Volume 16 (2019)
Volume 15 (2018)
Volume 14 (2017)
Volume 13 (2016)
Volume 12 (2015)
Volume 11 (2014)
Volume 10 (2013)
Volume 9 (2012)
Volume 8 (2011)
Volume 7 (2010)
Volume 6 (2009)
Volume 5 (2008)
Volume 4 (2007)
Volume 3 (2006)
Volume 2 (2005)
Volume 1 (2004)
1. Designing and Expression of Recombinant Chimeric Protein Containing CtxB and OmpW from Vibrio Cholerae and Evaluation of Its Immunogenicity

Atina Vakili; Seyed Latif Mousavi Gargari; Shahram Nazarian; Jafar Amani

Volume 15, Issue 3 , Summer 2018, , Pages 207-220

Abstract
  Background: Cholera disease caused by Vibrio cholerae remains a major cause of morbidity and mortality throughout the world. Various strategies with different proteins as immunogens have been tried for vaccine development, none of which have been sufficiently effective to preclude cholera. Chimeric proteins, ...  Read More

2. Production of Chicken Egg Yolk Antibody (IgY) Against Recombinant Cholera Toxin B Subunit and Evaluation of Its Prophylaxis Potency in Mice

Babak Barati; Firouz Ebrahimi; Shahram Nazarian

Volume 15, Issue 1 , Winter 2018, , Pages 47-58

Abstract
  Background: Cholera toxin (CT), responsible for the harmful effects of cholera infection, is made up of one A subunit (enzymatic), and five B subunits (cell binding). The release of cholera toxin is the main reason for the debilitating loss of intestinal fluid. Inhibition of the B subunit (CTB) may block ...  Read More

3. Immunogenicity of a New Recombinant IpaC from Shigella dysenteriae Type I in Guinea Pig as a Vaccine Candidate

Fatemeh Malaei; Mahdi Hesaraki; Mojtaba Saadati; Ali Mohammad Ahdi; Mohammad Sadraeian; Hussein Honari; Shahram Nazarian

Volume 10, Issue 2 , Spring 2013, , Pages 110-117

Abstract
  Background: Recombinant vaccine technology is one of the most developed means in controlling infectious diseases. However, an effective vaccine against Shigella is still missing. Objective: To evaluate recombinant IpaC protein of Shigella as a vaccine candidate. Methods: In this study we cloned IpaC ...  Read More