This post was written by admin on September 7, 2013
Posted Under: Iran Parasitologists,Parasitologists
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Place of work: Veterinary Fac,University of Tehran,Tehran,Iran
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Date of birth: 21/03/1984

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-PhD. Student: Veterinary Parasitology\ University of Tehran, Veterinary Faculty\ Tehran, Iran

-M.Sc.:2008 Parasitology\ Shahid Bahonar University of  Kerman\ Iran

-BSc.: 2006  Laboratory science\ Shahid Bahonar University of  Kerman\ Iran

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1-Bamorovat, M., Radfar, M.H., Derakhshanfar, A., Molazadeh, M., Borhani Zarandi, M. A comparative evaluation of hematological, biochemical and pathological changes among infected sheep with Cysticercus tenuicollis and non-infected control group

2-Asgari Nezhad, H.,Borhani, M., Norouzi, M., Merzaie, M. Cutaneous Leishmaniasis in school children in a border area at southwest of Iran

3-Radfar, M.H., Borhani Zarandi, M., Bamorovat, M., Kheirandish, R., Sharifi, R. Hematological, biochemical and pathological findings in goats naturally infection with Cysticercus tenuicollis

4-Bamorovat, M., Borhani Zarandi, M., Mostafavi, M., The prevalence of Linguatula serrata nymphs in mesenteric and mediastinal lymph nodes in one-humped camels (Camelus dromedarius) slaughtered in Rafsanjan slaughterhouse, Iran

5-Khosravi, A., Hakimi Parizi, M., Bamorovat, M., Borhani Zarandi, M., Mohammadi, M.A. (2011) Prevalence of Trypanosoma evansi in camels using molecular and parasitological methods in the southeast of Iran.

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