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Aptamers (Aps) are short single-strand nucleic acids, which can be used as the therapeutic and targeting agent in advanced drug delivery systems. Conjugation of Aps with other entities (siRNA, toxins, drugs, DNAzyme/Ribozymes) provides advanced multifunctional nanosystems for cancer therapy.

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Streptavidin functionalized gold nanorods act as intensification labels for the detection of cell surface markers in SPR biosensors. In the cell-based SPR biosensor, binding specific biotinylated antibody on the cell surface, streptavidin- gold nanorods can enhance SPR signals.

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Two chromone derivatives, CyC and AMC exhibit strong non-competitive acetylcholinesterase (AChE) inhibition. CyC, due to planarity and greater stacking interactions with Peripheral Anionic Site, is the stronger AChE antagonist and plasma protein binder.

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Two pathways were analyzed for the pathogenesis of FSGS disease using RT-PCR. Correlation of the target genes with pathological characteristics of the FSGS was studied. The implication of these target genes and pathways in the pathogenesis of FSGS was found.

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The CFD analysis of a bare-metal stent on the hemodynamics in the main branch of a coronary artery bifurcation CFD showed that the main branch with an inserted one-part stent displayed the smallest region with the wall shear stress.

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Determination of valproic acid and 3-heptanone in plasma using air assisted liquid-liquid microextraction with the assistance of vortex: Application to the real samples

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Interaction of Quercetin and its Cu2+ complexes with serum albumins was studied. Complexation with Cu2+ altered the mode of binding of Qu with SAs, and strength of binding increased as evident from the binding constant calculation.

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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. 2015;5(1):55-63. doi: 10.15171/bi.2015.04
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Bioimpacts. 2015;5(1):55-63. doi: 10.15171/bi.2015.04
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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. 2016;6(4):183-185. doi: 10.15171/bi.2016.24
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Bioimpacts. 2011;1(1):23-30. doi: 10.5681/bi.2011.004
PMCID: PMC3648946     PMID: 23678404     Scopus ID: 83655181480    

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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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Bioimpacts. 2013;3(1):21-27. doi: 10.5681/bi.2013.011
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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.