Hamideh Mahmoodzadeh Hosseini

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CONTEXT A symbiotic relationship between the liver and intestinal tract enables the healthy status of both organs. Microflora resident in intestinal lumen plays a significant role in hepatocytes function. Alterations to the type and amount of microorganisms that live in the intestinal tract can result in serious and harmful liver dysfunctions such as(More)
Implication for health policy/practice/research/medical education: Exosomes contribute to both liver restoration and damaging; therefore, controlling their release may be useful in prevention and treatment of liver diseases. In addition, designing a novel tool based on exosome may be useful in gene therapy. The liver is a complicated environment comprised(More)
Rising worldwide cancer incidence and resistance to current anti-cancer drugs necessitate the need for new pharmaceutical compounds and drug delivery system. Malfunction of the immune system, particularly in the tumor microenvironment, causes tumor growth and enhances tumor progression. Thus, cancer immunotherapy can be an appropriate approach to provoke(More)
BACKGROUND Today, Lack of efficient therapeutic strategy for breast cancer (the most common cause of death in women) is one of the momentous problematic topics for all health care committees. Designing new specific vaccine, based on antigens located on the surface of cancer cells can be useful. Over expression of ROR1, lacked of HER2/neu, and hormone(More)
BACKGROUND Staphylococcus aureus is a harmful pathogen known to express numerous virulence factors and cause severe infections. High levels of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) strains are one of the important healthcare problems because of the inefficient treatment of these infections. OBJECTIVES The purpose of the current study is to(More)
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