nanomedicine
In-vitro investigation of curcumin coated gold nanoparticles effect on human colorectal adenocarcinoma cell line

Abolfazl Akbari; Zahra Shokati Eshkiki; Sara Mayahi; Seyed Mohammad Amini

Volume 7, Issue 1 , January 2022, , Pages 66-72

https://doi.org/10.22034/nmrj.2022.01.006

Abstract
  Curcumin is a herbal supplement that has been mentioned for many biomedical applications. Several pieces of research demonstrated that curcumin could improve cancer chemotherapy, lagging the metastasis progress, and prevent healthy cells from radiation therapy damage. Through a simple and green synthesis ...  Read More

An overview of antimicrobial efficacy of curcumin-silver nanoparticles

Elham Mohammadi; Seyed Meysam Amini; Seyed Hossein Mostafavi; Seyed Mohammad Amini

Volume 6, Issue 2 , April 2021, , Pages 105-111

https://doi.org/10.22034/nmrj.2021.02.002

Abstract
  With emerging drug resistance microorganism, the search for a new biocidal agent has begun. The silver nanoparticle is a synthetic material with potent antimicrobial activity that applies to a diverse library of microorganisms. But toxicity and safety concerns of chemically prepared silver nanoparticles ...  Read More

Cytotoxic effects investigation of nanomicelle and free curcuminoids against cancer and normal cells

Elham Zendedel; Fatemeh Gheybi; Jamshidkhan Chamani; Mahmoud Reza Jaafari

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2019, , Pages 63-68

https://doi.org/10.22034/nmrj.2019.02.002

Abstract
  Abstract Curcumin, which is derived from the turmeric rhizomes (curcuma longa) as a natural polyphenol, is a substantially lipophilic molecule. This commonly used substance is employed as a spice and coloring agent in food and contains potent antioxidant, as well as anti-inflammatory, and anti-proliferative ...  Read More

Drug-loaded electrospun nanofibrous sheets as barriers against postsurgical adhesions in mice model

Safieh Boroumand; Sara Hosseini; Mohhamad Salehi; Reza Faridi Majidi

Volume 2, Issue 1 , February 2017, , Pages 64-72

https://doi.org/10.22034/nmrj.2017.23780

Abstract
  Objectives: Postsurgical adhesion is one of the common complications after surgery. Some anti-adhesion barriers are commercially available which are not customary used by physicians as much as expected because of ineffectiveness. Recently, nanofibers have been introduced as anti-adhesion barriers with ...  Read More

Drug-loaded electrospun nanofibrous sheets as barriers against postsurgical adhesions in mice model