Sara Mostafalou
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Pesticides and human chronic diseases: evidences, mechanisms, and perspectives
S Mostafalou, M Abdollahi
Toxicology and applied pharmacology 268 (2), 157-177, 2013
Pesticides: an update of human exposure and toxicity
S Mostafalou, M Abdollahi
Archives of toxicology 91 (2), 549-599, 2017
Oxidative stress and cholinesterase inhibition in saliva and plasma of rats following subchronic exposure to malathion
M Abdollahi, S Mostafalou, S Pournourmohammadi, S Shadnia
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology …, 2004
Review of endocrine disorders associated with environmental toxicants and possible involved mechanisms
F Maqbool, S Mostafalou, H Bahadar, M Abdollahi
Life sciences 145, 265-273, 2016
Current understandings and perspectives on non-cancer health effects of benzene: a global concern
H Bahadar, S Mostafalou, M Abdollahi
Toxicology and applied pharmacology 276 (2), 83-94, 2014
Total antioxidant capacity and levels of epidermal growth factor and nitric oxide in blood and saliva of insulin-dependent diabetic patients
F Astaneie, M Afshari, A Mojtahedi, S Mostafalou, MJ Zamani, B Larijani, ...
Archives of medical research 36 (4), 376-381, 2005
Concerns of Environmental Persistence of Pesticides and Human Chronic Diseases.
S Mostafalou
Clin Exp Pharmacol 12, 38-49, 2012
Biochemical evidence on the potential role of organophosphates in hepatic glucose metabolism toward insulin resistance through inflammatory signaling and free radical pathways
S Mostafalou, MA Eghbal, A Nili-Ahmadabadi, M Baeeri, M Abdollahi
Toxicology and Industrial Health, 2011
Different biokinetics of nanomedicines linking to their toxicity; an overview
S Mostafalou, H Mohammadi, A Ramazani, M Abdollahi
Daru journal of pharmaceutical sciences 21 (1), 1-4, 2013
The link of organophosphorus pesticides with neurodegenerative and neurodevelopmental diseases based on evidence and mechanisms
S Mostafalou, M Abdollahi
Toxicology 409, 44-52, 2018
Protective effect of NAC against malathion-induced oxidative stress in freshly isolated rat hepatocytes
S Mostafalou, M Abdollahi, MA Eghbal, NS Kouzehkonani
Advanced Pharmaceutical Bulletin 2, 2012
Growing burden of diabetes in Pakistan and the possible role of arsenic and pesticides
H Bahadar, S Mostafalou, M Abdollahi
Journal of Diabetes & Metabolic Disorders 13 (1), 1-8, 2014
Ineffectiveness of allopurinol in reduction of oxidative stress in diabetic patients; a randomized, double-blind placebo-controlled clinical trial
M Afshari, B Larijani, A Rezaie, A Mojtahedi, MJ Zamani, ...
Biomedicine & pharmacotherapy 58 (10), 546-550, 2004
Protective effects of methylsulfonylmethane on hemodynamics and oxidative stress in monocrotaline-induced pulmonary hypertensive rats
S Mohammadi, M Najafi, H Hamzeiy, N Maleki-Dizaji, M Pezeshkian, ...
Advances in pharmacological sciences 2012, 2012
Oxidative stress in aging
M Abdollahi, MY Moridani, OI Aruoma, S Mostafalou
Oxidative Medicine & Cellular Longevity 2014, 876834, 2014
Molecular mechanisms involved in lead induced disruption of hepatic and pancreatic glucose metabolism
S Mostafalou, M Baeeri, H Bahadar, M Soltany-Rezaee-Rad, M Gholami, ...
Environmental toxicology and pharmacology 39 (1), 16-26, 2015
Environmental and population studies concerning exposure to pesticides in Iran: a comprehensive review
S Mostafalou, S Karami-Mohajeri, M Abdollahi
Iranian Red Crescent Medical Journal 15 (12), 2013
The Role of Environmental Pollution of Pesticides in Human Diabetes
S Mostafalou, M Abdollahi
International Journal of Pharmacology 8, 139-140, 2012
On the biochemical and molecular mechanisms by which malathion induces dysfunction in pancreatic islets in vivo and in vitro
A Nili-Ahmadabadi, N Pourkhalili, S Fouladdel, M Pakzad, S Mostafalou, ...
Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 106 (1-2), 51-60, 2013
Current concerns on genotoxicity of pesticides
S Mostafalou, M Abdollahi
International Journal of Pharmacology 8 (6), 473-474, 2012
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