1. Drosophila Sugar Receptors in Sweet Taste Perception, Olfaction, and Internal Nutrient Sensing

    Current Biology 25(5):621 (2015) PMID 25702577

    Identification of nutritious compounds is dependent on expression of specific taste receptors in appropriate taste-cell types [1]. In contrast to mammals, which rely on a single, broadly tuned heterodimeric sugar receptor [2], the Drosophila genome harbors a small subfamily of eight, c...
  2. Drosophila sugar receptors in sweet taste perception, olfaction, and internal nutrient sensing.

    Current Biology 25(5):621 (2015) PMID 25702577

    Identification of nutritious compounds is dependent on expression of specific taste receptors in appropriate taste-cell types [1]. In contrast to mammals, which rely on a single, broadly tuned heterodimeric sugar receptor [2], the Drosophila genome harbors a small subfamily of eight, closely rel...
  3. Predicting sumoylation sites using support vector machines based on various sequence features, conformational flexibility and disorder.

    BMC Genomics 15 Suppl 9:S18 (2014) PMID 25521314 PMCID PMC4240679

    Sumoylation, which is a reversible and dynamic post-translational modification, is one of the vital processes in a cell. Before a protein matures to perform its function, sumoylation may alter its localization, interactions, and possibly structural conformation. Abberations in protein sumoylatio...
  4. Predicting sumoylation sites using support vector machines based on various sequence features, conformational flexibility and disorder.

    BMC Genomics 15 Suppl 9:S18 (2014) PMID 25521314 PMCID PMC4290605

    Sumoylation, which is a reversible and dynamic post-translational modification, is one of the vital processes in a cell. Before a protein matures to perform its function, sumoylation may alter its localization, interactions, and possibly structural conformation. Abberations in protein sumoylatio...
  5. Predicting sumoylation sites using support vector machines based on various sequence features, conformational flexibility and disorder.

    BMC Genomics 15 Suppl 9:S18 (2014) PMID 25521314

    Sumoylation, which is a reversible and dynamic post-translational modification, is one of the vital processes in a cell. Before a protein matures to perform its function, sumoylation may alter its localization, interactions, and possibly structural conformation. Abberations in protein sumoylatio...
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  6. Predicting sumoylation sites using support vector machines based on various sequence features, conformational flexibility and disorder.

    BMC Genomics 15 Suppl 9:S18 (2014) PMID 25521314 PMCID PMC4240679

    Sumoylation, which is a reversible and dynamic post-translational modification, is one of the vital processes in a cell. Before a protein matures to perform its function, sumoylation may alter its localization, interactions, and possibly structural conformation. Abberations in protein sumoylatio...
  7. Predicting sumoylation sites using support vector machines based on various sequence features, conformational flexibility and disorder.

    BMC Genomics 15 Suppl 9:S18 (2014) PMID 25521314 PMCID PMC4290605

    Sumoylation, which is a reversible and dynamic post-translational modification, is one of the vital processes in a cell. Before a protein matures to perform its function, sumoylation may alter its localization, interactions, and possibly structural conformation. Abberations in protein sumoylatio...
  8. Predicting sumoylation sites using support vector machines based on various sequence features, conformational flexibility and disorder.

    BMC Genomics 15 Suppl 9:S18 (2014) PMID 25521314

    Sumoylation, which is a reversible and dynamic post-translational modification, is one of the vital processes in a cell. Before a protein matures to perform its function, sumoylation may alter its localization, interactions, and possibly structural conformation. Abberations in protein sumoylatio...
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  9. Predicting sumoylation sites using support vector machines based on various sequence features, conformational flexibility and disorder.

    BMC Genomics 15 Suppl 9:S18 (2014) PMID 25521314 PMCID PMC4240679

    Sumoylation, which is a reversible and dynamic post-translational modification, is one of the vital processes in a cell. Before a protein matures to perform its function, sumoylation may alter its localization, interactions, and possibly structural conformation. Abberations in protein sumoylatio...
  10. A genetic tool kit for cellular and behavioral analyses of insect sugar receptors.

    Fly 8(4):189 (2014) PMID 25984594

    Arthropods employ a large family of up to 100 putative taste or gustatory receptors (Grs) for the recognition of a wide range of non-volatile chemicals. In Drosophila melanogaster, a small subfamily of 8 Gr genes is thought to mediate the detection of sugars, the fly's major nutritional source. ...
  11. Association between endothelial nitric oxide synthase intron 4a/b polymorphism and aortic dissection.

    Turk Kardiyoloji Dernegi arsivi : Turk Kardiyol... 42(1):55 (2014) PMID 24481096

    The genetic risk factors that contribute to the risk of developing aortic dissection (AD) have been studied. We assessed the association of endothelial nitric oxide synthase (eNOS) gene polymorphism with AD. Patients who underwent surgery with the diagnosis of AD and survived after the operation...
  12. The molecular basis of sugar sensing in Drosophila larvae.

    Current Biology 23(15):1466 (2013) PMID 23850280 PMCID PMC4294765

    Evaluation of food chemicals is essential to make appropriate feeding decisions. The molecular genetic analysis of Gustatory receptor (Gr) genes and the characterization of the neural circuits that they engage has led to a broad understanding of taste perception in adult Drosophila [1, 2]. For e...
  13. The molecular basis of sugar sensing in Drosophila larvae.

    Current Biology 23(15):1466 (2013) PMID 23850280

    Evaluation of food chemicals is essential to make appropriate feeding decisions. The molecular genetic analysis of Gustatory receptor (Gr) genes and the characterization of the neural circuits that they engage has led to a broad understanding of taste perception in adult Drosophila [1, 2]. For e...
  14. The Molecular Basis of Sugar Sensing inDrosophilaLarvae

    Current Biology 23(15):1466 (2013)

    Evaluation of food chemicals is essential to make appropriate feeding decisions. The molecular genetic analysis of Gustatory receptor (Gr) genes and the characterization of the neural circuits that they engage has led to a broad understanding of taste perception in adult Drosophila [1,...
  15. The Molecular Basis of Sugar Sensing in Drosophila Larvae

    Current Biology 23(15):1466 (2013) PMID 23850280 PMCID PMC4294765

    Evaluation of food chemicals is essential to make appropriate feeding decisions. The molecular genetic analysis of Gustatory receptor (Gr) genes and the characterization of the neural circuits that they engage has led to a broad understanding of taste perception in adult Drosophila [1,...
  16. The molecular basis of sugar sensing in Drosophila larvae.

    Current Biology 23(15):1466 (2013) PMID 23850280 PMCID PMC4294765

    Evaluation of food chemicals is essential to make appropriate feeding decisions. The molecular genetic analysis of Gustatory receptor (Gr) genes and the characterization of the neural circuits that they engage has led to a broad understanding of taste perception in adult Drosophila [1, 2]. For e...
  17. Early and intermediate term results for surgical correction of total anomalous pulmonary venous connection.

    Journal Of Cardiac Surgery 27(3):376 (2012) PMID 22497245

    This retrospective study evaluated factors associated with mortality and morbidity in patients having functionally biventricular heart (FBH) and functionally univentricular heart (FUH) undergoing total anomalous pulmonary venous connection (TAPVC) repair. We reviewed medical records retrospectiv...
  18. Pre-operative use of anti-aggregants may reduce atrial fibrillation development rate during coronary bypass surgery.

    Anadolu Kardiyoloji Dergisi/The Anatolian Journ... 12(1):84 (2012) PMID 22231946

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  19. [Molecular characterization of Babesia bovis msa-2c gene].

    Turkish Journal of Parasitology 35(3):140 (2011) PMID 22203502

    This study was carried out to determine the molecular characterization of msa-2c gene of one Babesia bovis isolate from cattle in the Aegean Region and to compare identities with similar isolates from the World and Turkey. Between 2008-2010 blood samples were collected from a total of 235 cattle...
  20. [Molecular characterization of Babesia bovis msa-2c gene].

    PMID 22203502

    This study was carried out to determine the molecular characterization of msa-2c gene of one Babesia bovis isolate from cattle in the Aegean Region and to compare identities with similar isolates from the World and Turkey. Between 2008-2010 blood samples were collected from a total of 235 cattle...