Avicenna  Journal of Phytomedicine
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 Avicenna Journal of Phytomedicine is now being indexed in PubMed

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                                   Avicenna Journal of Phytomedicine (AJP) is an international open access journal that publishes basic and clinical studies and reviews on medicinal plant. Research on the effects of standardized plant extracts and isolated natural products, and those including mechanistic studies are particularly welcome.

Current Issue: Volume 9, Issue 6, October 2019, Pages 491-605 

Short communication

1. The mechanism of neuroprotective effect of Viola odorata against serum/glucose deprivation-induced PC12 cell death

Pages 491-498

Zahra Tayarani Najjaran; Rezvan Yazdian; Elaheh Amini; Farzaneh Salek_Abdollahi; Fatemeh Arasteh; Ahmad Emami


Original Research Article

3. Evaluation of the effectiveness of crocin isolated from saffron in treatment of burning mouth syndrome: A randomized controlled trial

Pages 505-516

Atessa Pakfetrat; Mahdi Talebi; Zohreh Dalirsani; Sayed Ahmad Mohajery; Roya Zamani; Ala Ghazi


4. Effect of an herbal capsule on chronic constipation among menopausal women: A randomized controlled clinical trial

Pages 517-529

Paria Eliasvandi; Laleh Khodaie; Sakineh Mohammad Alizadeh Charandabi; Mojgan Mirghafourvand


5. Chemical composition and antibacterial properties of Peganum harmala L.

Pages 530-537

Milad Iranshahy; Sedigheh Fazli Bazaz; Giti Haririzadeh; Bibi Zahra Abootorabi; Ali Mohammad Mohamadi; Zahra khashyarmanesh


6. Thymol has beneficial effects on the experimental model of ulcerative colitis

Pages 538-550

Pouriya Tahmasebi; Seyyed Meysam Abtahi froushani; Nahideh Afzale Ahangaran


9. Cytotoxic activity of caffeic acid and gallic acid against MCF-7 human breast cancer cells: An in silico and in vitro study

Pages 574-586

Hasan Rezaei-Seresht; Hamid Cheshomi; Farahnaz Falanji; Fatemeh Movahedi-Motlagh; Maryam Hashemian; Erfan Mireskandari


10. Zataria multiflora Boiss. extract improves spatial memory and learning capacity in scopolamine-induced amnesic rats

Pages 587-596

Vahid Sheibani; Ali Mandegary; Elham Vazifekhahan; Zahra Kasbzade; Amir Asadi; Fariba Sharififar


11. Effects of troxerutin on inflammatory cytokines and BDNF levels in male offspring of high-fat diet fed rats

Pages 597-605

Maryam Hoseindoost; Mohammad Reza Alipour; Fereshteh Farajdokht; Roghayeh Diba; Parvin Bayandor; Keivan Mehri; Sepehr Nayebi Rad; Shirin Babri