Original Research
Nessaibia Issam*, Tahraoui Abdelkrim, Chouba Ibtissem, Kaarar Narjess
Bioimpacts. 2015;5(4): 169-176. doi: 10.15171/bi.2015.25
PMCID: PMC4769786     PMID: 26929920     Scopus ID: 84958151697    
Cited By:
Morteza Mahmoudi* ORCID
Bioimpacts. 2019;9(3): 129-130. doi: 10.15171/bi.2019.17
PMCID: PMC6726746     PMID: 31508328     Scopus ID: 85071177336    
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.
Original Research
Mozhgan Ghobadi Pour ORCID, Naser Mirazi* ORCID, Hojatollah Alaei, Maryam Radahmadi, Ziba Rajaei, Alireza Monsef Esfahani
Bioimpacts. 2020;10(3): 177-186. doi: 10.34172/bi.2020.22
PMCID: PMC7416014     PMID: 32793440     Scopus ID: 85089309823    
The rat cirrhotic model is made by using thioacetamide hepatotoxin for 18 weeks. The cirrhotic rats treated to some degrees by using lactulose and silymarin known standard drugs for 8 weeks.
Prospective Highlights COVID-19
Morteza Mahmoudi* ORCID, Loraleigh Keashly
Bioimpacts. 2020;10(3): 139-140. doi: 10.34172/bi.2020.17
PMCID: PMC7416009     PMID: 32793435     Scopus ID: 85089707838    
In this perspective piece we will explore the potential facilitative influence of COVID-19 and specifically responses to it, on bullying behaviors in academic and research environments.