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Colorectal cancer (CRC) as a malignancy shows high mortality rate worldwide because of metastasis and drug resistance. Targeted multimodal nanosystems (NSs) can be developed and used against CRC with much better clinical outcomes.

Bioimpacts. 2019;9(3):129-130. doi: 10.15171/bi.2019.17
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Scientific bullying, as a growing concern, may emerge differently (from insults/snubs to violations of intellectual properties). Strategies such as specific training and detailed examination might be helpful for those at risk of bullying.

The minigene vaccine construct is designed based on the B and T cell epitopes of E. granulosus enolase protein, and ligands for TLR-2 and TLR-4. The minigene vaccine showed stable properties for proper binding with the Toll-like receptors.

Increased expression of TSGA10 associated with the reduced metastasis in the MDA-MB-231 cells. TSGA10 showed interaction with HIF-1α with high affinity. TSGA10 expression is altered under the hypoxia, indicating its potential as a bio-target for cancer therapy.

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The purification process for stromal vascular fraction (SVF) can be performed using additional short plastic adherence incubation step (16-20h). This process leads in 24h to a predictable GMP-compliant cell-product. This product is more homogenous than the SVF.

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Supplementation with Nigella Sativa and nano-sized clinoptilolite in rats with diabetes mellitusinduced with high-fat diet and injection of 35 mg/kg BW of streptozotocin, resulted in asignificant increase in calcium, alkaline phosphatase, and parathyroid hormone levels.

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Electrospraying of modafinil and Eudragit RS100 using different drug: polymer ratios and various solution concentrations can lead to the formation of unique nanostructures such as nonobeads and nanofibers depending on the polymer concentration in the feed solution.

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Two lateralities in the same side considerably might imply the solidarity in the control of the dominant brain hemisphere, while the unilaterality appears to be more prominent. Thus, masticatory preference is found with probable origins in the dominant hemisphere of the brain.


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Bioimpacts. 2016;6(4):183-185. doi: 10.15171/bi.2016.24
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Bioimpacts. 2011;1(1):7-22. doi: 10.5681/bi.2011.003
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Bioimpacts. 2012;2(1):61-68. doi: 10.5681/bi.2012.008
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Bioimpacts. 2012;2(1):5-22. doi: 10.5681/bi.2012.002
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Bioimpacts. 2011;1(1):23-30. doi: 10.5681/bi.2011.004
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Bioimpacts. 2011;1(1):47-52. doi: 10.5681/bi.2011.007
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Bioimpacts. 2017;7(2):73-74. doi: 10.15171/bi.2017.09
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Bioimpacts. 2012;2(4):175-187. doi: 10.5681/bi.2012.027
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Bioimpacts. 2014;4(1):3-14. doi: 10.5681/bi.2014.011
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Bioimpacts. 2011;1(1):23-30. doi: 10.5681/bi.2011.004
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Bioimpacts. 2013;3(4):149-162. doi: 10.5681/bi.2013.036
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Bioimpacts. 2011;1(3):145-147. doi: 10.5681/bi.2011.019
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Congratulations to Professor J. Barar, the Editor of Bioimpacts, on being recognized as the top scientist of TUOMS Faculty of Pharmacy in 2017!

Congratulations to Professor Y. Omidi, the Editor-in-Chief of Bioimpacts, on being recognized as the most cited scientist of Tabriz University of Medical Sciences in 2018!

Congratulations to Professor Jaleh  Barar and Professor Yadollah Omidi (the Editor and Editor-in-Cheif of Bioimpacts) on being recognized among 1% top scientists by the ISC in 2019!


BioImpacts, as a peer-reviewed international journal, publishes all types of papers on bench-to-bedside translational aspects of pharmaceutical and biomedical sciences. As a "Publish Free" and "Access Free" journal, BioImpacts follows a constructive peer-review process with free editing service to benefit the scientific community worldwide.