Mohammad Taghi Joghataei Department of Neuroscience Faculty of Advanced Technologies in Medicine, Iran University of Medical Sciences, Iran
2 protocols

Amir Hassan Zarnani mmunology, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran, 2017-0;Reproductive Immunology Research Center, Avicenna Research Institute, Iran, 2004-2017
1 protocol

Kazem Mousavizadeh Department of Molecular Medicine, Faculty of Advanced Technologies, Iran University of Medical Sciences, 2012-0
1 protocol

Somaieh Kazemnejad Tissue Engineering department, Avicenna Research Institute, Tehran, 2008-0
1 protocol
Alessandro Didonna East Carolina University
80 protocols

Divya Murthy Baylor College Medicine
2 protocols

Sourav Patnaik University of Texas at Dallas
4 protocols

Xiaoyi Zheng BriaCell Therapeutics
28 protocols

Fereshteh Azedi
  • Faculty, Department of Neuroscience, Faculty of Advanced Technologies in Medicine, Iran University of Medical Sciences
Research focus
  • Neuroscience, Stroke, Translational Research, Animal modeling, Stem cell therapy, Neural differentiation, Mesenchymal stem cell
  • 2 Author merit


Ph.D in Neuroscience, Iran University of Medical Sciences

1. Azedi, F., Mehrpour, M., Kazemnejad, S., Mousavizadeh, K., Zarnani, AH., Joghataei, MT.Intra-arterial Drug Delivery to the Ischemic Brain in Rat Middle Cerebral Artery Occlusion Model. Bio-protocol. DOI:10.21769/BioProtoc.3438.

2. Azedi, F., Mehrpour, M., Talebi, S., Zendedel, A., Kazemnejad, S., Mousavizadeh, K., Beyer, C., Zarnani, AH., Joghataei, MT. Melatonin Regulates Neuroinflammation Ischemic Stroke Damage through Interactions with Microglia in Reperfusion phase. Brain Research. 2019.

3. Tavakol, Sh., Hoveizi, E., Tavakol, B., Azedi, F., Ebrahimi Barough, S., Keyhanvar, P., Joghataei, MT. Small molecule of sphingosine as a rescue of dopaminergic cells; A cell therapy approach in neurodegenerative diseases therapeutics. Journal of Cellular Physiology, DOI: 10.1002/jcp.27774

4. Azedi, F., Kazemnejad, S., Zarnani, A. H., Soleimani, M., Shojaei, A. and Arasteh, S. (2017). Comparative capability of menstrual blood versus bone marrow derived stem cells in neural differentiation. Mol Biol Rep 44(1): 169-182.

5. Azedi, F., Joghataei, M. T., Mousavizadeh, K. and Mehrpour, M. (2017). Novel methods for intra-arterial injection of stem cells to the ischemic brain: A neurosurgical approach. Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism p: 330-331.

6. Azedi, F., Joghataie, M. T., Mousavizadeh, K., Zarnani, A. H. and Kazemnejad, S. (2016). Derivation of functional neural like cells from human menstrual blood stem cells. 3rd Iranian congress on progress in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.

7. Azedi, F., Joghataie, M. T., Mousavizadeh, K., Zarnani, A. H. and Kazemnejad, S. (2016). Safety and efficacy of intra-arterial delivery of melatonin with menstrual blood stem cells in a rodent ischemic stroke model. 10th World Stroke Congress.

8. Azedi, F., Joghataie, A. H., Taghi, M., Zarnani, Mousavizadeh, K., Kazemnejad, S. and Mehrpour, M. (2015). Reasons of contradictory outcomes in functional and structural recovery after stem cell transplantation in stroke. The 2th Iranian congress on progress in tissue engineering and regenerative.

9. Joghataei, M. T., Mousavizadeh, K. and Azedi, F. (2015). Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Spinal Cord Trauma. The Neuroscience Journal of Shefaye Khatam 2(4): 14-14.

10. Azedi, F., Kazemnejad, S., Zarnani, A. H., Behzadi, G., Vasei, M., Khanmohammadi, M., Khanjani, S., Edalatkhah, H. and Lakpour, N. (2014). Differentiation potential of menstrual blood- versus bone marrow-stem cells into glial-like cells. Cell Biol Int 38(5): 615-624.

11. Azedi, F., Kazemnejad, S., Behzadi, G., Zarnani, A. H., Akhondi, M. M. and Talebi, S. (2012). Evaluation of Developed Neurospheres from Human Menstrual Blood- versus Bone Marrow- Derived Stem Cells. 3rd International Conference on Stem Cells and Cancer.

12. Ardakani, Z. B., Momeniha, M. Z., Azedi, F., Kamali, K. and Akhondi, M. M. (2011). Specialists' Attitude toward Appropriate Number of Transferable Embryos in Assisted Reproductive Technology in Iran. J Reprod Infertil 12(4): 289-294.
2 Protocols published
Intra-arterial Drug Delivery to the Ischemic Brain in Rat Middle Cerebral Artery Occlusion Model
Rat transient middle cerebral artery occlusion (tMCAO) model is one of the most commonly used animal models in ischemic stroke studies. In the model, increasing safety and efficacy of therapeutic agent administration, such as stem cells and drugs ...
Human Endometrial Stem Cell Isolation from Endometrium and Menstrual Blood
Authors:  Shima Tavakol, Freshteh Azedi, Elham Hoveizi, Jafar Ai and Mohammad Taghi Joghataei, date: 01/20/2018, view: 9100, Q&A: 1
Human endometrial stem cell/stromal cells (hEnSCs) are isolated from endometrium or menstrual blood and are recognized as a valuable cell type in tissue engineering and cell therapy. Furthermore, hEnSCs, which have CD90 (a mesenchymal marker), CD105 ...
6 Protocols reviewed
Combination of Sterile Injury and Microbial Contamination to Model Post-surgical Peritoneal Adhesions in Mice
Authors:  Julia Bayer, Deborah Stroka, Paul Kubes, Daniel Candinas and Joel Zindel, date: 08/20/2022, view: 1245, Q&A: 0

Abdominal surgeries are frequently associated with the development of post-surgical adhesions. These are irreversible fibrotic scar bands that appear between abdominal organs and the abdominal wall. Patients suffering from adhesions are at risk of

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High-throughput 3D Spheroid Formation and Effective Cardiomyocyte Differentiation from Human iPS Cells Using the Microfabric Vessels EZSPHERETM
Authors:  Tatsuaki Miwa, Alimjan Idiris and Hiromichi Kumagai, date: 11/05/2021, view: 1767, Q&A: 0

High-throughput 3D spheroid formation from human induced pluripotent stem cells (hiPSCs) can be easily performed using the unique microfabric vessels EZSPHERE, resulting in effective and large scale generation of differentiated cells such as

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