Items where Author is "Miri, Mohammad"

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Pejhan, Akbar and Agah, Jila and Adli, Abolfazl and Mehrabadi, Saide and Raoufinia, Ramin and Mokamel, Adel and Abroudi, Mina and Ghalenovi, Mina and Sadeghi, Zahra and Bolghanabadi, Zahra and Bazghandi, Malihe Sadat and Hamidnia, Masoud and Salimi, Fatemeh and Pajohanfar, Nasim Sadat and Dadvand, Payam and Rad, Abolfazl and Miri, Mohammad (2019) Exposure to air pollution during pregnancy and newborn liver function. Chemosphere, 226. pp. 447-453. ISSN 00456535

Nikoonahad, Ali and Djahed, Babak and Norzaee, Samira and Eslami, Hadi and Derakhshan, Zahra and Miri, Mohammad and Fakhri, Yadolah and Hoseinzadeh, Edris and Ghasemi, Seyed Mehdi and Balarak, Davoud and Fallahzadeh, Reza Ali and Zarrabi, Mansur and Taghavi, Mahmoud (2018) An overview report on the application of heteropoly acids on supporting materials in the photocatalytic degradation of organic pollutants from aqueous solutions. PeerJ, 6. e5501.

Miri, Mohammad and Bhatnagar, Amit and Mahdavi, Yousef and Basiri, Leila and Nakhaei, Alireza and Khosravi, Rasoul and Eslami, Hadi and Ghasemi, Seyed Mehdi and Balarak, Davoud and Alizadeh, Ahad and Mohammadi, Amir and Derakhshan, Zahra and Fallahzadeh, Reza Ali and Taghavi, Mahmoud (2018) Probabilistic risk assessment of exposure to fluoride in most consumed brands of tea in the Middle East. Food and Chemical Toxicology, 115. 267 - 272.

Djahed, Babak and Taghavi, Mahmoud and Farzadkia, Mehdi and Norzaee, Samira and Miri, Mohammad (2018) Stochastic exposure and health risk assessment of rice contamination to the heavy metals in the market of Iranshahr, Iran. Food and Chemical Toxicology, 115. 405 - 412.

Miri, Mohammad and Akbari, Elham and Amrane, Abdeltif and Jafari, Seyed Javad and Eslami, Hadi and Hoseinzadeh, Edris and Zarrabi, Mansur and Salimi, Javad and Sayyad-Arbabi, Mohsen and Taghavi, Mahmoud (2017) Health risk assessment of heavy metal intake due to fish consumption in the Sistan region, Iran. Environmental monitoring and assessment, 189 (11). p. 583.

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