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EVIDENCE FOR A NEW AD SYNDROME: REPORT OF A LARGE IRANIAN SIBSHIP WITH SEVERE MULTIPLE SYNOSTOSIS
D.D. Farhud
Iranian Journal of Public Health , 1997,
Abstract: An investigation was carried out on a young unrelated couple, both 29 years old, with two boys and three girls, 3 months to 8 years old. One boy and the mother were healthy, the other four children and the father were affected. The family, originally from the district of Nour, in northern Iran, near the Caspian Sea, was first counseled at the Genetic Clinic in Tehran in 1984. Several trips were made to the location in a period of five years, to examine this large family. The major anomalies in this family were brachyphalangia, elbow joint aplasia (humero - radial synostosis, 110 to 140°C), carpal/tarsal synostosis and talus/calcaneus fusion. All affected individuals present a fixation of the feet in supination position and because of partial synostosis (physis) of calcaneus and talus, walked on lateral side with the external cant of the foot. All deformities were studied by clinical examinations and radiological confirmations, on each affected individual.
Abo and Rh Blood Groups Distribution in Hemophilia and Anti Hiv Positive Individuals
D.D. FARHUD
Iranian Journal of Public Health , 1987,
Abstract: A group of Iranian patients suffering from Factor VIII deficiency (Hemophilia A) and treated with contaminated coagulation factor (imported), became seropositive as determined by ELISA method. Sixty of these individuals, which were available, were studied for ABO distribution. The B blood group in anti HIV pos. individuals (13.33%) shows a significant decrease in comparison with the total (1504) of factor VIII hemophilia (21.87%). Statistical analysis of ABO distribution in anti HIV Pos. compared with hemophilia A and the control group showed x2 values of 6.86(0.10 > p>0.05) and 10.21(0.02> P >0.01) respectively.
C3 POLYMORPHISM IN LYMPHOSARCOMA AND HODGKIN DISEASE
D.D. Farhud
Iranian Journal of Public Health , 1988,
Abstract: The C3 phenotypes were determined by high-voltage agarose gel electrophoreses in German patients suffering from Lymphosarcoma (n=34), Hodgkin (n=59) and a group of other haematological diseases (n=46). Frequencies of C3 SS, SF and FF pho=enotypes were not significantly different from the frequencies found in a control group of 322 healthy Germans. However, high frequency of the FF phenotype in the three patient groups and low F gene frequency in Lymphosarcoma were found.
C3 POLYMORPHISM IN HYPERLIPOPROTEINEMIA (HLP)
D.D. FARHUD
Iranian Journal of Public Health , 1989,
Abstract: C3 typing was performed, by agarose gel electrophorisis, in 147 German patients suffering from hyperlipoproteinemia. The control group consisted of 322 healthy Germans. High frequencies of non-typeable sera, varying between 16.66 and 35.71% in different HLP types, found in the present investigation are notable and are a clue for chemical denaturation of C3 protein in HLP patients. Statistical analysis showed significant results (P.0.001) in all five HLP types, as well as in the total, in comparison with the control group.
BLOOD GROUPS DISTRIBUTION IN IRAN
D.D. Farhud,A. Eftekhari
Iranian Journal of Public Health , 1994,
Abstract: Blood samples (291857) from 24 provinces of Iran were tested for ABO and Rh groups. The Rh complexes as well as Kell, Duffy, Kidd, Lutheran, Kp and Xg blood groups were tested only on a part of the material from Tehran. Results show a great deal of heterogeneity for ABO and Rh groups in various provinces of Iran. The calculated gene frequencies are compared with those of other investigations in Iran and those in Europe.
"INVESTIGATION OF PREVALENCE OF BETA THLASSEMIA IN IRANIAN PROVINCES "
D.D. Farhud,H. Sadighi
Iranian Journal of Public Health , 1997,
Abstract: 14,849 affected cases of beta thalassemia have been registered in 1995 in all provinces of Iran. It is estimated that there are about three million carriers in Iran. The provincial distributions of the affected cases show that the highest incidence in 100 thousand individuals was in Mazandaran (71.29) and Gilan (57.61), respectively, both near the Caspian sea (north), followed by Hormozgan (50.22), Khouzestan (48.79) , Kohkiluyeh & Boyr-Ahmad (48.42), Fars (47 20) (south) and the lowest in the north eastern province , Khorassan (1.23) followed by east and west Azerbaijan (2.21 , 2.91) in the north west of Iran.
HIGH LEVEL OF GST-P mRNA IN ISLAND TYPE OF RAT ASCITES HEPATOMA CELL LINES
M. Saadat,D.D. Farhud
Iranian Journal of Public Health , 1999,
Abstract: Several cell lines (18) of poorly differentiated rat ascites hepatomas which grown intraperitoneally were analyzed with respect to their mRNA levels of GST-P and albumin. The expression of albumin was dramatically decreased and became undetectable in all of the examined hepatomas compared with normal rat liver. The GST-P mRNA level in the hepatomas was correlated with their ability for formation of cellular islands in ascites. The island types, expressed GST-P at high level and the free type ones showed very low level of GST-P mRNA.
PROTEN TYROSINE PHOSPHATASE ACTIVITY IN RAT ASCITES HEPATOMA CELLS
M.Saadat,D.D. Farhud
Iranian Journal of Public Health , 1998,
Abstract: Protein tyrosine phosphatases (PTPases) regulate tyrosine phosphorylation of target proteins involved in several aspects of cellular functions. Enzyme activities of the PTPases in cytosolic and particulate fractions of rat ascites hepatoma cell lines were determined and compared with those of normal rat liver. Our present data revealed that although there was no neoplatic-specific alteration of the PTPase activity in examined hepatomas, the activity in particulate fractions of island type of hepatomas was remarkably decreased compared with either rat liver or free type hepatomas.
STUDY OF SEX RATIO, ABO AND Rh BLOOD GROUPS DISTRIBUTION IN SOME HAEMATOLOGICAL AND LYMPHATIC DISEASES IN IRAN
D.D. Farhud,H. Sadighi,L. Andonian,M. Saffari
Iranian Journal of Public Health , 1995,
Abstract: Associations of some hematological and lymphatic diseases with sex and ABO and Rh blood groups were studied in 2579 patients, compared with a control group of 126332 individuals, by the use of clinical as well as laboratory findings, in Tehran. Highly significant increase of male/female ratio is shown in acute myelogenous leukemia, acute lymphocytic leukemia, chronic lymphocytic leukemia, aplastic anaemia and paroxismal nocturnal haematuria. Idiopathic thrombocy’topoenic purpura shows a decrease of this ration. In chronic myelocytic leukemia and acute lymphocytic leukemia, group 0 has the highest incidence, followed by groups A and B, and group AB has the lowest incidence. Between various diseases, the highest frequency of blood group A was went observed in Hodgkin’s disease, and the lowest in NHL. Group B had highest frequency within PNH patients and the lowest in NHL. Group 0 had the highest In AML patients there is a significant decrease of Rh negative patient 17.15%). The highest incidence of Rh negative was among the SA patients (18.18%) and the lowest in MM (3.70%).
THE OCCURANCE OF ALUMINIUM IN MUNICIPAL TREATED WATER SUPPLY OF SOUTH EAST AREA OF IRAN
K.Imandel,D.D. Farhud,A.Derakhtian
Iranian Journal of Public Health , 1994,
Abstract: In recent years, a potential connection between human intake of aluminum and Alzheimer’s disease has drawn attention to the aluminum concentration in drinking water. It is therefore of interest to investigate the aluminum concentration m drinking water, produced under different circumstances. A random selection of 152 water samples were taken by the supply source including ground, surface and a combination of both for determination of aluminum concentration in the type of water (raw, finished, or untreated distribution) from Bushehr and Borazjan areas in which aluminum sulphate is used as a coagulation agent. Ground, raw and finished waters samples were collected from each facility, four times throughout a year and analyzed for aluminum by eriochrome cyanine R metnoa. The results indicate that aluminum is more likely to exist in finished waters than in raw and ground water of Bushehr & Borazjan municipal water, by which aluminum sulphate is the main causative agent of increasing the aluminum concentration of finished water below the guideline value regarding the W.H.O standard, but 33.S times more than US limitation. Therefore, application of iron coagulant compounds should be reconsidered.
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