Volume 15 (2024)
Volume 14 (2023)
Volume 13 (2022)
Volume 12 (2021)
Volume 11 (2020)
Volume 10 (2019)
Volume 9 (2018)
Volume 8 (2017)
Volume 7 (2016)
Volume 6 (2015)
Volume 5 (2014)
Volume 4 (2013)
Volume 3 (2012)
Volume 2 (2011)
Volume 1 (2010)
A Case of Pulmonary Linguatulosis in a Rabbit

Ömer Faruk Keleş

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 13 March 2024

  Linguatulosis can infect most ruminants and cause accidental infections in humans. Linguatula serrata is the causative parasite of Linguatulosis, a disease that not only produces economic losses in cattle but also represents a public health risk due to its zoonotic nature. This study aimed to explore ...  Read More

A comparative pharmacokinetic study of a novel sustained release danofloxacin formulation and the conventional product in rabbits

Ali Rassouli; Katayoun Kiani; Yalda Hosseizadeh Ardakani; Hamid Akbari Javar; Sakineh Khanamani Falahatipour

Volume 12, Issue 2 , June 2021, , Pages 253-257

  Sustained release drug formulations are frequently developed to reduce dosage frequency and to improve outcomes of drug therapy. This study evaluates the pharmacokinetic (PK) parameters of a novel injectable danofloxacin (DANO) formulation in comparison with a conventional product in an animal model. ...  Read More

Experimental study on healing of long bone defects treated with fibrin membrane enriched with platelet growth factors and periosteal mesenchymal stem cells in rabbit: radiographical and histopathological evaluations

Amin Paidar Ardakani; Mohammd Mehdi Oloumi; Alireza Farsinejad; Reza Kheirandish

Volume 10, Issue 4 , December 2019, , Pages 285-291

  The present study was designed to evaluate the effects of platelet growth factors and periosteal mesenchymal stem cells on bone healing process, radiographically. Forty male White New Zealand rabbits in five equal groups were used in this study. A 2 mm full thickness bone defect was made in left radial ...  Read More

Development and characterization of polyclonal antibody against human kappa light chain in rabbit

Mojgan Esparvarinha; Hamid Nickho; Leili Aghebati; Jalal Abdolalizadeh; Hadi Nasiri; Zahra Valedkarimi; Jafar Majidi

Volume 10, Issue 3 , September 2019, , Pages 207-211

  Polyclonal antibodies against kappa light chain are used to diagnose diseases producing free light chain. The kappa and lambda light chains are products of immunoglobulin synthesis and released into the circulation in minor amounts such as serum, cerebrospinal fluid, urine and synovial fluid in normal ...  Read More

Fabrication of novel tubular scaffold for tendon repair from chitosan in combination with zinc nanoparticles

Alireza Yousefi; Farshid Sarrafzadeh-Rezaei; Siamak Asri-Rezaei; Amir-Abbas Farshid; Mehdi Behfar

Volume 9, Issue 2 , June 2018, , Pages 105-111

  Chitosan bears numerous properties, such as biocompatibility, biodegradability and non-toxicity making it suitable for use in different biomedical fields. Zinc (Zn) is required for fibroblasts proliferation and collagen synthesis as essential elements of wound healing. Its nanoparticles are well known ...  Read More

Small Animal Surgery
Evaluation of tendon healing using fibroblast like synoviocytes in rabbits: A biomechanical study

Mahboobeh Azad-Tirgan; Farshid Sarrafzadeh-Rezaei; Hassan Malekinejad; Rahim Hobbenaghi; Behnam Heshmatian

Volume 7, Issue 1 , March 2016, , Pages 21-26

  Tendon never restores the complete biological and mechanical properties after healing. Several techniques are available for tissue-engineered biological augmentation for tendon healing like stem cells. Recently, synovium has been investigated as a source of cells for tissue engineering. In the present ...  Read More

Evaluation of clinical and paraclinical effects of intraosseous vs intravenous administration of propofol on general anesthesia in rabbits

Ramin Mazaheri-Khameneh; Farshid Sarrafzadeh-Rezaei; Siamak Asri-Rezaei; Bahram Dalir-Naghadeh

Volume 3, Issue 2 , June 2012, , Pages 103-109

  This prospective study aimed to compare the intraosseous (IO) and intravenous (IV) effects of propofol on selected blood parameters and physiological variables during general anesthesia in rabbits. Thirty New Zealand White rabbits were studied. Six rabbits received IV propofol (group 1) and another 6 ...  Read More

Blood oxygenation during hyperpressure intraperitoneal fluid administration in a rabbit model of severe liver injury: Evaluation of a novel concept for control of pre-hospital liver bleeding

Siavash Ahmadi-Noorbakhsh; Saeed Azizi; Bahram Dalir-Naghadeh; Masoud Maham

Volume 3, Issue 2 , June 2012, , Pages 125-130

  Oxygen is an essential part of the most important metabolic pathways in aerobic organisms. Oxygen delivery is merely dependent on blood, rendering blood loss a devastating event. Traumatic pre-hospital liver bleeding is a major cause of early trauma deaths in human and animals, with no established therapeutic ...  Read More

Adipose derived stromal vascular fraction improves early tendon healing: an experimental study in rabbits

Mehdi Behfar; Farshid Sarrafzadeh-Rezaei; Rahim Hobbenaghi; Nowruz Delirezh; Bahram Dalir-Naghadeh

Volume 2, Issue 4 , December 2011, , Pages 248-253

  Tendon never restores the complete biological and mechanical properties after healing. Bone marrow and recently adipose tissue have been used as the sources of mesenchymal stem cells, which have been proven to enhance tendon healing. Stromal vascular fraction (SVF), derived from adipose tissue by an ...  Read More

Ultrasonographic Evaluation of the Urinary System in New Zealand White Rabbit and Tolai Hare

Abdolvahed Moarabi; Bahman Mosallanejad; Ali Reza Ghadiri; Mahdi Pourmahdi Borujeni

Volume 2, Issue 2 , June 2011, , Pages 113-120

  Ultrasonographic examination of urinary system (kidney and urinary bladder) was conducted in New Zealand white rabbit [NZwr] and Tolai hare (Lepus tolai). Ultrasound images of the kidney and urinary bladder were evaluated on fifteen healthy rabbits of New Zealand white rabbit and another fifteen Tolai ...  Read More

Thiopental Sodium Anesthesia Following Premedication of Rabbits with Vitamin C

Farshid Sarrafzadeh-Rezaei; Siamak Asri-Rezaei; Mojtaba Hadian; Rahim Mohammadi; Maryam Asfari

Volume 1, Issue 1 , June 2010, , Pages 7-11

  Rabbits are widely used as laboratory animals for experimental surgery. Anesthesia of rabbits may present complications unless the method is easy to apply and safe to use. In present study, effects of different dosages of vitamin C on thiopental sodium induced anesthesia in 25 male New Zealand white ...  Read More

Effect of Camel Milk on Oxidative Stresses in Experimentally Induced Diabetic Rabbits

El-Said El-Sherbini El-Said; Gehad Ramadan El-Sayed; Esraa Tantawy

Volume 1, Issue 1 , June 2010, , Pages 30-43

  Camel milk has an importance in the treatment of diabetes. It has been shown that the patients who drink camel milk daily, their need to insulin decrease. Therefore, this study aimed to investigate the effect of camel milk in comparison with insulin treatment in experimentally-induced diabetes. This ...  Read More