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The Iranian Biomedical Journal (IBJ) is an international quarterly publication of Pasteur Institute of Iran. IBJ is a research and fully peer-reviewed journal and predominantly devoted to reporting original contributions from all areas of the basic sciences and biomedical researches. The Journal has a broad geographic coverage in the country, Middle East regions, Africa, Europe, Australia and USA and provides information for researchers, educators, students and those in the health professions.

IBJ is indexing in:

PubMed/MEDLINE, Institute for Scientific Information (ISI), PubMed Central (PMC), Index Medicus, CINAHL, BIOBASE, Scopus, Google Scholar, Chemical Abstracts, Index Copernicus, CAB Abstracts, Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, CINAHL Plus, EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, VCU Library, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), Index Medicus for the WHO Eastern Mediteranean Region (IMEMR), Islamic World ience Islamic World Science Citation Database (ISC)


Latest articles published: Volume 18, Number 4 (2014)

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iconMS14 Down-regulates Lipocalin2 Expression in Spinal Cord Tissue in an Animal Model of Multiple Sclerosis in female C57BL/6 icon

iconEffects of Coenzyme Q10 on the ratio of TH1/TH2 in Experimental Autoimmune Encephalomyelitis Model of Multiple Sclerosis in C57BL/6 icon

iconAntibiotic Resistance Pattern of Different Escherichia coli Phylogenetic Groups Isolated from Human Urinary Tract Infection and Avian Colibacillosis icon

iconTraumatic Brain Injury Has Not Prominent Effects on Cardiopulmonary Indices of Rat after 24 Hours: Hemodynamic, Histopathology, and Biochemical Evidence icon

iconCandesartan Attenuates Ischemic Brain Edema and Protects the Blood–Brain Barrier Integrity from Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury in Rats icon

iconEffect of Combination Therapy Using Hypothermia and Granulocyte Colony-Stimulating Factor in a Rat Transient Middle Cerebral Artery Occlusion Model icon

iconA 40-bp Insertion/Deletion Polymorphism of Murine Double Minute2 (MDM2) Increased the Risk of Breast Cancer in Zahedan, Southeast Iran icon