Gulnaz Tatlici

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Cryptochromes (CRYs) are a class of flavoprotein blue-light signaling receptors found in plants and animals, and they control plant development and the entrainment of circadian rhythms. They also act as integral parts of the central circadian oscillator in humans and other animals. In mammals, the CLOCK-BMAL1 heterodimer activates transcription of the Per(More)
Twenty-eight synovial effusions (SE) were obtained from 24 patients, paired samples of peripheral blood (PB) from 10 of these patients, and PB from 36 healthy individuals for analysis of CD146 on T-lymphocytes by flow cytometry. CD146+ or CD146- T-lymphocytes were sorted from three SE to study gene expression profiles and selected genes revalidated using(More)
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