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CAS Press · Central Asian Journal of Medical and Pharmaceutical Sciences Innovation

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January 2021 - present
Central Asian Journal of Medical and Pharmaceutical Sciences Innovation
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  • The Central Asian Journal of Medical and Pharmaceutical Sciences Innovation (CAJMPSI), as a journal of CAS press, is a Peer-Reviewed, Open access, Multidisciplinary Journal that publishes quality articles field of Medical and Pharmaceuticals Sciences. Journal will publish papers in 6 issues in February, April, June, August, October, and December.
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January 2021 - January 2024
Central Asian Journal of Medical and Pharmaceutical Sciences Innovation
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  • Medical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract *Corresponding author: zahraaziziaram@gmail.com (Z. Aziziaram) SYSTEMATIC REVIEW • Cytokines may play an important role in the male reproductive system, and alterations in their structure and function may increase the risk of male infertility. • Interleukin-1-beta may affect sperm function by infl...
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miRNAs (also known as endogenous noncoding RNAs, or "ncRNAs") are a family of endogenous ncRNAs that are small (about 22 nucleotides in length). Too far, about 2,500 distinct microRNAs have been reported in various publications and new interest in miRNA biological function has arisen due to the recent advancement in molecular biology, As a result,...
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Preeclampsia (PE) is classified as a systemic condition that generally develops with high blood pressure and protein excretion in pregnant women after 20 weeks. This condition is characterised by inadequate placental blood flow and damages several organs. The illness is a complicated ailment that starts with an aberrant trophoblast invasion of the...
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Today,with increasing prevalence antibiotic resistance monitoring the health and quality of food has become complicated and difficult. Therefore, essential oils of medicinal plants is significant and the investigation on the composition of essential oil of Pistacia khinjuk is important. Due to antimicrobial effects and food preservative of various...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract *Corresponding author: ramvitu@gmail.com (R. Suthar) RESEARCH PAPER • Protamine is a vital protein for sperm structure and function. • There are two types of protamine in the structure of human sperm, usually in the same proportion as normal sperm. • Protamine 1 contains several polymorphisms that...
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Alzheimer's disease (AD) is a progressive brain disorder that slowly destroys memory and thinking and functional skills. Alzheimer's disease is classified into two familial and sporadic types. Alzheimer's disease is also divided into the early or late onset of symptoms, with early-onset before age 65 and late-onset after this age. Symptoms of this...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many of us to stay constantly hospitalized and isolated. In addition, this has severe long-term mental health impacts such as depression, post-traumatic stress, anxiety, rage, anger, and opioid addiction. Consequently, it leads to the growth of Sedentary Death Syndrome and impairs the cognitive ability of individual...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract *Corresponding author: maryam_mohammadi16@yahoo.com (M. Mohammadi) CASE REPORT • Central giant cell granuloma of maxilla in male pediatric patient is rare. • To reduce the size of the lesion in the maxilla for the surgery sclerotic agent had been used. • Giant cell lesion is in the differential di...
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Cerebral ischemia is a disease in which there is not enough blood flow to the brain tissue for metabolism. Stroke includes two types of ischemic with a frequency of approximately 85% and hemorrhagic with a frequency of approximately 15%. Various mechanisms cause neuronal death in cerebral ischemia, including increased extracellular glutamate amino...
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REVIEW PAPER • MTHFR is an essential gene for cell procedures and tumor pathways. • rs1801133 is associated with breast cancer in the Iranian population. • rs1801133 is associated with breast cancer in studies with a sample size greater than 250 subjects. The one-carbon metabolism pathway is an essential cycle in cellular reactions. Methylenetetrah...
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Endometriosis is a gynecological, chronic, and inflammatory disease affecting one in ten women globally. It occurs when tissues similar to the endometrial layer of the uterus grow outside the uterine body leading to inflammation, pain, and infertility. The most common site of endometriotic lesions is the pelvic cavity, especially the ovaries. Thus,...
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Parkinson's disease (PD) is a common neurodegenerative syndrome directly related to age development. This pathologic condition presents in many types of forms. Some efforts applied to understand PD development include regulation of epigenetic mechanisms, which usually include minor molecular modifications of DNA and histones, which are essential to...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract *Corresponding author: njalilian@kums.ac.ir (N. Jalilian) REVIEW PAPER • Breast cancer develops from the breast tissue and is the second leading cause of cancer deaths. • Cadherin and integrin are could be considered in the metastasis procedure of breast cancer. • BRCA1 and BRCA2 are the most impo...
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Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in males and the second leading cause of death after lung cancer. Prostate tumors are sometimes benign, but malignant ones are clinically divided into two categories. The first group, which appears as a mass with no invasion to other tissues, is known as non-invasive tumors. The second group which causes th...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract *Corresponding author: amirhoseinmeisami@yahoo.com (A. Meisami) CLINICAL TRIAL • The role of infection and other conditions in survival rates of symmetrical tip flow and palindrome catheters in continuous hemodialysis patients was determined. • Conditions in the efficacy of symmetrical tip, the Ve...
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Obesity is an important issue that affects many people all over the world. This condition contributes to an increase in prevalence of type 2 diabetes. Furthermore, an unexplained rise in the number of type 1 diabetes has occurred. However, due to the recent developments in the field of diabetes care, it is still a significant cause of visual impair...
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Lung cancer is the main cause of cancer-related death. Typically, lung cancer has been classified in two histologic types; small and non-small cell (NSC), with adenocarcinoma, squamous cell form and large cell type. The availability of predictive biomarkers for the treatment of NSC lung cancer (NSCLC) has been changed in recent decades, especially...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract *Corresponding author: mtorabi315@yahoo.com (M. Torabi) NARRATIVE REVIEW • Cerebral ischemia is one of the most common neurological diseases that is one of the main causes of death worldwide. • Ischemic stroke is caused by obstruction of blood supply to brain tissue, which reduces oxygen levels an...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract * Corresponding author: khalili59@hotmail.com (M.A. Khalili) RESEARCH PAPER • Upgrading of in vitro maturation (IVM) in human oocytes as a potential strategy has been considered in assisted reproductive technology (ART). • IVM medium supplemented with GDF-9 can improve fertilization rate and embry...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract * Corresponding author: enjoyanatomy@gmail.com (A. Abdolmaleki) REVIEW PAPER • Multiple sclerosis is disorder of nervous system that is associated with oligodendrocytes destruction. • Some genetic and environmental factors are associated with the risk of multiple sclerosis. • Vitamin D could modul...
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5,10-methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR) plays an important role in folate metabolism. Also, this gene is associated with repair, synthesis and methylation of DNA. Polymorphisms of C677T and A1298C are two common SNP of MTHFR gene. This study was aimed to investigate the association of C677T and A1298C polymorphisms in MTHFR with colorectal...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract *Corresponding author: mn.khafaei@yahoo.com (M. Khafaei) RESEARCH PAPER • Ki-67 expression is closely related to the TNBC phenotype. • BRCA1 promoter methylation has been linked to low overall survival in TNBC patients. • PD-1 is a biomarker for anti-cancer medication resistance. Triple negative b...
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Inflammation is the body response against infection, injury and illness. It is a significant factor which can affect reproduction processes. Inflammatory state has key roles in physiological reproductive functions in women like menstruation, ovulation, implantation and pregnancy. Previous studies evaluated the association of inflammatory mechanisms...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract *Corresponding author: khalili59@hotmail.com (M.A. Khalili) RESEARCH PAPER • There was no difference among the female age, duration and cause of infertility, number of ART cycles and AMH levels in patients with TFS and TEF and other patients. • Serum levels of E2, number of COCs, MII oocytes and t...
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The programmed cell death 1 (pd1) is an immune-inhibitory receptor that expresses in activated T cells. This gene may play a role in the inhibition of actual anti�microbial and anti-tumor immunity. In human, this gene is positioned on the long arm of chromosome 2. This gene has contained many variations that three of them are too common. This st...
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Steroid hormones, including androgen and estrogen, regulate gene transcription in several tissues, especially in reproductive systems. It has been shown that these hormones are vital for regulation of spermatozoa released from the epithelial cells of seminiferous tubes, a procedure which is characterized by endocytosis and broad regeneration of act...

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