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1. Utilization of a chicken embryo membrane model for evaluation of embryonic vascular toxicity of Dorema ammoniacum.

Objective: Extensive research has been done to assess the efficacy of herbs for treating different disorders. Dorema ammoniacum (D. ammoniacum) is used in folk medicines for various goals. The application of herbs in medicine is accompanied by harmful effects. Chick embryo is considered a suitable...

Author(s) : Tavakkoli, H.; Derakhshanfar, A.; Moayedi, J.; Fard, A. P.

Publisher : Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Mashhad, Iran

Journal article : Avicenna Journal of Phytomedicine (AJP) 2020 Vol.10 No.2 pp.152-160 ref.41

2. The role of Iranian medicinal plants in experimental surgical skin wound healing: an integrative review.

Objective(s): Wounds are physical injuries that cause a disturbance in the normal skin anatomy and function. Also, it has a severe impact on the cost of health care. Wound healing in human and mammalian species is similar and contains a complex and dynamic process consisting of four phases for...

Author(s) : Derakhshanfar, A.; Moayedi, J.; Derakhshanfar, G.; Fard, A. P.

Publisher : Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Mashhad, Iran

Journal article : Iranian Journal of Basic Medical Sciences 2019 Vol.22 No.6 pp.590-600 ref.69

3. Evaluation of the toxicopathological lesions of Calotropis procera using a chick embryonic model.

Toxicopathological effects of herbs have always been a major concern. There is scant information available about the toxicopathological effects of Calotropis procera (C. procera) in the fetus. Since the chick embryo is a suitable preclinical model to evaluate the toxicopathological effects of...

Author(s) : Tavakkoli, H.; Derakhshanfar, A.; Moayedi, J.; Fard, A. P.; Behrouz, S.; Piltan, M. A.; Rad, M. N. S.

Publisher : Springer Science + Business Media, London, UK

Journal article : Comparative Clinical Pathology 2019 Vol.28 No.1 pp.195-202 ref.49

4. Assessing the excretion time of Iranian endemic influenza virus (H9N2 subtype) from laying chicken breeds.

Background: The H9N2 subtype of the influenza virus, which is endemic in many regions of Iran, is considered as a candidate for future pandemics. In the present study, excretion time of the Iranian endemic influenza virus (H9N2 subtype) from the feces and pharyngeal secretions of laying chicken...

Author(s) : Derakhshanfar, A.; Tavakkoli, H.; Moayedi, J.; Fard, A. P.

Publisher : Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Centre for Electronic Resources Provision and Journal Improvement, Tehran, Iran

Journal article : Tehran University Medical Journal 2020 Vol.77 No.12 pp.735-739 ref.20