Sanaz Hamedeyazdan

Sanaz Hamedeyazdan
Tabriz University of Medical Sciences | TBZMED · Department of Pharmacognosy

PhD (Associate Professor of Pharmacognosy)

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Faculty of Pharmacy, Tabriz University of Medical Sciences.

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: The Symphytum genus has been mainly used in traditional medicine, containing its anti-inflammatory activity. Symphytum spp.’s active components, such as allantoin, polyphenols, flavonoids, and alkaloids, can act on several intentions in the signaling pathway, constrain pro-inflammatory enzymes, reducing the construction of inflammatory chemokine’...
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Objectives: The current study's objectives were to obtain different extracts and essential oils of Symphytum kurdicum and Symphytum asperrimum and to determine the chemical composition, as well as to evaluate free radical scavenging activity (IC50) and minimum bactericidal concentration (MBC), and the effect of liposomal formulation on antimicrobi...
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A systematic review and a meta-analytic approach were considered to investigate the effects of lemon balm as a medicinal herb on anxiety and depression in clinical trials and its side effects. All randomized clinical trials published up to October 30, 2020 that examined lemon balm in patients with symptoms of depression or anxiety , with acute or c...
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Affective disorders have become prevalent and costly worldwide chronic conditions. Lemon Balm (Melissa Officinalis L.) is a medicinal plant with beneficial effects on neuropsychiatric disorders. Its potential to specifically treat conditions such as depression and anxiety has been investigated for over 20 centuries. Given the lack of a historical o...
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Background: Sepsis is a lethal clinical syndrome that results from dysregulated systemic inflammatory response of the body due to the invasion of pathogens, especially bacteria. Despite advances in medical care and therapy, sepsis is still one of the major causes of death in intensive care units and no decisive medical treatment is available agains...
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New findings: What is the central question of this study? Prolonged stress exposure induces detrimental changes in the brain structure, and increases the vulnerability to develop psychiatric disorders. The central question of this study is how Melissa officinalis L. ameliorates anxiety- and depressive-like behavior of mice. What is the main findin...
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Astragalus is a well-known genus in Leguminosae family that represented more than 800 species growing in Iran. Nevertheless, there are a few reports on Astragalus plants endemic to Iran. The roots of Astragalus plants are rich in saponins, flavonoids and polysaccharides that possess various pharmacological activities. In the present study, chemical...
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Background: Two species of genus Marrubium belonging to the family Lamiaceae, were studied for their volatile components. Methods: The essential oils were extracted from aerial parts of the plants through hydrodistillation using a Clevenger apparatus. Later, CG and CG-MS analysis were applied to assess the chemical components of the essential oils...
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Introduction: Traditionally Prangos ferulacea root is being used as an effective wound healing agent especially for pus-filled wounds both in human and stocks in the western north of Iran. Regarding the subject we decided to study P. ferulacea roots essential oil (PFE) for its antimicrobial and wound healing activities. Methods: The in vitro wound...
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Background: The upward desire in using traditional medicine as a remedy for treatment of different diseases has led the scientists to be thoughtful on plants as alternative sources of conventional drugs. Methods: Herein, anti-inflammatory effects of Marrubium vulgare methanolic extract was evaluated in carrageenan-induced paw edema in rats through...
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Purpose: In the present study we aimed to quantify marrubiin, as the major active compound, in the aerial parts of Marrubium vulgare from Iran using a HPTLC-densitometry technique. Methods: Quantitative determination of marrubiin in M. vulgare methanol extract was performed by HPTLC analysis via a fully automated TLC scanner. Later on, the in vi...
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Background: The aim of this study was to evaluate the cardioprotective effects of aqueous fraction of Marrubium vulgare hydroalcoholic extract on cardiac parameters in ischaemic-reperfused isolated rat hearts. Materials and methods: The aerial parts of the plant were extracted with methanol 70% by maceration. The water-soluble portion of the tot...
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Background: Danae racemosa (L.) Moench (Ruscus racemosa L., Asparagaceae) is an erect, muchbranched evergreen shrub, native in the mountains from Syria to Iran, commonly used for its decorative green foliage in fresh flower arrangements. Despite its importance, far too little attention has been paid to gather detailed documentations of chemical con...
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Background: Traditionally, Ocimum basilicum has been used for its antiinflammatory activity. Here, the effect of O. basilicum ethanol extract was evaluated on carrageenan induced paw edema in male Wistar rats. Methods: O. basilicum ethanol extract was achieved through maceration procedure. Next, the paw inflammation was induced with 1% carrageenan,...
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Background Cynodon dactylon, a valuable medicinal plant, is widely used in Iranian folk medicine for the treatment of various cardiovascular diseases such as heart failure and atherosclerosis. Moreover, its anti-diabetic, anti-cancer and anti-microbial properties have been also reported. Concerning the critical role of angiogenesis in the incidence...
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Background: Cynodon dactylon, a valuable medicinal plant, is widely used in Iranian folk medicine for the treatment of various cardiovascular diseases such as heart failure and atherosclerosis. Moreover, its anti-diabetic, anti-cancer and anti-microbial properties have been also reported. Concerning the critical role of angiogenesis in the incidenc...
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Purpose: Naturally occurring substances as novel drugs in cancer therapy, at all times, represent a challenge to science since medicinal plants are proving to be brilliant sources of new chemopreventive agents. Methods: In the present study, methanol extract from aerial parts of Marrubium crassidens was assessed for its antiproliferative activit...
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Purpose: The purpose of this study was the isolation and structure elucidation of chemical compounds from the rhizomes of Eremostachys laciniata (L) Bunge (EL), an Iranian traditional medicinal herb with a thick root and pale purple or white flowers as well as the clinical studies on the therapeutic efficacy and safety of topical application of th...
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Purpose: Marrubium crassidens, a plant belonging to the family Lamiaceae, was studied for its volatile components present in the aerial parts of the plant during the flowering stage. Methods: The essential oil of the plant obtained through hydrodistillation of the dried plant material was assessed for its chemical composition by GC/MS and GC-FID...
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Purpose: Fumaria parviflora Lam (Fumariaceae) has been used in traditional medicine in the treatment of several diseases such as diabetes. The present work was designed to evaluate the hypoglycaemic effects of methanolic extract (ME) of F. parviflora in normal and streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats. Methods: The rats used were allocated in six...
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Background: The essential oil of Maruubium persicum C. A. Mey (Lamiaceae) was obtained by hydrodistillation from aerial parts of the plant during flowering stage. Methods: The chemical analyses of the essential oil by GC/MS and GC/FID, allowed us to identify thirty three compounds, representing 94.4% of the total oil. Results: The essential oil of...
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Isoproterenol injection (100 mg/kg; sc) produced changes in ECG pattern including ST-segment elevation and suppressed R-amplitude. The methanolic extract of M. vulgare at doses of 10, 20, and 40 mg/kg significantly amended the ECG changes. A severe myocardial necrosis and edematous along with a sharp reduction in the arterial blood pressure, left v...
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The leaves of the plant were extracted with ethanol by maceration and subjected to colorimetry to determine flavonoids and phenolic compounds. High-performance TLC analysis and subsequent CAMAG's TLC scanning were performed to quantify rosmarinic acid content. Wistar rats were assigned to 6 groups of normal control, sham, isoproterenol, and treatme...
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Aim: Developing antitumor drugs from natural products is receiving increasing interest worldwide due to limitations and side effects of therapy strategies for the second leading cause of disease related mortality, cancer. Methods: The antiproliferative activity of a methanolic extract from the aerial parts of Marrubium persicum extract was asses...
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The present study was designed to evaluate anti-inflammatory effects of N-acetylaspartylglutamate (NAAG), as a presynaptic mGlu3 receptor agonist on carrageenan-induced paw edema in rats. NAAG was administered intraperitoneally (10 mg/kg) 20 min before the intraplantar injection of the carrageenan. Neutrophil infiltration (MPO activity), lipid pero...
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Microwave-assisted extraction (MAE) or simply microwave extraction is a relatively new extraction technique that combines microwave and traditional solvent extraction. Application of microwaves for heating the solvents and plant tissues in extraction process, which increases the kinetic of extraction, is called microwave-assisted extraction. MAE ha...
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Introduction: Hyssopus officinalis (L) (Hyssop, Family: Lamiaceae), one of the endemic Iranian perennial herb with a long history of medicinal use, was studied to detect some biologically active chemical constituents of the plant. Methods: The flavonoids of the hydromethanolic extract of the aerial parts of Hyssopus officinalis (L.) were studied...
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Hyssopus officinalis L. (Hyssop) is one of the most popular herbal preparations, mainly distributed in the East Mediterranean to central Asia. The plant has been used traditionally for medicinal purposes; generally, these therapeutic uses and health benefits of hyssop are largely based on folklore rather than on scientific substantiation, making it...
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Administration of lidocaine and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) as a routine procedure for relief of dental pains by and large is restricted due to some side effects. Amitriptyline (AM) has long been known to exert analgesic activity as a result of blocking the Na⁺ channels. The objective of the present investigation was to prepare su...
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Introduction: Absorption of drugs through the gastrointestinal tract poses a variety of limitations, making the in vivo performance of drug delivery systems uncertain. Following on from recent advances, in a time of increased consideration of floating drug delivery systems, it is as important as ever to continue the progress by studying different...
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Obesity is a major health problem world-wide. Medical intervention is often needed to tackle this problem, and accordingly the need for developing more effective, safer and cheaper weight reducing drugs has become paramount in recent years. In the present study, the effects of lime (Citrus aurantifolia) essential oils in reducing body weight, indiv...
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In the present investigation metronidazole-loaded alginate beads consisting of calcium silicate as a porous carrier or NaHCO(3) as a gas-forming agent were prepared for local eradication of Helicobacter Pylori. Gelation method was used for preparation of conventional sodium alginate beads. Drug entrapment efficiency, drug loading, floating properti...

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