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Full Research Paper Biomimetics
Quantitative Analysis of Biomechanical Parameters of Bioinspirational Designed Medical Microneedles in Interaction with Skin using Finite Elements Method

Yasaman Amiri,; Bahman Vahidi

Volume 15, Issue 2 , August 2021, Pages 99-110

  Microneedles are a type of micron-sized needle that is the third most widely used delivery system after oral and injectable drug delivery, used in a variety of fields including drug release and rejuvenation. Optimizing the geometry of microneedles to reduce pain and inflammation has been important in ...  Read More

Full Research Paper Computational Neuroscience
A Cognitive Model of Spatial Navigation: Hippocampus and Prefrontal Cortex Interaction

Maryam Moghadam,; Farzad Towhidkhah; Golnaz Baghdadi

Volume 15, Issue 2 , August 2021, Pages 111-125

  In cognition physiology and neuroscience, spatial memory is responsible for the maintenance and recall of information related to environmental details, orientation, and spatial navigation. The brain’s cognitive functions including navigation are executed through correlated and sequential activities ...  Read More

Full Research Paper Biological System Control / Biocontrol
Analysis of Fractional Order SEIR Model for Covid 19 and Investigation of its Spread Management with a Novel Adaptive Fractional Order Nonlinear Controller

Amir Veisi; Hadi Delavari

Volume 15, Issue 2 , August 2021, Pages 127-139

  Coronavirus, or Covid 19, is a contagious disease caused by the coronavirus and is a threat to the health and economy of countries. Although vaccine production and distribution are currently underway, but non-pharmacological interventions are still being implemented as an important and fundamental strategy ...  Read More

Full Research Paper Gait Analysis
Using Changes in the Center of Mass to Measure the Balance in People with Different Leg Lengths when Climbing Stairs

Seyed Mehran Ayati Najafabadi; Alireza Hashemi Oskouei; Seyed Masoud Rafiaei

Volume 15, Issue 2 , August 2021, Pages 141-150

  Balance in daily movements like as stair ascending is a challenge for the people with leg lengths discrepancy (LLD). These people change their pattern of movement to compensate the difference between legs’ length. Due to the changes in movement pattern, body's center of mass which is one of the ...  Read More

Full Research Paper Dental Biomechanics
Investigation on Primary Stability of Dental Implants during Compressive Cyclic Loading-Unloading using µCT Imaging, and Digital Volume Correlation (DVC) Method

Pedram Akhlaghi; Setareh Khorshidparast; Gholamreza Rouhi; Hamidreza Barikani

Volume 15, Issue 2 , August 2021, Pages 151-159

  Primary stability is the initial mechanical engagement of the implant with its neighboring bone, which can be assessed through in-vitro assessment of stiffness and the ultimate load of the bone-implant complex. Implantation and the following loading on an implant after implantation, could cause mechanical ...  Read More

Full Research Paper
Algebraic Analysis of Vertical Ground Reaction Force Signal for diagnosis and Differentiation of Parkinson's Disease Severity

Gisoo Fathi; Peyvand Ghaderyan

Volume 15, Issue 2 , August 2021, Pages 161-174

  Parkinson’s Disease (PD) is one of the most common neurodegenerative diseases that cause abnormal gait patterns by affecting central nervous system. Since this disease is incurable, the reliable diagnosis can lead to slowing disease progression, reducing the risk of physical injuries and improving ...  Read More

Full Research Paper Biological Systems Modeling
Determination of Proper Parameters for Selective Electrical Stimulation of Myelinated Peripheral Nerve Fibers with HFAC using Computational Simulation

Mohsen Kamelian Rad; Mohammad Ali Ahmadi Pajouh; Mehrdad Saviz

Volume 15, Issue 2 , August 2021, Pages 175-186

  Transcutaneous electrical stimulation of peripheral nerve fibers has always been an important field of research. Many studies indicate the possibility to block the conduction of nerve fibers by using high frequency alternating currents (HFAC). According to the fact that the stimulation of narrower fibers ...  Read More