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    • Biological properties of extracellular vesicles and their physiological functions 

      Yáñez-Mó, M.; Siljander, P. R. M.; Andreu, Z.; Zavec, A. B.; Borràs, F. E.; Buzas, E. I.; Buzas, K.; Casal, E.; Cappello, F.; Carvalho, J.; Colás, E.; Cordeiro-Da, S. A.; Fais, S.; Falcon-Perez, J. M.; Ghobrial, I. M.; Giebel, B.; Gimona, M.; Graner, M.; Gursel, I.; Gursel, M.; Heegaard, N. H. H.; Hendrix, A.; Kierulf, P.; Kokubun, K.; Kosanovic, M.; Kralj-Iglic, V.; Krämer-Albers, E. M.; Laitinen, S.; Lässer, C.; Lener, T.; Ligeti, E.; Line, A.; Lipps, G.; Llorente, A.; Lötvall, J.; Manček-Keber, M.; Marcilla, A.; Mittelbrunn, M.; Nazarenko, I.; Nolte-'t Hoen, E. N. M.; Nyman, T. A.; O'Driscoll, L.; Olivan, M.; Oliveira, C.; Pállinger, E.; Del Portillo, H. A.; Reventós, J.; Rigau, M.; Rohde, E.; Sammar, M.; Sánchez-Madrid, F.; Santarém, N.; Schallmoser, K.; Ostenfeld, M. S.; Stoorvogel, W.; Stukelj, R.; Grein V. D. S.G.; Helena,ü V. M.; Wauben, M. H. M.; De Wever, O. (Taylor & Francis, 2015)
      In the past decade, extracellular vesicles (EVs) have been recognized as potent vehicles of intercellular communication, both in prokaryotes and eukaryotes. This is due to their capacity to transfer proteins, lipids and ...
    • Circulating LL37 targets plasma extracellular vesicles to immune cells and intensifies Behçet's disease severity 

      Kahraman, T.; Gucluler, G.; Simsek, I.; Yagci, F. C.; Yildirim, M.; Ozen, C.; Dinc, A.; Gursel, M.; Ikromzoda, L.; Sutlu, T.; Gay, S.; Gursel, I. (Taylor and Francis, 2017-02)
      Behçet's disease (BD) activity is characterised by sustained, over-exuberant immune activation, yet the underlying mechanisms leading to active BD state are poorly defined. Herein, we show that the human cathelicidin derived ...
    • CpG ODN loaded exosome nanovesicles: enhanced immunostimulatory activity 

      Güçlüler, Gözde; Kahraman, Tamer; Gürsel, İhsan (Turkish Society of Immunology, 2012-04)
      Exosomes are naturally occurring, membranous nanovesicles known to function as intercellular communication vectors. To explore whether these naturally occuring bilayer vesicles could be exploited as a nucleic acid delivery ...
    • Evidence-Based Clinical Use of Nanoscale Extracellular Vesicles in Nanomedicine 

      Fais, S.; O'Driscoll, L.; Borras, F. E.; Buzas, E.; Camussi, G.; Cappello, F.; Carvalho, J.; Cordeiro Da Silva, A.; Del Portillo, H.; El Andaloussi, S.; Ficko Trček, T.; Furlan, R.; Hendrix, A.; Gursel, I.; Kralj-Iglic, V.; Kaeffer, B.; Kosanovic, M.; Lekka, M. E.; Lipps, G.; Logozzi, M.; Marcilla, A.; Sammar, M.; Llorente, A.; Nazarenko, I.; Oliveira, C.; Pocsfalvi, G.; Rajendran, L.; Raposo, G.; Rohde, E.; Siljander, P.; Van, N. G.; Vasconcelos, M. H.; Yáñez-Mó, M.; Yliperttula, M. L.; Zarovni, N.; Zavec, A. B.; Giebel, B. (American Chemical Society, 2016-03)
      Recent research has demonstrated that all body fluids assessed contain substantial amounts of vesicles that range in size from 30 to 1000 nm and that are surrounded by phospholipid membranes containing different membrane ...
    • In vitro and in vivo immunomodulatory effects of extracellular vesicles 

      Şahin, Mehmet (Bilkent University, 2013)
      The major theme of this thesis was to characterize and understand the immunomodulatory potential of extracellular vesicles (EVs) isolated from different mouse and human cell lines on immune cells. To this end, we first ...