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1. Ancient DNA from Human and Animal
Volume 19, Issue 1 , Spring 2008

Abstract
  Research on ancient DNA (aDNA) has the potential to enable molecular biologists and archeologists to decipher certain aspects of history by direct looking into the past. However, several major problems in this field limit the applicability of aDNA studies, most importantly contamination with modern DNA ...  Read More

3. Lack of Association between Promoter Gene Polymorphism (-318 C/T) and Multiple
Volume 19, Issue 1 , Spring 2008

Abstract
  Multiple sclerosis (MS), a chronic inflammatory demyelinating disease of the central nervous system is believed to have a T cell-mediated autoimmune etiology. The cytotoxic T lymphocyte antigen 4 (CTLA-4) gene is a strong candidate for the involvement in autoimmune diseases. To examine the genetic association ...  Read More

5. A Novel Efficient Method for Extraction and Purification of Recombinant Phenylalanine Dehydrogenase
Volume 19, Issue 1 , Spring 2008

Abstract
  Growing applications of phenylalanine dehydrogenase (PheDH) enzyme in the medical and pharmaceutical industries encourages researchers to seek simple, fast and economical alternative purification methods. With goal of finding a new technique, the extraction and purification of recombinant Bacillus badius ...  Read More

6. A Contribution to the Genesis of Analcite after Leucite in Potassic Volcanic Rocks of the Nadik Area, Kerman, Iran
Volume 19, Issue 1 , Spring 2008

Abstract
  The origin of analcite-bearing lavas and potassic volcanic rocks is controversial in the geological record. Two main hypotheses are either primary analcite or replacement pseudomorphous of leucite. Spectacular large (5 cm) euhedral trapezohedra occur as single crystals of analcite in tephriphonolite ...  Read More

7. Podiform Chromitites in the Sorkhband Ultramafic Complex, Southern Iran: Evidence for
Volume 19, Issue 1 , Spring 2008

Abstract
  The podiform chromitite deposits of the Ordovician Sorkhband ultramafic complex, southwestern Makran, are the largest chromitite deposits in Iran. The Sorkhband ultramafic complex comprises of a northern part of dunite, podiform chromitite, olivine clinopyroxenite, wehrlite and olivine websterite and ...  Read More