Hi, I am Tamer EL-Sayed Mosa EL-Bakary, My LiveDNA is 20.1158
Dr. Tamer EL-Sayed Mosa EL-Bakary
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Biochemistry from Mansoura University, Egypt
Institute: National Research Center, Egypt
Area of Interest: Biomedical Sciences
  •   Biochemistry
  •   Immunology
  •   Liver Diseases
  •   Western Blotting
URL: http://livedna.org/20.1158
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Afify, M., M.D. Abd-Elmaksoud, T. Mosa, M. Elshaer and N. Kotb, 2009. Diffrential effects of amitriptyline treatment on testicular and liver functions. Int. Integrative Biol., 8: 50-55.
2:   Attallah, A.M., T.E. Mosa, M.M. Omran, M.M. Abo-Zeid, I. El-Dosoky and Y.M. Shaker, 2007. Immunodetection of collagen types I, II, III and IV for differentiation of liver fibrosis stages in patients with chronic HCV. J. Immunoassay Immunochem., 28: 155-168.
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3:   Mona, E.Y., O.M. Ragia, A.K.H. Abeer and T.E. Mosa, 2010. Biochemical effects of fermented camel milk on diarrhea in rats. N. Y. Sci. J., 3: 106-111.
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4:   Mosa, T.E., A.A. Khayyal, A. Saad and M.M. Abo-Zeid, 2007. Evaluation of serum fibronectin and interleukin-10 in egyptian patients with combined viral hepatitis C and schistosomiasis. J. Genet. Eng. Biotechnol., 8: 1-9.
5:   Mosa, T.E., M.D. Abd Elmaksoud, A. Saad and M.M. Abo-Zeid, 2010. Clinical significance of serum laminin and INR ratio to diagnose fibrosis in patients with chronic active Hepatitis C. Int. Integrative Biol., 9: 31-36.
6:   Mosa, T.E., M.D. Abd Elmaksoud, M. Hawas and M.M. Abo-Zeid, 2010. Assessing possible different routes of HCV transmission. Nature Sci., 8: 79-84.
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