Saeid Malekzadeh-Shafaroudi

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A chimeric construct of foot and mouth disease virus capsid protein VP1 was expressed in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii via Agrobacterium-mediated genetic transformation. Integration of the foreign gene in nuclear genome of the algae was confirmed by PCR and expression of the recombinant protein was confirmed at translational level. Results showed that the(More)
The impending influenza virus pandemic requires global vaccination to prevent large-scale mortality and morbidity, but traditional influenza virus vaccine production is too slow for rapid responses. In this study, bacterial system has been developed for expression and purification of properly folded HA1 antigen as a rapid response to emerging pandemic(More)
Article history: Received 11 January 2016 Accepted 12 May 2016 Available online 7 June 2016 Background:Newcastle disease is an important avian infectious disease that brings about vast economic damage for poultry industry. Transgenic plants represent a cost-effective system for the production of therapeutic proteins and are widely used for the production of(More)
Foot-and-Mouth Disease Virus (FMDV) is a causative agent of foot and mouth disease, a highly contagious disease adversely affecting milk and meat-producing animals around the world, particularly in developing countries (1). The G-H loop of VP1 capsid protein of FMDV, covering residues 134-158, has been reported by many researchers as the main immunogenic(More)
Out of fifty-two Iranian nonaflatoxigenic strains of Aspergillus flavus,collected from various substrates (soil and kernel) and sources (peanut, corn and pistachio), fifteen representatives were selected according to their different geographical origins (six provinces: Guilan and Golestan, Ardebil, Fars, Kerman and Semnan) and vegetative compatibility(More)
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