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The Duke University Religion Index (DUREL): Validation and Reliability of the Farsi Version
- S. Hafizi, A. Memari, Mohammad Pakrah, F. Mohebi, A. Saghazadeh, H. Koenig
- PsychologyPsychological reports
- 1 February 2013
Results suggest that the FDUREL is a reliable and valid measure of religiosity in Farsispeaking populations and had good internal consistency and test-retest reliability.
Immune-epidemiological parameters of the novel coronavirus – a perspective
The epidemiological dynamics of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) that stand in close relation to distinct immunogenetic characters of the pathogen are discussed, to understand the ability and inability of the immune system in combatting CO VID-19.
A meta-analysis of pro-inflammatory cytokines in autism spectrum disorders: Effects of age, gender, and latitude.
Computational drug discovery and repurposing for the treatment of COVID-19: A systematic review
Towards treatment planning of COVID-19: Rationale and hypothesis for the use of multiple immunosuppressive agents: Anti-antibodies, immunoglobulins, and corticosteroids
Microfluidic devices for detection of RNA viruses
An overview of microfluidic systems as diagnostic methods for RNA viruses with a focus on SARS‐CoV‐2 is provided, with a particular focus on qRT‐PCR.
Osteopontin (OPN) as a CSF and blood biomarker for multiple sclerosis: A systematic review and meta-analysis
- Elmira Agah, Arshia Zardoui, A. Saghazadeh, Mona Ahmadi, A. Tafakhori, N. Rezaei
- Medicine, BiologyPloS one
- 18 January 2018
It is confirmed that increased levels of OPN exist in CSF and peripheral blood of MS patients and strengthens the evidence regarding the clinical utility of OPM as a promising and validated biomarker for MS.
Possible role of trace elements in epilepsy and febrile seizures: a meta-analysis.
- A. Saghazadeh, M. Mahmoudi, A. Meysamie, Maryam Gharedaghi, G. Zamponi, N. Rezaei
- Medicine, PsychologyNutrition reviews
- 1 November 2015
Knowing the effects of various antiepileptic drugs on trace element homeostasis could potentially be used to effectively guide appropriate therapeutic strategies in the future to treat patients with epilepsy.
Anosmia: a missing link in the neuroimmunology of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)
- Niloufar Yazdanpanah, A. Saghazadeh, N. Rezaei
- Biology, MedicineReviews in the neurosciences
- 10 August 2020
The observation of anosmia would direct us to find the pathogenesis of COVID-19 in the central nervous system, and this is consistent with numerous neurological manifestations related to CO VID-19.