Celal Bayar University,
Faculty of Science and Arts,
Dept. of Biology,
Sect. 45030, Manisa-TURKEY.
- I'm a researcher who working on glycobiology, is the study on the structure, function and biology of carbohydrate molecules, also called glycans.
- This growing research field in biology is relevant with many biology-based researches including biomedicine, biotechnology and other omics.
- The glycan structures have many functional properties in cell biology such as cell-cell and cell-pathogen interactions.
- At this point, my main research area contains the possible relations between programmed cell death types and cell surface glycan alterations during the embryonic development.
- We found that glycosylation patterns of developing thymocytes are altered throughout the developmental process.
- With the our lectin blotting results, I consider that these differences of glycosylation may be related with glycosylation status of CD43 and CD45, receptors for galectin-1, a Î²-galactoside-binding protein that is produced by thymic epithelial cells and binds to oligosaccharides on thymocytes and induce cell death
Professional Affiliations and Services:
- Ad-hoc Reviewer
- African Journal of Biotechnology
- Cell Biochemistry & Function
- Pamukkale Medical Journal
- Turkish Biology Journal
- Fish and Shellfish Immunology
- Molecular Reproduction and Development
- Archives of Biological Sciences
- Suleyman Demirel University Scientific Journal
- Frontiers in Natural Product Chemistry
- The Society of Molecular cancer Research (MOKAD)
- The European Association for Cancer Research (EACR)
- Cell-Death Society (HÃ–AD)