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King Faisal University

EducationAl Hufūf, Saudi Arabia
About: King Faisal University is a education organization based out in Al Hufūf, Saudi Arabia. It is known for research contribution in the topics: Population & Adsorption. The organization has 3797 authors who have published 6253 publications receiving 80933 citations. The organization is also known as: Ğāmiʿat al-Malak Fayṣal.


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TL;DR: This review provides basic information about translation of doses between species and estimation of starting dose for clinical trials using allometric scaling and the method of calculation of injection volume for parenteral formulation based on human equivalent dose.
Abstract: Understanding the concept of extrapolation of dose between species is important for pharmaceutical researchers when initiating new animal or human experiments. Interspecies allometric scaling for dose conversion from animal to human studies is one of the most controversial areas in clinical pharmacology. Allometric approach considers the differences in body surface area, which is associated with animal weight while extrapolating the doses of therapeutic agents among the species. This review provides basic information about translation of doses between species and estimation of starting dose for clinical trials using allometric scaling. The method of calculation of injection volume for parenteral formulation based on human equivalent dose is also briefed.

3,148 citations

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TL;DR: A review of different methods of preparation of silver nanoparticles and application of these nanoparticles in different fields can be found in this paper, where the authors show that the electromagnetic, optical and catalytic properties of nanoparticles are strongly influenced by shape, size and size distribution.

1,040 citations

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TL;DR: The findings of this study offer useful suggestions for policy-makers, designers, developers and researchers, which will enable them to get better acquainted with the key aspects of the e-learning system usage successfully during COVID-19 pandemic.
Abstract: The provision and usage of online and e-learning system is becoming the main challenge for many universities during COVID-19 pandemic. E-learning system such as Blackboard has several fantastic features that would be valuable for use during this COVID-19 pandemic. However, the successful usage of e-learning system relies on understanding the adoption factors as well as the main challenges that face the current e-learning systems. There is lack of agreement about the critical challenges and factors that shape the successful usage of e-learning system during COVID-19 pandemic; hence, a clear gap has been identified in the knowledge on the critical challenges and factors of e-learning usage during this pandemic. Therefore, this study aims to explore the critical challenges that face the current e-learning systems and investigate the main factors that support the usage of e-learning system during COVID-19 pandemic. This study employed the interview method using thematic analysis through NVivo software. The interview was conducted with 30 students and 31 experts in e-learning systems at six universities from Jordan and Saudi Arabia. The findings of this study offer useful suggestions for policy-makers, designers, developers and researchers, which will enable them to get better acquainted with the key aspects of the e-learning system usage successfully during COVID-19 pandemic.

586 citations

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TL;DR: The 80% methanolic extract of peels (WME) was a potent inhibitor for Listeria monocytogenes, S. aureus, Escherichia coli and Yersinia enterocolitica and the activity of WME was related to its higher content of total phenolics, including phenolics and flavonoids.

550 citations

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TL;DR: This review discusses and summarizes the recent developments and advances in the use of biodegradable materials for bone repair purposes, including polymers, ceramics and magnesium alloys, which have attracted much attention for osteologic repair and applications.
Abstract: This review discusses and summarizes the recent developments and advances in the use of biodegradable materials for bone repair purposes. The choice between using degradable and non-degradable devices for orthopedic and maxillofacial applications must be carefully weighed. Traditional biodegradable devices for osteosynthesis have been successful in low or mild load bearing applications. However, continuing research and recent developments in the field of material science has resulted in development of biomaterials with improved strength and mechanical properties. For this purpose, biodegradable materials, including polymers, ceramics and magnesium alloys have attracted much attention for osteologic repair and applications. The next generation of biodegradable materials would benefit from recent knowledge gained regarding cell material interactions, with better control of interfacing between the material and the surrounding bone tissue. The next generations of biodegradable materials for bone repair and regeneration applications require better control of interfacing between the material and the surrounding bone tissue. Also, the mechanical properties and degradation/resorption profiles of these materials require further improvement to broaden their use and achieve better clinical results.

517 citations


Authors

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NameH-indexPapersCitations
Muhammad Ahmad128118779758
Anil Kumar Saxena5831010107
David W. Boykin5439710212
Ahmed Ibrahim5056713445
Mohamed G. Gouda4928210956
Dimitris Kletsas4819510468
Mohamed Naguib471766690
Basem M. Abdallah39895540
Khurshid Ayub382944942
Muhammad Latif383085187
Bilal Akash371013716
Sajid Ali Ansari37975272
Mohammad Shahid363095866
Eiyad Abu-Nada351007182
Shahrukh K. Hashmi332684176
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No. of papers from the Institution in previous years
YearPapers
202350
202294
20211,021
2020895
2019531
2018356