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    • Alkaline phosphatase-mimicking peptide nanofibers for osteogenic differentiation 

      Gulseren, G.; Yasa, I. C.; Ustahuseyin, O.; Tekin, E. D.; Tekinay, A. B.; Guler, M. O. (American Chemical Society, 2015)
      Recognition of molecules and regulation of extracellular matrix synthesis are some of the functions of enzymes in addition to their catalytic activity. While a diverse array of enzyme-like materials have been developed, ...
    • Chemical and topographical modification of PHBV surface to promote osteoblast alignment and confinement 

      Kenar, H.; Kocabas, A.; Aydinli, A.; Hasirci, V. (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2008)
      Proper cell attachment and distribution, and thus stronger association in vivo between a bone implant and native tissue will improve the success of the implant. In this study, the aim was to achieve promotion of attachment ...
    • A comprehensive methodology for determining the most informative mammographic features 

      Wu, Y.; Alagoz O.; Ayvaci, M.U.S.; Munoz Del Rio, A.; Vanness, D.J.; Woods, R.; Burnside, E.S. (2013)
      This study aims to determine the most informative mammographic features for breast cancer diagnosis using mutual information (MI) analysis. Our Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act-approved database consists ...
    • A glycosaminoglycan mimetic peptide nanofiber gel as an osteoinductive scaffold 

      Tansik, G.; Kilic, E.; Beter, M.; Demiralp, B.; K.Sendur, G.; Can, N.; Ozkan, H.; Ergul, E.; Guler, M. O.; Tekinay, A. B. (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2016)
      Biomineralization of the extracellular matrix (ECM) plays a crucial role in bone formation. Functional and structural biomimetic native bone ECM components can therefore be used to change the fate of stem cells and induce ...
    • Realistic rendering and animation of a multi-layered human body model 

      Yeşil, Mehmet Şahin; Güdükbay, Uğur (IEEE, 2006)
      A framework for realistic rendering of a multi-layered human body model is proposed in this paper. The human model is composed of three layers: skeleton, muscle, and skin. The skeleton layer, represented by a set of joints ...