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    • Fearful faces do not lead to faster attentional deployment in individuals with elevated psychopathic traits 

      Hoppenbrouwers, S. S.; Munneke, Jaap; Kooiman, K. A.; Little, B.; Neumann, C. S.; Theeuwes, J. (Springer New York LLC, 2017)
      In the current study, a gaze-cueing experiment (similar to Dawel et al. 2015) was conducted in which the predictivity of a gaze-cue was manipulated (non-predictive vs highly predictive). This was done to assess the degree ...
    • Functional subdomains within human FFA 

      Çukur, T.; Huth, A. G.; Nishimoto, S.; Gallant, J. L. (Society for Neuroscience, 2013)
      The fusiform face area (FFA) is a well-studied human brain region that shows strong activation for faces. In functional MRI studies, FFA is often assumed to be a homogeneous collection of voxels with similar visual tuning. ...
    • Gadolinium leakage into subarachnoid space and cystic metastases 

      Elçin Yildiz, A.; Atli, E.; Karli Oǧuz, K. (2013)
      Subarachnoid space (SAS) and cystic metastatic lesions of brain parenchyma appear hypointense on fluid-attenuated inversion-recovery (FLAIR) and T1-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) unless there is a hemorrhage or ...
    • Heparin mimetic peptide nanofiber gel promotes regeneration of full thickness burn injury 

      Yergoz, F.; Hastar, N.; Cimenci, C. E.; Ozkan, A. D.; Güler, Mustafa O.; Tekinay, A. B.; Tekinay, T.; Güler, Mustafa O. (Elsevier Ltd, 2017)
      Burn injuries are one of the most common types of trauma worldwide, and their unique physiology requires the development of specialized therapeutic materials for their treatment. Here, we report the use of synthetic, ...
    • High-resolution magic anglespinning ¹H nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy metabolomics of hyperfunctioning parathyroid glands 

      Battini, S.; Imperiale, A.; Taïeb, D.; Elbayed, K.; Cicek, A. E.; Sebag, F.; Brunaud, L.; Namer, Izzie-Jacques (Mosby, Inc., 2016)
      Background Primary hyperparathyroidism (PHPT) may be related to a single gland disease or multiglandular disease, which requires specific treatments. At present, an operation is the only curative treatment for PHPT. ...
    • How dysfunctional are the dysfunctional attitudes in another culture? 

      Şahin, N. H.; Şahin, N. (1992)
      The Dysfunctional Attitude Scale (DAS-A) has been used in many studies to measure depressogenic attitudes, vulnerability to depression and to assess the effectiveness of cognitive therapy. Despite its frequent use in ...
    • How the ocean personality model affects the perception of crowds 

      Durupınar, F.; Pelechano, N.; Allbeck, J. M.; Güdükbay, Uğur; Badler, N. I. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2011)
      A personality model named High-Density Autonomous Crowds (HiDAC) simulation system provides individual differences by assigning each person different psychological and physiological traits. Users normally set these parameters ...
    • Human MLH1 deficiency predisposes to hematological malignancy and neurofibromatosis type 1 

      Ricciardone, M. D.; Özçelik, T.; Cevher, B.; Özdaǧ, H.; Tuncer, M.; Gürgey, A.; Uzunalimoǧlu, O.; Çetinkaya, H.; Tanyeli, A.; Erken, E.; Öztürk, M. (American Association for Cancer Research, 1999)
      Heterozygous germ-line mutations in the DNA mismatch repair genes lead to hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer. The disease susceptibility of individuals who constitutionally lack both wild-type alleles is unknown. ...
    • Identification of novel neutralizing single-chain antibodies against vascular endothelial growth factor receptor 2 

      Erdag, B.; Koray Balcioglu, B.; Ozdemir Bahadir, A.; Serhatli, M.; Kacar O.; Bahar, A.; Seker, U.O.S.; Akgun, E.; Ozkan, A.; Kilic, T.; Tamerler, C.; Baysal, K. (2011)
      Human vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) and its receptor (VEGFR-2/kinase domain receptor [KDR]) play a crucial role in angiogenesis, which makes the VEGFR-2 signaling pathway a major target for therapeutic applications. ...
    • Insights into autism spectrum disorder genomic architecture and biology from 71 risk loci 

      Sanders, S. J.; He, X.; Willsey, A. J.; Ercan-Sencicek, A. G.; Samocha, K. E.; Cicek, A. E.; Murtha, M. T.; Bal, V. H.; Bishop, S. L.; Dong, S.; Goldberg, A. P.; Jinlu, C.; Keaney, J. F.; Keaney III, J. F.; Mandell, J. D.; Moreno-De-Luca, D.; Poultney, C. S.; Robinson, E. B.; Smith L.; Solli-Nowlan, T.; Su, M. Y.; Teran, N. A.; Walker, M. F.; Werling, D. M.; Beaudet, A. L.; Cantor, R. M.; Fombonne, E.; Geschwind, D. H.; Grice, D. E.; Lord, C.; Lowe, J. K.; Mane, S. M.; Martin, D.M.; Morrow, E. M.; Talkowski, M. E.; Sutcliffe, J. S.; Walsh, C. A.; Yu, T. W.; Ledbetter, D. H.; Martin, C. L.; Cook, E. H.; Buxbaum, J. D.; Daly, M. J.; Devlin, B.; Roeder, K.; State, M. W. (Cell Press, 2015)
      Analysis of de novo CNVs (dnCNVs) from the full Simons Simplex Collection (SSC) (N = 2,591 families) replicates prior findings of strong association with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) and confirms six risk loci (1q21.1, ...
    • Integromic analysis of genetic variation and gene expression identifies networks for cardiovascular disease phenotypes 

      Yao, C.; Chen, B. H.; Joehanes, R.; Otlu, B.; Zhang X.; Liu, C.; Huan, T.; Tastan, O.; Cupples, L. A.; Meigs, J. B.; Fox, C. S.; Freedman, J. E.; Courchesne, P.; O'Donnell, C. J.; Munson, P. J.; Keles, S.; Levy, D. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2015)
      BACKGROUND - : Cardiovascular disease (CVD) reflects a highly coordinated complex of traits. Although genome-wide association studies have reported numerous single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) to be associated with CVD, ...
    • Ischemic stroke phenotype in patients with nonsustained atrial fibrillation 

      Arsava, E. M.; Bas, D. F.; Atalar, Ergin; Has, A. C.; Oguz, K. K.; Topcuoglu, M. A. (Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2015)
      Background and Purpose: The widespread use of ambulatory cardiac monitoring has not only increased the detection of high-risk arrhythmias like persistent and paroxysmal atrial fibrillation (AF), but also made it possible ...
    • Laminin mimetic peptide nanofibers regenerate acute muscle defect 

      Cimenci, C. E.; Uzunalli, G.; Uysal, O.; Yergoz, F.; Umay, E. K.; Güler, Mustafa O.; Tekinay, A. B. (Acta Materialia Inc, 2017)
      Skeletal muscle cells are terminally differentiated and require the activation of muscle progenitor (satellite) cells for their regeneration. There is a clinical need for faster and more efficient treatment methods for ...
    • MDM2 T309G polymorphism is associated with bladder cancer 

      Onat, O. E.; Tez, M.; Özçelik, T.; Törüner, G. A. (International Institute of Anticancer Research, 2006)
      Recently, a functional T to G polymorphism at nucleotide 309 in the promoter region of the MDM2 gene (rs: 2279744, SNP 309) has been identified. This polymorphism has an impact on the expression of the MDM2 gene, which is ...
    • Medicalization discourse and modernity: contested meanings over childbirth in contemporary Turkey 

      Cindoglu, D.; Cengiz, F. S. (Taylor & Francis Inc., 2010)
      In this article, we explore the increasing medicalization of birth and the surge in Caesarean sections in order to examine how this phenomenon relates to the dominant modernization discourse on women's lives in contemporary ...
    • Metastasis suppressor proteins in cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma 

      Bozdogan, O.; Vargel, I.; Cavusoglu, T.; Karabulut, A. A.; Karahan, G.; Sayar, N.; Atasoy, P.; Yulug, I. G. (Elsevier, 2016-07)
      Cutaneous squamous cell carcinomas (cSCCs) are common human carcinomas. Despite having metastasizing capacities, they usually show less aggressive progression compared to squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) of other organs. ...
    • MST1 is a multifunctional caspase-independent inhibitor of androgenic signaling 

      Cinar, B.; Collak F.K.; Lopez, D.; Akgul, S.; Mukhopadhyay, N.K.; Kilicarslan, M.; Gioeli, D.G.; Freeman, M.R. (2011)
      The MST1 serine - threonine kinase, a component of the RASSF1-LATS tumor suppressor network, is involved in cell proliferation and apoptosis and has been implicated in cancer. However, the physiologic role of MST1 in ...
    • Mutation in TOR1AIP1 encoding LAP1B in a form of muscular dystrophy: A novel gene related to nuclear envelopathies 

      Kayman-Kurekci G.; Talim, B.; Korkusuz P.; Sayar, N.; Sarioglu, T.; Oncel I.; Sharafi P.; Gundesli H.; Balci-Hayta, B.; Purali, N.; Serdaroglu-Oflazer P.; Topaloglu H.; Dincer P. (Elsevier Ltd, 2014)
      We performed genome-wide homozygosity mapping and mapped a novel myopathic phenotype to chromosomal region 1q25 in a consanguineous family with three affected individuals manifesting proximal and distal weakness and atrophy, ...
    • Mutations in RAD21 disrupt regulation of apob in patients with chronic intestinal pseudo-obstruction 

      Bonora, E.; Bianco, F.; Cordeddu, L.; Bamshad, M.; Francescatto, L.; Dowless, D.; Stanghellini, V.; Cogliandro, R. F.; Lindberg, G.; Mungan, Z.; Cefle, K.; Ozcelik, T.; Palanduz, S.; Ozturk, S.; Gedikbasi, A.; Gori, A.; Pippucci, T.; Graziano, C.; Volta, U.; Caio, G.; Barbara, G.; D'Amato, M.; Seri, M.; Katsanis, N.; Romeo, G.; De Giorgio, R. (W.B. Saunders, 2015)
      Background Aims Chronic intestinal pseudo-obstruction (CIPO) is characterized by severe intestinal dysmotility that mimics a mechanical subocclusion with no evidence of gut obstruction. We searched for genetic variants ...
    • Neural correlates of acquired color category effects 

      Clifford, A.; Franklin, A.; Holmes, A.; Drivonikou V.G.; Özgen, E.; Davies I.R.L. (2012)
      Category training can induce category effects, whereby color discrimination of stimuli spanning a newly learned category boundary is enhanced relative to equivalently spaced stimuli from within the newly learned category ...