Fluvastatin attenuates doxorubicin-induced testicular toxicity in rats by reducing oxidative stress and regulating the blood–testis barrier via mTOR signaling pathway
It is indicated that fluvastatin may have a protective and therapeutic effect by removing reactive oxygen species and by regulating the mTOR, connexin 43, and matrix metalloproteinase 9 protein and messenger ribonucleic acid expressions, which play an important role in regulating the blood–testis barrier.
Evaluation of skin permeation and anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects of new naproxen microemulsion formulations.
Viper venom induced inflammation with Montivipera xanthina (Gray, 1849) and the anti-snake venom activities of Artemisia absinthium L. in rat.
Deciphering the biochemical similarities and differences among mouse embryonic stem cells, somatic and cancer cells using ATR-FTIR spectroscopy.
- Günnur Güler, Eda Acikgoz, N. K. Karabay Yavasoglu, Buket Bakan, E. Goormaghtigh, H. Aktug
- BiologyIn Analysis
- 26 March 2018
Improved understanding of both similarities and differences in the cellular mechanisms among the cancer, normal and mESCs is crucial to develop a potential clinical relevance, and ATR-FITR can be successfully used as a novel approach to gain new insights into the stem cell and cancer research.
Synthesis, characterization and toxicity assessment of a new polymeric nanoparticle, l-glutamic acid-g-p(HEMA).
Antimicrobial and antioxidant activities with acute toxicity, cytotoxicity and mutagenicity of Cystoseira compressa (Esper) Gerloff & Nizamuddin from the coast of Urla (Izmir, Turkey)
Investigations indicate that brown alga C. compressa is a natural source of antioxidant and has moderate antimicrobial activities with no toxicity.
In vivo performance of different scaffolds for dental pulp stem cells induced for odontogenic differentiation.
- Cigdem Atalayin, H. Tezel, T. Dağcı, N. K. Karabay Yavasoglu, G. Oktem, T. Kose
- Biology, Materials ScienceBrazilian Oral Research
- 28 November 2016
PLDL and PDL seemed to be promising scaffold candidates for odontogenic regeneration at least as HA-TCP, when they were applied with the DPSC induced for odentogenic differentiation.
Composition and antimicrobial activity of the essential oils of Achillea nobilis L. subsp. sipylea and subsp. neilreichii
- C. Karamenderes, N. K. Karabay Yavasoglu, U. Zeybek
- BiologyChemistry of Natural Compounds
- 1 September 2007
The chemical composition of the essential oils of A. nobilis subspecies showed a broad spectrum of antimicrobial activity and may partially support the use of these medicinal plants as traditional remedies for wound treatment.
Evaluation of antimicrobial properties of Achillea L. flower head extracts
The study has shown that several Achillea species possess antibacterial activity, which may yield novel antibacterial compounds with potential use as phytotherapeutics.
Apoptosis-inducing activity of safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.) seed oil in lung, colorectal and cervix cancer cells
SFO, as a natural resource, has the potential to be used as a promising agent against cancer, especially in gene therapy level and is noteworthy that although cancer cells have different sensitivity, SFO induced apoptosis through different pathways.