Amir Amniattalab

Amir Amniattalab
Islamic Azad University of Urmia · Department of Pathobiology

Associate Professor of Veterinary Pathology (DVM-Ph.D)

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Introduction
Currently, I am working as an associate professor with academic training of students including veterinary pathology (Ph.D), veterinary medicine (DVM) and medical laboratory sciences (BSc.) as well. I am a serious, motivated and interested individual in my own works. Personally, my favorite research fields are applied and diagnostic immunohistochemistry in veterinary neoplastic and parasitic diseases. Regarding this, I'm very interested to collaborate in teamwork research of international project
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January 2011 - present

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The aim of the present study was to evaluate effects of curcumin-polyethylene glycol loaded on chitosan- gelatin nanoparticles (C-PEG-CGNPs) on burn wound healing in rat in as a model study. Sixty healthy male White Wistar rats were randomized into four experimental groups of 15 animals each: Control group (Control) was treated with normal saline....
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Wound healing is interaction of a complex cascade of cellular/biochemical actions leading to restoration of structural and functional integrity with regain of injured tissues strength. This study was aimed at evaluation of application of ethanolic extract of propolis-loaded poly(-lactic-co-glycolic acid) nanoparticles (EEP-PLGA NPs) on wound healin...
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Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is common in aged dogs, but the pathogenesis has not been clearly elucidated. A total of 33 male Iranian dogs of mixed breed and in three age groups (under 3 years [n = 10]; 3–6 years [n = 15]; over 6 years [n = 8]), were investigated. BPH was confirmed by ultrasonography and histopathology in 13 cases. The highes...
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This report describes the occurrence of omental hemangioma in a five-year-old Himalayan cat. The cat was affected by hemorrhagic gastroenteritis caused by Fusobacterium necrophorum. Also, chronic renal failure (CRF) was demonstrated according to high levels of blood urine nitrogen (BUN), creatinine (Cr), as well as hypoproteinemia and anemia. In th...
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Background: Reducing glucose levels in diabetic patients has a lot of clinical significance. Due to the side effects of drugs, finding plants with similar properties will be very helpful. Objective: The purpose of the present study was to determine the effect of hydroalcoholic extract of Rumex scutatus (Rs) and Cerasus vulgaris (Cv) on the serum le...
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Background: Reducing glucose levels in diabetic patients has a lot of clinical significance. Due to the side effects of drugs, finding plants with similar properties will be very helpful. Objective: The purpose of the present study was to determine the effect of hydroalcoholic extract of Rumex scutatus (Rs) and Cerasus vulgaris (Cv) on the serum l...
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Objective-Chitosan is of great interest in regenerative medicine because of its plentiful properties, like biocompatibility, biodegradability and non-toxicity. The objective of the present study was histopathological and biomechanical survey on effect of CoQ10 in combination with chitosan conduit on deep digital flexor tendon (DDFT) healing in rabb...
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This study was carried out for the evaluation of the prevalence rate and the pathology of various lesions in the confiscated livers of slaughtered Azeri buffaloes at Urmia Abattoir, Northwest Iran. Livers of 306 Azeri buffaloes were inspected grossly during five months according to their color and consistency changes in Urmia Abattoir. Among the in...
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Case description-This report describes the simultaneous occurrence of fibrosarcoma and urolith in the urinary bladder of a 12-year-old female terrier dog that was confirmed by pathology after excisional surgery. Clinical findings-The dog had some clinical signs such as frequent urination, hematuria and dysuria with anorexia and urinary tenesmus. Ra...
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Three hundred and sixteen bovine livers were inspected during slaughtering at Urmia Abattoir in May 2016. Eighty-nine inspected livers have various gross and microscopic lesions. 89 hepatic tissue samples were processed routinely and stained by Harris Hematoxylin and Eosin (H&E), Periodic Acid- Schiff reagent (PAS) and Sudan IV for frozen sections....
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Background: This study was conducted to investigate both the genotoxicity effects of M. officinalis aqueous extract on blood cells and the pathologic changes in the renal, cardiac and splenic tissues of Oncorhynchus mykiss. Methods: 300 fish (Oncorhynchus mykiss) were divided randomly into three groups (N=100 each), consisting of group, 1 (control)...
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Objective(s) The novel healing choices for handling of infections due to multidrug resistant Staphylococcus aureus are reguired. HAMLET has been reported to be able to sensitize bacterial pathogens to traditional antimicrobial agents. The aim was to assess wound healing activity of methicillin in presence of HAMLET in methicillin resistant S. aureu...
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The present study aimed to investigate whether sphingosine 1 phosphate (S1P), paraoxonase (PON), total sialic acid (TSA), and heat shock protein-27 (HSP27) are altered in the sheep during infection of the liver with Cysticercus tenuicollis. This study was conducted on40 healthy sheep and40 sheep with Cysticercus tenuicollis infection. The infected...
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Objective Atrazine (ATZ) as a widely used herbicide is considered as a potent endocrine disrupter which adversely affects reproductive systems in both genders. This study aimed to assess the effects of testosterone (T)- and vitamin E (VitE)- alone and their coadministration on testicular function and sperm parameters after exposure to ATZ in rats....
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Objectives: To study the functional, histopathological and immunohistochemical effect of cyclosporine A on sciatic nerve regeneration using allografts in a rat sciatic nerve model. Methods: Thirty male white Wistar rats were divided into three experimental groups (n = 10), randomly: Normal control group (NC), allograft group (ALLO), CsA treated...
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Saprolegniasis is known as one of the most important fungal diseases of salmonids along with high mortality and economic problems. One hundred and seven fish suffering from cutaneous Saprolegnia infections and the same number of healthy fish were selected and blood parameters along with histopathology assay were performed in all ones. The results i...
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Objective: Atrazine (ATZ) as a widely used herbicide is considered as a potent endo-crine disrupter which adversely affects reproductive systems in both genders. This study aimed to assess the effects of testosterone (T)-and vitamin E (VitE)-alone and their co-administration on testicular function and sperm parameters after exposure to ATZ in rats....
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This study aimed to investigate the potency of silymarin (SMN) and melatonin (MEL) on restoring the pancreatic β cells in streptozotocin (STZ)-induced diabetic rats. Male Wistar rats were divided into five groups, including: control (C), untreated diabetic (D), SMN-treated diabetic (50 mg/Kg, orally), MEL-treated diabetic (10 mg/Kg, i.p.), and SMN...
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Nowadays by becoming cognizant of the effects of antimicrobial herbs is increasing according to the use of these plants in the world. Mentioned treatment method cause to reduce the side effects and prevention of bacterial resistance to antibiotics. In this regard, the main focus of the paper is centered on Melissa officinalis aqueous Lemon balm ext...
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This study aimed to assess whether the triethylenetetramine (TETA) is impressed the plasma level of homocysteine (Hcy), total sialic acid (TSA) and cardiac troponin I (cTnI) as cardiovascular diseases risk factors, cystatin c (Cys c) and glucose along with histopathologic changes in alloxan induced diabetes mellitus in rabbit. Twenty number New Zea...
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Background & Aims: Protective effect of histidine on nervous system is well studied. We aimed to evaluate the efficiency of cold allodynia and formalin pain tests with pathology in histidine injection as intra peritoneal method in rat’s crushed sciatic nerve. Materials & Methods: 57 rats were used for evaluating cold allodynia and formalin pain te...
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In this research 32 dogs were studied for oesophageal spirocercosis. Microscopic and macroscopic examinations revealed that 8 dogs (25%) were infected with spirocercosis. Oesophageal granulomas in infected animals vary from 3mm to 4cm in size and a total of 28 S. lupi granulomas were recorded in infected dogs. Most of these granulomas were found in...
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The current study aimed to evaluate the effects of phosalone (PLN) as an organophosphate (OP) compound on testicular tissue, hormonal alterations and embryo development in rats. In this experimental study, we divided 18 mature Wistar rats into three groups-control, control-sham and test (n=6 per group). Animals in the test group received one-fourth...
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Parasitic diseases are among the most important problems threatening animal̕s lives. One of these diseases is Ostertagiasis caused by different species of Ostertagia in sheep. The main objective of this research is to investigate the prevalence of ovine Ostertagiasis and its pathological changes in Khoy city in Iran. Throughout this research, condu...
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This study was carried out to highlight the role of PPARγ receptors and atorvastatin's protective effect on paraquat (PQ)-induced inflammation in the lungs. Forty-two male Wistar rats were exposed either against saline as control or PQ (3.5mg/kg, IP) as test groups for 14days. The test groups were nominated as: PQ, pioglitazone (PGT, 10mg/kg, orall...
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This study aimed to investigate the protective effect of vitamin E (VitE) on cypermethrin (CPM)-induced damages in the ovary. Wistar rats were divided into seven groups (n=6) including; control-sham (c), CPM-received (CPM, 75mg/kg, i.p.), and CPM and VitE-treated (VitE, 150mg/kg, orally) for 7, 14 and 24days. The antioxidant status determination an...
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The effect of silymarin (SMN) on the pharmacokinetics of atorvastatin in diabetic rats was evaluated. Male Wistar rats were assigned into two major groups and then sub-grouped according to the purposes of the study. The first major group was subdivided into three groups (n = 6) including control, non-treated diabetic and SMN-treated diabetic animal...
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This report is related to bilateral and symmetrical smooth muscle hamartomas (SMH) in broad ligament of 5-year-old slaughtered river buffalo. The reddish pink masses with triangle- shaped and fleshy consistency had occupied mesovarium of broad ligament. Microscopic findings in histopathologic sections revealed smooth muscle bundles elongated random...
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Objective: The Cypermethrin (CYP) is considered as a chemical compound which is used for agriculture and domestic applications. It causes genetic damages, carcinogenic derangements and severe increasing of abnormal sperms proportion partly by exerting oxidative stress. Thus, the protective effects of vitamin E against CYP-increased DNA and RNA dama...
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Objective:Atrazine (ATR) is used in order to control broadleaf and grassy weed. The ATR and its metabolites are highly resistant in soil and water. These compounds impact endocrine system of testicular tissue. The abnormal spermatogenesis and spermiogenesis were reported in long time exposed patients. Furthermore, the ATR exerts its pathological im...
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Background & Aims: Aluminum is a very consumable metal that has caused many disorders in different organs of body. In this study were evaluated chronic effects of aluminum chloride ultrastructurully, morphologically and morphometrically on rabbit’s liver tissue. Materials & Methods: 20 rabbits were classified into control and treatment groups in e...
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Liver is the main organ in fat metabolism and its ability in storing and metabolism of extra fat available in feedstuff is, in rainbow trout this ability is limited so the extra fat of feedstuff can be piled up in liver and lead to Lipoidosis. In this study 120 rainbow trout from western Azerbaijan’s rainbow trout farms during fall and winter were...
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M. KALBKHANI: Immunophenotypic characterization of mixed type gingival Immunophenotypic characterization of mixed type gingival vascular hamartoma in a calf -a case report. vascular hamartoma in a calf -a case report. Vet. arhiv 82, 645-651, 2012. ABSTRACT A one month-old heifer calf affected by gingival vascular hamartoma, of measured mass 3×2.5×2...
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Rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss were pre-treated with silymarin (SMN) to inves- tigate its protective effects on hypoxia/reoxygenation (H/R)-induced pathological and oxidative im- pacts and on the expression of hypoxia-inducible factor 1α (HIF-1α) and inducible nitric oxide syn- thase (iNOS) at the mRNA level in the brain and gills of trout. Fift...
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This study was conducted to evaluate the effects of topical application of Plantago lanceolata L. (PL; Plantaginaceae) extract on the rate of wound healing closure and histology of healed wound. An area of uniform wound 7 mm in diameter using circular punch was excised from the nape of the dorsal neck of all rats. The animal groups were topically t...
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The present study was undertaken to determine the effect of Cinnamomum zeylanicum on experimentally induced excision wounds in rats. Thirty-two rats were divided into four groups of eight rats each. Group A received a placebo containing 0.75% cinnamon, Group B received a placebo containing 1.5% cinnamon, Group C as a control group did not receive a...
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Rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss were pre-treated with silymarin (SMN) to investigate its protective effects on hypoxia/reoxygenation (H/R)-induced pathological and oxidative impacts and on the expression of hypoxia-inducible factor 1α (HIF-1α) and inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) at the mRNA level in the brain and gills of trout. Fifty trou...
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Background & Aims: Aluminum has many harmful effects on biochemical and physiological structures even behavioral disorders. Materials & Methods: The rabbits were classified into treatment and control groups.12.5mg/kg aluminum chloride was injected to treatment group animals and simultaneously the same dose of deionized water to control group animal...
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PrP genotypes at codons 136 and 171 in one hundred twenty Iranian Ghezel sheep breeds were studied using allele-specific PCR amplification and compared with the well-known sheep breeds in North America, the United States, and Europe. The frequency of V allele and VV genotype at codon 136 of Ghezel sheep breed was significantly lower than AA and AV....
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Pathologically most lesions are characterized by penetration of metacercariae, subcapsular vacuolation and degeneration of lens fibers, liquefaction of fibers which gives them a basophilic appearance, and the acute parasitic cataract causes rupture of lens capsule and deposition of lens parts in vitreous body. In cornea pathologic lesions are char...
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Abstract Background & Aims : Histidine is an essential amino acid. In this study, both histidine effect on nerve function index and histopathological changes in nerve regeneration process were evaluated in rats with crushed sciatic nerve. Materials & Methods : 57 rats were used to evaluate the sciatic nerve function index and to study the histopa...
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Linguatla serrata is a zoonotic parasite which causes different forms of liguatulosis in humans, carnivores and ruminants. The most important way of human infection is injection of vegetables, fruits and water contaminated by parasite eggs and through nasal and oral secretions and feces of carnivorous especially stray dogs. Also, consumption of raw...
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آلودگي به انگل ديپلوستوموم اسپاتاسئو مدر 120 عدد ماهي (فيتوفاگ، کپور معمولي و کاراس) سد حسنلوي استان آذربايجان غربي از بهار تا زمستان سال 1387 مورد بررسي قرار گرفت. بر اساس نتايج بدست آمده 70 درصد ماهيان (84 عدد ماهي) به اين انگل آلوده بودند که نشان دهنده در صد بالاي آلودگي به اين ترماتود در ماهيان اين منبع آبي مي باشد. در مقايسه فصول مختلف بيشترين...

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This is a new international peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes original research and also case report or short communication in all fields of basic and clinical veterinary sciences. Access link: http://vjes.iaurmia.ac.ir/