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    • Laboratory medicine in Palestine 

      Abu Seir, Rania; Najjar, Osama (2018-12-05)
      Background Laboratory Medicine (LM) is one of the cornerstones of healthcare. In Palestine, 3.5% of health expenditure is allocated to clinical laboratories. Methodology The Palestinian Ministry of Health (MOH) started ...
    • The Lancet Commission on global mental health and sustainable development 

      Patel, Vikram; Saxena, Shekhar; Lund, Crick; Thornicroft, Graham; Baingana, Florence; Bolton, Paul; Chisholm, Dan; Collins, Pamela Y; Cooper, Janice L; Eaton, Julian; Herrman, Helen; Herzallah, Mohammad M; Huang, Yueqin; Jordans, Mark J D; Kleinman, Arthur; Medina-Mora, Maria Elena; Morgan, Ellen; Niaz, Unaiza; Omigbodun, Olayinka; Prince, Martin; Rahman, Atif; Saraceno, Benedetto; De Silva, Mary; Singh, Ilina; Stein, Dan J; Sunkel, Charlene; UnÜtzer, JÜrgen (2018-10-09)
      A decade on from the 2007 Lancet Series on global mental health, which sought to transform the way policy makers thought about global health, a Lancet Commission aims to seize the opportunity offered by the Sustainable ...
    • Learning Difficulties in Chemistry: An Overview 

      Sirhan, Ghassan (2007-06-25)
      Chemistry is often regarded as a difficult subject, an observation which sometimes repels learners from continuing with studies in chemistry. This paper seeks to bring together the general findings ...
    • Learning from negative feedback in patients with major depressive disorder is attenuated by SSRI antidepressants 

      Herzallah, Mohammad M.; Moustafa, Ahmed A.; Natsheh, Joman Y.; Abdellatif, Salam M.; Taha, Mohamad B.; Tayem, Yasin I.; Sehwail, Mahmud A.; Amleh, Ivona; Petrides, Georgios; Myers, Catherine E.; Gluck, Mark A. (2013-09-23)
      One barrier to interpreting past studies of cognition and major depressive disorder (MDD) has been the failure in many studies to adequately dissociate the effects of MDD from the potential cognitive side effects of selective ...
    • The level of offenses against archaeological and heritage resources, one year after implementation of the new Palestinian antiquities law 

      Al-Houdalieh, Salah Hussein; Jamal, Hasan S. (2020-05-30)
      This article analyzes the cases related to offenses against cultural heritage property registered by the public prosecution courts throughout the West Bank, focusing on those registered during the first year after the new ...
    • Levels of extremely low-frequency electric and magnetic fields from overhead power lines in the outdoor environment of ramallah city-Palestine 

      Abuasbi, Falastine; Lahham, Adnan; Abdel-Raziq, Issam Rashid (Oxford University Press, 2017-11-18)
      In this study, levels of extremely low-frequency electric and magnetic fields originated from overhead power lines were investigated in the outdoor environment in Ramallah city, Palestine. Spot measurements were applied ...
    • Leveraging upon standards to build the Internet of Things 

      Hoebeke, Jeroen; Carels, David; Ishaq, Isam; Ketema, Girum; Rossey, Jen; De Poorter, Eli; Moerman, Ingrid; Demeester, Piet (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2012-11-16)
      Smart embedded objects will become an important part of what is called the Internet of Things. However, the integration of embedded devices into the Internet introduces several challenges, since many of the existing Internet ...
    • Life Aspirations of Palestinian Women 

      Banat, Bassam Yousef Ibrahim (2019-03-03)
      The main purpose of the current study was to explore life aspirations of Palestinian women. Index of a 30-item scale used to measure women's' life aspirations developed by the researcher, based on Aspiration Index introduced ...
    • Life Orientation among Palestinians 

      Banat, Bassam Yousef Ibrahim (2019-11-19)
      Life orientation (Lo) is an inter-disciplinary topic that is embedded in various disciplines of social science, education, arts, and humanities. Over the past decades, scholars and researchers have shown increased interest ...
    • Life Satisfaction of Palestinian Aged 

      Banat, Bassam Yousef Ibrahim (Sociological Association of the UAE, 2019-06-03)
      The study aims at investigating life satisfaction of Palestinian aged people. An index of a 33-item scale was used to measure the satisfaction level of life among Palestinian aged developed by the researcher, based on the ...
    • A Low-Cost Educational Remotely Controlled Solar Energy Laboratory 

      Odeh, Salaheddin; Rishmawi, Tarek; Al-Hawash, Rafat (Science and Education Publishing, 2017-07-10)
      This paper proposes the hardware and software implementation of the system required to establish a low-cost educational remotely controlled solar energy laboratory. The system consists of two main parts, a Solar Energy ...
    • Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Electrolysis 

      Meir, Arie; Hjouj, Mohammad; Rubinsky, Liel; Rubinsky, Boris (2015-02-09)
      This study explores the hypothesis that Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) can image the process of electrolysis by detecting pH fronts. The study has relevance to real time control of cell ablation with electrolysis. To ...
    • Marriage, Split Residency, and the Separation Wall in Jerusalem 

      Allabadi, Fadwa; Hardan, Tareq (2015-06-06)
      Israeli policies deny Palestinian Jerusalemites with blue identification cards, who live in either J1 (the part of East Jerusalem annexed and incorporated into the Israeli municipality of Jerusalem after the 1967 War) or ...
    • MDR tuberculosis and non-compliance with therapy 

      Ereqat, Suheir; Spigelman, Mark; Bar-Gal, Gila Kahila; Ramlawi, Asad; Abdeen, Ziad (2011-09-01)
      The emergence of multidrug-resistant (MDR) tuberculosis is a worldwide public health problem. We reported a case of pulmonary MDR tuberculosis in a 41-year-old man with diabetes from the West Bank, Palestine. 1 The bacteria ...
    • Mechanisms of Phosphorous Uptake Efficiency of Safflower and Sunflower Grown in Different Soils 

      Abbadi, Jehad; Dittert, Klaus; Steingrobe, Bernd; Claassen, Norbert (Science and Education Publishing, 2017-09-05)
      Plant species vary in their phosphorous (P) use efficiency under suboptimal P supplies using different strategies, but the mechanisms are not clearly documented for some alternative plant species. Safflower was considered ...
    • Mechanisms of potassium uptake efficiency and dynamics in the rhizosphere of safflower and sunflower in different soils 

      Abbadi, Jehad; Dittert, Klaus; Steingrobe, Bernd; Claassen, Norbert (Taylor & Francis, 2019-08-20)
      Potassium uptake efficiency of safflower and sunflower was studied under semi-controlled conditions in loamy and sandy soils. Both species performed better in loamy soil. Safflower had higher agronomic efficiency and ...
    • Medical Physics in Palestine: A Hope for Better Prospective 

      ALMASRI, Hussein (Springer, 2018-01-03)
      Palestine is a country in the Middle East compromising the West Bank (including East Jerusalem) and the Gaza Strip which are occupied and under the control of Israel as shown in Fig. l. The Israeli occupation of ...
    • Mefenamic acid prodrugs and codrugs - two decades of development 

      Abu-Jaish, Alaa; Mecca, Gennaro; Jumaa, Salma; Thawabteh, Ameen (WJPR,Tara Pal,WJPR, 2015-06-05)
      prodrugs are bioreversible derivatives of drug molecules that undergo intermolecular or intramolecular reactions by enzymatic or chemical biotransformation in the human body to give the corresponding active parent drugs ...
    • Mefenamic acid Prodrugs and Codrugs- Two Decades of Development 

      Abu-Jaish, Alaa; Mecca, Gennaro; Jumaa, Salma; Thawabteh, Ameen; Karaman, Rafik (2015-06-05)
      prodrugs are bioreversible derivatives of drug molecules that undergo intermolecular or intramolecular reactions by enzymatic or chemical biotransformation in the human body to give the corresponding active parent drugs ...
    • Mending the Mosaics of the Byzantine Church of Khirbet et-Tireh 

      Al-Houdalieh, Salah (The American Institute for Maghrib Studies, 2018-12-28)
      Khirbet et-Tireh, located approximately 16 km northwest of Jerusalem, is a multi-period site with Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, and Early Islamic remains. Although the site had long been neglected by archaeologists and ...