Prof. Dr. Manouchehr  Safari
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Prof. Dr. Manouchehr Safari

Semnan University of Medical Science, Iran

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Anatomy from Iran University of Science and Technology, Iran

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Area of Interest:

Neural Stem Cells
Mesenchymal Stem Cells
Liver Repair
Skin Repair

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Zarbakhsh, S., N. Goudarzi, M. Shirmohammadi and M. Safari, 2016. Histological study of bone marrow and umbilical cord stromal cell transplantation in regenerating rat peripheral nerve. Cell J., 17: 668-677.
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  2. Safari, M., M. Jadidi, A. Baghian and H. Hasanzadeh, 2016. Proliferation and differentiation of rat bone marrow stem cells by 400 μT electromagnetic field. Neurosci. Lett., 612: 1-6.
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  3. Safari, M., L. Ghahari, K. Safari, M. Madadian, M.R. Aldaghi and S. Zarbakhsh, 2015. Therapeutic effects of CD133+ in the carbon tetrachloride (CCl4) induced chronic liver dysfunction in rat model. Int. J. Pharmacol., 11: 359-365.
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  4. Safari, M., L. Ghahari and M. Kasaei, 2015. The effect of electromagnetic fields on the differentiation of hair follicles stem cells into nerve cells in adult male rats. Adv. Environ. Biol., 9: 925-929.
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  5. Safari, M., H.R. Sameni, L. Badban, A.R. Bandegi, A.A. Vafaei, A.R. Pour and L. Ghahari, 2015. Protective effects of water extract of propolis on dopaminergic neurons, brain derived neurotrophic factor and stress oxidative factors in the rat model of Parkinson's disease. Int. J. Pharmacol., 11: 300-308.
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  6. Rashidy-Pour, A., Y. Fathollahi, H. Miladi-Gorji and M. Safari, 2015. Enhancing hippocampal neuronal numbers in morphine-dependent rats by voluntary exercise through a brain-derived neurotrophic factor-mediated mechanism. Middle East J. Rehabil. Health, Vol. 2, No. 1. 10.17795/mejrh-25589.
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  7. Safari, M., L. Ghahari and M.D.B.H.Z. Zoroufchi, 2014. Effects of epidermal growth factor, platelet derived growth factor and growth hormone on cultured rat keratinocytes cells in vitro. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 17: 931-936.
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  8. Safari, M., L. Ghahari and M. Taheri, 2014. Effective use of log book on the learning of anatomy of the head and neck. Int. J. Curr. Life Sci., 4: 4312-4315.
  9. Haydari, S., H. Miladi-Gorji, A. Mokhtari and M. Safari, 2014. Effects of voluntary exercise on anxiety-like behavior and voluntary morphine consumption in rat pups borne from morphine-dependent mothers during pregnancy. Neurosci. Lett., 578: 50-54.
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  10. Ghahari, L., M. Safari, M.T. Joghataei, M. Mehdizadeh and M. Soleimani, 2014. Effect of combination therapy using hypothermia and granulocyte colony-stimulating factor in a rat transient middle cerebral artery occlusion model. Iran Biomed. J., 18: 239-244.
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  11. Aldaghi, M.R., M. Sankian, H.R. Sameni and M. Safari, 2014. Effects of alpha lipoic acid treatment on laminin alteration of the sciatic nerve in streptozotocin induced diabetic rats. Middle East J. Rehabil. Health, Vol. 1, No. 2. 10.17795/mejrh-23471.
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  12. Akhavan, M.M., H. Miladi-Gorji, M. Emami-Abarghoie, M. Safari, B. Sadighi-Moghaddam, A.A. Vafaei and A. Rashidy-Pour, 2013. Maternal voluntary exercise during pregnancy enhances the spatial learning acquisition but not the retention of memory in rat pups via a TrkB-mediated mechanism: The role of hippocampal BDNF expression. Iran. J. Basic Med. Sci., 16: 955-961.
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  13. Akhavan, M.M., T. Foroutan, M. Safari, B. Sadighi-Moghaddam, M. Emami-Abarghoie and A. Rashidy-Pour, 2012. Prenatal exposure to maternal voluntary exercise during pregnancy provides protection against mild chronic postnatal hypoxia in rat offspring. Pak. J. Pharm. Sci., 25: 233-238.
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  14. Miladi-Gorji, H., A. Rashidy-Pour, Y. Fathollahi, M.M. Akhavan, S. Semnanian and M. Safari, 2011. Voluntary exercise ameliorates cognitive deficits in morphine dependent rats: The role of hippocampal brain-derived neurotrophic factor. Neurobiol. Learn. Memory, 96: 479-491.
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  15. Safari, M., 2010. Stem cells therapy for retinal degeneration. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 13: 1016-1022.
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  16. Nobakht, M., N. Najafzadeh, M. Safari, N.R. Roshandel and H. Delaviz et al., 2010. Bulge cells of rat hair follicles: Isolation, cultivation, morphological and biological features. Yakhteh Med. J., 12: 51-58.
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  17. Safari, M., M. Knobakht, N. Rahbar Roshandel, F. Ghazi and M.T. Joghataee, 2009. Retinoic acid stimulate differentiation of hippocampal stem cells into opsin expressing cells in vitro Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 12: 1200-1205.
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  18. Safari, M. and L. Ghahari, 2009. Alterations of inducible and constitutive nitric oxide synthase after hippocampal injury in rats. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 12: 1156-1159.
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  19. Safari, M., R. Ghorbani, M. Emami, B. Yousefi and L. Ghahari, 2008. Effect of PDGF and GH on the epithelial cells. Komesh, 9: 229-237.
  20. Safari, M., L. Ghahari, A. Khoshvaghti and E. Nasiri, 2008. Ulcer repair by spray of epithelial stem cells. J. Iran. Anatomical Sci., 6: 376-386.
  21. Safari, M., A. Mashreghi, L. Ghahari, A. Koshvaghti and A.A. Taherian et al., 2008. Comparison Iuotophoresis of dexamethason with drug therapy on 60 patients of carpal tunnel syndrome. J. Army Univ. Med. Sci., 6: 41-47.
  22. Akhavan, M.M., M.E. Abarghoie, M. Safari, B.S. Moghadam, A.A. Vafaie, A.R. Bandegi and A. Rashidy-Pour, 2008. Serotonergic and noradrenergic lesions suppress the enhancing effect of maternal exercise during pregnancy on learning and memory in rat pups. Neuroscience, 151: 1173-1183.
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  23. Akhavan, M.M., M. Emami, B.S. Moghadam, M. Safari, N. Yousefi and A. Rashidy-Pour, 2008. Hippocampal angiotensin II receptors play an important role in mediating the effect of voluntary exercise on learning and memory in rat. Brain Res., 1232: 132-138.
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  24. Safari, M., M. Tabrizi, M. Aldaghi, S. Haghighi, B. Yousefi and A.A. Taherian, 2007. A rare variation in abdominal aorta. Komesh, 8: 269-272.
  25. Ghahari, L., M.S. Nejad, N.M. Moghadam, M. Dadpey and M. Safari, 2007. Comparison between cyclosporine and cyclosporine plus vit a on the sertoli cells in rats. J. Artesh Univ. Med. Sci., 4: 999-1003.
  26. Katebi, M., M. Mehdizadeh, M. Soleimani, M. Safari and M.A. Atlasi, 2006. A stage related study of cytotoxic effect of Daunorubic on seminiferous epithelium in rats. Ann. Iranian Med., 3: 157-161.
  27. Tabrizi, M., A.A. Taherian, H. Sameni, M. Safari, M. Aldaghi and S. Haghighi, 2005. Neurogenic shifting of raphe nucleus in rats embryo. Komesh, 6: 159-166.
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  28. Ghahari, L., M.S. Nejad, A. Moradi, N.M. Moghadam, M. Dadpey and M. Safari, 2004. The histopathological effect of sulfur mustard on the parenchyma of rat testis. J. Artesh Univ. Med. Sci., 3: 371-375.
  29. Soleimani, M., M. Katebi, M. Safari, H. Rasouli, M. Mehdizadeh and H. Soleimani, 2003. To study evaluating of the effect of uniform electro magnetic field on cerebral development of rats. J. Iran. Anatomical Sci., 1: 53-59.
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  30. Yousefi, B., M. Tabrizi, A.A. Taherian, M. Safari, H.R. Sameni, M. Aldaghi and S. Haghighi, 2002. Inside evaluation of anatomical science department in semnan university of medical science. Komesh, 3: 19-28.
  31. Safari, M., B. Nasrollahzadel and M. Shamshiri, 2000. The investigation of skin graft by Epithelial cell culture. Komesh, 1: 35-41.