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    • Bioactive supramolecular peptide nanofibers for regenerative medicine 

      Arslan, E.; Garip, I. C.; Gulseren, G.; Tekinay, A. B.; Guler, M. O. (Wiley, 2014-02-25)
      Recent advances in understanding of cell-matrix interactions and the role of the extracellular matrix (ECM) in regulation of cellular behavior have created new perspectives for regenerative medicine. Supramolecular peptide ...
    • Bioinspired materials for regenerative medicine and drug delivery applications 

      Hamsici, Seren (Bilkent University, 2016-11)
      The structural organization and functional capabilities of natural materials have inspired many technological and scientific developments. Biological systems are under constant pressure for innovation due to the constraints ...
    • 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 ...
    • Materials for articular cartilage regeneration 

      Tombuloglu, A.; Tekinay, A. B.; Guler, M. O. (Bentham Science Publishers B.V., 2012)
      Many health problems remaining to be untreatable throughout the human history can be overcome by utilizing new biomedical materials. Healing cartilage defects is one of the problems causing significant health issue due to ...
    • Microscopic characterization of peptide nanostructures 

      Mammadov R.; Tekinay, A. B.; Dana, A.; Guler, M. O. (2012)
      Peptide-based nanomaterials have been utilized for various applications from regenerative medicine to electronics since they provide several advantages including easy synthesis methods, numerous routes for functionalization ...
    • 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, ...
    • Self-assembled one-dimensional soft nanostructures 

      Toksoz, S.; Acar, H.; Guler, M. O. (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2010)
      The self-assembly process is a bottom-up approach and is the spontaneous aggregation of many different subunits into well-defined functional structures with varying properties. Self-assembly is an attractive method to ...
    • Self-assembled peptide amphiphile nanofibers and PEG composite hydrogels as tunable ECM mimetic microenvironment 

      Goktas, M.; Cinar, G.; Orujalipoor, I.; Ide, S.; Tekinay, A. B.; Guler, M. O. (American Chemical Society, 2015)
      (Figure Presented). Natural extracellular matrix (ECM) consists of complex signals interacting with each other to organize cellular behavior and responses. This sophisticated microenvironment can be mimicked by advanced ...