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Article ID Title
112792 The Effect of High Intensity Interval Training and Curcumin on the Expression of BAX and Bcl-2 Proteins and Caspase-3 Enzyme Activity in Rats
116825 Modulatory effects of swimming training on hypoxia-induced factors in heart tissue of rats exposed to chronic stress
119837 Cytotoxic viability and related gene expression profile in MCF7 and KBR3 cell lines were influenced by hydroalcoholic extract of plant medicinal
120886 Evaluating the effects of maternal nicotine exposure on Fibronectin expression in kidney of the mouse newborns in embryonic and milking period
121997 The association of vitamin D receptor TaqI gene polymorphisms and susceptibility to pediatric urolithiasis in Iranian population
122297 Identify the properties and function of the unknown protein with accession number AT2G15110.1 on the Tair website
122955 The Effect of swimming training with cinnamon consumption on β3-AR and ERK2 gene expression in the visceral adipose tissue of diabetic rats
123710 Expression of genes HSD3B1 and HSD3B2 in adenocarcinoma and benign prostatic hyperplasia
123911 Tracheal anatomy and factors contributing to tissue engineering
124061 Expression of bap Gene in Clinical Acinetobacter baumannii isolates in Khorramabad, Iran
124110 Neuroprotective effects of Fe3O4 nanoparticles coated with omega-3 as a novel drug for recovery of sciatic nerve injury in rats
124247 The Effects of Aqueous and Ethanolic Extract of Rhazya Stricta on the Control of Date Contamination under in Vitro Conditions
126518 Stepwise regression analysis of citrus cultivars under cold stress
127469 Association of the Effect of SLC6A4 Gene Polymorphisms on the Risk of Diabetes‏