The potential impact of recent developments in three-dimensional quantitative interaction proteomics on structural biology

Tunçbağ, Nurcan
Keskin, Ozlem


Results on characterizations of plateaued functions in arbitrary characteristic
Mesnager, Sihem; Özbudak, Ferruh; Sınak, Ahmet (2016-01-01)
Bent and plateaued functions play a significant role in cryptography since they can have various desirable cryptographic properties. In this work, we first provide the characterizations of plateaued functions in terms of the moments of their Walsh transforms. Next, we generalize the characterizations of Boolean bent and plateaued functions in terms of their second-order derivatives to arbitrary characteristic. Moreover, we present a new characterization of plateaued functions in terms of fourth power moment...
Using functional diversity components to describe phytoplankton community assembly processes in Turkish shallow lakes
Acar, Vildan; Beklioğlu, Meryem; Department of Biology (2022-4-22)
The recent increase in biodiversity loss due to various anthropogenic effects makes it crucial to understand the relationship between biodiversity and ecosystem functioning for the conservation and preservation of ecosystems. Clasically, biodiversity and ecosystem functioning studies use species diversity as a measure of biodiversity, but functional diversity has been shown in some cases to better explain and predict ecosystem-level processes. In this study, we investigated the role of dispersal, environmen...
Comparison of turbulence model and wall function couplings for simulating scour
Şentürk, Barış Ufuk; Baykal, Cüneyt; Department of Civil Engineering (2022-1-19)
In this study, the scouring of bed material at the rear side of a rubble mound coastal revetment due to the overtopping of solitary-like waves is numerically studied using a coupled hydrodynamic and morphological computational fluid dynamics model. The major purpose of this thesis study is to investigate the performances of different turbulence model and wall function couplings on the hydrodynamic and morphological results. In the first part of this study, hydrodynamic simulations are performed, and the res...
The effect of crosslinking on thermal inactivation of cellulases
Bilen, J; Bakir, U (1998-04-22)
Cellulase complex was crosslinked by using three different crosslinkers, dimethyl suberimidate (DMS), dimethyl adipimidate (DMA) and dimethyl-3-3'-dithiobispropionimidate (DTBP) and their effects on thermal inactivation were investigated. These reagents are all homobifunctional bisimidoesters having different crosslinking distances and crosslink only amino groups to each other. No significant activity loss was observed due to crosslinking with none of the crosslinkers used. In general, DMA and DTBP crosslin...
GURKAN, AA; KASNAKOGLU, H (1991-06-01)
The present study is an attempt to explain the variations in the extent of protection provided to the producers of four selected agricultural crops in Turkey by a set of independent variables representing various economic and political events of the 1962–1983 period. The economic variables were selected in order to assess the divergence between the intentions of the policy makers and their actions as reflected in the level of support actually provided; while the political variables were chosen to assess the...
Citation Formats
N. Tunçbağ, O. Keskin, and R. NUSSINOV, “The potential impact of recent developments in three-dimensional quantitative interaction proteomics on structural biology,” EXPERT REVIEW OF PROTEOMICS, pp. 447–449, 2016, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: