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    • Advances in nanoparticle‐based medical diagnostic and therapeutic techniques 

      Sardan, Melis; Özkan, Alper Devrim; Zengin, Aygül; Tekinay, Ayşe B.; Güler, Mustafa O. (John Wiley & Sons, 2016-03-11)
      Advances in modern medicine have eliminated several major causes of human mortality and considerably extended life expectancies around the world; however, this increase in the global age average has also boosted the ...
    • Biosensors for early disease diagnosis 

      Topal, Ahmet E.; Özkan, Alper Devrim; Dana, Aykutlu; Tekinay, Ayse B.; Güler, Mustafa O. (John Wiley & Sons, 2016-03-11)
      This chapter focuses on biosensor types, their detection limits, analysis times, and the diseases they are suitable for detecting. In addition, as nanomaterials are an effective means of producing small‐scale diagnostic ...
    • Label-free nanometer-resolution imaging of biological architectures through surface enhanced raman scattering 

      Ayas, Sencer; Çınar, Göksu; Özkan, Alper Devrim; Soran, Zeliha; Ekiz, Oner; Kocaay, Deniz; Tomak, A.; Toren, Pelin; Kaya, Yasin; Tunc, I.; Zareie, H.; Tekinay, T.; Tekinay, Ayse Begum; Güler, Mustafa O.; Dana, Aykutlu (Nature Publishing Group, 2013)
      Label free imaging of the chemical environment of biological specimens would readily bridge the supramolecular and the cellular scales, if a chemical fingerprint technique such as Raman scattering can be coupled with super ...
    • Nanomaterials for the repair and regeneration of dental tissues 

      Tansık, Gülistan; Özkan, Alper Devrim; Güler, Mustafa O.; Tekinay, Ayşe B. (John Wiley & Sons, 2016-03-11)
      This chapter details the recent advances concerning the use of scaffolds and nanomaterials in the field of artificial tooth regeneration. Primary osseointegration is the mechanical attachment of an implant to the surrounding ...
    • Optimization of sample preparation methods for the mechanical characterization of tissue architectures 

      Özkan, Alper Devrim (Bilkent University, 2017-08)
      There is now mounting evidence that mechanical signals are as crucial as genetic and biochemical feedback mechanisms for directing and organizing complex cellular behaviors, and material characterization tools are routinely ...