Volume 17 (2020)
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. Evaluation of Exhausted Regulatory T Cells in Preeclampsia

Nahid Daraei; Mehri Ghafourian; Ata Ghadiri; Afshin Amari; Mahin Najafian; Saber Rokhafrooz

Volume 16, Issue 2 , Spring 2019, , Pages 163-169

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/iji.2019.80259

Abstract
  Background: The development of a maternal immune response to fetal antigens and deficiency in regulatory T-cells (Tregs) may lead to preeclampsia. A plausible explanation for the reduced Treg cell function in women with preeclampsia is the presence of exhausted Treg cells which express CD279 or programmed ...  Read More

2. Assessment of T helper 17-associated cytokines in third trimester of pregnancy

Tahereh Poordast; Fateme Sadat Najib; Rasoul Baharlou; Atena Bijani; Shaghayegh Moradi Alamdarloo; Alieh Poordast

Volume 14, Issue 2 , Spring 2017, , Pages 172-179

Abstract
  Background: Preeclampsia is a common pregnancy-specific disorder associated with significant maternal and fetal morbidity and mortality worldwide. It has been proposed that the imbalance between two CD4+ T cell subtypes, regulatory T cells (Treg) and T-helper 17 cells (Th17), is involved in the pathophysiology ...  Read More

3. Differences in the Expression of TLRs and Inflammatory Cytokines in Pre-Eclamptic Compared with Healthy Pregnant Women

Feryal Dabagh-Gorjani; Fahimeh Anvari; Jaleh Zolghadri; Eskandar KamaliSarvestani; Behrouz Gharesi-Fard

Volume 11, Issue 4 , Autumn 2014, , Pages 233-245

Abstract
  Background: Preeclampsia (PE) is one of the most complex and life-threatening pregnancy disorders and is considered as a major cause of mortality among mothers and fetuses worldwide. Although the exact etiology of PE is not well known several lines of evidence support an immunological etiology for PE. ...  Read More

4. Serum Cytokines Profiles in Iranian Patients with Preeclampsia

Reza Mansouri; Firoozeh Akbari; Mohammad Vodjgani; Fereidoun Mahboudi; Fathollah Kalantar; Mahroo Mirahmadian

Volume 4, Issue 3 , Autumn 2007, , Pages 179-185

Abstract
  Background: Preeclampsia is a major cause of mortality and morbidity and is also a leading cause of preterm birth and intrauterine growth retardation. Several studies have reported abnormal levels of cytokines in women with preeclampsia. Objectives: To detect serum levels of various cytokines in pregnant ...  Read More

5. Maternal Serum Levels of Transforming Growth Factor ß1 (TGF-ß1) in Normal and Preeclamptic Pregnancies

Maryam Ayatollahi; Alamtaj Samsami Dehaghani; Ziaedin Tabei

Volume 2, Issue 1 , Winter 2005, , Pages 50-55

Abstract
  Background: Successful pregnancy in allopregnant women depends upon the control of graft rejection mechanisms. It has been suggested that some immunosuppressive cytokines contribute to successful pregnancy and transplantation. Transforming growth factor beta (TGF-   β) exhibits potent immunoregulatory ...  Read More