. J. Nanoparticles Research 2010  Review article. (under publication)

2-  Nanoparticles labeled stem cells: A novel therapeutic vehicle. Journal “Clinical Pharmacology: Advances and Applications”2010  Review article.                    (Accepted)

3.     Key Glycolytic enzymes as biomarkers in plasma of Saudi autistic children. Open access Journal clinical trials 2010.                                                       (Accepted)

 

4.    Measurement of selected ions related to oxidative stress and energy metabolism in Saudi autistic children. Clinical Biochemistry 2009.  

 

5.    Biomarkers Discovery Of neurological Diseases: A metabolomic approach. Open access Journal clinical trials 2009.  

6.    On the toxicity of therapeutically used nanoparticles: An overview. J Toxicology (2009).

 

7.    Metabolic biomarkers related to oxidative stress and antioxidant status in Saudi autistic children. Clinical Biochemistry,  2009, 42: 1032-1040.

 

8.    Metabolic biomarkers related to energy metabolism in Saudi  autistic children. Clinical Biochemistry, 2009, 42: 949-957. 

 

9.    Effect of sublethal concentration of Solanum nigrum on transaminases and lactate dehydrogenase of Biomphalaria Arabica, in Saudi Arabia. J. Egypt. Soc. Parasitol. 37(1):39-50 (2007).

 

10.    Induced changes in the amino acid profile of Biomphalaria alexandrina molluscan host to Schistosoma mansoni using sublethal concentrations of selected plant molluscicides. J Applied Sciences (2007).

 

 11.    Important aspects of Schistosome – Biomphalaria interactions as target for antischistosome drug . Medical Science Monitor 12 (12): 282-292 (2006).

  

12.                       Review:  Stage-specific expression of schistosome proteins as potential target for drug design. Medical Science Monitor 11(3) :94-103 (2005).

13.                       Histological and Histochemical studies on mice liver-treated with curcuma longa or praziquantel. Egypt. Pharm. J. 5 (1): 77-101 (2005).

 

14.                       On the pathogenicity of attenuated  Schistosoma mansoni cercariae released from metabolically disturbed Biomphalaria alexandrina. J. Egypt. Soc. Parasitol. 33 (3). 777-794 (2003).

15.                       Review: Biochemical and immunological adaptation in schistosome parasitism. Comp. Biochem. Physiol 136 (B), 227-243 (2003). 

16.                       Antibilharzial evaluation of different extract of Hydrangea hortensis. Bull. Fac. Pharm. Cairo Univ. 41(3),(2003).

17.                       Effects of carnosine on bilharzial infestation in hamsters : biochemical and histochemical studies. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 131 (B), 535-542. (2002).

 

18.                       Effect of carnosine administration on certain metabolic parameters in bilharzial- infected hamsters. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. (2001).

19.                       Biochemical study on Dimethoate chronic toxicity in rats and the protective effects of different diets. Med. J. of Cairo University . 69, 151-159 (2001). 

20.                       Effect of schistosomal infection and its treatment with Curcuma longa extract on some bioenergetic parameters in mice livers. Bull. NRC, Egypt, 26(1), 61-69 (2001).

 

21.                       In vivo, attenuation of schistosome cercarial development and disturbance of egg laying capacity in Biomphalaria alexandrina using sublethal concentration of plant molluscicides. J. Egypt. Soc. Parasitol, 31(3),657-669 (2001). 

22.                       SDS_PAGE –separated tissue proteins of Biomphalaria alexandrina in the presence and absence of Schistosoma mansoni infection. J. Egypt. Soc. Parasitol. 30 (1), 125-136 (2000).

23.                       Schistosoma mansoni:  Susceptibility of Biomphalaria alexandrina snails to Schistosoma mansoni infection: correlation with activity of certain glycolytic enzymes. J. Egypt. Soc. Parasitol. 30 (2), 547-560 (2000).

24.                       Sublethal concentrations of Ambrosia maritima (Damsissa) affecting compatibility of Biomphalaria alexandrina snails to Schistosoma mansoni infection through disturbing the glycolytic pathway. J. Egypt. Soc. Parasitol. 30 (2), 809-819 (2000).

25.                       Kinetic responses of adenylate degrading enzymes in muscles of freshwater snails, molluscan hosts for schistosoma species and a trial to disturb using saponins. Bull. NRC, Egypt, 24,59-73 (1999). 

26.                       Effect of alkaloids and saponins of plant origin on of  Biomphalaria alexandrina snails. Egypt. J. Bilh.21, 125-144 (1999).

27.                       HPLC analysis of free amino acids in Biomphalaria alexandrina snails under the influence of larval parasitic infection and starvation. Egypt. J. Bilh. 21, 34-51 (1999).

28.                       On the factors affecting natural selection between schistosoma parasite and their molluscan intermediate host. . J. Egypt. Ger. Soc. Zool . 26 (D), 87-102 (1998).

29.                       Some properties and specificity of deoxyribonuclease and ribonuclease of freshwater mollusks hosts and non- hosts to schistosoma parasite. . J. Egypt. Ger. Soc. Zool. 24 (A),35 -47 (1997).

30.                       Elucidation of the role of specificity, development and exposure to trematode infection on citrulline, arginine and nitrite levels in freshwater snails. Bull. Egypt. Soc. Physiol. Sci.17(1), 87-97 (1997).

31.                       Mechanism of action of acylurea flufenoxuron on larvae of the egyptian cotton leaf worm Spodoptera littoralis. J. Egypt. Ger. Soc. Zool. 21,27-47 (1996).

32.                       Comparative studies on polysacharases of freshwater snails target and non-target to schistosoma parasite. J. Union Arab Biol. 6(A),21-33 (1996).

33.                       Trace elements profile and kinetic studies of pyruvate kinase in freshwater snails target and non-target to schistosoma parasite. Egypt. J. Bilh. 18,27-38 (1996).

 

34.                       Screening of two pyrazolopyrimidines for schistosomicidal activity and their effect on serum transaminases of albino mice. Egypt. J. Bilh.16, 201-210 (1995).

35                       Alkaline phosphatase and 5- nucleotidase activities and levels of calcium and phosphorus in tissue of some freshwater snails. Egypt. J. Bilh.17, (1995).

36.                       Kinetic properties and sensitivity to methotrexate inhibition of dihydrofolate reductase in freshwater snails  Bilh.17, (1995).

37.                       Kinetic responses of lactate dehydrogenase and two transaminases during developmental stages  of Biomphalaria alexandrina snails. Egypt. J. Bilh.17, (1995).

38.                       Observations on the use of dursban as a molluscicide on some biological processes in Biomphalaria alexandrina snails. Egypt. J. Pharm. Sci., 35(1-6), 539-552 (1994).

39.                       Effect of excess vitamin C on certain biochemical parameters in laboratory bred Biomphalaria alexandrina snails. Egypt. J. Pharm. Sci., 35(1-6), 477-487 (1994).

40.                       Review:  Factors affecting natural selection between helminthes parasites and their molluscan intermediate hosts with special reference to schistosoma. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 108 B,397-415 (1994).

41.                       Comparative metabolic study of three potent organophosphorous insecticides in Biomphalaria alexandrina snails. Egypt. J. Bilh. 15(1,2),101- 109 (1993).

42.                       Effect of some organophosphorous insecticides on amylases and cellulases in Biomphalaria alexandrina snails. Egypt. J. Bilh. 15(1,2),183 -188 (1993).

43.                       Synthesis of some Thiazolidianone and Pyrazolidinones of possible inhibitory effect on Biomphalaria alexandrina snails enzymatic activities. Egypt. J. Bilh. 15(1,2),171-181 (1993).

44.                       Potential of certain organophosphorous insecticides to Biomphalaria alexandrina snails   and their stability in the aqueous solution. Bull. Fac. Agri. Cairo 44 (2), 433-444 (1993).

45.                       Comparative enzymatic studies on 5-azacytidine pre-treated Biomphalaria alexandrina snails. Pakistan Journal of Biochemistry, 25,1-15 (1992).

46.                       Comparative studies on some hydrolytic enzymes of Biomphalaria alexandrina snails specific intermediate hosts for schistosomiasis. J. Biol. Med. Sci. Ther.8 (4),1-7 (1992).

47.                       Effect of magnesium and urea on glucose and glycogen content in schistosomiasis intermediate hosts. Bull. NRC. Egypt, 18 (1),49-54 (1992).

48.                       Mini review: Metabolic end-products in parasitic helminthes and their molluscan intermediate hosts. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 101B,499-508 (1992). 

49.                       Succinate DCPIP and NADH-fumarate oxidoreductases in freshwater snails susceptible and non-susceptible to schistosoma infection. Cell. Mol. Biol 38(2), 131-134 (1992).

50.                       Synthesis and effect of new tetrahydronaphthyl pyrazolines on carbohydrate metabolism in Bilharzia snails. Bull. Fac. Pharm. Cairo Univ.30(3) 24-31 (1992).

51.                       Spectrophotometric and electrophoretic determination of the effect of copper sulphate and bayluscide on some enzymatic activities in Biomphalaria alexandrina snails. Bull. NRC. Egypt, 18 (3),173-188 (1992).

52.                       Kinetic potentials of certain scavenger enzymes in freshwater snails susceptible and non-susceptible to schistosoma infection. Cell. Mol. Biol.39 (4),449-454. (1992).

53.                       Biological aspects of controlling snail hosts of bilhaziasis using wild and cultivated plant extract. Annals of agri. Sci. Moshtohor 30 (3), 1531-1539 (1992).

54.                       Inhibition of lactate dehydrogenase isoenzyme associated with anaerobic respiration in schistosomiasis intermediate host snails. Cell. Mol.Biol.37 (1),1-7 (1991).

55.                       Variation of transaminases and lactate dehydrogenase in irradiated Biomphalaria alexandrina snails. Cell. Mol.Biol.37 (4),385-390 (1991).

56.                       Measurement of some hydrolytic enzymes in Biomphalaria alexandrina snails specific intermediate hosts for schistosomiasis. Cell. Mol. Biol.37(3),309-314 (1991).

57.                       Kinetic properties of two transaminases and lactate dehydrogenase in freshwater snails, specific intermediate hosts for human schistosomiasis. Cell. Mol. Biol.36(4),375-381 (1990).

58.                       Measurement of some selected enzymatic activities in infected Biomphalaria alexandrina snails. Cell. Mol.Biol.36(6),367-372 (1990).

59.                       Selected enzymatic activities in freshwater snails, specific intermediate hosts for human schistosomiasis. Cell. Mol. Biol. 35(2),181-185 (1989).

60.                       Genetic studies on freshwater snails, specific intermediate hosts for schistosomiasis. III- Chemical modification through incorporation of 5-bromouracil into deoxyribonucleic acid. Cell. Mol.Biol. 27, 185-203 (1981).

61.                       Genetic studies on freshwater snails, specific intermediate hosts for schistosomiasis. IV- Gamma radiation as physical mutagen on deoxyribonucleic acid.. Cell. Mol.Biol. 27, 275-277(1981).

62.                       Genetic studies on freshwater snails, specific intermediate hosts for schistosomiasis. I- Isolation and base composition determination of  ribonucleic acid (RNA). Cell. Mol. Biol. 26,85-88 (1980).

63.                       Genetic studies on freshwater snails, specific intermediate hosts for schistosomiasis. I- Isolation and base composition determination of  deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). Cell. Mol. Biol.26,455-458 (1980).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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