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Dr. Mina Ohadi
 

Mina Ohadi

Associate Professor

PhD: University of London, King's College London (UK)

MD: Shaheed Beheshti University of Medical Sciences (Iran).

e-mail: Ohadi.mina@yahoo.com

Tel. No.: 0098-21-22180138

Address: Genetic Research Center- University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation- Kudakyar Alley- Daneshju Blvd.- Evin- Tehran- Iran

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Research interest

Dr. Ohadi is currently working on the evolutionary aspect of short tandem repeats (STRs) in the core promoter interval of protein-coding genes, by implementing comparative genomics and gene expression studies.  Her goal is to fund a workable argument on a possible role of STRs in speciation and evolution in human and non-human primates. 

 

Publications

Namdar-Aligoodarzi P, Mohammadparast S, Zaker-Kandjani B, Talebi Kakroodi S, Jafari Vesiehsari M, Ohadi M. Exceptionally long 5' UTR short tandem repeats specifically linked to primates. Gene. 2015 Sep 10;569(1):88-94.

Rezazadeh M, Gharesouran J, Mirabzadeh A, Khorram Khorshid HR, Biglarian A, Ohadi M. A primate-specific functional GTTT-repeat in the core promoter of CYTH4 is linked to bipolar disorder in human. Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry. 2015 Jan 2;56:161-7.

Ohadi M, Valipour E, Ghadimi-Haddadan S, Namdar-Aligoodarzi P, Bagheri A, Kowsari A, Rezazadeh M, Darvish H, Kazeminasab S. Core promoter short tandem repeats as evolutionary switch codes for primate speciation. Am J Primatol. 2015 Jan;77(1):34-43.

Mohammadparast S, Bayat H, Biglarian A, Ohadi M. Exceptional expansion and conservation of a CT-repeat complex in the core promoter of PAXBP1 in primates. Am J Primatol. 2014 Aug;76(8):747-56.

Ohadi M, Mohammadparast S, Darvish H. Evolutionary trend of exceptionally long human core promoter short tandem repeats. Gene. 2012 Oct 1;507(1):61-7. 

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