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  • Ph.D. (2012)

    Exercise Physiology

    Physical Education and Sport Sciences , Tarbiar Modares University , Tehran, Iran

  • Physical Activity and Chronic Disease
  • Skeletal Muscle and Exercise
  • Exercise Immunology
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Dr. Mahdieh Molanouri Shamsi is an associate professor of exercise physiology in department of exercise sciences at Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran. Dr. Shamsi graduated in physical education and sport sciences at the University of Bahonar in Iran. She completed her Ph.D in exercise physiology from Tarbiat Modares University. Her focus is on improving and understanding of the molecular and physiological changes in skeletal muscle in relation to the immune system in diseases and aging following exercise training. Also, skeletal muscle relationships with some tissues such as brain and adipose assess are in her works. Furthermore, she is working on health and physical activity in women of different age groups in Iran. She published about 50 article in different indexed and peer reviewed journals and presented papers in different national and international conferences.

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Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Exercise, selenium, and cancer cells

Mahdieh Molanouri Shamsi, Zuhair Mohammad Hassan
Journal Paper , 2021 January 1, {Pages 475-482 }

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Selenium is an essential micronutrient with antioxidant activities in different cells. Although many studies have suggested that selenium has protective effects in tumor development, the results of some studies are somewhat controversial and have shown that selenium supplementation becomes a prooxidant and shows toxicity effects in cancer. Also, physical exercise can act as a coadjuvant in cancer therapies, in addition to its positive effects on the physical and psychological complications of cancer and related therapies; it can affect cancer cells and the tumor microenvironment. Physical exercise affects the cancer cells metabolism, prevents cancer cachexia, and induces metabolic adjustment in different tissues in cancer. The metabolic eff

Home-based exercise training influences gut bacterial levels in multiple sclerosis

M Mokhtarzade, MM Shamsi, M Abolhasani, B Bakhshi, MA Sahraian, ...
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Evaluation of the Frequency of polymorphism rs1815739 (ACTN3) and rs8192678 (PPARGC1A) among professional male soccer players of Iranian Premier League: case-control study

S Aboubakri, R Ghara Khanlou, M Molanouri Shamsi
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Exercise-induced modulation of monocytes in breast cancer survivors

N Khosravi, ED Hanson, V Farajivafa, WS Evans, JT Lee, E Danson, ...
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Studying the effects of open and closed-skill exercises on serum levels of Cathepsin B, Irisin, BDNF and Doublecortin in female wrestlers

S Azhideh, S Hasanzadeh Sartiuki, V Valipour Dehnou, ...
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Serum and Gene Expression Profile of Cytokines Following Combination of Yoga Training and Vitamin D Supplementation in Breast Cancer Survivors

M Naderi, H Kordestani, Z Sahebi, V Khedmati-zareh, ...
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Possible cross-talk between fat tissue and immune system in COVID-19 with considering to the physical exercise

M Molanouri Shamsi, S Emadi
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Effect of Different Concurrent Training Protocols on Muscle Strength, Serum Testosterone and Cortisol Level in Young Wrestlers

MH Ghahramani, H Agha-Alinejhad, M Molanouri Shamsi
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Hygiene protocols during the coronavirus pandemic for athletes: biref report

AHA Hekmatikar, SA Shalamzari, MM Shamsi
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Exercise in an Overweight Patient with Covid-19: A Case Study

AHA Hekmatikar, MM Shamsi, ZSZ Ashkazari, K Suzuki
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Physiological Components and Physical Combat Readiness in Warm, Cold, and High Altitude Extreme Environmental Conditions: Narrative Review

Mahdieh Molanouri Shamsi, Behzad Bazgir, Mohammad Valadiathar, Ahmadreza Yousefpour Dehaghani
Journal Paper , Volume 22 , Issue 4, 2020 July 19, {Pages 87-99 }

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Military forces based on their mission have to deployment and executed military operation in extreme environmental conditions, they simultaneously experience nutritional and sleep disorders and endure mental stress. This condition plays essential role in body hemostasis, military fitness components and finally commanded mission's success. Neglecting above mentioned condition physiological responses, as long as providing nutritional, training, and motivational needs could be health compromising, reduce productivity and finally led to operations failure. Various insight presented regards fronting these stressful environment induced disorders; it seems, investigating physiological responses to military environment stress, based on its specific

Effects of curcumin on antioxidant capacity and gastric mucosal injury following strenuous endurance training in rats

A Gorzi, M Asadi, FA Voltarelli, M Molanouri Shamsi
Journal PaperComparative Exercise Physiology , 2020 January , {Pages 08-Jan }

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Strenuous endurance training (SET) in endurance athletes can cause gastrointestinal problems, such as gastritis. Gastritis is associated with increased oxidative stress and an imbalance between free-radical production and antioxidant defences. The present study investigated the effects of SET and curcumin injection on systemic total antioxidant capacity (TAC), gastric mucosal injury and lipid peroxidation (malondialdehyde – MDA) in male rats. Twenty-six male Wistar rats were randomly divided into four groups including Control, Curcumin, Endurance, and Endurance + curcumin. Incremental endurance training (up to 70 min with 35 m/min), and curcumin injection (30 mg/kg bodyweight, three times per week) was carried out in relevant groups. The

The Effect of 4 Weeks of High Intensity Interval Training with Blood Flow Restriction on Cardiovascular Fitness and Serum Levels of IL-6 and IL-17 Inflammatory Cytokines in?…

Masoud Safari, Mahdieh Molanouri Shamsi, Hamid Agha-Alinejad, Farzaneh Sinapour
Journal PaperJournal of Sport Biosciences , Volume 12 , Issue 2, 2020 August 22, {Pages 235-247 }

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High intensity interval training and blood flow restriction make huge physiological changes in athletes. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of 4 weeks of high intensity interval training and blood flow restriction on cardiovascular fitness and inflammatory cytokines of interleukin-6 and interleukin-17 in active male students. 18 active students in Tehran city (age range 20-30 years) were divided into three groups: 1- training and blood flow restriction, 2- training and 3-blood flow restriction by convenience sampling method. The subjects performed high intensity interval training and blood flow restriction for 4 weeks and 3 sessions per week. Fasting blood samples were collected before and after the test. Based on the resul

Exercise Training, Immune System, and Coronavirus

SHAMSI M MOLANOURI, SHALAMZARI S AMANI
Journal Paper , Volume 12 , Issue 46, 2020 January 1, {Pages 17-40 }

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The novel coronavirus severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV2) which caused COVID-19, is a pandemic that threatens human societies in many ways. It seems that the main strategy of managing coronavirus at present is to prevent infection. In addition to improving physical fitness, moderate-intensity exercise boosts the cellmediated and humoral immune system responses, especially in people with weakened immune systems who are at risk of coronavirus implications such as the elderly, obese people and those with chronic diseases. Therefore, performing regular exercise during life span can be considered as an effective strategy to prevent viral diseases such as COVID-19. On the other hand, home quarantine and non-use of public s

Evaluation the frequency of the IGF2 ApaI polymorphism in Iranian elite judo athletes

Mohsen Alinaghizadeh, Reza Gharakhanlou, Mahdieh Molanouri Shamsi
Journal PaperPhysiology of Exercise and Physical Activity , Volume 13 , Issue 1, 2020 August 22, {Pages 69-78 }

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Individuals ability are different for achieving to success in sports disciplines and most of this differences are related to genetic factors. Finding genetic structures that effect on athletic performance is an important step in developing methods related to talent identification. Judo athletes for being successes in this discipline need to high levels of strength and power. The previous investigations revealed the insulin-like growth factor (IGF2) is associated with body mass index, fat-free mass, hand grip strength and leg strength. Aim: The aim of the present study was to evaluate the possible association between ApaI IGF2 and judo status. The athlete group includes 40 elite judo athletes who had medals in Asian and World championship an

Effect of Exercise on Immunological Indicators During the COVID-19 Pandemic

AH Ahmadi Hekmatikar, M Molanouri Shamsi
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Investigation of the Effects of 6 Weeks High Interval Intensive Training Period on the Expression of the HDAC4, HDAC5, Dch2 and Myogenin Gens in the Plantaris Muscle of the …

R Gharakhanlou, M Molanouri Shamsi, Z Mazaheri, M Gholamali
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The effect of 4 weeks of high intensity interval training with blood flow restriction on cardiovascular fitness and serum levels of il-6 and il-17 inflammatory cytokines in …

M Safari, M Molanouri Shamsi, H Agha-Alinejad, F Sinapour
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The Effect of Aerobic Exercise Training on Inflammatory Cytokines, Quality of Life and Self-esteem in Overweight Women

N Abedini, M Molanouri-shamsi, S Shahrbanian
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Correction to: Plasma retinol-binding protein-4 and tumor necrosis factor-α are reduced in postmenopausal women after combination of different intensities of circuit resistance …

SM Tayebi, A Saeidi, M Fashi, SPJ Hokmabadi, A Khosravi, H Shirvani, ...
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Current Teaching

  • Ph.D.

    Safety Adaptations to Exercise

Teaching History

  • Ph.D.

    Advanced Exercise Biochemistry

  • MS.c.

    Exercise Physiology in Children and Adolescent

  • 2016
    Jalali, Maryam
    The Effect of Endurance Exercise Training on Intestinal Bifidobacterium, Insulin Resistance and Lipid Indexes in Overweight Young Women
  • 2019
    Hamzeh shalamzari, Mehdi
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