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We value your privacy. Mona Escort's research while affiliated with Urmia University and other places Overview. Publications 4. Apr Yarrow Achillea millefolium L. This plant contains a large amount of bio-active compounds that are contributed to a wide range of medicinal prope This plant contains a large amount of bioactive compounds that are contributed to a wide range of medicinal proper Effects of safranal, a constituent of saffron, and vitamin E on nerve function and histopathology following crush injury of sciatic nerve in rats.
Dec Safranal is one of the major components of saffron and has many biological effects such as antioxidant property. The present study investigated the effects of safranal on sciatic nerve function after induction of crush injury. We also used of vitamin E as a reference potent antioxidant agent.
In anesthetized rats, right sciatic nerve was crushed us Aug Vitamin B12 has many biological functions including antinociceptive property. This study was designed to investigate the effects of local peripheral into upper lip and systemic injection of vitamin B12 and diclofenac on the orofacial pain. The aqueous extract of Achillea millefolium contains flavonoid and phenolic compounds and has been shown to reduce genotoxic effects of CP manifested by an increase in the testis and epididymis weight, sperm count, serum testosterone levels and testicular antioxidant capacity .
However, controversial toxic effects of this plant on the reproductive system and spermatogenesis have been also reported in other studies . Reference: The mechanisms of cyclophosphamide-induced testicular toxicity and the protective agents. Citing article. Milad Moloudizargari. Local, peripheral and IP injections of vitamin B12 have attenuated formalin-induced orofacial pain. Reference: Effects of intracerebroventricular injection of vitamin B12 on formalin-induced muscle pain in rats: Role of cyclooxygenase pathway and opioid receptors.