Morteza Behnam-Rassouli

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INTRODUCTION Diabetes is one of the most common endocrine disorders characterized by hyperglycemia due to defects in insulin secretion, insulin function, or both. Causing dysfunction in the body general metabolism, diabetes-induced chronic hyperglycemia leads to alterations in those endocrine glands involved in regulating the body metabolism. In this line,(More)
in turn, triggers free radical formation and multiple pathways leading to the initiation of apoptotic-like damage (1,5). Therefore, glutamate excitotoxicity is an attractive therapeutic target for attenuation of neural tissue damage (13,32). Hence, NMDA receptor antagonists could potentially provide neuroprotective effects in several neurodegenerative(More)
BACKGROUND Usual dosage of morphine (10 mg/kg) induces analgesia and ultra-low dose (ULD) of morphine (1 µg/kg); hyperalgesia, and C-fibers are also bearing µ-opioid receptors; here the importance of C-fibers on pain and morphine induced analgesia/hyperalgesia is questioned and investigated using pain evaluation methods and infant capsaicin treating for(More)
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