Mesut Muyan

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mmuyan@metu.edu.tr
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Department of Biology
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A CpG island promoter drives the CXXC5 gene expression
Yasar, Pelin; Kars, Gizem; Yavuz, Kerim; Ayaz, Gamze; Oguztuzun, Cerag; Bilgen, Ecenaz; Suvaci, Zeynep; Cetinkol, Ozguel Persil; Can, Tolga; Muyan, Mesut (2021-08-01)
CXXC5 is a member of the zinc-finger CXXC family that binds to unmethylated CpG dinucleotides. CXXC5 modulates gene expressions resulting in diverse cellular events mediated by distinct signaling pathways. However, the mec...
Dynamic transcriptional events mediated by estrogen receptor alpha
Ayaz, Gamze; Yasar, Pelin; Olgun, Çağla Ece; Karakaya, Burcu; Kars, Gizem; Razizadeh, Negin; Yavuzl, Kerim; Turan, Gizem; Muyan, Mesut (Frontiers in Bioscience, 2019-01-01)
17beta-estradiol (E2), the main circulating estrogen hormone, is involved in a wide variety of physiological functions ranging from the development to the maintenance of many tissues and organs. The effects of E2 on cells ...
Functional charecterization of CXXC type zinc figer protein 5
Muyan, Mesut (null; 2018-04-01)
Estrogen signaling and breast cancer
Muyan, Mesut (null; 2018-04-01)
MAZ (MYC Associated Zinc Finger Protein)
Muyan, Mesut (2017-11-01)
SNW1 (SNW domain containing 1)
Olgun, Çağla Ece; Muyan, Mesut (2017-08-01)
GRHL2 (grainyhead like transcription factor 2)
Muyan, Mesut (2017-08-01)
Towards proteomic analysis of YPEL2 interacting partners identified with proximity dependent biotinylation
Olgun, Çağla Ece; Tunçbağ, Nurcan; Muyan, Mesut (null; 2017-06-24)
Assessing putative protein partners of selectedestrogen responsive gene products by a yeast-two-hybrid approach
Olgun, Çağla Ece; Muyan, Mesut (2017-06-24)
Protein interaction approaches to assign a function for an estrogen responsive gene protein: CXXC5
Muyan, Mesut (null; 2017-06-24)
Estradiol (E2), the main estrogen hormone in circulation, is involved in the physiological regulation of many organs and tissues, including mammary tissue. E2 also plays a critical role in the initiation and development ...
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