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January-March 2023| Vol 11| Issue 1

Original Article

Can intranasal administration of adipose-derived stem cells reach and affect the histological structure of distant organs of aged wistar rat?

Introduction: Stem cell therapy is a highly promising strategy in various degenerative diseases. Intranasal administration of stem cells could be considered as a non-invasive treatment option...


Original Article

A comparison of proliferative capacity of reticular and erosive variants of oral lichen planus by argyrophilic nucleolar organizer regions method

Background: Oral lichen planus (OLP), an immune mediated disorder, has been recognized since 1869 and is presented as any one of the six variants. Reticular and erosive are the most frequentl...


Original Article

Development of the hair cells of the human cochlea: A scanning electron microscopic study

Introduction: In the mammalian auditory system, the cochlea is the first to attain structural and functional maturity. Although ultrastructural details of the developing cochlea of lower anim...


Original Article

Does omeprazole, the proton-pump inhibitor, affects the structure of the kidney of male albino rats? Histological and laboratory study

Introduction: This study was done to assess the injurious effects of omeprazole by an in vivo experimental study on rat kidneys. Materials and Methods: Forty-two adult male albi...


Original Article

Pioglitazone induces dysplastic urothelial changes in urinary bladder of experimental diabetes

Objectives: Pioglitazone (PIO) is a widely prescribed oral antidiabetic drug that has concerns regarding a potential risk of developing carcinoma of the urinary bladder. The objective of the ...


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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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