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Articles by Behzad Narouie
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  Mehdi Jahantigh , Behzad Narouie and Elham Sheikhi Ghayur
  Disruption or inactivation of p53 and p21 proteins’ expression may lead to colorectal adenocarcinoma. In addition, prognosis of the patients and their response to chemotherapy depends on these proteins’ expression. Therefore, in this study, we attempted to evaluate the prevalence of these proteins’ expression in colorectal adenocarcinoma and their correlation with pathological parameters. We have studied immunostained-preserved tissues of 70 patients with colorectal adenocarcinoma who have tolerated colectomy from 2003 to 2010. Specimens were evaluated for the expression of p53 and p21 proteins. Over-expression of p53 and p21 proteins were seen in 52.9 and 47.1% of the patients, respectively. There was no correlation between over-expression of p53 and p21 with the pathological parameters. A significant association was found between p21 and tumor differentiation (p<0.05). High expression of p21 was also found in well-differentiated tumors. Also, the absence of correlation between p21 expression and p53 status was found (p<0.05). The results of our study indicate that p53 protein over-expression plays an important role in progression of colorectal cancer. p21 may also play an important role in differentiation of tumor cells. It also seems that p21 expression induction occurs in a p53-independent pathway in colorectal cancer.
  Fereshteh Ghaljaei , Behzad Narouie , Mahin Naderifar , Mohammad Ghasemi-Rad and Hamideh Hanafi-Bojd
  Strong, desirable and mutual relationship between parents and child is necessary so that nurses can achieve their duties and delivery of care to the child. This relationship should be identified in context of family (Style control parenting) in order for the nurses to maintain those parts of family relationship related to nursing duties. Anyhow, the actions should be planned in a manner that be well-adjusted with children' morale and help to decrease child's anxiety. The present descriptive correlation study aims to determine the relationship of behavioral models of parent with their children’s anxiety (370 students in age 13-15) in 10 governmental girl guidance schools, Dist. 6 of Tehran city. The tools were questionnaires planned for students and parents consisting demographic characteristics, physiologic symptoms of anxiety, Spiel Berger Anxiety Test for parents and Reynolds and Richmond Anxiety Tests for students. The amount of anxiety among these groups was analyzed using Chi-square Test and Fisher Exact Test in SPSS statistical software. Results showed that the amount of anxiety among students was 33% with the most anxiety (92%) among adolescents who evaluated their parents' behavior as autocratic (p = 0.001) and the least anxiety (7.6%) in adolescents who had democratic parents (p = 0.003). These findings shows that there is statistically significant relationship between anxiety and style control parenting (p<0.05), (df = 2). Style control parenting plays an important role in children’s anxiety, therefore health care providers can be effective in decreasing children' anxiety by teaching style control parenting.
 
 
 
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