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Articles by Ardeshir Moayeri
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  Mohsen Mohammadi , Ardeshir Moayeri , Omar Ghaderi , Hamid Reza Mohammadi and Ayoob Rostamzadeh
  Burn injury has been reported to be an important cause of morbidity and mortality in many countries which leads to a loss of integrity of the skin which protects us from water loss, temperature change, radiation, trauma and infection. The main sources of stem cells that might be used for repair and regeneration of injured skin tissue are Embryonic Stem Cells (ESCs) and adult stem cells. ESCs have a great capacity for self-renewal and pluripotency but their clinical applications are limited because of the political and ethical considerations. Also, ESCs themselves are less suitable for tissue grafting; they do provide the potential to augment physiological healing processes via paracrine mechanisms. Stem cells allows for the possibility of restoring lost or damaged tissue, while their ability to modulation of immune system the wound bed from afar suggests that their clinical applications need not be restricted to direct tissue formation. The clinical utility of stem cells has been demonstrated across dozens of clinical trials in chronic wound therapy; thus, it promotes normal interactions between cell assemblies during the regeneration of burn wounds which prevents the formation of cicatrix or the deformation of tissues. Furthermore, Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSCs) derived fibroblasts may be an increased production of extracellular matrix proteins that could also increase the rate of wound healing as well as provide opportunities for eventually generating these structures without the risk of immune rejection.
  Abdolmajid Taheri , Hossien Masoumi , Ardeshir Moayeri and Ayoob Rostamzadeh
  Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (MRS) is a non-invasive diagnostic and is the neuroimaging method of choice for the noninvasive monitoring of brain metabolism in patients with glioma tumors due to the enormous amount of information it yields regarding the morphologic features of the lesion and surrounding parenchyma. The most prevalent metabolites in the MRS spectrum are N-acetylasparate (NAA), total-Cholinecontaining metabolites (Cho), Lactate (Lac), Mobile Lipids (Lip), Creatine (Cre), Glutamate (Glu), Glutamine (Gln; the glutamate and glutamine signals cannot always be resolved and studies will then refer to their composite Glx peak), Myo-Inositol (mIns), Glycine (Gly), Glutathione (GSH) and 2-Hydroxyglutarate (2-HG). Personalized medicine using MRS can be used an understanding of the various physiological basic and mechanism of the metabolic signatures obtained from different types of tumors, and the specificity of the technique. Finally, establishment basis of physiological characteristics of the metabolites in various types of brain tumors, and the clinical utility of MRS as an additional and confirming diagnostic tool could improvement processes include fact and correct primary differential diagnosis therapeutic planning, and the assessment of response to treatment.
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