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    • 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 ...
    • Bright White-Light Emitting Manganese and Copper Co-Doped ZnSe Quantum Dots 

      Panda, S. K.; Hickey, S. G.; Demir, H. V.; Eychmuller, A. (Wiley, 2011)
      Doubly doped quantum dots with highly efficient (17 %) white-light emission (WLE) have been directly synthesized using a one-pot hot-injection technique (see picture). The generation of WLE was due to the judicious ...
    • Coupled thermally general imperfect and mechanically coherent energetic interfaces subject to in-plane degradation 

      Esmaeili, A.; Steinmann, P.; Javili, A. (Mathematical Sciences Publishers, 2017)
      To date, the effects of interface in-plane damage on the thermomechanical response of a thermally general imperfect (GI) and mechanically coherent energetic interface are not taken into account. A thermally GI interface ...
    • Fabrication of mesoporous metal chalcogenide nanoflake silica thin films and spongy mesoporous CdS and CdSe 

      Türker, Y.; Karakaya, C.; Dag, Ö. (Wiley Online Library, 2012-02-16)
      Mesoporous silica metal oxide (ZnO and CdO) thin films have been used as metal ion precursors to produce the first examples of mesoporous silica metal sulfide (mesoSiO2@ZnS, meso-SiO2@CdS) or silica metal selenide ...
    • Glucose sensors based on electrospun nanofibers: a review 

      Senthamizhan, A.; Balusamy, B.; Uyar T. (Springer Verlag, 2016)
      The worldwide increase in the number of people suffering from diabetes has been the driving force for the development of glucose sensors. The recent past has devised various approaches to formulate glucose sensors using ...
    • Nanomaterials for medicine 

      Güler, Mustafa O.; Tekinay, Ayşe B. (John Wiley & Sons, 2016-03-11)
      Nanomaterials with controlled physical, chemical, and biological characteristics can be used for the therapy of the specific causes of the diseases. There are several ways to develop new materials in nanometer scale. Mainly, ...
    • Nanomaterials for neural regeneration 

      Sever, Melike; Mammadov, Büşra; Geçer, Mevhibe; Güler, Mustafa O.; Tekinay, Ayşe B. (John Wiley & Sons, 2016-03-11)
      The central nervous system (CNS) consists of a dense network of cells leaving a smaller volume for the extracellular matrix (ECM) components (10‐20% for the brain unlike most other tissues (Cragg, 1979)). The reaction of ...
    • Organically modified silica based nanomaterials for functional surfaces 

      Budunoğlu, Hülya (Bilkent University, 2012)
      Organically modified silicas (ormosils) are unique materials due to their combined properties achieved from organics and inorganics. Ormosils contain at least one non-hydrolysable organic groups which results in a decrease ...
    • Self-assembled peptide nanofiber templated ALD growth of TiO2 and ZnO semiconductor nanonetworks 

      Garifullin, R.; Eren, H.; Ulusoy, T. G.; Okyay, A., K.; Biyikli, N.; Guler, M. O. (Wiley - V C H Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, 2016)
      Here peptide amphiphile (PA) nanofiber network is exploited as a three‐dimensional soft template to construct anatase TiO2 and wurtzite ZnO nanonetworks. Atomic layer deposition (ALD) technique is used to coat the organic ...
    • Self-assembled peptide nanostructures for functional materials 

      Ekiz, M. S.; Cinar, G.; Khalily, M. A.; Guler M. O. (Institute of Physics Publishing, 2016)
      Nature is an important inspirational source for scientists, and presents complex and elegant examples of adaptive and intelligent systems created by self-assembly. Significant effort has been devoted to understanding these ...
    • Self-assembled peptide template directed synthesis of one-dimensional inorganic nanostructures and their applications 

      Acar, Handan (Bilkent University, 2012)
      Engineering at the nano scale has been an active area of science and technology over the last decade. Inspired by nature, synthesis of functional inorganic materials using synthetic organic templates constitutes the theme ...
    • Self-assembly of bacterial amyloid protein nanomaterials on solid surfaces 

      Onur, T.; Yuca, E.; Olmez, T. T.; Seker U.O.S. (Academic Press, 2018)
      Hypothesis: Amyloid-forming biofilm proteins of Escherichia coli, namely CsgA and CsgB, can form self-assembled nanofibers on solid surfaces. These proteins can be programmed to form bio-nanomaterials for functional ...