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    Identification of a group 16SrIX ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma phoenicium’ phytoplasma associated with sweet orange exhibiting decline symptoms in Iran

    Abbasi, Ali, Hasanzadeh, Nader, Zamharir, Maryam, Tohidfar, Masoud
    Australasian Plant Disease Notes, 2019, Vol.14(1), pp.1-4 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Identification of a group 16SrIX ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma phoenicium’ phytoplasma associated with sweet orange exhibiting decline symptoms in Iran
    Auteur: Abbasi, Ali; Hasanzadeh, Nader; Zamharir, Maryam; Tohidfar, Masoud
    Sujet: Iran ; Phytoplasma ; Yellows ; Decline ; Sweet orange
    Description: During a survey in an orange ( Citrus sinensis ) garden in the south of the Kerman province of Iran, some trees were observed showing symptoms of yellowing and decline. Nested PCR analysis using phytoplasma universal primers identified symptomatic samples as phytoplasma-positive, whereas the symptomless samples gave no PCR products. Sequence similarity and phylogenetic studies using 16S rRNA gene sequences demonstrated that the sweet orange decline associated phytoplasma belongs to the 16SrIX ‘ Candidatus Phytoplasma phoenicium’ group. To the best of the authors’ knowledge this is the first report of association of a phytoplasma belonging to the ‘ Candidatus Phytoplasma phoenicium’ group with decline symptoms in sweet orange in Iran.
    Fait partie de: Australasian Plant Disease Notes, 2019, Vol.14(1), pp.1-4
    Identifiant: 1833-928X (E-ISSN); 10.1007/s13314-019-0342-9 (DOI)

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    Using Porcine Cadavers as an Alternative to Human Cadavers for Teaching Minimally Invasive Spinal Fusion: Proof of Concept and Anatomical Comparison

    Abbasi, Hamid, Abbasi, Ali
    Cureus, 14 November 2019, Vol.11(11), pp.e6158 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Using Porcine Cadavers as an Alternative to Human Cadavers for Teaching Minimally Invasive Spinal Fusion: Proof of Concept and Anatomical Comparison
    Auteur: Abbasi, Hamid; Abbasi, Ali
    Sujet: Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery ; Mis Surgery ; Spinal Fusion ; Surgical Training Alternatives
    Description: Training surgeons to perform minimally invasive spinal (MIS) surgery is difficult because there are few realistic alternatives to human cadavers which are expensive and require special handling. In this study we report a protocol for performing an MIS training course on a fresh porcine cadaver. We find that the porcine lumbar spine closely resembles the human spine in terms of the vertebral and discal anatomy. Notable differences include a lower disc height and shallower diameter. We obtained fresh porcine cadavers weighing 40-70 kg from local farmers that had been gutted and bled. We position the cadaver prone on a backboard and set up the operating room with biplanar fluoroscopy. During approach and cage insertion, we found that the tactile feedback obtained is realistic and allows surgeons to familiarize themselves with the procedure. Porcine cadavers were also an excellent tool for practicing pedicle screw fixation due to the larger pedicles. Five training courses involving eight surgeons...
    Fait partie de: Cureus, 14 November 2019, Vol.11(11), pp.e6158
    Identifiant: 2168-8184 (ISSN); 31777701 Version (PMID); 10.7759/cureus.6158 (DOI)

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    Profiling of 17 Y-STR loci in Mazandaran and Gilan provinces of Iran

    Sayyari, Minoo, Salehzadeh, Ali, Tabatabaiefar, Mohamad Amin, Abbasi, Ali
    Turkish journal of medical sciences, 24 October 2019, Vol.49(5), pp.1277-1286 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Profiling of 17 Y-STR loci in Mazandaran and Gilan provinces of Iran
    Auteur: Sayyari, Minoo; Salehzadeh, Ali; Tabatabaiefar, Mohamad Amin; Abbasi, Ali
    Sujet: Dys385b ; Dys391 ; Haplotype Diversity ; Y-Chromosome
    Description: TheY-chromosome mainly consists of heterochromatin regions that have a father-to-son inheritance. Short tandem repeat polymorphic (STRP) markers distributed all over the chromosome provide the opportunity for investigations in forensic medicine and ancestral lineage studies. Due to the existence of wide varieties of geographical and ethnic groups in Iran, studying Y-STRP markers is necessary for further applications. Here we investigated the provinces of Mazandaran and Gilan for the first time. Samples included 119 and 90 unrelated males from Mazandaran and Gilan, respectively. Using a PCR amplification kit, 17 Y-STRP markers were amplified and genotyping was conducted by capillary electrophoresis. Allele frequency, haplotype diversity (HD), and haplotype discrimination capacity (DC) were calculated. The populations were compared together and to neighboring countries including Afghanistan and Azerbaijan by FST index. A total of 204 unique haplotypes were observed. No uniqueness was observed between the two provinces. HD was 0.9993 and 0.9998 in Mazandaran and Gilan, respectively. DC was 0.9666 and 0.9888 for Mazandaran and Gilan, respectively. DYS385b and DYS391 had the most and least polymorphic content in both provinces, respectively. There was not a significant difference between these two provinces (FST = 0.0006 and P = 0.00) and neighboring countries. The results highlight the effectiveness of these Y-STRP markers for male discrimination in the north of Iran. Using additional markers along with extended sample size would provide a better opportunity for removing matched haplotypes and introducing the best polymorphic markers in this specific population.
    Fait partie de: Turkish journal of medical sciences, 24 October 2019, Vol.49(5), pp.1277-1286
    Identifiant: 1303-6165 (E-ISSN); 30893979 Version (PMID); 10.3906/sag-1808-179 (DOI)

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    The Influence of Dimethyl Sulfoxide as Electrolyte Additive on Anodic Dissolution of Alkaline Zinc-Air Flow Battery

    Hosseini, Soraya, Abbasi, Ali, Uginet, Luc-Olivier, Haustraete, Nicolas, Praserthdam, Supareak, Yonezawa, Tetsu, Kheawhom, Soorathep
    Scientific reports, 18 October 2019, Vol.9(1), pp.14958 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    The effects of multimedia education on postoperative delirium in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass graft: A randomized clinical trial

    Fahimi, Kosar, Abbasi, Ali, Zahedi, Mahdi, Amanpour, Farzaneh, Ebrahimi, Hossein
    Nursing in critical care, 18 September 2019 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: The effects of multimedia education on postoperative delirium in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass graft: A randomized clinical trial
    Auteur: Fahimi, Kosar; Abbasi, Ali; Zahedi, Mahdi; Amanpour, Farzaneh; Ebrahimi, Hossein
    Sujet: Coronary Artery Bypass Graft ; Delirium ; Intensive Care Unit ; Multimedia ; Patient Education ; Postoperative Care ; Preoperative Education
    Description: Patients undergoing cardiac surgeries are at high risk of developing delirium. The present study aimed to determine the effects of multimedia education on postoperative delirium in patients undergoing a coronary artery bypass graft. This study was a randomized clinical trial. In this study, 110 patients undergoing a coronary artery bypass graft were assigned to two groups, control and intervention. Patients in the intervention group received multimedia education, and those in the control group received routine training. The inclusion criteria were experiencing the coronary artery bypass graft for the first time and non-development of post-operative cardiogenic shock or myocardial rupture. After measuring the level of consciousness, patients were examined in terms of delirium using the confusion assessment method for the ICU scale twice a day from admission to discharge from the ICU. The data were statistically analysed using χ test and Fisher's exact test. Patients of both groups were matched in terms of demographics. The highest incidence of delirium was observed on the first day after surgery in the intervention group (14.5%) and in the morning of the second day after surgery (29.1%) in the control group. Moreover, there was a significant difference between the two groups in the incidence of delirium in the morning of the second, third, and fourth days after surgery as it was higher in the control group over these days. Considering the lower incidence of post-operative delirium in patients who experienced multimedia education rather than control group, the use of this non-pharmaceutical method is recommended to prevent delirium in such patients. Delirium is also an acute organic brain syndrome that often leads to complicated conditions after cardiac surgeries. Fortunately, delirium is a preventable issue. The implementation of multimedia education as a non-pharmacological approach had positive effects on patients' delirium.
    Fait partie de: Nursing in critical care, 18 September 2019
    Identifiant: 1478-5153 (E-ISSN); 31532055 Version (PMID); 10.1111/nicc.12473 (DOI)

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    Spatial Distribution Study of Visceral Leishmaniasis in East Azerbaijan Province

    Eslam Moradi-Asl, Simin Khayatzadeh, Abbasi Ali Dorosti, Saber Alizadeh, Javad Porfathi, Amin Ataey
    Taṣvīr-i salāmat, 01 September 2019, Vol.10(2), pp.129-143 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Spatial Distribution Study of Visceral Leishmaniasis in East Azerbaijan Province
    Auteur: Eslam Moradi-Asl; Simin Khayatzadeh; Abbasi Ali Dorosti; Saber Alizadeh; Javad Porfathi; Amin Ataey
    Sujet: Epidemiology ; Eastern Azerbaijan ; Visceral Leishmaniasis ; Climate Change ; Public Health
    Description: Background and Objectives: Visceral leishmaniasis is a zoonotic diseases and is endemic in northwest of Iran and annually 100-300 positive cases are reported. The aim of this study was to determine the spatial distribution of visceral leishmaniasis in East Azerbaijan province. Material and...
    Fait partie de: Taṣvīr-i salāmat, 01 September 2019, Vol.10(2), pp.129-143
    Identifiant: 2008-9058 (ISSN); 2423-6640 (E-ISSN)

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    Effects of Developmental Task Constraints on Kinematic Synergies during Catching in Children with Developmental Delays

    Parvinpour, Shahab, Shafizadeh, Mohsen, Balali, Marzie, Abbasi, Ali, Wheat, Jonathan, Davids, Keith
    Journal of motor behavior, 07 August 2019, pp.1-17 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Effects of Developmental Task Constraints on Kinematic Synergies during Catching in Children with Developmental Delays
    Auteur: Parvinpour, Shahab; Shafizadeh, Mohsen; Balali, Marzie; Abbasi, Ali; Wheat, Jonathan; Davids, Keith
    Sujet: Motor Development ; Emergent Synergetic Pattern ; Fundamental Movement Skills ; Object Control Skills ; Task Interventions
    Description: The aim of this study was to examine effects of a task intervention on kinematic synergies in catching. Participants were young children (5.58 ± 0.52 years) with the lowest scores on two-hand catching, according to assessments with the Test of Gross Motor Development-2 (TGMD-2) and were allocated into two groups. The constraints group took part in an 8-week intervention, whereas the control group experienced a typical physical education. Both groups were assessed with motor development and kinematic coordination measures with a catching task with a ball thrown from 2 m distance. Kinematic variables were recorded using a wireless motion capture system. A principal component analysis (PCA) was used to measure the kinematic synergies formed among active body parts. Two synergies that emerged in catching were mainly utilised for "reaching" and "catching" the ball. The control group tended to re-organise the majority of active body parts into two functional units in all phases, whereas the constraints group adapted their active parts into functional units according to the requirement of the novel movement in the transfer task. The findings of this study suggested that task constraints could facilitate object control by re-organisation of active body parts into functional synergies to achieve successful performance.
    Fait partie de: Journal of motor behavior, 07 August 2019, pp.1-17
    Identifiant: 1940-1027 (E-ISSN); 31389769 Version (PMID); 10.1080/00222895.2019.1649998 (DOI)

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    Poly(2,6-Dimethyl-1,4-Phenylene Oxide)-Based Hydroxide Exchange Separator Membranes for Zinc–Air Battery

    Abbasi, Ali, Hosseini, Soraya, Somwangthanaroj, Anongnat, Mohamad, Ahmad Azmin, Kheawhom, Soorathep
    International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2019, Vol.20(15) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Synergistic effect of a crystal modifier and screw dislocation step defects on the formation mechanism of nickel micro-nanocone.(Report)

    Rahimi, Ehsan, Rafsanjani-Abbasi, Ali, Imani, Amin, Kiani Rashid, Ali Reza, Hosseinpour, Saman, Davoodi, Ali
    Materials Letters, June 15, 2019, Vol.245, p.68 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Nonlinear approach to study the acute effects of static and dynamic stretching on local dynamic stability in lower extremity joint kinematics and muscular activity during pedalling

    Abbasi, Ali, Zamanian, Mehdi, Svoboda, Zdeněk
    Human movement science, 05 June 2019, Vol.66, pp.440-448 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Nonlinear approach to study the acute effects of static and dynamic stretching on local dynamic stability in lower extremity joint kinematics and muscular activity during pedalling
    Auteur: Abbasi, Ali; Zamanian, Mehdi; Svoboda, Zdeněk
    Sujet: Dynamic Stretching ; Largest Lyapunov Exponent ; Local Dynamic Stability ; Pedalling ; Static Stretching
    Description: Researchers have reported contradictory results on the effect of static and dynamic stretching on subsequent performance. Due to the importance of performance through static and dynamic stretching, the aim of this study is to investigate the acute effects of static and dynamic stretching protocols on local dynamic stability in lower extremity joint kinematics and muscular activities during pedalling using a nonlinear dynamics approach. Using a randomised crossover trial design, fifteen active males participated voluntarily in this research (mass: 69.02 ± 10.52 kg, height: 174.00 ± 6.74 cm, and age: 21.20 ± 1.47 years) and completed a pedalling trial in situations of without stretching (WS), after static (SS), and dynamic stretching (DS) of lower extremity. The lower extremity joint angles in the sagittal plane and the electrical activity of soleus, gastrocnemius medialis, tibialis anterior, vastus medialis, biceps femoris, and rectus femoris muscles were collected during 30 pedalling cycles...
    Fait partie de: Human movement science, 05 June 2019, Vol.66, pp.440-448
    Identifiant: 1872-7646 (E-ISSN); 31176255 Version (PMID); 10.1016/j.humov.2019.05.025 (DOI)