The Iranian Journal of Veterinary Medicine (Iran J Vet Med) is an international open access peer-reviewed journal publishing original articles, reviews  and scientific reports of a high scientific and ethical standard in the veterinary sciences and related academic disciplines. This journal is published four times per year in English by the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of University of Tehran being distributed worldwide. It covers all the scientific and technological subjects of veterinary sciences in general, Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Bacteriology, Virology, Immunology, Molecular biology, Pathology, Public health, Parasitology, Infectious diseases, Clinical sciences, Surgery, Epidemiology, Endocrinology, Nutrition, Welfare, Evolution, alternative Veterinary Medicine and other Biomedical fields. Papers on all species of animals are considered and a priority publication scheme exists for papers of outstanding merit and topicality.



Iranian Journal of Veterinary Medicine (Iran J Vet Med)


ISO Abbreviation: Iran J Vet Med

Frequency: Quarterly 

Language: English with Persian Abstract

Average Time to First Decision: 6 Weeks

Peer Review Policy: Double Blind Peer Review

Acceptance Rate: About 30%

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Current Issue: Volume 15, Issue 1, Winter 2021, Pages 1-121 

3. Molecular Detection of Avian Metapneumovirus in Semnan BroilerFarms

Pages 27-34


Amir Darebaghi; Seyed Hesamoddin Emadi Chashmi; Khatereh Kafshdozan; Hossein hossein


6. Evaluation of Cytokeratin 7 Expression in Different Mammary Gland Neoplasms

Pages 56-67


Elnaz Elahirad; Farhang Sasani; Alireza Khosravi; Mohammad Javad Gharagozlou; Fateme Khanbarari

Biochemistry and Pharmacology

8. Protective Effect of Camel Milk on Gentamicin-inducedNephrotoxicity:From Renal Biomarkers to Histopathology Evidence

Pages 79-92


Fereshteh Arab; Saeideh Naeimi; Abbas Javaheri-Vayeghan; Ahad Muhammadnejad; Mahmood Ahmadi hamedani

Nutrition - Hygiene

9. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations of Phenolic Extracts and Resistant Starch for Clostridium perfringens: In vitro Study

Pages 93-103


Samira Karamati Jabehdar; Farzad Mirzaei Aghjehgheshlagh; Bahman Navidshad; Ali Mahdavi; Hamid Staji; Nemat Hedayat Evrigh

10. Cardioprotective and Hepatoprotective Activity of Silymarin in BroilerChickens Fed on Mash and Pellet Diets

Pages 104-121


seyedeh alemeh hosseinian; Bahman abdi hHacheso; Saeed Nazifi; seyed Amir Hashemi Hazaveh; Seyed Hamidreza Hashemi Tabar; Reza Rezapoor