Mohammed Abdel Maksoud

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Typhoid fever is common in developing countries, with an estimated 120 million infections and 700 000 annual deaths, worldwide. Fluoroquinolones have been the treatment of choice for infection with multidrug-resistant (MDR) Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi (S. Typhi). However, alarming reports of fluoroquinolone-resistance and failure of typhoid fever(More)
The effect of spraying the antioxidants (ascorbic acid or citric acid) each at 1000 and 2000 ppm alone or combined with the biofertilizer 'Phosphorine' on yield and fruit quality of olive trees, were studied, under calcareous soil conditions. Results cleared that sole application of either ascorbic acid or citric acid 2000ppm improved yield and fruit(More)
  • Soheir K Habib, Hamed M Ryhan, Abdel Dessouki, Mustapha Galil, Al-Sayyid Kamel, El Mona +13 others
  • 2000
The Egypt Human Development Report (1998/99) is the fifth in a series of reports published by the Institute of National Planning since 1994. These reports were guided by the conceptual framework and methods developed by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in 1990, when they were used in its first international report on human development. The(More)
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