The Journal of "Cell and Tissue" has been published quarterly by the Islamic Azad University, Branch of Science and Research, and the Association of Cell and Tissue Culture of Iran since 2020. This journal is ready to receive original scientific research articles, short research notes with outstanding innovation, and outstanding review articles by professors, researchers, students, and scholars in various fields of cell and tissue culture (bacterial, microbial, fungal, plant, animal, and human) after careful judgment. This journal also accepts practical and technological articles in each of the mentioned fields.

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Investigating the protective & restorative effects of medicinal plants On pancreatic beta cells

sepideh sadat moghadam ara; mohadeseh pahlevani; Masoumeh Sadat Hpr; Soheil Fatahian

Volume 3, Issue 1 , April 2022, Pages 1-8

  Pancreas is a gland deep in the abdomen that is located between the stomach and the vertebrae of the spine. The most important hormone secreted from this gland is insulin. Insulin enters the bloodstream and helps the body to use the energy in food. Now, if the pancreas is disturbed in its function, this ...  Read More

Original Article Biophysics and Cancer
Comparison of the effect of different sources of cold plasma production on the growth of MCF-7 cell line

Azadeh Hekmat; Setareh Zahedian

Volume 3, Issue 1 , April 2022, Pages 9-14

  Introduction and aim: Cold atmospheric plasma (CAP) is a new anti-cancer therapeutic method in the field of plasma medicine, with high selectivity to kill cancer cells more than normal cells. In recent years plasma-activated solutions, specifically plasma-activated medium (PAM) have also shown their ...  Read More

Medical Genetics
Evaluating of BDNF Expression in Blood Cells of Opium Recovering Patients with a New Treatment Method: A Molecular Marker

Ani Dejakam; Ani Dejakam; Azadeh Hekmat

Volume 1, Issue 1 , September 2020, , Pages 16-25

  Introduction and Aim: Opium addiction is one of the most prevalent addiction in Iranian society. Throughout the last two decades, congress 60; a nongovernmental organization; has been operated a taper off treatment of opium associated with a package of psychological treatment group classes. Although ...  Read More

The toxicity induction in human dermal fibroblasts (HDF) cells by saliva of Echis carinatus sochureki

Abbas Zare MirakAbadi; Parvin Horrieh

Volume 1, Issue 1 , September 2020, , Pages 1-8

  Introduction and Aim: Echis carinatus are small in size and are considered to be very biting invasive snakes. Snake venom is a type of snake saliva that is secreted through the salivary glands and stored in the venom sac. A problem in human societies, especially in rural areas, is snake bites, which ...  Read More

Allergy and Algal culture media
Culturing of Aquatic and terrestrial cyanobacteria

Bahareh Nowruzi

Volume 1, Issue 1 , September 2020, , Pages 34-44

  Cyanobacteria, microscopic organisms have similar characteristics to prokaryotes and eukaryotes, which are very popular in biotechnology research today and are able to produce a wide range of highly valuable organic compounds. However, many strains of cyanobacteria still remain unknown in Iran, a group ...  Read More

Cancer tissue and cell culture
Evaluation effects of silymarin on cytotoxicity and apoptosis on SW480 colon cancer cell line

Zainab Kamrani; Masoumeh Heshmati; Sadegh Babashah

Volume 1, Issue 3 , March 2021, , Pages 8-15

  Introduction and Aim: Silymarin, extracted from the milk thistle, is rich in flavolignans such as silybinin, silidianin, and silycristine. Several studies have been done on its anticancer effect. This study aimed to evaluate the effects of cytotoxicity and induction of silymarin-induced apoptosis on ...  Read More

Cancer tissue and cell culture
The effect of Cinnamaldehyde on changes in the expression of C-jun, C-fos, P53 genes in cancer cells of wistar rat’s gastric tissue by dimethylhydrazine

Mahdi Azadmanesh; Tahereh Naji; Abdolreza Mohammadnia

Volume 2, Issue 3 , December 2021, , Pages 18-25

  Introduction and aim: Genes play a very important role in the development of cancer. This study aimed to evaluate three very important genes (C-fos, C-jun, and P53) in Wistar mice's stomach tissue cancer cells designed by dimethylhydrazine.Methods: In this study, forty male Wistar mice, 57 weeks old, ...  Read More

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