Items where Author is "Fouladvand, Moradali"

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Fouladvand, Moradali and Barazesh, Afshin and Tahmasebi, Rahim (2017) Seroepidemiological study of strongyloidiasis in patients taking immunosuppressive drugs in Bushehr, Iran, 2012. Journal of Mazandaran University of Medical Sciences, 27 (149). pp. 187-191.

Fouladvand, Moradali and Barazesh, Afshin and Motazedian, Mohammad Hossein (2016) The prevalence of toxoplasmosis in hemodialysis patients in Bushehr, Iran in 2012. Journal of Mazandaran University of Medical Sciences, 26 (141). pp. 123-130.

Fouladvand, Moradali and Mohebali, Mehdi and Darabi, Hossein and Hajjaran, Homa and Shirzadi, Mohammad Reza and Charehdar, Soroor and Satvat, Mohammad Taghi and Pakbaz, Foroogh and Vahdat, Katayoun (2015) Molecular and parasitological study of cutaneous leishmaniasis in Bushehr province, southwest of the Islamic Republic of Iran: a cross-sectional study during 2009–2012. Journal of parasitic diseases : official organ of the Indian Society for Parasitology., 3 (39). pp. 371-376.

Mohebali, Mehdi and Darabi, Hossein and Hajjaran, Homa and Shirzadi, Mohammad Reza and Fouladvand, Moradali and Charehdar, Soroor and Satvat, Mohammad Taghi and Pakbaz, Foroogh and Vahdat, Katayoun (2015) olecular and parasitological study of cutaneous leishmaniasis in Bushehr province, southwest of the Islamic Republic of Iran: a cross-sectional study during 2009–2012. J Parasit Dis, 39 (3). pp. 371-376.

Vahdat, Katayoun and Mohebali, Mehdi and Darabi, Hossein and Hajjaran, Homa and Shirzadi, Mohammad Reza and Fouladvand, Moradali and Charehdar, Soroor and Satvat, Mohammad Taghi and Pakbaz, Foroogh (2013) Molecular and parasitological study of cutaneous leishmaniasis in Bushehr province, southwest of the Islamic Republic of Iran: a cross-sectional study during 2009–2012. J Parasit Dis.

Fouladvand, Moradali and Barazesh, Afshin and Zandi, Keivan and Naeimi, Behrouz and Tajbakhsh, Saeed (2010) Seroepidemiological study of toxoplasmosis in childbearing age women in Bushehr City, south west of Iran in 2009. African Journal of Biotechnology, 9 (36).

Fouladvand, Moradali and Ebrahimi, Abdolali and Nabipour, Iraj and Vahdat, Katayoun and Jafari, Seyed Mojtaba and Assadi, Majid and Movahed, Ali and Obeidi, Narges and Sanjdideh, Zahra (2009) High sensitivity C-reactive protein is associated with the metabolic syndrome independent to viral and bacterial pathogen burden. Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice (84). pp. 296-302.

Ebrahimi, Abdolali and Nabipour, Iraj and Vahdat, Katayoun and Jafari, Seyed Mojtaba and Fouladvand, Moradali and Assadi, Majid and Movahed, Ali and Obeidi, Narges and Sanjdideh, Zahra (2009) High sensitivity C-reactive protein is associated with the metabolic syndrome independent to viral and bacterial pathogen burden. d i a b e t e s r e s e a rch and cl i n i cal p r a c ti c e. pp. 296-302.

Ebrahimi, Abdolali and Nabipour, Iraj and Vahdat, Katayoun and Jafari, Seyed Mojtaba and Fouladvand, Moradali and Assadi, Majid and Movahed, Ali and Obeidi, Narges and Sanjdideh, Zahra (2009) High sensitivity C-reactive protein is associated with the metabolic syndrome independent to viral and bacterial pathogen burden. Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, 84. pp. 296-302.

Jafari, Seyed Mojtaba and Ebrahimi,, Abdolali and Abdolali, Ebrahimi and Nabipour, Iraj and Vahdat, Katayoun and Fouladvand, Moradali and Assadi, Majid and Movahed, Ali and Obeidi, Narges and Sanjdideh, Zahra (2009) High sensitivity C-reactive protein is associated with the metabolic syndrome independent to viral and bacterial pathogen burden. Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice.

Ebrahimi, Abdolali and Nabipour, Iraj and Vahdat, Katayoun and Jafari, Seyed Mojtaba and Fouladvand, Moradali and Assadi, Majid and Movahed, Ali and Obeidi, narges and Sanjdideh, Zahra (2009) High sensitivity C-reactive protein is associated with the metabolic syndrome independent to viral and bacterial pathogen burden. Diabetes research and clinical practice.

Zandi, Keivan and Fouladvand, Moradali and Pakdel, Parisa and Sartavi, Kohzad (2007) Evaluation of in vitro antiviral activity of a brown alga (Cystoseira myrica) from the Persian Gulf against herpes simplex virus type 1. African Journal of Biotechnology, 6. pp. 2511-2514.

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