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Presentation of a novel model of chitosan- polyethylene oxide-nanohydroxyapatite nanofibers together with bone marrow stromal cells to repair and improve minor bone defects
Since chitosan-nanohydroxyapatite nanofibers with BMSCs increases the rate of bone repair, the obtained cell-nanoscaffold shell can be used in tissue engineering and cell therapy, especially for bone defects. Expand
Anti-Leishmanial Effects of Chitosan-Polyethylene Oxide Nanofibers Containing Berberine: An Applied Model for Leishmania Wound Dressing
The study on the cytotoxic effects showed that CS-PEO-berberine nanofibers had strong lethal effects on Leishmania major in promastigotes and amastigote stages in vitro, and further studies are required to investigate the effects of this nanofiber on leishmanial ulcers in laboratory animals and clinical cases. Expand
Vesical schistosomiasis and squamous cell carcinoma associated with schistosoma haematobium: A re-emerging neglected tropical disease in Tehran, Iran
A 25-year-old man living in Tehran suffers from symptoms such as hematuria with suprapubic pain, dysuria, fever, nausea and vomiting, and a definitive diagnosis of schistosomiasis was made and appropriate treatment with surgery and praziquantel were prescribed. Expand
Perspectives of chitosan nanofiber/film scaffolds with bone marrow stromal cells in tissue engineering and wound dressing
Objective (s): Several methods have been proposed for repairing defects and damages, one of which is cell therapy. Bone marrow stromal cells seem to be suitable for this purpose. On the other hand,Expand
Chitosan-based nano-scaffolds as antileishmanial wound dressing in BALB/c mice treatment: Characterization and design of tissue regeneration
Investigations showed that CS/PEO/BBR nanofibers have a positive effect on the rapid healing of leishmania ulcers, and future studies should focus on other chronic ulcers treatment. Expand
Investigation the Effect of Silver Nanoparticles and Bioresonance Wave Radiation on Leishmania major: An In Vitro Study
Introduction: Cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL) is one of the infectious diseases and health problems in tropical regions. Glucantime is commonly used to treat CL and it, not only has some side effectsExpand
Food safety status of poultry meat and egg in Iran
Food borne illness is one of the most widespread health problems in the world and an important cause of reduced economic productivity especially in developing and under developed countries. InExpand
Investigation of osteoblast-like cells cultured on nano-hydroxyapatite/chitosan based composite scaffold in the treatment of bone defects and limited mobility
Objective(s): Design and construction of biocompatible and biodegradable scaffolds are among the main goals of tissue engineering. Recently, use of nano-hydroxyapatite as a bioactive bioceramic agentExpand
Frequency of Intestinal Parasites among Zoo Animal by Morphometric Criteria and First Report of the Bivitellobilharzia nairi from Elephant (Elephasmaximus maximus) in Iran
Investigating the gastro-intestinal parasites in feces of the zoo animals based on parasitological and morphometric criteria found identified parasitic infections can consider as a threatening source to visitors and workers’ health that have contact with animals or their feces. Expand
Isolation of Clostridium difficile and Detection of A and B Toxins Encoding Genes
Although detection of C. difficile from stool samples based on PCR (polymerase chain reaction) is expensive, yet this method is more sensitive and less time-consuming than culture methods and can be used as a clinical laboratory test. Expand