Research In Karyotic Cell And Tissue ..

Research In Karyotic Cell And Tissue ..
Islamic Azad University Tehran Science and Research Branch | SRBIAU · Department of Biology

Doctor of Philosophy
The Journal of "Research in Karyotic Cell & Tissue" has been published quarterly

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The Journal of "Research in Karyotic Cell & Tissue" has been published quarterly by the Islamic Azad University, Branch of Science and Research, and the Association of Cell and Tissue Culture of Iran since 2020. This journal is ready to receive original scientific research articles, short research notes with outstanding innovation, and outstanding review articles by professors, researchers, students, and scholars in various fields of cell and tissue culture (bacterial, microbial, fungal, plant,

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Humans have been battling viruses since before our species had even evolved into its modern form. some viruses are equally deadly, and some that are even deadlier. Accurate and early detection of viruses is often crucial for clinical diagnosis and therapy. Aptamers are the artificial single-stranded DNA, RNA sequences, or peptides that can bind to...
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Introduction and Aim: Silymarin, extracted from the milk thistle, is rich in flavolignans such as silybinin, silidianin, and silycristine. Several studies have been done on its anticancer effect. This study aimed to evaluate the effects of cytotoxicity and induction of silymarin-induced apoptosis on colon cancer SW480 and normal HEK-293 cell lines....
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Introduction: Colorectal cancer is a common disease ranked as the third-highest deathly cancer worldwide. In recent years, for the treatment of cancers scientists have preferred herbal remedies because of their better effects and fewer side effects. So, in this study, the cytotoxicity effect and apoptosis induction of 7-hydroxycycoumarin were inves...
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Introduction and Aim: Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) is a glycoprotein produced during pregnancy by trophoblast and placental syncytiotrophoblast cells. The produced hCG hormone affects the corpus luteum and prevents it from being destroyed. Studies show that diamond nanoparticles (NDs) interact with biological systems such as proteins, enzymes...
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Introduction: Many studies have shown the relationship between ultrasound and the function of the reproductive system. However, the mechanism of ultrasound waves action on sex hormones and testicular tissue is not perfectly clear. Accordingly, the present study investigated the effects of ultrasound waves on serum levels of DHEA-SO4, testosterone a...
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Introduction and Aim: Alginate nanoparticles have been used in novel drug delivery systems due to marvelous features including biocompatibility, biodegradable, mucoadhesive, and non-toxic. At present various types of adjuvants are used against snake venom, as a solution, suspension, or emulsion systems, which are used in different centers. The purp...
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Introduction and Aim: Fibroblastoma is a common skin malignancy and a common cause of morbidity worldwide. Studies have shown that sex steroid hormones including progesterone have cytotoxic effects on cancer cells. According to this, the present study aims to determine the effects of progesterone cytotoxic concentration on iNOs expression in fibrob...
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Introduction and Aim: Many colubrid snakes produce toxic oral secretions and some species have caused severe reactions in humans. In this research toxicity of Duvernoy´s gland secretion (DGS) from Hemorrhois ravergieri (aglyph) has been studied. Methods: In this study, the effect of Hemorrhois ravergieri saliva on human dermal fibroblasts (HDF) cel...
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Introduction and Aim: Although several studies have been carried to investigate the effects of dandelion extracts on the viability of cervical cancer cells, the results on the effects of dandelion on cell viability, particularly in cervical cancer cells, are still challenging. The aim of this study was to investigate the cytotoxic effects of dandel...
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Introduction and Aim: Several studies have been carried out on the biological characteristics of a human adipose tissue-derived-stromal vascular fraction. However, investigating this fraction concerning its clinical application is still of significant importance. The aim of this study was to isolate and evaluate the cell population of human adipose...
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Introduction and aim: The current study is provided for floristic research of Pinnulariaceae for the first time in Iran from 1972 to July 2021. The pinnulariaceae family contains 6 genera Pinnularia, Oestrupia, Hygropetra, Envekadea, Diatomella, and Craspedopleura which are two genera Pinnularia and Diatomella have been recorded in Iran. The purpos...
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Introduction and aim: Diatoms are small phototrophic organisms with an essential role in the food chain in terrestrial and aquatic environments. The purpose of the present study was to optimize and improve the methods for diatom sample preparations. Methods: The difference between the improved method with the old ones is based on the 3-interval tim...
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Introduction and aim: The hepatitis B virus (HBV) was discovered in 1965. Approximately 350 million people are infected with HBV. The virus has a worldwide spread and one of the most important complications of infection is chronic hepatitis, cirrhosis, and hepatocellular carcinoma. Hepatitis can be detected by biochemical tests that determine liver...
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Introduction and Aim: Widespread consumption of cell phones is the most crucial risk factor f human health in the age of technology. This study aimed to explore the effects of 4G mobile phone radiation on the level of spermatogenesis in male rats in 30 days. Methods: In this laboratory experimental study, the male NMRI rats were divided into 3 grou...
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Introduction and Aim: Drug nanocarriers have been used extensively in cancer therapy due to their features like the ability to targeting drug transmission, increasing drug solubility, and reducing the drug cytotoxic effects on healthy tissues. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of Tamoxifen nanocapsules on the expression of Ba...
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Introduction and Aim: Myrtus communis L. is a perennial and aromatic herb with numerous medicinal properties. Myrtus communis L is a medicinal plant that is used in traditional medicine in many parts of the world. Propagation of this plant with cuttings or seeding is associated with particular difficulties. The long seed dormancy period and the pro...
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Introduction and Aim: Breast Cancer is the most prevalent type of tumor and is also have second major death among women. The aim of the current study was to investigate the anticancer properties of Phormidiumm Animale cyanobacterium extract using MTT assay and through modulation of p53 gene expression in breast cancer cells. Methods: In the current...
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Introduction and Aim: Diatoms are one of the most important branches of algae which are classified as pinnate and centric groups. Taleghan River is one of the main tributaries of Sepid Roud in Iran, which has 180 km in length. This study was complementary to the previous diatom projects in Taleghan River and introducing the new record for this area...
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Introduction and aim: Recurrent miscarriage is two or more consecutive pregnancy losses before weeks 20. Different factors involved in recurrent abortion as a multifactorial disease. Genetic factors are one of the important factors associated with recurrent abortion. The goal of this article is to assess the association between single nucleotide po...
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Introduction and Aim: Opium addiction is one of the most prevalent addiction in Iranian society. Throughout the last two decades, congress 60; a nongovernmental organization; has been operated a taper off treatment of opium associated with a package of psychological treatment group classes. Although the effectiveness of the taper off method in opiu...
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The cell cultures, especially primary cultures, are widely used in the isolation and identification of viruses. Viruses are one of the most important causes of disease and can cause enormous economic damage. Also, they are used in basic research in cell physiology, genetics, and many other items. Primary cell cultures are also used in chromosomal r...
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Introduction and Aim: Echis carinatus are small in size and are considered to be very biting invasive snakes. Snake venom is a type of snake saliva that is secreted through the salivary glands and stored in the venom sac. A problem in human societies, especially in rural areas, is snake bites, which are not treated properly. The aim of this study i...
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Cyanobacteria, microscopic organisms have similar characteristics to prokaryotes and eukaryotes, which are very popular in biotechnology research today and are able to produce a wide range of highly valuable organic compounds. However, many strains of cyanobacteria still remain unknown in Iran, a group that is dedicated to freshwater (ponds or spri...
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Introduction and Aim: Low frequency of transformation and, more importantly, the occurrence of soma clonal variation at very high rates have considered disadvantages of Potato In vitro culture. Two Phytohormones, auxins (NAA, 2, 4-D), and cytokines (BAP, ZR) with concentrations were used to develop an efficient regeneration protocol for three genot...
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Introduction and Aim: Breast cancer is the most common cancer among Iranian women and women in the world. The aim of radiotherapy (radiation therapy) is to eliminate the maximum of cancer cells with minimal damage to healthy tissue. Intraoperative radiation therapy (IORT) can be utilized to treat a small area of tissue without any damages. In this...

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Journal of Research in Karyotic Cell &Tissue is a scientific research journal that is published in order to broaden the scope of biological sciences. It publishes research papers in all areas of biology including Cell culture and Tissue culture, Cancer tissue and cell culture, tissue engineering and Regenerative medicine, Animal cell and culture, Virology and Viral transport medium, Plant Cell Culture and Tissue, Allergy and Algal culture media, Medical Genetics, Biophysics of cancer, Biochemistry of cancer, Mycology and Fungal culture media, Protozoology, Microbiology and Microbial media and Bacteriology and Bacterial culture media.