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Gjumrakch Aliev

Prof. Gjumrakch Aliev

University of Atlanta, USA


Email: aliev03@gmail.com

 

Qualifications

1989 Ph.D., Moscow State University, Cardiovascular Biology and Pathology

1987 M.S., Department of Electron Microscopy, Electron Microscopy and Cell Pathology

1982 M.D., Azerbaijan Medical Institute, General Medicine and Health Sciences

 

Publications (Selected)

  1. Aliev G. Nitric oxide-dependent mitochondrial DNA over proliferation and deletion in the context of Alzheimer disease and cancer. In: 13th International Congress on Amino Acids, Peptides and Protein. Galveston, Texas, October 5–7, 2013. Amino Acids (2014) 46:251–254. Page 252. DOI 10.1007/s00726-013-1634-6.
  2. Aliev G., Bragin V. and Cacabelos R. Implication of Integrative Treatment for Real-Life Geriatric Patients with Depression, Dementia and Multiple Chronic Diseases:  A 60-Month Follow-Up of a Naturalistic Study. In: 5th Clinical Trials on Alzheimer’s disease (CTAD) Conference, Monte Carlo, France October 29-31, 2012, The Journal of Nutrition Health & Ageing, 2012, Vol. 16, No 9, 840-841 (P # 32).
  3. Aliev G., Obrenovich M.E. and Bragin V. Mitochondrion Dependent Oxidative Stress in the Context of Neurodegeneration and Cancer: Recent Advance. In: Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 2012 (AAIC), Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (July 14-19, 2012). Alzheimer's & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer's Association Vol. 8, Issue 4 (Suppl.), Page P305, P2-128.
  4. Aliev G. Oxidative stress induced-metabolic imbalance, mitochondrial failure, and cellular hypoperfusion as primary pathogenetic factors for the development of Alzheimer disease which can be used as an alternate and successful drug treatment strategy: past, present and future. CNS & Neurological Disorders – Drug Targets, 2011 Mar; 10(2):147-8.
  5. Palacios H.H., Yendluri B.B., Parvathaneni K. , Shadlinski V. B. , Obrenovich M. E., Leszek J., Gokhman D. , Gąsiorowski K. Bragin V. and Aliev G. Mitochondrion-Specific Antioxidants as Drug Treatments for Alzheimer Disease. CNS & Neurological Disorders – Drug Targets, 2011 Mar; 10(2):149-62.
  6. Obrenovich M.E., Li Y., Parvathaneni K, Yendluri B.B., Palacios H.H., Leszek J. and Aliev G. Antioxidants in health, disease and aging. CNS & Neurological Disorders – Drug Targets, 2011 Mar; 10(2):192-207.
  7. Gąsiorowski K., E. Lamer-Zarawska, J. Leszek, K. Parvathaneni, B.B. Yendluri, Z. Błach-Olszewska and G. Aliev. Flavones from Root of Scutellaria Baicalensis Georgi: Drugs of the Future in Neurodegeneration? CNS & Neurological Disorders – Drug Targets, 2011 Mar; 10(2):184-91.
  8. Ieradzki A., Yendluri B. B., Palacios H.H., Parvathaneni K. , Reddy V.P., Obrenovich M.E., Gasiorowski K., Leszek J. and Aliev G. Implication of Oncogenic Factors as a Treatment Strategy for Neurodegenerative Disorders in the Context of Chronic and Potentially Terminal Diseases – Contemporary Approaches. CNS & Neurological Disorders – Drug Targets, 2011 Mar; 10(2):175-83.
  9. Aliev G. The Role of oxidative stress, mitochondria failure and cellular hypoperfusion in the pathobiology of Alzheimer disease. Preface. 2011; 000-000 ISBN: 978-81-308-0367-8; Editors: Aliev G., et al., Publisher Research Signpost, Inc., 2011. PP.1-6.
  10. Leszek J. and Aliev G. Vascular pathology in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s disease. In: The Role of oxidative stress, mitochondria failure and cellular hypoperfusion in the pathobiology of Alzheimer disease. 2011; 000-000 ISBN: 978-81-308-0367-8; Editors: Aliev G., et al., Publisher Research Signpost, Inc. 2011, Chapter 1, PP. 1-18.
  11. Palacios H.H., Solis Herrera A., Cobb C.J., Pacheco G.J., Fischbach K., Obrenovich M.E., Shadlinski V.B., LaManna J.C., Bragin V. and Aliev G. Development and progression of Alzheimer disease as a result of cellular hypoperfusion from oxidative stress and mitochondria failure as primary pathogenic factors. In: The Role of oxidative stress, mitochondria failure and cellular hypoperfusion in the pathobiology of Alzheimer disease. 2011; 000-000 ISBN: 978-81-308-0367-8; Editors: Aliev G., et al., Publisher Research Signpost, Inc. 2011, Chapter 3, PP. 45-81.
  12. Obrenovich M.E., Solis Herrera A., Cobb C.J., Fischbach K., Shadlinski V.B. and Aliev G. Lessons learned from the selective loss of GRK2 regulation and consequent cerebrovascular complications and Alzheimer disease. 2011; 000-000 ISBN: 978-81-308-0367-8; Editors: Aliev G., et al., Publisher Research Signpost, Inc. 2011, Chapter 9, PP. 203-226.
  13. Horecký J, Bačiak L, Kašparová S, Pacheco G, Aliev G. and Vančová O. Three-Vessel Occlusion: A surgical approach for Vascular dementia in the rat with low invasiveness can use design or technique. In: The Role of oxidative stress, mitochondria failure and cellular hypoperfusion in the pathobiology of Alzheimer’s disease. 2011; 000-000 ISBN: 978-81-308-0367-8; Editors: Aliev G., et al., Publisher Research Signpost, Inc. 2011, Chapter 10, PP. 227-236.
  14. Aliev G., Liu J., Fischbach K., Pacheco G.J., Palacios H., Walrafen B., Obrenovich M.E., Shadlinski V.B., Solis Herrera A., and Ames B. N. Feeding Acetyl-L-Carnitine and Lipoic Acid to Aged Rats Ameliorates Neuronal Mitochondria Damage. In: The Role of oxidative stress, mitochondria failure and cellular hypoperfusion in the pathobiology of Alzheimer disease. 2011; 000-000 ISBN: 978-81-308-0367-8; Editors: Aliev G., et al., Publisher Research Signpost, Inc. 2011, Chapter 13, PP. 273-296.
  15. Aliev G., Liu J., Fischbach K., Xu K., Puchowicz M., Obrenovich M.E., Shadlinski V.B., Solis Herrera A., Ames B.N. and LaManna J.C. The response to Lipoic acid and acetyl-L-Carnitine regiments in ApoE4 mice serves a model for Alzheimer Disease in humans. In: The Role of oxidative stress, mitochondria failure and cellular hypoperfusion in the pathobiology of Alzheimer’s disease. 2011; 000-000 ISBN: 978-81-308-0367-8; Editors: Aliev G., et al., Publisher Research Signpost, Inc. 2011, Chapter 14, PP. 297-316.
  16. Bragin V. and Aliev G. Progression of Cognitive Function after Integrated Treatment Approach in Demented and Clinically Depressed Patients. In: The Role of oxidative stress, mitochondria failure and cellular hypoperfusion in the pathobiology of Alzheimer’s disease. 2011; 000-000 ISBN: 978-81-308-0367-8; Editors: Aliev G., et al., Publisher Research Signpost, Inc. 2011, Chapter 15, PP. 317-325.
  17. Horecký J., Aliev G., Gvozdjáková A., Kucharská J. and Vančová O. Preventive and Therapeutic Coenzyme Q10 Supplementation In Rat Subjected to Cerebrovascular Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury. Current Neurobiology, 2010 1 (1): 30-36.
  18. Gasimov E.K., Guliyeva N.T. and Aliev G.M. Morphological basis of the participation of arterioles in the formation of the acute endoneural edema. The Reports of the National Academy of Sciences of the Azerbaijan Republic, 2010 Vol. LXVI CILD (No1), 119-129.
  19. Vančová O., Bačiak L., Kašparová S., Kucharská J., Palacios H.H., Horecký J. and Aliev G. In vivo and in vitro assessment of brain bioenergetics in aging rats. J Cell Mol Med. 2010 Nov; 14(11):2667-2674. doi: 10.1111/j.1582-4934.2009.00879.x.
  20. Obrenovich M.E., Nair G.N., Beyaz A, Aliev G. and Reddy V.P. The Role of Polyphenolic Antioxidants in Health, Disease and Aging. Rejuvenation Research. December 2010, 13(6): 631-643. doi:10.1089/rej.2010.1043.
  21. Aliev G. and V.P. Reddy. Oxidative Stress-induced Cellular Hypoperfusion, Mitochondrial Failure and Brain Hypometabolism as the Causative Factors for the Pathophysiology of Cerebrovascular and Alzheimer Disease: Past, Present and Future 2010 ISSUE OF BenSci, A BENTHAM SCIENCE NEWSLETTER, ISSN: 1875-1898, 2010, vol.2 , 1-4.
  22. Castellani R.J., Moreira P., Aliev G., Shenk J.C., Siedlak S.L., Harris P.L.R., Sayre L.M., Szweda P.A., Szweda L.I., Zhu X., Smith M.A. and Perry G. Hydroxynonenal-Generated Crosslinking Fluorophore And Mitochondria-Derived Lipoic Acid Accumulation In Alzheimer Disease Reveal A Dichotomy Of Protein Turnover. Microsc. Microanal. 16 (Suppl 2), 2010. 1014-1015. doi: 10.1017/S1431927610059350.