Hassan Mohamed Hassan Ali Elalaf

Lecturer - Lecturer - Physiology Dept. - Faculty of Medicine

Faculty of medicine

Address: Egypt- Sohag - Sohag city - ZIP Code: 82519



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Dr. Hassan Elalaf

  • MBBC, Sohag University
  • M.Sc., human Physiology, Sohag University
  • PhD, human Physiology, Kyoto University

2020-04-01 20:53:39
2019 - 2020 - Sohag - Distant Education and lecture
May peace and mercy from ALLAh be upon you Please, use ear phone , to maximize listening experience Please, STAY HOME - STAY SAFE Please, Do NOT hesitate to send your Qs at my emails E MAIL: * he_physiology@yahoo.com * hassan_elalaf@med.sohag.edu.eg Read more

2018-10-02 22:04:12
2018 - 2019  - Sohag -Special Nursing Diploma - N1
Dear Students, My Physiology lecture will be conducted regularly as follow Date: Tuesday Time : 08:30 AM to 10:00 AM Place: Faculty of Nursing - 3rd Floor - laboratory room 3 Read more

2018-10-02 21:59:18
2018 - 2019 - Soahg - M2 - Eye Physiology Lecture Date
Dear, Students Eye Physiology lecture for Sohag 2nd year undergraduate medical students will be conducted regularly on Tuesday. Date between 10:00 AM and 11:00 AM. If you have a question Please, email to he_physiology@yahoo.com Read more

2018-10-02 20:38:07
2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
The Nobel Assembly at Karolinska Institutet awarded the 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine jointly to James P. Allison and Tasuku Honjo for their discovery of cancer therapy by inhibition of negative immune regulation Please, follow the following link for more information https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/medicine/2018/press-release/ Read more

2018-09-20 07:54:51
Happy New Academic Year

2020-04-01 20:26:02 | Keywords human glioblastoma cell line, Citrate, Glioblastoma multiform,
Pharmacological Double Inhibition of Glycolysis in glioblastoma Multiforme Cells Maximizes Cancer Cell Killing: A Synergism between Citrate and 3-bromopyruvate
BACKGROUND: Glioblastoma multiform (GBM) tumors are the most aggressive and diffusely infiltrating brain tumors in human patients. Despite surgery, modern chemotherapy and anti-angiogenesis treatments, GBM tumors regrow rapidly and end patients’ lives in a relatively short time. GBM tumors aggressively invade and infiltrate adjacent normal brain tissues. GBM cells are driven by glycolysis (glucose oxidation to produce ATP and lactate ... Read more

2020-04-01 19:45:55 | Keywords Hypog, Erythropoietin, DM,
Possible effects of erythropoietin on diabetic rats
BACKGROUND: Blood glucose is controlled by a pancreatic hormone, insulin, so any altered functions of the pancreas are associated with disturbances in blood glucose level. Erythropoietin (EPO) is glycoprotein produced mainly by the kidney as a result of reduced intracellular oxygen. This study was designed to investigate the effect of EPO on blood glucose level in normal and streptozocin-induced diabetic ... Read more

2020-04-01 19:58:50 | Keywords Gliomas, 3-bromopyruvate,
Glioma Spheroid Cells (3D Tumor Models) Are Less Responsive to 3-Bromopyruvate than Cultured Cells: Lack of Tumors Eradication.
BACKGROUND : Gliomas and glioblastomas are space-occupying brain tumors with variable aggressive behaviour. Glioblastomas are the most lethal brain tumors and are not responsive to current chemotherapy and radiotherapy. To date, no satisfactory curative treatment exists. 3-bromopyruvate (3BP) is a promising chemotherapeutic that proved effective in treating gliomas and other malignancies in so many reported studies. 3BP is both an ... Read more

2018-09-03 22:07:17 | Keywords Histone Modification, Epigenetics, MSCs,
Mutant IDH1 Dysregulates the Differentiation of Mesenchymal Stem Cells in Association with Gene-Specific Histone Modifications to Cartilage- and Bone-Related Genes
Somatic mutations in the isocitrate dehydrogenase (IDH)1/2 genes endow encoding proteins with neomorphic activity to produce the potential oncometabolite, 2-hydroxyglutarate (2-HG), which induces the hypermethylation of histones and DNA. The incidence of IDH1/2 mutations in cartilaginous tumors was previously shown to be the highest among various types of tumors, except for those in the central nervous system. Mutations have been ... Read more

Sohag Faculty of Pharmacy Science - Undergraduate - 1st year - Human Physiology - Nerve and Muscle
PLEASE, ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS DEFINE each the Following; * Action potential * Sarcomere * EXPLAIN why in Mythenia Gravis it is useful to treat pateient with cholineesterase inhibitor Read more

Sohag Faculty of Pharmacy  - Undergraduate - 1st year - Human Physiology - Endocrine
PLEASE, ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS DEFINE each of the following; * Cushing disease * Hormone * Gigantism EXPLAIN, * why it is necessary to withdraw long used exogenous cortisol gradually. * Why it is essential to screen all new born for T3 and T4 defeciency Read more

Sohag Faculty of Nursing - Undergraduate - 1st year - Human Physiology - Nerve & Muacle
PLEASE, ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS DEFINE each of the following; * Resting membrane potential * Sarcomere * ENUMERATE steps of skeletal muscle contraction Read more

Sohag Faculty of Medicine- Undergraduate - 2nd Year - Human Physiology - Male reproduction
Please, answer the following questions Define each of the following; * Spermatogenesis * Androgenic hormone Explain each of the following; * why it is necessary for sperms to have a haploid chromosome number. * Exposur to execessive external heat is undesireable for young men. * Adminstration of anabolic steroids may lead to infertelity. * Compare between sperm motility in the ... Read more

Sohag Faculty of  Nursing - Undergraduate - 1st year - Human Physiology - Endocrine
PLEASE, ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS DEFINE each of the following * Hormone * Diabetes Mellitus * Glycogenlysis * ENUMERATE Three major manifestation in DM Read more