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July-September 2018| Vol 6| Issue 3

Review Article

Extracellular matrix remodeling in human disease

The extracellular matrix (ECM) is a meshwork of proteins and carbohydrates that supports many biological structures and processes, from tissue development and elasticity to preserve the structures of ...


Original Article

Salivary sheaths of the Asian citrus psyllid show signs of degradation 3–4 weeks following their deposition into citrus leaves by the feeding psyllids

Background: Salivary sheaths, also known as stylet sheaths or stylet tracks, are essential features of the piercing-sucking feeding mechanism of plant-feeding hemipteran insects, many of which ...


Original Article

Ameliorative influence of ajwa dates on ochratoxin A-induced testis toxicity

Ajwa dates (Phoenix dactylifera), cultivated particularly in Al-Madina Al-Monawarh in Saudi Arabia, and considered as a rich source of natural antioxidants such as anthocyanins, carotenoids and...


Original Article

More than an association: Latent toxoplasmosis might provoke a local oxidative stress that triggers the development of bipolar disorder

Introduction: Toxoplasma gondii, a common parasitic infection, has a special affinity to the brain. It has a lifelong existence without an apparent clinical disease. While the etiology o...


Original Article

Assessment of the possibility of identification of black toners on printouts in lexmark printers using SEM method

Background: Document examiners are frequently asked to determine whether or not a printout has originated from a particular laser printer. The printer can rarely be identified unless some uniqu...


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Journal of Microscopy and Ultrastructure, a publication of Saudi Society of Microscopes, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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